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         L'HOMME D'ORAISON SES MEDITATIONS ET ENTRETIENS Pour tous les jours de l'Année. TROISIEME PARTIE. Depuis Pâque jusqu'a la fête du tres-faine Sacrament.

      A Paris, Chez François - Hubert Muguet, premier imprimeur du Roi, rue Neuve Nôtre Dame, à la Croix d'or. 1704 MDCCIV AVEC PRIVILEGE DU ROY - ¡ ATENCIÓN: LIBRO FECHADO EN 1704, EN IDIOMA FRANCÉS ! Temática religiosa y meditación. En general en buen estado, salvo algunos detalles que pueden observarse en las fotos. 548 Páginas [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Espagne Triomphante sous le Regne de Philippe V.

      1704 - Paris: De Fer, 1704. Coloured. Four sheets conjoined, total 1000 x 1280mm. Some restoration, as usual with these separate-issue maps, backed on canvas. A superb wall map of Iberia, published soon after the accession of Philippe V to the throne of Spain in 1700. This gave the French reason to celebrate as Philippe was grandson of the French king Louis XIV (the 'Sun King'), meaning a closer connection between the two thrones. In the huge ornamental border are medallion portraits of Philippe and his wife, Marie Louise of Savoy, and 81 medallion portraits going back to the Visgoth king Athaulf (410-5). Bottom left is a plan of Madrid; bottom right is a view of the Escurial Palace. Not all of Europe was as happy as France to have Bourbon kings on the throne of both Spain and France, and soon the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-14) broke out, with Charles of Austria the rival claimant. During the war Spain lost both Gibraltar and Minorca to Britain.

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         Voyage Du Sieur Lucas au Levant

      1704 - Ou y trouvera entr'autre une description de la haute Egypte, suivant le cours du Nil, depuis le Caire jusques aux Cataractes, avec une Carte exacte de ce fleuve, que personne n'avoit donnée.First edition. 2 vols. Folding engraved map & 10 plates (many folding), with vignettes to both titles, & engraved head & tail pieces. 12mo. Contemporary sprinkled calf, spines richly gilt in compartments, extremities lightly rubbed. [xxx], 372; 417, [1]blank, [8]indexpp. Paris, Guillaume Vandive, ?First edition of Lucas's first voyage. Rare. Lucas made many voyages to the Levant. In 1688 he served with the Venetians at the siege of Negreponte. In 1696 he returned to France with a large collection of medals and other antiquities which were purchased for the Cabinet du Roi. This brought him to the attention of the court, and he then began the series of three voyages for which he is famous. This is an account of his first long voyage 1699-1703, edited from his notes by Baudelot de Dairval. (All of Lucas's works were edited by others.) Lucas was a merchant, naturalist, doctor and antiquary with a flair for discovering antiquities and manuscripts. His accounts of his voyages often border on the fabulous, and he is criticized by other travellers, but his works convey the colour and piquancy of the East, tempered by the editor's classical erudition, form and quotations. Carré calls Lucas the first popularizer. His was the first work to spread a knowledge of Egypt and Persia at the beginning of the 18th Century. Vol. I deals mainly with Egypt and Cyprus, vol. II with Persia and Syria.? (Navari). Ibrahim-Hilmy I, p393; Blackmer, 1036. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Sermones Varios, Predicado en la Ciudad de Lima, Corte de los Reynos del Peru

      1704 - Third edition. Small 4to. Contemporary vellum, lettered boldly on the spine, with a red cloth slipcase. [xvi], 398, [58]pp. Brussels, Francisco Tserstevens, A scarce work, this edition is particularly uncommon and is not listed in NUC, indeed no copy of any edition is held by either the Bibliothèque Nationale or the British Library. Palau, 3597; Somervogel I, 83. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      London: Dan. Brown, et al., 1704. First Edition. 8vo, 327pp.; VG-; paneled brown spine; bound in contemporary calf, rebacked; 15 of 16 engraved plates, missing the folding engraved Formosan alphabet; some shelfwear and bumping; some pen markings on title page, minor age markings throughout, else text clean; GP consignment; shelve case 7. Dupont.

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         Histoire de la conquete du Mexique, ou la Nouvelle Espagne, par Fernand Cortez, traduite de l'espagnol. par l'auteur du Triumvirat [Samuel de Broé]

      1704 - 2 volumes 12mo (170 x 93mm.) [36], 412, [20]; [12], 380 (=379), [33 ], last leaf blank, engraved map and plates (some folding), contemporary calf, gilt spines Paris: Compagnie des libraires, Antonio de Solis was a Spanish royal servant, dramatist, translator and historian of great renown, whose Historia de la conquista de México, población y progresos de la América septentrional, conocida por el nombre de Nueva España was first published in Madrid in folio in 1684. This translation was first published in 1691 in Paris and several times reprinted, receiving in its numerous editions a wide diffusion. A very nice copy. Provenance: Macclesfield North Library 67. F. 15-16 (old pressmark Study D viii 27-28); price paid 8 shillings (reduced from 9). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Geographia, Emendata et Locupletata [with maps] America Septentrionalis Tabula

