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2012-06-27 23:37:37
R. P. F. Felicis
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.
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl [Italy]
2012-06-26 09:55:47
Mystik, Pietismus - Arnold, Gottfried, Balthasar Köpke und Phil. Jacob Spener (Vorrede):
Frankfurt, Fritsch und Halle, Waysen-Haus (Waisenhaus) bzw. Halle, Chr. Salfeld, 1702 und 1700. 3 Bll., 645 S., 1 Bl., 44 Bll., 176, 143 S. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette (Pegasus). 8°. Pergament d. Z. mit hs. Rückentitel. Einband gering berieben und fleckig; 4 Bll. mit Fleck in der unteren Ecke; insgesamt gering gebäunt; alte Glosse auf Vorsatz; Privatstempel auf Titelei. Zu Arnold (1666-1714): Vorliegende Schrift entstand im Anschluß an sein Hauptwerk (Unparteiische Kirchen- und Ketzer-Historie. 1699-1700) und und ist ein "Wichtiges Werk, in dem es Arnold weniger um Kritik an der äußeren, institutionalisierten Kirche als vielmehr um eine systematische, historisch akkurate Darstellung der 'verborgenen' Kirche geht" (Dünnhaupt 333, 33.I). Eine Übertragung ins Deutsche, eigentlich eine völlige Neubearbeitung erschien 1703. Zu Köpke (1646-1711; pietistischer Theologe und Freund Speners): Es handelt sich um eine Streitschrift gegen Kritiker des Pietismus, insbesondere gegen den Danziger Pfarrer Friedrich Christian Bücher, der z. B. in seinem "Mysterium iniquitatis" (Danzig 1697) vom "pietistischen Fanatismus" spricht. VD17 1:0237689; weder Köpke noch Bücher bei Dünnhaupt. DE
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]
2012-06-25 20:17:03
LUDOLFUS, HIUB. -JOB LUDOLF. -THE FIRST ETHIOPIAN GRAMMAR.
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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-06-24 11:32:43
OVIDE) OVIDIUS NASO, Publius.
Amsterdam, apud Waesbergios, Boom & Goethals, 1702. 3 vol. in 8 de [XII]-832-[14]pp., 805-[10]pp., 810- [9]pp., reliures en plein vélin rigide de l'époque, dos lisses avec manuscrit à l'encre noire le nom de lauteur, le titre et le numéro de tomaison, chaque volume avec le titre gravé, volume II. avec quinze planches gravées et illustrées par Mulder à pleine page, chaque partie ayant son propre frontispice gravé, double filet et frises d'encadrement estampés sur les plats, fleurons losangés estampés au centre des plats, intérieur très frais, volumes très purs, bon et bel exemplaire. Ovide (43 avant Jésus Christ - 17 avant Jésus Christ), vécut durant l'emergence de l'empire romain. Il naquit un an après l'assassinat de César et assista à la phase de transformation de la république romaine en Empire sous le règne d'Auguste. Après des études de rhétorique, il abandonna une carrière administrative et juridique, se consacrant pleinement au metier d'écrivain, obtenant un grand succès avec ses différentes oeuvres: ''Les amours'', ''L'art d'aimer'' et ''Les remèdes de l'amour''. A l'âge de quarante ans il débuta l'écriture des ''Métamorphoses'', poème composé de 12 000 hexamètres en 16 livres, reprenant et s'inspirant des récits mythologiques grecs et romains. Ovide fut contraint à l'exil sur une petite île de la mer noire en Roumanie, pour des raisons d'ordre privé qui restent encore floues; sanctions du pouvoir conservateur sur un plan moral, contre l'auteur pour avoir écrit ''L'art d'aimer'', relation amoureuse prohibée d'Ovide avec une fille de l'Empereur ou bien que ce dernier … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti [Paris, France]
2012-06-23 03:54:05
Brown, Tom
London: 1702. Printed: 1702. 1663-1704 Octavo, 4.25 X 7 inches . First Edition A-R8, S4 (A34, Q4 incorrectly signed A4, A3, Y4, respectively) This copy is bound in ins original bords which have been nicly rebacked. This wonderfully amusing compilation is by the Grub Street writer Tom Brown, whose " favourite artifice was to indite letters from the dead to the living, an artifice which gave him the chance to ridicule "Tom" D'Urfey, "Joe" Harris the player, and even the great Dryden himself. The death of "the gallant Dundee" inspired him to imitate Cowley's pindarics, though, as he said himself, he was ill acquainted with that kind of writing, He suffered at once from excessive praise and ill-deserved blame. " In his apocryphal letter " From "Joseph HARRIS TO A FRIEND AT WILL'S COFFEE-HOUSE" He discusses in a sustained , all be it gilb, way the literary climate in the coffee houses including a discussion of Aphra Behn's philosophy of the 'fair sex' and " that man and women wewe in a dark blind cavern by themselves? "... Behn's position is further contrasted with that of Christina of Sweden, whose Letter "to the Women" appears in this volume. Letters from the Dead to the Living: The Virgin's [Mrs. Bracegirdle] Answer to Mrs. Behn. 'You upbraid me with a great discovery you chanc'd to make by peeping into the breast of an old friend of mine; if you give yourself but the trouble of examining an old poet's conscience, who went lately off the stage, and now takes up his lodgings in your territories, and I don't question but you'll there find Mrs. Behn writ as often in bl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Gray Bookseller [U.S.A.]
