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        Des hochberühmten Jüdischen Geschicht-Schreibers Flavii Josephi, Historien und Bücher Als: Zwanzig von alten Jüdischen Geschichten. Sieben vom Jüdischen Krieg, der Stadt Jerusalem und des gantzen Landes Zerstörung.

      Verlegt von Joh. David Zunners seel. Erben / und Joh. Adam Jung, Franckfurt am Mayn 1711. Pergament Sehr gut. Noch Titel: "Zwey von der Juden altem Herkommen wider Apionem Grammaticum. Eins von Meisterschafft der Vernunfft und der Maccabeer Marter, auch von Josephi Leben. Alles aus dem Griechischen Exemplar samt aller Bücher und Capitel Summarischen Innhalt / mit höchstem Fleiß von neuem verteutscht und zugerichtet / darzu mit Biblischen Concordantzen Jahr-Rechnung und ordentlichen Registern vermehret." Solider, auf Holz gespannter Pergamentbezug, fleckig, aber sehr ordentlich, Kapital/Kapitalband unverletzt, Titelblatt S/W gedruckt, hübsche Textvignetten, zweispaltig gedruckt, Papier holzig, jedoch sehr isolierte Stockflecken, klare Typographie, Vorrede von Conrad Lautenbach, drei Teile in einem Band, 1. Teil: 488 Seiten, 2. Teil: 284 Seiten, 3. Teil: 168 Seiten. Mit drei Registern "Das erste Register über die zwanzig Bücher Josephi von Alten Geschichten" (27 Seiten) +"Das zweyte Register über die sieben Bücher von den jüdischen Kriegen und endlichen Zerstörung Jerusalem etc." (12 Seiten) + "Das dritte Register oder Verzeichnis der fürnehmsten Historien so von Egesippo in seinen fünff Büchern beschrieben" (7 Seiten). Frankfurter Ausgabe der "Jüdischen Altertumskunde" und des "Jüdischen Krieges" des antiken Historikers Flavius Josephus (37 bis um 95 n. Chr) in der Übersetzung Konrad Lautenbachs aus dem 16. Jahrhundert, insgesamt sehr guter Zustand. 21,5 x 34 Cm. 2,6 Kg.

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        The Dutch Gardener: or, the compleat florist. Containing the most successful method of cultivating all sorts of Flowers, the Planting, Dressing, and Pruning of all manner of Fruit-Trees. Together with a particular account of the nursing of Lemon and Orange Trees in Northern climats. Written in Dutch, translated into English. The second edition, with great amendments.

      1711. London, D. Midwinter, 1711. 8vo (196 x 118mm). pp. (6), 249, (1), 11, (1), with a fine allegorical frontispiece showing Flora and 2 engraved plates. Contemporary speckled calf, old rebacking with red gilt lettered label, sides with gilt border. Second English edition of which the first Dutch edition appeared 1700. A popular treatise on horticulture. It covers not only the florist's flowers popular at the time, but also has a large section devoted to the vegetable garden. Van Oosten was a nurseryman at Leiden. The Dutch gardener not only gives details concerning the growing of flowers and bulbous roots, for which the Dutch have long been famous, but also includes another branch of gardening in which they have shown excellence, namely the cultivation of fruit trees."Many pages in van Oosten's book are devoted to the tulip, which he says, 'is justly called the Queen of flowers, and the chief jewel of Flora'" (Henrey p. 394). "Although his book shows clear evidence of personal experience in grafting and sowing, the part on orange and lemon trees is translated from J. de la Quintinye's 'Traite de la culture des orangers' (The Anglo-Dutch garden n. 158, p. 303). Hernrey 1198..

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        Reineke de Vos mit dem Koker

      Wolfenbüttel, van Frytag, 1711,. 1.Auflage, Leder der Zeit, 380 S.. 1 ganzst.Titelkupfer, 2 Textholzschnitte, Vignetten, unt./ob.Rücken aufgeplatzt und beschädigt, der Einband berieben und die Ecken bestoßen, von innen einwandfrei

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        Giuvenale, e Persio spiegati con la dovuta modestia in versi volgari. Ed illustrati con varie annotazioni dal Conte Commillo Silvestrio da Rovigo.

      Padua, nella Stamperia del Seminario, 1711.. 910, (2) SS. Mit 5 gest. Tafeln und zahlreichen Textholzschnitten. Italienischer Interimspappband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. Gr.-4to.. Erste Ausgabe dieser Rezension mit lateinischem Paralleltext und umfangreichem Kommentar. "Die Übersetzung wie die Erläuterung sind geschätzt" (Schweiger). Die schönen Tafeln zu S. 89, 206, 357, 695 und 697 zeigen antike Grabreliefs, darunter mehrere Pferdedarstellungen. Unbeschnittenes, breitrandiges Exemplar. - Schweiger II, 519.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Letter signed.

      "Elbing", 6. XI. 1711.. 4to. 2 pp.. In the present letter to Field Marshal Count Sheremetev, Peter I shows the extent to which he involved himself in military affairs, giving both tactical and strategic orders. One order is for a small unit action and the other for the garrisoning of larger bodies; both were to be tied to international events to provide "disinformation" to the enemy. This demonstrates how Peter the Great was able to think both tactically and strategically at the same time. Peter I orders Sheremetev to move the Cossack troops to the opposite bank of the Dnieper and to destroy their dwellings. He instructs that seized troops are to be garrisoned at the fortress, but in order to misinform the Turks, rumors should be circulated that it is Menshikov's hired men who are settled there. The Polish senators should be told that the troops are garrisoned at the fortress provisionally until the King of Sweden is at Turkey. The Field Marshal is also asked not to stay in Poland too long. As to his request to be sent troops stationed at Riga for the winter, Peter advises that this will be impossible. - At the time this letter was written, Russia was at war with two countries - Sweden, since 1700, over Baltic territories, and Turkey, since 1710. Peter I directed most of the wars himself and also took part in some of the campaigns. Russia was victorious over the Turks in 1713, and over Sweden in 1721. - Numerals in red ink at foot of second page; browning, margin reinforced, some spotting. - Letters signed by Peter the Great are extremely rare.

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        Physica, Oder Natur-Wissenschafft.

      Zürich, Heinrich Bodmer, 1711.. Zweyte Verbesserte und vermehrte Auflag/ so mit nöthigen Kupferen versehen. 2 Teile in 1 Band. 8vo. 14 Bll., 275 S.; 8 Bll., 350 S. Mit 19 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Pergamentband der Zeit mit Resten eines geprägten Rückentitels, berieben und gering fleckig.. Erste illustrierte Ausgabe. Die erste Ausgabe von 1701 war noch ohne Tafeln erschienen. Das erfolgreiche und frühe Lehrbuch der Physik erschien noch bis 1743 in weiteren Auflagen und führte den Begriff "Naturwissenschaft" im deutschen Sprachgebrauch ein. Der Schweizer Arzt und Naturforscher Johann Jakob Scheuchzer (1672-1733) hatte als erster Höhenmessungen mit barometrischen Instrumenten vorgenommen. Er gilt als Mitbegründer der modernen Kristallographie und bedeutender Klimatologe. Besonders bekannt wurde er durch seine paläontologischen Beobachtungen und seine Kupfer-Bibel 'Physica Sacra'. Vorliegendes Lehrbuch mit Tafeln zur Optik, Astronomie, Kinematik, Kristallographie, Paläontologie und Botanik. - Sauberes Exemplar; Teil 1 im Fußsteg mit schwachem Wasserfleck; Titel mit hs. Namenszügen (teils gelöscht) und sorgfältig restauriertem kleinen Eckabschnitt ohne Textberührung; eine Seite mit kleiner hs. Anmerkung im w. Rand. - Vgl. Poggendorff I, 793.

