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        MYOGRAPHIA NOVA: OR, A GRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF ALL THE MUSCLES IN THE HUMANE BODY, AS THEY ARISE IN DISSECTION: DISTRIBUTED INTO SIX LECTURES. At the Entrance into which, Are Demonstrated the proper Muscles belonging to each Lecture, now in General Use at the Theatre in Chirurgeons-Hall, London, and illustrated with two and forty copper-plates accurately Engraven after the Life, not only with their Names, but their Uses, fairly delineated on each Plate, as much as can be exprest by Figures; with an Explanation of their Names throughout the whole Discourse: As also their Originations, Insertions, and Uses, at large, in their proper Descriptions, and various useful Annotations, and curious Observations both of the Author's, and other Modern

      Sold by Thomas Sheldermine, at the Rose-Tree in Little-Britain, London. 1705 - Folio. 8 x 12 inches. frontis. + [8] + viii + [22] + x + 9-186 pp. [4], a-b2, [11], B-C2, d, D-2U1, 2X-3B2. (ESTC calls for 24 unnumbered pages between preface and treatise but we have not had the chance to compare with another copy). Illustrated by portrait frontispiece and [42] engraved plates. Includes dedications to William III and Earl of Sunderland, printing privilege, preface, 8 letters and poems of commendation list of subscribers and a Treatise on Muscular Dissection by Dr Bernard Connor at beginning; and Mathematical Disquisitions concerning Muscular Motion and An Appendix of the Heart and its Use: with the circulation of the blood and index at the end. Bound in modern half calf with marbled boards; spine divided into compartments by raised bands and double gilt lines, with black morocco labels. Some browning and occasional stains and small edge tears, otherwise a fine crisp copy. Calligraphic inscription of William Kemp, 1742 on 2nd free endpaper and abbreviated form of name on title page, with previous inscription inked out. An influential treatise on muscular dissection, based on six lectures which may have been delivered in the Surgeon's Hall. It is illustrated by a superb collection of plates, many of them full page. The work was first published in 1681 as 'A Compleat Treatise of the Muscles' and the second enlarged edition in 1698. ESTC records only one copy of this 1705 reprint in a British library (Cambridge) and one in the USA. It is stated that the description of the muscles is based on Muskotomia by Willaim Molins (1648) and the plates partly taken from Tabula Anatomica by Giulio Casserio (1632 edition). John Browne (1642-1702/3?) came from Norwich and gained surgical experience in London and in the navy, being wounded in the Anglo-Dutch war of 1665-67. About 1675 he was appointed surgeon-in-ordinary to Charles II and surgeon at St Thomas's Hospital in 1683. He published other works on medicine, including the first recorded description of cirrhosis of the liver (1685) and the best surviving account of touching for the king's evil (1684). NATURAL HISTORY/SCIENCE MEDICINE 18TH CENTURY MEDICINE ILLUSTRATED LITERATURE- NON-FICTION NATURAL HISTORY/SCIENCE

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        The Whole Duty of Man

      sp;- London Ben. Motte, 1705 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A 1705 translation of Puffendorf's theories on the law of nature. With a note to the reader and an extensive preface by the author. Baron Samuel von Pufendorf was a Germanjurist, political philosopher, economist, statesman, and historian. Among his achievements are his commentaries and revisions of the natural law theories of Thomas Hobbes and Hugo Grotius. With a previous owner's bookplate with family crest of 'Ferrars'to verso of front free endpaper with ink inscription beneath. Condition: Expertly rebound in a quarter calf binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, generally smart, lightly rubbed in places. Internally, generally firmly bound, with spotting tosome pages. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED.

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        Corpus Juris Canonici Gregorii XIII Pont Max Jussu Editum

      1705. [Canon Law]. Pithou, Pierre [1539-1596], Editor. Pithou, Francois [1543-1621], Editor. Le Peletier, Claude [1630-1711], Editor. Corpus Juris Canonici Gregorii XIII. Pont. Max. Jussu Editum a Petro Pithoeo, Et Francisco Fratre, Jurisconsultis. Ad Veteres Codices Manuscriptos Restitutum, Et Notis Illustratum. Ex Bibliotheca Illustrissimi, D.D. Claudii Le Peletier. Paris: Sumptibus Jo. Friderici Gleditschii, 1705. Two volumes bound as one. [xxxii], 492; [vi], 488, [45], 140 pp. Main text in parallel columns. Volume II has title beginning: Decretales Gregorii Papae IX. Folio (15-1/2" x 9"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges, small gilt monogram to center of front board, early hand-lettered title to spine. Some soiling, front board slightly bowed, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front joint starting at head, front free endpaper lacking. Title pages, with copperplate vignettes, printed in red and black. Moderate toning to text, light foxing and dampspotting in places. Early annotations to foot of title page and rear endleaves, neat underlining in a few places, interior otherwise clean. * Later edition. With tables and indexes. Attempts to codify the body of canon law began in earnest during the Carolingian Empire. These efforts reached fruition between 1020 and 1025 in the twenty-volume Decretum of Burchard, Bishop of Worms. The next great step was taken in 1151 with Gratian's Concordia Discordantium Canonum or Decretum Gratiani, a watershed compilation that superseded earlier collections. The Libre Quinque Decretalium of Gregory IX followed in 1234. Published in 1298, the Liber Sextus of Boniface VIII was the last great collection of the pre-Reformation era. John XXII added the final official collection, the Liber Septimus Decretalium, better known as the "Constitutiones Clementis V" or simply "Clementinae" (1317). Three more texts were added later: the Extravagantes of John XXII (1325), the Extravagantes Communes of other popes to 1484 and the Appendix Pauli Lancellotti (1563). The texts in this volume are drawn from the Correctores Romani (1580-1582), an edition commissioned by the Council of Trent. It remained the only authenticated collection of material

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        YE AGREEMENT BETWEEN NEW LONDON AND GROTON [manuscript docket title]

      [Hartford, Ct.? 1705?].. Broadside, 15 x 12 inches. Folio. Old fold lines. Light wear and soiling; a few areas of minor loss, not affecting legibility. Very good. Manuscript copy of the agreement between the Connecticut towns of New London and Groton, agreed upon at a general assembly in Hartford, establishing Groton as an independent town. The east bank of the Thames River thus became Groton, while the west bank remained New London. The agreement to incorporate Groton as a separate town included continued use of the ferry and free school for inhabitants on both sides of the river; acknowledgement that citizens of the new town would agree to pay their part of the town debt previously incurred; and the continued maintenance of various ministries and free schools as indicated. It is signed: "A True Copy, Eleazar Kimberly Secry. Extracted from Groton Records & Compared Samll. Avery, Recorder." Accompanied by a typed transcription with the note: "Purchased at Perkins Auction, Waterford, [Ct.] 9/4/31."

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        Notes on a Course of Lectures in Canon Law

      1705. [Manuscript]. Bourcier, Louis. [Notes on a Course of Lectures in Canon Law]. Pont-a-Mousson, 1705. 244 ff. Text in Latin. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). Contemporary calf, gilt spine with raised bands, speckled edges. Light rubbing to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities with some chipping to spine ends, corners bumped. "Scripsit/ Ludovicus Bourcier/ Pontimussi/ 1705" to front free endpaper. Text in small, neat hand to both sides of most leaves. Stains to a few leaves, interior otherwise fresh. * With index. This appears to be a fair copy based on a set of lectures at the University of Pont-a-Mousson, later Nancy, a Jesuit-run school supported by the Duke of Lorraine with a distinguished law school. It covers the principal topics of canon law (in the context of the local legal systems). Inherently interesting, this item is also worthy of careful study due to its potential to offer insights into the long-standing tensions between the Church and the French Crown.