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2012-06-22 17:48:16
De Witt, Jan. Court, Pieter de la, (1618?-1685)
London : [s.n.], Printed in the Year MDCCII. [1702]. Provenance; bookplate of The Rt. Hon. Thomas Earle of Kinnoult. Viscount Dupplin Lord Hay of Kinfauns. Very good copy in the original full, tree calf. Professionally re-cased with the original and elaborately gilt-tooled and ruled spine and label laid-back; very impressively finished. Panels elaborately tooled in blindAn uncommonly good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 492 pages; Referenced by: Goldsmiths', 3864. Notes: Wrongly attributed to Jan de Witt; in fact by Pieter de la Court. Physical desc.: lvi, 492 p : port ; 20 cm. Notes: Translation of "Interest van Holland ofte grodnfen von Hollands welvaren . door v. d. H." Circulated in manuscript and published without his consent and with alterations and the addition of two important chapters (hoofdstukken) and part of another by Johan de Witt, 1662. Republished, enlarged and revised 1669 under title "Aanwysing der heilsame politike gronden en maximen van de republike van Holland," and in French as memoires de Jean de Witt." cf. Van der Aa, Biog. woordenb. III (1858) p. 787-789, and Fruin, R., Aandeel van de Witt aan het Interest van Holland, De Gids, 1865, II, 459. The verso of the half-title bears a portrait of Johan de Witt. Apparently printed by John Darby; the work is listed in an advertisement for 'Books printed by J. Darby' in Algernon Sidney's Discourses concerning government, 1704. Subject: Netherlands - Economic conditions. Netherlands - Foreign relations - 1648-1714. Other names: Court, Pieter de la, 1618?-1685. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Galway, Ireland]
2012-06-18 21:13:12
Nürnberg, Endter 1702.. 2°. 32 Bll., 948 S., 1 Bl., S. 951-1227, 10 Bll. Mit Kupfertit., 6 gest. Zwischentit., 1 blattgr. Textkupfer (Portr. Luthers u. seiner Familie) und 230 Textholzschn. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. Mit Blindpräg., 8 Messing-Eckbeschläge. 2 intakte Schließen. Etw. berieb. u. bestoßen. Alte hs. Einträge am Innendeckel, Kupfertit. u. Titelbl. m. hinterl. Randläsuren. Stellenw. gebräunt, wasserrand, kl. Randläsuren. Innendeckel m. alten hs. Eintragungen. WLB Bibelsammlung E 1028
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
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2012-06-16 16:29:31
Mather, Cotton:
London: Printed for Thomas Parkhurst, 1702.. Double-page engraved map of New England and New York. Without errata leaves, as usual. Folio. Expertly bound to style in 18th- century calf, spine gilt in six compartments with raised bands, brown morocco label in the second compartment, the others with overall repeat decoration in gilt, marbled endpapers. Expert restoration to title and map, else very good. Provenance: William Clarke (signature on title); Samuel Breck (signature on fly leaf). The first edition of what Howes calls the "most famous 18th century American book": a sentiment echoed by Streeter, who describes it as "the most famous American book of colonial times." Mather's opus is rightly considered an indispensable source for the history of New England in the 17th century, both for its biographies and its history of civil, religious, and military affairs. The seven books include: 1) the history and settlement of New England; 2) the lives of its governors and magistrates; 3) biographies of "Sixty Famous Divines"; 4) a history and roll of Harvard College; 5) a history of the Congregational Church in New England; 6) a record of the remarkable providences revealing God's direct influence in particular events in the colonies; and 7) the "War of the Lord" dealing with the devil, the Separatists, Familists, Antinomians, Quakers, clerical imposters, and the Indians. Much of the book's value rests in its incomparable wealth of detail regarding daily life in early colonial New England. David Hall has referred to it as "a mirror of the 1690s," the decade in which m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2012-06-13 14:28:06
OVID
Amsterdam: P. & J. Blaeu, Jawnsons of Walsberge, Boom, and Goethals, 1702. Amsterdam., P. & J. Blaeu, Jawnsons of Walsberge, Boom, and Goethals., 1702. Folio. 44.8 x 27.9 cm. Pp. [xii], 1-574. With engraved title-page and 122 beautiful engraved illustrations drawn and engraved mainly by Martin and Paul Bouche, and by Diebenbeke, M. Dolin, and others. Parallel text with the original Latin version and the French translation in prose, and extensive notes on the fables by the member to the Academie Francaise, Pierre Du-Ryer, Graesse, J.G.T. Nouveau Dictionnaire Bibliographique; Catalogue General des Livres Imprimes de la Bibliotheque Nationale, Vol. 128, p. 643. Bound in period style in full brown calf. Spine with raised bands and dark red morocco label lettered in gold. Covers in two tones, with multi-rule frames and intricate corner tools blind stamped. Exceptional condition with magnificent impressions of the engravings. This is Ovid's most influential work on the Renaissance. Ovidian influence on the English literary scene dates from Chaucer. Later on, Marlow, Spencer, Shakespeare and others were all indebted to him-either directly or through A. Golding's translation of The Metamorphoses, published between 1565 and 1567. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: L'Estampe Originale [United States]
2012-06-12 14:05:35
LE BRUYN, Cornelius (1652-1727/28) [or Le Brun]
