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        A New map of the Cityes of London, Westminster and the Borough of Southwark together with the suburbs as they are now standing

      Richard Chiswell. Map. Engraving with hand-coloring. Image measures 12.5 x 22.5". This early town plan of London, published circa 1707, shows the city as laid out around the Thames River, which snakes along the lower half of the map. The city and its surrounding boroughs extend out from the river's shores, with fine engraving of streets and buildings offering detailed insight into the city's development at the beginning of the 18th century. Prominent roads and locales are labeled, particularly along the river, where the names of various docks mix with pictorial ships. The title runs along the top of the map, below which are two decorative cartouches, the left bearing London's coat of arms and the right listing the map's publishing information. Along the bottom are a scale and compass rose. Overall wear, particularly at the original folds. Two-inch tear into image at upper right with early repair. Staining to left border and some offsetting along the bottom. Narrow margins. Richard Chiswell (1639--1711) was a British publisher and map seller who focused on his hometown of London. He notably produced maps for the Royal Society of London, a learned society founded during his lifetime that sought to promote scientific discussion in British society. This map speaks to the period in which it was published as a time of active and exciting investigation.

      [Bookseller: Argosy Book Store]
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        Hoedemaekers Rekening Boeck.

      [Antwerp, 1707-1776. - An eighteenth-century account book of the guild of hatmakers in the city of Antwerp, covering nearly 70 years. The Antwerp hatmakers were an important craft organization with a well-regulated structure. Their accounts were overseen by aldermen, each serving for several years, who recorded income (usually in the the form of entry fines for new members) and expenditure (usually payment for the guilds officials). One of the major expenditures was the payment of the 'proefmeesters' who exercised quality control by examining the products of prospective entrants before admitting them to membership.The accounts provide a detailed record of the names of entrants to the guild and of guild officials. They also provide much incidental detail of the position of the craft within the regional economy, with frequent expenditures recording contact with the neighbouring towns of Brussels, Mechelen and Bruges. Manuscript, small folio (310 × 200 mm), 62 leaves bearing text (usually on both sides), numerous blanks at rear. Text in Dutch throughout, usually legible. Original vellum wallet binding with overlapping flap, title in bold calligraphic manuscript to upper cover. Quite soiled, minor loss to velum at spine and foredege, wanting ties, but essentially sound.

      [Bookseller: Justin Croft Antiquarian Books Ltd ABA]
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        The works of Mr. Abraham Cowley ... Consisting of those which were formerly printed; and those which he design'd for the press, publish'd out of the author's original copies. With The cutter of Coleman-street.

      The Works of Abraham Cowley, Printed and Published by Jacob Tonson, 1707-08, 3 Volumes with 33 beautifully engraved plates, including one folding linen-backed plate. Volume 2 has 2 pages of advertising at the rear. The text is trimmed by the book binder (not affecting text) with occaisonal light browning and spotting. Volume 3, M2 has a marginal repair and boards are loose on Volume 1 and Volume 3 has upper joint split. Cloth Slip-case, a little rubbed at the extremities but the binding is superb and certainly worthy of repair. Gold leaf edges with gold leaf filigree and wonderful Red Moroccan leather. Binder is unknown but certainly is of the quality of a Riviere binding, placing the rebinding of the book in the 1800's. The bookplate is the initials 'D D' entwined with one another and the words. Quis Separatbit and the date 1783, making this owner a standing member of the Order of Saint Patrick founded by George III in 1783, specifically for the Irish aristocracy, who in many cases supported the Catholic Irish rights, some of course did not. This work is very nice with many wonderful poems, plays and writings as well as many notables living during Cowley's time. A rare and beautiful set.Title:     The works of Mr. Abraham Cowley ...Consisting of those which were formerly printed; and those which he design'd for the press, publish'd out of the author's original copies. With The cutter of Coleman-street.Author(s):     Cowley, Abraham, 1618-1667. Sprat, Thomas,; 1635-1713. Publication:     London, J. Tonson,Edition: The 10th ed. Adorn'd with cuts.Year:     1707-1708Description:     3 v. fronts., plates (part fold.) ports. 21 cm.Standard No:     LCCN: 12-18676Note(s):     Vols. 1 and 2 paged continuously./ "The mistress, Pindarique odes, Davideis", v. 1, and "Cutter of Coleman-street", v. 2, have special title-pages./ Vols. 1-2: 10th ed.; v.3 has title: The 3d and last volume of the works of Mr. Abraham Cowley: being the 2d and 3d parts thereof: Adorn'd with proper and elegant cuts. Part II. What was written and publish'd by himself; now reprinted together. The 8th ed. Part III. His six books of plants ... London, Printed for C. Harper, 1708./ The 3d pt., with special t-p., is 3d ed./ "The tragical history of Piramus and Thisbe", the 8th ed. with special t.-p., has imprint: London, Printed for C. Harper, 1708. "Loves riddle", with special t.-p., has imprint: London, Printed by B. Motte, for C. Harper, 1707; "Naufragium joculare", with special t.-p., has imprint: Londini, typis B. Motte; veneunt apud C. Harper, 1707.Class Descriptors:     LC: PR3370; Dewey: 821.4More Records:     Show record informationEntry:     19760419Update:     20110503Accession No:     OCLC: 2124771

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        The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in Ireland

      Oxford: Printed at the Theatre, 1707. later edition. Hardback. Very Good +/No Jacket. Three volumes in six 1707, Oxford. First Octavo Edition. Frontispiece to all 6, half titles to the three "Part 1" volumes (as issued). Near contemporary Bookplate of John Damer to all 6 volumes. A very clean and bright set, top edges dusty else excellent in the original contemporary sprinkled calf, slight rubbing and small chipping to the head of one volume and foot of another, some other light rubbing to spines but overall a very handsome set, scarce in the original full calf bindings.