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        Odyssea et in eadem scholia, sive interpretatio veterum. Una com notis perpetuis, in textum & scholia, necnon variis lectionibus longe plurimis, & versione latina, accuratiori lima perpolita. Opera, studio & impensis Jusuae Barnes.

      Cambridge, Cornelis Crownfield, 1711. Format: 4°.. [8], 643 (recte 641), [1]; [2], 110, [90] S.. . Pergament der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Lederrückenschild und blindgeprägtem Deckelornament Gelenke brühchig, nur leicht fleckig und etwas bestoßen.. . Erste Ausgabe des berühmten Cambridge-Homers*** Die berühmte Cambridge-Ausgabe der Odyssee Homers, herausgegeben von dem englische Altphilologen Joshua Barnes (1654-1712), der aus London stammte, in Cambridge am Emmanuel College studierte und 1695 zum "Regius Professor der griechischen Sprache" berufen wurde. Schon 1540 hatte Heinrich VIII. diesen Titel "Regius Professor of Greek" für den Inhabers eines Lehrstuhls für griechische Philologie an der Universität Cambridge gestiftet und damit einen der ältesten und honorigsten Lehrstühle Großbritanniens geschaffen. Seine Homer-Ausgaben gehören bis heute zu den wichtigsten Referenzwerken überhaupt. In auffallend ausgewogener, klarer und hinreißend schöner Typographie ist der griechische Urtext mit durchgehenden Zeilenzahlen gesetzt, flankiert von der lateinischen Parallelübersetzung Joshua Barnes' und dessen ausführlichen Kommentaren darunter mit Lesarten, Anmerkungen und Interpretationen. "This is the celebrated edition of Joshua Barnes, the well-known editor of Euripides and Anacreon" (Dibdin). Von wenigen, winzigen Fleckchen am Anfang und Ende abgesehen ein durchgehend sauberes, wohlerhaltenes und schönes Exemplar dieses einzigartigen Werkes von großem Umfang. Gebunden in einen zeitgenössischen, sehr schönen Einband. Brunet III, 273. Graesse II, 328. Dibdin II, 54. Ebert 9972. Hoffmann II, 464. Schweiger I, 158.

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        Tabula Novissima Totius Germaniae praecipue et designatione / Viri celeberrimi Dni Iohannis Caspari Eisenschmidii Medicinae Doctoris et Mathem. apud Argentin. praestantissimi

      Nürnberg, Homann, ab 1711. Altkolorierter Kupferstich von 4 Platten nach J.C. Eisenberg, Bildausschnitt 95 x 113 cm, Blattgr. 96 x 115 cm. Zögner 29 mit Abb., Sandler, p. 82 f ("das bedeutendste Blatt des J.B. Homann'schen Verlags"). Ulbrich VIII/144. Eine der wenigen Wandkarten von J.B. Homann, nach astronomischen Vorarbeiten und Berechnungen des Straßburger Arztes und Mathematikers Johann Caspar Eisenschmidt (1656-1712) erstmalig 1711 erschienen, eine der genauesten Karten des Heiligen Römischen Reiches Deutscher Nation der Zeit; reicht von Mailand und Istrien im Süden bis Fünen und Königsberg im Norden, von Warschau und der ungarischen Tiefebene im Osten bis zum Pas da Calais und Paris im Westen; alt auf Leinwand montiert, einige Quetschfalten vor allem an den Faltstellen (teils mit geringfügigen Bildverlust), schmalrandig, dennoch von guter Erhaltung für eine Karte dieser Größe.

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        Pietra paragone de' cavalieri, [...] divisa in cinque libri.

      Naples, Domenico-Antonio Parrino, 1711.. Folio (332 x 218 mm). With engraved frontispiece, portrait of the author, and 140 engravings, all but one full-page.. First edition of this rare Italian riding school, covering all aspects of horse breeding, training and care, lavishly illustrated with 140 engravings. A second, enlarged edition, also seemingly rare, was published in 1723 under the title "Opera". The work is divided into five parts: the first, "Regole di cavalcare" with one plate; the second, "[...] ove si tratta del difficilissimo mestiere dell' imbrigliare"; the third, "[...] dell' istesso", with 95 illustrations of bits, etc.; the fourth, "Disegni de' circoli" with 10 diagrams and "Ritratti d'uomini illustri" with 27 portraits, about half of which show mounted figures; the fifth, "[...] intorno alla preservativa, conservatione, e medicina per cavalli" with 7 plates, including other animals such as a rhinoceros. - Errata leaf at beginning, contemporary vellum, manuscript lettering on spine, some leaves browned or spotted. - No copy recorded in auction records for the last decades. - Brunet I, 159. Graesse I, 68. Huth p. 28.

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        The Reasons which induc'd Her Majesty to create the Right Honourable Robert Harley, Esq; A Peer of Great Britain

      London: Printed for J. Morphew, 1711 - One of several issues with no priority established. This issue has the first line of p. 7 "Consist with Liberty. This Double Task." Terrink lists this in the "doubtful" section of his bibliography and says: "Supposed to have been drawn up by Harley himself or Dr. Robert Friend, and revised by Swift."-Terrink, p. 318. "The preamble to the patent, recounting Harley's services in very glowing terms, is said to have been written in Latin by Friend, and to have been translated into English by Swift (Harl. Miscellany, 1808 I, 1-2)" (DNB) (SWIFTIANA) First edition. 4to. 8 pp. Text in Latin (pp. 3-5) and English (pp. 6-8). Folded sheet, unsewn and uncut. The conjugates A2 and A3 have been trimmed at the top by one inch, with no loss. Some browning, but an excellent copy with wide margins. Terrink-Scouten 849 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Reineke de Vos mit dem Koker...

      . Verlegt van Frytag Boeckhändler in Wulffenbüttel 1711. Gr.-8°. (10) Bll., 380 Ss. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, 1 kleinen Holzschnitt und einigen Vignetten. Halbleder d. Zt. (schwach berieben, Rücken an Kopf und Fuß geringfügig restauriert) mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild. So erste Ausgabe. Sehr selten. Diese Ausgabe, veranstaltet nach dem Text des Lübecker Drucks von 1498, diente Gottsched als Vorlage für seine Prosaübersetzung von 1752. Als Anhang gehört zu dieser Ausgabe eine alphabetisch geordnete Sammlung von Sittenlehren ("Koker"), verfasst von H. Bote. Vorderer Spiegel mit Besitzereintrag, kleiner Namenseintrag auf Titel; sonst durchgehend leicht gebräunt, aber kaum fleckig. Ein gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Goed. I, 483, 18; Menke S. 275 ff..

