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        A Report of Divers Cases in Pleas of the Crown, Adjudged and Determined; In the Reign of the Late King Charles II. With Directions for Justices of the Peace and Others . . . From the Original Manuscript, under his own Hand [etc.]

      Printed for Isaac Cleave, next Door to Serjeants-Inn [etc.], London 1708 - Contemporary calf, rubbed but still presentable

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        A Report of Divers Cases in Pleas of the Crown, Adudged and Determined; in the Reign of the Late King Charles 11. With Directions for Justices of the Peace and Others

      London: Isaac Cleave, 1708 pp vi + 138 + xiv; This book has been professionally repaired with the spine being replaced and corners strengthened; the boards are early and in good condition. Internally very good, with a little browning and the stamp of a firm of solicitors on the inside front cover, binding firm. Uncommon. Full-Leather. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Pineapple, Tab I from "Nurnberische Hesperides"

      1708-1714, Nuremburg: 1708 - A rare double-size folding plate of a pineapple from Volckamer's work on exotic citrus fruit, published from 1708 to 1714. Tab I is one of 4 double-size plates of pineapples, this pineapple depicted springing from its foliage, brown with striking red-tipped highlights. Copper engraving with later hand color, 12 1/2 x 18 1/4" with a small 1/4" margin on top margin, with the others larger. The print includes a hummingbird and 2 large bugs with a small tropical scene in the bottom margin. Delsenbach, fecit. Margin added lower left, slt. into the rule at the plate margin with a 1/2" tear expertly repaired. Volckamer's elegant prints of then- exotic citrus are pictured in a large scale, seeming to "float" in the skies above landscape scenes below. The locations are purported to be in Nuremberg and northern Italy, but some are strikingly tropical in aspect. Dunthorne # 323. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Some familiar letters between Mr. Locke, and several of his friends

      London: A. & J. Churchill, 1708.

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        Biblia, Das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrifft, Altes und Neues Testaments. Verteutscht von Doctor Martin Luther: Und auf gnädigste Verordnung... Von etlichen reinen Theologen dem eigentlichen Wort-Verstand nach erkläret... Dabey auch über die sonst gewöhnliche, jetzt aber von neuem mit Fleiß verbesserte Biblische Register, unter anderem zu finden... auch eine Beschreibung der Stadt Jerusalem, samt unterschiedlichen neuen Land-Tafeln, und andern schönen Kupffer-Figuren und derselben Beschreibung... Ist auch zu End, neben den Christlichen Haupt-Symbolis, mit beygedruckt worden, ein kurtzer und nützlicher Bericht, von der Augspurgischen Confession, samt den Artickeln... wie sie in dem rechten Original... begriffen sind.

      Nürnberg: Johann Andreä Endters Seel. Sohn und Erben 1708.. 2° Mit 1 gestochenen Titel, 1 Holzschnitt-Vignette, 11 gestochenen Kurfürstenporträts, 1 gestochenes Lutherporträt und 35 Kupfertafeln (davon 7 doppelblattgroß) von J. J. von Sandrart sowie zahlreichen Zierstücken, Vignetten und Initialen im Text. 56 ungez. Bll., 664, 904 S., 8 ungez. Bll. Dekorativer Schweinslederband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit reicher Rollen- und Plattenstempelprägung, goldfarbenen marmorierten Vorsatzpapieren, Messingbeschlägen und mit den fast immer fehlenden Original-Messingschließen. - Einband etwas nachgedunkelt, wenige Tafeln mit kleinen Randläsuren, zwei Kupfertafeln mit Einriss, zwei doppelblattgroße Kupferkarten angerändert, im Falz mit Einrissen sowie mit Eckabriß und etwas Bildverlust, vier Blatt angerändert und fingerfleckig, Besitzvermerke auf dem ersten weißen Blatt, das letzte weiße Blatt lose, insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar in einem zeitgenössischen Einband .. Schönes Exemplar der sogenannten Kurfürstenbibel mit allen 12 Porträtkupfern (Luther und die 11 Porträts der Kurfürsten von Sachsen). Die übrigen Kupfer mit Darstellungen wichtiger biblischer Personen, der Propheten, Evangelisten und der Apostel, zwei doppelblattgroßen Darstellungen (1 Ansicht, 1 Plan) Jerusalems, einer doppelblattgroßen Karte des "irdischen Paradieses", einer Beschreibung der Arche Noah, ein doppelblattgroßes Kupfer (Lager der Kinder Israel), einer doppelblattgroßen Karte der Reise der Kinder Israel aus Ägypten ins gelobte Land, einer doppelblattgroßen Karte Kanaans sowie ein doppelblattgroßes Kupfer von Carl Remshart mit der Darstellung der Augsburger Confession von 1530. - Mit den Original-Messingbeschlägen und Messing-Schließen.

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        Relazione del Paese de' Svizzeri, e loro alleati d'Arminio Annebuchi.

