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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). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Recueil Des Voiages [Voyages] qui ont servi à L'établissement et aux progrès de la Compagnie des Indes Orientales, formée dans les Provinces-Unies des Païs-Bas. Volume 6.

      Etienne Roger, Amsterdam 1707 - vellum binding with gilt decorations on covers and spine, green leather titles labels on the spine, all edges gilt. 764 pages. A French edition of early Dutch voyages to the East Indies. This volume covers the voyages of Admiral Verhoeven 1607-11, Pieter van de Broeck We also have volumes 6 and 7 in stock. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        1760 Bible, KJV - 2 Volume - First Edition of Parris's Final Revision

      - First Edition of Parris's Final Revision. 2 Vols. One of the most important Bible printings of the 18th Century. Francis Sawyer Parris, 1707-60, was a biblical scholar, whose textual corrections, italicization's, marginal notes, column headings and cross-references, played a major part in updating and standardizing the 1611 King James Version. From 1740 until his death in May 1760, Parris worked on the KJV, focusing on textual correction, italicization, and marginal notes, column headings and cross-references. His work culminated in this 1760 version, printed by Joseph Bentham at Cambridge; reprinted without textual change. both copies are in good condition. tight binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LITOTOMIA OVVERO DEL CAVAR LA PIETRA DEL DOTTORE TOMMASO ALGHISI

      Giuseppe Manni, Firenze 1707 - In-folio, piena pelle coeva, dorso decorato in oro. 24, CX pp., 1 f. (approvazioni), con 16 tavole incise in rame f.t. Ottimo esemplare. Edizione originale. Capolavoro dell' Alghisi, che fu il più celebre litotomista italiano del suo tempo; contiene una dettagliata descrizione dell' intervento, con l' introduzione di qualche perfezionamento ed è corredato di belle tavole eseguite su disegni originali dell' Autore, le quali raffigurano le parti anatomiche interessate le varie fasi dell' operazione ed i relativi strumenti chirurgici fra cui alcuni di sua invenzione. Egli è inoltre considerato un precursore della litotrissia (Cfr. Ravasini, l' Urologia in Italia, p. 41). Hirsch, I, p. 87. Waller, 351. Wellcome, II, p. 30. Portal, Hist. de l' anatomie et de la chirurgie, IV, pp. 403-4. Murphy, Hist. of urology. p. 100. Landes, Tommaso Alghisi: Florentine lithotomist (in Journ. of Hist. of medicine, VII, pp. 326-49. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Sainte Bible qui Contient le Vieux et le Nouveau Testament, expliquee Par des Notes de Theologie et de Critique sur la Version ordinaire des Eglises Reformees, revue sur les Originaux et retouchee dans le Langage: Avec des Prefaces particulieres sur chacun des Livres de l'Ecriture sainte, et deux Prefaces generales sur l'Ancien et le Nouveau Testament. Par David Martin, Pasteur de l'Eglise Wallonne d'Utrecht.

      Amsterdam: Chez Henry Desbordes, Pierre Mortier, Pierre Brunel, Libraires, 1707.. 1 gestochenes Frontispiz, 1 Titelblatt mit gestochener Titelvignette, VIII , 398 Blätter, 3 gestochene doppelblattgroße Karten; 1 Titelblatt mit gestochener Titelvignette, 424 Blätter, 3 gestochene doppelblattgroße Karten, (Vieux et le Nouveau Testament) (5 Bätter Table de Matiers), 66 Blätter Apocryphes. 39, 5 x 26 cm, zeitgenössische Lederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln und Rückenschmuck.. Erste Ausgabe der von David Martin bearbeiteten Bibelübersetzung. Die Karten sind betitelt: 1.: Description de la Geographie Sacree Tiree du Vieux & du Nouveau Testament, qui contient les Parties de Tout le Monde" Par N. Sanson; 2.: "Carte de la Situation du Paradis Terrestre, et des Pais par les Patriarches, Dreßee pour bien entendre L'Histoire Sainte" . 3.: Plan von Jerusalem (20 x 29 cm) mit umrahmenden bildhaften Darstellungen; 4.: "Carte de la Terre Sainte. Divisees selon les Douze Tribus d'Israel. Ou sont exactement marquez le voyages de Jesus-Christ &c." 5.: "Le Pais de Canaan traversee par N. S. Iesus Christ et par ses Apostres" 6.: "Carte Particilere de lieux les plus Renommes ou les Apotres ont Preche L'Evangile et faitt leurs Voyges et Celui de St. Paul a Rome. Dreßee pour bien entendre l'Histoire Evangelique". "Die Zuwanderung von Hugenotten ließ in den protestantischen Niederlanden neben Genf ein zweites Zentrum des reformierten Geisteslebens entstehen. Im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert spielte Amsterdam eine wichtige Rolle als Hochburg des hugenottischen Bibeldrucks. Dort ließ 1707 der zuletzt als Pfarrer in Utrecht tätige Gelehrte David Martin (1639-1721) seine sprachlich modernisierte Neubearbeitung der Genfer Bibel drucken. Zehn Jahre lang hatte er im Auftrag der niederländischen Hugenotten (Wallonische Synode der Generalstaaten) daran gearbeitet. (Vgl. Lippische Landesbibliothek, Detmold.) * * *Einige Wurmgänge im zweiten Band, die Blätter etwas wellig, Einbände am Rücken etwas berieben, die Fußkanten des 1. Bandes etwas bestoßen, Erwerbungsvermerk auf hinterem Vorsatz des 1. Bandes. Plan von Jerusalem mit ca 10 cm langem sauberem Riß im Falz. Im Ganzen noch gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        A BRIEF NARRATIVE Of The LIFE And DEATH Of That ANTIENT SERVANT Of The LORD And His PEOPLE, GILBERT LATEY:ÊShewing His Birth and Parentage, his coming up to London, and how he was brought to the Acknowledgment of the Truth: With some Account of Antient Friends, and of the first Settlement of Meetings in London, and other Parts: With divers Instances of his Publick Services; and how useful he was to Friend, by the Interest he had with Great Men, the Lord giving him Favour in their sight. To which is prefixed, the Testimonies of several Worthy Friends concerning him. Compiled for Publick Benefit, by R. Hawkins.

      Printed by J. Sowle,, London: 1707 - Modern quarter-calf binding with marbled paper boards. Maroon title label to spine second compartment. Renewed eps. 12mo: A^12 a^3 B - G^12 H^6. 1st Edition (Smith 2, p. 84). [30], 156 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Voiage aux Indes Orientales, commence l’an 1658.& fini l’an 1665

      1707 - From the library of the Duc de Luynes, the first French edition. 1707. Amsterdam. Estienne Roger. Two volumes in 12mo (155 mm x 90 mm). 1 [blank] + frontispiece + 1 ff. + 512; frontispiece, 1 ff. + 515 + 12 engraved plates –including portrait of the author. Contemporary calf gilt, raised bands to spine with morocco lettering-pieces, all tooled in gilt, very good. A handsome copy, only lightly browned. First French edition. Schouten (1638 – 1704) was a Dutch sailor, surgeon and explorer who sailed for the Dutch East India Company. The present work is an extensive account of his experiences during his time serving for the VOC in Batavia, Ceylon, the Moluccas islands and other parts of South East Asia, published first in Dutch –also in German-, in 1676, from which this French translation was prepared. A popular work, most copies survive of the later, 1725 edition. The illustration comprises an image of a rhinoceros, exotic fauna and flora. Provenance: Library of the Duc de Luynes, Chateau de Dampierre. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Isles Britanniques ou sont Les Royaumes d'Angleterre d'Escosse et d'Ireland &c.

      1707 - Paris, c.1707. Original outline colour. Dissected and laid on linen. 600 x 490mm. Some restoration at centrefold. Antique map of the British Isles, with an inset map of the Orkneys, Shetlands & Faroes top right. First issued with the date 1698, SHIRLEY: British Isles 1650-1750, Nolin 1, state ii of iii.