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        A Treatise of the Hypochondriack and Hysterick Passions, Vulgarly call'd the Hypo in Men and Vapours in Women; in which the Symptoms, Causes, and Cure of those Diseases are set forth after a Method entirely new. The whole interspers'd, with Instructive Discourses on the Real Art of Physick it self; and Entertaining Remarks on the Modern Practice of Physicians and Apothecaries: Very useful to all, that have the Misfortune to stand in need of either. In Three Dialogues

      London, Dryden Leach and W. Taylor, 1711.. 8°, Originallederband mit bildgeprägter Verzierung, neuer Rücken mit modernem Rückenschild, XXIV, 280 S.. Sehr seltene EA! First edition! NORMAN 1432: "Possibly the first psychiatric self-help book". HUNTER/MACALPINE 296: "the first book on minor mental maladies 'writ by way of information to patients' rather than 'to teach other practitioners', and to make what he had to say palatable". Mandeville (geb. 1670 in oder in der Nähe von Rotterdam, gestorben 1733 in London) ist sehr berühmt geworden wegen seiner "Bienenfabel" (1714). "Über M.s Leben ist nur wenig bekannt. Nach dem Besuch der Erasmus-Schule in Rotterdam schrieb sich M. 1685 an der Universität von Leyden als Student der Philosophie ein, legte 1689 seine Dissertation in Philosophie vor und erhielt 1691 nach der Abfassung einer medizinischen Studie den Grad eines Doktors der Medizin. Ende der neunziger Jahre faßte M. dann den Entschluß, sich in England niederzulassen, das seiner Meinung nach die Spitze der europäischen Zivilisation verkörperte" (Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon, Bd. V, 1933). In diesem Buch wählt er den Dialog zwischen Arzt ("Misomedon") und Patientin ("Polytheca") als Darstellungsform. Amüsant der Dialog über die Frage, weshalb die Medikamente solche merkwürdigen Namen bekommen, die auch ein Latein- und Griechischkundiger nicht versteht: man kann sie dann leichter für mehr Geld verkaufen! (p. 231f.)

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Am Osning]
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        Vorstellung der gäntzlich ab gebranden Juden gaß zu Franckfurt am Mäyn, welches geschehen Mittwochen den 14ten Januarij Abends zwischen 8 und 9 Uhr 1711

      (Frankfurt), Fehr 1711.. (Frankfurt), Fehr 1711.. Radierung mit Plan und kleiner Stadtansicht. Blattgröße: 28,2 x 24,1 cm. Nicht bei Drugulin, im Kat. Halle, bei Fauser etc. - Sehr seltenes Dokument zur Frankfurter Stadtgeschichte mit der Darstellung des sogenannten "Großen Judenbrands" im Jahre 1711, neben dem acht Jahre späteren "Großen Christenbrand" einer der schlimmsten Brandkatastrophen, die die Stadt je heimgesucht hat. - Oben eine panoramaartige Stadtansicht mit den Festungsanlagen, unten ein Plan. - Zum Frankfurter Kupferstecher und Verleger Peter Fehr (1681-1740), der auch das Krönungsdiarium Kaiser Karls VI. (1711) und Lersners Stadtchronik (1734) illustriert hat, siehe AKL XXXVII, 495. - Von mir kein weiteres Exemplar nachweisbar. - Stellenw. in Rot alt ankoloriert, bis an die Einfassungslinie beschnitten, etwas knittrig, rückseitig Bibliotheksetikett, etw. fleckig und gebräunt.

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        Oeuvres de Maitre François Rabelais, Publiées Sous le Titre de Faits et Dits du Géant Gargantua et de son Fils Pantagruel

      Henri Bordesius, Amsterdam, 1711. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 6 books bound in three volumes, leather backed boards. Spines and spine labels rubbed but bindings sound. Scattered foxing but generally clean and unmarked. With an extra engraved title, portrait, 3 folding plates and a folding map - light wear to plate edges, tiny tear to one of the map folds in the margin. The first critical edition of Rabelais - Duchat, urged on by Pierre Bayle (author of the great Dictionnaire Historique), Duchat set out to correct the plague of errors in all the extant editions of Rabelais. "Voici le meilleure et las plus complete éd. de ce roman célébre" Graesse R 7. Size: Octavo (8vo). 6-volume set (complete). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Literature & Literary; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044419. .

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        Relaçam Politica das mais particulares Acçoens do Conde Duque de Olivares, e Successos da Monarquia de Hespanha no tempo do seu governo, que fez hum Embayxador de Veneza à sua Republica, estando em Madrid, tirada do borrador manuscripto e traduzida no idioma Portuguez por João Ribeyro Cabral, Official da Secretaria de Estado

      Lisboa, na Officina Real Deslandesiana, 1711. 4to.; 8 hs., 264 pp. Encuadernación en piel marbreada, de la época, fatigada, con pérdidas de piel en lomera y planos.

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        Memoriale an die hochlöbliche Reichs-Verfassung zu Regenspurg, betreffend die zum Fürstenthum Halberstadt gehörige Sr. Königlichen Majestät in Preussen im Instrumento Pacis Westphalica in satisfactionem mit übergebene Graffschaft Reinstein. Nebst einem statu causae und dessen Beilagen. Zusammen drei Teile (in 1)

      Ohne Ort und Drucker, 1711 - 1714.. 5 Bll., 57 S., 1 Bl., 195 S., 8 Bll., 122 S. Lederband d. Zt. mit dezenter Vergoldung. 29 x 19 cm. Reinstein (Regenstein) war eine preußische Exklave bei Halberstadt, deren Besitzverhältnisse allerdings umstritten blieben und Anlass für allerlei Ränke und Fehden war. Ein diesbezüglicher Prozess zog sich bis 1806 hin. Um die gleichnamige Burg Reinstein rankten sich zahlreiche Legenden. - Einband bestoßen und beschabt, Deckel kratzspurig, Deckelbezug mit kl. Fehlstellen. Titelblatt gestempelt und mit alter Marginalie, gebräunt, gedruckte Marginalien teils etwas knapp mit kleinem Buchstabenverlust beschnitten, sonst ordentlich.