      E Theatro Sheldoniano - Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, Oxford 1704 - [8] pp 120,113-116 [8] pages; 16 maps. Edward Wells' 1704 Periegetes complete with 16 maps including 'America Septentrionalis Tabula' and 'America Australis Tabula'. Contemporary panelled calf with pretty tulip decorations to corners of panels on both boards, red morocco spine label, cracking along upper hinge with old repair, red speckled edges; collated and complete but without a front free endpaper (not called for) thus beginning with the title page, A1. On the front pastedown, book plate and handwritten shelf mark of the 'United Presbyterian College. Brown-Lindsay Library' - dispersed c1900. Very good text which is in Greek followed by Latin notes and verse translation. The text and register are continuous despite wayward pagination. The maps by Wells are about 15.5x8.5 cm with their titles in Latin above the top border and latitude and longitude also engraved outside the borders. Dr Edward Wells (1677-1727) was a mathematician and map-maker who followed the discoveries of Hennepin in his maps of America, notably depicting California as an island. Please contact Christian White at Modernfirsteditions if you would like more information about this book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      - Antique print, titled: 'Italia Antiqua of Oud Italje ( ).' - Very decorative map of ancient Italy and the islands Corsica, Sicily and Sardinia after N. Sanson, published by Francois Halma. Engraving / etching with hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Francois Halma' after an anonymous artist. Published by Francois Halma (1653-1722). Condition: Good, given age. Small repair of crossing of folds on reverse; a minor restored damage (hardly visible). Edges with an occasional tiny tear. Original folds as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-Iscra-B12-44 The overall size is ca. 22.8 x 17.3 inch. The image size is ca. 21.4 x 15.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 58 x 44 cm. The image size is ca. 54.4 x 38.3 cm.

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         Historia de la Conquista de Mexico, poblacion y progressos de la America septentrional, conocida por el nombre de Nueva España

      - Brusselas, Francisco Foppens 1704. Encuadernado en pergamino duro. X+604 páginas a doble texto+8 hojas. Cantos tintados. Falto de láminas, con 2 mapas. Algunas manchas de humedad. 34x22 cm. Palau: 318604. Ref: 1776 [LS/015417-1776]

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         Obeliscus qui olim Ramesseus, modo dictus Lateranensis.

      Amsterdam, 1704 - Incisione in rame di mm 660x555 che rappresenta i quattro lati dell'obelisco, ricchissimi di geroglifici. Sullo sfondo Ë posta una bella veduta di Piazza Laterano, dove l'obelisco Ë sito. Pierre Mortier (1661-1711) fu un editore assai attivo ad Amsterdam agli inizi del XVIII secolo: tra le sue principali fatiche si annovera la ristampa del "Theatrum CivitatumÖItaliae" di Blaeu con l'aggiunta originale di un quarto volume, relativo a nord Italia e Toscana. La tavola proviene proprio da quest'opera. Ottimo esemplare con leggerissime fioriture. vedutistica.

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         Historie der Reformatie, en andere kerkelyke geschiedenissen, in en ontrent de Nederlanden. 4-vol. set (Complete)

      Amsterdam: Jan Rieuwertsz, Hendrik en Dirk Boom (Vols. 1 & 2); Barent Bos (Vols. 3 & 4), 1704. First edition. Hardcover. g- to vg. Octavo (8 1/4 x 6 1/4"). [32], 847, [1], 56, [56]pp (Vol. 1); [28], 996, [48]pp (Vol. 2); [8], 976, [46]pp (Vol. 3); [2], 1116, [32]pp (Vol. 4). Contemporary full vellum, with handwritten title in ink to each spine. Engraved allegorical title page in first volume. Title vignette in each secondary title page. Decorative initials and tailpieces. First edition of Gerard Brandt's History of the Reformation in the Low-Countries from the 8th century (712) to 1623. Upon the author's death, only the first two volumes were published. "Historie der Reformatie" was completed by his sons in 1704. This work is illustrated throughout with: - Volume 1: 8 (of 9) striking portraits (Erasmus of Rotterdam, Pope Adrian VI, George Cassander, Hubert Duifhuis, Philips of Marnix, Dirck Coornhert, Franciscus Junius the Elder, Cornelis Hooft) engraved by the eminent Dutch engravors Hendrik Bary (1632-1707) and Antonie van Zylvelt (c. 1640-1695). Unfortunately, the engraved portrait of Prince William of Orange is missing. - Volume 2: 8 (of 8) engraved portraits of Franciscus Gomarus, Petrus Molinaeus (Pierre du Moulin), Jacobus Arminius, Maurice Prince of Orange, Philippe de Mornay, Louise de Coligny, Hugo de Groot, and Johannes Wtenbogaert, by Jan de Visscher (ca. 1636-1712). - Volume 3: 4 (of 5) engraved portraits of the author Gerard Brandt, Johannes Bogerman, Simon Episcopius, and Nicolaas Grevinchoven, by Dutch engravers Pieter van Gunst and Pieter Sluyter. Unfortunately, the engraving depicting the Synod of Dort is missing. - Volume 4: 4 (of 4) engraved portraits of Gerardus Vossius, Carolus Niellius, Caspar Barlaeus, and Eduard Poppius, by Pieter Sluyter and John de Leeuw. Volume 1 has the following flaws: Binding partly age-toned and darkened. Some light water-staining throughout pages 97 and 320, otherwise, pages in very good condition. Binding in overall good, interior in good- to very good condition. Volume 2 is slightly darkened along spine, otherwise in very good condition. Interior also in very good condition. Volume 3 is also slightly darkened along spine, otherwise in very good condition. Interior in very good condition. Volume 4: Binding darkened along spine, with some age-toning / light water-staing to covers. Some light to darker water-staining from page 489 on. Pages slightly rippled due to damp exposure. Binding in overall good- to good, interior in fair/good- to very good condition. Text in Dutch. About the author: Gerard Brandt (1626-1685) was a Dutch preacher, playwright, poet, church historian, biographer and naval historian. A well-known writer in his own time, his works include a Life of Michiel de Ruyter (1687, "Het Leven en bedryf van den Heere Michiel de Ruiter" - an important source on the admiral's life) and a "Historie der vermaerde zee- en koopstadt Enkhuisen" (1666, - still an important source for that city's early history).