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      Lipsiae: Apud Jo. Frider. Gleditschium, 1705. Soiled white hardcover binding. Interior has some soil and general wear, but overall clean and tight. Much foxing throughout. 2,138 pages + indices. Title page reads: Salomonis Glassii, SS. Theol. D. & Ecclefiarum in Ducatu Saxo-Gothano Superintendentis, PHILOLOGIA SACRA, Qua Totius Ss. Veteris Et Novi Testamenti Scripture Tum Stylus Et Literatura, Tum Sensus Et Genuinae Interpretationis Ratio Et Doctrina Libris Quinque expenditur ac traditur; qui abfolvuntur PHILOLOGIA B. Auctori fpeciatim fic dicta, Grammatica & Rhetorica Saca/ See Scan for further detail. Text on spine: SALOM GLASSii Philologia Sacrae LIB. V. Text in Latin. Rare.. Hardcover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall.

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        Carte Particuliere d'une Partie d'Asie ou sont les Isles d'Andemaon, Ceylan, Les Maldives. Alt- und grenzkolor. Kupferstichkarte von Pierre Mortier, um 1705. 59 x 47 cm.,

      1705 - Im Norden die Mongolei mit Tibet im Osten, bis zu den Malediven im Süden und Sumatra im Osten.- Braunfleck (13 x 12 cm) im unteren Kartenbereich. Kopfsteg knapp beschnitten. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Iudaea seu Terra Sancta, quae Hebraeorum sive Israelitarum in suas duodecim Tribus divisa, secretis ab invicem Regnis Iuda et Israel

      Grenzkolorierte Kupferstich-Karte von Nicolas Sanson bei Pierre Mortier 1705. 47.5x60.5 cm. - Laor / Klein 694 - Das Heilige Land eingeteilt in die Gebiete der 12 Stämme und die beiden Königreiche Judah und Israel. Dekorative große Titelkartusche mit den Figuren von Aaron und Moses mit den Gesetzestafeln, der figürliche Meilenzeiger zeigt die Erschaffung der Tiere durch Gott. Fehlstelle und Einrisse im Bug restauriert, seitlich und unten neuer Papierrand angesetzt, Einfassungslinie und Randleiste teilw. ergänzt.

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        [The World and Continents - Five Maps]

      Amsterdam: [circa 1705]. Copper-engraved maps, with original outline colour, in very good condition. 21 1/4 x 25 1/4 inches. A superb set of maps the World and Continents by the eminent Dutch cartographer Allard's World map, Planisphærium Terrestre, sive Terrarum Orbis, represents a dramatic departure from the classical Dutch tradition and prefigures and influences the great age of Enlightenment cartography that flourished in Germany and the Netherlands. In the place of the conventional allegorical personifications, he surrounds his double hemispheres with twelve additional spheres, each depicting an aspect of the Earth purely as an object of scientific inquiry. Recentissima Novi Orbis Sive Americae Septentrionalis et Meridionalis Tabula is Allard's very handsome map of North and South America. Benefiting from late 17th century French maps of the two continents, it shows all five Great Lakes and a well-delineated Mississippi River. An inset in the lower-left corner depicts what was then known of New Zealand. The cartouche is especially attractive, inhabited by exotic animals and scenes relating to mankind's eternal search for gold. Accuratissima Europae Tabula, Multis locis correcta, et Nuperimè edita is Allard's highly detailed map of Europe. The map of Africa, Novissima et Perfectissima Africae Tabula, is beautifully coloured and features a black cherub riding a lion, while a regal woman, personifying Africa, beholds the scene. Exactissima Asiae Delineatio is partially based on the large-scale maps of northeastern Europe prepared by D. Nicolai Witsen (1641-1717), the Burgomaster of Amsterdam. It is thought that he was privy to maps of Siberia, which were the result of surveys commissioned by Peter the Great. Koeman, Atlantes Neelandici, Al.1, Al.4, Al.10, Al.30, & Al.73

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        Le Nouveau Testament en Francois avec des Reflexions Morales sur Chaque Verset. In four volumes

      Paris - Andre Pralard, 1705 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A very scarce and complete set of this early eighteenth-century French New Testament. Nouvelle Edition. 'With moral reflections on each verse'. Complete in four volumes. In French. 'Pour en rendre la lecture plus utile, & la meditation plus aisee'. 'To make reading more useful, and meditation easier'. 'Imprime par l'orde de Monseigneur l'Evesque et comte de chaalons, pair de france'. 'Printed by the order of the Bishop and Count of Evesque Chaalons, peer of France'. With the pictorial bookplate of Caroli Sarolea to the front free endpaper of volume I. Condition: In the original full calf bindings. Externally, wear to the extremities and some marks to the boards. Some loss to the spines prominent to volume I. Joints cracked but holding firm. Internally, firmly bound. Ink signature to front pastedown and titlepage of volume I. Some age toning but generally clean with just a few scattered spots or marks. Overall: GOOD with a very good interior..

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        A New Map of the World

      London., 1705. Showing the Course of Sr. Francis Drake, William Schouten, and Capt. William Dampiers Voyages Round it. Size: 545 x 300 mm. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Fine condition. Attractive map of the world according to Mercator's projection, with improvements, showing the northern coast line and part of the west and south coasts of Australia together with parts of Tasmania and New Zealand. From John Harris's book on voyages of famous explorers such as Magellan, Drake, Cavendish, Schouten, Hawkins, Narbrough, and Dampier.

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        Flos Sanctorum de las vidas de los Santos. Tomo Primero

      Barcelona, por Joseph Llopis, Impressor, vendese en casa de Juan Piferrer, en la de Jayme Batlle y en la de Jayme Suriá, 1705. Folio; 530 pp., 63 pp. Ejemplar carente de portada y las once hojas de preliminares en las que los libreros Piferrer, Batllé y Suriá hacían una extensa loa de la figura del Archiduque Carlos de Austria, obviamente arrancadas dada la evolución de los acontecimientos en Cataluña. Encuadernación de época en pergamino fuerte a la romana.

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        Wieder Neu aufgerichtete und vergrösserte ... Kunst- und Werck-Schul

      Nürnberg, Zieger 1705 -1707. 21 cm. 2 Bände. (6), 1357, (57); (12), 1463, (55, letzte 2 weiß) Seiten mit 1 gestochenen Frontispiz von Marchand und über 250 teils größeren und ganzseitigen Textholzschnitten. Pergament-Bände der Zeit mit Papier-Rückenschild - Ferchl 289 (nur Teil 1) - Darmstaedter, Bergb. 103 - Bircher B 15120-21 - Engelmann, Mechan. 208 (vgl.) - Ausführliches Kompendium der Technik, Chemie, Metallurgie, etc. in Anwendung und a. auf das Kunsthandwerk. Teil 1 handelt vorwiegend über die "Feuer-Künste", und a. Scheiden von Gold und Silber, Gießen, Legierungen, Töpferei, Porzellanherstellung, Glasuren, Glasmacherei, Rubinglas, Schleifen optischer Gläser, Glasmalerei, Edelsteine, Perlen, Korallen, Herstellung des Phosphors, Balsamierung. Teil 2 enthält ausführliche Rezepte zur Herstellung und Anwendung von Farben, Firnissen, Beizen, Vergoldungen, Lederfarben für Buchbinder, Marmor, Elfenbein, Papier, Pergament, Siegellack, Tinte, Gips, Entsalzung von Meerwasser, etc. Die Holzschnitte zeigen Gefäße, Instrumente und Maschinen, und a. Drehbank, Destillieröfen, Mikroskope, Spiegelkünste, geometrische Zeichengeräte, Gläserschleifmaschine, Brennspiegel, Dezimalwaage, Beispiele aus der Heraldik sowie einige Monogramme berühmter Künstler. Vollständig und gut erhalten, Einbände etwas fleckig, einzelne Blatt papierbedingt leicht bräunlich, Band 2 Vordergelenk innen verstärkt und Einriß im Titel unterlegt. -