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        Ex recensione et cum notis atque emendationes R.Bentleii

      - 2 pts in 1. Cantabrigiae. 1711. 4to., calf w. gilt spine. Front bd. has torn patch, now repaired. Front hinge cracked. An attractive copy of the first edition of Bentley's famous work. Frontis. 14ff+310pp+2ff+460pp. See illustration. ST [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An Essay on Criticism

      W. Lewis and sold by W. Taylor, T. Osborn and J. Graves, London 1711 - FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE of Pope's first major poem; one of the most oft-quoted works in the English language. In fine 19th-century signed Riviere & Son binding. "To err, is human, to forgive divine" "Fools rush in where angels fear to tread" "A little learning is a dangerous thing" "First published anonymously on 15 May 1711 as a quarto of forty-eight pages. The main publisher was William Lewis, and 1,000 copies were printed? The Essay expresses for the most part orthodox neoclassic doctrine as this had evolved in France and England, but it performs this task with unparalleled brilliance and élan. Pope's aim lay not so much in novelty of ideas as in the sparkle and compression of their embodiment in poetry? Pope's treatment of topics such as wit has proved of lasting importance in the history and theory of criticism" (The Alexander Pope Encyclopedia). Griffith's first issue, with four booksellers' names on the title page. With the extremely rare half-title; without the ad leaf that is almost always lacking in first issue copies. (Griffith believed that the ad leaf was probably not issued with the earliest copies.) Provenance: From the library of John A. Spoor, Chicago railroad and banking magnate known as the "J. Pierpont Morgan" of the mid-west whose famous and extensive collection of first editions was sold at Parke-Bernet Galleries in 1939; with his bookplate. Also with handsome bookplates of the book collector Chares Lilburn and legendary art and antiques collector Mrs. J. Insley Blair. London: Printed for W. Lewis and sold by W. Taylor, T. Osborn and J. Graves, 1711. Quarto, nineteenth-century full crushed morocco by Riviere & Son with gilt-tooled boards and gilt-decorated spine; uncut. Small scuff to rear board, repair to upper joint; a little browning to title, but text generally very clean with very wide margins. A beautiful copy. RARE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Syntagma de ponderibus, et mensuris, in quo Vetrum Nummorum Pretium, ac Mensurarum Quantitas demonstratur.

      Typis Peregrini Frediani,, Lucae, 1711 - Due parti (con autonomo frontespizio) di cm. 17, pp. (8) 287 (3) + 1 cb. Con una tavola ripiegata fuori testo. Leg. strettamente coeva in cart. alla rustica con nervi passanti e titoli ms. al dorso. Esemplare genuino e marginoso, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Edizione originale di questa erudita compilazione di B. Beverini (Lucca 1628 - 1686) data quindi alle stampe come opera postuma. Insieme di due saggi sull'antica Roma: il primo è dedicato ai sistemi di peso, misura e monetazione; il secondo è incentrato sulle diverse tipologie di comitia romani.Cfr. Riccardi I, 126 e Comolli III, 130. Non comune, soprattutto in tale perfetto stato di conservazione. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Reflections on Mr. Wall's History of Infant-BaptismIn Several Letters to a Friend

      London - Darby8 by 5; [xxx]547[12]pp., 1711 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. An ardent and diligent voice in the 18th-century theological debate on baptism. John Gale (1680-1721) was a baptist, educated at the Universities of Leyden (where he recieved a doctorate in philosophy aged 19) and Amsterdam (where he was a student of Limborch). After returning to England, Gale assisted various ministries but never took Holy Orders or led his own congregation. This work is a vigorious critcism of William Halls 'History of Infant Baptism,' in the form of 13 letters to a friend. The published compendium was widely acclaimed for its virtuosity (even by those who disagreed with it) and earned a baleful reply from Wall, who declared that 'Reproaches' would have been a more appropriate title than 'Reflections. 'Condition: Externally, bound inold calf with worn corners. Chipped spine with contrasting label and gilt '4' (though volume complete in itself), split frontjoint. Internally, firmly bound. Slightly grubby and foxed throughout, with bookplate of Professor David Arthur Pailin anddamaged label of T. Henneys Library in Cheltenham with rules and advertisement on front pastedown; small wormhole in bottom corner offirst four leaves; errata on p. [xxx]. Overall: GOOD ONLY..

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        Dissertatio De Nativis, deque Adventiis Romani Coeli Qualitatibus, cui accedit Historia Epidemiae Rgeumaticae, quae per hyemem Anni MDCCIX vagata est.

      Apud Fr. Gonzagam,, Romae, 1711 - Cm. 22,5, pp. (16) 258 (20). Con grande incisione al frontespizio e molti, decorativi capolettera figurati nel testo. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con dorsi a piccoli nervi e titoli manoscritti. Esemplare fresco ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Ottima edizione di quest'opera che prende in esame, per la prima volta nella storia della medicina, il soggetto relativo all'igiene ambientale; in questo caso riguardante la città di Roma. Cfr. Castiglioni: "Lancisi. fu forse il primo igienista moderno nel senso vero della parola.". Garrison-Morton: 'The greatest Italian clinician of the period.'. La seconda parte dell'opra tratta dell'influenza epidemica che, iniziata a Roma, interessò gran parte d'Europa. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Perspective théorique et pratique, où l'on enseigne la manière de mettre toutes sortes d'objets en perspective, & 'en représenter les ombres causées par le soleil ou par une petite lumière. Tirée du cours de mathématique de M.

      1711 - In-8 pleine basane havane de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges, [10]-108 pages, 36 planches gravées hors-texte. (Sans pièce de titre. Quelques salissures.) Première édition séparée. Bel exemplaire. Ex-libris manuscrits anciens : RENAUD à Vannes ; Yves LEPILITZ à Vannes ; J. DUPARC. QUERARD, VI, 536. 284 g.

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        Relaçam Politica das mais particulares Acçoens do Conde Duque de Olivares, e Successos da Monarquia de Hespanha no tempo do seu governo, que fez hum Embayxador de Veneza à sua Republica, estando em Madrid, tirada do borrador manuscripto e traduzida no idioma Portuguez por João Ribeyro Cabral, Official da Secretaria de Estado.

      Lisboa, na Officina Real Deslandesiana, 1711. - 4to.; 8 hs., 264 pp. Encuadernación en piel marbreada, de la época, fatigada, con pérdidas de piel en lomera y planos. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Seelen-Schatz. Darinn Von der menschlichen Seelen hohen Würde, tieffen und kläglichen Sünden-Fall, Busse und Erneuerung durch Christum, Göttlichen heiligen Leben, vielfältigen Creutz und Trost im Creutz, seligen Abschied aus dem Leibe, triumphirlichen und frölichen Einzug in den Himmel, und ewiger Freude und Seligkeit, erbaulich und tröstlich gehandelt wird;. 5. Aufl. 5 Teile (2 Bde.) in 1 Bd.

      Süstermann und Seidel, Leipzig 1711 - Folio. Mit gest. Verfasserporträt, gest. Frontispiz und gest. Titelvignetten und Initialen. 5 Bl., 896 S., 12 Bl. (Register); 3 Bl., 1068 S., 28 Bl. (Register). Pgt. d. Zeit. Ein Hauptwerk protestantischer Erbauungsliteratur des Luther-kritischen Wegbereiters des Pietismus. Der Seelenschatz, aus überarbeiteten Magdeburger Predigten erwachsen, beschreibt in der Weise Johann Arndts den Heilsweg der christlichen Seele von ihrer ursprünglichen Würde über die Sünde zur Buße, Bekehrung und Vollendung und verweilt besonders bei Kreuz und Leiden. - Einband etw. speckig m. kleineren Quetschfalten, im Buchblock etw. locker, wenige Bl. am Rande rissig, kleiner Schaden am Schnitt, unauffälliger Wasserfleck auf den ersten S., hs. Besitzvermerk auf Vorsatz, insgesamt gut erhalten. gr.

