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        A Genealogical History of the Kings and Queens of England and Monarchs of Great Britain etc. from The Conquest, Anno 1066 to the Year 1707. In Seven Parts or Books

      M. Fenour for John Nicholson and Robert Knaplock, London 1707 - Rebound folio of the second edition, half bugundy figured calf with burgundy cloth boards decorated on spine six raised bands with gilt rules and gilt Tudor roses, Burgundy cloth backed free end papers, and two new blanks at front and rear, some slight browning to edges and tanning to outer leaves otherwise clean and bright with some neat marginalia (late 18th early 19th c.?) repair to fore edge of frontis piece, title page in black and red, illustrated with 50 full page, 4 fold out and 30 copper plates in text, 10 genealogies including one over three pages and one over two, through pagination 10 pages then through pagination to 878 plus unpaginated 26 pages of index and 1 page of errata [Note: paginates 1 to 83 then 84 recto then 85, 86, 87 each of three pages, 88,89,90,91 two pages each and then consecutively to 372 of three pages marked a, b, and c then to 498 then mispagination 495, 496, 497,498,499 then consecutively to end. Text follows correctly throughout]. Book 1: William I to Henry II 1066 to 1154; Book II: Henry II to Edward I 1154 to 1272; Book III: Edward I to Henry IV 1272 to 1400; Book IV: Henry IV to Edward IV 1399 to 1461; Book V: Edward IV to Henry VII 1460 - 1486; Book VI: Henry VII to James I 1486 to 1603; Book VII James I to Anne 1603 to 1706. This is a heavy item (4.5kg net weight) and will require additional shipping fees, please contact us. [****HEAVY ITEM - MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL POSTAGE****] [QP] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Holsatiae Tabula Generalis in qua sunt Ducatus Holsatiae, Ditmarsiae Stormariae Et Wagriae. A(ut)ore P. Schenk. Amstelodam C. Privil. 1707':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Petrus Schenk in Amsterdam, dat. 1707, 48 x 57,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapmakers S. 563. - Zeigt das Herzogtum Holstein. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche mit Wappen der 4 Herzogtümer Holstein, Dithmarschen, Stormarn und Wagrien. - Unten links Meilenzeiger. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Poems on Affairs of State [… vol II; III; IV] [vol I bound with:] State-poems; continued from the time of O Cromwell, to the year 1697

      [London], 1707. Third edition of first volume, first editions of vols. II-IV. Seven engraved illustrations in vol. IV, folded at margin. [viii], 267, [1] (State Poems: [viii], 264); xii, 471, [1] (final 2 leaves bound at front following the Table); xi, [i], 468; xii, 468 pp. 4 vols. 8vo. Period half calf and marbled boards, red morocco spine labels. Some browning and light staining, generally in very good condition. Third edition of first volume, first editions of vols. II-IV. Seven engraved illustrations in vol. IV, folded at margin. [viii], 267, [1] (State Poems: [viii], 264); xii, 471, [1] (final 2 leaves bound at front following the Table); xi, [i], 468; xii, 468 pp. 4 vols. 8vo. The complete four-volume collection of this important anthology of satricial Restoration verse, with works by Marvell, Milton, Dryden, and Shakespeare (his Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece appear in vol. IV). "Poems on Affairs of State provides detailed inside information on matters of church, government, and court in their day had a vast readership, even when circulation was clandestine. With the possible exception of the Russian Revolution, there is no other instance in modern European or American history in which an underground press has been so effective in determining the outcome of a national crisis" (Anthology of Poems on Affairs of State, Yale University Press, 1975). Case 211 (I)(c), 211 (2)(a), 211 (3)(a), 211 (4)(a)

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        Collection of English poets published by the Foulis Press.

      In Western culture, the production of small, easily portable printed books of important or popular texts dates from the late 15th century and saw its first important and influential printer willing to dedicate his press to such productions with Aldus Manutius' issuing his series of standard texts in the early 16th century. In the 17th century the Elzevir family came to dominate that market. While the Foulis brothers and their press did not dominate the same way, in the 18th century, they did devote a goodly portion of their time to producing small, scholarly, handsome pocket editions of mostly British poets and essayists. As a center of 18th-century learning, Glasgow was a happy fit for a printing house dedicated to quality productions made with exceptional type. Robert (1707-76) and Andrew (1712-75) Foulis, two leaders in the renaissance of British printing, are often referred to as the "Elzevirs of Britain." They created hundreds of texts on a variety of topics and in several languages. Among their notable "firsts" were the first Greek text published in Glasgow and the first work of the English Divines published in Gaelic.These uniformly bound poetry imprints date from the later years of the brothers' press before Robert's son took over the family business, which lasted until 1800. Their small format meant they could travel easily in the owner's pocket for enjoyment away from his library: while in a coffee house, tavern, or travelling. The collection in hand offers 14 authors represented in 21 different texts, 6 of which are the first or only appearance of the work from the Foulis Press, and includes the following:*Dryden, John, translator. The works of Virgil. 1769. 3 vols. Variant according to Gaskell. *Thomson, James. The seasons. 1769. Variant according to Gaskell. *Addison, Joseph. Poems on several occasions. 1770.*Shenstone, William. The select works in verse and prose. 1770.*Gay, John. Poems on several occasions. 1770. 2 vols. Variant according to Gaskell. *Pope, Alexander, translator. The Iliad of Homer. 1771. 4 vols. *Prior, Matthew. Poems on several occasions. 1771. 2 vols. *Young, Edward. The complaint: or, night-thoughts on life, death, and immortality. 1771. 2 vols. *Young, Edward. Poems on several occasions. 1771. *Dryden, John, translator. Fables antient and modern. 1771. 2 vols. *Denham, John. Poems and translations. 1771. *Collins, William. The poetical works of Mr. William Collins. To which are added Mr. Hammond's Elegies. 1771. *Garth, Samuel. The poetical works of Sir Samuel Garth, M. D. 1771. *Akenside, Mark. The pleasures of imagination. 1771. *Gay, John. The beggar's opera. 1772. *Milton, John. Paradise lost, a poem in twelve books. 1771. 2 vols. *Milton, John. Paradise regain'd. 1772. 2 vols. *Pope, Alexander, translator. The odyssey of Homer. 1772. 3 vols. Variant according to Gaskell. *Parnell, Thomas. Poems on several occasions. 1773. *Thomson, James. Poems. 1774. *Thomson, James. Liberty, a poem. 1774. => A full list with pagination and illustration information as well as ESTC and Gaskell numbers is available on request.

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        Histoire de l`Academie royale des sciences. Annee 1701-1710. Avec les memoires de mathematique & de physique, pour la meme annee. Tires des registres de cette Academie.

       Amsterdam, Gerard Kuyper/Pierre de Coup 1707-1713. 10 vols. 8°. insg. ca. 5800 S. Alle Bde. m. wdh. gest. Frontisp. u. wdh. Titelvign., 93 Taf. (dav. 57 gefalt.) [kompl.] u. 130 Textfig. Pgmt.-Bde. d. Zt. Rückenschildchen aller Bände 180° verkehrt moniert. In Bd. 1706 eine Lage gelockert.Brunet, I, 27; Graesse I, 10; Poggendorff I, 1415 - A landmark scientific journal which contains Leibniz` famous \"Explanation of Binary Arithmetic\". The binary system which he invented is the foundation of virtually all modern computer architectures. - DerJahrgangsband 1703 (erschienen1707) enthält die ersten Veröffentlichungen der berühmtenen Abhandlungen Leibniz` [hier: Leibnitz]: ` - Und: `Explication de l`Arithmétique Binaire`. (auf S. 105-111). Hieraus entstand das Dual- oder Binärsystem, welches in der Natur und Philosophie kein Vorbild hatte. Es bildet die operationale Grundlage der modernen Computertechnik. Außerdem erkannte Leibniz, daß man jedem Gegenstand eine charakteristische Zahl beilegen kann, ähnlich den arithmetischen Zeichen für die natürlichen Zahlen. Mit vielen weiteren Aufsätzen von Berühmtheiten der Wissenschaftsgeschichte wie Cassini, de la Hire, Bernoulli, Tschirnhaus etc. etc. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Naturwissenschaften, Zeitschrift

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        Helvetische Kirchen - Geschichten: Anweisende Den Zustand der helvetischen Kirch von den Zeiten Kaiser Friderichs II. bis auf dero unter Kaiser Maximiliano I. angehebte Verbessung: Samt Nothwendigen Anmerkungen von denen bey selbigen Zeiten in der Lehre, Gebräuchen und Regierung der helvetischen Kirch vorgefallenen Veränderungen. Aus bewährten Getruckten und Geschriebenen Documentis, unparthenisch zusammen getragen und in richtiger Jahrordnung dargestellt durch. ( Zweyter Theil) & Helvetische Kirchen - Geschichten: Vorstellende Wie das hochlobl. Reformations - Werk in der Evangelischen Eidgenossschaft und verschiedenen Mitverbündeten Ländern und Stätten; Gottselig unterfangen und tapfer fortgesetzt glücklich zu End gebracht und unter Göttli

      Zürich, Bodmer 1707 - 21,5 x 16,5 cm, II. Teil: 6, 1021, 11 S., III. Teil: 14, 1112, 12 S., zeitgen. Ledereinband auf 4 Bünden, berieben, gering stockfleckig

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        L'Italie Divisée en ses estats.