      presso Andrea Poletti,, in Venezia, 1708 - In-8° (175x118mm), pp. (18), 256, cartonatura coeva alla rustica con titolo manoscritto in antico al dorso. Fregio ornamentale inciso al frontespizio. Fregi tipografici incisi su legno. Qualche goretta sporadica. Ottima copia in barbe. Prima edizione di questa illustrazione storico-topografica dell'intero territorio elevetico, frutto delle missioni diplomatiche che vi aveva svolto il Bianchi (celato sotto lo pseudonimo "Arminio Dannebuchi"). "Tornato a Venezia per qualche tempo a riprendervi le sue mansioni di funzionario ripartì nel marzo del 1705 per una lunga e difficile missione in terra svizzera e nei Grigioni allo scopo di concludervi un'alleanza: dopo un primo passaggio per Coira, rimase a Zurigo fino alla fine di gennaio dell'anno seguente; tornato a Coira nel febbraio del 1706, vi rimase fino alla fine della sua missione, il 28 settembre 1707, data del suo ultimo dispaccio. Oltre alla sua corrispondenza diplomatica, rimangono documentati a stampa i risultati ottenuti dal Bianchi nella sua missione, conclusasi con un trattato d'alleanza tra Venezia e i cantoni di Zurigo e Berna del 12 genn. 1706 e un altro con i Grigioni del 17 dicembre dello stesso anno. Ma la testimonianza certo più importante e duratura dei lunghi mesi trascorsi dal Bianchi in terra svizzera si ebbe un anno più tardi in un suo intelligente libro, quella Relazione del paese de' Svizzeri, e loro alleati, che il residente veneto diede alle stampe a Venezia presso il Poletti nel 1708, firmandosi con lo pseudonimo di Arminio Dannebuchi. Nella sua premessa, rivolgendosi al lettore, il B. affermava d'aver scritto l'operetta per suo solo piacere, e d'averla poi data alle stampe per la "grande, e quasi totale penuria d'autori" sull'argomento. Ordinato e semplice nella sua scrittura, che rivela il mestiere dei diplomatico e dell'osservatore per professione, privo di entusiasmi e di originali curiosità, ma attento alle cose fondamentali e assai preciso nell'informazione, l'autore, dopo una descrizione geografica e un succinto quadro storico delle vicende di quelle terre, trattava per esteso della situazione politica dei vari cantoni. Una seconda edizione dell'opera uscì a Venezia nel 1719 riveduta e corretta dall'autore, una traduzione inglese, An account of Switzerland,and the Grisons: as also of the Valesians,Geneva. made English from the Italian original, a Londra presso Knapton nel 1710; una traduzione francese, testimoniata dal Giornale de' letterati di Venezia (XXXI [1718], p. 437), è rimasta per noi introvabile." (G. T. Torcellan in D.B.I., X, 1968). Melzi, I, p. 87. Hist. Lexicon der Schweiz, 1708. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        "Fables of Aesop and other eminent mythologists: with morals and reflections. By Sir Roger L'Estrange, Kt. The fifth edition, corrected."

      London: printed for R. Sare. A. and J. Churchil [et al.]. 1708. "8vo, pp. [12], 550, [2]; engraved portrait and title page; together with: Fables and storyes moralized, being a second part of the Fables of Aesop... Vol. II. The second edition, London: printed for Richard Sare, 1708; pp. [10], 266, [6] ads; together 2 volumes in a uniform binding of contemporary full calf, blindstamped panels on all covers, fleurons in the corners, handsome red morocco labels with gilt borders incorporating a dove on a laurel branch, sprinkled edges; near fine throughout. & & This was the most complete collection of fables in England that had yet been published. The first volume appeared as a folio in 1692, and was reprinted in that format in 1694, 699, and 1704; the present edition is the first edition in octavo. The second volume was originally published in 1699, also in folio; this second edition was its final printing. CBEL II, 1487."

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        Madame de Fouquet Sehr nützliches Artzney-Buch : welches auff alle inn- u. euserliche Zufälle, so wohl vor Manns- als Weibs-Personen die allerleichtesten und bewährtesten Medicamenta, meistentheils Hauß-Mittel in sich hält, damit in Ermangelung eines Medici ein jeder sich und seiner Gesundheit selbst rathen könne; mit vielen herrlichen Secretis, und einer bequemen Diaet, ... ; samt eeinem Tractat von der Milch-Cur - aus dem Französischen ind Teutsche übersetz.

      Dresden, Johann Jacob Wincklern, 1708.. 1.Auflage, 25 Bl., 749, [1] Seiten, [10] Bl. 8° , späterer Hardcover/Pappeinband des 19.Jh.. erneuerter Einband berieben und bestossen, Titel und letztes Blatt des Registers hinterklebt, fingerfleckig und teils mit kl.Wasserrand, Frontispiz und Widmungsblatt fehlt, fester Block, insgesamt dennoch ordentlicher Zustand.

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        LA SCIENCE UNIVERSELLE DE LA CHAIRE - DICTONNAIRE MORAL - TOMES PREMIER ET SECOND - ON TROUVERA PAR ORDRE ALPHABETIQUE, CE QUE PERES GRECS ET LATINS, LES INTERPRETES DE L'ECRITURE FAINTE, ET LES THEOLOGIENS.

      GUERIN LOUIS 1708 - R320006914: 635 + 656 pages - Plats frottés. In-12 Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Coins frottés. Dos abîmé. Mouillures Classification Dewey : 240-Théologie morale et spirituelle [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hallifax and its Gibbet - Law Placed in a True Light

      William Bently or Bentley, Hallifax 1708 - 170pp. Frontispiece wood engraving showing the Halifax Gibbet ( a guillotine like instrument). Written by Samuel Midgely whilst in Halifax Jail and published after his death by William Bentley. In three separate sections. Pages 1 - 100 'Halifax and its Gibbet Laws'. Pages 101 - 105 'Catalogue of Vicars'. Pages 109 - 170 'Revenge upon Revenge: or, an Historical Narrative of the Tragical Practices of Sir John Eland of Eland, High Sheriff of the County of York, &c'. Rebound with repairs and loss to frontis and dedication page and some small areas on 2 other pages. Previous owner's ink stamp to ffep. Foxing and soiling within. Some pages chipped on edges Leather cover with gilt title to spine [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pineapple, Tab II from "Nurnberische Hesperides"

