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2019-01-29 21:13:55
OUTREIN, JOHANNES D'
Het Groote Goed van Gods Uitverkoornen, Ende Gods Wonderbaare Goedertierenheden ontrent Nederland. In den Jaare MDCCII. Over Psalm XXXI: 20. en 22-25. WAARBIJ: Gods Betuiging tegen Israel. Psal. LXXXI: 14-17. Op onse Tyden en Zeden gepast. Waar in onder anderen aangewesen worden de ware oorsaken, waarom Godt Onse en Onser Hooge Bondgenooten Wapenen niet voorspoediger heeft doen sijn in den Jare MDCCIII. Nevens Het Reukwerk van de Gebeden der Heiligen. over Psal. CXLI: 2. In de Voorreden word insonderheid de plaats 2 Cor. VII: 10. verklaard en tegen D. Fr. van Leenhofs Hemel op Aarden, aangedrongen. WAARBIJ: Eben-Haëzer ofte de Gedenksteen der Hulpe van Jehovah. Over 1 Sam. VII: 12. (Met betrekking, soo op de verydeling van den aanslag der Fransschen op de Stad Nimwegen, op den XI van Somermaand 1702, als op de verovering van Keiserswaart, en andere merkwaardige weldaden, van God onlangs nog aan ons Vaderland bewesen.) Tweeden Druk. WAARBIJ: Tweeden Eben-Haëzer ofte Gedenk-Steen der Hulpe van Jehovah. Uit Deut. XXXIII: 26. Opgerigt op den laastgehouwdenen Dankdag den 10. van Herfstmaand, wegens de groote Overwinning by Hochstedt bevogten op den 13 van Oogstmaand des Jaars MDCCIV. Benevens een Waarschouwing tegen alle Onmatige en Sondige Blydschap. Uit Hos. IX: 1. WAARBIJ: Het Slot Van Deborahs Triomf-Lied, Rigt: V: 31. Toegepast op de Overwinningen der Bondgenooten, insonderheid in den Veldslag by Hochstedt, in den Jare MDCCIV. Benevens een wensch en bede om verderen voorspoed over onse wapenen. Voorgesteld Op den Algemeenen Dank- en Bededagh den 28 van Louwmaand MDCCV. aan de Gemeente van Dordregt, En uitgegeven tot een vervolg van den tweeden Ebenhaëzer. WAARBIJ: Den Engel van Jehovah de Leidsman van Israel, Exod: XXIII: 20-23. Vertoond In een Biddags-reden, op den XXIVsten van Somermaand des Jaars MDCCV. Benevens het Heyl des Heeren, In het overweldigen der Vyandlijke Linien in Braband Uit Psalm LX: 11-14. Ende Nederlands Verwagtinge van den Heere Uit Psalm CXXXVI
Amsterdam, Gerardus Borstius/7e-9e werk: Amsterdam, Jacobus Borstius 1702/1704/1702/1704/1705/1705/1707/1708/1709. 9 werken in 1 band, (4) 146, (44) 159 (5), (4) 36, (16) 130 (2), (8) 44, (14) 141, (4) 60, (4) 44 42 (2), (4) 74 p. Origineel Perkament, 8° (Opnieuw in de band gezet, band gevlekt, bovenkant rug plaatselijk gerestaureerd, boekblok voorin gebruind, op een van de vrije schutbladen voorin een handgeschreven inhoudsopgave. Convoluut met negen werken met gelegenheidspreken van Johannes d' Outrein, 1662-1722. Uitgave derde werk (Eben-Haëzer I) niet in NCC.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo [Netherlands]
2019-01-29 21:13:53
OUTREIN, JOHANNES D'
Amsterdam, Gerardus Borstius/7e-9e werk: Amsterdam, Jacobus Borstius, 1702/1704/1702/1704/1705/1705/17. Amsterdam, Gerardus Borstius/7e-9e werk: Amsterdam, Jacobus Borstius, 1702/1704/1702/1704/1705/1705/1707/1708/1709. 9 werken in 1 band, (4) 146, (44) 159 (5), (4) 36, (16) 130 (2), (8) 44, (14) 141, (4) 60, (4) 44 42 (2), (4) 74 p. Origineel Perkament, 8° (Opnieuw in de band gezet, band gevlekt, bovenkant rug plaatselijk gerestaureerd, boekblok voorin gebruind, op een van de vrije schutbladen voorin een handgeschreven inhoudsopgave. Convoluut met negen werken met gelegenheidspreken van Johannes d' Outrein, 1662-1722. Uitgave derde werk (Eben-Haëzer I) niet in NCC.)
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo [Netherlands]
2019-01-29 00:00:12
Kulpis, Johann Georg und Johann Schilter
Condition: Gut. Artikeldetails Scriptores rervm germanicarvm á Carolo M. usq[ue] ad Fridericvm III. inclusive Partim denuo, desiderati hactenus in tabernis, partim auctiores, partim de novo in unvm volvmen collecti. una cum omni re diplomatica Friderici imp. & Indicibus convenientibus. Accessit etiam praefatio Jo. Schilteri. Diplomata et Documenta Varia Rebus Friderici III. Illustrandis ut et Figurae Imagines Nummi, Annales Gestis Caroli Magni Poetae Anonymi, Andreae Presbyteri Ratisbonensis Chronicon Bavariae.Kulpis, Johann Georg und Johann Schilter: Erstauflage, EA Reinholdum Dulsseckerum, 1702. 148, 19, 326, 378, 90 Seiten 4°, Leder Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 404977 Bemerkungen: 19 Seiten mit Stichen einige davon über zwei Seiten und aufklappbar, ganzseitige Titlevignette dieses gelockert, guter Zustand Schlagworte: Reinhold DussereckerEUR 1.325,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Überweisung auf eines unserer Konten in Österreich oder Deutschland möglich. Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Sicheres Bestellen - Order-Control geprüft! Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-01-26).