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        The Natural History of Oxford-shire, Being an Essay towards the Natural History of England,

      Second Edition with large Additions and Corrections,: Also a short Account of the Author, etc., [xi], 366, [ix] - index, [i],with 16 fine copper-engraved plates at pages 16, 93, 101, 106, 112, 127, 130, 143, 149, 215, 243, 245, 277, 279, 335, and 364. Large folio, contemporary panelled calf, hinges cracked but firm, no label, with the engraved armorial bookplate of the one-time Prime Minister The Earl of Rosebery, Oxford, Lichfield, 1705. Without the engraved map [as often], otherwise a very fine, clean and bright copy. * FURTHER PHOTOGRAPHS SENT ON REQUEST * Robert Plot (1640 -1696) English naturalist, first Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford, Plot entered Magdalen Hall, Oxford in 1658 where he graduated with a BA in 1661 and a MA in 1664. Plot subsequently taught and served as dean and vice principal at Magdalen Hall while preparing for his BCL and DCL, which he received in 1671 before moving to University College in 1676. By this time, Plot had already developed an interest in the systematic study of natural history and antiquities. In June of 1674, with patronage from John Fell, the bishop of Oxford, and Ralph Bathhurst, vice-chancellor of the university, Plot began studying and collecting artifacts throughout the nearby countryside, publishing his findings three years later in The Natural History of Oxford-shire. In this work, he described and illustrated various rocks, minerals and fossils, including the first known illustration of a dinosaur bone which he attributed to a giant (later recognized as the femur of a Megalosaurus), but believed that most fossils were not remains of living organisms but rather crystallizations of mineral salts with a coincidental zoological form. The favourable reception of his findings not only earned him the nickname of the "learned Dr. Plot," but also led to his election into the Royal Society of London on 6 December 1677, where he served as the society's secretary and joint editor of the Philosophical Transactions (144-178) from 1682 through 1684. Another implication of his success was his appointment as the first keeper of the newly established Ashmolean Museum in 1683, as well as his simultaneous appointment as the first professor of chemistry in the new well-equipped laboratory housed within the museum. - Wikipedia

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        Paradise Lost. A Poem in Ten Books

      London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1705 Seventh edition. Bound in period 18th century calf, spine rebacked in polished calf with five raised bands, leather label to spine, red speckled page edges. Some wear to corners, soiling to pastedowns, former owner signature to rear endpaper; internally, generally very clean.. Hard Cover. Very Good.

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        Critica Historico-Chronologica in Universos Annales Ecclesiasticos Eminentissimi & Reverendissimi Caesaris Cardinalis Baronii, in Qua ... Opus Posthumum Quator Tomis Distinctum; Ab Adventu Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Ad Annum MCXCVIII

      Antverpiae, Antwerp: Sumptibus Societatis., 1705. Calf. Very Good/No Jacket. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall. J. G. Seiller, Scaffusianus.. Complete in 4 Volumes. Elephant Folio Size 15" x 10". Original binding of mid brown calf. Six raised bands to the spine, with Gilt titles and volume numbers in the second and third and ornate gilt flower, foliage and scroll detail in the other compartments, page edges speckled red. Condition very good, the corners and edges of the boards of each volume are quite rubbed, the leather is chipped at the heads and tails of the spines with small pieces missing in places on each volume, the joints are cracked on Vol I, at the tops and bottoms only on volumes II, III & IV, but the bindings are still sound on each volume. The internal condition of each volume is Very good, tiny Monastery inscription on each title page dated 1721, faint marginal stain to 5 pages in volume I, a few sporadic marginal spots here and there, a little toning to some pages else the contents are very clean throughout, a few of the pages are still partially unopened, I doubt this book has ever been read. Volume I contains an additional main title page for the set printed in red and black and a frontispiece Portrait of Fr. Antonius Pagi, by J. G. Seiller engraved by Scaffusianus. Each volume has its own title page with an ornate vignette of a Scholar within an elaborate border. Volume I contains: Illustrissimo Et Excellentissimo Viro Domino D Joanni Baptistae Colbert.. - 4pp - with elaborate vignette and large decorative initial capital; Illustrissimo Ecclesiae Principi Domino D. Francisco De Harlay, Archiepiscopo Parisiensi - Epistola. 10pp; Prefatio Auctoris ad Lectorem - 12pp; Elogium Antonii Pagii - 3pp; Celebrum Aliquot Virorum et Scriptorum - 2pp; Approbatio Illustrissimi Et Reverendiss Aptensis Episcopi.. - 5pp; Dissertatio De Periodo Graeco-Romana - including a number of large Tables of Calendar, Date, Time Comparisons and Cycles of The Sun / Moon - 48pp; Veterum Pontificum Romanorum Catalogi Decem - 16pp; Apparatus Chronologicus Ad Annales Ecclesiasticos, Baronianum Illustrans Et Supplens - with decorative initial capital and tables including Table Of The Kings Of The Jews "Tabula Regni Judae Et Israelis", Greek Kings, Roman Emperors, Rulers In Egypt, Alexandria Etc. And a large tailpiece of a basket of flowers - 42pp; Critica Historico-Chronologica In Annales Eminentissimi Et Reverendissimi Caesaris Cardinalis Baronii. - 637pp including Kalendarum Romanum, Index Rerum Tomo Primo, Addenda et Emendada: Volume II - 889pp including Index Tomi Secundi and Addenda Et Emendanda: Volume III - 943pp including Index Rerum Tomo Tertio: Volume IV - 790pp including Index Rerum Tomo Quarto, Addenda et Emendanda. First Complete Edition of this important work, a Correction/Elucidation of Baronius Caesar's "Annales ecclesiastici a Christi nato ad annum 1198". Antonio (Antoine) Pagi, French ecclesiastical historian 1624-99. He studied with the Aix Jesuits then entered the monastery of the Conventual Franciscans Arles. He devoted his spare time to the study of history. Discerning numerous chronological errors and misstatements of fact in the "Annales Ecclesiastici" of Baronius he made it his life-work to correct them and otherwise elucidate the valuable work. Pagi's first volume was printed during his lifetime (Paris 1689); the remaining three volumes, reaching until 1198, the last year in the work of Baronius, were completed in manuscript shortly before his death. The whole work was edited in four volumes by his nephew Francisci / François Pagi and first published in 1705. Mansi embodied it in his edition of the "Annales" of Baronius (1736-59). "Critica" manifests great care historical knowledge but is not entirely free from error. His other works are: "Dissertatio Hypatica Seu De Consulibus Xsareis" (Lyons, 1682) printed also in "Apparatus in Annales Ecclesiasticos" (Lucca, 1740) "Dissertatio De Die Et Anno Mortis S. Martini Ep. Turonensis", minor treatises in defense of "Dissertatio Hypatica" "D. Antonii Paduani O. Min. Sermones Hactenus Inediti" (Avignon, 1685). From