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        Eigentliche und wahrhafftige Abbildung der alten und neuen Griechischen Kirche, Nach ihrer Historie, Glaubens-Lehren und Kirchen-Gebräuchen

      Leipzig: Joh. Friedrich Gleditsch und Sohn, 1711. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Three parts in one thick volume with an appendix and an index. 4to. [21.5 x 17 cm], engraved portrait frontispiece, [22], including title printed in red and black, 236, 422, 474, 84, [56] p., with 16 additional engraved plates and one woodcut vignette. Bound in contemporary stiff vellum, covers a bit soiled, spine spotted. Some minor fingersoiling on title and light even toning throughout, but generally a fresh copy, with good impressions of the plates. Scarce first and only edition of the first full-fledged study of the Greek Orthodox Church, extensively illustrated, and an important addition to the nascent German tradition of studying the history of religious traditions without partisan intent. Of particular interest for the theological underpinnings of church architecture. Heineccius was a Lutheran, and he pursues his object of study as an antiquarian and historian, not as a controversialist. The work deals with the foundation and early history of the church as well as contemporary religious practice, treating such topics as the calendar, architecture and ecclesiastical ranks and dress. Organized in three parts, the first covers early history; the second theology; and third contemporary practice. The numerous plates picture architectural ground-plans for churches, ecclesiastical accoutrements, costume, and a bird's-eye view of the patriarch's residence at Constantinople. Johann Michael Heineccius (1674-1722) was a well-known jurist, historian, preacher, and theologian, originally Dutch but living in Halle. Best known for the present work, he also made one of the first systematic study of seals (De veteribus Germanorum aliarumque nationum sigillis, 1710). * OCLC record.

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        A New and Exact Map of Spain

      London., [1711] 1730. divided into its Kingdoms and Principalities etc... 2 sheets joined. Size: 620 x 1000 mm. Copperplate engraving with original outline colour. Some skilful paper restoration to map folds and to worm holes. Very good condition. A wonderful, large scale map of Spain and Portugal by the prolific and well regarded German émigré to London; Herman Moll. This wonderful map is embellished by a decorative title cartouche to 'His Grace John, Duke of Argile &c General to His Majesties Forces in Spain..' Each separate province, of Kingdom in Spain is delineated with outline colour. A truly magnificent title cartouche features a lion on top of the 15 different shields that represent the different divisions of the Kingdom of Spain. Other decorative features are weapons of war, including a cannon, and cannon balls, a shield, a breastplate and spears. Moll issues an interesting personal commentary in the lower left corner of the map.

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        Des hochberühmten Jüdischen Geschicht-Schreibers Flavii Josephi, Historien und Bücher Als: Zwanzig von alten Jüdischen Geschichten. Sieben vom Jüdischen Krieg, der Stadt Jerusalem und des gantzen Landes Zerstörung.,

      Verlegt von Joh. David Zunners seel. Erben / und Joh. Adam Jung, Franckfurt am Mayn 1711 - Noch Titel: "Zwey von der Juden altem Herkommen wider Apionem Grammaticum. Eins von Meisterschafft der Vernunfft und der Maccabeer Marter, auch von Josephi Leben. Alles aus dem Griechischen Exemplar samt aller Bücher und Capitel Summarischen Innhalt / mit höchstem Fleiß von neuem verteutscht und zugerichtet / darzu mit Biblischen Concordantzen Jahr-Rechnung und ordentlichen Registern vermehret." Solider, auf Holz gespannter Pergamentbezug, fleckig, aber sehr ordentlich, Kapital/Kapitalband unverletzt, Titelblatt S/W gedruckt, hübsche Textvignetten, zweispaltig gedruckt, Papier holzig, jedoch sehr isolierte Stockflecken, klare Typographie, Vorrede von Conrad Lautenbach, drei Teile in einem Band, 1. Teil: 488 Seiten, 2. Teil: 284 Seiten, 3. Teil: 168 Seiten. Mit drei Registern "Das erste Register über die zwanzig Bücher Josephi von Alten Geschichten" (27 Seiten) +"Das zweyte Register über die sieben Bücher von den jüdischen Kriegen und endlichen Zerstörung Jerusalem etc." (12 Seiten) + "Das dritte Register oder Verzeichnis der fürnehmsten Historien so von Egesippo in seinen fünff Büchern beschrieben" (7 Seiten). Frankfurter Ausgabe der "Jüdischen Altertumskunde" und des "Jüdischen Krieges" des antiken Historikers Flavius Josephus (37 bis um 95 n. Chr) in der Übersetzung Konrad Lautenbachs aus dem 16. Jahrhundert, insgesamt sehr guter Zustand. 21,5 x 34 Cm. 2,6 Kg. Gewicht in Gramm: 2600

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        Historia studii etymologici linguae germanicae hactenus impensi; ubi scriptores plereque recensentur et diidicantur, qui in origines et antiquitates linguae teutonicae, saxonicar, belgicae, danicae, svecicae, norwegicae et islandicae, veteris item celticae, gothicae, francicae atque anglo-saxonicae inquisiverunt, aut libros studium nostrae linguae criticum promoventes alios ediderunt [...].

      Hannover, Nicolaum Foersterum, 1711. 8vo. 332 pp. Title printed in red and black. Foxing and browning, spot pp. 173-174. Sewn as issued, uncut in contemporary grey wrapper, spine with hand written title in ink. Johann Georg von Eckhart, före adlandet 1719 Eccard, (1664-1730) var historiker och bibliotekarie. Han var kunglig bibliotekarie i Hannover fram till 1723, då han på obestånd fick rymma till Würzberg. Han konverterade till katolicism och blev historiograf hos furstbiskopen av Würzburg. Vid sidan av sina insatser inom filologi och etymologi, räknas han tillsammans med Leibniz och Johann Jacob Mascov som en av föregångarna till den nya tyska historieskrivningen. Detta verk ger en litteraturhistorisk översikt över den filologiska forskningen inom det germanska språkområdet. Kapitel 22 som behandlar Sverige tar även upp böcker om finska och lappska

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        The History of the Old and New Testament, Extracted out of Sacred Scripture and Writings of the Fathers

      London - R. Bonwick et al, 1711 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A superbly well preserved copy of this scarce work, a wonderful telling of biblical history. 'To which are added the lives, travels and sufferings of the apostles, with a large and exact historical chronology of all the affairds and actions related in the Bible'. With a frontispiece, two hundred and thirty four engravings and three maps 'delineated and engraved by good artists', collated complete. 'Translated from the Sieur de Royaumont by several hands; supervised and recommended by Dr Horneck, and other Orthodox divines'. Armorial bookplate of Joannis Horsfall to front pastedown. Condition: Rebacked in calf with original decorative calf boards. Externally sound with a nice patina, although rubbed. Front hinge slightly strained. Internally, firmly bound. Generally remarkably bright and clean, aside from some dusting, occasional instances of marginal foxing and browning to the title page, frontispiece and some of the plates. The majority of the plates, and the two large folding maps, have been reinforced with no loss to the images. Overall: VERY GOOD.