Bookseller: Bassethoundlila [Wien, AT]
2019-01-25 03:15:18
Optatus, Saint Bishop of Mileve
Antwerpiae: G. Gallet, 1702. Editio tertia, folio, pp. [16], xlviii, 387, [1]; vignette title page printed in red and black, folding engraved map of the Mediterranean and North Africa by D'Isle, engraved historiated initial and headpiece on the first page of text, woodcut initials and ornaments; some toning and browning on a few leaves, but overall a very good, sound copy in full contemporary vellum lettered in gilt on spine. Saint Optatus was Bishop of Milevis, in Numidia, in the fourth century, remembered today for his writings against Donatism. Graesse V, 30; see also Ebert 1215-16: "A new and good recension after 5 MSS with the notes of all the earlier editors which follow after the text in this edition, but are placed immediately under the text in the reprint, Antw. 1702 fol."
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2019-01-23 07:32:28
Ovid
Waesbergios, Boom and Goethals, 1702. Condition: Good. Click here to see our other books! P. Ovidii Nasonis Opera Omnia, In Tres Tomos Divisia, Cum Intergris Nicolai Heinsii, D. F. Ovid 1702 Waesbergios, Boom and Goethals : Amstelodami 8" by 5" 832; 805; 810pp SUMMARY The works of Ovid. Illustrated,Leather Binding Overall Condition: Good Only This book weighs 3 KG when packed Australia Postage: £ Free UK Postage: £ 3.99 US Postage: £ 36.99 EU Postage: £ 25.99 European Postage: £ 27.99 Asia Postage: £ 47.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 69.99 DESCRIPTION Complete in three volumes. In Latin. Another edition of that first printed in Amsterdam in 1683. Containing all of Ovid's best-known works, including Heroides, Metamorphoses, Amores and Ars Amatoria. With an engraved half-title to each volume. Volume II, containing Metamorphoses, contains many further engravings illustrative of the text. Copperplate inscription to front blank of volume I, dated 1819. With copious noted by Nikolaes Heinsius the Elder (July 20, 1620 - 1681), a Dutch classical scholar and poet, son of Daniel Heinsius. CONDITION In calf bindings. Externally, rather rubbed and bumped. All joints cracked; one board held by one cord only. One further hinge strained. Internally, firmly bound, generally bright and clean but with the odd spot and mark. Overall Condition: Good Only Please note that due to different condition ratings used by eBay Australia, the condition rating at the head of the listing will always be rated as 'Good' Please see the 'Overall Condition' above for the correct rating for this work. GLOSSARY OF TERM … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian (the-mad-librarian) [Bath, GB]
2019-01-23 07:32:28
Ovid
Amstelodami: Waesbergios, Boom and Goethals, 1702. Complete in three volumes. In Latin. Another edition of that first printed in Amsterdam in 1683. Containing all of Ovid's best-known works, including Heroides, Metamorphoses, Amores and Ars Amatoria. With an engraved half-title to each volume. Volume II, containing Metamorphoses, contains many further engravings illustrative of the text. Copperplate inscription to front blank of volume I, dated 1819. With copious noted by Nikolaes Heinsius the Elder (July 20, 1620 - 1681), a Dutch classical scholar and poet, son of Daniel Heinsius. CONDITION In calf bindings. Externally, rather rubbed and bumped. All joints cracked; one board held by one cord only. One further hinge strained. Internally, firmly bound, generally bright and clean but with the odd spot and mark. Overall Condition: Good Only.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2019-01-22 21:33:08
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen: Not Stated, 1702. Click here to see our other books! Anabaptisticum et Enthusiasticum Pantheon Und Geistliches Rüst-Hauss wider die Alten Quacker und Neuen Frey-Geister Johann Friedrich Corvinus 1702 Not Stated : Kothen 13" by 8" [16] 82pp. [1] 84pp. [6] 44pp. [18] 367pp. [4] 44pp. [2] 16pp. [8] 18pp., 38pp., 48pp. [2] 24pp. [8] 28pp. [6] 126pp. SUMMARY A scarce copy of this controversial pro-Lutheran work from the early eighteenth-century in fourteen pamphlets. Illustrated,Leather Binding Overall Condition: Good This book weighs 4 KG when packed UK Postage: £ 4.49 US Postage: £ 39.99 EU Postage: £ 26.99 European Postage: £ 36.99 Asia Postage: £ 65.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 99.99 DESCRIPTION In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tippe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2019-01-16 06:53:54
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Condition: Good. Click here to see our other books! Anabaptisticum et Enthusiasticum Pantheon Und Geistliches Rüst-Hauss wider die Alten Quacker und Neuen Frey-Geister Johann Friedrich Corvinus 1702 Not Stated : Kothen 13" by 8" [16] 82pp. [1] 84pp. [6] 44pp. [18] 367pp. [4] 44pp. [2] 16pp. [8] 18pp., 38pp., 48pp. [2] 24pp. [8] 28pp. [6] 126pp. SUMMARY A scarce copy of this controversial pro-Lutheran work from the early eighteenth-century in fourteen pamphlets. Illustrated,Leather Binding Overall Condition: Good This book weighs 4 KG when packed Australia Postage: £ Free UK Postage: £ 4.49 US Postage: £ 39.99 EU Postage: £ 26.99 European Postage: £ 36.99 Asia Postage: £ 65.99 Worldwide Postage: £ 99.99 DESCRIPTION In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's privat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2019-01-13 03:09:41