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        Introductio in analysin infinitorum.Lausanne: Marcus-Michaelis Bousquet & Socii, 1748.

      First edition, and a really remarkable copy in original state (the Norman copy), of Euler's great textbook on analysis. This is the only work of Euler listed in <i>Printing and the Mind of Man</i>. "In his 'Introduction to Analysis' Euler did for modern analysis what Euclid had done for ancient geometry" (PMM). The editors of Euler's collected works emphasize that the <i>Introductio</i> work "still today deserves to be not only read, but studied with devotion. No mathematician will put it aside without immense benefit," and that the <i>Introductio</i> "marks the beginning of a new epoch and that this work has become influential for the whole development of the mathematical science by virtue of not only its content, but also its language." Extremely rare in this condition. <br/><br/> PMM 196; Norman 732 (this copy); Landmark Writing in Western Mathematics 13.<br/><br/> "Leonhard Euler (1707-83), the great Swiss mathematician, was born at Basel where he became the pupil of Johann Bernoulli, whose sons persuaded Catherine the Great to invite him to St. Petersburg. In 1747 he was invited by Frederick the Great to Berlin. In 1766 he became blind, but this did not interfere with his colossal output of work. Altogether he produced thirty-two books in Latin, German and French, and approximately nine hundred memoirs (making him the most productive mathematician who ever lived). He covered practically the entire field of pure and applied mathematics, but some of his best and most enduring work was done in analysis, which he established as an independent science. <br/><br/> "In his 'Introduction to Analysis' Euler did for modern analysis what Euclid had done for ancient geometry. It contains an exposition of algebra, trigonometry and analytical geometry, both plane and solid, a definition of logarithms as exponents, and important contributions to the theory of equations. He evolved the modern exponential treatment of logarithms, including the fact that each number has an infinity of natural logarithms. In the early chapters there appears for the first time the definition of mathematical function, one of the fundamental concepts of modern mathematics. From Euler's time mathematics and physics tended to be treated algebraically, and many of his principles are still used in teaching mathematics" (PMM). <br/><br/> "The topics in the <i>Introductio</i> include: the definition of a function and the distinction between single-valued and many-valued 'functions', or odd and even functions. There are questions of polynomial factorization related to the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra; substitutions, infinite series, exponentials and logarithms, and expansions into partial fractions; multiple angle formulas; evaluations of <i>ζ(2k)</i>, for <i>k</i> a positive integer (the famous so-called Basel problem); infinite series-infinite product formulas; and partitions of integers. Much of the latter part of volume 1 is devoted to generating functions and continued fractions. Volume 2 is largely concerned with classification of curves and the study of the conics, and higher degree curves and surfaces. D. J. Struik referred to it as the first textbook in analytic geometry (<i>A concise history of mathematics</i> (1948), p. 168)... <br/><br/> "Beyond the beautiful mathematics contained in the book, however, there is the beauty of the original edition of this set of volumes as physical objects. Most of Euler's books were published by the press of the Academy in St. Petersburg. Those are rather sober, straightforward products of the printer's art. When Euler wrote the <i>Introductio</i>-probably around 1745-he was working in Berlin. Unfortunately the Berlin Academy published journals but not books, and the St. Petersburg Academy was having financial problems. So Euler had to look for a publisher elsewhere. In 1744 his <i>Methodus inveniendi lineas curvas</i> had been published by the firm of Marc-Michel Bousquet, located in Lausanne and Geneva. So he approached them about publishing the <i>Introductio</i>. This firm had also published in 1742 a beautifully decorated set of four volumes, the <i>Opera Omnia</i> of Jean Bernoulli. Handsome though these earlier volumes were, fortunately for us, the publisher seems to have given this set of two volumes an even more generous budget, so the book is decorated with an elegant engraving for a frontispiece, a title page in two colors, a fold-out, engraved dedication portrait of the physicist-astronomer-geologist Jean Jacques Dortous de Mairan, who was a patron of the publisher, secretary of the Académie Royale des Sciences and member of various other scientific societies" (G. J. Alexanderson, 'Euler's <i>Introductio in analysis infinitorum</i>,' Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 44 (2007), p. 636). <br/><br/>. 2 vols. 4to (265 x 212 mm), pp [vi], iii-xvi, [3] 4-320, folding printed table after p.224; [iv] [3] 4-398 [2], titles printed in red and black with engraved title vignette, engraved frontispiece by Soubeyran after De la Monce, engraved folding portrait of dedicatee Jean Jacques Dortous de Mairan (1678-1771) by Etienne Frequet (1719-94) after J. Tocquet, and 40 folding engraved plates. Original boards, uncut (light browning and staining to a few gatherings), bookplate of Haskell F. Norman on front pastedown of vol. 1

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        Universal Arithmetick: or, a Treatise of Arithmetical Composition and Resolution. To which is added, Dr. Halley's Method of finding the Roots of Aequations Arithmetically. Translated from the Latin by the late Mr. Raphson, and revised and corrected by Mr. Cunn.London: J. Senex et al., 1720.

      First edition in English, the second overall after the first (Latin) edition (1707), of Newton's treatise on algebra, or 'universal arithmetic,' his "most often read and republished mathematical work" (Whiteside). "Included are 'Newton's identities' providing expressions for the sums of the <i>i</i>th powers of the roots of any polynomial equation, for any integer <i>i</i>, plus a rule providing an upper bound for the positive roots of a polynomial, and a generalization, to imaginary roots, of René Descartes' Rule of Signs" (Parkinson, p. 138). About this last rule for determining the number of imaginary roots of a polynomial (which Newton offered without proof), Gjertsen (p. 35) notes: "Some idea of its originality ... can be gathered from the fact that it was not until 1865 that the rule was derived in a rigorous manner by James Sylvester." The tract by Halley on 'A new, accurate and easy method for finding the roots of any equations generally, without prior reduction' (pp. 259-272) had also been appended to the first Latin edition.<br/><br/> "In fulfillment of his obligations as Lucasian Professor, Newton first lectured on algebra in 1672 and seems to have continued until 1683. Although the manuscript of the lectures in [Cambridge University Library] carries marginal dates from October 1673 to 1683, it should not be assumed that the lectures were ever delivered. There are no contemporary accounts of them and, apart from Cotes who made a transcript of them in 1702, they seem to have been totally ignored. Whiteside (<i>Papers</i> V, p. 5) believes that they were composed 'over a period of but a few months' during the winter of 1683-4" (Gjertsen, pp. 33-4). In preparing the lectures Newton took the opportunity not only to extend Cartesian algebraic methods, but also to restore the geometrical analysis of the ancients, giving his lectures on algebra a strongly geometric flavor. Although the <i>Arithmetica</i> initially made little impact in Britain, on the Continent the reception accorded the lectures was more positive. "Leibniz, unhesitatingly divining their author beneath the cloak of anonymity, gave them a long review in the <i>Acta Eruditorum</i> of Leipzig in 1708. Written thirty years before, he noted, and now deservingly printed by William Whiston, he assured the reader that 'you will find in this little book certain particularities that you will seek in vain in great tomes on analysis.' His close associate, Johann Bernoulli, despite some adverse remarks paid Newton the compliment in 1728 of basing his own course on the elements of algebra upon Newton's text" (Hall, p. 174). <br/><br/> Little is known of the life of the translator Joseph Raphson: he was elected FRS in December 1689, having been proposed by Halley on the basis of his most important work <i>Analysis aequationum</i> (1690), which contains his independent discovery of what is now known as the Newton-Raphson method (or sometimes, unjustly, 'Newton's method') for the approximate numerical solution of equations. Newton had developed the method in his tract 'The method of fluxions,' composed in 1671 but not published until 1736, but Raphson's version is simpler and is the one widely used today. The nature and extent of Raphson's relationship with Newton remains unclear. According to Copenhaver, "Raphson was one of the few people whom Newton allowed to see his mathematical papers. As early as 1691, he and Edmund Halley were involved in plans to publish Newton's work of the early 1670's on quadrature of curves, a project fulfilled only in 1704, and then in a much different form. In 1711, Roger Cotes and William Jones arranged for Raphson to see some of Newton's papers '... pertinent to his design of writing an History of the Method of Fluxions'." Raphson did indeed write his <i>History of Fluxions</i>, the first history of the subject, but it did not appear until 1715, after Raphson had died (probably in 1712 - see Thomas & Smith, p. 158-9). It is unclear how pleased Newton was with this work despite its clear position in favour of Newton's claims to priority over those of Leibniz, and he probably delayed its publication. Certain letters which had passed between Newton and Leibniz were appended to copies of the first edition soon after its initial appearance, causing a dispute with Johann Bernoulli to erupt. Newton later admitted to Varignon that he had been responsible for the addition of the letters. <br/><br/> ESTC T18582; Babson 201; D. Gjertsen, <i>Newton Handbook</i>, 1986; A. R. Hall, <i>Isaac Newton</i>, 1992; R. S. Westfall, <i>Never at Rest</i>, 1983. For Raphson, see: B. Copenhaver, 'Jewish Theologies of Space in the Scientific Revolution: Henry More, Joseph Raphson, Isaac Newton and their Predecessors,' <i>Annals of Science</i> 37 (1980), 489-548; D. J. Thomas & J. M. Smith, 'Joseph Raphson, F.R.S.,' <i>Notes Rec. R. Soc. Lond.</i> 44 (1990), 151-167.. 8vo (192 x 118 mm), pp [iv], iv, 272 with eight folding engraved plates. Contemporary panelled calf (corners a bit worn, short crack at head of lower joint), red morocco lettering piece on spine. A very fine copy