      1707 - Paris, 1707. Coloured. 470 x 620mm. De Fer's scarce large format map of Italy flanked by the coat of arms of the fourteen principal regions, engraved by Starckman.

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        Den Danske Pillegrim/ Eller en Almindeling Geographisk Og der hos kort Historisk Beskrivelse Over den heele Bekiendte Werden.

      1707 - Kopenhagen, 1707. 7 nn. Bll. (Titel, Zueignung, Privileg, Vorwort), 1201 S., 46 nn. Bll. (Register). Mit 1 Kupfertitel. Späterer HPgt.-Bd. mit goldgepr., roten Ldr.-RSch. Die erste Weltbeschreibung in dänischer Sprache, von Henrich Ovesen Pflug (1633-1709), mit welcher er Ludvig Holbergs Veröffentlichung "Introduction til de fornemste europæiske Rigers Historie" (Einführung in die Geschichte der wichtigsten europäischen Reiche) von 1711 zuvor kam. Da Pflug sich an den allerneuesten Reisebeschreibungen der Zeit orientierte, enthält die Schrift frühe Beschreibungen damals entlegenster Gebiete (z.B. in Asien, wie Sibirien, Kirkisien, Mongolei u.a.). August Schmidt schrieb bereits 1936 über den "Danske Pillegrim", dass es wahrscheinlich nur noch sehr wenige erhaltene Exemplare gäbe (siehe "Danske Studier 1936", S. 71 ff.).- Beschreibung von Dänemark, Deutschland, England, Spanien, Italien, Ungarn, Russland, China, Japan, Indien, Persien, Türkei, Ägypten, Afrika, Amerika, Australien, Ozeanien u.v.m.- Das Kupferstichportrait des Autors, sowie die Seiten 3-10, 23-32 und 75-90 fehlen. S. 621 am Innensteg verstärkt, S. 775 mit Abriss im Fußsteg (Wortverlust), Paginierung springt von 51 zu 54.- Zu Beginn und Schluss (teils stärker) feuchtrandig und gebräunt, Kupfertitel, Titel und erste Seiten (finger-)fleckig (v.a. in unterer Außenecke), Vorsätze fehlen, vorderes Innengelenk angeplatzt, erste Lage im Fußsteg gelockert. Im Kopfsteg etwas knapp beschnitten.- Schnitt unregelmäßig, Einband etwas berieben.

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        A General Treatise of Monies and Exchanges; In which those of all Trading Nations are particularly Describ'd and Consider'd. With An Account of all the Foreign Banks . . . With an Introductory Discourse of the Nature and Origin of Exchange [etc.]

      Only edition of the omnium gatherum compiled by a French Huguenot merchant and refugee in England, seemingly the first in English to examine in great detail the monies, exchanges, and trading practices then existing throughout Europe. Modern morocco, some foxing and browning, sometimes extensive, the final index leaf repaired (no text affected), without the advertising leaf. Printed for S. and J. Sprint, and J. Nicholson [etc.], London, 1707.

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        Biblia Das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrifft Altes und Neues Testaments : verteutscht durch D. Martin Luthern ; Dabey nicht allein desselben Vorreden und Randglossen, sondern auch neue, accurate und ausführliche Summarien viele Loca Parallela, und ein neuer biblischer Kalender ... ; Hierzu kommt Eine nach der Zeit-Rechnung kurtz-abgefaßte Bibel-, Kirchen-, und Religions-Historia ... ; Vornehmlich aber sind zum Dienste derer, die grosse Commentarios und weitläufftige Auslegungen nicht haben oder lesen können kurtze zum Verstand des Texts dienende Anmerckungen und Erläuterungen ... hinzu gethan worden von M. Nicola Haas, der Evangel. Kirchen und Schulen in ... Budißin Past. Prim. und Insp. ; Am Ende sind noch beygedruckt Die vier Christlichen Haupt-Symbola und die unveränderte Augspurgische Confession ...

      Leipzig, Gleditsch 1707. 26 unpag. Bl., 328 Bl., 134 Bl., 94 Bl., 179 Bl., mit insgesamt 25 ganzseitigen Kupferstichen. Ledereinband über Holzdeckel mit zwei Rückentitelschildchen, ca. 33,5 x 23,5 cm mit Metallschließbändern. Winzige Fehlstelle am Vordergelenk, ein Schließband fehlt, Block leicht gelockert. Heilige Schrift - Erste Ausgabe dieser großformatigen und illustrierten Bibel, die zuvor in kleinerem Format bereits 1704 herausgegeben wurde. - Besitzeintrag von 1710 von alter Hand a. Vorsatz. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Theologie, religious studies, Gebetbücher, Gesangbücher, Homiletik & Predigten, Bibelillustration, Bibelkunde, Bibeln, Bible, Bibelausgaben, Heiligenverehrung, Luther, Martin

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        Commentarius ad Pandectas in quo praeter Romani juris principuia ac controversias illustriores, jus etiam hodiernum, & praecipuae fori quaestiones excutiuntur. Tomus primus continet duos & viginti libros priores. Tomus secundus, continet octo & viginti libros posteriores. Per Autorem hac editione secunda recognitos.

      Hagae-Comitum et Coloniae Allobrogum, apud Abrahamum de Hondt, 1707. 2 Bde. Fol. (I) Titelblatt mit Vignette in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, (20), 974, (62) S.; (II) Titelblatt wie zuvor, 1180, (68) S. Schöne zeitgenössische Ganzlederbände auf 6 Bünden geheftet und mit geprägten Lederrückenschildern. Prächtiger Zustand! Ein Klassiker der europäischen Rechtsgeschichte! - Voet (1647-1713), Professor der Rechte in Utrecht seit 1673, ab 1680 in Leiden. Einer der bedeutendsten Juristen der sog. eleganten Jurisprudenz. Sein Digestenkommentar war besonders in Deutschland ein wichtiger Baustein des Usus modernus. Neben Voet hat Holland vor allem Vinnius, Huber und Noodt als bedeutende Juristen vorzuweisen. Der berühmte Kommentar, verlegt bis ins 19. Jahrhundert, ähnelt in Form und Inhalt den deutschen Kommentaren des usus modernus. Insoweit bildet Voet einen Unterschied, weil er in seinem Kommentar scharf trennt zwischen der eigentlichen Kommentierung des Pandektentitels und der Darstellung des Ius hodiernum. - Vgl. Coing, Handbuch II,1/540 mit vielen weiteren Hinweisen. Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        Königliche Tafel, an welcher Ihro Majestät von Schweden, etc. als Selbige, nebst dem Könige Stanislao I. ... und anderen zu Mittags gespeiset in dem Königl. Schwedischen Haupt-Quartier Alt-Ranstadt den 17. (27. Decembr.) Anno 1706.

      (Leipzig), 1707. Einblattdruck mit großem Kupferstich (18,2 x 27 cm) und zweispaltigem typographischen Text. 38,5 x 31,1 cm. Nicht bei Drugulin und Snoilsky. - Überaus seltenes Blatt, das eine Zusammenkunft des schwedischen Königs Karl XII. mit dem neu eingesetzten König von Polen, Stanislaus Lesczcyski, in Karls Hauptquartier im sächsischen Altranstädt überliefert. - Ein hier beiliegendes zweites Blatt mit dem vorausgegangenen Friedensschluß vom 7. Dezember 1706 [\"Abbildung der offenen Taffel, woran beyderseits Königliche Majestäten ... bey der nach geschlossenen erwünschten Frieden ersten Zusammenkunft, Abends gespeiset in dem Königl. Schwedischen Haupt-Quartier Alt-Rannstadt den 7. (17.) Decembr. Anno 1706\"; der untere Erklärungstext mit Impressum fehlt hier] ist bei Drugulin (II, 3796) und Snoilsky (S. 203) hingegen verzeichet. Snoilsky zitiert als Impressum: \"Leipzig, auff den Auctions-Platz, in Rothhaubts Hoff am Markte. 1707\". Da beide Blätter ganz offensichtlich vom selben Drucker stammen, muß es sich entweder um nacheinander erschienene Flugblätter oder eine Serie zum Friedensschluß handeln. Der einzige für uns auffindbare Nachweis von Exemplaren dieser Drucke in öffentlichen Bibliotheken ist eine Handschrift, in der neben unseren beiden Blättern noch ein weiteres, eine Generalstabs-Quartierliste Karls XII. im Quartier Altranstädt, beigebunden ist (Akten über den schwedischen Einfall nach Sachsen, siehe: L. Schmidt, Katalog der Handschriften der königl.-öffentlichen Bibliothek zu Dresden, Bd. III, Wiesbaden 1906, S. 257). - Kleine, alt hinterlegte Randläsuren, leichte Faltspuren, gering gebräunt und fleckig. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Huy und Pfuy. Der Welt, Huy oder Anfrischung zu allen schönen Tugenden: Pfuy oder Abschreckung. Von allen schändlichen Lastern: Durch underscghiedliche sittliche Concept, Historien und Fabeln vorgestellt. Worinnen der Poet, Prediger und.