Wenn Sie von dem US Marktplatz bestellen, können für die Pakete Steuern und Zollgebühren anfallen, die der Käufer später tragen muss. 1702 Van Keulen Map Of New York City, Long Island, Hudson Fluss (Neu Amsterdam) Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. 1702 van Keulen-Karte von New York City, Long Island, Hudson River (New Amsterdam) WIR VERKAUFEN NUR ORIGINAL ANTIKE KARTEN - KEINE REPRODUKTIONEN Titel: Pas-Kaart Vande Zee Kusten van Niew Nederland Anders Genaamt Niew York Tusschen Renselaars Hock En de Staaten Hoek. Beschreibung: Eine wichtige Entdeckung, das ist Johannes van Keulen und Claes Jansz Vooght 1702-Karte von New York, Long Island, den Hudson River und den Connecticut River. Zuerst erschienen in: 1684, dies ist das zweite älteste veröffentlichte Karte zum detail der Küste zwischen Long Island und Cape Cod. Freuen Sie sich auf die frühesten veröffentlichten Karten von jedem American River. Darüber hinaus stellen viele Ortsnamen in ihren ersten Auftritt hier. Als solche kann es der Höhepunkt des niederländischen wissen über New Amsterdam vor der britischen Übernahme gelten. Dies ist im Wesentlichen drei Karten auf einem Blatt. Die Hauptkarte, besetzen die unteren zwei Drittel des Dokuments zeigt die Küste von Nieuw Nederland von grob, Sandy Hook und Staten Island nach Osten, entlang der Long Island Sound und Connecticut Küste nach Martha's Vineyard und Nantucket. Dies ist, wie erwähnt, die zweite älteste spezif … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Geographicus Rare Antique Maps [11221, US]
2019-01-11 08:47:14
Cotton Mather
Printed for Thomas Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside, London, 1702. FIRST EDITION. [XVI], 1-38, [2], 1-76, [2], 238, [2], 125-222, 100, 88, 118 pp. Lacks the engraved map and ads. Nineteenth-century binding with leather at spine and corners, cloth boards. Professionally and beautifully rebound in half leather with raised bands and gilt title, author and date on spine. Marbled paper boards and new endsheets. See pics and pagination above. "THE MOST FAMOUS AMERICAN BOOK OF COLONIAL TIMES AND THE INDESPENSIBLE SOURCE FOR COLONIAL SOCIAL HISTORY" (Streeter) A first edition of the greatest history of New England: a landmark in colonial New England history, The first edition of what Howes calls the "most famous 18th century American book" and one which Streeter describes as, who describes 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2019-01-11 01:20:48
Kulpis, Johann Georg und Johann Schilter
Condition: Gut. Artikeldetails Scriptores rervm germanicarvm á Carolo M. usq[ue] ad Fridericvm III. inclusive Partim denuo, desiderati hactenus in tabernis, partim auctiores, partim de novo in unvm volvmen collecti. una cum omni re diplomatica Friderici imp. & Indicibus convenientibus. Accessit etiam praefatio Jo. Schilteri. Diplomata et Documenta Varia Rebus Friderici III. Illustrandis ut et Figurae Imagines Nummi, Annales Gestis Caroli Magni Poetae Anonymi, Andreae Presbyteri Ratisbonensis Chronicon Bavariae.Kulpis, Johann Georg und Johann Schilter: Erstauflage, EA Reinholdum Dulsseckerum, 1702. 148, 19, 326, 378, 90 Seiten 4°, Leder Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 404977 Bemerkungen: 19 Seiten mit Stichen einige davon über zwei Seiten und aufklappbar, ganzseitige Titlevignette dieses gelockert, guter Zustand Schlagworte: Reinhold DussereckerEUR 1.325,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Überweisung auf eines unserer Konten in Österreich oder Deutschland möglich. Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Sicheres Bestellen - Order-Control geprüft! Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2018-12-27).
Bookseller: Bassethoundlila [Wien, AT]
2019-01-02 19:48:02
Lucius Annaeus Florus
Epitome de Rome - Epitome rerum Romanarum - Epitome altera Rerum romanarum - complet en 2 tomes - L. Annaei Flori Epitome rerum Romanarum / ex recensione Jo. Georgii Graevii ; cum ejusdem annotationibus longe auctoribus accessore notae integrae C. Salmasii, Jo. Freinshemii ... ; Numismata et Antiqua Monumenta.......- L. Annaei Flori Epitome altera Rerum romanarum Ex recenfione Jo Georgii Graevii......- ... additus est L. Ampelius ex bibliotheca Cl. Salmasii - Excerptiones chronologicae ad L.A. Florum Par Lucius Annaeus Florus (L. Annaei Flori) - Historien romain du IIe siècle à la vie méconnue, né en Afrique d'une famille berbère, vers 70 et mort vers 140, sans certitude. L'identité de Florus et ses autres noms ne sont pas connus avec certitude bien qu'on l'appelle communément Lucius Annaeus. L'Epitome de Lucius Annaeus Florus, est un abrégé de l'histoire de Rome jusqu'à Auguste, avec des chapitres spéciaux dédiés aux guerres. Il est conçu comme un panégyrique du peuple romain. A la suite de l'Epitome de Florus, l'édition adjoint le Liber memorilais de Lucius Ampelius, un opuscule scolaire composé de réponses à des questions diverses (cosmographie, mythographie, histoire). Amsterdam, Gregorium Gallet., 1702 - In-8 - Edition Originale - 2 tomes en 1 volume - Reliure plein velin aux Armes de la ville d'Amsterdan aux 1 er & 4 ème plats, entourées de guirlandes dorées - Dos lisse orné - Frontispice dans chaque volumede J. Goeree and R. de Hooghe - 78 gravures représentant des portraits & pièces - (XXII)-531 pages & 242 pages + 102 pages d'index ET Lucius Ampelius, 46 pages - Ex … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: boistibaut53 [brest, FR]
2018-12-28 06:41:10
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Not Stated. Condition: Good. In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Tho … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-23 09:51:40
Saint Jérôme
Paris: 1702. Saint Jérôme Les lettres Reliure plein maroquin olive de Luc-Antoine Boyet. Beau papier fin de hollande, entièrement réglé. Saint Jérome Les lettres Reliure plein maroquin olive de Boyet, papier fin de hollande, entièrement réglé. Un volume in 8 reliure 19,5 x 13 cm [48], 680, [16] pages. Bien complet du frontispice d'après Philippe de Champagne gravé par Edelvick. Exemplaire sur papier fin de hollande, grand de marge et entièrement et finement règlé à l'époque. La reliure est plein maroquin olive, dos à nerfs orné aux petits fers, plats finement encadrés de larges guirlandes dorées, toutes tranches dorées, gardes de papier doré dominoté, prestigieuse reliure de Boyet Luc Antoine. Remarquable décor nous reconnaisons le fer soleil, les palmettes et le fer centrale frequement utilisé par Boyet par exemple sur son molière de 1682 en maroquin Olive, de même la guirlande d'encadrement des plats et contreplats est très caractéristique . Le papier des gardes est un papier dominoté doré probablement de Augsbourg ? bien que ce décor géométrique soit moins fréquent que des décors d'entrelacs et de feuillage. Luc-Antoine Boyet (v. 1658-1733) Reçu maître en 1684, Luc-Antoine Boyet est titulaire de la charge de relieur du roi de 1698 à 1733 (lettres de nomination en date du 23 novembre 1698), succédant à Claude le Mire Il connut de son vivant une très grande réputation. En 1696, il est cité comme relieur de l'évêque de Nîmes. Provenances : "Ex libris Domus Sancti Stanislai, Bibliotheca ascetica" Ex-libris imprimé 19e siècle au premier contreplat de la Bibliothèque de la Mai … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL [Charly, FR]