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         A True and Faithful Account of the Religion and Manners of the Mohammetans. In which is a particular Relation of their Pilgrimage to Mecca , the place of Mahommet's birth; and a description of Medina and of his tomb there. . .

      Printed by S. Farley, for Philip Bishop and Edward Score, Exeter 1704 - 8vo (184 x 110 mm). [16], 183 [i.e. 184] pp. Signatures: A-M? N? Title within double-line border, pages 182-184 misnumbered 181-183, a few mispaginations elsewhere. Bound in contemporary calf, spine with raised bands and recent gilt lettering piece in 1st compartment (extremities slightly rubbed, light chipping at head of spine, corners bumped), red-dyed edges. Text generally quite clean and crisp, rust-spot to blank margin of leaf I8, paper flaw to lower corner of leaf E1. Provenance: C. Harward (signature to free-endpaper dated [17]59); Bath Library (unobtrusive blindstamp to title and a few leaves elsewhere). A fine, wide-margined copy in original binding. ---- RARE FIRST EDITION of the first authentic record by an Englishman of the pilgrimage to Mecca. Pitts was forced into captivity as a slave at Algiers in 1679 when the merchantman in which he was sailing was captured by an Algerian pirate ship. In 1680, after torture led him to make a declaration of his conversion to Islam, he accompanied his master on the pilgrimage to Mecca via Cairo - of which he gives a very graphic account - Suez and Jeddah. After fifteen years captivity he succeeded in escaping but on his first night back in England was impressed for the navy, from which with difficulty he obtained his release. Pitts gives a brief but sensible and consistent account of what he saw during his pilgrimage. His narrative was the first and most detailed description of the religion of Islam and the manners of Muslims written by a European during the seventeenth century. - Visit our website for additional images and information. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Optices lbri tres: Accedunt ejusdem lectiones opticae, Et Opuscula omnia ad lucem & Colores pertinentia. sumpta et Transactionibus Philosophicis.

      Editio altera Patavina. kl.-4. XX, 165 S., 1 w. Bl., 2 Bll., 110 S., 1 w. Bl., 93 (1) S. Mit 42 gefalt. Kupfertaf. HLdr. d. Z. m. goldgeprägt. Rückentit. - (Opera omina) Gray 185 Wallis 185 - Komplette Ausgabe. Als Ergebnis seiner Arbeiten mit dem Spiegelteleskop veröffentlichte er seine neue Theorie über das Licht und die Farben, die 1704 die Grundlage für das Hauptwerk Opticks or a treatise of the reflections, refractions, inflections and colours of light bildeten.

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         \"Le Cours du Rhin\". Dreiteilige Rheinlaufkarte von Schaffhausen bis Bonn.

       3 grenzkol. Kupferstiche nach G. Delisle, dat. 1704, je ca. 48 x 63 cm. Von drei Platten gedruckte Rheinlaufkarte. Jede Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. - Gering braunfleckig, sonst wohl erhalten. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Spezialkarten, Landkarten

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         Autograph Manuscript, Signed, "Tho: Fiske" being a "true coppie out of Wenham Towne Books" naming Thomas Fiske as town Clerk

      1704. 1 vols. 14 x 5 cm. About fine. 1 vols. 14 x 5 cm. FOREMAN OF THE JURY THAT CONVICTED REBECCA NURSE OF WITCHCRAFT. Known as "the patriarch of the town" of Wenham, Massachusetts, Thomas Fiske (c.1630-1707), served at various times as a representative of the General Court, captain of the Colony forces, town treasurer, deputy of the general court, moderator of town meetings, town clerk, and selectman. He is probably best know, however, as the foreman of the jury that convicted Rebecca Nurse of witchcraft during the infamous Salem witch trials that took place between February 1692 and May 1693.

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         The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, begun in the year 1641. [in Three Large Folio volumes] (with) The Life of Edward Earl of Clarendon, and Chancellor of the University of Ox, Containing I an Account ... II A Continuation ...