      1708-1714, Nuremburg: 1708 - A rare double-size folding plate of a pineapple from Volckamer's work on exotic citrus fruit, published from 1708 to 1714. Tab II is one of 4 double-size plates of pineapples, the pineapple depicted in monumental proportions in the foreground of the sky, with a tarantula in the top right corner, with a Dutch-inspired harbor scene, springing from its foliage, brown with striking red-tipped highlights. Copper engraving with later hand color, 13 3/8 x 16 3/16" with a 1/2" or more margin. Jos. A Montalegre, fecit. Margin added lower left. Volckamer's elegant prints of then-exotic citrus are pictured in a large scale, seeming to "float" in the skies above landscape scenes below. The locations are purported to be in Nuremberg and northern Italy, but some are strikingly tropical in aspect. Dunthorne # 323. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Traite de la Lithotomie ou de l'Extraction de la Pierre hors de la Vessie, avec les Figures

      Paris: François H Muguet. Worn condition. Ex-lib. Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland. Boards detached. Some loss to spine. Page edges browning with occasional foxing. Content and plates in overall good condition. 1708. 5th Edition. Brown hardback leather cover. 170mm x 100mm (7" x 4"). [xvi], 352pp + plates. 18 b/w plates,. In French. .

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        The Conquest of Syria, Persia, and Aegypt, by the Saracens: containing the lives of Abubeker, Omar, and Othman, the immediate successors of Mahomet, giving an account of their most remarkable battles, sieges, &c. [.].

      London, for R. Knaplock, J. Sprint, R. Smith, and J. Round, 1708. - 8vo. XX, III-VIII, XI-XIV, (4), 391, (21) pp. Contemp panelled calf with giltstamped red label to gilt spine; leading edges gilt. Edges sprinkled in red. First edition of the author's most famous work. The orientalist Simon Ockley (1678-1720) was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge. He became fellow of Jesus College and vicar of Swavesey, and in 1711 was chosen Arabic professor of the university. His "'History of the Saracens' long enjoyed a great reputation; unfortunately Ockley took as his main authority a MS. in the Bodleian of Pseudo-Wakidi's 'Futúh al-Shám', which is rather historical romance than history. He also translated from the Arabic the Second Book of Esdras" (Enc. Brit.). A second volume appeared in 1718. - This copy includes 2 slightly different versions of the dedication to Henry Aldrich: the second, omitting his designation as 'One of Her Majesty's Chaplain in Ordinary', and containing other changes, is inserted in the preface. - Old ms. dates on t. p. Binding worn. Blackmer 1216. Gay 98. NYPL Arabia coll. 33. Diba Collection p. 209. OCLC 13745389. Cf. Macro, Bibliography of the Arabian Peninsula (later editions). Wilson 161 (ed. 1718). Brunet IV, 155 (3rd ed.). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Georgius Dionysius Ehret

      [Nuremberg], [n.d.]. Mezzotint, on laid paper. Cut to the edge of the image and laid down at an early date. Print size: 15 3/4 x 10 3/8 inches. Mount size: 20 1/2 x 14 inches. An important mezzotint portrait by Johann Jakob Haid, of one of the greatest 18th botanical artists, after an original portrait by Heckell. Johann Jakob Haid came from a German family of artists and printmakers. Haid worked initially with the animal painter Johann Elias Ridinger, but he soon went on to found a well-known publishing house in Augsburg. This portrait is from a series which pictured those most closely involved in the publication of Trew's Plantae Selectae , and was originally bound into that great botanical work. Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-70) was the son of a Heidelberg gardener, whose predilection for and talent for drawing flowers allowed him to escape from garden labor to a wide circle of aristocratic acquaintance in Germany, Paris and England, where he settled in 1736. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1757.

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        Neüe und Accurate Special Carte von dem stück des Rheins zwischen Stollhofen und Philipsburg, worin eigentlich gezeichnet werden. 1. der rechte Abriss der Landschafft wie ein orth gegen den anderen gelegen, 2. alle Rhein Insuln, so weit sich dieses Terrain erstrecket, 3. die Linien und Tranchementer, so diesen Krieg gemacht worden, nebst redouten, 4. die vornembsten weg und strassen, 5. die höhen und niedrungen oder die situation, 6. alle wässer und Bächle nebst deren brücken, 7. die Wald und feldungen, gebürg und dergleichen unterschiedliche andre remarques mehr, dergleichen in keiner Carten sonst zu finden. A: 1708.,

      1708 - Sehr reizvolle. altkolorierte Karte; die die Geographie vor der Gründung der Stadt Karlsruhe und vor der Begradigung des Rheins zeigt. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 550 32,5 x 58 cm, unter Passepartout

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        SOME FAMILIAR LETTERS BETWEEN MR. LOCKE, AND SEVERAL OF HIS FRIENDS

      1708 - LOCKE, John. SOME FAMILIAR LETTERS BETWEEN MR. LOCKE, AND SEVERAL OF HIS FRIENDS. London: Printed for A. and J. Churchill, 1708. First edition. Octavo. [4],540 pp. Skillfully rebacked contemporary calf, gilt-stamped spine label, all edges stained red. One leaf (p. 209-210) has loss in fore-margin, not affecting text. Clean text and near-fine overall.

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        Campanula. Ink and watercolor drawing with autograph manuscript caption.