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        Radier-Büchlein, handelt von der Etzkunst, nemlich: Wie man mit Scheidewasser in Kupffer etzen. solle. Beneben kurtzer Beschreibung, wie Kupferplatten abzudrucken. Nürnberg, Fürst 1689. 8°. 10Bll. 201S.3Bll. mit 18 Kupfertafeln, Prgt. d. Zt.

      - Bircher B 1707 - Graesse I, 501 - nicht in Fromm u. BL.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe.- Das klassische Werk über die Druckkunst erschien erstmals 1645 in Paris durch Abraham Bosse in französischer Sprache. Die Kupfer mit interessanten Darstellungen der verschiedenen Drucktechniken u. Werkstattdarstellungen.- Ebd. etw. fleckig, sonst nur geringe Gebrauchsspuren. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Geographikon bibloi. Strabonis rerum geographicarum libri xvii. (Geographia cum notis Casauboni et aliorum. )

      Amsterdam: J. Wolters. 1707. Second Casaubons. Hardcover. Two volumes, folio [xlii], 677, [i]; 679-1329, [xcii] + errata leaf. Half-title; full page engraved pre-title. followed by rubricated title with engraved vignette. Parallel text in Greek and Latin. Dibdin II, 433. Blind-ruled & embossed Dutch vellum bindings. Both covers detached with some loss of vellum to spines.; Additional images and further information provided upon request. Please note this set will require additional postage. .

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        "De Wetgeeving op den Berg Sinai. Exod. XIX." Erscheinung Gottes auf dem Berg Sinai (2. Buch Mosis, 19).

      . Kupferstich, auf Bütten. 33:42 cm. Pierre Mortier excud. - Vollrandiger sehr guter Abdruck, mit vertikaler Bugfalte, verso an den Rändern Tesafilmspuren. Literatur: Nagler aus 20. Tafel 63 aus: Historiae celeberrimae veteris et novis testamenti iconibus repraesentatae. Verlegt bei Chr. Weigel, Nürnberg 1707..

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        Histoire naturelle des quadrupèdes ovipares et des serpens [= Histoire naturelle, vols. XXXVII-XXXVIII].Dordrecht, A. Blussé and son, 1799. 2 volumes. 4to. Each volume with the same woodcut vase of flowers, 2 engraved headpieces, 63 full-page engraved plates, some tables in text. 19th-century uniform half calf, shell marbled sides, gold-tooled spines.

      Landwehr, Coloured plates 45; Nissen, ZBI 678; Schuh's Biobliography of mineralogy (online ed.), Buffon no. 4 (http://www.minrec.org/libdetail.asp?id=233). The reptile and amphibian section of Buffon's monumental work on the general and particular natural history. Many species (frogs, snakes, lizards, salamanders, turtles, etc.) are depicted in their natural habitat. The work is here in the new edition published at Amsterdam and Dordrecht, the only quarto edition to rival the original French Imprimerie Royale edition. The last 2 leaves in vol. 1 give a list of the plates for both volumes.Georges Louis Leclerc (1707-1788) -- in 1717 his father became Comte de Buffon and Louis XV later made Georges Comte de Buffon -- was an inconspicuous student who only showed a special talent for mathematics. Initially he combined a career in finance with one in science, translating important works by Hales and Newton into French. In 1739 Buffon became director of the Jardin du Roi, later the Jardin des Plantes, and the Histoire naturelle may have originated as a description of the royal collection. It appeared from 1749 to 1804 and eventually comprised 44 volumes. Buffon was assisted among others by the anatomist Louis Daubenton, and the final volumes were completed after his death under the direction of Comte de Lacépède.From the Stedelijk Gymnasium Bibliotheek, with its stamp on title-pages and a few flyleaves. The present series on reptiles and amphibians had been followed (rather than preceded) by the series on minerals, so that the bindings are numbered 25 and 26. Bindings show some wear and abrasions.

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        Porträt von Carl von Linne

      ca. 1770er. Kupferstich auf Papier. Inschrift unter der Darstellung: 'CARL VON LINNE./ Im Verlag von Ernst Fleischer in Leipzig.' Signatur des Künstlers: 'F.W. Bollinger fec:'. Papier & Platte: 17,2 cm x 10,1 cm. Darstellung: 9,4 cm x 7,1 cm. Professionell unter säurefreiem Museumspassepartout montiert.. Der Stich nach einem Porträt Carls von Linnes (1707-1778) wenige Jahre vor dessen Tod, zeigt den schwedischen Naturforscher, der die binäre Nomenklatur für Botanik und Zoologie schuf. Der mit Blumen versehene Kreuzorden am Band verweist einmal auf seinen 1756 errungenen Adelsrang und auf sein Wirken als Botaniker.

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        Auserlesener Anmerckungen uber allerhand wichtige Materien und Schrifften. Erster u. zweiter Teil (v. 5) in 1 Band. Franckfurt u. Leipzig, Renger 1704-05. 8°. 8 Bll., 416 S., 8 Bll.; 1 Bl., 388 S., 10 Bll.- Vorgeb.: Der nechste und leichteste Weg zur Oratoria Practica, welchen ein junger Mensch, eder anders in Oratorischen Wissenschafften etwas vor sich bringen wil. Betreffend: No I. Die Gleichnüß-Reden nach denen Adagiis nebst einem Consilio Privato. Leipzig, Chr. Hülße, 1705. 6 Bll., 68 S., mit gest. Frontispiz, Prgt. d. Zt.

      - I) Kirchner 4372.- Die ersten beiden Jahrgänge der nur bis 1707 erschienenen Zeitschrift.- Enth. u.a.: J. H. Hoffmann ungedruckte Schriften; Ob Schulen nöthig und nützlich seyn zur Lehre der Weißheit; Ob jemahls Riesen inn der Welt gewesen; Von dem so genannten Philipps-Thaler; Von Fleisch essen; Von dem Halberstädtischen Bischoffthum.- II) ohne den 2. Teil ?Exempla?.- Etw. gebräunt u. braunfleckig, vord. Deckel am oberen Rand mit kl. Fehlstelle.

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        Liburnica Regis Borussiae Ao 1707 Amstelodami constructa.