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        The History and Present State of Virginia, in four parts ... By a native and inhabitant of the place

      London: Printed for R. Parker, 1705. 4 parts in one volume, octavo. (7 1/2 x 4 5/8 inches). Engraved frontispiece, 14 engraved plates, all by Gribelin, 1 folding letterpress table. (Inner margin dampstainied, generally light but heavier to the last four leaves of the first part and the first four leaves of the second part). 19th-century red half morocco over marbled paper-covered boards, spine in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in the second compartment, the others with simple repeat tooling in gilt, marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. Edward Everett's copy of the first edition of an important history of Virginia: "After John Smith, the first account of this colony, the first one penned by a native and the best contemporary record of its aboriginal tribes and of the life of its early settlers" (Howes). Beverly's history is the earliest written by a Virginian and is one of the most reliable and informative accounts of the early period. Beverly covers all aspects of life in Virginia, including produce both natural and cultivated, early plantations and history up to the time of writing. The finely executed plates are based on the engravings found in the first part of Theodore De Bry's Grand Voyages, i.e. Hariot's important work on Virginia with images based on original drawings by John White. "A valuable first hand account of conditions, written by a self consciously American observer of nature, Indians, political and social life" (Vail). This copy from the library of noted statesman Edward Everett of Massachusetts, whose political career including service in both the House of Representatives and the Senate, as well as a term as Governor of Massachusetts and as Secretary of State under President Millard Fillmore; Everett also served for a brief time as President of Harvard University, his alma mater. Arents 456; Church 821; European Americana, 705/21; Field 122 (later edition); Howes B410; Pilling, Algonquian, p. 43; Sabin 5112; Streeter sale 2:1098; Vail 297.

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        Commentaria de rebus Suecicis: Samuelis Pufendorfi Commentariorum De Rebus Suecicis Libri XXVI ab Expeditione Gustavi Adolfi Regis In Germaniam ad Abdicationem usque Christinae,

      Francofurti ad Moenum (Frankfurt am Main), Friedrich Knoch, 1705,. Editio altera emendatior, 2. korrigierte Auflage (Erstausgabe Utrecht 1686), 2°, 10 Bl. (Titelei, Widmung, Vorworte), 1064 S. (Text), 12 Bl. (Index), mit einem ganzseitigen, reich illlustrierten Kupferstich-Frontispiz (mit groesserem Eck-Ausriss), einem Titelkupfer, Buchschmuck und dekorativen Initialen, Pergament-Einband der Zeit mit goldener in das Pergament eingeprägter Rückenbeschriftung - und verzierung, Rundum-Rotschnitt, der Einband altersentsprechend berieben und nachgedunkelt, die Bindung zwischen Vorderdeckel und erster Vorsatzseitesete leicht angelockert (nichts lose), Kupferstich-Frontispiz mit einem groesserem Eck-Ausriss (9cm x 7cm) und an der seitlich Blattkante knickspurig, Name auf Vorsatzseite, Name und Datum auf Titelseite, sonst gutes, sauberes Exemplar, völlig frei von Stockflecken. Text in lateinischer Sprache.

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        Navigantium atque Itinerantium Bibliotheca: or, A compleat Collection of Voyages and Travels: Consisting of above Four Hundred of the most Authentick Writers; Beginning With Hackluit

      London: Printed for Thomas Bennet, John Nicholson, and Daniel Midwinter,, 1705. first edition; 2 volumes, folio (38 cm. tall x 24 cm.); [14] (beginning with title), lxvii, [1], 862, [12] (index) pp. + [6] (beginning with title), 928, 56 (appendix), [12] (index) pp., there are many printer's errors in pagination including several gaps, the actual total page count should be reduced by slightly over one hundred pages; has the 2 frontispieces and 20 plates (of 21) but lacks all of the nine maps; library markings, later marbled paper covered boards functionally rebacked in cloth but rubbed and frayed with hinges weak and some binder's blanks detached, both frontispieces age toned and tattered at fore edge, one with minor loss, text block of first volume broken into two parts and a large erasure mark on bottom edge, second volume has a small damp stain in bottom outside corner almost throughout, early leaves of both volume. Photos available upon request.

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        Navigantium Atque Itinerantium Bibliotheca: Or, A Compleat Collection of Voyages And Travels : Consisting Of 400 Of THe Most Authentick Writers ......Volume 2

      London: Thomas Bennet, John Nicholson and Daniel Midwinter London : Printed for Thomas Bennet ,John Nicholson and Daniel Midwinter, 1705 1st Edition . Folio (15 1/2" x 9 3/4") Title ,Contents ( 4), 928, Appendix (56), Index (12.). 9 full page engraved plates. lacks the Frontis of portraits and no maps present.Printers errors in pagination but text has been collated complete. Recently rebound by an experienced professional bookbinder in Dark Brown Morocco with marbled boards and endpapers,raised bands to the spine ,original plum coloured label preserved, a few minor tears in the text expertly repaired. Some staining and spotting throughout but overall a very clean copy. Fascinating accounts of many of the most important voyages made in the early years of exploration.. 1st. 1/2 Morocco,marbled Boards. Very Good/No d/wrapper. Travel.

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        Navigantium atque Itinerantium Bibliotheca: or, a compleat Collection of Voyages and Travels: (Two Vols): Consisting of above Four Hundred of the most Authentick Writers; beginning with Hackluit, Purchass, &c. in English; Ramusio in Italian; Thevenot, &c. in French; De Bry, and Grynaei Novus Orbis in Latin; the Dutch East-India Company in Dutch: .....

      London:: Thomas Bennet, John Nicholson, & Daniel Midwinter,, 1705.. First edition.. Hardcover. Near Fine. The two folio volumes complete, with all 9 folding maps and 28 plates (some folding, and including frontises) - thus exceeding the usual count of 23. There are library stamps to the verso of the title pages, and each map and plate has a small purple mark where a library stamp to its back has bled through. The second volume has also been grangerized at an early date (18th/19thC) with the addition of two double pages of plates. Occasional very minor foxing or soiling, and there is some staining to the central section of the very large world map: contents otherwise markedly clean. Old worm damage to page edges: more severe perforations have been neatly professionally repaired: very few encroachments onto the print. Marbled endpapers, all edges gilt, in a modern binding of polished full panel calf after the style of the period. Fresh, firm and bright, with spines decorated in blind with five ornamental raised bands and red labels. Pagination eccentric, but: Vol I: [xvi] (frontis, title, dedication, preface, contents (6pp), subscribers), lxvii (introduction), [i] blank, 862pp, [xiv] (indeces); Vol II: [viii] (frontis, title, contents (4pp)), 928pp, 56pp(appendices), [x] (indeces). A very nice set of these wonderful compendia. [EXTRA Heavy Item]

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        Imperatorum Romanorum a Julio Caesare ad Heraclium usque, Numismata Aurea, Excellentissimi, dum viveret, Caroli ducis Croii et Arschotani &c. Magno & sumptuoso studio collecta, Nec minore fide, atque industriâ Jacobi de Bie ex archetypis in aes incisa, Brevi & Historico Commentario explicata, Nunc in Usum Studiosae Antiquitatum Iuventutis

      Berolini, Andr. Rüdiger [Berlin, Johannes Andreas Rüdigerus], 1705.. Octavo. (205 x 170mm). Pp. (xxii), 175. Plus 64 numbered copperplates leaves, each with 12 illustrations of coins. Engraved frontispiece and engraved portrait. Handsome woodcut head-and tail-pieces and initials. Title printed in red and black; old inscription in neat contemporary hand to first free endpaper. Hardcover, bound in contemporary vellum, manuscript lettering to spine. Plates browned as usual in this edition due to stock quality. Overall a fine copy, neatly preserved. - - The present Berlin edition, printed by Johannes Andreas Rüdigerus, was preceded by the Antwerp editions of 1615 and 1627 (Beller), and followed by the enlarged, 1738 Amsterdam edition (Schagen).