      Oxford 1707, 1707, 1704, 1759: Printed At The Theater / Clarendon Printing House 1704, 1707, 1759, 1704. First Edition . Early Full Calf. Very Good. 18" / 46 Cm Tall. Frontispieces, Plates. The Tallest Format Of The History And Life, Fully 18" / 46 Cm Tall. The History: Volume I Is Dated 1707, Half Title, Frontispiece, Title, (1), 557; Volume Ii Is Dated 1707, Half-Title, Frontispiece, Title, (X), 581; Volume Iii Is Dated 1704 [The First Edition Of This Volume], Half Title, Frontispiece, Title, (Xvii), 603, (Xix); The Life Is Dated 1759, The First Edition: Half-Title, Frontispiece, Title, Iv,133, Half-Title, 523, (Xi. Early, Probably Original Matching Full Calf Bindings Of The History, Morocco Spine Labels, 6 Gilt Tooled Bands, Ornately Gilt In Each Compartment, Elaborately Blind-Stamped Covers; The Life Is Bound In A Nearly Identical But Very Slightly Differently Tooled Binding In Imitation Of The History. Bookplates Of The Daubeney Family In Each Volume, No Other Names Or Marks. Foredges And Bottom Edges Of Page Block Colored Red. All Volumes Edgeworn, Top And Bottom Edges Of Spines Worn Down To Level Of Page Block, Joints Cracked And With Front Covers Of Volumes I And Ii Detached But Present. Contents Generally Fine, No Foxing, Just Three Tiny Wormholes At Right Edge Of First Few Pages Of Vol Ii Well Outside The Plate Mark And Text. A Scarce Printing In The 18" Tall Format With Plate Mark On The Frontispieces 13 1/2" Tall, In Excellent Condition Aside From The Two Detached Boards. Domestic Or International Insured Shipment Required.

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         Breviarium equestre seu de equestri ordine elephantino ejusqorigine progressuac splendore hodierno tractatus collectus ex antiquis diplomatibus praecipue autem ex manuscripto Iuari Hertzolmii codice etcCopenhagen ex reg majest and universit typographeo

      folio (350 x 240mm.) [6], 104, [2(errata)]p., 14 numbered  full-page plates (I-XIV; one folding), engravings in text, engraved head-piece on p. 1, contemporary calf, spine gilt  

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         Tab. XII Asiae, Taprobanam rapraesantans

      Amsterdam 1704 - La Geographia di Claudio Tolomeo curata da Gerard Mercator, è pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1578 a Colonia da Gottfried van Kempen. Successivamente, alla morte del Mercator, ci furono delle ristampe delle carte contenute nelle pubblicazioni di Jodoco Hondius e Petrus Bertius (1605 & 1619). La lastra viene utilizzata, molto dopo in realtà, per l’edizione della Geographia di François Alma, stampata tra Utrecht, Amsterdam e Leida nel 1695, 1698, 1704 (2 tirature) e 1730. Al centro del foglio manca invece il ricco cartiglio con le allegorie dell'astronomia e della geografia, qui sostituito da uno più piccolo di forma ovale, decorato con foglie d'acanto. Published for the first time in 1578 in the Geographia by Mercator, this plate was late included in all the editions of Ptolemy/Mercator published in Utrecht, Amsterdam and Leyden untile 1740. This example comes from the Amsterdam edition of 1704. Copperplate, some foxing, otherwise good conditions. Dimensioni 360 340mm

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         Miscellany Poems: as Satyrs, Epistles, Love-Verses, Songs, Sonnets, &c. [THE OUTSTANDING HALIFAX-LITCHFIELD-BERLAND-PIRIE COPY]