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        Kurtze Erzehlung, Welchergestalt von Sr. Kön. Maj. in Preußen Friederich dem I. in Dero Hauptsitz Berlin die Societæt der Wissenschafften oder zu mehrer Aufnahme des gelehrten Wesens abzielende Gesellschafft gestiftet worden und wie dieselbe zu ihrer völligen Niedersetzung gediehen. Mit beifügung des Stiftungs-Briefs, der Einrichtungs-Gesetze, derer bey der Niedersetzung gehaltenen Reden und des Catalogi Membrorum Societatis

      Engraved vignette of the Royal observatory on title & one engraving in the text. [60] pp. Small 4to, cont. vellum over boards. Berlin: G. Schlechtiger for J.D. Pape, 1711. First edition of one of the earliest publications concerning the Berlin Academy, founded in 1700 by under Elector Frederick III of Brandenburg at the initiative of Leibniz. The Academy became active in 1710 when it began to publish the Miscellanea Berolinensia. The present work, which is very rare -- OCLC locates only one copy in the U.S. -- describes the organization of the Academy, provides a brief history of its creation, and gives a list of its members from 1700 to 1711 (which is a roll-call of the leading northern German scientific and literary men of the period). Fine copy. .

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        Giuvenale, e Persio spiegati con la dovuta modestia in versi volgari. Ed illustrati con varie annotazioni dal Conte Commillo Silvestrio da Rovigo.

      Padua, nella Stamperia del Seminario, 1711. - 910, (2) SS. Mit 5 gest. Tafeln und zahlreichen Textholzschnitten. Italienischer Interimspappband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. Gr.-4to. Erste Ausgabe dieser Rezension mit lateinischem Paralleltext und umfangreichem Kommentar. "Die Übersetzung wie die Erläuterung sind geschätzt" (Schweiger). Die schönen Tafeln zu S. 89, 206, 357, 695 und 697 zeigen antike Grabreliefs, darunter mehrere Pferdedarstellungen. Unbeschnittenes, breitrandiges Exemplar. Schweiger II, 519. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Characteristicks of Men, Manners, Opinion, Times. In Three Volumes

      London: Printed in the Year, 1711. First edition, first issue. 3 vols., 8vo. Engraved title by Gribelin to vol. I, title page vignettes and tailpieces in each vol. Pp. iv, [2], 364; 443; [iv], 344, [72, Index & Corrigenda]. Twentieth-century full brown levant, gilt turn-ins, by Sangorski & Sutcliffe for Chas. J. Sawyer. Leaf Cc5 bound before Cc4 in vol. III. With Nineteenth Century Book labels of Library Company of Baltimore, and bookplates of Abel Berland. Occasional faint foxing. Fine. Rothschild 1831 (5th ed. only); NCBEL 2:1865 . Beautiful copy of this classic of eighteenth century English thought

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        An Account of Several Late Voyages and Discoveries: I. Sir John Narbrough's Voyage to the South-Sea... II. Captain J. Tasman's Discoveries on the Coast of the South Terra Incognita. III. Captain J. Wood's Attempt to Discover a North-East Passage to China. IV. F. Marten's Observations made in Greenland, and other Northern Countries...to which are added, a large introduction and supplement, containing short abstracts of other voyages into those parts, and brief descriptions of them

      London: printed for D. Brown, J. Round, W. Innys and T. Ward, 1711. Octavo. (7 1/2 x 4 1/2 inches). 3 large folding engraved maps, 19 engraved plates (7 folding). (Two images with flags of ships with early hand- colouring). Contemporary calf, covers panelled in blind, rebacked with the spine in six compartments with raised bands flanked by gilt rules, black morocco lettering-piece in the second compartment. An excellent copy of the second edition, which "is preferred because it has the chart of the western and southern oceans, which was not included in the first edition, and additional text relating to Greenland and to whales and whaling" (Hill). This work was originally published in 1694, and was probably edited by Sir Tancred Robinson. Hill describes this work as of particular importance for its account of the Straits of Magellan, much relied upon by the next generation of navigators, and says further: "The book is of the greatest importance to an Australian collection, as it contains one of the earliest English accounts of Abel Janszoon Tasman's famous voyage of 1642 from Batavia." Also contained herein are two important northern voyages, including Marten's account of whaling in the Greenland waters. Three of the folding plates depict whales and whaling, while the other plates depict indigenous birds, animals, and plants. Cox I, pp.8-9; Hill (2004) 1476; European Americana 711/183; Sabin 72186.

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        Miscellaneous Poems and Translations [The Rape of the Lock]

      London: Printed for Bernard Lintott. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION, containing the FIRST APPEARANCE of Pope's The Rape of the Lock. "The earliest version of Pope's mock heroic poem The Rape of the Lock, composed in a fortnight during summer 1711, had for nine months been anonymously printed in Bernard Lintot's Miscellany. The masterpiece of Pope's earlier period, The Rape of the Lock (1712, 1714) had its origin in a quarrel between two Catholic families, apparently over the provocative cutting off of a lock of hair by Lord Petre from the head of Arabella Fermor... "The poem... is far from being a mere social satire in which a trivial quarrel is mocked by being presented in epic terms. Indeed, by the time the poem has been thoughtfully read it is not really clear that the quarrel is trivial. The 'Heroi-Comical' in Pope's hands is a volatile mixture: some of its comedy rebounds on the epic conventions that are primarily deployed to mock the foolish and vain. In the shining lock of hair Pope contemplates beauty, reputation, conquest in love and war, anger, humour, and resignation. The political facets of the poem, parts only of the total multi-faceted effect, have recently come more into the light, so that the work has its own angle on historical change. Not only does the poem have many targets, all seen through the prism of Belinda and her lock, but it also has many tones, those of subtle comedy, outright farce, and lofty sadness" (DNB). Pope sold this 2-canto version to Lintott for 7 pounds in March 1712; in 1714 an expanded 5-canto version was issued. London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, 1712. Octavo, contemporary paneled calf rebacked. With engraved frontispiece and half-title. Some light marginal worming, light occasional dampstaining (not affecting Pope's verses). A handsome copy.

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        Las Cosas Maravillosas de la Santa Ciudad de Roma, en donde de trata delas Yglesias, Estaciones, Reliquias, y Cuerpos Santos, que ay en ella, y diversos casamientos de pobres Donzellas, que se hazen

      Rome: Roque Bernabo, 1711. Rare Spanish-language Rome guide for Spanish-speaking pilgrims/tourists to the eternal city. Some of the woodcuts derive from early 16th-century Rome guides such as Santi Solinari.

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        A Map of New France containing Canada, Louisianna &c in Nth America

      Atlas Geographus, 1711-17. According to the Patent granted by the King of France to Monsieur Crozat dated the 14th of Sep. 1712. N.S. and registered in the Parliament of Paris the 24th of the same Month. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition Size: 18.3 x 26 cm An interesting map of the Eastern North America, showing regions named by the French. The map also shows the fishing banks and the route of the Spanish Armada. Library stamp slightly visible

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        Las Cosas Maravillosas de la Santa Ciudad de Roma, en donde de trata delas Yglesias, Estaciones, Reliquias, y Cuerpos Santos, que ay en ella, y diversos casamientos de pobres Donzellas, que se hazen

      Roque Bernabo Rome: Roque Bernabo, 1711. Rare Spanish-language Rome guide for Spanish-speaking pilgrims/tourists to the eternal city. Some of the woodcuts derive from early 16th-century Rome guides such as Santi Solinari.

