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        Carte de Moscovie. Nördlicher und südlicher Teil in 2 Karten auf 2 Blatt. Zwei Kupferstichkarten mit Grenzkolorit.,

      Paris, De L'Isle, ca. 1706. - 49,5 x 65 und 50 x 65 cm (Blattgröße je: 54,5 x 81 cm). *Frühe Delisle-Karte des Moskauer Gebietes, gestochen auf zwei großen Karten. Die nördliche Karte enthält die Titelkartusche oben rechts, die südliche Karte ohne Titel. Wohl die früheste von etlichen Moskau-Karten Delisles. - Guillaume Delisle (1675-1726) war ein französischer Kartograph aus Paris. Delisle war der erste, der eine wissenschaftlich vergleichende Geographie anbahnte, indem er bei seinen Werken auch Reiseberichte und die Werke von Naturforschern benutzte. Er gab zahlreiche Landkarten heraus, die sich durch Eleganz und Schärfe von den früheren Karten unterschieden. - Der breite weiße Rand wurde zeitgenössisch eigens aufmontiert, vermutlich wegen der enormen Blattgröße. Sauber und gut erhalten. / Early print of this Delisle maps. The large white edges were mounted on both maps separate in contemporarily time (probably because of the large sheet size). Very good condition. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1000

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun]
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        Summa Theologiae Scotisticae in Qua Ex Fidei Lumine, S. Scripturae Oraculis, Ecclesiae Traditionibus, ac Decretis, ex SS. PP. ac Theologorum sententia, & rectae ration is ductu Religionis Christianae Mysteria, Dogmata, Sacramenta, & Leges breviter, & scholastice explicantur, & propugnantur ad mentem Doctoris Subtilis. 8 Bände = komplett,

      Patavii (Padua), Typis Seminarii, Apud Joannem Manfre, 1706,. - Tomus I.: 8 Blatt + 846 S. / Tomus II.: 4 Blatt + 567 S. /Tomus III.: 6 Blatt + 691 S. / Tomus IV.: 6 Blatt + 635 S. / Tomus V.: 6 Blatt + 828 S. / Tomus VI.: 4 Blatt + 578 S. / Tomus VII.: 8 Blatt + 604 S. / Tomus VIII.: 12 Blatt + 713 S. Pergament, gebunden, stärker berieben und fleckig, Buchrücken stellenweise leicht schadhaft, Einband mit Wurmsporen, Schnitt fleckig, Papier gering fleckig. Insgesamt gut erhaltene Exemplare mit verschiedenen Stempeln auf Vorsätzen, Anmerkungen auf Vorsatz und Titel von alter Hand, aus einer aufgelösten Klosterbibliothek >>> SPAETSOMMER-PREISE. Wir haben unsere Preise um bis zu 40 Prozent reduziert. Sie sehen den reduzierten Preis <<< Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2800 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michael Kokoschka Versandantiquariat]
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        ACETARIA A DISCOURSE OF SALLETS By J.E. S.R.S. Author of the Kalendarium.

      Printed for B. Tooke at the Middle Temple Gate in Fleet Street, London 1706 - pp. [38], 192, [50], folding table, errata. Full contemporary tan sheep boards rebacked to style. Very good with slight wear only. Contents good and tight, large margins, some general browning and spotting to some leaves, others clean; the original folding table is very good. A very good copy. Bibliographic note: a reissue of the 1699 edition with a cancel title page and is therefore identical including the errata. The preliminaries include 'The Plan of the Royal Garden'. [Keynes 106] A landmark work on salads: their cultivation, preparation and cooking. Size: 12mo (10.5 x 17cm) [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Gesammlete Briefe von dem Gelde; von dem Wechsel und dessen Cours; von der Proportion zwischen Gold und Silber; von dem Pari des Geldes und den Münzgesetzen verschiedener Völker; besonders aber von dem Englischen Münzwesen. Zum Druck befördert von J. P. S. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. Berlin, Chr. F. Voß 1762. 4°. XIII, 186 S.; 2 Bll., (187-)242 S., mit 4 (2 dpblgr.) Tabellen, Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rverg. u. goldgepr. Rsch.

      - Humpert 7065 - Kress 6023 - Masui 822 - NDB VII, 9.- Erste Ausgabe, sehr selten und interessant.- Der preußische Generalmünzmeister Johann Philipp Graumann (um 1706-1762) "war ein großer Geldtheoretiker, in Deutschland der bedeutendste seiner Zeit. Noch 1750 erfolgten im Einvernehmen mit dem König die Reformen, die Preußen ein solides, lebensfähiges, den zeitgemäßen Anforderungen entsprechendes, vom Ausland unabhängiges Münzsystem gegeben haben, das anderthalb Jahrhunderte gültig blieb und schließlich die Grundlage für das deutsche Reichsmünzsystem wurde" (NDB).- Nur leicht gebräunt u. kaum fleckig, der hübsche Einband leicht berieben u. bestoßen, sonst gut erhalten. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        1706 HANDWRITTEN MANUSCRIPT BOOK - CALLIGRAPHY TREASURE: TABLETTES CHRONOLOGIQUES CONTENANT LA SUITE DES PAPES, EMPEREURS ET ROYS QUI ONT RÈGNÉ DEPUIS LA NAISS. DE J. CHR. JUSQU'À PRÉSENT [CHRONOLOGISCHE TAFELEN BEHELZENDE D'ACHTERVOLGING DER PAUSEN.]

      Pierre [Petrus] Schenck, AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS 1706 - On offer is a remarkable testament to the art of calligraphy. An awesome manuscript book 'published' by the renowned engraver Schenck of Atlas Sanson fame. There are two [2] title pages, French and Dutch, the first being: "Tablettes Chronologiques contenant la suite des Papes, Empereurs et Roys qui ont règné depuis la naiss. de J. Chr. jusqu'à présent. Pour servir de Plan à Ceux qui lisent l'histoire profane. Présentées au Roy par G. Marcel, avocat au Parlement. Amsterdam Pierre Schenk 1706. [In Dutch: Chronologische tafelen behelzende d'achtervolging der pausen, keizers en koningen, welke geregeerd hebben federt de geboorte van I. Christus tot nu toe, dienende tot een grondbewerp aan de geenen die de wereldlijke hystorian.] A chronological atlas of the Popes and Royals from the birth of Jesus Christ. Previous owner on the fep has made a notation: Groningen J.H. De Vrier (?). Simply sensational manuscript work of very detailed miniaturized writing. Beautiful detailed vignette showing a crowned coat of Arms with two ramping lions. Dutch/Latin language. Lovely full 3-band leather binding with gold decoration (with a very small loss to some extremities and some scuffing). 7cm x 10cm - 45 pages. Good+. 48mo - over 3" - 4" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: M Benjamin Katz FineBooksRareManuscripts]
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        Les racines de la langue latine mises en vers françois. (RELIURE AUX ARMES)

      - Paris, Pierre Augustin Le Mercier, 1706. In-12, plein veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné de compartiments fleuronnés, armes dorées au centre des plats (petite fente en tête des mors), (8), 184 p. et (27) f. de table. Edition originale de ce "livre devenu rare, trop peu connu" (Diderot, 'Encyclopédie', première édition, art. "Racine",T.XIII, p. 747). "Par son excellence, peut aller de pair avec les 'Racines Grecques' de Port-Royal". Prodigieusement doué pour les langues, Etienne de Fourmont est le premier sinologue français. Il devint également traducteur et professeur pour les langues arabe (au collège royal), tartare et indienne, membre de la Royal Society de Londres et de l'Académie de Berlin. Il avait composé cet ouvrage, modèle du genre, à l'âge de 22 ans. (France littéraire, III, 181. 'Les manuels scolaires en France de 1789 à nos jours', n°700). Provenance : Pierre-François de Lattre-Doby, Latre ou Lastre-Doby (1696-1729), né à Dinant en Belgique, procureur général du Grand Conseil de la province de Liège, avec ses armes dorées sur les plats. (O.H.R., planche 1316-1). Le livre est déjà signalé comme rare au XVIIIe siècle. Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL]
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        Les Royaumes du Nort C'est a dire le Danemarq la Suede et la Pologne

      Paris 1706 - Size : 400x555 (mm), 15.75x21.875 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        Twee Vermaarde Scheeps-Togten van Thomas Candisch, de eerste rond-om den geheelen aard-kloot, gedaan in het jaar 1586. en vervolgens . De tweede behelst een ongelukkige . reys na de Zuyd-zee . met des Admiraals eygen hand Geschreeven.[Brazil]

      Pieter Vander., Leyden 1706 - 8vo. title, 64pp [4] folding engraved folding map frontispiece, and complete with four folding engraved plates. attractive later half calf, green leather title label, over marbled boards, uncut. Fine Copy.