      C. Brome, J. Taylor and B. Tooke 1704 - Imperial quarto (36.3 x 23.5 overall, the pages 35.2 x 21.8 cm, “large paper”). First edition, first issue, before the correction slip "The End" subsequently pasted over the words "The End of the First Volume" at the foot of the last page. (A posthumous second volume of Wycherley's miscellaneous works, initially edited by Alexander Pope, was published in 1728 in octavo format.) Mezzotint frontispiece portrait (“Aetatis Suæ 28”) by John Smith (1652-1742) after Sir Peter Lely dated 1703 (CS 284.II, a notably fine impression). Collates [1l. (binder’s blank)], 1l. (frontispiece portrait verso), [a]^2–[m]^2 (title, preface with postscript, contents), 1l. (errata recto), A^4-Iii^4, [1l. (binder’s blank)]: pp. [i]-xlvi, 1-64, 63–438 (63–64 pagination repeated), plus frontispiece leaf and errata leaf; complete. Contemporary English brown calf covers triple-paneled with gilt rules, rolls and tools, rebacked calf spine in 7 compartments with raised bands, gilt-lettered maroon morocco title-piece in the second, the others gilt-tooled to style, cover edges gilt-rolled, all edges gilt, original binder’s pastedowns and rear blank, the front blank renewed. Unobtrusive scrapes, skinning and craculature on covers, some edge and corner wear, paper fillet split in front gutter, minor stains and creasing on frontispiece leaf, title leaf and final leaf, the text block nearly pristine saving a scattered handful of negligible defects, overall a very bright large-paper copy, certainly among the finest extant, complete with the errata leaf. (A bookseller’s note, apparently that of the Bernard Quaritch firm, on the rear pastedown postdating the 1951 Litchfield sale includes the encomium “Perfect.”) ESTC T144864; Foxon, W573, p. 907; Grolier Wither to Prior 1085; Hayward 138; Lowndes IV, 3005; Pforzheimer 1101. Provenance: Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax (1661-1715) (engraved armorial bookplate dated 1702 title verso); Thomas Foley, Esq. (? 1695-1749, Stoke Edith, Herefordshire) (signature lower rear pastedown); Edward Hubert Litchfield (1879–1949) (bookplate; Parke-Bernet, New York, Dec. 5, 1951, lot 1016); Walter T. Shirley, Jr. (1932-1962) (according to the Christie’s cataloguing, infra); Abel E. Berland (1915–2010) (bookplate; Christie's, New York, Oct. 9, 2001, lot 369); Robert S. Pirie (1934 – 2015) (bookplate; purchased at the foregoing sale through Bernard Quaritch Ltd). "Wycherley still had a mass of unpublished literary manuscripts of poems, scraps of poems, and the like. In the late 1690s he tried to make some money by printing some of these poems, and the bookseller Samuel Briscoe issued proposals for a subscription volume in 1696. They ended up in a dispute over money, and Wycherley was again arrested for debt. It was not until 1704 that Wycherley's large folio of Miscellany Poems appeared. It was badly misjudged. Poems on a woman's 'Fair Back-Side' and on another's 'Fine Breasts' were entirely at odds with the new, chaster sensibility, and for its preface the work has a thirty-page torrent of abuse on those 'who were my Critics before they were my Readers'. Wycherley's legacy was not only literary but also biographical. Posterity saw him as the type of the wicked, attractive, brilliant Restoration wit, rake, and gallant." -- Oxford DNB [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A BOUND VOLUME OF MOSTLY DUBLIN PRINTED PAMPHLETS RELIGIOUS, POLITICAL, AND SATIRICAL. A collection of 17 early eighteenth century pamphlets probably bound in Dublin.

      Various imprints, Frances Dickson,Dublin; . M. Gunne, Dublin; J. Baker, London; John Morphew London; E. Dobson Dublin; George Grierson Dublin; Joseph Leathley Dublin ; Ben. Bragg London. 1704 - 1721, DUBLIN AND LONDON - Fat 8vo, 7 x 4.5 inches. Bound in original full calf, panelled and decorated in blind, spine restored. Manuscript index in early hand on front free end paper. Some water staining and marginalia, some edges cut close with loss of catchwords etc, but a good example. THE PAMPHLETS ARE, (IN THE ORDER IN WHICH THEY ARE BOUND). 1/ A list of the Lords spiritual and temporal, with the Knights, of shires, citizens and burgesses, chosen to serve in the Parliament of Great-Britain, summoned to meet at Westminster, on the 17th of March, 1715. No imprint but a version of ESTC T169928 (an Edinburgh printing) but this has a different pagination this version not in ESTC. 2/ Sacheverell, Henry, 1674-1724. The perils of false Brethren, both in church, and state: Set forth in a sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord-Mayor, aldermen, and citizens of London, at the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul, on the 5th of November, 1709. *With a final leaf referring to the absence from this edition, (although called for on the title page) of 'The peril of being zealously affected', which will speedily be published . on the same paper to be stitch'd with it. This is here as No. 6 in this volume. which says London Printed and reprinted and sold by Frances Dickson Union Coffee-House, on Cork Hill Dublin. It therefore seems likely the London imprint on the title is false. ESTC 200567. Records 5 copies ; 4 copies in Ireland and 1 in the USA. 3/ Calamy, Edmund, 1671-1732.Comfort and counsel to Protestant dissenters: With some serious queries to such as hate and cast them out; and a friendly admonition to such as hate and cast them out; and a friendly admonition to such as desert them. In two sermons, preach'd first at Westminster, on March 30. And afterwards at the merchant's lecture, at Salters-Hall, on May the 20th, and June the 3d. 1712. By Edmund Calamy, D.D. [Dublin]: London: printed for John Lawrence, and John Clarke in the Poultry, and Cheapside, 1713; and re-printed for M. Gunne, at the Bible and Crown in Essex-Street, ESTC T183445 Records 6 copies; 3 copies in Ireland and 2 in USA. 4/The speech of Henry Sacheverell, D.D. Made in Westminster-Hall, on Tuesday, March 7, 1709/10. [Dublin] : London, printed: and re-printed in Dublin in the year, 1710. 16p. ; 8°. ESTC N46152 Only one copy reorded in Philadelphia. 5/ A true answer; or, remarks, upon Dr. Sacheverell's speech, March 7th, 1710. Being a modest and reasonable comparison, betwixt his sermon at St. Pauls [sic] and that at Westminster. [Dublin] : London, printed and sold by B. Bragg: and re-printed [by Francis Dickson] at the Union Coffee-House on Cork-Hill, Dublin, [1710] 8p. ; 8°. ECTC. T171380. Records 3 copies ; 1 in BL, 2 in Dublin. 6/ A Vindication of the Queen And the Present State, being A Answer to Dr Sacheverell's Sermon Preach'd at St Pauls on the 5th of November 1709.By D.W. (With a note instructing it to be bound with No 2 in this collection) [Dublin] London printed and reprinted and sold by Frances Dickson Dublin. Not Recorded in ESTC. 7/West, Richard A SERMON PREACHED BEFORE THE HONOURABLE HOUSE OF COMMONS at margarets westminster on monday jan 30 1709-10 Dublin Printed by by Francis Dickson at the Union Coffee-House on Cork-Hill, Dublin, 1710 ESTC T174082 Imperfect lacks last leaf. 8/ The articles of impeachment, exhibited against Dr. Henry Sacheverell; in the name of the Commons of Great-Britain, for high crimes and misdemeanors. Together, with Dr. Sacheverell's answer to the said articles of impeachment ESTC. N14924 Imperfect lacks last leaf. 9/. Anon (Sometimes attributed to Daniel Defoe.) Characters of the Court of Hannover: with a word or two of some body else, which no body has yet thought on. London : printed for J. Baker, at the Black-Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1714. 31,[1]p. ; 8° ESTC. T108575 records 16 copies; 11 copies in UK 6 in USA. 10/. Anonymous. By John Arbuthnot. Sometimes also attributed to Jonathan Swift. Lewis Baboon turned honest, and John Bull politician.