      - Haller, Albrecht (1708-77). Campanula. Ink and watercolor drawing with autograph manuscript caption. N.p., n.d. 312 x 202 mm. Small pin-holes in left margin and lower right corner, a few tiny marginal tears, remains of mounting tabs on verso. Inscription in French on the verso in an unidentified hand identifying the drawing as by Haller. An original botanical drawing by the great Swiss scientist Haller, who made fundamental contributions to botany as well as to anatomy and physiology. In an effort to create "a complete, encyclopedic science of Swiss flora" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography), Haller published a major treatise on the subject, Historia stirpium indigenarum Helvetiae inchoate (1768), and amassed an herbarium of Swiss plants that is still used today. He corresponded with Linnaeus on the problem of nomenclature, seeking an alternative to Linnaus's binary nomenclature and sexual system of classification.Haller's drawing is of a species of campanula (bellflower). His caption, written in Latin, reads: "CAMPANULA foliis cordato-lanceolatis, caule simplicissimo, foliis cordatis floribus secundis sparsis maxima foliis latissimis. CB.(?)" The words "foliis cordatis" have been crossed out and corrected in another hand to "C. latifolia." The unidentified French inscription on the verso reads: "Cette plante est dessiné et colorié par le grande Haller, ainsi que l'écriture est de sa main, verifiée par Mr. le Dr. Coindet qui a plusieurs autographes de Mr. Haller" [This plant was drawn and colored by the great Haller, and the writing is in his hand, verified by Dr. Coindet who has several autographs of Haller]. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        The priviledges of the Lord Mayor and aldermen of the City. The advantages of the freemen thereof. A Method for Freemen to make their Wills. If die without a Will, how their Estates must be divided. The Usage of the Mayor's Court, the Orphans Court, and all the other Courts. The Chamberlain's Clerk his Fees. The Coroner's Duty and Fees. How to make Distress for Rent. With several acts of Parliament, acts of Common Council, and other Matters never before Published. Also the ministers tythes of every parish in London, and how to recover the same.

      London, printed for Charles Harper, at the Flower-de-Luce over against St. Dunstan¿s Church in Fleetstreet; and Richard Mount, in Postern-Row on Tower-Hill. 1708., London - Description: 8vo (7¾ × 4¾ in): t-p., [14], 215 p. Early sheep. · Register: 8º: A-O^8 P^4 (K3, L3 signed 'K4', 'L4', respectively). · Condition: Boards scraped, worn at edges, joints cracked, starting to pull away from boards, yet sound. Internally very good, with small blind stamp to leaves B5-B6. · Comments: First edition. A second issued in 1722. Includes a detailed description of the practice and proceedings of the various courts special to the city of London. · References: S&M 1:439(52); ESTC T117148. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DICTIONARIUM UNIVERSALE LATINO-GALLICUM, EX OMNIBUS LATINITATIS AUCTORIBUS SUMMA DILIGENTIA COLLECTUM; COM VARIIS MULTARUM, QUOE VULGÓ SYNONYMAE VIDENTUR, LATINARUM VOCUM DIFFERENTIIS AD USUM SERMI DOMBARUM PRINCIPIS

      Joannis Boudt & Joannem Boudot, Parisiis 1708 - French Language; Dictionary; Reference; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; (6), 443, 542 pages; DICTIONARIUM UNIVERSALE LATINO-GALLICUM, EX OMNIBUS LATINITATIS AUCTORIBUS SUMMA DILIGENTIA COLLECTUM; COM VARIIS MULTARUM, QUOE VULGÓ SYNONYMAE VIDENTUR, LATINARUM VOCUM DIFFERENTIIS AD USUM SERMI DOMBARUM PRINCIPIS. 3/4 leather over marbled boards. From the library of Henry Sturat of Dorcester and the library of T F Bayard one of America's founding families. Apparently earlier names also on title page daed 1764. Second edition of the original 1704 publication. A very early printing of the very popular Latin/French dictionary. Title page in red and black. Moderate toning, solid binding with rubbing to extremities. Spine with 5 raised bands. No first or second editions found. Scarce. ; 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Campanula. Ink and watercolor drawing with autograph manuscript caption

      <p>Haller, Albrecht (1708-77). Campanula. Ink and watercolor drawing with autograph manuscript caption. N.p., n.d. 312 x 202 mm. Small pin-holes in left margin and lower right corner, a few tiny marginal tears, remains of mounting tabs on verso. Inscription in French on the verso in an unidentified hand identifying the drawing as by Haller.</p> <p>An original botanical drawing by the great Swiss scientist Haller, who made fundamental contributions to botany as well as to anatomy and physiology. In an effort to create "a complete, encyclopedic science of Swiss flora" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography), Haller published a major treatise on the subject, Historia stirpium indigenarum Helvetiae inchoate (1768), and amassed an herbarium of Swiss plants that is still used today. He corresponded with Linnaeus on the problem of nomenclature, seeking an alternative to Linnaus&#39;s binary nomenclature and sexual system of classification.</p><p>Haller&#39;s drawing is of a species of campanula (bellflower). His caption, written in Latin, reads: "CAMPANULA foliis cordato-lanceolatis, caule simplicissimo, foliis cordatis floribus secundis sparsis maxima foliis latissimis. CB.(?)" The words "foliis cordatis" have been crossed out and corrected in another hand to "C. latifolia." The unidentified French inscription on the verso reads: "Cette plante est dessiné et colorié par le grande Haller, ainsi que l&#39;écriture est de sa main, verifiée par Mr. le Dr. Coindet qui a plusieurs autographes de Mr. Haller" [This plant was drawn and colored by the great Haller, and the writing is in his hand, verified by Dr. Coindet who has several autographs of Haller]. </p>

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        Breviarium Chronologicum