      [Bookseller: HALEWOOD AND SONS ABA ILAB. est.1867]
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        Ramillete Poético De Las Discretas Flores, Del Ameníssimo, Delicado Numen Del Doctor D. Joseph Tafalla Negrete, Abogado De Los Reales Consejos De Aragón. Dedicado al Magnífico, y Muy Ilustre Sr. D. Manuel De Contamina.

      Manuel Román, Zaragoza 1706 - 8 hojas, incluida portada y 332pp. Muy correcto y completo ejemplar encuadernado en el siglo XIX a media piel. Lomera muy decorada con hierros al oro y nervios. Cortes jaspeados. Ex libris de la biblioteca de Antonio Pérez Gómez. =Palau, cuenta: "Contiene además de multitud de romances y sonetos, dos piezas teatrales para representar en Barcelona por la compañía de Manuel García. Desde la página 317 hasta el final: refiere las fiestas de Cañas, justas y toros que celebró la ciudad y el valor y destreza de muchos caballeros que concurrieron a ellas. Hay otros tres romances donde se refieren otras tantas corridas de toros. =José Tafalla Negrete (1636-1696) fue un poeta y jurista español, «Abogado de los Reales Consejos de Aragón», que desarrolló su actividad entre Zaragoza y Madrid. Su obra poética consiste fundamentalmente en poemas descriptivos, introduciendo algunos de los elementos que definirán el pensamiento ilustrado, como la importancia de la razón y su identificación con la luz, la aceptación de la educación de la mujer, la identificación de nobleza con virtud, y, estilísticamente, la sencillez y los periodos simples, con escasez de hipérbatos. Entre ellos hay muchos villancicos, jácaras y jacarandinas sobre santos. Sus temas, habitualmente cotidianos, anecdóticos y triviales. =El libro que presentamos editado póstumamente, Contiene 382 poemas, de los que 183 son romances, 68 décimas, 45 sonetos, 36 quintillas, 17 letras líricas, 8 redondillas, 6 canciones petrarquistas, 4 silvas, 4 madrigales, 4 seguidillas, 3 chambergas, 2 liras y 2 octavas reales. Pedro Miguel de Samper dijo: "Bien grande es la [utilidad] que encierran estas poesías de don José Tafalla, pues no siendo inferiores a los énfasis heroicos de Góngora, a las dulces suavidades de Lope, a las provechosas moralidades de los Leonardos, a la propiedad de frases de Ulloa, a los profundos conceptos de Solís, a las saladas discreciones de Montoro, ni a los vivos picantes de Quevedo, brilla con una especial gracia, que no se encuentra en los otros." Size: 4ºmenor [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BALAGUÉ LLIBRERÍA ANTIQUARIA]
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        A JOURNAL OF TRAVELS FROM NEW-HAMPSHIRE TO CARATUCK, ON THE CONTINENT OF NORTH-AMERICA.

      London: Printed by Joseph Downing., 1706. - Title-leaf, dedication leaf, 92pp. Small quarto. Mid-20th-century crushed morocco, spine and panels ruled in gilt, raised bands, elaborately gilt inner dentelles, by Zaehnsdorf. Very faint contemporary ownership signature at head of titlepage. A very nice copy, from the library of Jay Snider, with his bookplate. Keith arrived in Boston in 1702 as a representative of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, having renounced his previous fanatical attachment to Quakerism. His travels from New England to Carolina during the two subsequent years had him sermonizing before a good number of congregations, as well as taking part in several pamphlet controversies (Sabin attributes some fifty- two titles to him; see "Works of George Keith Printed in America" cited below). He preached in Yorktown, Williamsburg, Jamestown, and other locations along the coast, and made a name for himself by taking on the "stubborn and irascible inhabitants" of the colonies. An important narrative by a major figure of the period. CHURCH 827. STREETER SALE 817. CLARK I:108. SABIN 37199. William Reese, "Works of George Keith Printed in America" in PRINCETON LIBRARY CHRONICLE, Winter 1978, pp.98-124. HOWES K33, "b." EUROPEAN AMERICANA 706/141.

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        Auli Gellii Noctium Atticarum Libri XX Prout supersunt quos ad Libros MSStos Novo & multo labore exegerunt, perpetuis notis & emendationibus illustraverunt Johannes Fredericus [Gronovius] et Jacobus Gronovii.

      Lugduni Batavorum, [Leiden] Apud Cornelium Boutesteyn, & Johannem du Vivie, } Ao. 1706. - (Accedunt Gasp. Scioppii integra MSStorum duorum codicum Collatio, Petri Lambecii Lucubrationes Gellianae, & ex Lud. Carrionis Castigationibus utilia Excerpt, ut & selecta variaque Commentaria ab Ant. Thysio & Jac. Oiselio congesta.) Quarto; size of binding: 7 3/4 in. x 10 1/8 in. x 2 1/2 in. (thick), fine engraved titlepage of Aulus Gellius writing at night, by Jan Goeree (1670-1731), engraved by Pieter Sluyter (Sluiter; 1675-1713); titlepage printed in red and black with a small engraved view of Athens, with statue of the "Unknown God": [36]pp., pp. 1-903 + [63] pp. of indexes (final floral woodcut at the end features tulips among other flowers); page 325 shows four small, circular engraved images from coins or medals (to illustrate arrows), with a similar, slightly larger image of Forum Traian (Trajan), on a circular form. Bound in full old vellum, with gilt floral devices and gilt, double-line bands across the spine, with titling in ink in the second compartment: 1706. AULII GELLII Noctes, & remains of small printed, location label pasted to top of spine. The covers feature a gold-stamped heraldic device with lions (see scan), framed by two sets of double-line gilt borders with geometric floral devices on the corners of the inner border, this entire design is repeated on the back cover. Silk ties are missing, headbands are present. Vellum cover edges show light wear, tanning, and dusting to the vellum surface. Some age-related tanning to the margins of the frontispiece, page margins. Interior is generally, clean and crisp, with early vellum binding, lacking the ties, but in a well-preserved state. The scan shows the spine and part of the front cover. 1706 Leiden edition with notes by J. F. and Jacobus Gronovius, Oiselius, Thysius, Ludovicus Carrio, and others. Weight: Postage may be extra on this item. (Latin text with Greek). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.]
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        Greek introductory title] eller lærdom om daabe, adskilt fra forrige oc itzige tiders misbrug; oc igien bragt til den fôrste sundhed oc eenfoldighed: overeenstemmende med sandheds ord, troens væsen, oc Christi rigis natuer. London, tryckt iblant andre hands prædickener, paa engelsk, 1652; oc nu oversat paa dansk af Christopher Meidel, anno 1706.

      1706 - (London, 1706). Liten 8:o. (24),55 pp. Red modern morocco backed marbled boards with richly gilt joints. A gift from Bent Juel-Jensen to the Danish book historian Erik Dal.ESTC T225101. Bibliotheca danica I:255. Probably translated from Dell's "Several sermons and dicourses" (1652). With an opening article "Til den danske oc norske lutherske menighed, i London i Engeland" (To the Danish and Norwegian Lutheran congregation in London in England) on pp. (9-24), signed by the translator Christopher Meidel and dated "Chelmsford-prison" 1706. The Norwegian Meidel was sent to London as Lutheran priest but came into contact with the quakers and eventually converted to their faith. In his preface Meidel writes about the reasons for his convertion and the opposition he had met from his countrymen. Meidel had missionized for the Quaker-religion in Norway and encouraged especially "common people" to emigrate to Pennsylvania, which led him to be expatriated in 1703. In 1705 Meidel published a danish translation of a work by William Penn and later he translated works by Robert Barclay, all these were printed in London. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB]
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        Relation von dem gegenwärtigen zustande des Moscowitischen Reichs. 2 Bl., 248 S., 2 Bl. Halbpergamentbd d. Z. (Kanten berieben) mit handschriftl. Rückentitel.