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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 happy end, and conclusion thereof by the king's blessed restoration, and return upon the 29th of may,

      Oxford: Oxford : printed at the Theater, 1707. Complete in 3 volumes, last folio edition?. Collation, xxiii[3]557pp, [14]581pp, [22]603pp[1][19]pp index, complete with half titles, and frontis portraits. Bound in contemporary full panelled calf, raised bands, gilt lines, leather title labels. Calf rubbed on edges/corners, with some wear loss, hinge joints split or splitting, all boards firmly attached by bands cords, some scuff marking. Generally good attractive contemporary bindings. Internally, no loose pages, early previous owners bookplate, early signature/place dated 1741 on half titles, some occasional light dust marking on margins. Pages in very good clean condition. A very nice set.A52. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

      [Bookseller: George Jeffery Books]
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        An Act for the Establishment of Religious Worship in this Province according to the Church of England

      Folio. [16 p.] Limp blue buckram. Once a folded legal fair copy. Written in a law clerk hand, the iron gall ink caused great fragility. Therefore it was conserved and bound in this present form. The file docket on the last page reads: "South Carolina - Copy of an Act Entituled an Act for ye Establismnt. of Religious Worship in this Province according to ye Church of England and for ye Erecting of Churches for ye Publick Worship of God & allso for ye maintainants of Ministers & ye building Convenient Houses for Them." Two library file cards laid in explain that this is one of two manuscript copies found in the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel papers in London housed in the Lambeth Palace Library. At some time in the 20th Century it, Charleston 1707 - Fair Copy from Charleston, S.C. Sent to the Society for Propagation of the Gospel in London. Important Early American Document Related to The Separation of Church and State and Freedom Of Religion in America. An Act for the Establishment of Religious Worship in this Province according to the Church of England, and for the Erecting of Churches for the Publick Worship of God,.Condition: Well Restored. Folio. [16 p.] Limp blue buckram. Once a folded legal fair copy. Written in a law clerk hand, the iron gall ink caused great fragility. Therefore it was conserved and bound in this present form. The file docket on the last page reads: "South Carolina - Copy of an Act Entituled an Act for ye Establismnt. of Religious Worship in this Province according to ye Church of England and for ye Erecting of Churches for ye Publick Worship of God & allso for ye maintainants of Ministers & ye building Convenient Houses for Them." Two library file cards laid in explain that this is one of two manuscript copies found in the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel papers in London housed in the Lambeth Palace Library. At some time in the 20th Century it was restored to its present form by Mr. C.E. Gray (bookbinder and restorer) and presented to the Philadelphia Divinity School (PDS) by Geoffrey Bill Esq., librarian of the Lambeth Palace Library. The PDS was merged on June 6, 1974 with that at Harvard, the Episcopal Theological School (ETS), Cambridge, Massachusetts. The campus and buildings in West Philadelphia were sold to the University of Pennsylvania and their contents dispersed. The act called for dividing the colony into parishes, the Book of Common Prayer was to be made official for the colony and all places of public worship of the Church of England would be maintained by the public and "deemed & established churches". With strong support by Sir Nathaniel Johnson, in 1704 Governor of the Carolinas, the Assembly passed this Act in so doing established the Church of England as official. Religious nonconformists, persons of other faiths, did not wish to support an English church and clergyman at public expense. Therefore the law met with great opposition in the colony and when the Assembly sought to repeal it, Johnson dissolved that body. His action caused further resentment throughout the colonies and was well remembered 70 years later. In May 1776, Thomas Jefferson in drafting a Constitution for the State of Virginia, included this clause: "All persons shall have full and free liberty of religious opinion; nor shall any be compelled to frequent or maintain any religious institution." The Jefferson-Mason Constitution for Virginia also contained a list of grievances against "George Guelph" (George III's family name) and served as a model for both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution enacted in Philadelphia the following month. Of incredible historic interest in the development of freedom of religion in America, it is the sort of manuscript seldom found outside an institutional collection.

      [Bookseller: Murray Hudson]
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        The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling

      Henry Fielding (1707-1754) was an English novelist and dramatist. Here is a lovely copy of the first edition, second printing of this seminal English novel. In the Harvard Classics volumes Gordon Gerould summarizes 'Tom Jones' thus: "As to the stupendous achievement of the novel there can be no question. Beyond all cavil it is supremely great. By the very might of its revelation of human nature it disarms criticism and tempts to the use of the superlative... The merit of it consists in the performance of what Fielding in his prefatory chapter promised to give the reader: 'The provision then which we have here made is no other than HUMAN NATURE. In like manner, the excellence of the mental entertainment consists less in the subject than in the author?s skill in well dressing it up.' In other words, 'Tom Jones' is great because it pictures real men and women, and because its craftsmanship is marvelous". The second printing was issued in April 1749, two months after the first printing.  Cross describes it thus: "Immediate revision was rendered imperative on account of the numerous errors that crept into the text owing to the haste with which the novel had been at last put through the press...  type and paper are the same and the paging is kept uniform with the edition having the errata... The table of contents is re-spaced so as to extend into the page formerly given to the errata... scores of individual pages differ either in the number of lines or in the last words and phrases".  The copy offered here is identified as a second printing by the following specific bibliographic points. Volume I lacks the errata slip, and the table of contents expands to fill the previously unnumbered page with page xliii. The errata listed in the first printing are corrected.  The first printing cancels are not present at II(N12), III(H8, H9,H10, M3 & Q11), and V(N8).  Vols II and IV have the second printing free endpapers.   This copy is in very good plus condition.  The original calf boards have been retained with professional rebacking, which has reused the original red leather title panels. Each volume has the bookplate of Douglas Maxwell Moffat to the front pastedown. Moffat (1881-1956) was the U.S. Ambassador to Australia, appointed by President Eisenhower in February 1956, just a few months before his death.  There are a few pencil notations to the pastedowns.  Otherwise the contents are exceptionally nice - clean and undamaged with no foxing. A previous bookseller has pasted an inaccurate description to the rear pastedown of volume one.  Additional images are available on request.

      [Bookseller: Churchill Book Collector]
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        Systema Solare et Planetarium

      Nuremberg: Iohann Bapt. Homann and Johann Gabriel Dopplemayr, [1707]. This copy of the map predates the 1742 and later editions; it could be as early as 1707 but possibly also 1720. Some rubbing and browning of margins, a few old stab holes, with a few small repairs to tears from the back, overall a very attractive copy. 495 x 574 mm (19-3/8 x 22-3/4 x 24-1/8 inches)plate size plus margins.

      [Bookseller: Randall House Rare Books]
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        A Voyage Round the World

      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. A nice copy of the work which almost ruined Dampier's already shaky reputation, Funnell'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'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'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'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.Davidson, 'A Book Collector's Notes', p. 33; Hill, 664; Sabin, 26213.