London: printed for Jacob Tonson and Thomas Bennet, 1702. Folio. (13 3/16 x 8 1/2 inches). Engraved emblematic frontispiece, portrait of the author, 1 folding map, 96 plates (25 double-page, 17 folding), numerous illustrations. (Minor dampstaining extending from the top gutter margin, minor toning to plates). Expertly bound to style in contemporary calf, covers with a gilt ruled border, spine with raised bands in six compartments, morocco lettering piece in the second compartment, the others with a repeat overall decoration in gilt, marbled endpapers. First edition in English of this important illustrated account of travels in Turkey, the Holy Land and Egypt. In his first expedition of 1674, Dutch traveller Cornelius Le Bruyn remained in the Levant for seven years, travelling principally in Asia Minor, Syria, the Holy Land and Egypt. On his return, he published his Voyages au Levant in Dutch in 1698, in French in 1700 and in English (as here) in 1702. The text is made up of a mixture first-hand observations and information drawn from other sources, but the impressive images are all by the talented Le Bruyn: "The principal aim M. Bruyn had in publishing this work, was to give the world exact designs or draughts of the cities, places and edifices, which he met with on his travels; and herein he is very accurate, having drawn all his prospects upon the very place where he was" (Preface). The magnificent plates are among the best representations of the area from the late 17th century and include large-scale views of Smyrna, Alexandria, Rhodes, Bethlehem, Constantinople, Aleppo, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2012-06-09 15:24:36
CANAL D'ORLEANS - CANAL DE BRIARE). DE FER et INSELIN.
Paris: Danet, (ca 1702). Carte gravée sur cuivre en deux parties de 48 x 38 cm et 15,5 x 36,5 cm à la cuvette (dimensions de la feuille 68 x 43,5 cm). Trace de pliure au centre, quelques pâles rousseurs, autrement en très bon état. Belle carte détaillant dans la légende les soixante-cinq ouvrages d'art (écluses, ponts, ponts-tournants) du canal d'Orléans et les vingt-sept ouvrages (écluses, canaux de distribution) du canal de Briare, ainsi que l'historique de la construction de ces canaux. Sont également représentés les jetons ou mereaux fournis aux quelque douze mille ouvriers employés à la construction du Canal de Briare de 1606 à 1640 leur permettant d'obtenir leurs vivres (viande, vin et pain).
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE DES CARRÉS [Gennes, France]
2012-06-09 03:48:26
DARES PHRYGIUS ET DICTYS CRETENSIS.
Amstelaedami: Georgium Gallet, 1702. Sm. thick 4to. Contemp. full calf (hinges strengthened). Raised spine bands and contrasting morocco titling-label. With both full-page wood-engrv. plates including additional engrv. title-page representing Arion and the Dolphin surmounted by the arms of the Dauphin, and head & tail-piece illusts. Title-page printed in red/black ink. Complete with Index and Erratum leaf at end. Fine. NOTE: This legendary author was the chief source of mediaeval stories of the Trojan War.
Bookseller: Berkelouw Books [Berrima, NSW, Australia]
2012-06-08 15:58:07
HOLM, Thomas Campanius
Stockholm: Tryckt uti Kongl. boktr. hos Sal. Wankijfs änkia med egen bekostnad af J. H. Werner, 1702. 4to (188 x 145 mm).[16], 190, [1] pp. Additional engraved title, letterpress title printed in red and black and with woodcut printer's device, 2 engraved plates and 4 engraved maps (one fold-out), woodcut text illustrations, woodcut head- and tailpieces and fraktur initials. Errata leaf at end. (Nova Suecia map with small repair at fold, f. b4 with lower blank fore-corner restored, small stain to Q4, some discoloration intrinsic to paper throughout.) Contemporary Swedish(?) sprinkled calf over pasteboard, spine tooled in blind (extremities worn, joints split, front free endpaper clipped at top); morocco two-part pull-off case. Provenance: 18th-century ms. shelfmark on front pastedown, "D-f21"; from the library of Frank T. Siebert, noted American Indian collector (purchased from Lathrop Harper in 1945). First edition of the first and best printed account of New Sweden, the earliest colonial settlement in the Delaware River valley (covering parts of present-day Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey), established in 1638 at Fort Cristina, now Wilmington. The book contains valuable primary historical source material: Holm, who never traveled to America, based his account on notes left by his grandfather Johannes Campanius, chaplain of the Swedish colony from 1643 to 1648, on verbal accounts by his father, and on the relations of the engineer Peter Mårtensson Lindeström (or Linström) and other settlers. His narration of the capture of the territory by the Dutch in 1655 and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2012-06-06 11:41:30
Naude, G.,
Amsterdam : chez Jean Frederic Bernard 1702.. 470 Seiten 11x16, braunes Ldr der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung. GUTES FESTES EXEMPLAR, lediglich der Rücken mit einer minimalen Fehlstelle am oberen und einer kleinen Anplatzung am unteren Kapital, Besitzvermerk von alter Hand und 2-facher sauberer Bibliotheksstempel (Ex Libris De Cayrol ), das Frontispiz mit einer kleinen Randfehlstelle (außerhalb der Abbildung); der französische Gelehrte und Bibliothekar Gabriel Naude wurde insbesondere durch sein Werk "Advis pour dresser une bibliotheque" (Hinweis zum Aufbau einer Bibliothek) berühmt,, dem ersten französischen Handbuch des Bibliothekswesens. Die Magie, mit der er sich in seinen Werken beschäftigte, unterteilte er in weiße Magie (heilende, schützende), schwarze Magie (schadende), göttliche Magie und natürliche Magie, wobei er letzterer die Astronomie, die Chemie und weitere Wissenschaften unterordnete;
Bookseller: Antiquariat Im Baldreit
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2012-06-02 19:10:41
Raleigh, Sir Walter
London: W. Onley, Ralph Smith, 1702. Third edition. leather_bound. 19.5 x 13. cm. [A-Z8,a5,B-F8,G6,a*-b*8]. Lacks A2 following title page, prior to the "Publisher's Advertisement to the Reader." Rather sloppy binding instructions probably due to insertion of leaves from previous edition(s). Published under the auspices of Philip Raleigh, grandson to Walter Raleigh. One leaf of publisher adverts for Ralph Smith. Owner inked inscription dated 1895 free endpaper, book label. Interior contents generally clean, raised bands, red leather spine label, binding tight, corners worn. Contemporary Cambridge style calf rebacked. Very good.
Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Ardsley, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-05-23 19:17:15
Leocata Giuseppe D.
Bisagni, Catania, 1702. Dedicata al Molto illustre Signore, e Padrone mio osseruandisimo il Sigor D. Arcaloro Scammacca e Perna Barone della Bruca e Crisciunà, Regio Cavaliere dei Patritii Catanesi - in 8° - pp.pp 10nn + 830 - Pergamena - Testo in latino - Mancanza di quasi tutto il dorso. Fascicoli parzialmente slegati. Lievi restauri al margine superiore delle prime 7 carte con lievi mancaze all'angolo superiore. - Molto raro - Libro usato
Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl [San Gregorio di Catania, CT, Italy]
2012-05-17 10:25:15
NISBET, Alexander
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]
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books [Concord, MA, U.S.A.]
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2012-05-17 10:25:15
NISBET, Alexander
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]
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books [Concord, MA, U.S.A.]
2012-05-16 11:19:20
Le Clerc, Daniel.
Amsterdam; George Gallet. 1702. 8" x 6". 3 volumes in 1. [12] + 275pp + frontis and 5 plates, 3 foldg and 2 in their brown state + 248pp+ 205pp + [31]pp Table des Matieres. Remains of 2 catalogue entries stuck to ffep. Browning to prelims. Good hardback in spotted and dust soiled, contemporary, full vellum. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Elaine Beardsell (PBFA ) [HOLMFIRTH, United Kingdom]
2012-05-14 13:24:51
De Witt, Jan. Court, Pieter de la, (1618?-1685)
London : [s.n.], Printed in the Year MDCCII. [1702], 1702, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First. Full Book Title: The true interest and political maxims of the Republick of Holland and West-Friesland : In three parts. The First Treating of Liberty in General. Of Manufactures. Fisheries. Traffick. Navigation. Toleration of Religion. A General Naturalization... ...Freedom from Imposts. Impartial Justice; and Settling of Colonys. Part II. and III. Of a Free Navigation, and clearing the Seas. Of War and Peace. Of Treatys of Peace and Alliances, particularly with England, France and Spain. Provenance; bookplate of The Rt. Hon. Thomas Earle of Kinnoult. Viscount Dupplin Lord Hay of Kinfauns. Very good copy in the original full, tree calf. Professionally re-cased with the original and elaborately gilt-tooled and ruled spine and label laid-back; very impressively finished. Panels elaborately tooled in blindAn uncommonly good example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 492 pages; Referenced by: Goldsmiths', 3864. Notes: Wrongly attributed to Jan de Witt; in fact by Pieter de la Court. Physical desc.: lvi, 492 p : port ; 20 cm. Notes: Translation of "Interest van Holland ofte grodnfen von Hollands welvaren ... door v. d. H." Circulated in manuscript and published without his consent and with alterations and the addition of two important chapters (hoofdstukken) and part of another by Johan de Witt, 1662. Republished, enlarged and revised 1669 under title "Aanwysing der heilsame politike gronden en maximen van de republike van Holland," and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-05-08 14:23:31
DE FER, N
Grece Moderne ou Partie Meridionale de la Turquie en EuropeSmall scale, detailed map of Greece, the northern region of Crete, and the eastern coast of Asia Minor by French cartographer Nicholas de Fer.. A bordered title cartouche is in the lower left, and a small distance key is at the lower right corner. Accompanying text page in French is included with this listing.French cartographer, geographer, engraver and publisher Nicholas De Fer (1646-1720) took over the business begun by his father Antoine De Fer.  Nicholas was a prolific publisher of maps and was appointed Geographer to the King.  Among his works are several atlases: France Triomphante in 1693, Forces de L'Europe 1696, Atlas Curieux 1705 and Atlas Royal.DE FER, NParis, 1702235 x 374.6 mmOutline colorArea of discoloration along bottom margin and bottom right corner and top left corner. Very small, barely noticeable, paper loss along bottom left corner paper edge.