      Würzburg M F Hertzen 1707 - 4°. 5 nn. Bll., 200 S., 2 nn. Bll. 100 Kupf. v. Christoph Weigel. HLdr. Rü.-Verg. verg. Rü.-Tit. Ber. u. bestossen, Einriss am Gelenk. 5 S. als Faksimile eingeb., tls wasserrandig, einige Bll. hinterlegt. Schönes Werk. Auf Wunsch gerne Foto via e-mail. 1,460 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historische Nachricht von dem Ursprunge und Wachsthum des Heil. Röm. Reichs freyer Stadt Nürnberg. Aus uralten glaubwürdigen documentis und Urkunden vorgestellet. angebunden:1. Des Heil. Römischen Reichs Freye Stadt Nürnberg ( Vergleichung der Stundenrechnung) m. Titelkupfer, 158 S., . 2. Der Staat von Preussen. Porträt-Kupfer, 122 S.,. 3. Wohlgemeinte und Unvorgreiffliche Anmerckunge bey der Neulich in Truck herausgekommenen Beschreibung des Staat von Preussen. 40 S.,

      Franckfurt und Leipzig, bey Christoph Bachmeyer, 1707,. 3 Bll., 541 S., 9 Kupfertafeln, 1 Karte gefaltet 8°, Pergamenteinband Einband beschabt und fleckig, gebräunt, sehr vereinzelt fleckig, insgesamt noch gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,50 EUR Nicolaus Hieronymus

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        LAUFENBURG/Rhein. "Graphis Castri et utriusque civitatis Lauffenburgicae veteris Habsbvrgiorvm dynastiae". Blick von der Schweizer Seite über den Rhein auf Laufenburg.

      - Kupferstich von Jos. Schmutzer, nach "B. Beauson delin 1707", 1737, 32 x 43,5 cm. Aus: M. Herrgott, "Genealogiae . Habsburgicae". - Links oben Titelkartusche. Sehr schönes, gut erhaltenes, breitrandiges Blatt mit Mittelbug.

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        Ars Nova Ad Aquam Ignis Adminiculo Efficacissime Elevandam.Leipzig: 1707.

      "First edition, very rare, of one of the earliest works on steam power, the basis of the Industrial Revolution. "In 1707 [Papin] sent the Royal Society a monograph [the present work] describing a design of engine which he had developed on far-sighted high-pressure principles. The following year he returned to London to seek support for his invention. Although Leibniz admired it and suggested refinements, Sir Isaac Newton turned it down and Thomas Savery criticized it most severely, accusing Papin of poaching his ideas" (Smith, p. 139). Papin used the engine described in this book to power the first steam-driven vehicle. Published simultaneously in 1707 in French at Cassel and in Latin at Frankfurt, this Leipzig imprint is not recorded in bibliographies. Only one copy is listed on OCLC (Freiberg University of Mining and Technology); no copy on COPAC. The Latin edition is more complete than the French for, as the preface to the French edition tells us: "It was thought right to suppress in this French edition the demonstrations needed to prove all that is proposed ... those who enjoy such kinds of reasoning [may] find them easily at the end of the work in the Latin edition" (translation from Smith, p. 147). These 'demonstrations' occupy pp. 62-94 of the present work.<br/><br/> Papin (1647-1712?) arrived in Paris in 1670 intending to practise medicine, but soon became disillusioned and, having developed a taste and talent for mathematics and machinery, sought the patronage of the wife of the minister Colbert. She arranged for him to lodge in the Louvre and to assist Huygens, who had been invited to develop his many scientific interests under French protection. "At the time that Papin joined him in 1673, Huygens was investigating the force of gunpowder as a means of creating a vacuum under a piston in order to drive machinery, in particular to operate a pump to raise water from the Seine to the palace of Versailles. ". 8vo (159 x 91 mm), pp. 94, [2], with one folding engraved plate. Contemporary calf, covers with gilt border, red edges, a beutiful unrestored copy

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        Das Neu-Eröffnete Manufacturen-Hauß, In welchen Die Manufacturen insgemein, dero differenten Arten, erfordernten Materialien, davon dependirenden Künstler vorgestellet werden, Auch welche Manufacturen einem Lande und Stadt nützlich seyn, wie selbe glücklich zu introduciren und beyzubehalten, Wobey auch Von denen Handwerckern, deren Zünfften, deren Rechts-Gebräuchen und Mißbräuchen gehandelt wird.

      Hamburg, Benjamin Schiller, 1707. Kl.-8°. 1 Bl., 306 S., 2 Bll., Mod. Ppbd. m. etw. Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückenschild. Zweite Ausgabe; die Erstausgabe erschien 1704. - Durchg. etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Humpert 268 u. 3814; vgl. NDB XVI, 235 u. Katalog der Menger-Bibliothek S. 55. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Marperger, Das Neu-Eröffnete Manufacturen-Hauß, In welchen Die Manufacturen insgemein, dero differenten Arten, erfordernten Materialien, davon dependirenden Künstler vorgestellet werden, Auch welche Manufacturen einem Lande und Stadt nützlich seyn, wie selbe glücklich zu introduciren und beyzubehalten, Wobey auch Von denen Handwerckern, deren Zünfften, deren Rechts-Gebräuchen und Mißbräuchen gehandelt wird, Manufaktur, Manufakturen, Berufe, Handwerk, Industrie

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        Illustribus Ac Potentibus Comitatus Drentiae D.D. Statoribus Eorumq. Deputatis Viris nobilißimis Eminentißimis Prudentißimisq. Reflores Centis Provinciae Et Westerwoldiae Dominii Typum Emendatum LMQ dedicat Corneli. Pynacker - Amstelodami Apud F. de Wit ex officina I. Covens et C. Mortier.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Cornelio Pynacker n. Frederick de Wit b. Covens & Mortier in Amsterdam, 1707-1741, 37,5 x 48 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. A - D, S. 308. - Zeigt die niederländische Provinz Drenthe. - Oben links Titelkartusche; darunter Erklärungen. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Der schwangern und kreistenden Weibs-Personen Allerbeste Hülffleistung. Das ist: Wahrer und gründlicher Bericht / wie denenselben, mit gutem und füglichem Vortheil / in ihrem sowol natürlichen / als unterweilen auch wider die Natur lauffenden Kind-haben glücklich beyzustehen. Ingleichem / was vor bewährte und höchstdienstliche Mittel denen neugebornen Kindern / in ihren Unpässlichkeiten zu gebrauchen; und dann / was vor eine eigentliche Beschaffenheit mit denen zum Kinder-zeugen gewidmeten Gliedern und Theilen der Weibs-Personen habe . / Erstesmals in Französischer Sprache verfasset von M. Franz Mauriceau . Nachmals aber / von einem Liebhaber der Artzney-Kunst / ins Teutsche übersetzet / und zum Druck befördert.

      Johann Hofmanns seel. Wittib. und Engelbert Strecken,, Nürnberg, 1707 - Nürnberg, Johann Hofmanns seel. Wittib. und Engelbert Strecken, 1707. 8°. 7 n.n. Bl., 607 S. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, 22 Kupfertafeln und 3 Holzschnitten im Text. Lederband der Zeit. Vgl. Waller 6359 (für Ausgabe 1687. - Nicht bei Blake. - Titelauflage der Ausgabe von 1681 bzw. 1687 beim gleichen Verlag. Zweite deutsche Ausgabe des zentralen Werkes. Mauriceau (1637-1709) war Wundarzt und nicht Mediziner. Seine ausgeprägte Beobachtungsgabe erlaubte ihm viele Irrtümer seiner Vorgänger zu korrigieren. Er führte als erster Geburten im Bett aus und sprach sich gegen den Gebärstuhl aus. Sein Lehrbuch wurde zum meistübersetzten Werk der Geburtshilfe. - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig. Einband bestossen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Jure Maritimo et Navali: Or, a Treatise of Affairs Maritime...