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      London: Printed for R. Wellington, 1705 Seventh and final quarto edition. Lightly browned with some spotting and marginal dampstaining, small stain to title affecting advertisement at foot. Modern speckled tan three-quarter calf and marbled boards, gold-stamped red morocco spine label. Housed in a brown cloth folding box. Quartos represent the earliest and rarest printed material offered by William Shakespeare. Seldomly surviving the 17th century, they were sold unbound and usually used for the stage by actors. Othello was first published in quarto format in 1622 and was then included in the First Folio edition of collected plays. It is one of Shakespeare's most popular tragedies, conveying important lessons about love, war, and racism. The ambiguity of Othello's race is one of the most intriguing and enduring aspects of the play. Although generally described to be dark-skinned, it is unknown whether he is African, Arab, or a dark-skinned European. Othello experiences discrimination while serving as a soldier in Europe, but his devoted wife Desdemona sees him only for his merits. Othello is timeless, warning us of the perils of self-isolation and the necessity of unconditional love.. Hard Cover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Description de la Livonie, avec une relation de l'origine, du progres, et de la decadence de l'ordre Teutonique

      Utrecht: Ches Guillaume van Poolsum,, 1705. Des revolutions, qui sont arrivees en ce pays jusqu'q notre temps, avec les guerres, que les Polonois, les Suedois, et les Moscovites ont eues ensemble pour cette province. On y decrit les duchez de Courlande et de Semigalle, et la province de Pilten. Enfin on y trouve le voyage de l'auteur de Livonie en Hollande l'an 1698. Avec quelques remarques sur la Prusse, Brandebourg, Hanover, Hesse et plusieurs autres cours d'Allemagne; first edition in French, translated from the English; 16mo (leaves 16.5 cm. tall), [8 leaves] (beginning with title in red and black, 394 pp., portrait frontispiece, small folding map, contemporary full calf with spine decorated in compartments and a red leather label, edges sprinkled red; binding rubbed at extremities with a chip at bottom fore edge of back cover, minor penciling on binder's blank, portrait cut sh. Photos available upon request.

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        Carte de Louisane et Pays Voisins Pour sevir a I' Historie Generale des Voyages.

      Small folio sheet, 30.5 x 22.4 cm (12" x 8.8"), uncolored. A little aging and browning in the right margin, creased a little at folds, slight tear or nick in lower margin; very clear impression and in very nice condition overall. Bellin (1705-1772) born in Paris and educated as engineer, became a cartographer to the King of France, and was known for his prolific output (Tooley: The Mapping of America). This excellent colonial period map is after Delisle's map of the Mississippi and Louisiana. Finely engraved, with considerable detail, the map shows the Louisiana territory extending from the great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico, but also includes New Mexico (showing Santa Fe), parts of Northern Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas. Many Indian place names (including Apaches), forts and European settlements are shown. Map also has small, but attractive decorative cartouche. Tooley: Mapping of America.

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        The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, abridg'd from 1662 to 1733

      London: Bennet, 1705 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 7 Vols. in 8 Parts. 167 engraved plates, 4to. Vol. 1: LOWTHORP, John, 4th edition, 1731; Vol. 2: LOWTHORP, John, 1st edition, 1705; Vol. 3: LOWTHORP, John, 4th edition, 1731; Vol. 4: JONES, Henry, 2nd edition, 1731; Vol. 5: JONES, Henry, 2nd edition, 1731; Vol. 6: EAMES, John & MARTYN, John, 1st edition, 1734; Vol. 7: EAMES, John & MARTYN, John, 1st edition, 1734. Uniformly bound in early 19th century half calf, heavily rubbed, interior clean and unfoxed. With the armorial bookplates of Lord Strathallan on inner front covers. ---- The leading scientific publication of its day, comprising summaries of the most important scientific and mathematical work submitted to the Royal Society. 1705-1734.

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        The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended

      London: Tonson Osborn and Longman. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION, complete with three folding engraved plates of the Temple of Solomon. "In his old age, Newton turned again to the theological interests that had burned with consuming intensity during the years of his early manhood... In the years 1705-1710, he returned to theology with renewed vigor, and for all his editions of the Principia and Opticks, theology was the primary occupation of his old age... Newton's conclusions in theology had been as radical as his conclusions in natural philosophy. So far they had seen the light of day only within a limited circle of trusted confidants... "Newton had been at work revising his interpretation of the prophesies and other theological works for about ten years when Caroline, princess of Wales, heard about his new principles of chronology in 1716. Interested, she summoned Newton and asked for a copy of what he had written. Newton never lightly surrendered one of his compositions. He had even less desire to hand over to the princess of Wales a treatise which might still have contained assertions heretical enough to secure his instant dismissal from the Mint. Well schooled as he was in the art of delay, he pleaded that the work was 'imperfect and confus'd,' but he knew very well that one did not dally with a royal command. In haste he drew up an 'Abstract' of his chronology, what was later called the 'Short Chronology,' which put the work into 'that shape the preperest for her Perusal...,' and delivered it to the princess in a few days. By themselves, cut off from the 'Origines' which was their source, there was nothing very novel in the ideas the 'Abstract' presented and nothing to excite odium. By disguising radical theology as chronology, Newton had made it safe enough even for royal consumption. "Newton had not heard the last of the 'Abstract,' however. A copy made its way to France where a translation, entitled Abrege de la chronologie, was published in 1724, together with a refutation composed by Nicholas Freret of the Academie des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres. Nor were the Abrege and the 'Remarks' the end of the business. Father Etienne Souciet, another expert on ancient chronology, published five dissertations against Newton's system of dates. Initially Newton, who was now an old man, undertook to ignore the attacks in order to avoid another controversy. Eventually he changed his mind and decided that he must defend himself by bringing his full treatise on chronology out. He was at work revising it when he died. We should not from that conclude that the work was unfinished. Endless revision, however minute the alterations, was Newton's fate. Conduitt published the full volume, The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended, in 1728, the year after Newton's death." (Richard Westfall, The Life of Isaac Newton). London: Tonson, Osborn, and Longman, 1728. Quarto, early full calf gilt rebacked with original spine laid down. Light wear to binding. A FINE COPY, with extraordinarily large margins.