2018-12-18 18:31:09
[Mailly, Chevalier de]
Trevoux: E. Ganeau, 1702. First edition. With engraved frontispiece of three tables of people drinking coffee, some playing backgammon; woodcut vignette of a cafe scene (with card players) repeated as head-piece, ornamental initials, woodcut tailpieces. [10], 438, [6, table] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. "Trois philosophes, un Aristitotelicien, un Gassendiste & un Cartesien s'etant rencontrez dans un Café ..." Series of nineteen fictional conversations in Parisian cafés, ranging from philosophical and satirical dialogues to love, politics, and comic subjects. OCLC with multiple record, listing 3 copies in the U.S. (Harvard, Princeton, Wisconsin-Madison); Barbier II, 130; Brunet, Supplement I, 924. Nineteenth century full green morocco gilt, a.e.g. by Allô. Fine.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 18:01:10
Steele, Sir Richard
London: Jacob Tonson, 1702 [but 1701]. First edition. [xii], 79, [1] pp., with half-title. 4to. First edition of Fielding's first play, published in December 1701 "to coincide with the opening of the comedy at the Drury Lane Theatre in that month. The principal players--Robert Wilks, Colley Cibber, Anne Oldfield--were to be associated with Steele for the rest of his life, in his career as playwright and theatre governor ... Years later Steele looked back on his triumphant début: 'Nothing can make the Town so fond of a Man as a successful Play' (Steele, Apology, in Tracts, 339)" (ODNB). The play was a success and found favor with William III, who granted Steele a captaincy. An uncommon work on the market. Ashley V, p. 200-1; ESTC T40340. Later half brown morocco and marbled boards. Browned and foxed, heavy toning to half-title, repaired horizontal tear to A1 (dedication) affecting letters, E2 with large piece from fore-margin, not affecting text. Bookplate.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-12 19:53:44
Cotton Mather
Printed for Thomas Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside, London, 1702. FIRST EDITION. [XVI], 1-38, [2], 1-76, [2], 238, [2], 125-222, 100, 88, 118 pp. Lacks the engraved map and ads. Nineteenth-century binding with leather at spine and corners, cloth boards. Professionally and beautifully rebound in half leather with raised bands and gilt title, author and date on spine. Marbled paper boards and new endsheets. See pics and pagination above. "THE MOST FAMOUS AMERICAN BOOK OF COLONIAL TIMES AND THE INDESPENSIBLE SOURCE FOR COLONIAL SOCIAL HISTORY" (Streeter) A first edition of the greatest history of New England: a landmark in colonial New England history, The first edition of what Howes calls the "most famous 18th century American book" and one which Streeter describes as, who describes 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2018-12-09 06:57:14
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen: Not Stated. In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-01 02:55:14
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen: Not Stated. In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-28 11:39:18
M Le Nain de Tillemont / Robert
London: Printed for S. Smith and B. Walford. Condition: Very Good binding. First Editions of two works by Robert Jenkin, bound together, both published by Smith and Walford in 1702. Jenkin served as an English clergyman and later master of St. John's College. An Account of the Life of Apollonius Tyaneus and A Brief Confutation of the Pretences against Natural and Revealed Religion, in one volume. Apollonius was translated by Jenkin from Louis-Sebastien Le Nain de Tillemont's Histoire des Empereurs, vol. II; an ecclesiastical historian, Le Nain was one of the first historians to provide critical surveys of the full range of ancient Roman source material, and was often cited in Gobbon's Decline and Fall. A Brief Confutation is in two parts, with continuous pagination and a divisional title page; "A Brief Confutation of Atheism," and "A Brief Confutation of Deism." Collates complete; [2], xxiv, [4], 88, [4] pp. & [8], 83, [5] pp. with publisher's advertisements bound in at the rear, as called for by the ESTC. Quarter red morocco, with gilt lettering, over marbled paper boards. All edges speckled red. (ESTC T98226; T98227. DNB X, 734). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2018-11-24 00:16:54
Gregory, David {Newton, Isaac)
Sheldonian Theatre, Oxoniae (Oxford), 1702. The first astronomical book on gravitational principles; important because it contains the first publication of Isaac Newton's Lunar Theory, "Lunae Theoria" (pp. 332-336). The rather lengthy Preface contains Newton's Classical Scholia." Folio (14 1/8" x 9 1/2"), [12]494[2]. bound in contemporary full paneled calf, rebacked to style, with red leather label on spine; with a plethora of diagrams in the text and a fine engraving on the title page. A lovely wide-margined copy, printed on laid paper. First several leaves with light marginal dampstain, affecting only a few words of text; small chip at foot of FFEP; discreet archival repair to gutter and lower part of title page; page 237 with light marginal soiling. David Gregory (1659 - 1708) was a close friend and associate of Isaac Newton. Babson 71. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Charles Parkhurst Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Sun City West, AZ, U.S.A.]