      1707. Important Early Treatise on Maritime Law Molloy, Charles [1646-1690]. De Jure Maritimo et Navali: Or, a Treatise of Affairs Maritime and of Commerce. In Three Books. With Large Additions, Never Before Printed, Of Modern Cases, And Other Matters Proper Thereunto. London: Printed for J. Walthoe [et al.], 1707. [iv], xii [i.e. xvii], [3], 476 [i.e. 492], [16] pp. Page xvii numbered xii; pp. 278-293 repeated in paging. Two-plate copperplate allegorical frontispiece. Octavo (8-1/2" x 5-1/4"). Nineteenth century calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine. Moderate rubbing to boards and extremities, corners lightly bumped, hinges just starting, front endleaf and rear free endpaper partially detached, owner bookplate to front pastedown. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampspotting to a few leaves. Owner signatures to front pastedown and head of title page, interior otherwise clean. An appealing copy. * Sixth edition. For many years this was the standard treatise on international, commercial and maritime law, and went through many editions, the first published in 1676, the last in 1778. "It was not until 1676 that a man, who had some claims to be called an English lawyer, wrote upon [bills of exchange]. Charles Molloy who was both a civilian and a member of Lincoln's Inn and Gray's Inn, in the second book of his very successful treatise, De Jure Maritimo et Navali, gives us some account of these branches of the law" (Holdsworth). Chapters III and IV deal with Privateers and Piracy. Holdsworth, Sources and Literature of English Law 210. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:511 (64).

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        Rules and Examples of Perspective proper for Painters and Architects etc. In English and Latin: containing a most easie and expeditious Method to Delineate in Perspective all designs relating to Architecture, after a new manner,.

      London; printed by Benj Motte sold by John Sturt 1st English Edition from the Latin edition of 1693 1707 - Folio, [16 1/2" x 10 1/2"], frontispiece; English title-page with large vignette; Latin title-page with large vignette; 4pp dedication to Queen Anne, the first leaf engraved with royal arms; 2pp subscribers' list; 4pp Preface; 4pp with Advice to Beginners, To Lovers of Perspective, The Approbation of this edition signed by Chr. Wren, J. Vanbrugh, N. Hawksmoor, full-page engraving of draughtsman's table; 101 plates [1-52, 53a, 53b, 54-100] as called for, each with leaf opposite with explanatory paragraph in English and Latin, the paragraphs with engraved initials, [7]pp, contemporary full brown blind panelled calf (rather scuffed and damaged, now with corners neatly repaired), very handsomely rebacked in period style with gilt decorated raised bands, original red lettering piece, the compartments gilt decorated with acorns and flowers. Some dust stains on margins and a few tiny tears in margins; ex-library with blind stamps but a sound and now very attractive copy of "The most elaborate and expensive architectural book ever produced in this country.this was in all respects Sturt's masterpiece and it was with pride that he presented it to Queen Anne as 'a specimen of English graving.' ". [Fowler 252; Harris 703] [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Biblia Das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrifft Altes und Neues Testaments : verteutscht durch D. Martin Luthern ; Dabey nicht allein desselben Vorreden und Randglossen, sondern auch neue, accurate u. ausführliche Summarien ... ; Hierzu kommt Eine nach der Zeit-Rechnung kurtz-abgefaßte Bibel-, Kirchen-, und Religions-Historia ... ; Vornehmlich aber sind zum Dienste derer, die grosse Commentarios und weitläufftige Auslegungen nicht haben oder lesen können kurtze zum Verstand des Texts dienende Anmerckungen und Erläuterungen ... hinzu gethan worden von M. Nicola Haas, der Evangel. Kirchen und Schulen in ... Budißin Past. Prim. und Insp. ; Am Ende sind noch beygedruckt Die vier Christlichen Haupt-Symbola und die unveränderte Augspurgische Confession ...

      Leipzig, Gleditsch, 1707. 26 nn. Bl., 328 Bl., 134 Bl., 94 Bl., 179 Bl.,mit insgesamt 25 Kupferstichen. Ledereinband über Holzdeckel, ca. 36,5 x 24 cm. Einband berieben und bestossen, stellenweise beschabt. Deckel mit kleinen Holzwurmlöchern, die Schließbänder nicht mehr vorhanden. Bindung im ersten Fünftel gelockert, Buchblock angebrochen (keine losen Seiten). Die ersten ca. 50 Blatt mit einzelnen stecknadelgoßen Wurmgängen. Etwa 15 Blatt am Rand hinterlegt, etwa 15 Blatt mit kleinen Ausrissen im weißen Rand. Die letzten 4 Blatt (Augsburger Konfession) mit Blattverlust und Einrissen (ca. 1/5 Blattverlust mit Textverlust). Vorsätze um 1900 erneuert. Stellenweise etwas gebräunt, bzw. feuchtigkeitsrandig.Restaurierungswürdiges Exemplar. Versand D: 4,50 EUR

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        Histoire de la Virginie

      Amsterdam: chez Thomas Lombrail, 1707 [v]+432+[16] pages with engraved additional title page,  foldout table, 14 plates and index. Duo decimo (6 ½" x 4 ½") contemporary calf gilt lettering to spine with five raised spine bands and decorative gilt edges to covers. Jean-Baptiste Labat?s personal copy signed. First French edition. Originally published in 1705 in London. Robert Beverley, Jrwas a historian of early colonial Virginia as well as a planter and political figure. He was born in Jamestown and died in King and Queen County, Virginia. Beverley's most notable work is his History and Present State of Virginia, published originally in London in 1705, which documents the history of early life in the Virginia colony.Beverley took part in Lieutenant Governor Alexander  Spotswood?s 1716 "Knights of the Golden Horseshoe Expedition" to the Shenandoah Valley.  Journalist John Fontaine records that on the return trip, both Beverley and his horse fell, and rolled to the bottom of a hill, but without serious injury to either. However, when Beverley published a revised edition of his History in 1722, he continued it only to 1710, so there is no known account by Beverley of this event.Jean-Baptiste Labat (1663-1738) was a French clergyman, botanist, writer, explorer, ethnographer, soldier, engineer and landowner. Labat was born and died in Paris He entered the order of Dominicans at the age of twenty. In 1693 he received permission form the general of his order to travel to the West Indies. He landed in Martinique in 1694 and was entrusted with the parish of Macouba. In 1696 he travelled to Guadeloupe and was appointed procurator general of the Dominican convents in the Antilles. The French government appointed him as an engineer and in this capacity he visited the French, Dutch and English Antilles. In 1706 he was sent to Europe as deputy of his order. He traveled to Paris in 1716 and lived in the convent of Rue Saint-Honore in which he worked on his Nouveau Voyage aux isles Francoises de l?Amerique. Condition: signed by Labat on title, corners and spine ends refurbished, moderate foxing, dealer description on front pastedown, endpapers worn else a very good copy.

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        PANAMA: THE SCOTTISH &#145;DARIEN SCHEME&#146;: A DRAFT OF THE GOLDEN & ADJACENT ISLANDS, WITH PART OF YE ISTHMUS OF DARIEN AS IT WAS TAKEN BY CAPT. JENEFER. WHERE YE SCOTS WEST-INDIA COMPANY WERE SETTELED [WITH:] A NEW MAP OF YE ISTHMUS OF DARIEN IN AMERICA, THE B.