      Frankfurt/M., Thomas Fritsch, 1706.. . Frühe, sehr informative Schrift über die durch Peter den Großen eingeleiteten Staatsreformen im Russischen Reich. Auch über die russischen Stände, Handel und Geldwesen, die Kirche, die Patriarchen und ihre Befugnisse. Schildert anschaulich fremdartige russische Gebräuche bei Krönungen, Hochzeiten, Kindstaufen und Leichenbegängnissen. Das Kapitel "Militärwesen" berichtet über die Neustrukturierung des Militärs nach deutschem Vorbild und seine Erfolge im Nordischen Krieg wie die Eroberung Estlands und Lettlands. - Exlibris. Titel und ein Blatt verso mit Stempel. Teils stockfleckig und gebräunt, besonders am Anfang und am Ende. Wasserrand im unteren Eck. - Nicht bei Nitsche/Stender.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Braecklein]
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        Imperii Russici sive Moscovia

      England: Christopher Browne, 1706. ca. 1706-08 Hand-colored engraving, 17.5" x 22" Between 1706 and 1708, the English publisher, Christopher Browne, undertook the re-issuing of Frederik de Wit&#39;s Atlas Maior. De Wit founded his printing-house in Amsterdam during 1648 and quickly become one of the most prominent and successful map engravers and publishers in the city, during the period following the decline of the Blaeu and Jansson establishments. While his productivity was high, producing 124 maps and 27 charts, de Wit&#39;s cartography is highly regarded for its fine workmanship and degree of accuracy. . Book.

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        Traite de la Grammaire Francoise. (EX-DONO AUTOGRAPHE DE L'AUTEUR)

      Paris, Jean-Baptiste Goignard, 1706.. In-4, plein veau marbre de l'epoque, dos a 5 nerfs orne de compartiments dores, piece de titre de maroquin bordeaux, tranches mouchetees rouges (12), 746, (14) p., grand fleuron de titre grave a la marque de l'editeur, bandeau allegorique grave (page 1), bandeaux, lettrines et culs-de-lampe. Edition originale sous une nouvelle page de titre a la date de 1706 (la premiere est de 1705), de cet important traite, cite comme l'une des syntheses de reference pour la connaissance des concepts grammaticaux au debut du XVIIIe siecle. La partie la plus remarquee est le 'Traite de l'Orthographe' ou l'auteur expose en detail les divers changements proposes depuis le XVIe siecle afin de rendre l'ecriture francaise conforme a la prononciation. Ce traite, qui devait completer le Dictionnaire de l'Academie, a servi de source a de nombreux travaux ulterieurs. Fontenelle, dans son approbation preliminaire, loue "la nettete & la solidite qui regne dans cet ouvrage". Le livre est divise en dix traites: Traite des Lettres, de l'Orthographe, de l'Article, des Noms, des Pronoms, des Verbes, des Participes, des Adverbes, des Prepositions et des Conjonctions. Homme d'Eglise, diplomate, poete, traducteur et grammairien, Francois-Seraphin Regnier-Desmarais (1632-1713) fut elu membre de l'Academie francaise en 1670 et en devint le secretaire perpetuel en 1683. (France litteraire, VII, 505) Ex-dono manuscrit de l'auteur a Philippe de Coetlogon, Philippe-Guy de Coetlogon, vicomte de Mejusseaume (1669-1709), conseiller au parlement de Bretagne. Bel exemplaire, frais, bien relie a l'epoque..

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        La Ville de Berlin, Gesamtansicht aus halber Vogelschau.

      . Kupferstich ( v. 2 Platten ) aus Toland, Relation des Cours de Prusse, 1706, 19 x 57. Nicht bei Kiewitz; Ernst, Berlin in der Druckgraphik, Schenk 14. - Dek. Ansicht in sehr schönem Druck. Blick auf die ( durch starke Festungsanlagen geschützte ) Doppelstadt "Berlin- Cöln", links die noch nicht fertig gebaute Dorotheenstadt. - Mit alten Längs- und Querfalten.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Kst.- Karte, aus "Naaukeurige versameling" von Peter vander AA, "Hispaniola / so als het door Kolumbus ontdeckt en be de Kastilianen bevolkt is".

      . 1706, 15,3 x 22,5. Krogt, Koemans Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. IV-A2. 66.15 - Aus der 1. Ausgabe ( first edition) . Oben rechts die Titelkartusche, unten rechts ein Meilenanzeiger.

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        Catalogus systematicus coleopterorum - Catalogue systematique des coleopteres - Systematische naamlyst van dat geslacht van insecten dat men torren noemt. The Hague, Gerrit Bakhuyzen, 1806. 2 volumes. Large 4to (28.5 x 23 cm). With 2 engraved title-pages, 6 half-titles, 105 engraved plates depicting beetles, beautifully hand-coloured, a few highlighted with gold, plates interleaved. Contemporary darkbrown half-morocco, spine with gold-tooled title and neoclassical patterns, marbled sides and endpapers.

      BMC NH, p. 2231; Hagen II, p. 244; Horn & Schenkling 22791; Nissen, ZBI 4259; NNBW X, cols 1127-1128. Beautifully illustrated study on beetles by Johann Eusebius Voet (1706-1778). Johann's father, Carel Borchart Voet (1671-1744 or 1745), who was employed as court painter by the Earl of Portland, had made a series of drawings of insects for King William. Johann followed in his father's footsteps and, in addition to his activities as a medical doctor and his numerous works on new versions of rhymed psalms, worked on the present systematic catalogue of beetles. Voet gives a general introduction followed by a description of the depicted species. In each volume, the text is given first in Latin, then in French and finally in Dutch, each with its own pagination and signature series. During Voet's life the first 48 plates of volume I and the first 24 plates of volume II with the accompanying text in three languages were published. The publisher Gerrit Bakhuyzen approached the heirs and received permission to publish the remaining drawings and papers. The work has been dedicated by Bakhuyzen to Adriana van Sorgen, widow of C.B. Voet, who must have been one of the heirs. The beautiful engraved plates have been accurately drawn and skilfully hand-coloured.With the bookplate of "Le C[om]te Ferdinand du Chastel" on inside front covers, some slight, occasional browning in margins, pl. 41 in volume I double. Good copy with beautiful, coloured engravings.

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        Scriptores rerum Germanicarum septentrionalium, vicinorumque populorum, veteres diversi.

      Hamburg, Liebezeit,1706.. 3 Teile in einem Band. Folio. Gestochenes Porträt, 13 Bll., 276 S., 2 Bll. (Seitenangabe 1. Teil). Halbpergament d. späten 19. Jh. mit hs. Rückentitel. Innen gering gebräunt, guter Zustand. Roter Seitenschnitt.. Kompletter Titel: Erpoldi Lindenbrogii. Scriptores Rerum Germanicarum Septentrionalum, Vicinorumque Populorum, Veters diversi, Quibus continentur: Historia Ecclesiastica et Religionis Propagatio Gestaque Saxonum, Sclavorum, Wandalorum, Danorum, Norwegorum, Svedorum &c. Situs denique & Natura omnium quae in Septentrione sunt Regionum, ipsarumque gentium vetustis Temporibus Mores ac Religiones. Praeterea Variorum Pontificu, Imperatorum (...) Cum novo Auctario et indice rerum & verborum satis locuplete. Quid in hac editione nova praestitum sit, declarat praefixa Praefatio Jo. Alberti Fabricii, D. & Prof. Publ. in Gymnasio Hamburgensi. Scriptorum Nomia atque seriem proxima post Praefationem Pgin indicabi. Hamburgi, Sumptu Christiani Liebezeit, Anno 1706. Beigebunden: - Petri Lambecii (Lambeck). Origines Hamburgenses sive Rerum Hamburgensium Liber Primus + Liber Secundus. Hamburg, Christian Liebezeit, 1706. Mit gestochenem Porträt, 2 (1 gefaltet) Plänen u. 6 Kupfertafeln, 3 Bll., 40, 144 S.; 4 Bll., 268 S. (recte 168 S.), 15 Bll. - Theodoro Anckelmanno (Anckelmann). Inscriptiones Antiquibimae & celeberrimae Urbis Patriae Hamburgensis. Editae pridem a Theodoro Anckelmanno, Heidelbergae, Apud Guil. Waltherum Academiae Typographum, Anno M DC LXIII Nunc cum novo Auctario recuso. Hamburg, Christian Liebezeit, 1706. 56 S., 4 Bll. Bruun III, 37; Wegele 367. - Zusammendruck dreier bereits früher einzeln erschienener Werke zur Hamburgischen, Lindenbrog auch skandinavischen Geschichte, in jeweils letzter Ausgabe. Die Pläne zeigen Hamburg.