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        Het Rechte gebruyck van des' Heeren H. Avontmael, Soo voor als na de Bedininge (sic); Bestaende in meditatien / Gebeden en Danckseggingen... De klacht van een swaermoedige Ziel over 't gebruyck van 't H. Avontmael, en een nevengaede Troost, door S. Simonides... Noch is op nieus hier by gevoegt de Reyse na Beth-EL/ of het huys Gods

      Amsterdam,: Johannes van Heekeren,, (1705).. [x], 316, 11, [i] pp. 12mo (8 x 13,3 cm.). Bound in a fine contemporary (speudo) "reliure à la Fanfare in the style of Le Gascon. Sides richly tooled in gold, panel design with drawer handle motifs and interlacings à la pointillé. Spine with 6 raised bands, in compartments gilt decorated with floral motifs (outer corners of sides very slightly rubbed). With an engraved frontispiece and 5 engraved plates. ** A very rare exemple of a frivolously binding on a Calvinistic work. There are not many Dutch (speudo) Fanfare bindings known.

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        ANALES DE ARAGON desde el año mil quinientos y quarenta del nacimiento de nuestro redentor, hasta el año mil quinientos cinquenta y ocho, en que murió el maximo fortissimo emperador Carlos V.

      Pasqual Bueno, Zaragoza 1705 - Aragón 28x19'5, 12h, 568p, 20h, texto a dos columnas. Holandesa moderna, nervios y dorados en lomo. Buen estado. El autor (Zaragoza, h. 1646 - id., h. 1705), ilustre historiador aragonés, buen escritor, poeta, conocedor de las matemáticas, dedicado a servir varios puestos oficiales de Aragón, como la Secretaría del reino, secretaría del brazo de la Iglesia en las Cortes de 1684. Diputado del Reino por las Cortes en 1689; fue también consejero real en el Supremo de Aragón y cronista del reino desde 1701, ya que el arcediano Domer que desempeñaba tal cargo, no podía atenderlo dadas sus muchas ocupaciones. En 1705 daba por conclusos sus Anales y los entregaba a los diputados; le sorprendió la muerte tras haber redactado la dedicatoria de su obra. Otras obras suyas de historia citables son: el Prólogo a los Anales de Aragón de Dormer (Zaragoza, 1691, en folio); la Vida del Emperador Carlos V, en verso castellano; un Nobiliario del reino de Aragón, obra inédita con datos curiosos sobre familias ilustres genovesas afincadas en Andalucía y por supuesto los numerosos Apuntamientos preparados para la redacción de sus Anales que recogió su hermano, el fraile agustino Diego Panzano. También escribió muchas poesías en su mayor parte inéditas, en parte salvadas por su hermano. Una Aritmética también obra inédita; y unas Observaciones sobre los más célebres filósofos morales. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Planisphere Celeste Septentrional par Monsr. de la Hire

      Publisher, Paris 1705 - Map: Constellations of northern heavens. Circa 1705. Description: Copper-engraved view of the constellations of the northern heavens, hand-colored. Matted and framed 47 x 46.6 cm (18 1/2" x 18 1/4") under glass. Hemisphere surrounded by engraved text, depicting numerous constellations including the signs of the zodiac; the Great Bear, Hercules, Pegasus, Perseus, etc. Condition: Very good; not examined out of frame but quite likely laid down on backing board, repairing a few tears, the matting not archival. An attractive map. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Mont Vesuve

      Veduta del Vesuvio e dei dintorni di Napoli, tratta dal "Atlas Cureiux" edito a Parigi tra il 1700 ed il 1705. View of the Vesuvius and the environs of Naples, taken from the "Atlas Cureiux" , 1700-1705. Parigi Paris 343 232

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      Esemplare tratto dal primo volume del "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie" pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5 e nel 1724, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Baleu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande "libro delle città", manchevole delle piante di gran parte della parte settentrionale della penisola. Il Blaeu, durante la sua lunga attività editoriale pubblica tre volumi sulle città italiane. Nel 1663 i primi tre, suddivisi in Stato della Chiesa, Roma e Regno di Napoli e Sicilia. Alla sua morte i suoi eredi danno alla luce altri due volumi datati 1682 incentrati sulle città del Piemonte e della Savoia, poi ristampati da altri editori nel 1693 e 1697. Il francese Pierre Mortier pubblica una ristampa nel 1704/5, intitolata ?Nouveau Theatre de l?Italie?. L?opera è in quattro volumi e comprende le lastre del Blaeu, ritoccate e modificate in piccola parte, integrate dall?aggiunta di numerose nuove mappe di proprio disegno, raffiguranti le città della parte settentrionale della penisola, racchiuse nel primo volume dell?opera. L?atlante del Mortier venne pubblicato con testo latino, francese ed olandese. La particolarità che differenzia le due edizioni di Blaeu e Mortier è rappresentata dal fatto che il testo non è al verso della singola mappa (che quindi è bianca nel retro), ma si trova all?inizio di ogni singolo volume. Il grande successo dell?opera diede origine ad un?ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da R. Alberts ed edita nel 1724/5. Incisione in rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Cremonini pp. 83-90. Amsterdam Amsterdam 535 445

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        Vocabolario degli Accademici della Crusca compendiato da un'Accademico Animoso Secondo l'ultima Impressione di Firenze del MDCXCI... (1691).

      Appresso Lorenzo Baseggio 1705 Due volumi di cm. 22,5, pp. (20) 44, 694); (2) 688, 344. Solida legatura coeva in cartonato rigido con nervi passanti e titoli manoscritti ai dorsi. Qualche macchietta marginale e pochi forellini, peraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Si tratta della prima edizione di questo Compendio curato da Apostolo Zeno e che vide varie successive ristampe. Cfr. Gamba (2811):"Per cura di A. Zeno sotto nome di Accademico Animoso si pubblicò un Compendio...".

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        Theatrum Basilicae Pisanae... (&:) Appendix... -

      Roma, de Rossi, 1705-1723.2 voll. In-folio. Solide legature coeve in pergamena rigida, titolo calligrafato sui dorsi; due brevi fenditure alle cerniere e piccole mancanze al dorso del vol.II. Theatrum: Antiporta e 32 tavole inc. in rame, tra cui una stupenda veduta prospettica della basilica, con accanto il battistero, la torre e il camposanto, e varie piante, spaccati, alzate, pitture ecc. (12), 156 (recte 154), (12) pp. Appendix: 6 tavole. (2), 168 pp. Lievi fioriture e qualche carta un po? arrossata. Prima edizione di questa importante descrizione, ed uno dei rari esemplari completi dell?Appendice pubblicata 18 anni dopo. «Ces deux volumes se trouvent rarement réunis» (Brunet III, 1502). Berlin Kat. 2684. Cicognara 4041: «Le copiose e grandi tavole di quest?opera ottima sono inserite nel testo, e accuratamente intagliate in rame». Moreni II, 48: «Quest?opera... stimatissima...». First edition of this history and description of the Piazza del Duomo in Pisa, and one of the rare copies complete with the Appendix published 18 years later. With a frontispiece and 32 + 6 engr. plates, including a fine view of the cathedral, with the nearby baptistery, the leaning tower, and the cemetery, and various plans, sections, elevations, paintings, etc. Contemp. vellum (joints with two small splits, and minor faults to spine of vol. II); some light foxing and mild browning here and there, but a complete and generally good copy.

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        Terre Sainte Ancienne Moderne et Historique

      Carta murale della Palestina, pubblicata a Parigi nel 1705. Circondata da scene e rimandi che descrivono le varie fasi nella storia, al centro due carte con la Terra Santa antica e moderna mm 980x1585

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        Introduction à la Géographie en plusieurs cartes avec leur explication, par les Srs Sanson, Géographes ordinaires du Roy.