2018-11-22 07:04:28
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen: Not Stated. In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-22 07:04:28
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen: Not Stated. In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-22 07:04:28
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntzer is discussed." CO … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-20 18:16:47
(AUBIN, Nicolas).
Amsterdam, Pierre Brunel, 1702.4to. Later half vellum. With fine engraved title-page by J. Lamsveld, engraved coat of arms, and 30 engraved plates (12 depicting flags) and numerous woodcuts in the text. (12),776 pp.First edition. - Very comprehensive maritime dictionary with the entries in French and Dutch and the explanation in French, covering naval architecture and ship construction, types of ships, instruments, tools and duties of naval officers, etc. With beautiful plates depicting Dutch vessels and flags.Cat. NHSM II, p. 1000; Polak 225.
Bookseller: Gert Jan BESTEBREURTJE [Netherlands]
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2018-11-20 18:10:56
AUBIN, [NICOLAS]
1702 Pierre Brunel, Amsterdam Ouvrage enrichi de figures représentant divers vaisseaux, les principales piéces servant à leur construction, les différens Pavillons des Nations, les instrumens de Mathématique, Outils de Charpenterie & Menuïserie concernant la fabrique; avec les diverses fonctions des Oficiers. 1 gravé frontispice+Title en noire et rouge+1 planche d'armoires du Monseigneur Anthoine, Comte du Saint Empire Baron d'Aldenbourg.+6[f]+776 p. Avec 18 planches h.t. dont une dépliante, 12 planches donnant 88 pavillons, et 126 figures dans le texte. 26x19 cm. Pleine basanne d' époque, dos à nerfs orné. Avec ex-libris d'autre propietaire. En bon état avec quelques taches d'oxyde. Il-y-a traslocation de páginas 619-620. Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. (arquitectura naval, navegacion)
Bookseller: Costa LLibreter [Vic, Spain]
2018-11-20 15:53:05
Gatewood, Charles
Garden City: Amphoto, 1977. First Edition. Paperback. No additional printings listed. Near fine in wraps, minimally rubbed at the edges. Square and tight with white, clean pages. Illustrated with over 100 of Gatewood's photographs that capture all aspects of street people. Near fine. Item #786 ISBN: 0817421076. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: VTG_Books [Woodstock, Illinois, US]
2018-11-15 19:15:25
M. Le Nain de Tillemont | Robert Jenkin
London: Printed for S. Smith and B. Walford, 1702. First Editions of two works by Robert Jenkin, bound together, both published by Smith and Walford in 1702. Jenkin served as an English clergyman and later master of St. John's College. An Account of the Life of Apollonius Tyaneus and A Brief Confutation of the Pretences against Natural and Revealed Religion, in one volume. Apollonius was translated by Jenkin from Louis-Sebastien Le Nain de Tillemont's Histoire des Empereurs, vol. II; an ecclesiastical historian, Le Nain was one of the first historians to provide critical surveys of the full range of ancient Roman source material, and was often cited in Gobbon's Decline and Fall. A Brief Confutation is in two parts, with continuous pagination and a divisional title page; "A Brief Confutation of Atheism, " and "A Brief Confutation of Deism." Collates complete; [2], xxiv, [4], 88, [4] pp. & [8], 83, [5] pp. with publisher's advertisements bound in at the rear, as called for by the ESTC. Quarter red morocco, with gilt lettering, over marbled paper boards. All edges speckled red. (ESTC T98226; T98227. DNB X, 734). Very Good binding. Very Good binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: BLACK SWAN BOOKS, INC., ABAA, ILAB [Richmond, VA, U.S.A.]
2018-11-14 08:42:09
Autori Vari
Venezia Sumptibus Jacobi Bertani 1702 5 volumi in 8° (manca il sesto con in Nuovo testamento) Pagine 5342 numerate progressivamente + 180 non numerate Legature uniformi in pelle bazzana coeva. Titoli e ricchi fregi ai dorsi in oro. Dorsi con abrasioni. Tagli spruzzati. Al primo volume antiporta incisa in rame da Suor Maria Isabella Piccini. Numerose piccole incisioni in rame nel testo a rappresentare episodi biblici ed alcuni profeti. Incisioni eseguite da Suor Isabella ed alcune, monogrammate A.Z., da Antonio Zuliani. Fregi, capilettera e testatine in rame. Ottima e fresca copia.