      [Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books]
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        Lieffländische Landes-Ordnungen Nebst darzu gehörigen Placaten und Stadgen

      Riga, Nöller 1707.. 778 S., 20 Bll. Winkelmann, Bibliotheca Livoniae historica 3785, 5. - Neudruck mit verändertem Titelblatt der 1705 erschienenen Landesordnung. - Etwas berieben, vorderes Gelenk oben mit ca. 5 cm Einriss. Titel und fliegender Vorsatz gestempelt. Titelblatt seitlich mit kurzem Einriss. Etwas fleckig, mit wenigen alten Marginalien, die beiden Erratablätter am Schluss mit durchgestrichenem Text.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        Engraving: "The South Prospect of the Church of St. Clements Danes - London / To the Right Honble. John CÏcill Earl of Exeter, Baron CÏcill of Burleigh and Patron of this Noble Structure the Church of St. Clements Danes / This Plate is Humbly Dedicated by John Kip"

      17-1/4 x 23-1/4 inches. . Matted, framed and glazed . A Dutch draughtsman and engraver, Johannes Kip worked with Leonard Knyff on topographical views of British country houses and gardens. They were published in Britannia Illustrata (1707) and Le Nouveau Theatre de la Grande Bretagne (1715)

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        A Voyage Round the World

      London: By W. Botham, for James Knapton,, 1707. Containing an Account of Captain Dampier's Expedition Into the South-Seas in the Ship St George, In the Years 1703 and 1704. With his various Adventures, Engagements, &c. And a particular and exact Description of several Islands in the Atlantick Ocean, the Brazilian Coast, the Passage round Cape Horn, and the Coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexico. Together with the Author's Voyage from Amapalla On the West-Coast of Mexico, To East-India. His passing by Three Unknown Islands, and thro' a New-discover'd Streight near the Coast of New Guinea; His Arrival at Amboyna: With a large Description of that and other Spice Islands; as also of Batavia, the Cape of Good Hope, &c. With divers Maps, Draughts, Figures of Plants and Animals. Octavo (190 × 118 mm). Contemporary panelled calf, rebacked, red morocco label, raised bands with broken line roll, gilt devices to the compartments. Folding bihemispheric world map as frontispiece and 4 other folding maps, and 10 engraved plates. A little rubbed, corners bumped, new endpapers, overall browned and with some marginal finger-soiling, professional repair to small slip missing from the fore-edge of a plate, similar repair to paper flaw in one leaf, modern collector's bookplate to both pastedowns, but a very good copy. First edition of a controversial account by the Mate serving on board the St George during William Dampier's privately-funded circumnavigation of 1703–4. "It was Funnell not Dampier, who really circumnavigated the globe on this voyage, as Dampier proceeded only as far as the South Seas. The purpose of the expedition was to harass the Spaniards and take plunder from vessels and towns in South America. Its failure was due to differences that arose between the two men. Funnell arrived in England before Dampier and seized the opportunity to compose a relation of his voyage, a task for which he was poorly qualified. His narrative contained much that was objectionable to Dampier, who immediately afterwards published a 'Vindication' of his voyage, pointing out Funnell's misrepresentations" (Hill). Funnell's fellow crew-member, Midshipman John Welbe, countered with An 'Answer', accusing Dampier of barbarous treatment of his crew. As Beaglehole wrote of Dampier: "No man was better fitted to navigate a ship [but] he was certainly not a great captain. The voyage was a fruitless one; they took a few small prizes and split into malcontent parties who made off to the East Indies in captured ships". Of 183 men that embarked on the expedition, 18 returned. Funnell wrote that "disagreements and mismanagement [caused] us to fail our chief designs". Away from controversy, Funnell's narrative gives excellent descriptions of the west coast of the Americas, the Dutch East Indies and detailed natural history plates much like those in Dampier's published voyages; in fact, as Dampier published no proper account of the voyage, "in spite of Dampier's protests" Knapton used Funnell's account as volume IV in his editions of Dampier's voyages 1697–1707 and 1729. An uncommon and important account.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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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 There Unto, and the Happy End and Conclusion Thereof by the King's Blessed Restoration, and Return Upon the 29th of May, in the Year 1660. Together with : The Life of Edward Earl of Clarendon, ..., containing: I. An Account of the Chancellor's Life from his Birth to the Restoration in 1660. II. A Continuation of the same, and of his History of the Grand Rebellion, from the Restoration to his Banishment in 1667. Written by himself. Printed from his Original Manuscripts,

      Oxford: Printed at the Theater, 1707, 1759., 1707. 4 volumes; Folio. Untrimmed large paper copy in c.19th century half vellum binding with red title labels and gilt bands to spines, marbled boards and end papers. A superb presentation of 3 volumes of the Rebellion, 1707, and 1 volume of Clarendon's Life, 1759, with engraved portrait frontispieces, fine head- and tail-pieces as well as fine letterheads. Labels a little rubbed with slight age toning to vellum; edges dusty. Very minimal and occasional worming to a few margins. Browning to verso of f.f.e.p.'s and light foxing first and last blanks. Text clean and extremely bright with fine impression of engraved portraits and engraved pieces. 'Newton' ownership inscription. Slightly shaken in their case, more so volume III. An impressive, very elegant set.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        A Parallel of the Antient Architecture With the Modern

      London, 1707. 2nd edition. Hardback. Very Good/None. 1092 Folio. 'In a Collection of Ten Principal Authors who have Written upon the Five orders, viz Palladio and Scamozzi, Serlio and Vignola, D. Barbero and Cataneo, L.B. Alberti and Viola, Bullant and de Lorme, Compared with one another. Written in French by Roland Freart, Sieur de Chambray; Made English for the Benefit of Builders. To which is added an account of Architects and Architecture, in an Historical and Etymological Explanation of certain Terms particularly affected by Architects. With Leon Baptista Alberti's Treatise of Statues. By John Evelyn Esq., Fellow of the Royal Society'. Condition notes: Restored and rebacked, modern quarter leather on marbled boards. Small knick to leather of spine, on front cover. New end papers; title page backed. Some marginal graffiti esp p 48, probably late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, and elaborate drawings- in fact, exercises in draftmanship- to blank pages and some margins (eg p82), clearly by a student using the work rather than an idle book-defacer. Some soiling; occasional damp stains. Some page edges ragged. This carefully-restored book has clearly had serious use, but has been rescued and now represents a good copy of this scarce work. Text and plates of the main work (Evelyn's translation of Freart) are complete; Evelyn's Account of Architects and Architecture is complete. Alberti's Treatise is missing one leaf (page 69-70). Photos on request.

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        Some account of mines, and the advantages of them to this kingdom. With an appendix relating to the mine-adventure in Wales.

      London: printed by W. B. for John Wyat, 1707.. 8vo. [xxiv], 171pp, [5]pp index. Contemporary full panelled calf, raised bands, green calf gilt spine label, sprinkled leaf-edges. Extremes rubbed with slight wear; light soiling to title-page. * Includes a useful 4 page bibliography of works consulted. ** The more common issue in ESTC with the author's name omitted from the title-page. Kress 5924. Hanson 754. Goldsmiths 4384.

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        Archaiologia Britannica, giving some account additional to what has been hitherto publish'd of the languages, histories and customs of the original inhabitants of Great Britain: from collections and observations in travels through Wales, Cornwal, Bas-Bretagne, Ireland and Scotland. Vol. I Glossography.