      - Prior to 1707, Scotland was a separate nation from England, even though the two kingdoms were ruled by the same monarch. While England had a burgeoning global empire, Scotland had no colonies and was eager to enter the realm of global imperialism and trade. From 1698 to 1700 she endeavored to set up her own colony of &#145;New Caledonia&#146; on a remote section of the Caribbean cast of Panama known as the Isthmus of Darien. The present map sheet features two attractive and fascinating maps depicting and contextualizing the so-called &#145;Darien Scheme&#146;. The upper map, A Draft of the Golden & Adjacent Islands, focuses closely in on the main Scots base of &#145;New Edinburg&#146; and the adjacent area. The lower map depicts the greater region, extending from Nicaragua, in the northwest, over the Colombia, in the southeast. It shows that, in theory, New Caledonia occupied a strategic location that could potentially become a great entrepôt of trade between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Historical Context During the mid-1690s, Scotland was in an ebullient mood. It&#146;s economy was buzzing and it finances seemed to be on a stable and progressive footing upon the establishment of the Bank of Scotland in 1695. Yet, the Scots were envious of the vast wealth flowing into London from England&#146;s overseas colonial ventures, most notably the West Indies sugar trade and the profits yielded by the English East India Company (EIC). As many Scots had served and thrived in English colonial service, Scotland felt confident that it had both the financial and human resources to find its own place in the sun. In 1695, the Scottish parliament ratified the &#145;Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies&#146; to manage Scotland&#146;s overseas ventures. The Company had credibility as it was led by William Patterson, the founder of the Bank of Scotland, who was universally regarded as a &#145;safe pair of hands&#146;. The Company&#146;s prospects sparked almost obsessive euphoria amongst the country&#146;s elite, as merchants and nobleman flocked to buy shares. Within a short time, the Company had soaked up at least 25% of Scotland&#146;s liquid capital! The Scottish Company&#146;s main strike was the &#145;Darien Scheme,&#146; a design to establish New Caledonia at the Isthmus of Darien. This was a daring plan, as it involved setting up a Protestant colony amidst a region that had long been claimed and dominated by Spain. Indeed, while Spain had long developed Central Panama and much of the Caribbean coast of New Granada (Colombia), the Darien had been a blank spot that she had generally avoided. As the Scots would soon find out, this was for good reason. In 1698, the Scottish company established New Edinburgh at this site noted on the map, and over the next year 3,000 colonists arrived. Almost immediately the dream became as a nightmare. The Darien was a hellish place full of mosquitos, malaria, yellow fever, torrential rain, and unwelcoming natives. In 1699, the Spaniards attacked and sacked the colony. The Scots abandoned the endeavour in 1700, with only 10% of the colonists surviving to make it home. The spectacular failure of New Caledonia was not only a national humiliation, but a financial catastrophe that plunged Scotland into a deep recession. Many prominent investors were brought to bankruptcy and Scotland&#146;s heavily-leveraged government was unable to pay its debts. England opportunistically offered to pay off Scotland&#146;s debt and to stabilize its economy in return for Scotland agreeing to give up it independence. Scotland accepted the deal and the Act of Union was signed in 1707, forming the United Kingdom. From that day onwards, Scots would play a disproportionately large role in overseas colonial ventures, however, it would be under the Union Jack, as opposed to the Solitaire. The present map is the second edition of the map, having been published by John Senex within his New General Atlas (London, 1721). The first edition was issued in 1699 by William Hacke and Robert Morden and is identical to the present

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        De subitaneis mortibus libri duo.

      - Romae: J.F. Buagani, 1707, 4°, title leaf with an engraved 'grim reaper', (22), 243, (1 Errata) pp., fine contemporary full parchment binding; ExLibris 'Malande de Merindol"; a little bit water stained, but fine copy on extra crisp paper. First Edition, the rare "A" Issue *) "of the foundation for a true understanding of cardiac pathology"! - - "In the above work Lancisi noted cardiac hypertrophy and dilatation as causes of sudden death. He was the first to describe valvular vegetation and his book gives a classification of the cardiac diseases then recognized. Lancisi's work laid the foundation for a true understanding of cardiac pathology." Garrison & Morton - Giovanni Maria Lancisi (1654-1720), regarded as the greatest Italian clinician of his time, was asked by Pope Clement XI to analyze and report on the pathogenesis of death in Rome. Lancisi responded with the treatise "De Subitaneiis Mortibus", published in 1707. In the first half of the book he dealt with sudden death in general, attributing it to three causes - "suffocation from intemperance," syncope, and apoplexy. - More important, however, were the sections on heart disease, because here Lancisi laid the foundation s of cardiac pathology. He described such conditions as cardiac syphilis, which had not previously identified, and provided a classification of heart disease. Hypertrophy and dilatation of the heart were presented as manifestations of cardiac disease, and the existence of valvular vegetations was discussed for the first time. Lancisi's observations on heart disease were based on cases he had seen in his practice in Rome and include reports of autopsies in five fatal cases. - Lancisis died in 1720, but his later researches on the heart, with an important treatise on aneurysms, were published in 1728 by his former assistant, Francesco Soldati. In that book, the frequency of aneurysm of the heart was noted. Lancisi pointed out that the walls of some aneurysm, whereas those of others are thick. Their causes, he stated are diverse and include heredity, syphilis, asthma, palpitation, excesses, and violent emotions. - The clinical and anatomic descriptions are detailed, with every effort made to correlate the two. The observations were precise-for example, exact measurements of body organs were given. The causes of unexpected death included cerebral hemorrhage and hypertrophied hearts; valvular vegetations were described clearly. Lancisi's book illustrates the trend toward making clinico anatomic correlations. - see: Leibowitz, p.3; pp.74-75; Willius & Dry, pp. 76-77. - - *) "Three variant title pages of 'De subianeis mortibus (Rorme, 1707) exist. Type a is the "grim reaper" motif. Type b the small woodcut shield, and Type c the large engraved papal shield." - "The previously unreported grim reaper engraving (Type a) appears to be the least common of the three variant vignettes." - "Pending formal collation or pertinent historical evidence, priority among these variants remains uncertain, although some speculation may be permitted. Comparing the fine large engraving of the papal shield (Type c) with the smaller woodcut shield (Type b) makes it reasonable to suggest that Type c followed Type b as an improved version of the shield vignette. Three admittedly nonsubstantive lines of logic suggest that vignette Type a, the grim reaper motif, briefly preceded the other two. First, it is the least prevalent. Second, the later Italian editions employ vignettes based on the papal shield theme, evidently expressing the papal support and sanction intended for this work." Paul D. Kligfield, A Survey of Variant Title Page Vignettes in Landsi's De subitaneis mortibus. Journal of the History of Medicine, 38 (1983): pp.336-339 - - Garrison-Morton 2731; Norman 1273; Cushing L34 (1709 ed.); Osler 3148; Waller 5542 (1708 ed.); Wellcome III, p. 441; Blake 254; Lilly, p.103. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ONGELUKKIGE SCHIPBREUK EN YSLYKE REYSTOGT, VAN ETLYKE ENGELSCHEN, IN DEN JAARE 1696 VAN JAMAIKA IN WEST-INDIEN, NA PENSYLVANIA T'SCHEEP GEGAAN, EN IN DE GOLF VAN FLORIDA

      Leyden: Pieter van der Aa, [1707?].. [28]pp., printed in double columns (with the actual printed foliations, totaling 50, referring to the columns). Folding map and three in-text illustrations. Folio. Modern three-quarter cloth and marbled boards, spine gilt. Faint stain in upper outer corner of most text leaves. Closed tear in foremargin of leaf A1. Good. The Frank C. Deering copy, with his gilt leather bookplate on the front free endpaper. Dickenson's harrowing narrative was first published in Philadelphia in 1699, and in London in 1700 and 1701. All of those editions are rare, the first being exceedingly so. The next edition came out in 1707, by Dutch printer Pieter van der Aa, who produced folio and octavo versions, both of which were the first to contain illustrations. This is the scarcer folio edition. Dickenson's story is not exactly an Indian captivity narrative, although often considered such. He and his companions were shipwrecked on the Florida coast in 1696 and walked several hundred miles north to St. Augustine and safety. Indians stole from them and harassed them, but little else. The map shows the eastern seaboard of the United States, as well as Cuba, Hispaniola, and Jamaica. The three engravings show Dickenson's tribulations at the hands of the Florida Indians. EUROPEAN AMERICANA hypothesizes a 1708 publication date. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 708/36. VAIL 305. Octavo van der Aa edition: CLARK I:73. HOWES D317. AYER 74. SABIN 20017. SERVIES 262.

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        Biblia. Das ist die ganze heilige Schrift Altes und Neues Testaments/ verteuscht durch D. Martin Luthern/

      Leipzig: Verlag Johann Ludewig Bleditsch, 1707. Full Vellum. Good. Folio, 37 by 24 cm. 14 cm thick. Leaves are numbered, not pages, and so the page count is double, plus plates. [25], 328, 134, 94, 179 leaves, with a total of 248 full-page engraved plates. (By sections, Old Testament up to the Prophets: 135 plates, the Prophets, 11 plates, the Apocrypha, 6 plates, the New Testament, 96 plates.) Our copy has considerably more plates than described on OCLC, which gives the plate count as 135. While this number is in accord with the plate count for the first section, we would note that otherwise the leaf count is near identical with our collation. This OCLC summation does suggest there are maps -- there are none in our copy, and we believe that this is a misdescription, as there is no evidence of anything removed from our copy, and we collated every text page for completeness. Vellum heavily worn and darkened, with loss at spine head and the vellum lifted from adjoining boards at top. Tears along lower edge as well. Lacking FFEP and possibly prelim. blanks. The first leaf hanging by a thread, and the hinge is loose, affecting the first few gatherings. Roughness to the early leaves, with a few tears, corner creases and typical heavy wear that afflicts old bibles in Genesis. Three of the early plates have longish closed tears -- several inches each. By the end of Genesis the condition has improved and stabilized, and most of the leaves that follow, throughout the Old and New Testaments, are well-preserved -- they have age toning and some scattered soiling, but they read mostly clean. A few of the later plates and text leaves have minor chips or marginal losses. In only two instances is text lost, and only in one of these would it rise above trivial, without being a substantial portion of the page (it is about three inches of a corner). One leave number, for leaf 324, is flipped to "342", but otherwise the text flows as it should.