      Lpz., Fritsch 1708.. Ed. sexta. 8 Bll., 879, (16) S. (Index) Pgmt. d. Zt. m. hs. Rückentitel. Einb. etw. staublf., sonst tadellos. . Beigeb.: SCHRADER, Christoph. Tabulae Chronologicae a prima Rerum Origine ad Natum Christum, et inde ad nostra tempora olim a Gebh. Theodoro Meiero, nec non Caspare Cörbero. Helmstadt, Hermann Daniel Hamm 1719. 80 S., 14 w. Bll. - Vorl. tabulare Chronologie reicht von Anni Mindi 100.000 (Mundi et Adami) bis 1717. - Aegidius Strauch (1632-1682), lutherischer Theologe, studierte als erstes Geschichte, Mathematik und orientalische Sprachen, bevor er sich der Theologie widmete. Strauch entwickelte sich zu einem strengen Kritiker der Calvinisten, Synkretisten und Papisten; nach seinem Umzug nach Danzig 1669 als Pastor an der Trinitatiskirche und Rector des Athenäums, wurden seine Druckschriften diesbezüglich immer polemischer. Die lokale Geistlichkeit sah sich gezwungen, Strauch zu entlassen, nach dem er folgendes Prädikat zum Tod des Königs von Polen formulierte: "den außerhalb der wahren Kirche Seienden, von deren Bekehrung man nichts wisse, dürfe man diesen Titel nicht geben." Strauß wurde gefangengehalten bis 1678, wo er wegen der Zerwürfnisse mit der Danziger Geistlichkeit einen "Friedens"-Vertrag unterschreiben mußte. (vgl. ADB XXXVI, 525ff.)

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        Panoramaans., "Filisburgo".

      . Kupferstich v. Coronelli, 1708, 7,7 x 38. Nicht bei Fauser und Schefold. Seltene Ansicht. Im Himmel drei kleine Wurmspuren

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        Gloria De Tarazona, Merecida En Los Siglos Passados, De La Antigua Naturaleza De Sus Hazañas. Aumentada En La Edad Presente, De La Nueva Gracia, Valor y Fidelidad De Sus Naturales. Escrita Por Un Hijo De La Patria. Sácala a La Luz, y Consagra al Rey .(*

      Imprenta Real, Por Joseph Rodríguez De Escobar, Madrid 1708 - (*).Nuestro Señor Felipe V El Animoso, la Fidelíssima, y Vencedora Ciudad de Tarazona. Portada (levemente restaurada)- 14 h. - 1 lámina con un gran escudo heráldico de Tarazona - 381pp. - reverso y 1 h. Muy buen ejemplar a gran papel, solo presenta una mancha en el margen blanco de los 8 primeros folios. Perfecta encuadernación del siglo XX en muy buena piel, adornada con hierros en seco. Lomera con nervios y florones al oro. Palau dice:"Según Latassa (Félix de Latassa y Ortín (Zaragoza, 1733 - 1805) fue el mayor de los bibliógrafos de las letras aragonesas) el autor es el padre jesuita Pascual Ranzón." =Cuenta la leyenda que Tarazona fue fundada por Tubal Caín, y reedificada por Hércules. Así reza en el escudo de la ciudad: «TubalCain me aedificavit. Hércules me reaedificavit». En la Hispania romana Tarazona recibió el nombre de Turiaso, siendo una próspera ciudad de derecho romano llegando a acuñar moneda propia. Fue una de las fortalezas visigodas más importantes frente a los vascones. Tras la toma de La Aljafería de Zaragoza en 1118, las tropas cristianas vencieron en las proximidades de Tarazona al ejército musulmán que acudía en ayuda de Zaragoza. Reconquistada Tarazona en 1119 por Alfonso I de Aragón, la ciudad se convirtió en sede episcopal. A la muerte de este monarca, Alfonso VII de Castilla ocupó Tarazona&#151;aunque poco después retornó a manos aragonesas. Tarazona quedó emplazada como ciudad fronteriza entre Castilla, Navarra y Aragón, cobrando especial importancia estratégica. En la Guerra de Sucesión, Tarazona se puso bajo la bandera del que sería el futuro monarca, Felipe V, quien en 1707 recompensó la fidelidad de la ciudad con una serie de privilegios. Size: 4º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Aquaculture industry standards (set 2)(Chinese Edition) ZUI XIN ZHONG GUO SHUI CHAN HANG YE BIAO ZHUN ( TAO ZHUANG GONG 2 CE )

      China Agriculture Press. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date: 2011 Pages: 1708 in Publisher: China Agriculture Press Latest aquatic industry standard (two). a collection of 209 the 2004-2009 agricultural industry standard. Contents: Imprint SCT00032006 aquatic enterprises HACCP management system certification Guide SCT0004-2006 shrimp farming SCT0005-2007 quality and safety management technology regulation SCT1004-2004 eel with the feed SCT1009-rice-fish culture technology regulation SCT1010-2008 soft-shelled turtle aquaculture qual... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        A Catalogue of Friends Books; Written by Many of the People, Called Quakers, from the Beginning or First Appearance of the said People.

      London: Printed and Sold by J. Sowle 1708 - First edition, ii,238pp., cont. calf, rebacked, rubbed. The first Quaker bibliography. "Hereby may be seen, not only what Books have been Printed of the Sufferings which many of the said People underwent, but also the many Warnings to the Governments and Rulers, &c. Concerned." â&#128;" Advertisement of verso of title. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Works of Mr. Thomas Brown, In Prose and Verse. Serious, Moral, & Comical. In Three Volumes. The Second Edition. To which is prefix'd, A Character of Mr. Tho. Brown and his Writings, and his Epitaph, by James Drake.