      Chès le Sr. Robert 1705 Dédiée à Monseigneur Jean Paul Bignon, Abbé de St Quentin, 1 vol. in-4 reliure de l'époque plein vélin vert, dos à 5 nerfs, Chès le Sr. Robert, Geographe du Roy, rue St jacques a St Paul, Paris, s.d. [ privilège général daté du 8 mars 1704 ], 9 ff. et pp. 2, 4-5, 8-9, 22-23, 25-86, 88-93, 95-106, 112-139 [ sans manque dans le texte, les manques dans la pagination sont imputables à l'absence des 34 planches qui s'y inséraient - on note une erreur de pagination : les pp. 131, 133 et 134 paginées 331, 233 et 234 ] Cette rare introduction, qui ne contient pas de cartes, renvoie dans son texte à diverses cartes (foliotées jusqu'au numéro 34). Si l'on peut trouver des exemplaires d'autres éditions (à l'adresse : "dans le Cloitre de St Nicolas du Louvre"), on ne trouve aucune trace d'un autre exemplaire de la présente édition. Etat très satisfaisant (sans les planches, manque en coiffe sup., cahiers lég. brunis et un peu frottés, plats lég. obtondus). Français

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        Bibliotheca juris selecta secundum ordinem litterarium disposita atque ad singulas iuris partes directa.

      Janae, Ernestum Claudium Bailliar 1705 In-8, pp. (10), 2 bianche, 480, (92), 4 bianche; piena pelle con fregi e titolo in oro. Rara seconda edizione citata dal Camus che la considera la migliore opera di questo genere, nessun esemplare censito nelle biblioteche italiane, manca al Sapori.

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        La vie de Mr. de Moliere [bound with] Le Songe de Bocace. Traduit d'italien en Francois. Suivant la copie imprime a Paris.

      [1], 200 pp., [8]; [1], 240 pp. 24mo. Three quarter gray-brown calf with saw-tooth edges over marbled paper-covered boards, gilt decorated raised bands, red morocco spine label, all edges marbled, marbled endpapers. Seconde ed. reveue & corrigee / -. For Bocace: Brunet I, 1016; Graesse I, 456; Barbier (1808) IV, p.338, 6587; Gay (4th) III, 1131. For "Moliere" OCLC & RLIN list 11 copies; Title page in red and black. "Songe" first published in Paris in 1698. Translated by M. de Premont. Signatures: *6, A-K12 (E7 incorrectly signed C7) OCLC lists only 4 copies of this edition and only one of the first. Some minor scuffing at the edges and hinge, boards rubbed, binding tight, and overall better than very good.

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        Planisphærium Coeleste

      Amsterdam: circa 1705. Copper-engraved celestial map, with full original colour. Very good condition apart from minor soiling. 20 x 23 1/2 inches. A magnificent double hemisphere celestial chart by one of the period's greatest mapamakers This double hemisphere celestial chart gives the Classical constellations north and south as well seven illustrations of various astronomical theories and phenomena including a comparison of stellar magnitudes, three theories of the planetary arrangement of our system, an illustration of lunar eclipses, the lunar influence on tides and the passage of the earth around the sun. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Sche 1 & p.119

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        Prospectus Basilicae Pisanae Baptisterij, Coemeterij ac Turris Campanariae

      1705 Incisione su rame mm. 250x400 alla battuta, margini bianchi piuttosto ampi ( marg. bianco esterno sin. di circa 5mm.). In alto a destra 'Tab 2', in basso a destra 'Dominic. Marianus Franceschinius Sculp. Romae Sup. perm. An. 1705'. Rara veduta animata (Piazza dei miracoli con figure in primo piano) tratta da "Theatrum Basilicae Pisanae", Roma, A. De Rossi, 1705. Un piccolo strappo di circa 1 cm al margine sin. abilmente rastaurato.

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        Vue et representation de la Bataille de Cassano donn?e le 16 d'Aoust 1705 / Plan de la Bataille de Cassano.

      Primo '800. Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, b/n, cm 45,9 x 58,7; 33,4 x 50 (alla lastra) pi? margini. Bellissima scena, assai decorativa, della celebre battaglia di Cassano al comando del Principe Eugenio. Su altro foglio l'incisione con il piano degli schieramenti della battaglia. Consuete pieghe editoriali, peraltro esemplari in margini, in bella impressione e in ottimo stato di conservazione (l'ingiallimento che si vede ? solo nella foto).

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        Maraviglie della natura, ammaestramenti di moralita... in milano, pandolfo malatesta, 1705.

      Cm. 19, pp. (16) 328. Bella antiporta allegorica incisa in rame. Legatura coeva in cart. alla rustica. Mancanze al dorso ed un timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta. Esemplare peraltro genuino, marginoso e ben conservato. Cfr. Piantanida (3518): ""Curiosa e interess. opera... L'A. descrive piante ed animali strani, curiosi e mostruosi (alcuni dall'America) con numerosi aneddoti e avvenimenti singolari"". Non comune.

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        Prospectus Basilicae Pisanae Baptisterij, Coemeterij, ac Turris Campanariae.

      Dal "Theatrum Basilicae Pisanae", incisione in rame all'acquaforte e bulino, b/n, cm 25,2 x 40 (alla lastra). [In bs. a sn.]: Ioseph. Et Franciscus de Milanis Fr. delin. Pisis; [in bs. a ds.]: Dominic. Marianus Franceschinius Sculp. Romae Sup. perm. An. 1705. Pubblicata in Martini Giuseppe, "Theatrum Basilicae Pisanae" (Roma, Antonio De Rossi, 1705). Bella veduta con il complesso di piazza dei Miracoli, animata da figure in primo piano. Ottima copia in margini. .

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        The Art of Painting in Oyl. Wherein is Included each Particular Circumstance Relating to the best and Most Approved Rules for Preparing, Mixing, and Working of Oyl Colours. The Whole Treatise Being so Full ... that All Persons ... may be able by These Directions, to Paint in Oyl-Colours all Manner of Timberwork ... In which is also Laid Down, all the Several Circumstances Required in Painting of Sun-Dials, Printed Pictures, Shash-Windows, etc. in Oily-Colours. The 4th impression with some alterations, and many matters added, which are not to be found in the three former editions. To which is now added, the whole Art and Mystery of Colouring Maps, and other Prints, with Water Colours. By John Smith, C.M

      London: Printed for Samuel Crouch at the corner of Popes Head Alley in Cornhill 1705 London: Printed for Samuel Crouch, at the corner of Popes-Head-Alley in Cornhill, 1705. Fourth edition, revised and expanded, first published in 1676 as THE ART OF PAINTING. 8vo. [8], 108, [4, ads] pp.; A4, B-H8. Contemporary panelled calf, rebacked with a period spine, morocco lettering piece. Some minor paper flaws, else fine. ESTC T98430 . A classic manual of "vulgar [i.e., commercial], painting" on wood surfaces, including sundials, apparently by the English clockmaker, John Smith, previously published in 1676, 1687, and 1701; and in subsequent versions of 1723 and 1769; with chapters added here on the art of coloring maps with watercolors An interesting copy, with 7 pp. of manuscript recipes in a contemporary hand inserted between the Preface and the Table of Contents. These include recipes for making Invisible Ink; how "To take Ink away from Parchment or Paper" (includes the use of a "good Deale of fresh Hors dung"); how to mix a variety of colors, including reds with "Brasil", "Purpell Colour", "Twany Colour", a "good Green", etc

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        Entretiens sur les vies et sur les ouvrages des plus excellens peintres, anciens et modernes.