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        T. Livi Patavini Historiarum Ab Urbe Condita Libri XLV. Cum Universae Historiae Epitomis:

      Venetiis Apud Nicolaum Pezzana, IT 1706 - Venice, Venetiis Apud Nicolaum Pezzana, 1706. pp. [xxiv] 1005 [1006 Blank]. Includes: Eptiome Flori in reliquos Titi Livii libros, qui desiderantur [p. 977-1005]. Near fine condition, some rubbing to the boards, chip to the spine label, armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Marbled page edges. Nice, tight copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Neujahrsblätter (Neujahrsblatt) der Gesellschaft «ab dem Musiksaal (ab dem Music-Saal)» 11 Bogen (zweifach gefaltet, 8 Seiten) mit jeweils einem gestochenen Titelblatt (meist von J. Rod. Holzhalb) und Notendruck. 1706, 1723, 1729, 1758, 1760, 1762, 1764, 1766, 1768, 1770 und 1772.

      Zürich 1706 - 1706-1772. "Einer Kunst-und Tugend-liebenden Jugend in Zürich ab dem Music-Saal daselbst an dem Neuen Jahres-Tag des 1706. (usw.) Jahrs verehrt." - teils etwas gebräunt bzw.braunfleckig, teils etwas gerändert, insgesamt gute Exemplare 950 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Neujahrsblätter (Neujahrsblatt) der Gesellschaft "ab dem Musiksaal (ab dem Music-Saal)" 11 Bogen (zweifach gefaltet, 8 Seiten) mit jeweils einem gestochenen Titelblatt (meist von J. Rod. Holzhalb) und Notendruck. 1706, 1723, 1729, 1758, 1760, 1762, 1764, 1766, 1768, 1770 und 1772.

      Zürich. 1706-1772. . "Einer Kunst-und Tugend-liebenden Jugend in Zürich ab dem Music-Saal daselbst an dem Neuen Jahres-Tag des 1706. (usw.) Jahrs verehrt." - teils etwas gebräunt bzw.braunfleckig, teils etwas gerändert, insgesamt gute Exemplare

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        L'AFRIQUE, DIVISÉE SUIVANT L'ESTENDUE DE SES PRINCIPALES PARTIES, OU SONT DISTINGUES LES UNS DES AUTRES, LES EMPIRES, MONARCHIES, ROYAUMES, ESTATS ET PEUPLES, QUI PARTEGENT AUJORD'HUY L'AFRIQUE SUR LES RELATIONS  LES PLUS NOUVELLES PAR LE S.R SANSON GEOGRAPHE ORDINAIRE DU ROY,  PRESENTÉE A MONSEIGNEUR LE DAUPHIN PER SON TRES HUMBLE, TRES OBEISSANT  ET TRES FIDELE SERVITEUR HUBERT IAILLOT GEOGRAPHE DU ROY.

      A PARIS, CHEZ H. HAILLOT, s. d. (ma 1706)Incisione originale eseguita all'acquaforte su matrice di rame, senza testo al verso, dalla bella e fresca acquerellatura in più colori lungo i confini e alla scala lungo i bordi. Altro titolo con lievi differenze rispetto al principale all'extramargine superiore; entro la cornice graduata che riquadra l'immagine, all'angolo superiore destro, elegante cartiglio con titolo, indicazione dell'autore e dello stampatore; in alto a sinistra, scale e dati. La mappa rappresenta tutta l'Africa, comprende linee di latitudine e longitudine, l'ubicazione degli insediamenti, fiumi e laghi. La carta è basata sulle mappe precedenti di Nicola Sanson, Jaillot la pubblicò sia nel suo Nouvel Atlas che nell'Atlas Francois. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo, tracce di piegature per l'inserimento in un probabile atlante composito; la parte destra del foglio lievemente più ossidata rispetto a quella di sinistra; al verso bindelle di rinforzo.

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        Onomasticum Graece & Latine. Post egregiam illam Wolfgangi Seberi editionem denuo immane quantum emendatum, suppletum, & illustratum, ut docebunt praefationes. Praeter W. Seberi notas olim editas; accedit commentarius doctissimus Gothofredi Jungemanni, nunc tandem a tenebris vindicatus. Itemque alius Joachimi Kühnii, subsidio codicis MS. Antwerpiensis; variantium lectionum Isaaci Vossii; annotatorum Cl. Salmasii & H. Valesii, &c. concinnatus. Omnia contulerunt ac in ordinem redegerunt, varias praeterea lectiones easque insignes codicis Falckenburgiani, tum & suas notas adjecerunt, editionemque curaverunt, septem quidem prioribus libris J. Henricus Lederlinus, et post eum reliquis Tiberius Hemsterhuis, cum indicibus novis, iisque locupletissimis.

      Amstelaedami, Ex officina Wetsteniana, 1706.. Folio. 2 parts in 1: (8),48,1388,(16),178,(10) p., frontispiece, 3 engraved plates. Vellum. 31 cm (Ref: Hoffmann 3,262; Brunet 4,786: 'Edition la plus belle et peut-etre encore la meilleure que l'on ait de ce lexique'; Ebert 17566: 'Bis jetzt beste Ausgabe'; Spoelder Utrecht 6)) (Details: Prize copy: back gilt, covers gilt, with the coat of arms of Utrecht within ornamental borders; frontispiece by L. Mulder; bound before this frontispiece is a full-page engraving of a triumphal arch, the coat of arms of Amsterdam, and its pride, the Cityhall on the dam-square; title in red & black; after p. 1026 there are bound 2 engraved plates showing coins, in other copies these 2 plates can be found as one fold-out plate) (Condition: Vellum slightly soiled and spotted; the prize is gone, the 4 ties also gone; inner margins of the frontispiece and the 'Amsterdam-plate' have been restored) (Note: The Greek lexicographer Pollux, 2nd century AD, left us a Onomasticon not only for the use of correct Attic. This lexicon/encyclopaedia offers also 'Realia', and is a repertorium of 'loci classici' and a source of numerous 'variae lectiones'. (NP 6,51/52, s.v. Iulius IV,17). 'The honour of reviving the study of Greek in the Netherlands belongs to Tiberius Hemsterhuis (1685-1766)'. (Sandys 2,447). At the age of 21 he accomplished the task of completing an edition of Pollux, a project that was abandoned by J.H. Lederlin. In 1717 he was promoted to a professorship of Greek at the university of Franeker, which was the start of the 'Schola Hemsterhusiana'. His best known pupil there was L.C. Valckenaer. In 1740 he left for Leyden 'where, for a quarter of a century he kept the flag of Greek flying in the foremost of the Dutch universities'. His most famous student in Leyden was D. Ruhnken, who wrote in 1768 a 'Elogium' on him which 'is one of the Classics in the history of scholarship'. (Sandys 2,451) The 'Schola Hemsterhusiana' is famous for the publishing of many works of ancient lexicographers. Hemsterhuis advised his students to use especially ancient lexica. These works could be of great use for the understanding of textual problems and the amending of texts of classical authors, and they were of great help to gain a profound knowledge of the Greek language and its vocabulary. (J.G. Gerretzen, Schola Hemsterhusiana, 1940, p. 100/1) (Provenance: Name on front flyleaf 'J. Berlage', Dutch schoolteacher at the Gymnasium of Gorichem at the beginning of the 20th century. He made there a deep impression on the young Alexander Sizoo, later professor at the Free University of Amsterdam. 'Berlage was vooral de aestheticus, die zijn leerlingen ook in aanraking bracht met de klassieke beeldhouwkunst'. (Jaarboek van de Nederlandse Maatschappij der letterkunde, 1962, p. 155; Berlage wrote a dissertation 'Commentatio de Euripide philosopho', Leiden, 1888) (Collation: a6, b-e4, f6; A-4Q4 4R2 4S-8O4, a-y4 z6) Photographs on request..

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        L'EUROPE, DIVISÉE SUIVANT L'ESTENDUE DE SES PRINCIPAUX ESTATS, SUBDIVISÉS EN LEURS PRINCIPALES PROVINCES.  PRESENTÉE A MONSEIGNEUR LE DAUPHIN PER SON TRES HUMBLE, TRES OBEISSANT  ET TRES FIDELE SERVITEUR HUBERT IAILLOT GEOGRAPHE DU ROY.