      S. Briscoe, London 1708 - Three volumes. London: S. Briscoe for B. Bragg, vol.I, The Second Edition 1708; vol.II, The Second Edition Corrected, 1708; vol.III, The Second edition, 1709. [xx],1-20,23-150,[2],147-272,128pp.; [xvi],160,[viii],96,465-592pp.; [viii],151,[1],144,160pp. Engraved frontispiece to each volume. Early inked ownership names of Jonathan Conduit (to head of titles) and Charles Bransby (to head of front pastedown, vol.I). Nineteenth Century armorial bookplate of Francis White Popham to front pastedowns. Touch of very slight worming to part of upper inner margin of volume III once or twice affects running title (only). A very good set in contemporary blind-tooled calf, lately handsomely professionally rebacked in period style, contrasting labels (reading Tom Brown's Works), raised bands, gilt decoration. (**PLEASE READ CAREFULLY** - This is a heavy/overweight book, therefore additional postage will be charged - PLEASE CONTACT US for a prior shipping quote and for further information). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of the Jews, from Jesus Christ to the Present Time : Containing Their Antiquities, Their Religion, Their Rites, the Dispersion of the Ten Tribes in the East . ...and the Persecutions This Nation Has Suffer&#39;d in the West. Being a Supplement and Continuation of the History of Josephus / Written in French by Mr Basnage ; Translated Into English by Tho. Taylor. [ Histoire Des Juifs. English ]

      London : Printed For J. Beaver And B. Lintot In Fleet Street, R. Knaplock In St. Paul&#39;s Church-Yard, J. Sprint In Little Brittain, A. Bell, R. Smith, And J. Round In Cornhill, 1708. 1st Edition. LACKS the frontis. Physical desc. : x, [4], 759 [i. E.775], [1] p. ; 2o. Subject: Josephus, Flavius. - Peri tou Houdaikou polemou. Jews - History. Judaism. Referenced by: ESTC t090837. Very good copy in the original, full, blind-tooled aniline calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with the original label retained; very impressively finished. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        Typus Selenographicus Lunaephases et Sectus Varios ad Umbrans

      Amsterdam: Schenk and Valk 1708 - Andreas Cellarius (1656-1702); Hand-colored copperplate engraving from Atlas Coelestis seu Harmonia Macrocosmica; Amsterdam: Schenk and Valk, 1708l 32&#148; x 36 1/2&#148; framed. In addition to their lavish aesthetic appeal, the celestial charts of Andreas Cellarius comprise the most sweeping, ambitious project in the history of celestial cartography, one which also illustrates the historical tensions of the time. Cellarius&#146; maps present the evolution of the field of astronomy from ancient times until his own. In his distinctive visual language, Cellarius portrayed the often-conflicting theories that prevailed. In addition to the relatively obscure notions of Tycho Brahe and Schiller, Cellarius&#146;s charts track the theories of Ptolemy, dating from the 2nd century AD, and Copernicus&#146;s 16th-century challenge to the venerable ancient astronomer. Cellarius&#146; project was not devoid of political motivation. Up to his time of artistic activity, the Netherlands had been the unquestioned center of scientific discovery, and Dutch mapmakers had reigned supreme above all others. In the early 18th century, Louis XV of France sought to bring his country to the forefront of science, and by association, to imply political dominance. His efforts led to great competition between France and the Netherlands, and Cellarius&#146; sweeping project was an attempt to thwart French attempts completely. In some cases, Cellarius incorporated French elements into his maps, like acanthus leaves which can be seen often on French furniture of the period. In this way, he attempted to use French visual elements more skillfully than they themselves could. During the 17th and 18th centuries, Dutch cartographers reigned supreme in their field. Cellarius&#146; work remains a landmark of the Golden Age of Exploration, combining great artistic beauty with scientific documentation. The vibrant hues, spanning the color spectrum, give amazing animation to the images, and the skies appear to come alive with bright figures.

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        Hemispheria Spherarum Rectae Obliquatris

      Schenk and Valk, Amsterdam 1708 - Andreas Cellarius (1656-1702) From Atlas Coelestis seu Harmonia Macrocosmica Amsterdam: Schenk and Valk, 1708 Hand-colored copperplate engraving 32&#148; x 36 1/2&#148; framed Condition: discoloration along center crease In addition to their lavish aesthetic appeal, the celestial charts of Andreas Cellarius comprise the most sweeping, ambitious project in the history of celestial cartography, one which also illustrates the historical tensions of the time. Cellarius&#146; maps present the evolution of the field of astronomy from ancient times until his own. In his distinctive visual language, Cellarius portrayed the often-conflicting theories that prevailed. In addition to the relatively obscure notions of Tycho Brahe and Schiller, Cellarius&#146;s charts track the theories of Ptolemy, dating from the 2nd century AD, and Copernicus&#146;s 16th-century challenge to the venerable ancient astronomer. Cellarius&#146; project was not devoid of political motivation. Up to his time of artistic activity, the Netherlands had been the unquestioned center of scientific discovery, and Dutch mapmakers had reigned supreme above all others. In the early 18th century, Louis XV of France sought to bring his country to the forefront of science, and by association, to imply political dominance. His efforts led to great competition between France and the Netherlands, and Cellarius&#146; sweeping project was an attempt to thwart French attempts completely. In some cases, Cellarius incorporated French elements into his maps, like acanthus leaves which can be seen often on French furniture of the period. In this way, he attempted to use French visual elements more skillfully than they themselves could. During the 17th and 18th centuries, Dutch cartographers reigned supreme in their field. Cellarius&#146; work remains a landmark of the Golden Age of Exploration, combining great artistic beauty with scientific documentation. The vibrant hues, spanning the color spectrum, give amazing animation to the images, and the skies appear to come alive with bright figures.