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        Beschreyving van Spanjen en Portugal; Waar in, op het naauwkeurigste, al het geene, dat, zoo to opzigte van hunnen ouden, als tegenwordigen staat, aanmerkens-waardig . is .

      Pieter vander Aa,, Leiden, 1707 - Leiden, Pieter vander Aa, 1707. 2°. (4) Bl., 80, 84, 128, 52, 56 S., (32) Bl. Register. Mit Kupfertitel, ganz Kupfer zur Widmung, 1 grossen gef. Karte, 1 gefl Tafel, 164 Textkupfer. Marmor. Leder d. Zt., Rücken recih vergoldet mit roten Rückenschild, goldgepr. Supralibros. Cf. Brunet I, 206 (franz. Ausg.). - Erste holländische Ausgabe, zeitgleich mit der französischen "Les délices de l' Espagne et du Portugal". Die Karten und Ansichten wurden von Alvarez de Colmenar (fl. 1707-1741) vor Ort gezeichnet, die beiden ganzs. Kupfer und die Titelvignette stammen von Jan Goeree (1670-1731), die Textkupfer, welche Ansichten vieler Städte bieten, sind nicht signiert. Das Werk bietet eine ausführliche Beschreibung beider Länder, sowohl geschichtlich als auch geographisch und soll als "Wegweiser" sein für Reisende dienen. - Schönes Exemplar, vorderes Aussenglenk etwas defekt, Leder etwas berieben. Die erneuerten Vosätze leimschattig. - Mit Exlibris Emanuel Stickelberger und Dietegen Stickelberger auf Vorsatz. Sprache: Niederländisch / Nederlandse / Dutch Marmor. Leder d. Zt., Rücken recih vergoldet mit roten Rückenschild, goldgepr. Supralibros. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Königliche Tafel, an welcher Ihro Majestät von Schweden, etc. als Selbige, nebst dem Könige Stanislao I. ... und anderen zu Mittags gespeiset in dem Königl. Schwedischen Haupt-Quartier Alt-Ranstadt den 17. (27. Decembr.) Anno 1706.

      (Leipzig), 1707.. Einblattdruck mit großem Kupferstich (18,2 x 27 cm) und zweispaltigem typographischen Text. 38,5 x 31,1 cm. Nicht bei Drugulin und Snoilsky. - Überaus seltenes Blatt, das eine Zusammenkunft des schwedischen Königs Karl XII. mit dem neu eingesetzten König von Polen, Stanislaus Lesczcyski, in Karls Hauptquartier im sächsischen Altranstädt überliefert. - Ein hier beiliegendes zweites Blatt mit dem vorausgegangenen Friedensschluß vom 7. Dezember 1706 ["Abbildung der offenen Taffel, woran beyderseits Königliche Majestäten ... bey der nach geschlossenen erwünschten Frieden ersten Zusammenkunft, Abends gespeiset in dem Königl. Schwedischen Haupt-Quartier Alt-Rannstadt den 7. (17.) Decembr. Anno 1706"; der untere Erklärungstext mit Impressum fehlt hier] ist bei Drugulin (II, 3796) und Snoilsky (S. 203) hingegen verzeichet. Snoilsky zitiert als Impressum: "Leipzig, auff den Auctions-Platz, in Rothhaubts Hoff am Markte. 1707". Da beide Blätter ganz offensichtlich vom selben Drucker stammen, muß es sich entweder um nacheinander erschienene Flugblätter oder eine Serie zum Friedensschluß handeln. Der einzige für uns auffindbare Nachweis von Exemplaren dieser Drucke in öffentlichen Bibliotheken ist eine Handschrift, in der neben unseren beiden Blättern noch ein weiteres, eine Generalstabs-Quartierliste Karls XII. im Quartier Altranstädt, beigebunden ist (Akten über den schwedischen Einfall nach Sachsen, siehe: L. Schmidt, Katalog der Handschriften der königl.-öffentlichen Bibliothek zu Dresden, Bd. III, Wiesbaden 1906, S. 257). - Kleine, alt hinterlegte Randläsuren, leichte Faltspuren, gering gebräunt und fleckig.

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        Historische Nachricht von dem Ursprunge und Wachsthum des Heiligen Römischen Reichs freyer Stadt Nürnberg. Aus uralten glaubwürdigen documentis und Urkunden vorgestellet.

      Franckfurt und Leipzig, bey Christoph Bachmeyer 1707. 8°. Titelbl., 6 nn. Bll., 541 S., mit 6 (v. 8) gef., gest. Taf., 15 nn. Bll. (Register), mit e. Titelblattvignette, Kopfleisten, Initialen u. Schlussvignetten - Angebunden: (GUNDLING, Nicolaus Hieronymus). Des. Heil. Römischen Reichs freye Stadt Nürnberg. Ohne Impressum (um 1700), 8°. 1 gest. Taf., Titelbl., 2 nn. Bll., 158 S., 1 nn. Bl. (Inhalt), mit Kopfleisten, Initialen u. Schlussvignetten. - Angebunden: (GUDE, Heinrich Ludwig). Der Staat von Preussen. (Halle, Rengerische Buchhandlung vor 1708). 8°. Gest. Frontisp., (Titelbl.) 122 S., mit Kopfleisten u. Initialen. - Angebunden: PREUSSEN. - Wohlgemeinte und Unvorgreiffliche Anmerckunge (!) bey der..Beschreibung des Staats von Preussen. Ohne Impressum (um 1708). 8°. (Titelbl.), 40 S., mit Kopfleisten, Initialen u. e. kleinen Ziervignette. Halblederband aus neuerer Zeit, Einbanddeckel marmoriert, Buchschnitt rotgefärbt. Seiten nur schwach gebräunt u. wenig fleckig. Mit Besitzstempel (Sammlung Heimeran) und Besitzeintrag von alter Hand am vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblatt (Johann Michael Böck. 1837). Will, Nürnbergisches Gelehrten-Lexicon 1,58. Vgl. ADB 10,129f. (Gundling). VD18 11295112 (Gude). Vgl ADB 10,87. Jöcher 2,1242f. Bircher 9140 u. 9141 (Gude) - Sammelband mit vier selbständig erschienenen Werken - die Nürnberg betreffenden, anonym erschienenen, Schriften verfasste Nikolaus Hieronymus G. (1671-1729), Frühaufklärer, bedeutender Jurist u. ab 1707 Professor an der neugegründeten Universität in Halle. - Heinrich Ludwig G. (gest. 1707), gab eine Reihe zum praktischen Gebrauch bestimmter Schriften mit Beschreibungen der meisten europäischen und einiger außereuropäischen Staaten, mit präzisen und übersichtlichen Daten zu Genealogie und Topographie heraus, vorl. der `Staat von Preussen`, mit e. gestochenen Porträt König Friedrich I. von Preussen (1657-1713), welchem noch `Anmerkungen` eines anonymen Autors beigebunden sind. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Deutschland, Mittelfranken, Bayern, Nürnberg, Stadtgeschichte, 18. Jahrhundert

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        The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the church, according to the use of the Church of England : Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, pointed as they are to be sung or said in churches.

      London : Printed by Charles Bill, and the executrix of Thomas Newcomb, deceas'd ; printers to the Queens Most Excellent Majesty, 1707 - Bound in contemporary calf with elaborate gilt borders. Spine gilt in 6 compartments. Small crack along joint. 416 unnumbered pages. Frontispiece portrait of Queen Anne; 50 engraved plates of New Testament scenes on 49 leaves. Leaves ruled in red. Old stain (minor) on Epistle Rom. 15. 4. Otherwise, plates and pages are very well preserved. Early signature of Elisa Walter. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Genealogical History of the Kings and Queens of England, and Monarchs of Great Britain &c. From the Conquest, Anno 1066, to the Year 1707

      London : M Fenour, for John Nicholson; and Robert Knaplock, 1707 A good copy of the 2nd enlarged edition in contemporary full leather binding with 5 double page plates, 70 full page engravings and 2 double page genealogical tables. This edition was brought up to date by Samuel Stebbing, who added material for the years from 1677 to 1707, to Sandford's substantial work begun when he was Lancaster Herald of Arms in Charles II's reign. The quality of the work - from the material, to the paper, to the illustration - is very high, with some of the paper resembling light card. This copy was owned by Henry, Duke of Kent (1671-1740); Thomas Philip de Grey (2nd Earl of Grey - known as Lord Grantham - 1781-1859), and the Drummond Clan. There are armorial bookplates for all three on the front pastedown and fep - the Drummond plate with the motto 'Gang Warily'. The contemporary full leather binding is complete, but the spine joints have worn and there is wear to corners, with leather loss, and some damage to the title label on the spine, which has raised bands and elaborate gilt decoration. There is a gilt border to the boards. The page edges are lightly speckled. The endpapers are marbled with repair (failed) to the front endpapers; and the verso's and 2 initial and final blanks have spotting. The second initial blank has some creasing and repair. This copy has been priced to take account of the cost of binding repair. Internally, the contents are in very good condition. With title page in red and black; dedication 2pp; To the Reader 2pp; subscribers list 2pp; half title to Book I; text with illustrations in text, including headpieces, and full page and genealogical tables 878pp. Structured in 7 books with half titles for each present.Index 26pp and errata 1p. There is a little damp staining in the gutter p1-9; the ring mark from a small ?coffee can at the bottom of p263/4; a small paper flaw at p357; loss to the corner tip p371; small worm damage at the bottom edge of pp 453-64; light staining to edges of the index; a little light spotting to the plate at p597; and occasional ?soot specks in gutter of folding plates. Overall the text and engravings are bright, crisp and unmarked.