      The author, Oxford, 1707. Title page with engraving of Oxford's Sheldonian Theatre, 2p list of subscribers, dedications, 436 pp and index. Half-morocco with marbled boards and end papers. Label on spine with gilt lettering. Some foxing on tp but otherwise mainly bright and clean. Copperplate signature on flyleaf and book plates in the name of George John Smith of Treliske, Truro, Cornwall. Edward Lhuyd (1660-1707), born near Oswestry, was a Welsh scholar at Jesus College, Oxford, and Curator of the Ashmolean Museum. From 1695 to 1701 he travelled exhaustively through the Celtic countries; this volume (only v. I was published) is the result. In many ways Lhuyd anticipated the methods of modern comparative linguistics. His book is also a fascinating source of material on late Cornish, still spoken when Lhuyd made his journey, and of course on the other languages studied. A fine example of this seminal work. [To use Paypal please specify order in separate email to mail@cymricbooks.co.uk.]

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        Nouvelle Maniere pour lever l'Eau par la Force du Feu

      One folding engraved plate. 64 pp. 8vo, cont. polished calf (foot of spine a little chipped, browned as usual), spine richly gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Kassel: J. Estienne, 1707. First edition and a book of considerable rarity. By 1695, Papin had left his teaching position at Marburg and was given a place in the court of the Landgrave of Hesse in Kassel. Here he continued to devise a number of pumps and to work on steam pressure. "In 1705, Papin heard from Leibniz of Savery's engine, and received from him a sketch of it. In 1707 Papin published [in the present work] details of a new engine, a modified Savery engine -- not a modified Huygens' engine, as his previous one was...In 1707 Papin used his steam engine (originally conceived as a pumping engine) to drive a model boat on the river Fulda at Cassel; the pumping engine forcing up water to turn a water-wheel, which drove the paddles."-Wolf, A History of Science, Technology, and Philosophy, I, p. 550. Apart from the inevitable browning, a fine copy. In our copy there is a cancel label pasted to the title below "Feu." which corrects the reading to: "Mise en lumiere par mr. D. Papin" with a further cancel label pasted over the "mr." ❧ D.S.B., X, pp. 292-93. En Français dans le Texte 135-"C'est en 1698 que Papin faisait ses expériences, mais il n'en publia les résultats qu'en 1707, et déjà Savery et Newcomen avaient établi leur première machine à vapeur. Papin convient dans son ouvrage que les Anglais étaient arrivés aux mêmes résultats par les mêmes moyens. Toutefois ses communications insérées notamemment dans les Acta eruditorum de Leipzig, lui assurent une priorité incontestable." .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        The Privileges of the Royal Burrows

      Edinburgh - Printed by the Heirs and Successors to Andrew Anderson, 1707 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A scarce first edition of The Privileges of the Royal Burrows by William Black. Bound in leather. First Edition. Uncommon. With an armorialnameplate on the front pastedown for Daniel Fisber. William Black, d. 1745, was probably Scottish, and possiblythe owner of a cloth manufactory near Aberdeen. This William Black, advocate, petitioned parliament to make a charge upon the county of Aberdeen, for the support of boys working at his manufactory, during the first five years of their apprenticeships. The petition apparentlysucceeded. Condition: The binding is firm. The front board is detached. The rear hinge is starting. The first eight pages are detached, including the title page. There is significant wear to the extremities, including significant bumping and rubbing, with loss to the leather on the spine. Internally the pages have some browning, and scattered spotting. There is a browned watermark to the bottom of the page from the title page to page 80 of the text, and a small section missing from the edge of the 26th page of the Appendix. Overall the condition is good only, due to detached board and pages..

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        Buffon's Natural History. Containing a Theory of the Earth, a General History of the Earth, a General History of Man, of the Brute Creation and of Vegetables, Minerals, &c. &c.

      Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon (1707-1788) was a French naturalist, mathematician, biologist, cosmologist and author. Buffon's views and work influenced the next two generations of naturalists during a critical period in the development of human knowledge and conception of the natural world.  Charles Darwin, in a forward to his Origin of Species, stated that "the first author who in modern times has treated it in a scientific spirit was Buffon."  It should be remarked that, like many sages before and after him, Buffon was not universally prescient.  He argued that the Americas were lacking in large and powerful creatures, and that even the people were less virile than their European counterparts. An affronted Thomas Jefferson arranged to have the carcass of a bull moose sent to Paris for Buffon as proof of the virility of New World quadrupeds (and bipeds as well).  Here is a 10 volume matched set of Buffon's ambitiously comprehensive discourse on natural science, with varying publication dates (4 vols published in 1807, 2 published in 1810, 2 published in 1811, and 2 published in 1812).  All are bound in the original half leather over marbled boards with leather corners.  The set is in very good condition overall considering the age and original bindings.  The bindings all show shelf wear, but all of the boards remain firmly attached with square and tight bindings.  All of the contents are clean, tight, and complete, including the many hand-colored plates.

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        Histoire de la Virginie

      Amsterdam: Chez Thomas Lombrail, 1707. Full Calf. Near Fine. 12mo; [4], 432, [16]pp, plus 14 finely executed plates (based on the engravings from the first part of Theodor De Bry's Grand Voyages) and a folding table. Engraved title page, with the coat of arms of Virginia, precedes the printed title page. Translated from the English ("The history and present state of Virginia, in four parts," first published in 1705). Contemporary full calf, the spine, in six compartments, very richly gilt with a red morocco label lettered in gilt. A very handsome, well-preserved copy Sabin 5116. Howe B-410. OCLC no. 5828565. First French Edition (with a new title page) of the first history of the Virginia colony "penned by a native and the best contemporary account of its aboriginal tribes and the life of its early settlers." (Howes) Sabin calls Beverley the "best authority," affording the "most vivid, comprehensive, instructive, and entertaining picture of Virginia at the date of his writing" and quotes Pinkerton: "A work of considerable merit." Beverley's History, one of the most outspoken books of Americanism before the War of Independence, satirized the ‘Rapacious and Arbitrary’ English governors and objected to the ‘heavy Impositions’ put upon the American colonies by the English, while celebrating Virginia's history and laws, featuring stories of early Virginia—including the Lost Colony and Pocahontas saving Captain John Smith—which became standard features of American history. Even so, large parts of the History derived from existing sources, though Beverley often gave even the borrowed material his own interpretation. Note: With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        HISTOIRE DE LA VIRGINIE, contenant, I. L';Histoire du premier Etablissement dans la Virginie, & de son Gouvernement jusques-à-présent. II. Les Productions naturelles & les Commodités du Païs, avant que les Anglois y négociassent, & I';améliorassent. III. La Religion, les Loix, & les Coûtumesdes Indiens Naturels, tant dans la Guerre, que dans la Paix. IV. L';Etat present du Païs, tant à l';égard de la Police, que de I';Amelioration due Païs. Par un Auteur natif & habitant du Païs. Traduite de l';Anglois. Enrichie de Figures

      Amsterdam: Thomas Lombrail, 1707. Full Leather. Very Good binding. 12mo. [8], 432, [16]. The second French language edition following the Orleans edition (bearing a Paris imprint) of the same year; a beautiful copy in contemporary speckled calf; red morocco title label on the spine tastefully tooled in gold; light shelfwear to the extremities include very slight chipping to the tail of the spine; faint institution blind stamp on the title page and an ink number on the verso; tasteful engraved bookplate on the front pastedown all 14 engraved plates are present including a folding table and engraved title page. Among the most important early histories of Virginia. It followed Smith';s history, but is the first written by a native Virginian and according to Howes, "the best contemporary record of [Virginia';s] aboriginal tribes and of the life of its early settlers." Illustrated with fine engravings of the native inhabitants by French engraver Simon Gribelin after Theodor de Bry';s engravings for Hariot';s, "A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia." (Howes 410, Sabin 5115, Church 821, Streeter 1098; Larned 1121). Very Good binding.