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Segni nel Tempo [IT]
2018-11-12 09:30:37
Cotton Mather
Printed for Thomas Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside, London, 1702. FIRST EDITION. [XVI], 1-38, [2], 1-76, [2], 238, [2], 125-222, 100, 88, 118 pp. Lacks the engraved map and ads. Nineteenth-century binding with leather at spine and corners, cloth boards. Professionally and beautifully rebound in half leather with raised bands and gilt title, author and date on spine. Marbled paper boards and new endsheets. See pics and pagination above. "THE MOST FAMOUS AMERICAN BOOK OF COLONIAL TIMES AND THE INDESPENSIBLE SOURCE FOR COLONIAL SOCIAL HISTORY" (Streeter) A first edition of the greatest history of New England: a landmark in colonial New England history, The first edition of what Howes calls the "most famous 18th century American book" and one which Streeter describes as, who describes 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2018-11-11 20:00:44
MANESSON MALLET (Alain);
Paris Anisson 1702 4 vol. in-8 de (24)-346-(2) pp., (12)-337 pp., (14)-359- (1) pp., (12), veau havane marbré, dos orné à nerfs, pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge, filet d'encadrement doré sur les plats, armes dorées frappées au centre, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Édition originale. Ouvrage complet des portraits de l'auteur et de Louis XIV en frontispice du tome I et des 493 planches gravées en taille douce attribuées à Sébastien Leclerc. Nombreux tableaux gravés à pleine page. Troisième et dernier ouvrage publié par l'ingénieur militaire et géographe, Alain Manesson Mallet (1630-1706), soldat dans le régiment des gardes de Louis XIV, puis ingénieur et sergent-major d'artillerie au Portugal, il fut nommé maître de mathématiques des pages de la Petite écurie du roi à son retour. Tome I : La Géométrie pratique. Tome II: La Trigonométrie. Tome III : La Planimétrie. Tome V : Paris, ses monuments et ses environs : Cour du grand Châtelet, Montmartre, Bonhommes de Passy, Port Royal, tour de l' horloge du Palais, plan à vol d'oiseau de l'Hôtel-Dieu, palais d'Orléans, la Sorbonne, Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie, prison Saint-Germain, Louvre, Tuileries, Palais Royal, Hôtel Vendôme en ruines, moulin de la pointe ; chemin de Vaugirard, etc. Exemplaire aux armes de la Ville de Lyon, offert à Josephus Gallus von Kontamin (1739-1808), pensionnaire du Collège de la Trinité de la Compagnie de Jésus, avec l'ex-praemio imprimé, daté 1756, complété à l'encre et signé François Thovex, préfet des Classes inférieures. Ex-libris manuscrit sur les feuillets de garde : Galli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2018-11-11 01:51:28
CANOT, P[ierre] C[harles], after SCOTT, Samuel
Image: 288 by 544mm (11.25 by 21.5 inches). Sheet: 350 by 590mm (13.75 by 23.25 inches).. Engraving. The completed Westminster Bridge, designed by Charles Labelye, based on a picture by the painter Samuel Scott (c1702-1772), and engraved by Pierre Charles Canot (c1710-77). Samuel Scott was a great friend of William Hogarth, acting as a Governor to Hogarth's pet project, the Foundling Hospital, and making up one of the party of four that Hogarth took with him on a journey around Kent, later recorded by Ebenezer Forest and illustrated by Scott and Hogarth. After focusing mainly on purely maritime themes, the arrival and success of Canaletto in London inspired Scott to start painting more city views along the Thames, which were very successful. He was popular with his contemporaries, and was praised by Horace Walpole as “the first painter of his own age” (Baetjer). Katharine Baetjer, British Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art 1575-1875 (New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2009), pp.48-50; BM 1877,0609.1871; Ellis Kirkham Waterhouse, Painting in Britain 1530 to 1790, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1994), pp.159-160.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-09 03:14:12
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen: Not Stated. In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-06 06:58:12
Josephus, Flavius (37 - ca. 100)
Condition: Very Good. Josephus, Flavius (37 - ca. 100) 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 First Edition Hardback London : Printed for R. Sare [1702],1702 Very Good in Dust Jacket Book Publishing Details Author: Josephus, Flavius (37 - ca. 100) Full title: 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 JosephusPublisher: London : Printed for R. Sare [1702], 1702Edition: First EditionBinding: HardbackPages: 1129Book ID: 216593 Comments & Item Features First Edition. Category: Jewish Studies. Finely 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 Je … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: mwbooks2 [IE]
2018-11-05 17:27:40
Sir Francis Bacon
London, England: Letters of Sir Francis Bacon - First Edition, Benjamin Tooke, London, 1702). Francis Bacon, Baron on Verulam, Viscount St. Alban, written during the reign of King James the First. Now collected, and augmented with several letters and memories addressed by Sir Francis Bacon to the King and Duke of Buckingham, which were never before published. The whole being illustrated by an historical introduction and some observations, and disposed according to the series of time. Condition - it is bound in contemporary full calf, double gilt-ruled borders enclosing a central triple gilt-ruled panel, fleurons in the corners, rebacked to match, preserving the original red morocco label. The boards are pockmarked, and the front hinge is weakened, though still firmly attached. Overall, a very good copy (be sure to see the several photos provided. Note- a similar 1st edition was up for auction in 2015 for $1875.00 and another for $1,500.00. Sir Francis Bacon, whose letters are published in this book, was an English politician, scientist and philosopher. He was the son of a renowned jurist, was born in London in 1561. He studied at the University of Cambridge and Gray's Inn. In 1576 he interrupted his studies to travel abroad with the English ambassador in Paris. The sudden death of his father in February 1579 necessitated Bacon's return to England. Starting in 1584 he took his seat in Parliament and in 1596 he became a Queen's Counsel. King James I knighted Francis Bacon in 1603. In 1613, Bacon was finally able to become Attorney General. His public career ended in disgrace … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: generous8910 [Miami, Florida, US]
2018-11-05 06:50:16
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen: Not Stated. In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-05 06:50:16
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntzer is discussed." CO … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-03 23:26:34
