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        An Appendix to John Bull Still in his Senses: or, Law is a Bottomless Pit. Printed from a manuscript found in the cabinet of the famous Sir Humphry Polesworth: and publish'd, (as well as the three former parts) by the author of the New Atalantis

      London: printed for John Morphew, near Stationer's-hall, 1712 - Third edition (price from imprint "3 d"). 8vo. 22, [2, ads] pp. Uncut in modem boards. A fine copy. Rothschild 42; ESTC T22318 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mystische und Profetische Bibel / Das ist Die gantze Heil. Schrifft / Altes und Neues Testaments / Auffs neue nach dem Grund verbessert / Sampt Erklärung Der fürnemsten Sinnbilder und Weissagungen / Sonderlich Des H. Lieds Salomons Und der Offenbarung J.C. Wie auch Denen fürnemsten Lehren / bevoraus die sich in diese letzte Zeiten schicken.

      Titel, 583 nichtfoliierte Blätter. 4° (20,5 x 18 cm). Neuerer dunkelbrauner Wildledereinband auf zwei unechten Bünden mit abgerundeten Deckelkanten und leinenverstärkten Innengelenken. Darlow/Moule 4227. - BBKL II, 1056f. - Die von dem reformierten Mystiker und Separatisten H. Horche (1652-1729) herausgegebene 'Marburger Bibel' in einem sehr guten Exemplar. - "H. zog als Wanderprediger und Chiliast durch das Land, sammelte die Separatisten und gründete in Nassau und Hessen philadelphische Gemeinden [...] Er war zeitweise von religiösem Wahnsinn befallen und in der Irrenanstalt. H. ließ sich 1708 in Kirchhain nieder. Er verfaßte zahlreiche mystische Schriften und arbeitete mit an der sog. Marburger Bibel von 1712, einer "mystischen und prophetischen Bibel", "welche den verborgenen Kern aus der Schale des Buchstabens herausholt und dem Begierigen zu genießen fürlegt", der Vorläuferin der Berleburger Bibel von 1726-42" (BBKL), deren Entstehen von dem Mitherausgeber der 'Marburger Bibel', L.C. Schefer, initiiert wurde. - In die umfangreichen Kommentare, besonders zum Hohenlied und zur Offenbarung, gingen mystisches und separatistisch-schwärmerisches Gedankengut von Böhme bis Gottfried Arnold ein. - Neu geheftetes und restauriertes Exemplar in professionellem Neueinband. Die ersten Blätter am Bundsteg fachgerecht ergänzt. Einige kleine Randausbesserungen. Ein Blatt am Fußsteg mit papierbedingter Fehlstelle (geringer Textverlust), Bundsteg des letzten Blattes beidseitig hinterlegt, dadurch Buchstabenverlust verso. Vier Blätter mit papierbedingten Fehlstellen an der unteren vorderen Ecke außerhalb des Satzspiegels. - Einige Lagen mit unauffälligen kleineren Wurmspuren im Bundsteg und einzelnen Wurmlöchern, die letzten Lagen mit schwach bräunendem, unauffälligen Wasserrand am Vordersteg. Bis auf einige vereinzelte Stock- und Rostflecken erfreulich sauberes und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar.

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        The Life and Miracles of S. Wenefride; Virgin, Martyr, and Abbess; Patroness of Wales.

      [n.p.], 1712.. Third edition, 12mo, (xvi), 177, (3) pp. Frontispiece, contemporary inscription to paste down with a later signature pasted above it. Contemporary panelled sheep, recently rebacked retaining much of the original backstrip, new morocco label, old inked paper label to foot of spine. Scarce. First published by Caxton in 1485 with a second edition appearing in 1635.