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        ORDINUM EQUESTRIUM ET MILITARIUM CATALOGUS

      Romæ: Typis Georgii Plachi, 1711. FIRST EDITION. Hardcover. With a Profusion of Costume Plates Depicting Knightly, Military, Social, and Charitable Orders. 248 x 191 mm (9 3/4 x 7 1/2"). 20 p.l. (including three title pages, one engraved, one in Latin, one in Italian), followed by plates with facing commentary and, at the end, two index leaves. FIRST EDITION. Excellent contemporary sprinkled calf, covers with border in gilt and blind, raised bands, spines handsomely gilt in compartments with large intricate fleuron centerpiece and scrolling cornerpieces, reddish-brown morocco label. WITH A TOTAL OF 167 FULL-PAGE ENGRAVED PLATES: a frontispiece showing Victory perched above military accoutrements, 143 plates (engraved by Giovanni Battista Sintes after Andrea Antonio Orazi) depicting members of various knightly orders in a variety of costumes (each plate facing a text leaf of explication in Latin and Italian), and 23 plates showing the insignia of the orders (usually with several figures on each of these plates). Bookplate of the Macclesfield library on front pastedown, first three leaves with small matching embossed armorial Macclesfield stamp. Brunet I, 1086; Graesse I, 480. Spine and joints with slight dryness and rubbing, several tiny marks to covers, a trivial spot here and there internally, but A REALLY EXCELLENT COPY, the attractive early binding solid and without any serious wear, and THE TEXT AND PLATES UNUSUALLY CLEAN AND FRESH. The illustrations here of members of various "knightly and military orders" are a wonderful source for the costumes of the early 18th century. The orders include not only genuine fighting orders such as the Templars and the Teutonic Knights, but all sorts of honorary, social, and charitable orders, so that some figures appear in suits of armor, others in clerical garb, and many in elaborate secular dress, decked out in the extravagant fashions of the day. Of the orders, 18 are for women, all elegantly costumed here, some suitably for the cloister, others for the ballroom. Perhaps the most exotic are a Roman member of the knightly (i.e., business) class, dressed, naturally, in a toga; a Turkish member of the Order of the Moon; a Peruvian; and a Floridian. The artist Andrea Orazi (b. 1670) painted in oils and frescoed two Roman churches. In addition to writing books on subjects ranging from coins to musical instruments to natural history, the learned Jesuit Buonanni (1638-1725) served as librarian of the Collegio Romano and in 1698 became curator of the Kircherian Musem.

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        Bibliotheca Bultelliana: seu Catalogus Librorum Bibliothecae...Caroli Bulteau, Regi a consiliis & Secretariorum Regiorum decani

      Digestus & descriptus à Gabriele Martin...cum Indice Authorum alphabetico. Engraved arms on title. 5 p.l., xxxvi, 499 pp.; 1 p.l., [501]-1035, [78] pp. Two parts in two vols. 12mo, later 18th-cent. speckled boards, cont. paper labels on spines, entirely uncut. Paris: P. Geffart & G. Martin, 1711. Charles Bulteau (ca. 1630-1710), historian and the King's secretary, took over the library of his brother Louis when Louis entered the Benedictine order. Charles greatly increased the collection and, upon his death, left a library of about 10,000 works. This is one of the most important and extensive catalogues compiled by Gabriel Martin and the first of 22 for which he made an index. Martin refined his system of arrangement, first used in the Bibliotheca Bigotiana (1706), for this catalogue. 8819 lots, including MSS. A remarkable uncut set from the H.P. Kraus reference library with bookplate. ❧ Blogie col. 2. Grolier Club, Printed Catalogues of French Book Auctions...1643-1830, 18. Peignot, p. 85. Pollard & Ehrman no. 268 & p. 241-"The Bulteau library catalogue by Gabriel Martin has a note at the end saying that it was printed off before 5 September 1711, and that to conform with the new edict certain books have been taken out of the library and should not form part of the catalogue." Taylor, Book Catalogues, pp. 114, 157, & 235. .

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        [Opera Genealogico-Historica De Westphalia et Saxonia Inferiori] Hermanni Hamelmanni, S.S. Theol. Licent. & dum viveret Superint. Oldenburgici, Opera Genealogico-Historica, De Westphalia & Saxonia Inferiori : In quibus non solum Res gestæ Seculi XVI. & Anteriorum temporum, tam Ecclesiasticæ quam Politicæ, fideliter & pari judicio exhibentur Sed & de totius Westphaliæ provinciis, urbibus, incolis veteribus, viris literatis, Comitum familiis, ac imprimis de renatâ ... puriore Evangelii doctrinâ, accuratißima historia traditur / Partim ex Manuscriptis Auctoris, hactenus ineditis, ex augustâ Guelpherbytana Bibliotheca communicatis, partim ex aliis ejus separatim quondam publicatis opusculis, in unum volumen congesta Ab Ernesto Casim. Wasserbach. JCto. Accessit Vita Hamelmanni, cum indice sufficientissimo

      Lemgo, Meyer 1711. 21 cm. (30, einschl. Frontispiz), 1464, (104) Seiten mit gestochen Frontispiz (Porträt) von F. W. Brandshagen, Titel rot und schwarz; Pergamentband der Zeit mit Mittelstücken in Blindprägung - Bömer / Degering D 110 - Driver 66 - NDB VII, 585 - Weißbrodt 79 - Erstausgabe, herausgegeben von dem Juristen Ernst Casimir Wasserbach. Nach dessen Tod vollendete der Verleger Heinrich Wilhelm Meyer die Sammel-Ausgabe von 19 Werken. Enthält u.a. S. 765 - 982: Pars Prima [-Secunda] Historiæ Ecclesiasticæ Renati Evangelii Per Inferiorem Saxoniam & Westphaliam ...1586-1587; S. [983] - 1174: Continuatio Historiæ Ecclesiasticæ Hermanni Hamelmanni ... Lemgoviæ Anno 1705; S. [1175] - 1378: Historiæ Renati Evangelii deinde Schismatum Hæresiumq[ue] Anabaptistarum, exortatum In Urbe Monasteriensi Westphaliæ, Explicatio ... Anno 1709. Eines der wichtigsten Quellenwerke zur westfälischen Geschichte, unter anderem Kirchen- und Reformationsgeschichte Westfalens. Für die Reformationsgeschichte der westfälischen Städte, unter anderem Osnabrück, sind seine zeitgenössischen Berichte die Hauptquelle. Seine Gelehrten-Biographien sind für zahlreiche Personen die einzige zeitgenössische Quelle. "Als Geschichtsschreiber gilt Hamelmann in seinen Angaben durchweg als zuverlässig" (NDB). Vorsätze und Titel leicht gebräunt, sonst schön. Exemplar aus dem Besitz des Historikers Friedrich Matthias Driver (vgl. ADB V, 412) mit dessen Namenszug auf dem Titel; vorderer Innendeckel gelöschter Besitzeintrag "Colleg. Prof. Gymn. Paul. 1776"; am Schluß handschriftliche Liste von Rektoren des Gymnasium Paulinum in Münster - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        Thomae Sydenham, Medicinae Doct. Ac Practici Quondam Londinensis ... Praxis Medica Experimentalis Sive Opuscula Universa. Quotquot Hactenus Ab Autore Ipso Ultimum Revisa & Aucta in Lucem Prodierunt . ..a` Mendis Probe` Repurgatum, Indicibusq[Ue] Necessariis Accuratissimis Exornatum

      Lipsiae : Apud Thomam Fritsch, 1711. 1711 edition. Associate Reference: CLC S2044. Physical desc. : [31] l. , 800 p. , [22] l. : [1] leaf of plates: front. (port. ) ; (8vo) . Language: Latin. Title-page printer's device; copper-engraved pictorial head & tailpieces; historiated initials. Subject: Medicine - ear; y works to 1800. Finely and [period] sympathetically bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with the title blocked direct in gilt and the compartments uniformly blind-tooled. An exceptional copy; of presentation quality. Scans etc. On request.