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2012-04-25 17:13:23
Pascoli Alessandro
per Andrea Poletti, in Venezia, 1702. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena, brunita, con titolo ms. al ds. (restauri marginali ai piatti). Ingialliture, aloni e ondulazioni per sofferta umidità, soprattutto nelle carte finali. Prima edizione di tutte e tre le opere dell illustre medico perugino con dissertazioni sul sonno, sui sogni, sulla fame e la sete. Per la prima opera, cfr. Riccardi, I, 248. La second e la terza in Blake, p. 339. l Autore (1669-1757), professore di medicina e anatomia a Roma fu fisiatra del Pontefice. 4to (cm. 19,3), 10 cc.nn., 96 pp. (segue) Osservazioni teoriche e pratiche di medicina., ibidem, 62 pp., 1 c.nn. (segue) Delle febbri teorica e pratica secondo il nuovo sistema. si aggiungono in fine alcuni Discorsi in forma di lettere., ibidem 1701, 12 cc.nn., 232 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2012-04-24 20:09:21
OVIDIUS NASO, PUBLIUS. (OVID.).
Amsterdam, Waesbergios, Boom, & Goethals, 1702. 8vo. Bound in 3 nice contemp. full vellum with gilt lettering. Marbled edges. 3 engraved frontispieces, 1 engraved portrait and 12 engraved plates. Dibdin II, p. 267. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2012-04-14 22:55:13
LA BIGOTIÈRE (René de Perchambault de)
, Rennes, Veuve Pierre Garnier 1702, in-4, plein veau brun d'époque lég. restauré aux gardes, dos à 5 nerfs, tit. doré sur pc. maroquin bordeaux, double filets dorés soulignant les nerfs, tr. mouchetée, ex-libris manuscrit d'époque et ex-libris moderne imprimé en contre plat int., (rares rousseurs et piqûres, 1 mouillure en marge sur les 30 derniers ff.), très bel exemplaire, 10ff.-816p.-13 ff.
Bookseller: La Mémoire du Droit (Librairie - Edition - Expertise) [France, Paris]
2012-04-03 03:59:31
Vergil, Polydore
printed and are to be sold by Edw. Poole, London. Pp. [i]-[xvi], 1-44, 35-159, [4, ads]. 1 vols. 12mo. Necromancy, Paper, Ointments, and Knitting. Polydore Vergil's De Inventoribus Rerum, first published in Venice in 1499, and incessantly reprinted - in the 16th century with an altogether different English abridgement; in this form, with an introduction signed I.H. [John Harris], it was first issued in 1686. The text is complete despite the irrgular pagination.An interesting dictionary of the origins and explanations of all manner of human activities, including the Appendix of "Rare Inventions, peculiarly attributed to England & English-men" ESTCT 182511; for the 1702 edition, OCLC records only a digital facsimile of original in the Bodleian Twentieth century quarter brown morocco and cloth boards, retaining an early nineteenth century ownership signature of "Thomas Lovatt His Book 1800" Pp. [i]-[xvi], 1-44, 35-159, [4, ads]. 1 vols. 12mo [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-03-31 16:13:44
Optatus, episcopus Milevitanus.
Antverpiae., G. Gallet, praefectum typographiae Huguetanorum., 1702. 38 x 25 cms, Title in red and black, with emblematic engraved vignet, (xii), xlviii, 387 pages. Engraved folding map of ( north ) Africa by G. de L'Isle. ( with repaired tears on folds ). Some spots. Late 19th century boards. KEYWORDS: church history. Africa North.
Bookseller: antiquariaat de rijzende zon [Netherlands]
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2012-03-26 14:56:56
GREGORY, David.
E Theatro Sheldoniano. Oxoniae First edition. Folio, 1702. pp. (xii), 494, (ii). Engraved title vignette, numerous woodcut text diagrams. Contemporary panelled calf, rubbed and worn along the spine edges and corners, but internally crisp, a nice copy with the gilt stamp of the REVEREND JOHN PHELIPPS, Vicar of Yeovil (1756-1766), on the front board, earlier names in ms. on the front end-paper - JOHN LOCKTON 1702 and THOS. FOULIES ? 1725. A note gives the cost of the book, £1.3s.4d. and its value in 1730 - £1.10s. *BABSON Catalogue #71; GRAY #87. See DNB - 'It was the first textbook composed on gravitational principles, and remodelling astronomy in conformity with physical theory. Newton thought highly of it, and communicated for insertion in it (p.332-336 Lunae Theoria Newtoniana) his 'lumar theory', long the guide of practical astronomers in determining the Moon's motions. The discusssion in the Preface, in which the doctrine of gravitation was brought into credit on the score of its antiquity, likewise emanated from Newton.' DAVID GREGORY [1661-1708], brilliant young Professor of Astronomy at Edinburgh, was one of Newton's closest friends and associates. At the time of publication, he was Savillian Professor of Astronomy at Oxford and FRS. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Patrick Pollak Rare Books ABA ILAB [SOUTH BRENT, DEVON, United Kingdom]
2012-03-25 14:26:34
Paris], DUPLESSIS (Claude), BERROYER (Claude) et LAURIÈRE (Eusèbe-Jacques de)
Paris Nicolas Gossselin 1702. , 2 t. en 1 vol. in-folio, pl. veau brun moucheté, tit. doré sur dos à 6 nerfs, caissons richement ornés de motifs floraux, dentelles et double filet doré encadrant, dentelle dorée sur coupes, tr. rouge, cul-de-lampe, vignettes, lettrines, impression à grande marges, (plats frottés avec épidermures, coiffes accidentées, coupes et coins émoussés avec mq., première p. avant-tit. trouée), intérieur très frais, [14ff.]-116-53-26-74-138-44-72-18-12-16-188-127p.