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        Miscellaneous Poems and Translation. [Including The Rape of the Lock]

      London Bernard Lintott at the Cross Keys between the Two Temple Gates in Fleet Street 1712. Cover in VG condition with marbled eps. Contents with neat library stamp on title page and also on pages 211 and 305. Expert repairs to several leaves including title page First Edition Quarter modern calf with marbled board cover 200mm x 120mm (8" x 5"). 320pp; 24pp, [Pages 353-376]; 8pp adverts. Frontispiece engraving by E Kirkall. Includes the first appearance of Alexander Pope's 'The Rape of the Locke. An Heroi-Comical Poem' [pages 353-376.]. Also contains pieces by Dryden, William Broome, Fenton, Prior, Betterton, Southcott and Phillips. Rebound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe/ Zaehndorf.

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        The History of the Old and New Testament,

      Friday-Street. London Bridge. Bible and Ball, in St Paul's Church-Yard. London: Jeremiah Bright. James Brook and John Stuart. James Holland., 1712 4th ed, 2 pls, 5 maps, 252 illustrations. Frontis present, title page with text in red and black inks within double ruled borders, [6], [5] subscribers list, [1], [2] table, 52 pp, 215 pp, 16-52, 253-293 pp, [1], 49, [3], 53-102 pp, 2 pls, 5 maps (double page), 252 illustrations (of 258), some paper repairs to tp, just touching 2 line edges, occasional light browning towards edges, couple of paper tears and chips, hinges strengthened. A very nice copy with the usual pagination errors (Pages 210-293 are also numbered from 1 to 84, with the numbers reversed on some leaves to give odd numbers on verso. P. 216-252 misnumbered 16-52. Final leaf of final sequence reported by CLU = ’Chap. IX. Of the Times that the Prophets lived in.’, which follows from catch word on p.102) 46*30*8 cm & 6.2 kg. The first, second and third editions were all published in 1705 and edited by Richard Blome. Horneck, Church of England clergyman, whose literary output was devoted to working out rules of life for ordinary Christians. See ODNB and for: Blome, cartographer and bookseller.Sieur de Royaumont was the pseudonym for Nicolas Fontaine and this title was originally published as Histoire du Vieux et du Nouveau Testament.

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        Sammenföyede beretninger saavel den danske som den svenske, om hvis imellem den kongl.

      danske orlogs flaade under commando af hans høye excellence general admiral Uldrich Christian Güldenlew, og den svenske orlogs flaade under commando af hans excellence general admiral Hans Wagtmester, udi Øster-Søen er passeret aar 1712. Köpenhamn, Jørgen Matthisøn Godiche, 1713. 4:o. 46,+ (1) s.+ 2 utvikbara grav. planscher. Hårt lagerfläckig och med en kraftig fuktfläck i övre hörnet på s. 35-43. Med marmorerad ryggremsa, insatt i något senare brunt stänkmarmorerat pappomslag. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Bibl. danica III, sp. 283f. Warmholtz 5753, med något annorlunda titel. Innehåller en dansk och en svensk relation över varje enskild händelse under sjöoperationerna, följd av en reflexion över framförallt den svenska relationen. För att skydda en svensk trupptransport till Magnus Stenbock i Rügen genomförde amiral Hans Wachtmeister med sina 24 linjeskepp i augusti 1712 en svensk blockad av de danska hamnarna, så att den danska flottan inte skulle komma ut. På grund av ett missförstånd hävde emellertid Wachmeister blockaden så att den danska flottan under Ulrik Christian Gyldenløve slank ut och lyckades överrumpla den svenska transportflottan. Planscherna visar flottornas förflyttningar

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        Unbetrüglicher Stunden-Weiser. Das ist: eine deutliche curiose Beschreibung aller der Zeit üblichen Sonnen-Uhren nach allerhand Arten auf verschiedenen Flächen Horizont- Vertical- Meridian- Polar- Aequinoctial- Declinir- und Inclinirende, bewegliche, reflectirende und andere dem geneigten Liebhaber zu Gefallen dergestalt vorgetragen, daß er von sich selbsten so wol Geometricè als Arithmeticè, auch durch unterschiedliche Tabellen, den halben Circul und Uhren-Lineal solche wird entwerfen können.