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         Amphitheatrum Vespasiani, nunc vulgo Il Coliseo.

      Se vend A Amsterdam Chez Pierre Mortier Avec Privil. [1704-5] - Copper engraving Image 438 x 538 mm, Plate 442 x 540 mm, Sheet 522 x 658 mm An architectural illustration of Vespasian's Amphitheatre, known today as the Coliseum. Rather than depicting the structure in partial ruins, Blaeu's study presents the monument in its original form. To the right, a section is removed, allowing for a view of the interior, and of the façades construction details. A few architectural elements are lettered (A-F), with a key in the lower margin detailing the various parts. A coat of arms, surrounded by an elaborate cartouche, is featured in the upper right corner, of the plate followed by an inscription: 'Nobilißimo Prudentißimo / D. Cornello Bicker / Domino in Zwieten, / Consuli Reip. Amstelædamensis / Tabulam hanc D. D. D. / Io: Blaeu.' This engraving was originally published in Johannes Blaeu's 'Theatrum civitatum et admirandorum Italiae' in 1663. The two volume publication featured 119 engraved plates illustrating Italian views, plans, monuments, and sculptures, with the second volume being dedicated to Ancient Rome. In a preliminary edition, a third volume relating to Naples and Sicily was issued. Blaeu's publication proved to be extremely popular, and was therefore reissued several times by various publishers in Amsterdam until 1726. This particular impression belongs to Pierre Mortier's edition. Between 1704 and 1705, Mortier reissued the plates in a four volume edition. Pieter Mortier (1661â€"1711) was an 18th-century mapmaker and engraver from the Northern Netherlands. Mortier was born in Leiden. According to Houbraken, David van der Plas worked with him on etchings for Bybelsche Tafereelen (Bible stories), published in Amsterdam in 1700. He was the father of Cornelis Mortier (1699-1783), who in partnership with Johannes Covens I (1697-1774) began the map publishing company Covens & Mortier (1721-1866). He travelled to Paris in 1681-1685 and won the privilege in 1690 of publishing maps and atlases by French publishers in Amsterdam. He used this privilege to win a similar set of privileges for printing an "illustrated print bible" in 1700. He died in Amsterdam. The Blaeu family were one of the most famous publishers of maps, globes and atlases during the seventeenth-century. Cartographers, globe makers and booksellers, the Blaeu business flourished in Amsterdam for over 40 years, until a fire destroyed their premises in 1672. They lost all of their plates, prints and stock, which effectively ruined the firm. Willem Blaeu founded the business in 1596. It initially functioned as a globe and instrument makers, but soon expanded into maps, topography and sea charts. The Atlas Novus was Willems great work; a major work which intended to include the most up-to-date maps of the entire world. He issued the first two volumes in 1635, but died in 1638 before the atlas was completed. The running of the business was passed on to his sons Johannes and Cornelius, in addition to the role of the official cartographer of the East India Company. After the death of Cornelis in 1644, Johannes continued the business alone and established his own reputation as a great mapmaker. Johannes completed his father's grand project in 1655 with the sixth and final volume of the Atlas Novus. He also produced the Tooneel der Steden van der Vereenighde Nederlanden in 1649-1653, as well as a similar set of Italian town plans which were published in 1663. Condition: Vertical centre fold as issued. Large crease across lower left corner of sheet, not affecting printed area. Discolouration and creasing present elsewhere in the margins, and a 3cm tear repair to right margin, also not affecting printed area.

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         Gesamtansicht der Schlacht bei Höchstädt i.J. 1704 aus der Vogelschau ('Grosse und Merckwürdige Schlacht bey Höchstätt .').

      - Kupferstich v. Johann Leonh. Blanck, um 1704, 33,5 x 39,5 Nicht Schefold, Alte Ansichten aus Bayerisch Schwaben. - Vogelschau zwischen Höchstädt, Donauwörth und Lutzingen. - Donauwörth mit Befestigungsanlage, Höchstädt, Lutzingen, Schwennenbach, Blindheim, Unterglauheim, Oberglauheim, Erlingshofen u. Donaumünster mit kleinen Ansichten. - Oben rechts große Kartusche mit Erklärungen mit Kriegssymbolen.