      . Kupferstich v. Joan Luder von Wolfgang, dat. 1707, 33 x 49. Nicht bei Fauser und Kiewitz; Ernst, Berlin in der Druckgraphik, Wolfgang, J.L.- 1 . - Sehr seltenes Blatt. - Blick vom Spreeufer zur Stadt, im Vordergrund die königl. preuss. Yacht "Liburnica". Unter der Ansicht 4-spaltiger Text in lat. Sprache, verfaßt von David Hoogstratanus. Mit 2 dek. Kartuschen.

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        Statuta Seu Decreta Synodalia Bisuntinae Dioecesis Publicata ab Anno 1480 Ad Annum 1707

      1707. Vesantione [i.e. Besançon], 1707. Titlepage, 14,(viii),441,(xliii)pp. 16mo. Contemporary full calf, spine goldtooled. Corners rubbed. First flyleaf loosening, browned throughout and (water)stain on last flyleaf. François-Joseph de Grammont was Archbishop of Besançon from 1698 to 1717. The present work contains the statutes of the diocesan synod convoced by him in his capacity as Archbishop. At a synod the decrees determined upon by the (arch)bishop are promulgated and a period of two months is allowed for having recourse against them to the bishop or the Holy See. All the clergy and laity of the diocese are bound by these decrees, and it is not necessary for the bishop to send his statutes to Rome for revision before publication. Pages 336 to 348 specifically deal with books and in the "mandemant" in the introductory material the archbishop explains why he forbids certain books in his diocese. He states: "Nous avons apris avec douleur que des Villes heretiques qui nous sont voisines, se répandoit dans cette Province le pernicieux Dictionnaire de Bayle.... Nous défendons sous les peines de Droit à tous les Fidéles de ce Diocese de lire ou retenir, & à tous Imprimeurs et Libraires de vendre & débiter aucuns desdits Livres..."

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        Theatri Europaei continuati Funffzehender Theil. Das ist: Abermalige Außführliche Fortsetzung Denck- und Merckwürdigster Geschichten .. .. vom Jahr 1696 an .. biß zu Ende dieses Seculi 1700 sich begeben und zugetragen ..

      Frankf., Johann Philipp Andrea, 1707.. gest. ganzs. Frontispiz, Titelblatt, 876 SS., 14 Blatt Register und 14 Kupfertafeln mit Ansichten und Karten sowie 20 Portraits, kl. fol., Pergamentband d. Zt. goldgepr. Rtit.. Wüthrich III, 140, 215 und 243. - Bd. 15 der aus insgesamt 21 Bänden bestehenden Reihe. - Mit drei Karten ( Europa, Deutschland, Italien ). Die 11 Ansichten bzw. Schlachtenpläne zeigen Asov am Don, Turin ( Grundriß ), Pinerolo, Freiburg/Breisgau, Riga usw. - Sehr schönes sauberes Exemplar.

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        Strabonis rerum Geographicarum Libri XVII

      Amsterdam: Joannes Wolters, 1707. Folio, with a fine engraved title-page, parallel text in Greek and Latin in double columns; small blind-embossed library stamp on preliminaries; a handsome copy in contemporary vellum, a little wear to hinges which are strong; spine decorated in gilt between raised bands, leather label, covers ornately gilt with complex central emblematic device. The best edition of the text. The best edition of Strabo&#39;s enormous Geography, his kolossourgia or colossal work as he described it himself. The influential Greek geographer who travelled widely, studied under both Aristotelian and Stoic teachers, and spent some decades in Rome, wrote his work early in the first century. Along with the less-known geographers Aratus and Geminus, Strabo promulgated the idea that the torrid zone of the spherical globe was occupied throughout its length by an ocean which divided his continent from another antipodal one in the southern hemisphere. This edition is based on the critical edition by the great classical scholar Casaubon, here further edited with the addition of extensive notes from the best commentators, and with the addition of text that had been omitted from the sources available to Casaubon. &#39;The annotations of preceding learned men are arranged with skill in their respective places, by the care and diligence of [this edition&#39;s editor] Almeloveen&#39; (Dibdin). The "Geographies" of Strabo were &#39;by far the most important source for ancient geography, a priceless document of the Augustan age, and a compendium of important material derived from lost authors&#39; (OCD). The work represents the classical world&#39;s most significant contribution to the science of geography. The first surviving attempt to collect all geographical knowledge that existed and to compose a general treatise on the subject, it was mainly based on ancient Greek sources. It survived in various manuscripts into the age of printing; however earlier printed editions of the text, including the Aldine edition of 1516, were based on corrupt manuscripts and it was not until 1587 that Casaubon improved the text for this edition, revising it again in 1620. Casaubon&#39;s edition of Strabo remained the basis of all subsequent editions until the nineteenth century. For a very full modern analysis of the work see Daniela Dueck, Hugh Lindsay and Sarah Pothecary, Strabo&#39;s cultural geography: the making of a kolossourgia (Cambridge, 2005).

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        A Voyage Round the World. Containing an Account of Captain Dampier&#39;s Expedition into the South-Seas in the ship St. George, In the Years 1703 and 1704

      London: James Knapton, 1707. Octavo, five folding maps & 10 plates; mild browning of the title-page and dedication, edges a little spotted; very good in neat later polished calf with gilt bands and red morocco label, joints rubbed, bookplate. Funnell on Dampier. A nice copy of the work which almost ruined Dampier&#39;s already shaky reputation, Funnell&#39;s highly critical account of the 1703-4 South Seas voyage of the St. George. It was during this voyage that Alexander Selkirk, the prototype of Defoe&#39;s Robinson Crusoe, was marooned on Juan Fernandez. The cruise of the St. George and the Cinque Ports (Captain Stradling) was a South Seas voyage designed to harass the Spanish, but it failed because of conflict on board the vessels, including a falling-out between the mate Funnell and Dampier. When the former returned to England first, he seized the opportunity to rush into print with this highly unflattering account of his former captain. Dampier, in turn, would publish a vindication of his conduct, and would have been infuriated when the publisher Knapton later included this highly critical work in the collected edition of Dampier in 1729. Funnell joined Dampier&#39;s third privateering expedition as mate of the St. George which sailed for the Canary Islands, Brazil and the South Seas in April 1703. The St. George was joined by the Cinque Ports and both ships started looting the South American Coast from the Juan Fernandez Islands in January 1704. They experienced mixed success and the crews grew rebellious in the face of dwindling food supplies. Funnell&#39;s account is highly critical of Dampier, and charges him with being routinely drunk, using foul and abusive language, oppressing his crew, and gross cowardice. The antagonism between Funnell and Dampier was exacerbated when they took the Spanish galleon Asuncion as a prize. With limited time available, Dampier ordered the food stores moved to the St. George and forbade Funnell to search the Asuncion for hidden gold. Ultimately both the St. George and Cinque Ports were declared unseaworthy and abandoned in late 1704. The expedition split, with Funnell and other disgruntled sailors taking a small Spanish prize to Amboina in the Dutch East Indies.

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        PRINCIPATUS CATALONIAE NEC NON COMITATUUM RUSCINONENSIS ET CERRETANIAE

      1707. Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa blanda 1 Edicion. 1707. Mapa de Catalunya del segle XVIII. 48,6X56,7 amb marc. 53,6X61,7 sense marc. Acolorit a ma. marc inclos. Molt rar. Ref 12 grm.

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        De Kusten van Arabie, het Roode Meer, en Persize Zee van Bassora voorby 'T Nau van Ormus Tot aan den Indus, Guzaratte en Kaap Comorin.

      1707 - Leiden, 1707. 160 x 230mm. The coasts of Arabia, published to illustrate the voyages of Dom Duarte de Menezes (pre-1488 to after 1539). He was the Portuguese governor of Tangier from 1508-21 & 1536-39 and governor of Portuguese India from 1522 to 1524. Although he was successful as a military commander, as a govewrnor he was considered disastrous: after his first tenure at Tangier his successor. Vasco da Gama, accused him of corruption and had him sent back to Portugal in chains, where he spent nearly seven years in prison before his powerful friends could arrange his rehabilitation. TIBBETTS: 190.