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        Lettres Edifiantes et Curieuses ecrites des Missions Etrangeres

      Paris.: Le Clerc.. 1707.. 3 collections in one volume. I Receuil [22], 136, [8]. II Recueil [6], 194, [2]. III Recueil [10], 225, [2]. Includes engraved headings and initials. Calf binding considerably rubbed with some loss, panelled spine with raised bands, endpapers soiled and upper corner of front free endpaper torn with loss. A neat and sympathetic paper replacement has been expertly inserted as a replacement, title page of first collection damaged with some inked scribble obscuring a few words on title page. The upper left portion of title page is torn with loss, including loss to the lettering of the title itself, but in a similar expert manner to the repair made on the endpaper a sympathetic paper replacement has been inserted. A little staining some leaves but the French text is mainly clean and sound. This interesting collection of letters written by Jesuit missionaries includes a letter from Pere Pierre Martin to Pere de Villette, one from Pere Francois Lainez to other Jesuit missionaries and one from Pere Le Royer to his brother. .

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        The Privileges of the Royal Burrows as Contained in Their

      1707. B[lack], W[illiam]. The Privileges of the Royal Burrows as Contained in Their Particular Rights, And the Ancient Laws and Records of Parliament, And Their General Conventions; Wherein is Considered the Privileges of Merchants, Privileges of Burghs, The Privileges of the Guld, The Privileges of the Four Burghs in Assisting the Chamberlan Air in Falsing Dooms, The First Constitution of the Convention, The Laws by Which They Enjoy Their Privileges, The Acts of Their Own Convention Which Confirm Their Privileges Granted by Their Kings and Parliament, The Jurisdiction and How Far It is the Interest of the Royal Burrows Now to Observe and Maintain Their Privileges, By Making Such Regulations as May Tend to the Advantage of Their Trading Society. With an Appendix Containing the Privileges and Jurisdictions of the Cities of Edinburgh and Aberdeen. Edinburgh: Printed by the Heirs and Successors of Andrew Anderson, 1707. [viii], 172, [43] pp. Octavo (4" x 6-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind double rules to boards, raised bands to spine. Toning to text, light foxing in places. Early owner annotations to front free endpaper and final text leaf, early owner signature near head of title page. A handsomely bound copy of a scarce title. * Only edition. One of two early works on the Scottish gild merchant and its royal burghs, which was much more powerful than its English counterparts and quite influential into the twentieth century. This book has a great deal of information about gild courts and the regulation of international commerce. OCLC locates 10 copies. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 5:13.

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        A GENEALOGICAL HISTORY OF THE KINGS AND QUEENS OF ENGLAND, AND MONARCHS OF GREAT BRITAIN, & C., FROM ... 1066 TO ... 1707 IN SEVEN PARTS OR BOOKS : CONTAINING A DISCOURSE OF THEIR SEVERAL LIVES, MARRIAGES, AND ISSUES : ALSO, THEIR EFFIGIES, SEALS, TOMBS . [LBC]

      London: Printed By M. Jenour for John Nicholson. Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 1707. Hardcover. Genealogy; ENGLAND; B&W Illustrations; Folio 13" - 23" tal; 878, 26 pages; A Genealogical History of the Kings and Queens of England, and Monarchs of Great Britain, &c. , from the Conquest 1066 to the Year 1707 In seven parts or books : Containing a discourse of their several Lives, Marriages, and Issues; with the Times of Their Births, Deaths, Places of Burial, and Monumental Inscriptions. Also, their effigies, Seals, Tombs, Cenotaphs, Devices, Arms, Quarterings, Crests and Supporters; All Curiously Engraven in Copper-plates : First publish'd to the beginning of King Charles the Second's reign, by Francis Sandford, Esq; Lancaster Herald at Arms and Continued to this Time, with many New Sculptures, Additions and Annotations; As Likewise the Descents of divers Illustrious Families, now Flourishing, Maternally Descended from the said Monarchs, or from Collateral Branches of the Royal Blood of England. Later gilt-lettered half calf with marbled boards, with two-color title-page, seventy-three full page engravings, six folding, and numerous inset vignettes in text, (minor aging, new blanks). 10 1/4 x 16" .

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        A Journey From Aleppo to Jerusalem at Easter, A.D. 1697: The Second Edition, in which the Corrections and Additions, which were sent by the Author after the Book was Printed off, are inserted in the Body of the Book in their proper places

      Oxford, Eng., 1707. 2nd Edition. Very Good -. Although the title page states "Printed at the Theater" it does not include "And sold by Jonah Bowyer" as is the case with other copies described in library records. ESTC T186568. [12], 145, [7] p.: engraved title vignette, 9 leaves of engraved plates (5 folded); 20 cm. 8vo. Signatures: a2 b4 A-T4. Full contemporary calf with 5 spine compartments between raised bands. The leather over the boards was added somewhat later (still 18th century) and is decorated in the Cambridge style, that is, having a stained central rectangle, a plain rectangular frame, and a stained outside border. A double blind rule borders each section with a blind-tooled decoration at the outer corners. In the center of the outer edge of each plain section is a small curved section that also was sprinkled. Inscription on front free endpaper: "E. Cooke, Nevington." Oval stamp of Homerton College Society at head of title page. Homerton College is now one of the colleges of Cambridge University. Front fixed endpaper bears a bookplate reading "Bibliotheca Novi Collegii Londinensis" (Library of the New College of London). Back endpapers bear an index written in an old hand. The author of this book, Henry Maundrell, was the chaplain of the Levant Company (an English trading company also known as the Turkey Company) at Aleppo from 1696 to his death in 1701. The first edition of his account of his 1697 journey to Jerusalem was published in 1703, two years after his death. His narrative describes the Easter pilgrimage to Jerusalem and back made by Maundrell and fourteen others in 1697. They travelled across northern Syria to Latakia and down the coast to Acre, arriving in Jerusalem for the Latin Easter. They then visited the valley of the Jordan and Bethlehem before returning to Jerusalem for the Eastern churches' Easter. Finally they returned to Aleppo by way of Damascus and Tripoli. This account became the most famous of those written by European travellers of the Holy Land in the period. In Very Good- Condition: leather is rubbed, most significantly at corners; slight loss of leather at ends of spine; leather over boards is crackling; front free endpaper is detached but present; pages and plates are clean and tight. Very scarce without the bookseller notation.