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        Karten Einiger an dem Ufer deß Rheins ligender Festungen worbey die Kajserle. Bühler, Hagenauer und Weissenburger Linien, Wie auch die Bataille bey Hünninge und leste Glorieuse Belagerung Landau angezeigt Alles mit sonderbahrem Fleiß gezeichnet von Johann Conrad Fuchs, Hochfürstl. Öttingischen Landts Hauptmann. Verlegt von Jeremia Wolff Kunsthandlern in Augspurg, A°. 1707. Cum Priv. Sac. Caes. Majest. Carte De Quelques Fortresses Situees Au Bord Du Rhin Dans La Quelle Sont Compris Les Lignes Imperles. De Buhl, De Hagenau Et De Weissenburg, Avec La Bat[taille De] Hunnique, Et le Dernièr Siège De Landau':.

      - Kupferstich von 2 Platten gedruckt v. Johann Konrad Fuchs b. Jeremias Wolff in Augsburg, dat. 1707, 142 x 53,5 Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, Landkarten der Pfalz am Rhein, 1513-1803, S. 35; Ritter, Die Landkarten von Jeremias Wolff und Johann Friedrich Probst, in: Cartographica Helvetica, 35 - 2007, S. 22; Gier-Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck und Verlagswesen, S. 1255 f. - Jeremias Wolff war als Kupferstecher, Kunsthändler, Buchhändler u. Verleger in Augsburg von 1688-1724 tätig. - Zeigt den Rheinlauf mit beidseitigen Gebieten von Mainz bis Rheinfelden. - Die größeren Städte wie Freiburg, Basel, Breisach, Strassburg, Landau, Philippsburg, Mannheim etc. mit Befestigungsanlagen. - Unten links große fig. Titelkartusche. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. - Seltener Augsburger Einblattdruck! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Tabula Hungaria Et Regionum, quae praterea ab ea dependent, Delineata juxta magnum numerum annotationum et mappas manuscriptas vel impreßas, Correcta per Observationes Comitis Marcilii et non nullorum aliorum, Per Guillielmum De l' Isle, Geographum Academiae Regalis Scientiarum: prostat nunc in Officina Ier. Wolfii Aug. Vind. - Mattheus Seutter sc. Aug. Vindelicor.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Matthäus Seutter n. Guillaume de L' Isle b. Jeremias Wolff in Augsburg, v. 1707, 46,5 x 64,4 Ritter, Die Landkarten von Jeremias Wolff und Johann Friedrich Probst, in: Cartographica Helvetica, 35 - 2007, S. 22; Szántai, Atlas Hungaricus 1528-1850, Vol. II, S. 701, Wolf 1a, mit Abb.; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm., S. 395 (L' Isle), S. 577 (Seutter) u. S. 672 (Wolff); Gier-Janota, Augsburger Buchdruck und Verlagswesen von den Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart, S. 1255 f. (Wolff) u. S. 1264 (Seutter).- Zeigt Ungarn mit den angrenzenden Ländern; mittig Siebenbürgen. - Unten rechts dekorative Kartusche mit Kartentitel, Autoren- und Verlegerangabe; unten links Kartusche mit 4 verschiedenen Meilenzeigern und Stechersignatur von Matthäus Seutter. - 1. Zustand der Ungarnkarte von Jeremias Wolff; ein 2. Zustand erschien nach 1757 bei Tobias Conrad Lotter in Augsburg. - Seltener Augsburger Einblattdruck. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Tabula Selenographica in qua Lunarium Macularum exacta Descriptio secundum Nomenclaturam Praestantissimorum Astronomorum tam Hevelii quam Riccioli Curiosis Rei Sidereae Cultoribus exhibetur Joh. Babr. Doppelmajero Math. P.P. upera Joh. Baptistae Homanni Norinbergae. Undated 1707 or 1742

      GORGEOUS HAND-COLORED EARLY 18th c. DOUBLE HEMISPHERE MAP OF THE SURFACE OF THE MOON - based upon the models of Johannes Hevelius and Giovanni Riccioli, this map is the first comparative chart of the Moon. Both spheres illustrate the same side of the Moon and each is topographically detailed, offering a greater than 360 degree viewing with all visible features weighted equally. The left hand map is by Hevelius with place names rendered in his nomenclature; the right hand map is by Riccioli with place names rendered in his nomenclature. Though the two systems of naming would go on to compete with each other for another 140 years, eventually Hevelius' Latin names gave way to those of Riccioli's (and those names remain in use today). The map measures a full 20.5 x 23.5 inches (52.07 x 59.69cm) and first appeared in 1707 in Johann Baptist Homann's Neuer Atlas, then again in 1742 as plate no. 11 in Doppelmayr's important Atlas Coelestis. Because both were published by Homann's Nuremburg firm, there is literally no discernible difference between the two publications; this fact makes it all but impossible to discern which of the two publications this map originated within. The lunar map on the left, "composed by Hevelius is considered a foundational map in the science of Selenography - or lunar cartography. This map first appeared in Hevelius' 1647 work Selenographia, [a work which] laid the groundwork for most subsequent lunar cartographic studies. Here the moon is presented as it can never be seen from Earth, at greater than 360 degrees and with all visible features given equal weight. In this map Hevelius also establishes the convention of mapping the lunar surface as if illuminated from a single source - in this case morning light. The naming conventions he set forth, which associate lunar features with terrestrial locations such as 'Asia Minor', 'Persia', [and 'Sicilia', were popular until the middle of the 18th century when Riccioli's nomenclature took precedence. "The Riccioli map, on the right, is more properly known as the Riccioli-Grimaldi map, for fellow Jesuit Francesco Grimaldi with whom Riccioli composed the chart. This map first appeared in Riccioli and Grimaldi's 1651 Almagestum Novum. This was a significant lunar chart and offered an entirely new nomenclature which, for the most part, is still in use today. Curiously, though Riccioli, as a devout Jesuit, composed several treatises denouncing Copernican theory, he chose to name one of the Moon's most notable features after the astronomer - perhaps suggesting that he was a secret Copernicus sympathizer? Other well-known lunar features named by Riccioli include the Sea of Tranquility where Apollo 11 landed and where Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the moon's surface. "The upper left and right hand quadrants feature decorative allegorical cartouche work that include images of angelic children looking through a telescope and a representation of the ancient Greek Moon goddess Selene. Additional mini-maps show the moon in various phases of its monthly cycle" (Geographicus Rare Antique Maps). Beneath the maps is an "extensive Latin text discussing Selenography" (ibid). Between the two spheres appears a model depicting the varied phases of the moon; as well, the variant lunar phases appear in the four corners of the map. Johannes Hevelius (1611-1687) was a Polish politician (mayor), brewer, and astronomer. Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr (1677-1750) was a German mathematician and astronomer. Giovanni Battista Riccioli (1598-1671) was an Italian Jesuit priest and astronomer. Johann Homann (1664-1724) was a German geographer and cartographer who in 1702 founded the publishing house which published the 1707 map; Homann's heirs published the 1742 one. CONDITIONS & DETAILS: 20.5 x 23.5 inches (52.07 x 59.69cm). Hand-colored with strong printer impression. Small professionally rendered repair on the rear; very small closed tear at the right foot (not impacting image or text); slight toning and a light, barely visible water stain at the upper right corner. The coloring remains bright and vibrant. Very good condition.

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        Poema Tograi. Cum versione Latina Jacobi Golii hactenus inedita edidit M. Anchersen.