      Doppelblattgroßer gestochener Titel, 71 Kupfertafeln, 8 auf 5 gefalteten Tabellen und zahlreiche Tabellen im Text, (1 Bl.), 403 S., (2 Bl. Register). Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Zweite Ausgabe des erstmals 1702 erschienenen Werkes. - Bibl. Dt. Mus. Libri rari 197; Zinner Instrumente 454; Houzeau-L. 11564; Jöcher III, 737; nicht bei Poggendorff, Roller/Goodman, Sotheran. - J. U. Müller "ein Medicus und Mathematicus zu Nürnberg oder Ulm, florirte zu Ende des 17. Seculi, und schrieb eine Kriegsbau-Kunst; astronomiam compendiariam; von Sonnen-Uhren..." (Jöcher). - Seltenes reich illustriertes Sonnenuhrenbuch. Dem klaren Text entsprechen die anschaulichen oft mit reicher Staffage versehenen Tafeln (169 Figuren). Der gestochene Titel zeigt einen Obelisken als Sonnenuhr in Architekturen. - Sehr sauberes und tadellos erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        kongl.

      rådets och generalens en chef, högwälborne herr grefwens Magni Stenbocks anförande, giorde lyckeliga framsteg, och wid Gadebusch i Mechelburg den 9/20 decemb. 1712. erhållne seger öfwer danska armeen och sachserne. Stockholm, Joh. H. Werner, 1713. 4:o. (8) s. Fläckar. Häftad. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Jmf. Bibl. danica III, sp. 286, för titelvarianten "Utförlig efterrättelse...". Klemming, Sveriges krig, s. 275. Warmholtz 5678. Magnus Stenbocks armés seger över de danska och sachsiska trupperna vid Gadebusch kom att bli det svenska stormaktsväldets sista större seger

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        MISCELLANEOUS POEMS AND TRANSLATIONS. BY SEVERAL HANDS

      London: Printed for Bernard Lintott 1712. London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, 1712.. [8],[5]-320,[2],[355]-376,[8]pp. Octavo. Contemporary panelled calf, rebacked, with much of the original backstrip laid down. Frontis. Some modest foxing and soiling, short tear in lower margin of C2, but a good to very good copy. First edition. The first appearance of Pope's "The Rape of the Lock" (albeit in the two-canto form), along with six other poems by him, two epitaphs by Dryden, and contributions by Prior, Broome, Fenton, et al. A case has been offered that Pope himself edited the collection. GRIFFITH 6. ROTHSCHILD 1565. MACDONALD 59.

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        Sei omelie di nostro Signore papa Clemente Undecimo Esposte in versi da Alessandro Guidi

      Francesco Gonzaga Rome: Francesco Gonzaga, 1712. Extremely rare first edition of this luxuriously illustrated anthology of extracts from papal sermons delivered between 1703-09, in Latin prose and facing Italian verse: an unusual example of Baroque ecclesiastical culture from the pontificate of Clement XI. On the basis of extreme rarity and contents, the volume numbers among those commemorative and honorific volumes which were never sold in the trade, but offered as a ceremonial gift to cardinals, ambassadors, and other important personages—corroborated by the ownership inscription in the present volume by a monsignor during Clement’s papacy. The volume is singular in our experience for its contents. Latin extracts of Clement’s sermons, generally rather brief, are printed on the left side of the page, then freely and somewhat copiously versified in Italian by the poet Guidi. The sparsity of the elegantly printed text leaves positively wasteful margins! Each sermon is preceded by a full-page engraving on the subject of the sermon (the Holy Family adoring the Christ Child for Christmas, the Resurrection for Easter, etc.) designed by Pietro Leone Ghezzi, one of the principal artists in Clement’s retinue, and engraved by Roman engravers generally also associated with Clementine projects (Frey, van Westerhout etc.) The designs were made expressly for the present volume and are echoed, as it were, in a series of initials and vignettes devoted to the same theme; as such, they must have been engraved for the present volume and not simply taken from the printer’s stock.If somewhat overshadowed by Maratti in his lifetime and by his epoch-making role as the first professional caricaturist, Ghezzi (1674-1755) was nonetheless an important painter of religious subjects, who worked on Albani’s most prestigious public projects. The surfaces of Ghezzi’s paintings were considerably less finished than those of Maratti, and he seems more receptive to Venetian color and unfinishedness—thus showing a different aspect of Albani taste. Ghezzi was commissioned in 1712 (the year this book was published) to paint The Election of St. Fabian for the Albani Chapel in S. Sebastiano fuori le Mura. Within the next decade, he helped paint the frescos the ancient basilica of S. Clemente and the nave decoration of St. John Lateran. His portraits, including one of Clement XI, are unusually informal and realistic, possibly due to Ghezzi’s experience at caricature. Alessandro Guidi (1650-1712), who translated the sermons, was a prolific Arcadian poet. OCLC records a single copy (Berkeley), and we locate no additional American copies.. Large 4to. [28 x 20.5 cm], engraved portrait of Clement XI, xvi pp., full-page engraving, 213 pp., including 5 full-page engravings paginated with text. 18th-c. vellum over boards, spine with 5 raised bands and red morocco label, gilt-stamped; covers with large blind-tooled central ornament, blind-tooled filets and ornaments. Short tears at head and foot of spine and a few nicks there. Early inscription on front pastedown mentions Monsignor Bianchini, “Prelato Domestico e Camerario segreto di S. Santita Papa Clem. XI.” Mild finger-soiling in margins of title and a little foxing on some text leaves, but overall a very fine, attractive copy.