Edward Hyde
When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Item Description: Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon 'The History Of The Rebellion and Civil Wars In England'. Oxford: Printed at the Theatre, 1702-03-04., 1702. First Edition, Full mottled leather covers w/ gold lettering, raised bands. Red stained edges. 3 Volumes. folio. pp. 3 p.l., xxiii, 557; 8 p.l., 581; 12 p.l., 603, with half-titles. Engraved frontis, portrait of Clarendon by Robert White after Peter Lely. Engraved title vignettes, numerous engraved head & tailpieces & initials throughout. Armorial bookplate of Edward Conyers. Weight 34 pounds. Approx. Measurements: 12"x18.5"x2.25" thick Condition: Good Condition. Covers have edgewear, small chips, bumped corners, some peeled areas and crazing to the leather. Some damp staining to pages. Scattered pencil notations. scattered closed tears. Scattered light foxing, some toning to edges. Pages tight. sch345 We have a fine selection of quality items for sale at Amphora Art & Antiques. International as well as domestic customers are welcome - please contact us with questions regarding shipping or listings, and we will assist you quickly. All items can be inspected in-person or are available for pickup from our large Gardena warehouse with no additional fee or charge. The authenticity of all items listed are guaranteed to be as represented - all efforts are taken to ensure accurate and descriptive condition reports and photographs. We reserve the right to use another shipping carrier other than what is list … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amphora_art_antiques [Beverly Hills, California, US]
2018-10-26 07:18:04
Ovid
Amstelodami: Waesbergios, Boom and Goethals, 1702. Complete in three volumes. In Latin. Another edition of that first printed in Amsterdam in 1683. Containing all of Ovid's best-known works, including Heroides, Metamorphoses, Amores and Ars Amatoria. With an engraved half-title to each volume. Volume II, containing Metamorphoses, contains many further engravings illustrative of the text. Copperplate inscription to front blank of volume I, dated 1819. With copious noted by Nikolaes Heinsius the Elder (July 20, 1620 - 1681), a Dutch classical scholar and poet, son of Daniel Heinsius. CONDITION In calf bindings. Externally, rather rubbed and bumped. All joints cracked; one board held by one cord only. One further hinge strained. Internally, firmly bound, generally bright and clean but with the odd spot and mark. Overall Condition: Good Only.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-26 07:18:04
Ovid
Amstelodami: Waesbergios, Boom and Goethals, 1702. Complete in three volumes. In Latin. Another edition of that first printed in Amsterdam in 1683. Containing all of Ovid's best-known works, including Heroides, Metamorphoses, Amores and Ars Amatoria. With an engraved half-title to each volume. Volume II, containing Metamorphoses, contains many further engravings illustrative of the text. Copperplate inscription to front blank of volume I, dated 1819. With copious noted by Nikolaes Heinsius the Elder (July 20, 1620 - 1681), a Dutch classical scholar and poet, son of Daniel Heinsius. CONDITION In calf bindings. Externally, rather rubbed and bumped. All joints cracked; one board held by one cord only. One further hinge strained. Internally, firmly bound, generally bright and clean but with the odd spot and mark. Overall Condition: Good Only.
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-20 11:41:49
BOCCACE
Jacques Gaillard, 1702. 2 volumes petit in-8 veau havane, plats ornés d’un triple filet doré en encadrement, dos à nerfs ornés, pièce de titre rouge, dentelle dorée à l’intérieur des plats, tranches dorées. (12 pp)-366-(9) pp et 427-(13) pp. (Reliure légèrement postérieure). Il s’agit de la troisième édition (la première est de 1697 et la deuxième de 1699). Belle édition illustrée d'un frontispice et de 101 jolies vignettes à mi-page d'après les dessins de Romain de Hooge. Très plaisant exemplaire dans une reliure en excellente condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Jeanne Laffitte [Marseille, France]
2018-10-18 23:52:01
Edward Hyde
For a condition report of this listing, please view our item description and photos below. Please contact us with any inquiries or questions. Item Description: Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon 'The History Of The Rebellion and Civil Wars In England'. Oxford: Printed at the Theatre, 1702-03-04., 1702. First Edition, Full mottled leather covers w/ gold lettering, raised bands. Red stained edges. 3 Volumes. folio. pp. 3 p.l., xxiii, 557; 8 p.l., 581; 12 p.l., 603, with half-titles. Engraved frontis, portrait of Clarendon by Robert White after Peter Lely. Engraved title vignettes, numerous engraved head & tailpieces & initials throughout. Armorial bookplate of Edward Conyers. Weight 34 pounds. Approx. Measurements: 12"x18.5"x2.25" thick Condition: Good Condition. Covers have edgewear, small chips, bumped corners, some peeled areas and crazing to the leather. Some damp staining to pages. Scattered pencil notations. scattered closed tears. Scattered light foxing, some toning to edges. Pages tight. sch345 We have a fine selection of quality items for sale at Amphora Art & Antiques. International as well as domestic customers are welcome - please contact us with questions regarding shipping or listings, and we will assist you quickly. All items can be inspected in-person or are available for pickup from our large Gardena warehouse with no additional fee or charge. The authenticity of all items listed are guaranteed to be as represented - all efforts are taken to ensure accurate and descriptive condition reports and photographs. We reserve the right to use another shipping carrier ot … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: amphora_art_antiques [Beverly Hills, California, US]
2018-10-17 21:42:31
Bastian STOOPENDAAL