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        A New map of the Cityes of London, Westminster and the Borough of Southwark together with the suburbs as they are now standing.

      London: 1707 - Size: 310 × 580 mm. Copperplate engraving with hand colour. Folds as issued, some strengthening on verso, otherwise in very good condition. A lovely early town plan of London with the title along the top, a decorative cartouche bearing the City Arms top left, another bearing the publisher's names top right, compass rose. Map extent Buckingham House, Hoxton, Stepney and Bermondsey. Howgego 55.

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        Geistliches Kinder-Spill, das ist: dreyhundert sechs und zwaintzig neue Predigen uber den kleinen Catechismum R. P. Petri Canisii. Zum andern mahl aufgelegt, und durch vilen Fleiß verbessert. 2 (v.4)Tle. in 1 Band. Augsburg, J. Gruber 1730. Fol. 8 Bll., 533 S., 25 Bll.; 8 Bll., 562 S., 24 Bll., mit gestoch. Frontispiz, blindgepr. Schweinsldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit 2 intakten Messing-Schließen u. Rsch.

      - Moser-Rath, Predigtmärlein der Barockzeit, 519.- Zweite Ausgabe (EA 1707).- Der Vorarlberger Kapuziner Lucianus Montifontanus (1630-1716), ein aus der Familie Marent stammender Prediger und Mathematiker, wirkte innerhalb der vorderösterreichischen Provinz seines Ordens in verschiedenen leitenden Ämtern und verfaßte außer den hier vorliegenden Kinderpredigten, die durchaus nicht nur Kindern galten, sondern dem gemeinen Volk überhaupt, ein lateinisches Predigtwerk in 4 Bänden und eine Kirchengeschichte.- Gas Frontispiz gestochen von S. T. Sondermayr.- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, etw. gebräunt u. braunfleckig.- Prächtiger Schweinsleder-Band mit dekorativem Frontispiz.

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        The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling

      Henry Fielding (1707-1754) was an English novelist and dramatist. Here is a lovely copy of the first edition, second printing of this seminal English novel. In the Harvard Classics volumes Gordon Gerould summarizes 'Tom Jones' thus: "As to the stupendous achievement of the novel there can be no question. Beyond all cavil it is supremely great. By the very might of its revelation of human nature it disarms criticism and tempts to the use of the superlative... The merit of it consists in the performance of what Fielding in his prefatory chapter promised to give the reader: 'The provision then which we have here made is no other than HUMAN NATURE. In like manner, the excellence of the mental entertainment consists less in the subject than in the author’s skill in well dressing it up.' In other words, 'Tom Jones' is great because it pictures real men and women, and because its craftsmanship is marvelous". The second printing was issued in April 1749, two months after the first printing.  Cross describes it thus: "Immediate revision was rendered imperative on account of the numerous errors that crept into the text owing to the haste with which the novel had been at last put through the press...  type and paper are the same and the paging is kept uniform with the edition having the errata... The table of contents is re-spaced so as to extend into the page formerly given to the errata... scores of individual pages differ either in the number of lines or in the last words and phrases".  The copy offered here is identified as a second printing by the following specific bibliographic points. Volume I lacks the errata slip, and the table of contents expands to fill the previously unnumbered page with page xliii. The errata listed in the first printing are corrected.  The first printing cancels are not present at II(N12), III(H8, H9,H10, M3 & Q11), and V(N8).  Vols II and IV have the second printing free endpapers.   This copy is in very good plus condition.  The original calf boards have been retained with professional rebacking, which has reused the original red leather title panels. Each volume has the bookplate of Douglas Maxwell Moffat to the front pastedown. Moffat (1881-1956) was the U.S. Ambassador to Australia, appointed by President Eisenhower in February 1956, just a few months before his death.  There are a few pencil notations to the pastedowns.  Otherwise the contents are exceptionally nice - clean and undamaged with no foxing. A previous bookseller has pasted an inaccurate description to the rear pastedown of volume one.  Additional images are available on request.

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        Buffon's Natural History. Containing a Theory of the Earth, a General History of the Earth, a General History of Man, of the Brute Creation and of Vegetables, Minerals, &c. &c.

      Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon (1707-1788) was a French naturalist, mathematician, biologist, cosmologist and author. Buffon's views and work influenced the next two generations of naturalists during a critical period in the development of human knowledge and conception of the natural world.  Charles Darwin, in a forward to his Origin of Species, stated that "the first author who in modern times has treated it in a scientific spirit was Buffon."  It should be remarked that, like many sages before and after him, Buffon was not universally prescient.  He argued that the Americas were lacking in large and powerful creatures, and that even the people were less virile than their European counterparts. An affronted Thomas Jefferson arranged to have the carcass of a bull moose sent to Paris for Buffon as proof of the virility of New World quadrupeds (and bipeds as well).  Here is a 10 volume matched set of Buffon's ambitiously comprehensive discourse on natural science, with varying publication dates (4 vols published in 1807, 2 published in 1810, 2 published in 1811, and 2 published in 1812).  All are bound in the original half leather over marbled boards with leather corners.  The set is in very good condition overall considering the age and original bindings.  The bindings all show shelf wear, but all of the boards remain firmly attached with square and tight bindings.  All of the contents are clean, tight, and complete, including the many hand-colored plates.

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        Spiagge da M. Circello à C. delle Armi

      Rarissima carta, tratta dal "Teatro della Guerra diviso in XXXXVIII parti" del Coronelli edito a Venezia (sebbene nel frontespizio sia indicato Napoli) tra il 1706 ed il 1709. La raccolta comprende centinaia di vedute, carte geografiche e nautiche di tutte le parti del mondo. Come scrive Ermanno Ermao, grande studioso del Coronelli, "non è facile stabilire quanti e quali sono i volumi che compongono la raccolta". Il volume sul Regno di Napoli viene pubblicato nel 1707. Alcune carte derivano da quelle già incluse nel testo del Isolario del 1696, con alcune varianti; la maggior parte delle vedute viene tuttavia realizzata appositamente per l'opera. Incisione in rame, tracce di sporco nella piega centrale, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. Rarissima Venezia Venice 410 140

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        Tractatus de Aquaeductu. Quomodo constituatur, Ex quibus Aquis, Quot modis, Quis possit constituere, De Praescriptione decennali, vicennali, & immemorabili. De Possessorio, & Petitorio in materia Aquarum. Opus curiosum, et valde exoptatum. Omnibus Iurisprudentiae Professoribus in foro versantibus ad quotidianas Aquarum controversias iuste dirimendas utile, ac necessarium...