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        Posthumous Works . printed from his original Manuscripts. Viz. I. Repertorium: or, the Antiquities of the Cathedral Church of Norwich. II. An Account of some Urnes, &c. found at Brampton in Norfolk, Anno 1667. III. Letters between Sir William Dugdale and

      London: E Curll, 1712.. .. Small 4to Original full calf, raised bands 2 blanks, frontis portrait; title page; preface; xl; 74+ index;56; 8; 64; 1 blank. There are 22 engraved plates, 4 of them folding. Contents lightly browned. Evidence of past worming to rear endpapers (minor).

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        A New Map of Germany, Hungary, Transilvania & the Suisse Cantons, with many Remarks not extant in any map. According to ye newest and most Exact observations

      London: Moll, Midwinter, and Thomas Bowles, 1712 [but c. 1720]. Engraved with period outline colour. Browning at edges, some small marginal tears. 24 1/8 x 39 3/4 inches. 24 7/8 x 40 7/8 inches. Herman Moll clearly undertook the making of this map of Germany with great enthusiasm. With its portrait of the Diet, it suggests Germany, Austria, Hungary and Eastern Europe as far as the Ottoman Empire as a vast confederation, essentially a parliamentary Holy Roman Empire. The complex array of dominions is laid out on a large scale that is quite readable and generally correct.. Moll offers additional information about many regions by naming the resource primarily associated with it, for example, beer with Hamburg and salt with Trieste. Furthermore, he locates many copper, iron and silver mines. It is also an unabashedly English map of the continent in that it includes the route taken by the great general John Churchill (1650-1722) in the 1704 campaign during the War of the Spanish Succession, noting the battles with, of course, the Battle of Blenheim. The map is dedicated to Marlborough and portrays him on his horse crushing his adversaries. The inset view of "the General Diet of the Empire or Parliament..." endeavors to equate the Electoral College with the English Parliament. Over the doorway is a sign which reads, "The Liberty of Germany". "The Publick Good" and "the Comon Necessity" are two figures standing in the doorway. Within is a large gathering of ecclesiastical and secular princes as well as the nine Electors, the most recent addition to the Electorate being the Elector of Hanover, as of 1692. The Elector of Hanover at the time the map was made was to become George I of Great Britain. The present map was part of Herman Moll's magnificent folio work, a New and Compleat Atlas. Moll was the most important cartographer working in London during his era, a career that spanned over fifty years. His origins have been a source of great scholarly debate; however, the prevailing opinion suggests that he hailed from the Hanseatic port city of Bremen, Germany. Joining a number of his countrymen, he fled the turmoil of the Scanian Wars for London, and in 1678 is first recorded as working there as an engraver for Moses Pitt on the production of the English Atlas. It was not long before Moll found himself as a charter member of London's most interesting social circle, which congregated at Jonathan's Coffee House at Number 20 Exchange Alley, Cornhill. It was at this establishment that speculators met to trade equities (most notoriously South Sea Company shares). Moll's coffeehouse circle included the scientist Robert Hooke, the archaeologist William Stuckley, the authors Jonathan Swift and Daniel Defoe, and the intellectually-gifted pirates William Dampier, Woodes Rogers and William Hacke. From these friends, Moll gained a great deal of privileged information that was later conveyed in his cartographic works, some appearing in the works of these same figures. Moll was highly astute, both politically and commercially, and he was consistently able to craft maps and atlases that appealed to the particular fancy of wealthy individual patrons, as well as the popular trends of the day. In many cases, his works are amongst the very finest maps of their subjects ever created with toponymy in the English language. Furthermore, Moll is one of the few mapmakers who merits the term "Innovative". English mapmakers prior to Moll tried to imitate Dutch maps as nearly as possible, whereas Moll seems to have largely disregarded Dutch precedents. Removing all the Baroque stylistic elements, Moll replaced decoration with things that interested him about the places depicted, either pictorially or verbally. And he was right to do so. His notes and illustrations are more interesting than the putti and mythical gods of the late Dutch maps.