      A PARIS, CHEZ H. HAILLOT, s. d. (ma 1706)Incisione originale eseguita all'acquaforte su matrice di rame, senza testo al verso, dalla bella e fresca acquerellatura in più colori lungo i confini e alla scala lungo i bordi. Altro titolo con lievi differenze rispetto al principale  all'extramargine superiore; entro la cornice graduata che riquadra l'immagine, all'angolo superiore sinistro, elegante cartiglio con titolo, indicazione dell'autore e dello stampatore; in basso a destra, scale e dati. La mappa rappresenta tutta l'Europa, comprende linee di latitudine e longitudine, l'ubicazione degli insediamenti, fiumi e laghi. La carta è basata sulle mappe precedenti di Nicola Sanson, Jaillot la pubblicò sia nel suo Nouvel Atlas che nell'Atlas Francois. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo, tracce di piegature per l'inserimento in un probabile atlante composito; in basso a sinistra, modesta lacuna risarcita; al verso bindelle di rinforzo.

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        Kst.- Karte, aus "Naaukeurige versameling" von Peter vander AA, "Cuba en Iamaica, Soo als die door Kolumbus ontdeckt, on by de Kastilianen bevolkt syn".

      . 1706, 15,3 x 22,4. Krogt, Koemans Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. IV-A2. 66.09 - Aus der 1. Ausgabe ( first edition) . Oben links der Titel, unten links ein Meilenanzeiger. Die Karte zeigt mittig Cuba und Jamaika. Im Norden noch Florida, im Südosten Haiti ( Hispaniola ).

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        Optice: Sive de reflexionibus, refractionibus, inflexionibus & coloribus lucis

      London: Sam. Smith & Benj. Walford, 1706. <p>Newton, Isaac (1642-1727). Optice. . . . 4to. [14], 348, [2], 24, [2], 43, [1]pp. Leaf Ss1 a cancel. 19 folding engraved plates. London: Sam. Smith & Benj. Walford, 1706. 239 x 188 mm. Paneled calf ca. 1706, rebacked, endpapers renewed, a bit rubbed, corners reinforced. First and last leaves a bit soiled and stained, but otherwise a very good, crisp copy. 18th century owner&#146;s signature (A. Worden of Trinity College, Dublin), dated 1740, on title.</p><p>First Edition in Latin of Newton&#146;s Opticks (1704), the most famous English book on optics. This edition contains seven added quaestiones (nos. 17-23), which are partly devoted to Newton&#146;s support for the corpuscular (or emission) theory of light, not found in the English edition. &#147;In the new Queries, Newton expressed fundamental views on the nature of light, on the nature of bodies, on the relation of God to the physical universe, and on the presence in nature of a whole range of forces which furnish the activity necessary for the operation of the world and for its permanence. . . . The new Queries were the most informative of the speculations that Newton ever published&#148; (Westfall, Never at Rest, p. 644). The Latin edition also includes the two mathematical works at the end as in the English edition. As in most copies of this work leaf Ss1 is a cancel; the leaf was replaced because Newton had second thoughts about his original description of universal space as &#147;the sensorium of God&#148; (sensorium Dei). The Latin Optice, which made Newton&#146;s work on optics available to all European scientists, &#147;revolutionized scientific thought and made him recognized as one of the greatest geniuses of all time&#148; (Birren, History of Color in Painting, p. 20). Descriptive Catalogue of the Grace K. Babson Collection of the Works of Sir Isaac Newton, 137. Norman 1589.</p>

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        Bibliotheca Bigotiana seu catalogus librorum

      Paris: J. Boudot, C. Osmont, G. Martin, 1706. <p>First Paris Book Auction for which a Catalogue was Printed </p><p>[Bigot.] Bibliotheca Bigotiana seu catalogus librorum, quos (dum viverent) summa cura & industria, ingentique sumptu congessere viri clarissimi DD. uterque Joannes, Nicolaus, & Lud. Emericus Bigotii . . . 12mo. [8], 72, [2], 73-220, [2], 248, 59, [1], 31, [1], 31pp. Paris: Apud Joannem Boudot, Carolum Osmont, Gabrielem Martin, 1706. 161 x 94 mm. Calf, gilt spine ca. 1706, light wear. Very good. A few marginal notes in ink and pencil, including possible prices realized. 19th century bookplates of the Car[dinal] de Beaurepaire and Germain Barré. </p><p>First Edition. The Bigot library sale in 1706 was the first book auction conducted in Paris for which a catalogue was printed. The sale by auction of the Bigot family library was conducted by booksellers Jean Boudot, Charles Osmont and Gabriel Martin over the remarkably long duration of five months. This was Gabriel Martin&#146;s first catalogue, &#147;and according to Bléchet, Jean-Pierre Nicéron was an editor&#148; (North, Printed Catalogues of French Book Auctions and Sales by Private Treaty 1643-1830 in the Library of the Grolier Club, no. 12). Prior to this auction several auction catalogues for private libraries had been printed in Paris, but these libraries were sold privately and thus never went to auction. </p><p>Bookseller, publisher and writer Prosper Marchand organized and catalogued the sale for Boudot, Martin and Osmont. One of the ways in which the catalogue was notable was in its introduction into bookselling of the classification scheme organizing information into five great divisions: Theology, jurisprudence, philosophy (i.e., sciences and arts), belles-lettres and history. Gabriel Martin, one of the auctioneers of the Bigot library, promoted this scheme, which originated in the seventeenth century and may have first been applied in the Catalogus bibliothecae Thuanae (1679), the catalogue of the library of French historian and bibliophile Jacques Auguste de Thou. Book auctions in France would follow this scheme throughout the 18th century, and in the early 19th century Jacques Charles Brunet elaborated on this basic scheme in his famous Manuel du librairie et de l&#146;amateur de livres (1810). </p><p>The Bigot library was begun by Jean Bigot in the early 17th century, and continued by his son, Louis-Emery. It eventually passed to Robert Bigot, sieur de Monville, and was sold at his death in 1706. The library included that of Jean Henri Jacques de Mesmes, for whom Gabriel Naudé, de Mesmes&#146; librarian, had written Avis pour dresser une bibliothèque in 1627. At the time of sale the Bigot library consisted of 450 manuscripts and over 15,000 printed books. </p><p>At the Bigot auction many books and all the manuscripts were purchased for the Bibliothèque du Roi. Over 150 years later the Bigot manuscripts were catalogued by Léopold Delisle as Bibliotheca Bigotiana Manuscripta. Catalogue des manuscrits rassemblés aux XVIIe siecle par les Bigot, mis en vente au mois de juillet 1706, aujourdhui conservé aux Bibliothèque nationale (1877). Albert, Recherches sur les principes fondamentaux de la classification bibliographique. . . . (1847), pp. 17-19.</p>

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        GEDENKWAARDIGE REYS vanden Engelschen Capitain Robert Coverte, Eerst ter Zee; dog by Cambaye een ellendige Shipbreuck geleende hebbende, te Lande door Indostan, of Opper - Indien, Persien, Arabien, Asiatisch Turckyen, &c. met seer beswaarlijke

      Leiden, Pieter Vander Aa, 1706.omswervingen. Van Anno 1607, tot in 't Jaar 1611. Nu aldereerst uyt 't Engelsch vertaald. Text in Dutch or Flemish, translated from the English, 1706, 8vo, approximately 180 x 115 mm, 7 x 4½ inches, vignette on title page, folding map of middle east and India, 2 folding engraved plates, printed in black letter, pages: (4), 61, (5), bound in modern half calf over marbled boards, raised bands, gilt rules and gilt lettered morocco label to spine, new endpapers. Occasional light browning to pages, otherwise a very good clean tight copy of a rare travel book. There is very little information about Robert Coverte. Although styled on the title page as Captain Robert Covert, it seems he was steward on the 'Ascension' which sailed from Plymouth in 1607. The vessel ran aground going into Surat, the primary port of the Moghul Empire, but the crew escaped ashore in boats. An English merchant introduced them to the court of the Great Mogul at Agra arriving in December 1609. Coverte with his companions started out for home from Agra at the beginning of 1610 choosing to travel overland through Kandahar, Esfahan, and Baghdad. They reached Aleppo in December 1610 and then took a ship back to England arriving in April 1611. Coverte's account of his travels was first published in London in 1612 and again in 1614. Howgego, Encyclopedia of Exploration, Volume I, C211; Cox, Volume I, page 266. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        THREE YEARS TRAVELS FROM MOSCOW OVER - LAND TO CHINA: Thro' Great Ustiga, Siriana, Permia, Sibiria, Daour, Great Tartary, &c. to Peking. ... To which is annex'd an accurate Description of China, done originally by a Chinese Author:

      London, printed for W. Freeman, J. Walthoe, T. Newborough, J. Nicholson, and R. Parker, 1706.Containing, an exact and particular description of the extent and limits of those countries, and the customs of the barbarous inhabitants; with reference to their religion, government, marriages, daily imployments, habits, habitations, diet, death, funerals, &c. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1706 (translated from the Dutch, Amsterdam 1704), small 4to, approximately 240 x 185 mm, 9½ x 7½ inches, engraved additional pictorial title page showing the indigenous inhabitants and the travellers, animals and birds of countries visited by the author, signed J.D. Latet, 30 engraved plates of which 8 are folding, LACKING ORIGINAL FOLDING MAP, now replaced with a map taken from DRAKE'S A NEW COLLECTION OF VOYAGES 1768 from the section where this work by Ides was printed in edited form, PLUS AN EXTRA 18TH CENTURY MAP BY KITCHEN, ALMOST IDENTICAL TO THE OTHER MAP. Pages: (12), 1 - 191, 190 - 210, divisional title page for the China section: " A Short Description of the Vast Empire of China by Dionysius Kao A Native of that Country. Illustrated with several pertinent Annotations by a Learned Pen" starting on page 113 and finishing on page 208, followed by the Dutch translator's 2 page Postscript. Bound in full panelled calf, decorated in blind, rebacked to style with raised bands, gilt rules with gilt floral motif in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, original endpapers retained. Small old bookplate of D. Rochfort on front pastedown, occasional small pale stains to margins, water stain to top corner of Cc1, Cc2 (191 - 193), and 207 - 208, not affecting text. A very good copy, replacement folding map as noted. Evert Ysbrants Ides was a Dane in the service of Peter the Great. He set out on a diplomatic mission from Moscow in March 1692 and his journey took two years and ten months. Little is known about Dionysius Kao the Chinese author of the section describing China, other than he practised as a surgeon, was a Roman Catholic convert and travelled for many years from province to province among the Christians. His account was apparently made around 1694 but it is not known how it came to be published in Western Europe. The interesting plates show views, indigenous people and families in Siberia about their daily tasks, hunters, slaughtering dogs, travelling by sled, the Great Wall, "The Ambassador?s Introduction into the Audience hall?, with rows of elephants, possibly Beijing, the sixth Dalai Lama (1683 - 1706). Cox, Travel Literature, Volume I, 330 and 337; Cordier, Bibliotheca Sinica, 2468; Lowendahl, Sino Western Relations, Volume I, No. 282 and 294. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Three Years Travels from Moscow over-land to China,.

      "thro' Great Ustiga, Siriania, Permia, Sibiria, Daour, Great Tartary; &c. to Peking Written by his Excellency E. Ysbrants Ides, Ambassador from the Czar of Muscovy to the Emperor of China. ... To which is Annex'd an Accurate Description of China, done Originally by a Chinese Author. London, Printed for W. Freeman, J. Walthor, T. Newborough, J. Nicholson, and R. Parker. 1706. 4to. Pp. (xii), 191, 190-210 (i.e. 212). With engraved extra title, a large folding map of north Asia by G. Droogenham (short tear nicely repaired without loss) and 30 engraved plates, of which 8 folding. Including a separately title page to the chapter ""A Short Description of the vast Empire of China by Dionysius Kao, a Native of that Country"". Contemporary mottled calf, spine with five raised bands decorated in gilt and with morocco label. Hinges somewhat cracked but binding still firm. Bookplate of James Ogilvy (1663-1730). Copy of the Cullen House. Ides, a Dane in the service of Peter the Great, was sent as Ambassador to the Emperor of China during the years 1693-1695. This narrative describes the countries along the way, the customs and manners of the inhabitants, their religion, government, ceremonies of the Chinese court, etc. This expedition was also important in laying the groundwork for the Russian-Chinese fur trade. First English edition translated form the Dutch (Amsterdam 1704). The plates are those of the Dutch edition, with the Dutch captions replaced by English. ""The Russian embassy had less trouble with the enormous self-esteem of the Chinese than many earlier and later embassies. Before the Tartars became masters of China, it was almost impossible for foreigners to find admittance to the Imperial Court. Under the emperor then ruling, Kan-hi [K'ang-hsi], ministers were courteously received and enabled to transact their business as at any other court. This accommodation was contrary to the temper and traditions of the old Chinese, who opposed it as much as they dared. Kang-hi was desirous of preventing Russian encroachments upon his territories and the Czar was anxious to establish a regular commerce with China. The expedition added considerable geographical knowledge to the little that was known about Manchuria and China"". (Cox). Cordier BS 2468. Cox, I, p. 331. Lust 519. Löwendahl, Sino-Western Relations, 294 Chap I of Russia lacks (page 1)".

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        Recueil de Contredances mises en Chorégraphie, d&#39;une maniére si aisée, que toutes personnes peuvent facilement les apprendre sans le secours d&#39;aucun maître et même sans avoir eu aucune connoissance de la Chorégraphie. Par Mr. Feuillet. Maître et Compositeur de Dance

      Paris: L&#39;Auteur. 1706. Small octavo. Full 18th century dark brown mottled calf with raised bands on spine in decorative compartments gilt. 1f. (title), 1f. (dedication to Madame La Duchesse du Maine), 1f. ("Préface"), 13ff. ("Eléments, ou Principes de Chorégraphie"), 192 pp. ("Table" to recto of final leaf, "Privilége" to verso). Engraved throughout. With the contemporary signature of Elisabeth Cremon (?1739-1764) to page 2. With music and choreographic notation for 32 dances for 4 couples. Binding quite worn, rubbed and bumped; spine cracking and with early professional repairs to head and tail; gilt faded; endpapers lacking; joints slightly cracked. Slightly worn and soiled; some staining, most noticeable to gutters, outer edges of last leaves and final leaf; some signatures cracked; small portion of lower outer corners of both title and final leaf lacking and professionally repaired, with missing text completed in calligraphic facsimile. . First Edition. Rare. Derra de Moroda 931. Hirsch I 172. Niles & Leslie I p. 165. Lesure p. 697 (three copies only recorded). Not located in RISM. Feuillet, a French choreographer, dancing-master and author, "worked at the court of Louis XIV. His fame rests on his Chorégraphie [Paris, 1700], a book describing a system of dance notation that was used in Europe throughout the 18th century. He probably did not invent the system himself (although he said he had) but derived it from the original work of Pierre Beauchamps, Louis XIV&#39;s personal dancing-master. Unlike previous methods, which describe movement verbally and use letters to refer to the sequence of steps, Feuillet&#39;s system is a track notation. It represents symbolically not only the steps of the dancer, with his turns, leaps and slides, but also the floor pattern in which he is to travel. The dance music is printed at the top of the page, and the steps are marked off in a manner corresponding to the structure of the music..." "The publication of the Beauchamp-Feuillet notation meant that specific dances could easily be distributed throughout Europe. It also added to France&#39;s pre-eminence in the world of dance. Today the system makes it possible for scholars to study some of the dances in use in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, an important period for the development of the classical French ballet style and technique." Meredith Ellis Little in Grove online The present work "contains a simplified explanation of some elements of chorégraphie, here adapted for the notation of contredanses. The opening section entitled: &#39;Elements ou principes de chorégraphie&#39;... describes the symbols for the track, feet, hands, and arms; the steps; and the relation of floor patterns to musical notation. The subsequent section of notated contredanses provides music and floor patterns for 32 dances, each for 4 couples." Schwartz and Schlundt: French Court Dance and Dance Music, p. 33.

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        De jure naturae et gentium libri octo cum annotatis Joannis Nicolai Hertii.