      Ticini Regii, Ex Officina Haeredum Caroli Francisci Magrij, 1707 - 1681.4 parti in 2 voll. in-folio (344x225mm), pp. 4, (12) di indice, 252, (42) di indice bicolonne; (16), 336; legatura coeva p. pergamena rigida con titolo manoscritto in antico su dorso a 4 nervi rilevati. Testatine, capilettera e finalini ornati incisi in xilografia. Numerose incisioni xilografiche, sia intercalate n.t. che f.t., alcune delle quali ripiegate o incise su doppio foglio, con raffigurazioni di corsi fluviali e di opere di idraulica. Testo bicolonne. Qualche sporadica gora e fioritura. Bell'esemplare. Seconda edizione della prima e della seconda, prima edizione della terza e della quarta parte (il primo libro non reca l'anno di stampa al frontespizio, ma è del 1707; il secondo reca l'indicazione del 1707; il terzo è nell'edizione originale del 1681, dello stesso stampatore, mentre il quarto, anch'esso in edizione originale, ["nunc primum in luced editum"] è del 1686) della più importante opera di diritto delle acque del XVII secolo, monumentale trattato sugli acquedotti, i canali ed i corsi d'acqua, la regolazione dei fiumi, l'idraulica, i trasporti fluviali, i laghi, ecc., pubblicato sotto gli auspici del Senato di Milano. Dell'opera (la cui edizione originale apparve tra il 1670 e il 1686) largamente si avvalse Gian Domenico Romagnosi nei suoi trattati intorno ?Alla ragione civile delle acque? e da essa fece iniziare il moderno diritto delle acque il noto giurista Sebastiano Gianzana. Il Pecchi, o Pecchio (Battuda, Pavia, 1639-Pavia, 1692) fu professore di diritto canonico a Pavia dal 1659 al 1687 ed Arcidiacono della Cattedrale pavese, nella quale è sepolto; il suo nome ha rinomanza nella storia della giurisprudenza soprattutto in quanto padre della moderna legislazione sulle acque con il presente trattato e per l'altra sua estesa opera "Tractatus de Servitutibus in genere". ?Questi è per me il vero inauguratore del giure sulle acque. Fu egli invero che radunò i materiali sparsi nei varii statuti, nelle singolari decisioni dei giureconsulti e dei magistrati municipali e collegandole in un sistema. Disciplinò i rapporti nascenti dalle acque in modo che l?interesse particolare avesse il suo tornaconto, il sociale conseguisse il suo scopo... [leggendo le opere di lui] ciascuno potrà a meno di ammirare la potenza di quella mente, la quale nel dubbio difficilmente errò, gettandosi facilmente nel lato ove stava il senno comune.? (Gianzana). Fontana, Bibliotheca Legalis, II, 68-69. Riccardi, II, 254: "Emporio ricco, ma poco ordinato, di cognizioni utili al giureconsulto ed al tecnico relative alla scienza delle acque". Sapori, I, 2272. Sotheran, First Supplement, 6874: "Rare". Cfr. Mariano Mariani, F. M. P., Pavia, 1898. Mixed copy of the first and second editions. Complete.

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        Terracina

      Rarissima carta, tratta dal "Teatro della Guerra diviso in XXXXVIII parti" del Coronelli edito a Venezia (sebbene nel frontespizio sia indicato Napoli) tra il 1706 ed il 1709. La raccolta comprende centinaia di vedute, carte geografiche e nautiche di tutte le parti del mond. Come scrive Ermanno Ermao, grande studioso del Coronelli, "non è facile stabilire quanti e quali sono i volumi che compongono la raccolta". Il volume sul Regno di Napoli viene pubblicato nel 1707. Alcune carte derivano da quelle già incluse nel testo del Isolario del 1696, con alcune varianti; la maggior parte delle vedute viene tuttavia realizzata appositamente per l'opera. Incisione in rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Rarissima. A very rare map taken from Coronelli?s "Teatro della Guerra diviso in XXXXVIII parti" published in Venice (though the front page says Naples) between 1706 and 1709. The collection contains hundreds of views, geographic maps and sea charts depicting the entire world. Ermanno Ermao, who studied Coronelli?s production, wrote "it is not easy to determine how many and which are the volumes that belong to the collection ". The volume that describes the Kingdom of Naples has been published in 1707. Some of the maps derive from those already published in the Isolario in 1696, with minor changes; nonetheless, the majority of the views has been realized exclusively for this collection. Copper engraving, in perfect condition. Extremely rare. Venezia Venice 180 130

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        Septuaginta Interpretum Tomus I-IV

      Theatro Sheldoniano, Oxford, 1707. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Four volumes bound in 6 - old calf, rebacked, hinges splitting but bindings still sound and attached by cords, surface marks and scarring to leather, wear at corners. Volume names penned to spines. An attractive edition of the Hebrew Bible translated into Greek. Occasional foxing and browning, but largely clean and with 25 engraved plates. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Inventory No: 043178. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        Isola San Nicola La Maggiore dell' Isole Tremiti/Tremiti

      Rarissima carta, tratta dal "Teatro della Guerra diviso in XXXXVIII parti" del Coronelli edito a Venezia (sebbene nel frontespizio sia indicato Napoli) tra il 1706 ed il 1709. La raccolta comprende centinaia di vedute, carte geografiche e nautiche di tutte le parti del mond. Come scrive Ermanno Ermao, grande studioso del Coronelli, "non è facile stabilire quanti e quali sono i volumi che compongono la raccolta". Il volume sul Regno di Napoli viene pubblicato nel 1707. Alcune carte derivano da quelle già incluse nel testo del Isolario del 1696, con alcune varianti; la maggior parte delle vedute viene tuttavia realizzata appositamente per l'opera. Incisione in rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Rarissima. A very rare map taken from Coronelli?s "Teatro della Guerra diviso in XXXXVIII parti" published in Venice (though the front page says Naples) between 1706 and 1709. The collection contains hundreds of views, geographic maps and sea charts depicting the entire world. Ermanno Ermao, who studied Coronelli?s production, wrote "it is not easy to determine how many and which are the volumes that belong to the collection ". The volume that describes the Kingdom of Naples has been published in 1707. Some of the maps derive from those already published in the Isolario in 1696, with minor changes; nonetheless, the majority of the views has been realized exclusively for this collection. Copper engraving, in perfect condition. Extremely rare. Venezia Venice 180 130

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        Le comté de Tirol, les Eveschés de Trente ed de Brixen, & c.