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        C. Julii Caesaris quae extant. Accuratissimè cum libris editis & MSS optimis collata, recognita & correcta

      London: Jacob Tonson,, 1712. Accesserunt annotationes Samuelis Clarke. S.T.P. Item indices locorum, rerumque & verborum utilissimae. Tabulis aeneis ornata. Royal folio (488 × 326 mm). Contemporary panelled calf, neatly rebacked and recornered. Double-page engraved title dated 1712 (ESTC notes the existence of copies in which the engraved title is dated 1710, but this is considered as a variant rather than indicative of a distinct state), 2 engraved portraits (one of John Duke of Marlborough by Vertue after Kneller), 6 maps (one hand-coloured in outline), 78 plates and plans, 55 of them double-page or folding, by Huyberts and others (all these sequentially numbered 1 to 87); numerous engraved initials and vignettes to text. Engraved armorial bookplate of William, Lord Cowper (1665–1723), politician and lord chancellor, to front pastedown; modern leather book label. A very good copy. First edition, deluxe issue on large and thick paper, of Samuel Clarke's Caesar, justly regarded as one of the finest examples of eighteenth-century English publishing: "The most sumptuous classical work which this country has produced" (Lowndes). As a scholarly edition, it was highly praised by Addison in the Spectator (no. 367), while the classical scholar and bibliographer Edward Harwood declared it the best edition in his Biographica Classica, 1778. "Although his Caesar achieved elegance mainly through profuse ornament, the typography, nonetheless, has qualities of stateliness and dignity which set the book far above the usual product of the time and place" (Great Books). Its engraved images of ancient British warriors, with elaborately painted bodies, and of Druidical priests and cultic practices like the giant Wicker Man, have entered the popular imagination and have been influential in shaping a distinctly British sense of historical identity. The book is notable for the impressive double-page image of the bison (described in book 6 of De bello gallico) which is liable to be removed as a decorative plate.

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        ?The Whale Fishery, The Sperm Whale ?In a Flurry??