      Frankfurt am Main, sumptibus Friderici Knochii, typis Joannis Andreae, 1706.. Editio nova, a mendis infintis, quibus priores editiones scatebant, diligenter repurgata. Quart. Ganzseitiges Kupferportrait von Pufendorf, Titelblatt mit Vignette in Rot-Schwarz-Dreuck, (24), 1.296, (14) S.; (10), 398, (6) S. Zwei Teile in einem schönen, gut erhaltenen zeitgenössischen Pergamentband.. Epochales Werk zum Naturrecht und erster deutscher Entwurf eines naturrechtlichen Systems einer Privatrechtsordnuing! Die Naturrechtsordnung von Pufendorf nahm breiten Einfluss auf die geistigen Strömungen seiner Zeit, das Werk hatte gesamteuropäische Wirkung. Übersetzungen ins Englische, Französische und Russische waren die Folge und zeigen die epochale Bedeutung dieses Werkes an. Vor allem im Ausland wurde Pufendorf rezipiert, so von John Locke und auch Jean Jacques Rousseau. Auch sein Einfluss auf die Menschenrechtserklärung in den USA ist unverkennbar. Bis zum Jahre 1684 blieb Pufendorf in Schweden, konnte auf eine außerordentlich erfolgreiche Lehrtätigkeit an der Universität zu Lund zurückblicken und wurde schließlich von König Karl IX. zum schwedischen Hofhistoriographen ernannt. Ab dem Jahre 1684, nunmehr erschien erstmals das berühmte Werk in Deutschland, versuchte Pufendorf in Berlin Fuß zu fassen. Dies gelang ihm endlich durch den Willen des Großen Kurfürsten. Versuche, ihn für die neugegründete preußische Universität in Halle zu gewinnen, schlugen jedoch fehl. Pufendorf blieb in Berlin und starb dort am 26. Oktober 1694. Im Anhang sind die Stellungnahmen von Pufendorf mitaufgenommen, die er zur Verteidigung seines Werkes gegen heftige Angriffe publiziert hatte: adversus libros de jure natruali et gentium objecta, weiterhin: Epistola ad Adamum Scherzerum, Theologum apud Lipsienses Primarium Epistola ad amicos suos per Germaniam super libello famoso, quem Nicolaus Beckmannus, quondam Professor in Academia Carolina, nunc vero cum infamia inde relegatus, mentito nomine VERIDICI CONSTANTIS superiori anno disseminavit. Epistola ad Nicolaum Beckmannum Johannes Rolletus, Scarenschmidius vapulans Samuel Pufendorf, Specimen Controversiarum circa Jua Naturale ipsi nuper motarum Samuel Pufendorf, Spicilegium controversiarum circa Jus Naturae ipsi motarum Julius Rondinus, Dissertatio epistolica super controversii, quae Samueli Pufendorfio cum quibusdam aliis circa Jus Naturale intercesserunt Samuel PUFENDORF, Commentatio super invenusto veneris Lipsicae Pullo, Valentini Alberti Professoris Lipsiensis Calumniis & Ineptiis opposita.

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        Drie voornaame zee-togten van Franciscus Draak, na America, door de Suyd-Zee en vervolgens rond-om den geheelen aard-kloot gedaan, in't jaar 1577 en vervolgens. Behelsende een naauwkeurige beschrijving der kusten van die gewesten, veele bysondere voor-vallen, en aanmerkelijke saaken. Op ordre van den admiraal beschreeven, door een sijner reys-gesellen; nu alder-eerst uyt het Engels vertaald.

      Leyden, Pieter van der Aa, 1706.Sm.8vo. Later half calf. With engraved title-vignette, folding map and 5 engraved folding plates. 45, (3) pp.* Issued in Pieter van der Aa's collection of voyages. - Famous accounts of the three voyages of Sir Francis Drake to America and the West Indies. Including the first circumnavigation of the globe by an Englishman. - (Soiled).Tiele 5; Cat. NHSM I, p.107; Howgego p.322; not in Sabin or European Americana.

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        Aanmerkelijke en geheugenis-waardige scheeps-togt, van Eduard Lopez, Portugeez, gedaan na't vermaarde koningrijk Congo in Africa, anno 1578. Bevattende een curieuse beschrijving van't selve, nevens de landen van Angola, Loango, Batta, en meer andere. Door den reysiger selfs beschreven en nu alder-eerst uyt het Portugys vertaald.

      Leyden, Pieter van der Aa, 1706.Sm.8vo. Contemporary vellum (1 hinge rep.). With engraved title-vignette, folding map (small tear) and 12 engraved folding plates. 12145, (9) pp.* Issued in Pieter van der Aa's collection of voyages. - Lopez, a Portuguese trader to Congo and Angola, wrote one of the earliest descriptions of Central Africa. - (Soiled).Tiele 5; Cat. NHSM I, p.107; Howgego p.646.

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        MAPPE MONDE GEO - HYDROGRAPHIQUE, OU DESCRIPTION GENERALE DU GLOBE TERRESTRE ET ACQUATIQUE EN DEUX PLANS - HEMISPHERES; OU SONT EXACTEMENT REMERQUEES EN GENERAL TOUTES LES PARTIES DE LA TERE ET DE L'EAU, SUIVANT LES RELATIONS LES PLUS NOUVELLES. PAR LE S.R SANSON, GEOGRAPHE ORDINAIRE DU ROY. 1706 - (al cartiglio in basso) PRESENTE A MONSEIGNEUR LE DAUPHIN PER SON TRES HUMBLE, TRES OBEISSANT  ET TRES FIDELE SERVITEUR HUBERT IAILLOT. A PARIS...1706

      A PARIS, CHEZ H. HAILLOT, 1706Incisione originale eseguita all'acquaforte su matrice di rame, senza testo al verso, dalla bella e fresca acquerellatura in più colori lungo i confini e alla scala lungo i bordi. Titolo all'extramargine superiore; al di sotto, nella parte centrale, elegante cartiglio figurato; in basso al centro altro elegante cartiglio con dati di dedica e dello stampatore. La tavola è basata sulle mappe precedenti di Nicola Sanson. Jaillot la  pubblicò sia nel Nouvel Atlas che nell'Atlas Francois. Grandiosa rappresentazione di un mappamondo con la California ancora disegnata come un'isola e con il Giappone molto ravvicinato alla stessa. Il suo grande fascino, oltre che alla decoratività, è dovuto alle citazioni dei territori ancora sconosciuti. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo, tracce di piegature per l'inserimento in un probabile atlante composito; al verso bindelle di rinforzo ad alcune pieghe.

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        SHORT-WRITING. THE MOST EASIE, EXACT, LINEAL, AND SPEEDY METHOD THAT HATH EVER BEEN OBTAINED OR TAUGHT

      London: Printed for John Hancock, and to be sold by M. Hotham..., 1706.. London: Printed for John Hancock, and to be sold by M. Hotham..., 1706.. 16pp. plus added engraved titlepage and twenty plates. Early plain paper wrappers. Covers heavily chipped and worn, soiled, spine partially perished. Contemporary ownership inscriptions and annotations throughout. Light soiling and foxing. Good. Styled on the engraved titlepage as "The 55th Edition newly corrected and amended," and the ninth edition listed in ESTC. Metcalfe&#39;s work on shorthand was first entered into Stationers&#39; Hall in 1633, though no copy is extant; the first edition listed in ESTC is dated 1652 and billed on the titlepage as the eighth edition. Metcalfe&#39;s work intersperses a treatise on shorthand with engraved plates showing the various squiggles and symbols that represent different words and letters. Rare in any edition, with only three copies of this edition listed in ESTC - National Library of Scotland, Maine Historical Society, and the University of Illinois. ESTC T174124.

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        L'ASIE, DIVISÉE SUIVANT L'ESTENDUE DE SES PRINCIPALES REGIONS, ET OU PEUVENT VOIR L'ESTENDUE DES EMPIRES MONARCHIES  ROYAUMES ET ESTATS QUI PARTAGENT PRESENTENIENT L'ASIE, RECUEILLI DE DIVERS MEMOIRES ET SUR LES RELATIONS  LES PLUS NOUVELLES PAR LE S.R SANSON GEOGRAPHE ORDINAIRE DU ROY,  PRESENTÉE A MONSEIGNEUR LE DAUPHIN PER SON TRES HUMBLE, TRES OBEISSANT  ET TRES FIDELE SERVITEUR HUBERT IAILLOT.

      A PARIS, CHEZ H. HAILLOT, s. d. (ma 1706)Incisione originale eseguita all'acquaforte su matrice di rame, senza testo al verso, dalla bella e fresca acquerellatura in più colori lungo i confini e alla scala lungo i bordi. Altro titolo con lievi differenze rispetto al principale all'extramargine superiore; entro la cornice graduata che riquadra l'immagine, all'angolo superiore sinistro, elegante cartiglio con titolo, indicazione dell'autore e dello stampatore; in alto a destra, edicola con scale e dati. La mappa rappresenta tutta l'Asia, comprende linee di latitudine e longitudine, l'ubicazione degli insediamenti, fiumi e laghi. La carta è basata sulle mappe precedenti di Nicola Sanson, Jaillot la pubblicò sia nel suo Nouvel Atlas che nell'Atlas Francois. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo, tracce di piegature per l'inserimento in un probabile atlante composito; al verso bindelle di rinforzo.