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         L’Emporio delle glorie palermitane, o vero il compendio di molti pregi della Città di Palermo, consecrato a S. Rosalia Vergine Palermitana, nella solennità di quest’anno 1704

      Palermo: Domenico Cortese, 1704. 4to (183x129 mm). [4], 138, [2] pp. and [4] engraved folding plates (signed "D. Paulus Amato Ingignerius inventor"). Signatures: †2 A6 B-I8. Decorated woodcut initials and tailpiece. Modern morocco gilt. Upper margin cut a bit short, but not affecting the text, some marginal restorations, small repaired hole on pp. 59/60 with loss of a few words, some foxing and staining, but all in all a good copy.First edition of the description of the festivals held in Palermo, in the year 1704, honoring patron Saint Rosalia. The text is attributed to Ignazio Vio in the dedication. The plates are signed by Paolo Amato, the designer and inventor of all the apparatuses. Amato was an engineer and architect in charge of the decorations for almost all Palermo festivities between the 1680s and 1714, the year of his death. Particularly impressive is one of the folding plates, showing a procession of chariots looking like galleons, which measures 1098 mm of length. The other plates show an incredible firework machine built as a castle on an island surrounded by boats, church apparatuses, and an arch."Con la llegada de la dinastia Borbón al solio español, el festino se enriquecerà con nuovos tipos de decoración; en los palacios públicos y privados, arcos triumfales, etc. Así los vemos en las últimas celebraciones del Palermo español, entre 1701 y 1713… En 1704 el carro de la santa fue sostituido por un simulacro del Bucintoro de Venecia y la máquina de fuegos se presentó come un castillo sobre una isla, rodeado de barcos…" (M. Cornelles, V. Manuel et al., eds., La fiesta barroca. Los reinos de Nápoles y Sicilia (1535-1713), Palermo, 2014)."Nel 1686 il 'valente inventore' dei principali allestimenti è Paolo Amato, il più talentuoso progettista dell'effimero che dominerà la scena palermitana fino al 1714, anno della sua morte; al di là delle iperboli retoriche utilizzate nei ragguagli a prassi festiva trova realmente in Amato l'inteprete più congeniale. Forse proprio attraverso la pratica dell'effimero egli riesce a maturare un linguaggio eterodosso e destrutturato, fondato sulla continua ibridazione di elementi naturalistici e architettonici; in tal modo è in grado di ridurre al minimo le gerarchie sintattiche, realizzando i suoi allestimenti secondo un continuum compositivo che annulla quasi completamente la distanza tra effimero e costruito: gli spettacolari apparati a marmi mischi che egli realizza in tante chiese palermitane ne sono una prova lampante" (M. Sofia di Fede, La festa barocca a Palermo: città, architetture, istituzioni, in: "Espacio, Tiempo y Forma", series VII, t. 18-19, 2005-2006, p. 65).Ignazio de Vio was a Jesuit teacher of theology, mathematics and Hebrew. Between 1693 and 1704 he published several works on the festivity of Santa Rosalia. Catalogo unico, IT\ICCU\RMSE\007911; Melzi, I, 355; Sommervogel, VIII, col. 831.

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         Histoire de la conqueste du Mexique, ou de la Nouvelle Espagne. -

      Chez Guillaume Cavelier 1704 -, Paris - 2 tomes. In-12 Tome 1: 412 pp. Tome 2: 379 pp. Reliure d'époque plein veau brun. Dos à nerfs orné de caissons dorés et pièce de titre de maroquin rouge. Tranches mouchetées. Coins émoussés. Intérieur très propre. Bel ensemble avec de jolies planches. Complet des 14 planches et cartes dont la plupart dépliantes. Rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Plate No. 40

      J. F. Bernard 1704-30, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, finely hand colored, published in the famous series ‘Over de Voortteeling en Wonderbaerlyke veranderingen der Surinaemsche Insecten’ by Maria Sybilla Merian. In very good to excellent condition.

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         Plate No. 68

      J. F. Bernard 1704-30, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, finely hand colored, published in the famous series ‘Over de Voortteeling en Wonderbaerlyke veranderingen der Surinaemsche Insecten’ by Maria Sybilla Merian. In very good to excellent condition.

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         A Plan of the Famous Victory at Bleinem, obtained by his Grace the Duke of Marlborough over the Elector of Bavaria and the Marechals Tallard and Marcin, the 13th August, 1704

      [n.d.c. 1704] - Copper engraved Each sheet 635 x 890 mm A large uncommon and separately published plan of the Battle of Blenheim, on a scale of 1.4 inches to 700 geometric paces. The map depicts the positions and movements of the troops, printed on two sheets. A large decorative cartouche in the upper left in which Mars frees himself from chains and a portrait of the Duke of Marlborough. In the top right there is a cartouche with a list of the Allied Armies and a dedication to Queen Anne decorated with allegorical figures of victory, father time, the Dutch lion and the British Unicorn. Reinier Leers (1654â€"1714) was a Dutch publisher and bookseller. Jan van Vianen (1660 - 1726) was a Dutch engraver, painter and draftsman working in Haarlem, Amsterdam and Utrecht. Vianen specialized in historical and topographical subjects. In 1703 he became a member of the Guild of St Luke, near the city of Haarlem. Condition: Excellent impression. Dirt build-up to margins, worm holes in lower section of top and bottom sheets, glue reside to lower left of top sheet, and vertical crease through both sheets.