      Currier and Ives?The Whale Fishery, The Sperm Whale ?In a Flurry??New York: 19th CenturyHand-colored lithograph32 1/2? x 39? framed?Yankee? or American whaling began simultaneously with the colonization in America in the 1600s. Early colonial whaling, however, was limited to processing whale carcasses that were found afloat or stranded on beaches. ?Yankee? whalers soon progressed to killing whales near the shore. By the 18th century they were hunting in the ocean. Harvesting of sperm whales began in New England around 1712 and spread to all oceans. Sperm whale oil was considered the highest quality of whale oils, and was used in the finest lamps and candles. The original centers of early American whaling were Nantucket Island, Cape Cod, and eastern Long Island. Nantucket became the most important of the three until about 1830, when New Bedford, Massachusetts, surpassed it. Other American ports with large fleets were Provincetown, Massachusetts; New London, Connecticut; San Francisco; and Sag Harbor, New York. In all, more than 70 American ports sent out whalers. The peak year for the American whaling industry was 1846, when 736 vessels and 70,000 people were engaged in the industry. By the 1880s, the use of steamships and the proximity of whaling grounds brought the rise of San Francisco as a dominant whaling port.A gradual decline in whaling activity, which began in 1847, was hastened by the reduction in the numbers of whales of many species, including right whales, gray whales, and humpback whales due to over-hunting. The decline was also hastened by the introduction of kerosene as a cheap illuminating fuel, the sinking of numerous whaling vessels by Confederate commerce raiders during the American Civil War (1861-1865), and two disasters that destroyed nearly 50 vessels in the Arctic Ocean in the mid 19th century. The last American whaling vessel sailed in 1928. Throughout this period, with few exceptions, whaling was unregulated, limited only by the number of whales and the demand for whale products. This whaling scene, published by Currier and Ives, depicts the hazardous industry of hunting sperm whales, the largest of the toothed whales. The publishing firm of Currier & Ives created the most popular and highly regarded lithographs of quintessentially American scenes ever produced. The quality, vast scope and engagingly populist style of their works have made their names synonymous with an idealistic vision of 19th-century American promise and optimism. Although the artist for this particular scene is unknown, the illustration is of excellent quality and is a highly desirable image.

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        I DISCORSI DI M. PIETRO ANDREA MATTHIOLI SANESE, MEDICO CESAREO, nei suoi sei libbri di Pedacio Dioscoride Anazarbeo della materia Medicinale..., In Venezia, Presso Nicolò Pezzana, 1712.

      Ril. in pergamena coeva, tassello con titolo in oro al dorso, cm 34x23, cc. 76 non numerate, pp 851 su 2 colonne, innumerevoli incisioni. 31 cc. presentano una diffusa ma non intensa brunitura che non ne compromette assolutamente la lettura; le ultime 74 pp presentano una vecchia gora da umidità di modeste dimensioni al bordo inferiore destro, contenute tracce d?uso esterne peraltro ottimo esemplare del celebre erbario, nitidamente impresso.

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        A Full and Impartial Account of the Discovery of Sorcery and Witchcraft, Practis'd by Jane Wenham . . . upon the Bodies of Anne Thorn, Anne Street . . . The Proceedings against Her from Her being first Apprehended, till She was Committed to Gaol [etc.]

      First edition of the immediately popular and oft-reprinted account of England's last trial condemning a witch, the accused known also for "swearing, idleness, thievery, and whoredom", found guilty, and sentenced to be hanged, but then pardoned. ?Original self-wraps, disbound, quite browned and foxed, a usable copy only; 36 pages. Printed for E. Curll . . . in Fleetstreet, London, 1712.

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        OPERE. In questa nuova edizione accresciute, e migliorate.