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        Reflections on Dr. Fleetwood&#39;s Essay upon Miracles:Shewing the Absurdity, Falshood, and Danger of his Notions

      London - Roberts7.5 by 4.5; (viii)492pp., 1706. London - Roberts7.5 by 4.5; (viii)492pp., 1706 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A table-thumping defence of the importance and mystery of divine grace in miracles; levelled as a defence against more empirical attempts to qualify them. John Gilbert was born c1658 and educated at Oxford. Following a published criticism of Catholic doctrine, he was incorporated at Cambridge 1687, and took a living in Peterborough a year later. The Reflections are generally attributed to Gilbert; and comprise a critical response to William Fleetwood&#39;sworks on Miracles. In the Reflections, Gilbert asserts thatFleetwood&#39;s thinking is dangerously undermining to Christianity in that they compromise the &#39;certainty of proof&#39; which miracles give to &#39;revealed religion;&#39; and that it in any event it is not man&#39;s place to set a definitive standard for what is or is not a miracle of God. Condition: Externally, bound in old calf with unreadable small paper label onspine, front hinge a little worn. Internally,hingestender but very fimly bound. Armorial bookplate of W. Wynne and bookplate of Professor David Arthur Pailin onfoxedpastedown; half-title; faint signature of Wynne in old ink at top of title-page; by J. Gilbert written in old ink after title on title-page (a second edition of the work also published in 1706 had the authors name on the title-page); repaired tear in outer margin of title-page; edges of leaves lightly burnished; first and last leaves dusty; tear in outer margin of p. 267 and 269; bottom of p. 269- 230 torn with loss of some paper and a few letters on bottom line of text. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Recueil de Contredances mises en Chorégraphie, d&#39;une maniére si aisée, que toutes personnes peuvent facilement les apprendre sans le secours d&#39;aucun maître et même sans avoir eu aucune connoissance de la Chorégraphie. Par Mr. Feuillet. Maître et Compositeur de Dance

      Paris: L'Auteur, 1706. Paris: L&#39;Auteur. 1706. Small octavo. Full 18th century dark brown mottled calf with raised bands on spine in decorative compartments gilt. 1f. (title), 1f. (dedication to Madame La Duchesse du Maine), 1f. ("Préface"), 13ff. ("Eléments, ou Principes de Chorégraphie"), 192 pp. ("Table" to recto of final leaf, "Privilége" to verso). Engraved throughout. With the contemporary signature of Elisabeth Cremon (?1739-1764) to page 2.& & With music and choreographic notation for 32 dances for 4 couples. & & Binding quite worn, rubbed and bumped; spine cracking and with early professional repairs to head and tail; gilt faded; endpapers lacking; joints slightly cracked. Slightly worn and soiled; some staining, most noticeable to gutters, outer edges of last leaves and final leaf; some signatures cracked; small portion of lower outer corners of both title and final leaf lacking and professionally repaired, with missing text completed in calligraphic facsimile. . First Edition. Rare. Derra de Moroda 931. Hirsch I 172. Niles & Leslie I p. 165. Lesure p. 697 (three copies only recorded). Not located in RISM. & & Feuillet, a French choreographer, dancing-master and author, "worked at the court of Louis XIV. His fame rests on his Chorégraphie [Paris, 1700], a book describing a system of dance notation that was used in Europe throughout the 18th century. He probably did not invent the system himself (although he said he had) but derived it from the original work of Pierre Beauchamps, Louis XIV&#39;s personal dancing-master. Unlike previous methods, which describe movement verbally and use letters to refer to the sequence of steps, Feuillet&#39;s system is a track notation. It represents symbolically not only the steps of the dancer, with his turns, leaps and slides, but also the floor pattern in which he is to travel. The dance music is printed at the top of the page, and the steps are marked off in a manner corresponding to the structure of the music..."& & "The publication of the Beauchamp-Feuillet notation meant that specific dances could easily be distributed throughout Europe. It also added to France&#39;s pre-eminence in the world of dance. Today the system makes it possible for scholars to study some of the dances in use in the late 17th and early 18th centuries, an important period for the development of the classical French ballet style and technique." Meredith Ellis Little in Grove online& & The present work "contains a simplified explanation of some elements of chorégraphie, here adapted for the notation of contredanses. The opening section entitled: &#39;Elements ou principes de chorégraphie&#39;... describes the symbols for the track, feet, hands, and arms; the steps; and the relation of floor patterns to musical notation. The subsequent section of notated contredanses provides music and floor patterns for 32 dances, each for 4 couples." Schwartz and Schlundt: French Court Dance and Dance Music, p. 33.

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        LUZERN - Municipale oder Statt-Recht der loblichen Statt Lucern, welches mit allem Fleiss durchgangen, erleuthret, erbessert, und erneueret, auch also von unsern gnädigen Herren Schulteiss Rath, und Hunderten bestätiget worden.

      Lucern, gedruckt bey Anna Felicitas Hauttin, durch Innocentium Theodoricum Hautt 1706.. 4°. 6 Bll., 128 S., 5 Bll. Mit 1 Kupfertitel (gest. von J.J. Thourneysen nach Joh. Rud. Huber, Titelvignette und Zierinitialen. Lederbd. auf 6 Bünden mit blindgepr. Deckeltitel und Deckelfileten sowie 2 Metrallschliessen (1 Schliesse lädiert, fleckig)., fester Einband. Erstausgabe dieses Gesetzbuches der Stadt Luzern. - Die Gesetze sind ziemlich umständlich, und in vielen Absichten den Frauen günstig, das Ehe- und Erbrecht weicht sehr stark von den sonst gewöhnlichen und besonders vom Bernerischen Erbrecht ab. Viele andere, hauptsächlich die Ehegerichtliche Gesetze, sind sehr seltsam. Ueberhaupt sehr viel Unordnung in der Folge der Artickel; das letzte Gesetz verbietet alle Vergabungen der liegenden Güter, oder unablöslicher Zinse an die Gotteshäuser, Klöster, Spitäle, u.s.f. Eine neue Auflage ist 1765 (und auch 1790) ... veranstaltet worden..." (Haller). - Neuausgaben erschienen 1731, 1765 und 1790. - Miteingebunden: Zusatz-Puncten Und Erleuterungen über einige Artickell dess Statt-Rechtens Löblicher Statt Lucern / Von Unseren Gnädigen Herren Schultheiss Räth und Hundert Gut geheissen und bestättet. Lucern, Getruckt bey Heinrich Rennward Wyssing 1731. S. 129-156, 3 Bll., 9 weisse Bll. - Stellenweise stockfleckig, Vorsatz und Innendeckel mit Feuchtigkeitsspur. - Haller VI/1991; Barth 24472 und 24473. Bankverbindung in Deutschland vorhanden.

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        "Posthumous works of Mr. John Locke: viz. I. Of the conduct of the understanding. II. An examination of P. Malebranche&#39;s opinion of seeing all things in God. III. A discourse of miracles. IV. Part of a fourth letter for toleration. V. Memoirs relating to the life of Anthony, first Earl of Shaftsbury. To which is added, VI. His new method of a common-place book, written originally in French, and now translated into English."

      Lonon: printed by W.B. for A. and J. Churchill, 1706. Lonon: printed by W.B. for A. and J. Churchill. 1706. "First edition, 8vo, pp. [4], 336; full contemporary paneled calf, red morocco label; joints starting, moderate dampstain causing some deterioration in the fore-margin of the first several leaves and in the corners of the last dozen or so leaves but never affecting any text; all else very good. ""This collection was published by Locke&#39;s literary executors, Anthony Collins and Sir Peter King."" Pforzheimer 609."

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        Thesaurus Biblico-Homileticus oder Biblischer Prediger-Schatz

      Johann Jacob Wincklern um, 1706.. . 8°, 2088 Seiten und Register, Original-Ganzleder-Einband der Zeit - ber. und best., vorders Innengelenk angebr. und eine Lage lose, Titelblätter mit leichten Randläsuren sonst guter Zustand - um 1706. b62224

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        Drie voornaame Zee- Togten van Franciscus Draak na America Door de Suyt- Zee....1592

      Leiden ca. 1706. Beschreibung der Reise von Franciscus Draak in der Karibik ( 1 Titelblatt,1 Darstellung von St.Domingo, 3 Darstellungen von t. Juan), Beschreibung in niederländischer Sprache, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 35,5 x 45. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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