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        Hemispherium Stellatum Australe Equali Spherarum Proportione

      Amsterdam, Schenk and Valk 1708 - Andreas Cellarius (1656-1702) From Atlas Coelestis seu Harmonia Macrocosmica Amsterdam: Schenk and Valk, 1708 Hand-colored copperplate engravings 32&#148; x 36 1/2&#148; framed Framed in beautiful 24 carat gold leaf frames with hand-detailing to museum specifications (UV plexiglasss). In addition to their lavish aesthetic appeal, the celestial charts of Andreas Cellarius comprise the most sweeping, ambitious project in the history of celestial cartography, one which also illustrates the historical tensions of the time. Cellarius&#146; maps present the evolution of the field of astronomy from ancient times until his own. In his distinctive visual language, Cellarius portrayed the often-conflicting theories that prevailed. In addition to the relatively obscure notions of Tycho Brahe and Schiller, Cellarius&#146;s charts track the theories of Ptolemy, dating from the 2nd century AD, and Copernicus&#146;s 16th-century challenge to the venerable ancient astronomer. Cellarius&#146; project was not devoid of political motivation. Up to his time of artistic activity, the Netherlands had been the unquestioned center of scientific discovery, and Dutch mapmakers had reigned supreme above all others. In the early 18th century, Louis XV of France sought to bring his country to the forefront of science, and by association, to imply political dominance. His efforts led to great competition between France and the Netherlands, and Cellarius&#146; sweeping project was an attempt to thwart French attempts completely. In some cases, Cellarius incorporated French elements into his maps, like acanthus leaves which can be seen often on French furniture of the period. In this way, he attempted to use French visual elements more skillfully than they themselves could. During the 17th and 18th centuries, Dutch cartographers reigned supreme in their field. Cellarius&#146; work remains a landmark of the Golden Age of Exploration, combining great artistic beauty with scientific documentation. The vibrant hues, spanning the color spectrum, give amazing animation to the images, and the skies appear to come alive with bright figures.

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        The Southern Celestial Hemisphere of Classical Antiquity] Hæmisphærium Stellatum Australe Antiquum

      G.Valck & P.Schenk, [Amsterdam 1708 - One of the finest and most highly decorative celestial charts ever produced, from the Valk & Schenck edition of Cellarius This artistically virtuous composition represents a view of the sky of the Southern Hemisphere as considered by Ancient Greek custom, forming part of the Harmonia Macrocosmica seu Atlas Universalis et Novus (Harmonious Universe or New and Universal Atlas) by Andreas Cellarius, the finest celestial atlas ever produced. According to Classical astronomy, championed by Aristotle and Ptolemy, the stars were mounted on a huge, transparent, crystal sphere part of a divine system in which all of the stars and planets rotated around the Earth. In this chart, the figures of the zodiac form a circle within which are the constellations of the Southern sky, including Orion, Hydra, and the Southern Cross, all represented by lively Baroque figures. The present image by Cellarius was created during the great era of Dutch map-making, a period that saw the perfection of the art of representing scientific ideas in graphic form by means of engraving. It was first printed by Janssonius in 1660, and reprinted in 1661. In 1708, Gerard Valck and Petrus Schenk, made their own edition, adding their names to the plates. Andreas Cellarius was born in about 1596 in Neuhausen, a small town near Worms in the Rhine-Hesse region of Germany. From 1625 to 1637 Cellarius worked as a schoolmaster in Amsterdam and The Hague, and in 1637 moved to Hoorn, where he was appointed as headmaster or rector of the Latin School. He published a number of works during his lifetime, but the last and greatest was the Atlas Coelestis seu Harmonia Macrocosmica . Cellarius resigned from his post as headmaster in early 1665 and died in Hoorn in November of the same year. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Cel. 3. Copper-engraved celestial map, with full original colour. Excellent condition.

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        NOBILIARCHIA PORTUGUEZA. Tratado da Nobreza hereditaria & politica.

      Felippe de Souza Villela, Lisboa 1708 - 8º, anteport. (sello ant. poseedor), port, 4h, 349p (pags. 207-211 con merma esq. sup, afecta texto en 207 y ligeramente en 209), 5h, hojas tostadas. Plena piel con nervios, rozada, ex-libris color ant. poseedor. - Segunda edición de esta importante obra de Heráldica y Genealogía portuguesa (la primera es de 1676). 1708

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        Tractatus synopticus de retractu consanguinatis, nova et accurata methodo per conclusiones, declarationes, ampliationes . Editio secunda priori correctior. Gießen, H. Velstein 1662. Kl. 4°. 15 Bll., 420 S., 29 Bll. mit gest. Titel.- Angeb.: Ders., Responsum juris in ardua et gravi quadam causa, concernente processum quendam, contra sagam, nulliter institutum et inde exortam diffamationem . Gießen, H. Velstein 1662. 9 Bll., 138 S. Prgt. d. Zt.

      - I) VD17 1:015722Y - HRG IV, 840 ff. - Stintzing-L. II, 209 - Crowe 467 - vgl. Hayn-G. III, 233 (Ausg. 1708).- Dritte Ausgabe des seltenen Werks.- Theodor (d. i. Dietrich) Reinkingk (1590 - 1664) war seit 1617 Prof. in Gießen. Sein Tractatus synopticus ist eine aus der Praxis entstandene Abhandlung über die Erblosung. Sie ist von größter Seltenheit und wird schon von Stintzing-L. (II, 209) für verschollen gehalten. - II) Stintzing-L. II, 210 - Graesse, Bibl. Magica 34 - Crowe 467.- Dritte Ausgabe der seltenen Schrift mit Bezug auf einen Hexenprozess.- Das Responsum juris ist ein erstmals 1621 anonym erschienenes Gutachten um die Injurienklage einer vornehmen Familie gegen ein Domkapitel, "welches in einem Urtheile gegen eine Hexe auf Grund von deren Aussagen zwei vornehme Frauen der Theilnahme an Zusammenkünften der Hexen beschuldigt und dies Urtheil nachträglich in einer Apologie öffentlich verteidigt hatte. An der Realität des Hexenwesens zweifelt Reinkingk zwar ebenso wenig wie seine Zeitgenossen. Aber er macht geltend, daß die Aussagen der Beschuldiger über die Zusammenkünfte meistens auf Täuschungen und Lügen beruhen (.), den Angaben der Hexen nicht leichtfertig Glauben geschenkt werden dürfe, und kommt zu dem Resultat, daß im vorliegenden Falle die Klage wohl begründet sei" (Stinzing-L.). - Vorsatz und Titel mit kl. Namenstempel, Vorsatz und 1 Bl. mit hinterlegtem Ausriss, tls. kl. Wurmgang, leicht gebräunt und gering randfleckig, 2 Bll. mit wenigen Unterstreichungen in alter Tinte, Ebd. etw. fleckig, Rücken tls. erneuert.