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        THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS FROM THIS WORLD TO THAT WHICH IS TO COME: delivered under the similitude of a DREAM: Wherein is Discovered the manner of his setting out, His dangerous JOURNEY, and Safe arrival at the desired COUNTRY.

      London, printed for N. Boddington, at the Golden Ball in Duck-Lane, 1707.SIXTEENTH EDITION, WITH ADDITIONS OF NEW CUTS. 1707. 12mo, approximately 145 x 85 mm, 5¾ x 3¼ inches, frontispiece and 15 illustrations, A - I12, pages: [10], [1] - 205, [1], the frontispiece is counted as A1 and the last illustration I12, bound in full leather, rounded spine with gilt decoration, gilt decoration to edges of covers, white endpapers. Binding rubbed, corners slighty worn, frontispiece tipped in on inner margin of free endpaper, frontispiece slightly trimmed at top margin and small chips to lower margin, pale staining and age - browning to margins, last page has small chip to lower margin, the first and last few pages browned, outer margins slightly trimmed just affecting marginal notes, old ink name and date to first pastedown and free endpaper (William Stamps book 1818), some pages misnumbered by putting the wrong number at the front (166 instead of 66). A good complete copy of this scarce edition. See ESTC N20027. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Arithmetica Universalis: sive De Compositione et Resolutione Arithmetica Liber. Cui accessit Halleiana Aequationum Radices Arithmetice inveniendi methodus. In Usum Juventutis Academicae

      4 p.l., 343 pp. 8vo, fine antique panelled calf (faint & unimportant dampstaining in gutter to first & final few leaves), spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Cambridge: Typis Academicis; London: B. Tooke, 1707. First edition of what I believe to be the scarcest of all of Newton&#39;s books on the market. This was, in the 18th century, the most popular mathematical work by Newton, being reprinted a number of times both on the Continent and in England. Newton compiled the Universal Arithmetic in a "cavalier fashion by plundering the papers connected with his Observations on Kinckhuysen early in the 1670s. Since things Newton touched had a way of turning to gold, the work did not merely summarize algebra but advanced the science -- in its analysis of imaginary roots, for example. Leibniz reviewed the published work anonymously in the Acta eruditorum in highly laudatory terms [in 1708]."-Westfall, Never at Rest. A Biography of Isaac Newton, p. 398. Newton&#39;s disciple and successor in the Lucasian chair at Cambridge, William Whiston, edited and published the present work. The book also contains Halley&#39;s "Method of finding Roots of Equations Arithmetically," which was originally published in the Philosophical Transactions of 1694. This is the first time I have handled this book. Over the years, I have had, with the exception of this book, all of Newton&#39;s printed publications. This book is truly uncommon. Very good copy. Stamp on title of Stonyhurst College. &#10087; Babson 199. .

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        The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Begun in the Year 1641. With the precedent Passages, and Actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy End, and Conclusion thereof by the King&#146;s blessed Restoration, and Return.

      Oxford: Printed at the Theater 1707 - First octavo edition, three volumes bound in six as usual. Portrait frontispiece in each volume, armorial bookplates. Contemporary panelled calf, corners a little worn, rebacked in a lighter calf, retaining four contemporary spine labels, the other two new. A very good sound set. Originally published several years earlier in three folio volumes.

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        Scheeps-togt na Gujana, gedaan in het jaar 1608. Aanwijsende de gelegentheeden en hoedanigheeden deses landschaps, des selfs eylanden, rivieren, grens-palen, verscheydenheyd der volkeren en talen, jaar ge-getijden, tijd-rekeningen, dood-malen, spijse en drank; als mede veelerley soort van dieren, vogelen, vissen, fruyten, suyker-riet, katoen, verw-stoffen, kostelijke gommen, balsem, droogeryen, tabak, etc. Door den reysiger selfs in het Engels beschreeven, en nu alder-eerst uyt die spraak vertaalt.

      Leyden, Pieter van der Aa, (1707).Folio. Wrappers. With engraved title-vignette and engraved map of Suriname, coloured by hand. (23,(2) pp.* Issued in Pieter van der Aa's collection of voyages; added engraved general title-pages of the series, also contemporary coloured by hand. - Robert Harcourt was an English Catholic gentleman from Oxfordshire (1574?-1631) who in 1609 established a colony at the mouth of the River Wiapoco in Guiana. The venture, launched under the patronage of Prince Henry, was financed largely from family resources (Howgego p.481). - (Title-page repaired; map mounted). - Rare in contemporary colouring.Tiele 5; Cat. NHSM I, p.1076; Suriname-Catalogus U.B. Amsterdam 2536-2537 (English ed. only); Sabin 30297 (note).

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        Naauwkeurige versameling der gedenk-waardigste zee en land-reysen, na Oost en West-ndien, mitsgaders andere gewesten, ter eerster ontdekking en soo vervolgens van verscheyde volkeren, meerendeels door vorsten, of maatschappyen derwaarts gesonden, gedaan; zedert het jaar 1611 tot 1616. Waar van eenige noyt gedrukt, andere nu eerst uyt har oorspronkelijke taalen overgeset, en sommige merkelijk verbeterd zijn; (...) Alles doorgaans met noodige land-kaarten, menige konst-printen, en bequame registers verrijkt.