Bookseller: La Memoire du Droit [PARIS, France]
2012-03-08 13:03:16
Thomas Aquitanis ; D'Aquin (Saint); Aquino Thomas
Anisson & Posuel, Lyon, Lugduni 1702 - 3 parties en 4 tomes reliés en 1 volume. F.t., titre, 6 ff.n.c., 264 pp., titre, 3 ff.n.c., 264 pp., titre, 5 ff.n.c., 396 pp., titre, 5 ff.n.c., 444-20 pp. + 49 feuillets d'index, texte sur 2 colonnes, ex-libris manuscrit". Abbatiae Sti antonii" (Dauphiné), pages de faux-titre et de titre de la 1ère partie froissées avec déchirure sans manque (restaurations). 1 volumes. Reliure pleine basane, dos partiellement restauré, coins émoussés.
Bookseller: de KunstBurg [Belgium]
2012-03-06 16:27:39
Optatus, Saint (Dupin, Louis Ellies, ed.)
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.
Bookseller: Unsworth's Antiquarian Booksellers
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2012-03-04 12:23:25
Krauss J.U.
Augsburg, J.U. Krauss, 1702, in-8, legatura coeva in piena pelle (leggere mancanze), pp. da 7 a 188 di testo, precedute da 185 tavv. incise in rame (su 188: mancano le tavv. n. 20, 128 e 188). Mancano anche le prime 3 carte di testo. Venduto come raccolta di tavole. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2012-02-24 16:19:49
Wallis, John, 1616-1703
Oxford: Lichfield 1702 - Typis Leon. Lichfield: impensis Geo. West, Joh. Crosley, Hen. Clements, & Ant. Peisley [8],224,229-260,[2],261-313,[1]p., 8vo., Text is continuous despite the pagination, full calf, recent reback, spine with five raised bands, contrasting red label and gilt title, original leather covered boards with panel design, monasterial stamp on title page and lower endpaper, attractive bookplate on front pastedown for the Teston Library, endpapers browned and stained, otherwise clean copy and text bright. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Celsus Books
2012-02-06 16:07:04
Ott, Christoph, SJ.
Dillingen, Johann Caspar Bencard, 1702. (7), 21, 533, (59) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz. Mit gest. Frontispiz. (Dabei, mit eigenem Titel:) Ders. Unvergleichliche Ehren-Cron, welche der römischen catholischen Kirchen in disem sibenzehenden Welt-Gang auß allen vier Theilen der Welt, ala Europa, Asia, Africa und America, durch ihr Bekehrung zu dem catholischen Glauben vil gecrönte, als kayserliche, königliche, churfürstliche, fürstliche, und andere hochachtbare Persohnen auffgesetzt haben. Ebd., 1702. (2), 19, (1) SS. Pergamentband der Zeit mit verblaßtem hs. Rückentitel. Bindebänder fehlen. 4to. Dritte Ausgabe des vom Freiburger Jesuiten Ott (geb. 1612) verfaßten Papstbuchs (EA 1676). Der Anhang mit eigenständigem Titelblatt (erstveröffentlicht in der Ausgabe 1686) verzeichnet berühmte Konvertiten. - Kapitale leicht lädiert, Ecken teils etwas bestoßen, Hinterdeckel mit kl. Fehlstellen im Bezug. Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig (vereinzelt stärker). Das hübsche Frontispiz vom Augsburger Stecher Leonhard Heckenauer (II.), Schüler B. Kilians d. J. (vgl. Thieme/Becker XVI, 210), zeigt Christus im Paradiesgarten, an dessen Hecke ein Engel die Ungeheuer der Tyrannei, der Häresie, der Unfrömmigkeit und des Schismas abwehrt. De Backer/Sommervogel VI, 5f., 10. Jöcher/Adelung V, 1276, 8. ADB XXIV, 551.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-02-06 15:04:32
Mandey, Venturus
London: Printed for the Author, 1702. Book Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. Scarce book, translated from the 3rd Latin edition. In contemporary full-leather panel binding, which has some wear and rubbing, joints starting but both boards firmly attached; wear to head and tail of spine and to corners. Internally clean, age-toning to pages and several pages browned perhaps due to inferior paper stock, bookplate to front pastedown, lacks rear free endpaper. Five folding copper plates, which are worn to edges and with some tears, but all complete, apart from one which lacks half the plate beyond the second fold. Frontispiece portrait of the author. [xii] + 787 pages.