Mappa del mondo in due emisferi, disegnata nel 1702 da Daniel Stoopendaal per la pubblicazione nella Bibbia di Keur. Basata sulla mappa davvero molto simile di Visscher del 1663, questa mappa descrive il Mondo su una proiezione dell'emisfero circondata da un magnifico lavoro di cartigli e illustrazioni allegorici. Il lavoro del cartiglio corrisponde a quello già visto nel secondo mappamondo della Bibbia prodotta da Nicolaas Visscher, Orbis Terrarum Tabula Recens Emendata ... (Shirley 431, 1663), sebbene la mappa sia stata cambiata per accogliere supposizioni geografiche in evoluzione. Le revisioni di Stoopendaal del lavoro di Visscher includono aggiornamenti geografici e l'incorporazione dei sistemi solari copernicani e tolemaici al posto delle proiezioni polari di Visscher - sebbene curiosamente restino le etichette di quest'ultimo. Cartograficamente Stoopendaal si riferisce probabilmente alla mappa mondiale di Pieter Goos del 1666, Orbis Terrarum Nova e Accuratissima Tabula (Shirley 438), a cui la sua mappa è simile. A fine 1702 world map was drawn by Daniel Stoopendaal for publication in the Keur Bible. Based on Visscher's very similar map of 1663, this map depicts the world on a hemisphere projection surrounded by stunning allegorical cartouche work. The cartouche work corresponds to that seen on the second world Bible map produced by Nicolaas Visscher, Orbis Terrarum Tabula Recens Emendata... (Shirley 431, 1663), though the map has changed to accommodate evolving geographical suppositions. Stoopendaal revisions of Visscher's work include geographical updates as well as … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-10-16 20:02:29
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen: Not Stated. In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-16 12:50:12
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen: Not Stated. In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-16 12:50:12
Johann Friedrich Corvinus
Kothen: Not Stated. In German and Latin, written in Gothic script. Illustrated throughout with fifty-three engraved plates. From the antiquarian library of Emeritus Professor David A. Palin of the University of Manchester (signature to front pastedown), collected over a period of almost forty years. "The work is a collection of items, each with its own title-page and pagination. Although the attribution to Johann Friedrich Corvinus as the compiler is according to a note on the front pastedown citing R. Foth writing in The Mennonite Encyclopaedia and is followed by the Oxford catalogue, on the blank opposite the title page there is a note in German from about the end of the 18th century saying that the catalogue of the library of Abbot Molanus ascribes the work to Henry George Neuss (who was the author of the final item in the compilation.)" [From the catalogue of David Palin's private library]. Tipped-in ink description reads, 'A strange pamphleteering volume, large folio in size, with over 1,000 pages, was compiled in 1702 by a certain Johann Friedrich Corvinus (Rabe), a Lutheran minister of Hornburg (died 1724). The volume contains 14 different pamphlets attacking practically everyone who was not of the strict Lutheran orthodoxy of about 1700. It attacks above all the Quakers, but also Mystics, Pansophists (Rosicrucians), all kinds of Pietists (e.g., Labadie), philosophers such as Descartes, Spinoza and Hobbes, Jews, Cromwell and his Puritans, and, last but not least, the "old and new fanatics of Anabaptist spirit" (pamphlet II). Yet, in the text proper, only Thomas Müntz … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-12 23:28:03
Cotton Mather
Printed for Thomas Parkhurst, at the Bible and Three Crowns in Cheapside, London, 1702. FIRST EDITION. [XVI], 1-38, [2], 1-76, [2], 238, [2], 125-222, 100, 88, 118 pp. Lacks the engraved map and ads. Nineteenth-century binding with leather at spine and corners, cloth boards. Professionally and beautifully rebound in half leather with raised bands and gilt title, author and date on spine. Marbled paper boards and new endsheets. See pics and pagination above. "THE MOST FAMOUS AMERICAN BOOK OF COLONIAL TIMES AND THE INDESPENSIBLE SOURCE FOR COLONIAL SOCIAL HISTORY" (Streeter) A first edition of the greatest history of New England: a landmark in colonial New England history, The first edition of what Howes calls the "most famous 18th century American book" and one which Streeter describes as, who describes 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: crottsy [Clemmons, North Carolina, US]
2018-10-08 07:47:26
Francis Bacon
London: Benj. Tooke, 1702. First edition, and likely a large paper copy; 4to, pp. [8], lxxx, [2], 302, [2]; contemporary full calf, double gilt-ruled borders enclosing a central triple gilt-ruled panel, fleurons in the corners, a.e.g., rebacked to match, preserving the original red morocco label; boards pockmarked, else a very good copy. This copy with the early ownership signatures of Philip Ward and "Edw. Ward, ex dono Robt. Stephens," and with an inscription by Stephens on the flyleaf reading "To the Right Honable. Sir Edward Ward, Kt., Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Excheq., the memoires of Ld. Baron's are presented by his Ldships most humble servant, Rob: Stephens." Edward Ward (1638-1714) was Chief Baron of the Exchequer, and Robert Stephens (1665-1732) was the historiographer-royal, and editor of this volume of letters by Bacon. Without the 2 leaves of dedication, as usual. "These were canceled owing to the death of William III prior to the publication of the work" (Gibson). Gibson 245. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-10-07 07:39:25
HUYGENS (Christiaan)
Paris, Jean Moreau, 1702, in 12, de XXIV-277pp., 4ff. de table, ill. de 5 planches gravées h.t., pl. veau brun époque, dos orné, bel exemplaire. (Ex-libris de Pierre Jean Chauveau, curé de Mazé [Maine & Loire], décédé en 1783) Première traduction française du "Kosmotheoros, sive de terris c?lestibus, earumque ornatu, conjecturæ" (La Haye, 1698). Ouvrage qui soutient la thèse de Copernic (à savoir) "que notre Terre est une planète attirée et éclairée par le Soleil, comme le sont exactement tous les autres, ne peut éviter de se faire une idée sur la possibilité que les autres planètes aussi aient des habitants dotés de leur propre culture et de leurs propres arts" (incipit). Huygens évoque l'aspect du ciel vu par les habitants de Jupiter, Mars, Vénus, et avance l'idée que les étoiles, en nombre infini, sont des soleils entourés de planètes similaires à celles du système solaire, et que ces planètes peuvent également héberger des êtres vivants. C'est aussi dans ce livre qu'il expose sa méthode de calcul des distances stellaires. ¶ DSB VI, 611 "The theories were expounded in his Kosmostheoros (1698). The argument of the book is very methodically set forth and its earnestness suggests that Huygens did indeed assign a very high degree of probability to these conjectures. In the Copernican world system the earth holds no privileged position among the other planets. It would therefore be unreasonable to suppose that life should be restricted to the earth alone... In the second part of Kosmostheoros Huygens discussed the different movements of the heavenly bodies and how they must … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2018-10-06 06:59:47
DEL GIUDICE MICHELE.
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.4n.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 Michel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Casella Studio Bibliografico [IT]
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