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        Le Menage des Champs, et le Jardinier Francois accommodez au gout des temps: Dans lesquelles on peut apprende faciliment a apreter tout ce qui est necessaire pour l'usage de la vie a la Compagne, & meme de la Ville; & la maniere de cultiver parfaitement les Jardins fruitiers, potagers, & flueristes, avec un traite de la Chasse & de la Peche; Ouvrage utile a toutes sorte de personnes

      Paris: Michel David, 1711. Octavo, [6], 536, [8] pages. Frontispiece, five leaves of folding plates. Second printing of the first edition. Michel David issued the title originally in 1710. A compilation of two seventeenth century works by Nicolas de Bonnefons, here issued under a royal privilege granted to Louis Liger, sieur d'Auxerre (1658-1717). The work is divided into four books, the first three concerning cooking, the fourth dealing with gardening, and with an additional brief treatise on hunting and fishing. Liger's compilation of de Bonnefons' work continued to be revised and reissued after his death and well into the eighteenth century. And rightly so. De Bonnefons' work recognizes the primacy of excellent ingredients. The final section is considered to be the first work on the kitchen garden. John Evelyn, who translated the work in 1658, called it "the first and best work of that kind that introduced the use of the olitorie garden to any purpose." Contemporary full-calf, compartmented spine with gilt-tooled ornaments and title. Some wear to foot of spine and corners, and one leather chip absent from the rear panel. Several contemporary ownership inscriptions to endpapers, some signed "Drouilly". Inkblot to verso of frontispiece has penetrated, and is visible in the engraved image. Overall, near very good. [Bitting, pages 287-288; Cagle 285-85 (later editions); OberlŽ refers to the earlier publication of de Bonnefons' work, but not the Liger editions; Vicaire 522-523].

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        Eigentliche und wahrhafftige Abbildung der alten und neuen Griechischen Kirche, Nach ihrer Historie, Glaubens-Lehren und Kirchen-Gebräuchen, in III. Theilen, Nebst einem curieusen Anhange Unterschiedlicher hierzu dienlicher und zum Theil noch ungedruckter Schrifften Gerhardi Titii, Stephani Gerlachii, und anderer mehr; Alles mit höchster Treu und Fleiß abgefasset, auch mit nöthigen Kupfern und Registern versehen

      Lpz., Joh. Friedrich Gleditsch 1711.. 3 Tle. in 1 geb. kl.-4°. 12 Bll., 236, 422, 474, 84 S. 28 Bll. Tit. in Rot. u. Schwarz. Mit 1 Titelportr., 1 Textkupf. u. 16 Kupfertaf. Pgmt. d. Zt. Namenstempel am flieg. Vors. In sher gutem Zustand. EA. vgl. ADB XI, 363 - "Die erste vollständige und geordnete Darstellung der griechischen Kirche". (Herzog-H. VII, 601). - Heineccius (ursprünglich Heinecke, 1674-1722), war evangelischer Theologe, der unter anderem den ersten wissenschaftlichen Beitrag zur Siegelkunde lieferte sowie eine Geschichte der Stadt Goslar. Als Dichter von Kirchenliedern stand er in Beziehung zu Bach. Das vorliegende Werk ist eine frühe Studie der griechisch-orthodoxen Kirche. Im ersten Teil wird die Geschichte der griechischen Kirche und das Schisma dargestellt, im 2. Teil die Glaubenslehren der orthodoxen Kirche. Der 3. Teil behandelt die Gebräuche der alten und neuen greichischen Kirche. Die Abbildungen zeigen unter Anderem die Tracht griechischer Kleriker, die Residenz der Patriarchen zu Konstantinopel, Grundrisse von Kirchenbauten, von Symbolen und Wappen, etc.

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        Eigentliche und wahrhafftige Abbildung der alten und neuen Griechischen Kirche, Nach ihrer Historie, Glaubens-Lehren und Kirchen-Gebräuchen

      Ben Joh. Friedrich Gleditsch und Sohn, Leipzig, 1711. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Slightly overlapping full contemporary vellum, old library spine label and bookplate, but otherwise unmarked. Modest foxing and toning, a bit of loss and degradation to the margins of three pages but no loss of text. An early study of the Greek Orthodox Church by the German antiquary. He also wrote a book on seals and is associated with Bach for whom he may have written a cantata. 17 figures on 16 plates shwoing costume, church floorplans, and a lovely birds-eye view of the Patriarch's compound in Constantinople. Frontis, title in red and black, [19], 236, 422, 474, 84, [56], both blanks present. Size: Quarto (4to). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 041234. .

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        [Opera]. Ex Recensione & cum Notis Atque Emendationibus Richardi Bentleii

      Cambridge: [University Press], 1711 First edition. Contemporary calf, rebacked, preserving original spine, corners repaired, armorial bookplate of Toft Hall on front endpaper, above it early ownership inscription of Ralph Leycester. Two volumes bound in one, quarto. Fine engraved title by George Vertue (slightly stained). Bound with the half-titles. Letterpress titles with engraved vignettes. A very good copy of Bentley's celebrated edition of Horace, perhaps the finest edition of a classical text ever produced. Probably no other poet's works have been so often copied or printed, and hundreds of versions in every modern language have been made of the least translatable of poets.....Bentley was and remains the greatest of English classical scholars...His immense learning was combined with an equal control in its deployment. Although he here restricted himself entirely to criticism of the text, and refrained from comment or explanation, in fact his feeling for Horace is revealed in the seven or eight hundred emendations, many of which have found permanent acceptance. Bold yet sensitive, deeply learned and at the same time understanding, his edition is a compound, as Bentley was himself, of temerity, authority and subtlety" (Printing and the Mind of Man, 178).

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        MDCCXI. An Almanack of Coeliestial Motions and Aspects for the Year ... 1711

      Boston: N. Boone, 1711. 8vo. (6 x 3 3/4 inches). 16pp., plus initial and terminal blanks. Man of signs woodcut on p. 2. Contemporary stitched marbled paper wrappers. Scarce early American almanac. Evans incorrectly ascribes the printing of this almanac to Bradford in New York. It is very unusual to find American almanacs from this early period in their original wrappers. Evans 1490; Drake 2940.

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