Bookseller: Scarthin Books ABA, ILAB. [Cromford, United Kingdom]
2012-02-03 02:04:01
Florinus F. P. ( d.i. Franz Ph. v. Sulzbach Pfalzgraf bei Rhein)
- Humpert 8622 - Kress 4907 - NDB 5, 255 - Lindner 11.617.01.- Erste Ausgabe der Fortsetzung (Bd. 1 erschien 1702) dieses herausragenden Werkes der Hausväterliteratur. - "Das Werk des Florinus repräsentiert die nächste Generation nach Hohberg und seinen 'Georgica curiosa' von 1682, die von Florinus stark benutzt, ja stellenweise wörtlich übernommen wurden. Über Hohberg hinaus ist der F. das umfangreichste und am prunkvollsten ausgestattete Werk, der äußere Höhepunkt der deutschen Hausväterliteratur." (NDB). Deutlicher als seine Vorgänger wendet sich Florinus gegen den ländlichen Aberglauben und bereitet so den Übergang zur Literatur der Aufklärung vor. Der vorliegende Band beschreibt die Hofhaltung und Regierungskunst, den Bau und Unterhalt von Pracht- und Staatsgebäuden sowie von Lustgärten. Einen großen Umfang nehmen die Reitkunst sowie das Jagd- und Waidwerk ein.- Die Kupfer zeigen u.a. hübsche Jagd- und Dressurszenen, Gartenanlagen und Szenen aus der Hofhaltung sowie 2 doppelblattgroße Ansichten des Schlosses Salzthalen bei Braunschweig. - Anfang u. Portr. mit einigen kl. Wurmlöchern. N. a. Vortit. - Insgesamt ungewöhnlich gut erhaltenes und nahezu fleckenfreies Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller
2012-02-01 22:28:32
Jäger, Anna (d.i. Angelica Bihan).
Wegehaupt II, 1702; Horn/Arndt 478 (mit Abb.); Weiß 1759. - Äußerst dekoratives Kinder- und Puppenkochbuch ("prämiert auf der Kochkunstausstellung Berlin 1896"), dessen erste Auflage noch bei Metzler in Stuttgart erschienen war. Sehr liebevoll werden die kleinen (und kleinsten) Köchinnen in die Materie eingewiesen, wobei am Anfang ausführlich auf Grundtechniken wie das Abwiegen und allgemeine Küchenregeln eingegangen wird. Nach zahlreichen Koch- und Backrezepten, zwischen denen immer wieder Platz für eigene Ergänzungen gelassen wird, folgt noch ein Extrakapitel über "Haustöchterchens Puppenherdchen und -küche" (mit fotografischer Abb.), in dem Gerätschaften erklärt u. konkrete Kaufempfehlungen gegeben werden. - Schönes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Patzer & Trenkle [Konstanz, Germany]
2012-01-15 13:36:33
PENN, William, (1644-1718).:
London: Printed and Sold by T. Sowle in White-Hart, Court, in Gracious Street, 1702 . 0. True religion does not draw men out of the world but enables them to live better in it and excites their endeavors to mend it. - from No Cross, No Crown. 2 volumes bound as one. The sixth edition. A very good original full leather binding. 6.5" x 4" x 1.25" . 8vo. Irregular pagination, but it is complete: [28 pp.]/pp.224/[4pp.]/pp.142 [i.e. p.187]/[2pp. - Adverts]. Brown full calf, but curiously the boards do not match, and must have been repaired at some later date. Spine with 4 raised bands, hinges carefully strengthened and with the addition of a brown leather title label. Plaine endpapers. Both printed titles in double-ruled border. Second title after p.224. "...Containing An Account of the Living and Dying Sayings of Men..." . Clean text throughout. A well preserved book. Referenced by: ESTC T087174. Full title reads: "No cross, no crown : a discourse shewing the nature and discipline of the holy cross of Christ, and that the denyal of self and daily bearing of Christ's cross is the alone way to the rest and kingdom of God : to which are added the living and dying testimonies of divers persons of fame and learning in favour of this treatise by William Penn. ** " William Penn (October 14, 1644 – July 30, 1718) was an English real estate entrepreneur, philosopher, and founder and "absolute proprietor" of the Province of Pennsylvania, the English North American colony and the future U. S. State of Pennsylvania. He was an early champion of democracy and religious freedom, nota … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: CHILTON BOOKS [SUDBURY, United Kingdom]
2012-01-11 12:47:14
Bacon, Sir Francis
London: Printed for Benj. Tooke at the Middle-Temple Gate in Fleetstreet. M DCC II [1702]. First Edition. Hardcover. Contemporary calf rebacked with five raised bands on spine and spine lable bearing gilt titles, boards with gilt ruled borders and large gilt armorial to centre of both boards, boards recornered, gilt dentelles, aeg, marbled endpapers with bookplate on both front pastedown and ffep, engraved portrait of Bacon pasted to blank facing title page, internally clean and bright with good wide margins, short closed tear to foredge margin of leaves I4 & L4 not touching text. Lacks the dedication leaf which was canceled due to the death of William III before the publication of this work but does have the final errata and advertisement leaf. This copy from the small paper issue; ESTC N476823., Although best remembered for his contribution to 'natural philosophy', Francis Bacon (1561-1626) was an English statesman and philosopher, who served as both Solicitor General and Lord Chancellor. When James I ascended to the English crown in 1603 Bacon had already served as a Member of Parliament and as 'learned counsel' to Queen Elizabeth I. He prepared for the arrival of the new monarch with the publication of 'A Brief Discourse Touching the Happy Union of the Kingdoms of England and Scotland,' a tract supportive of James' desire to unite the two Kingdoms. Bacon was made Solicitor General in 1607 and thereafter was at or near the heart of James' administration, although high office was risky in a Jacobean administration and Bacon would be impeach … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: double B books
2011-12-22 11:19:26
Soeteboom, Hendrik.