      Leiden Pieter van der Aa 1707. 9 gegraveerde drukkersvignetten + 3 kaartjes + 11 uitvouwbare gravures. ingenaaid. 8vo*papier hier en daar licht watervlekkig en licht gebruind; 2 prenten iets watervlekkig*Bevat de volgende reizen: 1) Negende reys na Oost-Indien (...) door kapiteyn Edmund Marlow, van Bristol, met het schip de James (Jacobus) gedaan in het jaar 1611. en vervolgens door den schipper Johan Davy beschreeven. 1-13 pp. 2) Tiende reys na Oost-Indien, van de Engelse gedaan met de scheepen, de Draak en Hofiander, (vergeselschapt met de Jacobus en Salomon, die elders heen wilden;) bemant met omtrent 380 koppen, gedaan in 't jaar 1611 en vervolgens door Mr. Thomas Best (...). 1 uitvouwbare gravure. 13-43 pp. 3) Aanhangsel van eenige bysonderheeden, aangetekend op deselve reys, door Mr. Copland, predikant; Robert Boner, schipper; en Nicolaus Withington; koopman. 44-52 pp. 4) Eenige bysonderheeden uyt het dag-register van Nathanel Salmon, schipper op 't schip de Salmon (...). 1 uitvouwbare gravure. 53-78 pp. 5) Elfde reys van de Engelse na Oost-Indien, met het schip Salmon, geschreeven in het jar 1611. beschreeven door Ralph Wilson (...). 79-83 pp. 6) Reys na Oost-Indien, van kaiteyn Samuel Castelton, met het schip de Paarl. gedaan inhet jaar 1612. en vervolgens beschreeven door schipper Johan Tatton 83-97 (12 pp. register) 7) Twaalfde reys na Oost-Indien, op kosten van de Engelsche maatschappy; door kapiteyn Christoffel Nieuwpoort. Handelende van de voorvallen op de eylanden St. Laurens, Mohelia en het dorp Resoit, de verovering van 2 Baluchse Teradas, de wonderbaarlijke en gelukkige ontkooming der reysigers, uyt de moorddadige handen der verraderse Baluchers, de verhandeling tussen den ambassadeur Sherley, en den gouverneur van Diu, over de koopmanschap, om die in dat land te vestigen, de vuyle laster der Portugysen, tegen de Engelse, hier over getoond, en wat verder op desen togt is voorgevallen.Gedaan in het jaar 1613 en vervolgens nu aldereerst uyt het Engels vertaald. Met noodige registers verrijkt. Gegraveerd drukkersvignet. (II) 1-39 (6) pp. 8) Voyagie van den eerwaarden vader Antonio Fernandez na Gingiro, gedaan in gesandschap met Tecur Egzy, door den keyser van Ethiopien afgevaardigt. In het jaar 1613, Verhandelende de moeilyke en gevaarlijke weg des reysigers, sijn gevangen-nemen en los-lating. Als mede de beschrijving van de koningrijken Narea, Gingiro en Cambate, met eenige bysonderheden; aangaande het verkiesen eenes konings, en de wonderlyke plegtigheden, daar omtrent gebruikelijk, soo wel van de overledene, als de nieuw gekoorene. Nu alder eerst uyt het oorpspronkelijke hand-schrift des reysigers vertaald. Met noodig register verrijkt. Gegraveerd drukkersvignet + 1 kaartje (II) 1-22 (4) pp. 9) Reys na Oost-Indien, van kapiteyn Nicolaas Dounton; door ordre van de Engelse maatschappij met 4 scheepen: gedaan in het jaar 1614 en vervolgens. Als mede een aanhangsel van de voorgaande reys; behelsende 't geen Mr. Elkington en Dodsworth daar van hebben aangetekend. Waar by gevoegt is het tweede aanhangsel van de voorgaande reys; zijnde die van Richard Steele en Johan Crowter, ten dienste van Oost-Indische Engelse maatschappij, van Asmere na Hispahan. Beneffens nog een derde aanhangsel; vervattende eenige beknopte aanteekeningen van Martin Pring, schipper op het schip de Nieuwe-Jaars Gift. Nu aldereerst uyt het Engelsch vertaald. Met een volkoomen register en konst-printen verrijkt. Gegraveerd drukkersvignet + 2 uitvouwbare prenten. (IV) 1-86 (10) pp. 9) Beknopte aantekeningen van een Oost-Indische reys, gedaan uyt Engeland, met 3 scheepen de Samaritaan, de Thomas en Thomasine; in het jaar 1614. en beschreven door Johan Milward, koopman op het schip de Thomas; behelsende hunne verhandeling te Saldania, Bantam, Achen en Tecoo en het aan-doen van eenige onbekende baayen. Nu alder-eerst uyt het Engels vertaald. Met een volkoomen register en konst-print verrijkt. Gegraveerd drukkersvignet + 1 uitvouwbare gravure. (II) 1-12 (2) pp. 10) Twee scheeps-togten van kapiteyn Johan Smith, beyde gedaan na Nieuw-Engeland. De eerste in het jaar 1614. verhalende de verscheydene geleegenheden des lands, der selver eylanden, rivieren, woon-plaatsen der wilde, gods-dienst, straf-oeffeningen, gediertens, vogelen, vissen, vrugten, veld-gewassen, koopmanschappen en andere bysonderheeden. De tweede gedaan in het jaar 1615. Waarin verhandelt worden de groote ongelukken, die de schrijver zijn ovegekoomen op sijn reys (...). Door den reysiger selfs in het Engelsch beschreeven, en nu alder-eerst uyt die spraak in het Neder-duytsch overgeset.Met noodig register en konst-printen verrijkt. Gegraveerd drukkersvignet + 3 uitvouwbare prenten. (II) 1-34 (4) pp. 11) Tweede reys van kapiteyn Walter Peyton, na Oost-Indien, met het schip de Expeditie, uytgerust van de Engelse Oost-Indise maatschappij, neffens de Draak, de Leeuw en de Peper-corn. In het jaar 1615. en vervolgens. Als mede de reys van Thomas Coryat, na Asmere, zynde de hof-stad van den grooten mogol. Van Jerusalem, na derwaards door hem met een caravaan ondernoomen in het jaar 1615. Briefs-wijse opgesteld, en aan sijnen vriend mr. L. Whitaker gesonden. Beneffens nog eenige bysonderheeden, vervan in 3 brieven, door hem aan verscheyde persoonen geschreeven. Nu alder-eerst uyt het Engels vertaald. Met een volkoomen register verrijkt. Gegraveerd drukkersvignet + 1 kaart. (II) 1-47 (5) pp. 11) Scheeps-togt van Edward Terry, capellaan van den ambassadeur Thomas Roe, na Oost-Indien; met een vloot van 5 scheepen gedaa in het jaar 1615. Verhalende een zee-slag tussen de Engelsse en een Portugysse kraak, omtrent het eyland Gazidia, ook de gelegenheyd deses eylands met den gods-dienst, aart, zeeden en kleeding deser volkeren. Mitsgaders een nette en naauwkeurige beschrijving van de staten van den mogol, op wat wijsen des selfs land in provincien verdeelt, en aan andere land-palen is grensende, met de hoofd-stad van yeder landschap, en de voornaamste rivieren. Als mede de gods-dienst en zeeden der mahometanen en heydenen, 't verbranden hunner wijven met de mannen, onthouding van spijsen, verhuysing der zielen en andere zeldzaamheden. Nu alder-eerst uyt het Engels vertaalt. Met noodig register en konst-printen verrijkt. Gegraveerd drukkersvignet + 1 kaart + 2 uitvouwbare prenten. (II) 1-63 (5) pp. 12) Twee scheeps-togten, de eerste van Roger Hawes; behelsende een berigt van het aanstellen van een comptoir tot Cranganor, onder den grooten Samorin, &c. in het jaar 1616. De tweede van Alexander Childe na Suratte en Jasques: gedaan in het jaar 1616. en vervolgens. Beyde in het Engels beschreeven, en u aldereerst uyt die spraak vertaalt. Met een volkoomen register en konst-print verrijkt. Gegraveerd drukkersvignet + 1 uitvouwbare prent. (II) 1-16 (2) pp.

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        Mnemotechnik.- Collegium Mnemonicum, oder: Gantz neu eröffnete Geheimnisse der Gedächtniß-Kunst, darinn vermöge der in Kupfer gestochene Gedächtniß-Stube, der unvergleichliche Vortheil angewiesen wird, die H. Bibel, Jurisprudenz, Chronologie, Oratorie, & c. - Nebst denen Mathematischen und andern Wissenschaften gleichsam spielend in kurzer Zeit dem Gedächtniß zu imprimiren samt einem niemahls in solcher Vollständigkeit gesehenen Lexico Mnemonico.

      Samuel Heyll und Johann Gottfried Liebezeit, Hamburg 1707. - FLUR 21 x 17 cm. Ganzpergamentband der Zeit mit umgebogenen Stehkanten. Das Pergament etwas angegraut. Gestochenes Frontispiz ( Gedächtnishaus ), 16, 510 Seiten. Zwischen Seiten 34/35 die fünf gefalteten Kupfertafeln sowie 1 Blatt Erklärung dazu. Frontispiz mit kleinem Ausriss am Blattrand ca. 2 x 1 cm, rückseitig etwas fingerfleckig. Vorsätze gebräunt und mit kleinsten Signaturen. Auf dem vorderen Vorsatz eine Kupfervignette "Baka Banya" montiert. Darunter mit einem handschriftlichen, lateinischen Erklärungstext in Tinte, datiert 1794. Das Papier im Innenteil schwankend gebräunt, teils randfleckig, sonst sauber. Die Bindung fest. Gutes, auf Vollständigkeit geprüftes Exemplar. // 21 x 17 cm. Vellum binding, slightly dusty with frontispiece. 16, 510 pages. Between pages 34 / 35 five copper plates and one additional leaf with explanations. Frontispiece with small defect ( 2 x 1 cm ), backside with stains. Fly leafs slightly brownish with small signatures and a small sign "Baka Banya" with handwritten latin explanation in ink, dated 1794. Paper is slightly brownish with some stains, but almost clean. Good, complete copy . Erste Ausgabe des Lehrbuchs des Mnemotechnikers Johann Heinrich Döbel in deutscher und lateinischer Sprache. Er lehrte in Rostock , Leipzig und Hamburg. // Buchinhalt: I. Die Gedächtniß-Kunst an sich selbst - nebst einer neu inventirten Gedächtniß-Stube, zugleich mit einem Unterricht derselben / II. Ein Collegium Mnemonicum mit X. gewissen Lectionibus / III. Die vindicirte Gedächtniß-Kunst / IV. Die Connexion oder Verbindung der Wörter, Zahlen, Sententien, Chronologie / V. Der Zahl-Buchstaben Teutsches Lexicon / VI. Doe grosse Mathematische Zahl des Diametri gegen den Umkreis gerechnet; wie sie durch die Kunst in gar kurzer Zeit zu behalten / VII. Die Connexion der berühmtesten Universitäten in ganz Europa / VIII. Die Continuation Chronologiae Bunoniane / IX. S. Biblia Versibus Mnemonicis Alphabethicis tradita / XII. Eine Probe von denen nach der Gedächtniß-Kunst eingerichteten Nahmen de Ketzer / XIII. Die Probe der Cryptographie oder geheimen Schreib-Kunst / XIV. Eine Nachricht Artem Lullianam und Extemporalitatem in Predigten betreffend / XV. Gebrauch der Gedächtniß-Kunst so wohl zu Welt- als Geistlichen Reden oder Predigten mit 4 Exempeln erkläret. 850