      Nouvelle edition revuë, corrigée & augmentée des Conferences de l'Academie royale de peinture & de sculpture. I-IV. London, chez D. Mortier, 1705. 12:o. Grav. front,(34),248,(8) + 297,(7) + 418,(6) s. & 4 grav. plr + 371,(5) s. Titelbladen tryckta i rött och svart. + FELIBIEN, (ANDRÉ). Recueil historique de la vie et des ouvrages des plus celebres architectes. I-IV. London, chez D. Mortier, 1705. 12:o. Grav. front,(12),195,(15) s. Titelbladet tryckt i rött och svart. + FELIBIEN, (ANDRÉ). Conferences de l'academie royale de peinture et de sculpture. London, 1705. 12:o. (36),112 s. Titelbladet tryckt i rött och svart. Fem trevliga samtida marmorerade skinnbd med upphöjda bind, rikt guldornerade ryggar, ljusbruna titeletiketter och blindpressad dekor på pärmkanterna. Rödsprängda snitt. Pärmarna med obetydliga småskavanker och små maskhål i ytterfalsarna i del IV och "Recueil". Ryggen i den sistnämnda lite naggad upp- och nedtill. Innerfalsarna med spår av mask, särskilt i del I. Bra inlagor med enstaka smärre lager- och rostfläckar, t.ex. i del IV på s. 43-44 och 77-78. En reva i yttermarginalen och in i texten på s. 183 i del I. Ett litet hål med minimal textförlust i del II på s. 87. På insidan av främre pärmen till del I står "Till Ingrid v. Dardel, 27. V 1950". Mycket fin svit.. "Entretiens" utgavs första gången 1666-88, "Recueil" 1687 och "Conferences" 1669. De två sista arbetena är bundna tillsammans i en volym

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        Tortona. Ville du Duch? de Milan, en Lombardie. Exactement Dessin?e sur le Lieu.

      Amsterdam, Pierre Mortier, 1705 circa. Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, colore d'epoca, cm 42 x 52,3 circa (alla lastra) pi? margini; titolo in alto a sinistra, entro cartiglio "Tortona. Ville du Duch? de Milan, en Lombardie. Exactement Dessin?e sur le Lieu", accompagnato dalle indicazioni tipografiche. Bella pianta della citt? di Tortona, allora appartenente al Ducato di Milano. Veduta tratta primo volume del "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie" (la veduta riporta il numero XVII, in lastra in alto a destra), pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1704 - 1705 e nel 1724, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Blaeu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande "libro delle citt?", manchevole delle piante di gran parte dell'Italia settentrionale. Il Blaeu, durante la sua lunga attivit? editoriale, pubblic? tre volumi sulle citt? italiane, suddivisi in Stato della Chiesa, Roma e Regno di Napoli, Sicilia (a partire dal 1663); alla sua morte gli eredi diedero alla luce altri due volumi, incentrati sulle citt? del Piemonte e della Savoia (1682), e poi ristampati da altri editori (1693 e 1697). Il francese Pierre Mortier pubblic? una ristampa nel 1704 - 1705, intitolata "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie", opera in quattro volumi che comprendeva le lastre del Blaeu, in piccola parte ritoccate e modificate, ma con l'aggiunta di numerose nuove mappe di proprio disegno, raffiguranti le citt? della parte settentrionale della penisola, appunto racchiuse nel primo volume dell'opera. L'atlante del Mortier venne pubblicato con testo latino, francese e olandese. La particolarit? che differenzia le edizioni di Blaeu e di Mortier ? rappresentata dal fatto che il testo, nelle edizioni del Mortier, non ? al verso della singola mappa (che ? quindi bianca al verso), ma si trova all'inizio di ogni singolo volume. Il grande successo dell'opera diede origine ad un'ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da R. Alberts ed edita nel 1724 - 1725. (Bibliografia: Cremonini pp. 83 - 90). Pieter Mortier (1671 - 1711) e David Mortier, fratelli di estrazione francese, ebbero interessi editoriali che coprivano un ampio raggio comprendendo opere francesi, inglesi e olandesi. Pieter venne probabilmente iniziato alla gestione dell'attivit? editoriale a Parigi; David pass? molti anni in Inghilterra, tanto che prese la nazionalit? britannica e l? mor? nel 1728. Dopo la morte di Pieter, la vedova gest? l'attivit? finch? il figlio, Cornelis, fu in grado di occuparsene; poi, nel 1721, Cornelis inizi? la sua collaborazione col cognato, Johannes Covens, dando vita alla famosa "Covens and Mortier" (nel 1721 Cornelis spos? la sorella di Johannes Covens e, nello stesso anno, lui e Johannes diedero inizio alla loro collaborazione), una ditta che, anche grazie ai loro successori e nonostante alcune piccole modifiche apportate la nome, divenne una delle pi? importanti case di produzione di mappe e rimase in piedi fino alla met? del XIX secolo. Esemplare lievemente e uniformemente ingiallito, in tenue coloritura e in ampi margini, buona conservazione. .

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        Arte de Canto Llano Puro: Tratado theorica y practica arreolado ala mathematica; con ? hara qualquiera perfectto cantor, y staestno, encl arte de cantar esel coro. Compuesto por el Dr. Andres de la Rosa, Cathedratico de Canto ? Patriarchal Iglesia de Sevilla. Dedicado a los serores Dean y Cavildo de dicha Santa Patriarchal Yeglessia

      Sevilla, 1705, 4to., 296x194 mm., 156 ff manuscript & 50 dbl. ff music;. manuscript. eleborate gold stamped cont. red morocco, e.f., rubbed, lacks ties;.

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        Carte Particuliere d'une Partie d'Asie ou sont les Isles d'Andemaon, Ceylan, Les Maldives. Alt- und grenzkolor. Kupferstichkarte von Pierre Mortier, um 1705. 59 x 47 cm.

      Im Norden die Mongolei mit Tibet im Osten, bis zu den Malediven im Süden und Sumatra im Osten.- Braunfleck (13 x 12 cm) im unteren Kartenbereich. Kopfsteg knapp beschnitten.

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        D'Amboinsche Rariteitkamer, Behelzende eene Beschryvinge van allerhande zoo weeke als harde Schaalvisschen, te weeten raare Krabben, Kreeften, en diergelyke Zeerdieren ... Hoorntjes en Schulpen ... Mineraalen, Gesteenten en soorten van Aarde, die in d'Amboinsche, en zommige omleggende Eilanden gevonden worden

      Amsterdam: Francois Halma. 1705. First printing. Hardcover. Very good. First printing, 1705. Large folio, original or early full calf, pp. (32), 340, (44), with engraved allegorical title page, printed title page in red and black, large engraved portrait plate of Rumpf, and 60 plates of shells, molluscs and other natural history specimens the author collected from Indonesia, Java, etc. Condition is very good overall, the binding showing some wear and loss to corners, splitting to joints, loss of spine leather to head of spine, contents very good, library ink stamp on title page (and withdrawn stamp below it), no other library marks; bookplate on pastedown, plates are in excellent condition, plate 41 has short repaired tear to top edge, some faint occasional creasing (pp. 126-175) and occasional finger soil and dog-eared pages but generally in very good or better condition. The posthumously published masterpiece of conchology by this Dutch naturalist (1627-1702), rarely on the market or at auction.

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