      Utrecht, Broedelet, 1707. - Small 4to. (20), 46 pp. With engr. title vignette. Contemp. vellum. "Édition estimée, et dont les exemplaires sont peu communs, parce que (selon Vogt) ils ont presque tous été perdus en mer" (Brunet). The accounts regarding the precise number of copies salvaged from the wreck vary: Schnurrer mentions 5 or 6, Ehrencron-Müller states 50. In any case, the number of copies extant is very small and thus the book is extremely rare. It contains the poem "Lamiyat al-Agam" by al-Hasan Ibn-Ali at-Tugrai (c. 1061-1121) in the Arabic original with a Latin translation and copious commentary by the Danish theologian Matthias Anchersen (1682-1741). "A complaint over the unfortunate circumstances of his times and over his own lot" (cf. GAL). - Some browning and foxing due to paper. The author's personal copy, inscribed to his brother Ansgar on the front flyleaf. Smitskamp 318. Schnurrer 199. Ehrencron-Müller I, 113. Brunet V, 875. Ebert 23020. Cf. GAL I, p. 247 (the 1717 ed.).

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        Cowley's Works Vols. I-III; The Works of Abraham Cowley Consisting of Those Which Were Formerly Printed and Those He Designed for the Press Origional Copies with the Cutter of Coleman-Street (2 Volumes) Tenth Edition (and) The Third and Last Volume of the Works Eighth Edition

      London: Jacob Tonson (Vols 1&2), Charles Harper (Volume 3), 1707. Tenth (vol 1 &2), Eighth (vol 3) Edition. Full-Leather. Very Good. London: Jacob Tonson (Vols 1&2), Charles Harper (Volume 3), 1707. Tenth (vol 1 &2), Eighth (vol 3) Edition. Very Good. 1708. Three Volume set uniformlty bound in panelled calf w/ 5 raised bands. Volumes 1 and 2 were first printed as a small folio in 1668. Volumes 1 & 2 are the 1707, 10th edition "printed for Jacob Tonson within the Grays-Inn Gate next to the Grays-Inn Lane." Volume 3 in this collection is "The Third and Last Volume of the Works of Mr Abraham Crowley: Being The Second and Third parts therof... Part II, What was written and published by himself... Part III, His Six Books of Plants... " This 3rd volume is the 1708, Eighth Edition "Printed for Charles Harper, at the Flower-de-luce over and against S. Dunstan's Church, Fleetstreet" All three are bound as a matched set. Volume 1 fold-out (opposite "Miscellanies") present and pristine. Boards are all attached and hinges are strong. Volume 3 front hinge is cracked but not split. Volumes 1 and 3 are signed in illegible quilled pen inside front cover. Volume 1 has an eighth inch chip missing from the top left of spine. Corners are typicall worn. Leather is dry but overall pretty good condition for 300 years old. Pages are very clean, not foxed, but there are a few small dark spots. No tears. A handsom well preserved set. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        GEMME ANTIGHE FIGURATE DATE IN LUCE DA DOMENICO ROSSI COLLE SPOSIZIONI DI PAOLO ALESSANDRO MAFFEI."

      1707 - Impreso en ROMA, Stamperio alla Pace, MDCCVII-MDCCIX. (1707-1709). En folio, 4 volúmenes. Ecuadernación de época en plena piel, lomo dorado con cinco nervios y dos tejuelos. 1) XXXII p., incluso portada, 105 laminas grabadas, 130 p., 7 h. 2) 4 h., incluso portada, 103 laminas grabadas, 234 p., 3 h., 21 h., 1 h. 3) 6 h., incluso portada, 102 laminas grabadas, 224 p., 3 h., 19 p., 1 h. 4) XV p., 100 laminas de la 17, con el COLOFON. Excepcional ejemplar con 414 preciosas laminas grabadas. En portadas aparece sello tintado "Biblioteca de las Artes Antonio Canovas Vallejo" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historische Nachricht von dem Ursprunge und Wachsthum des Heil. Röm. Reichs freyer Stadt Nürnberg. Aus uralten glaubwürdigen documentis und Urkunden vorgestellet., angebunden:1. Des Heil. Römischen Reichs Freye Stadt Nürnberg ( Vergleichung der Stundenrechnung) m. Titelkupfer, 158 S., . 2. Der Staat von Preussen. Porträt-Kupfer, 122 S.,. 3. Wohlgemeinte und Unvorgreiffliche Anmerckunge bey der Neulich in Truck herausgekommenen Beschreibung des Staat von Preussen. 40 S.,

      Franckfurt und Leipzig, bey Christoph Bachmeyer, 1707,. - 3 Bll., 541 S., 9 Kupfertafeln, 1 Karte gefaltet Einband beschabt und fleckig, gebräunt, sehr vereinzelt fleckig, insgesamt noch gut erhalten. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 800

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        Real retrato del austriaco Monarca, y Rey legitimo de las Españas D. Carlos el Tercero, propuesto al Balear Cariño, que por la dilatada ausencia de tan amable Monarca, suspiraba. Con su epigraphe y autentica inscripcion, segun el comun estilo de los discretos Notarios estipulada. Delineado sobre la tela de una panegyrica oracion que dixo el R. P. F. Thomas Barcelò en la celebridad festiva á 7 de Noviembre de 1706, por la feliz restitucion del Reyno Balear al legitimo y suave dominio de tan deseado Monarca

      - Palma de Mallorca. En la Emprenta del Real Convento de S. Domingo, 1707. 19x14 cm. X+58 p. Rústica provisional del siglo XIX. Tenue marca de agua en esquina inferior izda., pero buen estado. Rarísimo ejemplar Primera edición.

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        Otia salmantina in quatuor libros divisa . Ubi praecipuialiquoe Juris Civilis tractarus, & plura Iuris Consultorum esponsa explicantut: Saepe quidem ex nova abservatione . .

      1707. . 1707 - ex officina Eugenii Antonii Garcia. Salmanticae. . 1 Vol. . Antport. + Port. + 10H + 408 pp. + Index (27 pp.). Folio. Pergamino. Derecho (General), Idiomas (Latín), Siglo XVIII . Interesante y rara obra sobre derecho civil y jurisprudencia escrita por Bartolomé de Henao Colón y Larriategui. Profesor de la Universidad de Salamanca y autor de ascendencia vascongada. Buen ejemplar con texto a dos columnas y portada a dos tintas. Ilustrado con viñetas xilográficos y capitulares orladas. Encuadernado en pergamino con lomera caligrafiada. .

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        Le Diable Boiteux,

      Amsterdam, Henri Desbordes, Marchand Libraire dans le Kalvestraat, 1707. (sic). 1 blank, engrd. allegorical frontispice, title w. engrd. title-vignette, 2 unnumbered leaves, 348 pp. & 2 unnumbered leaves (table des matières). Full contemporary vellum with ink-titled spine. 12°. First edition published in France in 1707 and probably simultaneously in Amsterdam (or = Paris?). Very good copy w. an ExL. of Swets on pastedown. Cf. for the Paris first edition (?) VICAIRE 39531, who does not state an engrd. frontispice; BRUNET however does. The first edition outside France in the same year as the first Paris edition. ¶ A very sound copy. RARE. Only 4 copies in major European libraries: one in Oxford one in Berlin, one in the SWB. and one in the BN. Collation en langue francaise sur demande. FORT RARE. Le catalogue de la Bibliothèque Nationale décrit cette éditon comme "2ème" et "Description matérielle : VIII-318 p. : index ;", pas mentionnant la frontispice, ni dans VICAIRE, pendant BRUNET mentionne une frontispice pour cette édition.

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        Geographia,Atlas,anno 1797,Cellarius Ch.,26 maps, complete

      Cellarius Christoph, 1638-1707 - Geographia, Atlas, anno 1797, Cellarius Ch., 26 Karten, komplett Geographia Antiqua, Atlas, edited in London, anno 1797, 8°, original leather binding, spine cracked, blank leaf, cracked, frontispiz, 3 leaves, 180 pages, 26 coppermaps, 1 copperengraving. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Principatus Cataloniae nec non Comitatuum Ruscinonensis Et Cerretaniae Nova Tabula.

      Nürnberg, Homann, vor 1707.. Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte, Bildausschnitt 48,5 x 56,5 cm, Blattgr. 54 x 63,5 cm.. Sandler, Johann Baptista Homann, Die Homännischen Erben, Matthäus Seutter und Ihre Landkarten, p 58 (Nr. 12); schon im ersten 1707 im Homann-Verlag erschienen Atlas enthalten, wohl eine Kopie der gleichnamigen Karte von N. Visscher, zeit Katalonien von den Pyrenäen bis zum Mittelmeer, mit dekorativer Titelkartusche unten rechts; mit der üblichen Mittelfalz, etwas gebräunt.

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        Les lettres. Traduites en françois sur l'édition nouvelle des P P. Benedictins. Avec des .

      J.-B. Brovellio. Lille. 1707. - . avec des notes par M. du Bois. 3ème édition. 6 vol. in-12, reliés 1/2 vélin aux coins, environ 3335pp. TBE.

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