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        Leben und Thaten Sr. Majestät, des Römischen Käysers Leopold des Ersten.

      Lpz., Gleditsch 1707.. 8°. 8 Bll., 915 S., 10 Bll.,Tit. in Rot- u. Schwarz. Frontisp. fehlt. Pgmt. d. Zt. Mit goldgeprägt. Rückentit.. VD18 11355301 - Leopold I. (1640-1705), Kaiser des Heiligen Römischen Reiches sowie König von Ungarn (ab 1655). In seiner Regierungszeit konnte die osmanische Expansion, mit dem Höhepunkt der Zweiten Belagerung der Stadt Wien aufgehalten werden. Im Zuge der Gegenoffensive, wurde ganz Ungarn gewonnen und die Großmachtstellung der Habsburgermonarchie ausgeweitet.

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        PRINCIPATUS CATALONIAE NEC NON COMITATUUM RUSCINONENSIS ET CERRETANIAE

      1707 - 1707. Mapa de Catalunya del segle XVIII. 48,6X56,7 amb marc. 53,6X61,7 sense marc. Acolorit a ma. marc inclós. Molt rar. Ref 12 grm. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Naaukeurige Versameling der Gedenk-waardigste Zee en Land-reysen, na Oost en West-Indien, [.] Zedert het Jaar 1601 to 1605.

      Pieter Van Der Aa, Leiden 1707 - Naaukeurige Versameling der Gedenk-waardigste Zee en Land-reysen, na Oost en West-Indien, Mitsgaders andere Gewesten, ter eerster Ontdekking enn soo vervolgens van Verscheyde Volkeren, meerendels door Vorsten, op Maatschappyen Derwaarts gefonden, gedaan, Zedert het Jaar 1601 to 1605. Waar van eenige noyt gedrukt, andere nu eerst uyt haar Oorspronkelijke Taalen overgeset, en sommige merkelijk verbeterd zijn; Zijnde een waaragtige en bondage Beschrijving van veele vreemde Koningrijken, Landschapen en steeden, der selver Benamingen, Gelegentheden, Sterktens, Stroomen, Zee-Havens, Goud - en Silver - Mijnen, Peerl - Visseryen, en menigvuldige Wonderen; Benevens de Oorlog-daden en Gedenk-waardige Bedrijven der Ontdekkers, in het op-doen deser Landen vorgevallen; voorts hunne gevaarlijke en seldsame Outmortingen, merk-waardige Geschiedenissen, grouwsame Verwoestingen, vorrname Volk-Plantingen en Vestigingder Koopmanscahppen aldaar. Alles Doorgaans met nodige Land-Kaarten, menigse Konst-Printen, en bequame Registers verrijkt. 9 parts with separate title pages and pagination, bound in one volume. 10 folding plates (part of one plate lacking). Contemporary vellum covers, book is almost detached from covers (but easily restorable). Contains the accounts of the following early voyages: First voyage of the English East Indies Company under the command of James Lancaster; Voyage to the West Indies under David Middleton and Michael Geare; Voyage of George Weymouth to find the North-West passage; Voyage of Martin Pringe to the northern parts of Virginia; Second voayge to Virbinia under captain Bartholomew Gilbers; Second voyage of the English East Indies Company under the command of Hendrik Middleton; Voyage of Hendrik Middleton to the Moluccas; Voyage of Captain Charles leig to Guyana; Voyage of Nicolaus Schmidt to Constaninople and Egypt; Voyage of Captain John Saris to the East Indies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Strabonis Geographia cum notis Casauboni et aliorum

      Amstelaedami; Joannem Wolters, 1707.. Amstelaedami; Joannem Wolters, 1707. Folio. Half Morocco over cloth. Gilt titles to the spine. Very good condition.

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        Scheeps-togt na Gujana, gedaan in het jaar 1608. Aanwijsende de gelegentheeden en hoedanigheeden deses landschaps, des selfs eylanden, rivieren, grens-palen, verscheydenheyd der volkeren en talen, jaar ge-getijden, tijd-rekeningen, dood-malen, spijse en drank; als mede veelerley soort van dieren, vogelen, vissen, fruyten, suyker-riet, katoen, verw-stoffen, kostelijke gommen, balsem, droogeryen, tabak, etc. Door den reysiger selfs in het Engels beschreeven, en nu alder-eerst uyt die spraak vertaalt.

      - Leyden, Pieter van der Aa, (1707).Folio. Wrappers. With engraved title-vignette and engraved map of Suriname, coloured by hand. (23,(2) pp.* Issued in Pieter van der Aa's collection of voyages; added engraved general title-pages of the series, also contemporary coloured by hand. - Robert Harcourt was an English Catholic gentleman from Oxfordshire (1574?-1631) who in 1609 established a colony at the mouth of the River Wiapoco in Guiana. The venture, launched under the patronage of Prince Henry, was financed largely from family resources (Howgego p.481). - (Title-page repaired; map mounted). - Rare in contemporary colouring.Tiele 5; Cat. NHSM I, p.1076; Suriname-Catalogus U.B. Amsterdam 2536-2537 (English ed. only); Sabin 30297 (note). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Projet d`une dixme royale qui supprimant la taille, les aydes, les doüanes d`une province à l`autre, les décimes du Clergé, les affaires extraordinaires ; & tous autres impôts onereux & non volontaires: et diminuant le prix du sel de moitié & plus, produiroit au Roy un revenu certain et suffisant, sans frais; & sans être à charge à l`un de ses sujets plus qu`à l`autre, qui s`augmenteroit considerablement par la meilleure culture des terres

      O. O., 1707.. O. O., 1707.. Mit 4 gefalt. Tabellen. 1 Bl., XII (I-II weiß), 268 S. Lederband d. Zt. INED II, 4397; Carpenter X (5). - Einer von 6 Oktavdrucken im Jahr der ersten, in nur 276 Exemplaren gedruckten und sofort konfiszierten Quartausgabe. Für eine Aufstellung und genaue Unterscheidung der verschiedenen, in der Reihenfolge ihres Erscheinens nicht festlegbaren Nachdrucke s. Carpenter. - "Nationalökonomische Arbeit, welche ein neues Steuersystem vorschlägt, da das bisherige des Volk zu Grunde richte" (Jähns 1438). - Rücken restauriert. Wenig gebräunt.

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        Projet d'une dixme royale qui supprimant la taille, les aydes, les doüanes d'une province a l'autre, les decimes du Clerge, les affaires extraordinaires ; & tous autres impots onereux & non volontaires: et diminuant le prix du sel de moitie & plus, produiroit au Roy un revenu certain et suffisant, sans frais; & sans etre a charge a l'un de ses sujets plus qu'a l'autre, qui s'augmenteroit considerablement par la meilleure culture des terres.