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         Plate No: 15 (XV) Melon d' Eau [Anguria Citrullus dicta / Watermelon]

      J. F. Bernard 1704-40, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, finely hand colored, published in the famous series ‘Over de Voortteeling en Wonderbaerlyke veranderingen der Surinaemsche Insecten’ by Maria Sybilla Merian. In very good to excellent condition.

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         Plate No. 9 [Grenadier] Pl. IX

      Desnos 1704-1771, Paris - Copper engraving, finely hand colored, published in the famous series ‘Over de Voortteeling en Wonderbaerlyke veranderingen der Surinaemsche Insecten’ by Maria Sybilla Merian. In excellent condition.

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      - 1704 Francisci Oliva, Girona Tomus primus. 446 p. + index. 30x21 cm. Enc. pergamino-cartoné. Firma d anterior propietari. Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Dissertatio philologica de Lectis, Subjicitur ejusdem de lecticis veterum, Diatribe. Amsterdam, Wolters, 1704.

      12°, geheel leren band uit de tijd, (20)+334+(22) pag. Geillustreerd met titelvignet en 16 gravures, deels uitslaand. Verhandeling over het bed in de oudheid. Opdracht aan Menso Alting.

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         The History of Lapland.

      Newborough., London 1704 - vii, 416, 22pp, small folding map, plates, woodcuts to text. 'Containing a geographical description, and a natural history of that country; with an account of the inhabitants, their original religion, customs, habits, marriages, conjurations, employments etc.' 'to which are added, The Travels of the King of Sweden's Mathematicians into Lapland: The History of Livonia, and the Wars there: Also a Journey into Lapland, Finland &c.' Engraved title page missing, rebacked using most of original leather, new eps (partial only?), some small edge creasing, paper is soft but complete and holding tight. 800g Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Abcedario pittorico nel quale compendiosamente sono descritte le patrie, i maestri, ed i tempi ne' quali fiorirono circa quattro mila professori di pittura, di scultura e d'architettura [..].

      per Costantino Pisarri, 1704. In-4° (cm. 23,8), legatura coeva in p. pergamena semirigida con titolo ms. al dorso; pp. 436 in ottimo stato e fresche, ricche di fregi e iniziali in legno, oltre a 1 tavola in antiporta f.t. incisa in rame da Ludovico Mattioli su disegno di Giampietro Zanotti con le armi del dedicatario vescovo d'Arezzo mons. Giovanni Matteo Marchetti; Ex libris d'artista del triestino Alberto Riccoboni al contropiatto. Prima rara edizione del capolavoro dell'Orlandi, bestseller di divulgazione storico-artistica ristampato in molte città italiane per tutto il Settecento. «Molto notevole per il tempo suo» [Schlosser 485]. «La più comoda fonte» di storia dell'arte fatta «con molta cura» [Cicognara 2169]. Superbo esemplare.

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        Freywillig aufgesprungener Granat-Apffel des Christlichen Samaritans. Oder: Auß Christlicher Lieb deß Nächsten eröffnete Gehaimbnuß viler vortrefflichen, sonders, bewährten Mitteln und wunder-haylsamen Artzneyen. Auffs neue vermehrt (Sambt einer kleinen Diaeta, wie sich bey jeder Kranckheit in Essen und Trincken zu verhalten; Wie auch beygefügten neuen Koch-Buch, in welchen allerhand rare und denen Patienten zu verschiedenen Krankheiten ersprießliche Speisen) eröffnet werden. nun zum fünfftenmahl in offentlichen Druck verfertiget.

      Wienn Leopolt Voigt(in) 1704 - 4. Auflage. 2 Tl. in 1. [1. Teil]: 1 Bl.(Titel rot/schwarz gedruckt)., 499 S.; [Neues Kochbuch] 1 Bl.(Titel), 120 S., [5] Bl. Register Blindgpr. Schweinsldrbd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel gezogen. (Ohne die Schliessen). Einband sehr gut erhalten bis auf die fehlenden Schließen, Brandloch im oberen Buchschnitt dadurch etwa 90 Seiten im Randbereich mit kleiner Fehlstelle (ohne Textverlust, Kochbuch nicht betroffen). Feste Bindung, leicht gebräunt und fleckig, insgesamt gutes Exemplar. Frühe Ausgabe des barocken Koch- und Arzneibuchs. Weiss 2300 - Horn 125 u. 126. vgl. - Ferguson I, 255. Die Fürstin gibt ein tlw. kurioses Kompendium von "Arztneyen- und Kochvorschriften" zum besten. Die ersten Ausgaben erschienen noch ohne das separate Kochbuch. Das berühmte Arzneibuch erschien erstmals 1695. Deutsch; 1,500 gr.

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