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        Old World hemispheric map with climatic zones): Hemisphaerium Orbis Antiqui, Cumzonis, Circulis, Et Situ Populorum Diverso.

      Schenk and Valk, Amsterdam 1708 - Very good, minimal foxing, early color copperplate from this 1708 (original version published in 1660 by Jansson) Schenk/Valk issue of (Andreas Cellarius') "Harmonia Macrocosmica Seu Atlas Universalis Et Novus." The striking image measures 41 x 51 cm on a sheet 50 x 59 cm. Numerous cherubim surrond the eastern hemispheric view, which is also divided into frigid, termperate, tropical and torrid zones. There are separate armillary and habitat zonal spheres in the lower corners. Ref: Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Cel.3. There are bilateral, faint water-stains in the pink circular band surrounding the map image.

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        Helleborus

      - This subtly splendid watercolor is by Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770), arguably the finest flower painter of the eighteenth-century Europe. This piece, in fine condition with watercolor over traces of pencil, heightened with touches of bodycolor and gum Arabic on vellum, measures 18.25" x 15", framed. The lower portion of the vellum is inscribed in pen and brown ink, lover center: Helleborus Scapo Sub-unifloro Sub-nudo folus oedatis.Lin./True Black Helebore or Christmas Rose. Ehret's work stands as a preeminent accomplishment of European botanical art, and the reasons for this acclaim are immediately evident in the virtuoso draftsmanship and fine, nuanced coloring of this work. Born in Heidelburg to a market gardener, Ehret began his working life as a gardener's apprentice, eventually becoming a chief gardener for the Elector of Heidelburg and the Margrave of Baden, whose prize tulips and hyacinths he painted. Ehret soon moved on to a number of cities across Europe, collecting eminent friends and important patrons as he traveled. Ehret&#146;s list of benefactors included the most brilliant and celebrated natural history enthusiasts of his day, among whom was Dr. Christopher Trew, a wealthy Nuremberg physician who became his lifelong patron, friend and collaborator. From 1750 until Ehret&#146;s death in 1770, he and Trew collaborated on the publication of the important illustrated volumes Plantae Selectae and Hortus Nitidissimus, both of which added to the rising acclaim for the artist's considerable talents as a botanical painter. Also among Ehret's admirers were the Parisian naturalist Bernard de Jussieu and the great Swedish naturalist Linnaeus, and Ehret's illustrations are some of the first works to reflect the Linnaean system of classification. Ehret was one of the first artists to focus on exotic species from across the Atlantic, and his draftsmanship was so fine that his friend and colleague, the great artist/naturalist Mark Catesby, used at least three of the German painter&#146;s botanical illustrations for his seminal Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands. For the engraving of the Canada Lily, Catesby copied an earlier watercolor by Ehret of the Martagon, nearly identical to the example in this set. Today, Ehret&#146;s images are widely considered the most desirable to emerge from that monumental publication, and he collaborated with Catesby in other ways, too, in the compilation of the Natural History, offering advice or adding significant elements to Catesby&#146;s initial compositions. Catesby was influenced greatly by Ehret&#146;s accomplished style, especially in the representation of three dimensionality, but the older artist was never able to attain the same high level of meticulous realism and vitality. Ehret, in turn, drew on a number of Catesby&#146;s discoveries and observations in his own work. Unlike Catesby, Ehret was never able to travel to America, but became fascinated with examples of New World flora that he saw in English natural history collections, such as that of Peter Collinson, a friend and patron of both artists. Painted just at the time of the publication of Catesby&#146;s Natural History, these five watercolors are spectacular early representations of American flora. In England, where he eventually settled, Ehret became the only foreigner to be elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. Though Ehret's work is best known through printed illustrations done in collaboration with Trew, even his impressive engravings cannot compare with the vibrancy, color, and detail of the original paintings. Only in his remarkably sensuous and accurate watercolors is the full extent of his mastery and sensitivity clear. Ehret's delicate modulations of tone and shadow bring a vitality to these exquisite original watercolors, belying their ostensibly documentary purpose. His distinctive style transcends scientific illustration, achieving a level of beauty that has rarely been equaled in the history of botanical art.

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        Leben seiner Majestaet Caroli III. Koenigs in Spanien und der Indien.vollkommene Historie dieses Successionsstreites.Zusammengestellt, von Johann Friedrich Braun.

      Gross., Liepzig. 1708 - 2 voll. , in 16°, m. pelle, cc. nn. 7 + pp. 974 + cc. nn. 16 + pp. 974 + cc.nn. 16 + pp. 552 + cc. nn. 24 + 8 inc. nn. f. t. , più volte ripiegate (1° vol.) + cc. nn. 4 + pp. 774 + 967 + 9 inc. nn. f. t. , più volte ripiegate (2° vol.) Antip.con ritratto di Carlo III. Lettere ai d. in oro. Mende ai piatti ed ai d. Fioriture. Lievi mende ai front. Alcune pp. leggermente brunite. Stampa a carattere gotico. Di particolare pregio le inc. che raffigurano: battaglie navali e terresti, piani di battaglie , piante di città. Raro.

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