      O. O., 1707.. Mit 4 gefalt. Tabellen. 1 Bl., XII (I-II weiß), 268 S. Lederband d. Zt.. INED II, 4397; Carpenter X (5). - Einer von 6 Oktavdrucken im Jahr der ersten, in nur 276 Exemplaren gedruckten und sofort konfiszierten Quartausgabe. Für eine Aufstellung und genaue Unterscheidung der verschiedenen, in der Reihenfolge ihres Erscheinens nicht festlegbaren Nachdrucke s. Carpenter. - "Nationalökonomische Arbeit, welche ein neues Steuersystem vorschlägt, da das bisherige des Volk zu Grunde richte" (Jähns 1438). - Rücken restauriert. Wenig gebräunt.

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        "Carte de L'Egypte de al Nubie de L'Abissinie".

      . Grenzkol. Kupferstich nach G. Delisle, dat. 1707, 49 x 61,5 cm.. Schöne Karte von Tunis bis einschließlich der arabischen Halbinsel. Mit Kopftitel, Meilenzeiger und Nebenkarte von Guinea.

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        (HARDT, RICHARD von der)

      Holmia literata auctior & emendatior cum appendice de variis rerum suecicarum scriptoribus. (Sthlm), 1707. 4:o. 126,(24) s. Stänkdekorerat hfrbd från 1800-talets första tredjedel med upphöjda bind, sparsamt guldornerad rygg, röd titeletikett och sprängda snitt. Brunmarmorerade pärmsidor. Titelbladet med en gammal bläcknumrering i övre marginalen och några små nagg i nedre marginalen. Sporadiska småfläckar och texten delvis ngt bruntonad. Bra ex.. Almquist Sveriges bibliografiska litteratur 227. Ågren Svensk biografisk uppslagslitteratur 251. Warmholtz Bibliotheca historica Sueo-Gothica 9030: "Uti denna des längd på lärde Stockholms-boer, har mången ganska oförskylt fåt sit namn upteknat. Bihanget, vid senare uplagan, förtiener någon upmärksamhet". Denna andra upplaga är utvidgad och förbättrad. Den första utkom 1701. Biobibliografisk handbok över litterärt verksamma stockholmare. Författaren förestod bokauktionerna i Stockholm och Uppsala

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        LITOTOMIA ovvero DEL CAVAR LA PIETRA.

      nella Stamper. di Giuseppe Manni 1707 In - 4 p. (mm. 285x196), p. pergam. coeva (risg. rifatti), pp. CX,(2), frontespizio con vignetta alle armi di Papa Clermente XI (cui è dedicata l?opera) inc. in rame. Il vol. è ornato da eleganti testate, grandi capilett. e finali xilografati e molto ben illustrato f.t. da 16 tavv. inc. in rame, ciascuna con più figure (di anatomia e strumenti chirurgici), tutte dettagliatamente descritte. "Prima edizione" del più importante degli scritti del medico fiorentino Tommaso Alghisi (1669 - 1713) sul trattamento chirurgico della calcolosi vescicale, allora chiamata ?mal della pietra?. Tale opera, corredata anche di illustrazioni e di disegni eseguiti dallo stesso autore, contiene una dettagliata descrizione dell?intervento la cui tecnica aveva raggiunto un notevole grado di evoluzione già nel sec. XVI, soprattutto per merito di chirurgi italiani (tra cui Berengario da Carpi). Cfr. Wellcome,II, p. 30 - Diz. Biograf. Italiani,II, p.363. Solo 1 tav. con uniforme arross. altrim. esempl. marginoso, ben conservato.

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        LITOTOMIA OVVERO DEL CAVAR LA PIETRA DEL DOTTORE TOMMASO ALGHISI ACCADEMICO FIORENTINO MAESTRO E LETTORE DI CHIRURGIA DELLO SPEDALE DI S. MARIA NUOVA DI FIRENZE. ALLA SANTITA DI N. SIG. CLEMENTE XI SOM. PONT

      FIRENZE, NELLA STAMPERIA DI GIUSEPPE MANNI, 1707ITALIANO Legatura coeva in tutta pelle spruzzata, con filetto moderno in oro ai piatti, dorso con incisioni e titolo in oro; mancanza della sguardia anteriore, ex - libris Piergiorgio Borio. Titolo, frontespizio con vignetta incisa, 24 pp., CX pp., [1], 16 tavole fuori testo. I rara edizione. Chirurgo e professore di chirurgia presso l';"ospedale di S. Maria Nuova in Firenze, Alghisi divenne celebre per il trattamento chirurgico della calcolosi vescicale (""";"mal della pietra""";);" influenzato dal pensiero del Redi, negò la validità della dottrina della """;"generazione spontanea""";.               Piccolo restauro integrativo alle cuffie. Esemplare molto fresco e marginoso, dalle tavole in forte inchiostratura.

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        LA FARSAGLIA, OVVERO DELLA GUERRA CIVILE DI MARCO ANNEO LUCANO TRADOTTA E TRASPORTATA IN OTTAVA RIMA DA GABRIELE MARIA MELONCELLI.

      NELLA STAMPERIA DI ANTONIO DE' ROSSI 1707 In 4°, pp. 48 cc.nn., 284, 20 cc.nn. Di indice. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena; tassello al dorso in marocchino rosso, con titolo e nome dell'autore in oro. Edizione curata della celebre opera di Anneo Lucano, poeta latino intimo amico di Nerone, nei primi anni della sua formazone culturale e successivamente acceso sostenitore della repubblica. Tutta la produzione di questo autore, è andata distrutta, escluso la Farsaglia, che ci è giunta non terinata, in dieci libri. Questo poema, sulla guerra civile tra Cesare e Pompeo, è considerato "Il poema dell'opposizione stoica" contro la monarchia; non a caso la figura più riuscita è quella di Catone, modello di virtù ed espressione tipica di un nuovo gusto anticlassico. Interessante edizione tra le prime in lingua volgare. Bello e fresco esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Brunet: V.III, 1203.

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        Serie der Brandenburgischen Kurfürsten, durchgehend von 1371 bis 1640. Brustbilder im Oval, darunter jeweils Wappen und Inschrift. Insgesamt zehn Darstellungen auf zehn Blättern.

      . 10 Kupferstiche bei Rüdiger, Berlin, 1707, je 23,5 x 16 cm.. Aus "A. Teissier (1632-1715), Les Vies des Electeurs de Brandenbourg". - Vorhanden: Friedrich I. (1371-1440, seit 1415 erster Kurfürst von Brandenburg); Friedrich II. (1413-1471); Albrecht Achilles (1414-1486); Johann Cicero (1455-1499); Joachim I. (1484-1535); Joachim II. (1505-1571); Johann Georg (1525-1598); Joachim Friedrich (1546-1608); Johann Sigismund (1572-1619); Georg Wilhelm (1595-1640).

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        Magna Britannia [...]

      Nuremburg, c. 1707. Nuremburg,, c. 1707. Copper engraving, 49 x 58 cms, original hand-colour, first state of plate 1, with portrait of Queen Anne and without any of the later modifications. Some light staining in the lower part of the map, and some underlining in ink, mostly of principal towns, with one or two names supplied in manuscript, blank verso. Map

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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. In Seven Parts or Books

      Printed by M. Fenour for John Nicholson at the King's Arms in Little Briatain, and Robert Knaplock at the Bishop's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard, London 1707 - 878pp, + index. Numerous engraved plates and fold out tables. Includes list of subscribers. Book-plate of Sir Nicolas Wall. G+ : in Good condition plus. Cover rubbed with some corner wear. Rebacked with new eps. Small internal tear on title page, and repaired tear from gutter on 'To the Reader' page, both with no discernible impact on text. Book-plate on paste-down. Overall contents VG

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