      Parigi. 1707 Incisione su rame di dimensioni 47x68,5 cm. Carta di origine francese raffigurante il Tirolo, e i vescovadi di Trento e Bressanone. Il titolo è posto in basso a destra, entro un cartiglio decorato a motivi classici che ospita lo stemma di Luigi XIV (1638-1715). Vengono ripetuti i consueti errori, come lo sdoppiamento della Val di Non e l?invenzione di un lago inesistente in Valsugana. Incisore è Luis Cordier. Scheda bibliografica tratta da ?Il territorio trentino-tirolese nell?antica cartografia? di Gino Tomasi, scheda n. 65.

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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.

      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.

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        A Parallel of the Antient Architecture With the Modern

      London 1707. Binding: Hardback. 'In a Collection of Ten Principal Authors who have Written upon the Five orders, viz Palladio and Scamozzi, Serlio and Vignola, D. Barbero and Cataneo, L.B. Alberti and Viola, Bullant and de Lorme, Compared with one another. Written in French by Roland Freart, Sieur de Chambray; Made English for the Benefit of Builders. To which is added an account of Architects and Architecture, in an Historical and Etymological Explanation of certain Terms particularly affected by Architects. With Leon Baptista Alberti's Treatise of Statues. By John Evelyn Esq., Fellow of the Royal Society'. Condition: Restored and rebacked, modern quarter leather on marbled boards. Small knick to leather of spine, on front cover. New end papers; title page backed. Some marginal graffiti esp p 48, probably late eighteenth or early nineteenth century, and elaborate drawings- in fact, exercises in draftmanship- to blank pages and some margins (eg p82), clearly by a student using the work rather than an idle book-defacer. Some soiling; occasional damp stains. Some page edges ragged. This carefully-restored book has clearly had serious use, but has been rescued and now represents a good copy of this scarce work. Text and plates of the main work (Evelyn's translation of Freart) are complete; Evelyn's Account of Architects and Architecture is complete. Alberti's Treatise is missing one leaf (page 69-70). Photos on request. Overall Very Good.

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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'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. Contemporary panelled calf, corners a little worn, rebacked in a lighter calf, gilt tooled spines with red morocco labels, one contemporary, others new. A very good sound set. Originally published several years earlier in three folio volumes.

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        Archaeologia Britannica Giving some account additional to what has been hitherto publish'd of the languages, histories and customs of the original inhabitants of Great Britain: from collections and observations in travels through Wales, Cornwal, Bas-Bretagne, Ireland and Scotland. Vol. I Glossography.

      Printed at the Theater for the Author,Oxford, 1707. Title page with engraving of Oxford's Sheldonian Theatre, 2p list of subscribers, dedications, 436 pp and index. Contemporary tooled leather boards, spine rebacked with 5 raised bands and gilt tooling. Interior clean and bright. Edward Lhuyd (1660-1707), born near Oswestry, was a Welsh scholar at Jesus College, Oxford, and Curator of the Ashmolean Museum. From 1695 to 1701 he travelled exhaustively through the Celtic countries; this volume (only v. I was published) is the result. In many ways Lhuyd anticipated the methods of modern comparative linguistics. His book is also a fascinating source of material on late Cornish, still spoken when Lhuyd made his journey, and of course on the other languages studied. An exceptional example of this seminal work

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        Considerazioni intorno alla poesia degli Ebrei e dei Greci

      presso Francesco Gonzaga In Roma, presso Francesco Gonzaga, 1707. Due parti in un volume; pp.XVI, 61; 131. Unito: Ragionamento di Biagio Garofalo in difesa delle considerazioni sopra il libro ?Della maniera di ben pensare? ove si stabiliscono gli argomenti di esse considerazioni e si dichiarono varj luoghi d?autori greci a torto impugnati. In Roma, presso Francesco Gonzaga, 1708. Pp.63. Due opere in un volume in 8vo. Pergamena coeva, tagli rossi, tassello al dorso con titolo in oro.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella]
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        Memoires d'artillerie... seconde edition augmentee de nouvelles matieres et de plusieurs planches. a paris, chez rigaud, 1707.

      Due volumi di m. 24, pp. (52) 394; (8) 422 (2). Antiporta figurata, grande stemma al frontespizio, testate, cul-de-lamp e 194 tavole fuori testo di cui molte ripiegate. Legatura coeva in piena pelle. Dorsi scuriti e abilmente controfondati, qualche macchietta d'inchiostro alle carte preliminari del primo volume, poche tracce d'uso, complessivamente esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Le carte geografiche ben ripiegate e senza strappi. Come in tutte le copie censite le pp. 147-150 curiosamente legate in fondo al volume. Opera di grande fascino, dotata di un apparato iconografico davvero notevole; una delle opere più documentate sull'artiglieria del tempo.

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        A Journey From Aleppo to Jerusalem at Easter, A.D. 1697: The Second Edition, in which the Corrections and Additions, which were sent by the Author after the Book was Printed off, are inserted in the Body of the Book in their proper places

      Oxford, Eng., 1707. 2nd Edition. Very Good -. Although the title page states "Printed at the Theater" it does not include "And sold by Jonah Bowyer" as is the case with other copies described in library records. ESTC T186568. [12], 145, [7] p.: engraved title vignette, 9 leaves of engraved plates (5 folded); 20 cm. 8vo. Signatures: a2 b4 A-T4. Full contemporary calf with 5 spine compartments between raised bands. The leather over the boards was added somewhat later (still 18th century) and is decorated in the Cambridge style, that is, having a stained central rectangle, a plain rectangular frame, and a stained outside border. A double blind rule borders each section with a blind-tooled decoration at the outer corners. In the center of the outer edge of each plain section is a small curved section that also was sprinkled. Inscription on front free endpaper: "E. Cooke, Nevington." Oval stamp of Homerton College Society at head of title page. Homerton College is now one of the colleges of Cambridge University. Front fixed endpaper bears a bookplate reading "Bibliotheca Novi Collegii Londinensis" (Library of the New College of London). Back endpapers bear an index written in an old hand. The author of this book, Henry Maundrell, was the chaplain of the Levant Company (an English trading company also known as the Turkey Company) at Aleppo from 1696 to his death in 1701. The first edition of his account of his 1697 journey to Jerusalem was published in 1703, two years after his death. His narrative describes the Easter pilgrimage to Jerusalem and back made by Maundrell and fourteen others in 1697. They travelled across northern Syria to Latakia and down the coast to Acre, arriving in Jerusalem for the Latin Easter. They then visited the valley of the Jordan and Bethlehem before returning to Jerusalem for the Eastern churches' Easter. Finally they returned to Aleppo by way of Damascus and Tripoli. This account became the most famous of those written by European travellers of the Holy Land in the period. In Very Good- Condition: leather is rubbed, most significantly at corners; slight loss of leather at ends of spine; leather over boards is crackling; front free endpaper is detached but present; pages and plates are clean and tight. Very scarce without the bookseller notation.

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