Amsterdam; 1702 - ; Wilhem Linnig van Koppenol. 5 Parts in 2 volumes, 8vo. 2 Engraved frontispieces, 5 engraved title engravings, folded map and 22 engravings. Vellum, (12), 110, (12), 563, (25), (4), 32, (6), 199, (11), 254, (20), 176, (18) pp.Good copies. Nijfoff-Van Hattum 294. Bodel Nijenhuis 1700.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs [Netherlands]
2011-12-19 10:06:44
Matthiae, Christian (1584-1655).
- In quo quatuor monarchiæ magnæ. Omnesque reges & imperatores qui in illis regnarunt. Nova et artificiosa methodo describuntur, omniaque ad usum oeconomicum, politicum et ecclesiasticum accommodantur. Autore Christiano Matthiæ. Frankfurt & Leipzig: Johannes Justus Erythropilus, 1702. 4:o. Engraved frontispiece, (30),1144,40,(60) pp. Contemporary vellum. Handwritten title on spine. Owners name on titlepage (WG Rigeman 1711, 2 Decemb.). Bookplate on front pastedown (Bibl. Hammer, Stockholm). Edges of boards worn with vellum cracked. Spine with two old amateur repairs, one large. 22,5 x 17,5 cm.[#\5019] [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok & Bildantikvariat AB [Sweden]
2011-12-09 15:38:52
DELISLE, Guillaume.Engraved by Liébaux, Jean Baptiste.
Paris: Guillaume DeLisle, Quai de l'Horloge a l'Aigle d'Or . 1702 - Copper engraving. Original outline colour. Size: 61.5 x 47 cm. (24 x 18½ inches) Very good condition; both bottom margins have marks slightly affecting the image. Guilliame Delisle (1675-1726) is important as the first "scientific" cartographer who incorporated the most current information on exploration and topography into his maps. He adopted entirely new principles in cartography and set about making a thorough reform in that subject. Delisle recognized that the new methods of measuring by scale and of marking the places were very valuable for cartography; with this help he therefore produced a new and more accurate picture of the world. This beautiful map of the British Isles is extending west to east from Kerry to Oldenbourg and north to south from The Shetland Islands to Normandy, coloured by region. Fantastic title cartouche at top left, decorated with fish, birds, horses, fishing nets, with Neptune above and water below, secondary cartouche with five scales at lower right.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2011-11-19 11:46:01
Dictys Cretensis et Dares Phrygius
Georgium Gallet, Amsterdam, 1702. Two engraved frontispieces, [56], 6 plates, [24], 177p, [76], [4], 54p, [18], 168p, [8]. Contemporary polished calf gilt ruled with a green morocco spine with designs in blind inside gilt ruled compartments as well as gilt foredge. A reprint of the 1680 edition. Some light foxing throughout, otherwise a fresh clean copy in a well preserved binding. FROM THE LIBRARY OF THE EARL OF MALMESBURY with his gilt monogram on the spine. Ebert #5774. Schweiger p332. Genty p97.
Bookseller: Rosenlund Rare Books & Manuscripts [Basking Ridge, NJ, U.S.A.]
2011-11-03 19:58:19
DOCUMENTOS MANUSCRITOS SIGLO XVIII. GUERRA DE SUCESION
NULL. Soft cover Madrid, 1702-1713.- 16 documentos de unas 2 hojas cada uno; Folio (30,5 cm.).- Es un conjunto documental de un periodo histórico determinado muy homogeneo, por lo que se ofrece como unidad al precio que se indica a pie de ficha.* Libro en español
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Spain]
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2011-10-04 00:47:26
FURETIERE, ANTOINE,
Amsterdam, Jacques Desbordes, 1702. 12mo. (XII)+117 pp. With fold. engr. plate. Marbled limp boards. VG. (Rebacked with black cloth). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2011-09-04 23:10:36
Euer Samson and Giles Duncombe]
Printed by the Assigns of Rich. and Edw. Atkins [etc.], London, 1702. Contemporary calf, quite worn, rebacked, ex-The Hartland Library, definite foxing and browning, yet a usable copy; with the imprimatur leaf 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 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2011-08-21 15:51:47
IM-HO, Jacobo Wilhelmo:
Norimbergae, Joannis Hoffmanni, & Engelberti, 1701-1702 - In-folio, (6, dont frontispice)-256folios.-(3); (2)-381folios;-(3). Vélin d'époque à recouvrement défra^chi. Des feuillets jaunis et quelques auréoles claires en gouttières. Illustré de nombreux blasons.
Bookseller: Librairie Rita De Maere
2011-08-18 19:08:37
WYNNE, W
John Senex, London 1702 - (xl); xxiii; 398; (xviii)(table) pages. Folding map by John Seller. Contemporary full panelled calf neatly rebacked retaining the original red morocco label 8vo. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Roger Collicott Books
2011-03-24 22:48:47
Augustine, Saint; St Anselm of Bec; and St Bernard of Clairvaux
Coloniae Agrippinae: Cornelii ab Edmondt, 1702. Hardcover. 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, some splitting and worming to the spine tips, hinges and corners else a very good copy with a fine text block. Very good. Item #16970.
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [Tucson, AZ, U.S.A.]
2011-03-07 04:52:10
Micraelius, Johannes.
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
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