      In-16 gr. (mm. 197x137 - un vol.: mm. 204x136), 7 voll., mz. pelle coeva (un dorso restaur.), fregi e tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli rossi, contenuti in un astuccio mod. Questa pregevole ediz. è ornata da testate e grandi iniz. figur. a vignetta, inc. in rame; è illustrata sia nel t. (12 tavv.) che f.t. da belliss. inc. in rame di cui: 1 ritratto del Vallisneri e 1 del Redi, 4 pregevoli antiporte (2 per i "Consulti medici", 1 per l'"Arianna", 1 per le "Lettere"), 1 tav. ripieg. con il ritratto del Redi copiato da tre medaglie fatte coniare da Cosimo III in suo onore (nelle quali è celebrato come medico, come filosofo e come poeta) e complessive 62 tavv. relative alla zoologia. Nel ns. esempl. i primi 3 rarissimi voll. sono in "edizione originale", datati 1712. Introdotti da una ?Vita del Redi? di S. Salvini e da una orazione funebre, sono così composti: vol. I: ?Esperienze intorno alla generazione degli insetti. Osservazioni intorno agli Animali Viventi. Osservazioni intorno a' pellicelli del corpo umano. Lettera di G. Cestoni al Vallisneri. Miglioramenti e correzioni? - vol. II: ?Esperienze intorno ad alcune cose naturali. Osservazioni intorno alle vipere. Lettera sopra alcune opposizioni ecc. Osservazioni intorno alle gocciole ecc. Esperienza intorno all'acqua che stagna. Lettera sull'invenzione degli occhiali. Esperienze intorno a' sali fittizi. Lettera di T. Platt. Lettere. Etimologie italiane? - vol. III: ?Bacco in Toscana con le annotazioni, Sonetti, Giunta ai sonetti, Giunta di varie poesie?. La raccolta delle opere è completata da altri 4 voll. (1728-30): sono una ristampa di Gabriello Hertz delle ediz. fiorentine del Manni e contengono le "Lettere familiari" (voll. IV e V) e i "Consulti medici" (voll. VI e VII). Cfr. Prandi "Bibliogr. opere di F. Redi", pp. 32-34: "Difficilmente si trovano tutti i volumi insieme e gli esempl. completi sono rari" - Gamba,836 - Choix de Olschki,VII,9379 cita un'ediz. dell'Hertz, 1742. Una c. restaur. per strappo margin., altrim. fresco esempl., molto ben conservato. .

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        The Spectator. Vol. I-VIII.

      London: Printed for S. Buckley, at the Dolphin in Little-Britain; and J. Tonson, at Shakespear´s - Head over-against Catherine-street in the Strand. 1712-15. 8:o. (8),462; (8),464,(8); (12),464; (8),430,(34 last blank); (8),439,(9); (8),436,(12); (8),467,(9); (12),427,(9) pp. All first edition except Vol. II which is second. Contemporary red english morocco gilt, all edges gilt, panelled sides with corner fleurons, raised bands, gilt tooled panels on spines, inner dentelles. Marbled endpapers. Some of the joints a little cracked but firm. Upper part about 15 mm missing at head of spine Vol IV and very small pieces right corner of spines on Vol. I-III and small piece at foot of spine Vol. VI. A little foxing due to nature of paper, but a very handsome set in nice contemporay state, good margins, some untrimmed leaves. 23 x 15 cm.. The Spectator was originally published as a periodical, then came the first edition in book form in two formats, 12:o and 8:o

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        The Natural History of Northamptonshire, with some account of the Antiquities to which is annexed A Transcript of Doomsday-Book, so far as it relates to that County;

      London, printed for R. Knaplock and R. Wilkin, 1712.. HARDBACK, later quarter-morocco with decoratively blind-embossed calf boards, raised bands, gilt decoration and lettering on spine, pages iv, 551, 46, x, all edges red speckled, 1 large folding map of Northamptonshire, engraved plates 14, sm. folio. (8.75" x 13.5"), bookplate and small stamps for the Law Society, armorial bookplate for "St. John Percivale Baronet, of Burton in the County of Cork in Ireland", on verso of title-page, some minor spotting to end-papers, slight marginal browning, not affecting text, small tear in centre fold of map repaired, covers worn with some loss on fore-edges, spine slightly rubbed, upper hinge splits repaired, otherwise an extremely rare item in fine condition internally. 2.8Kg.

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        Meteorologia Philosophica-Politica, Das ist: Philosophische und Politische Beschreib=und Erklärung der Meteorischen oder in den obern Lufft erzeugten Dinge; In zwölf zerschiednen Aus Meterorologischen Fragen, uns Politischen Schluss=reden bestehenden; wie auch mit zugleich untermischten schönen Sinn=Bildern gezierten...

      Augsburg, Jeremiæ Wolffen, 1712. Folio. Cont. full mottled cal. Raised bands. The gilding on back nearly gone. Back somewhat rubbed. Fine allegorical engraved frontispiece. (4),424,(4) pp. and 83 (numb. 1-83) half-page engravings (Mostly by Kadoriza, but also Sibylle Krausen, Joh. Stridbeck a.others). Light scattered brownspots.. First German edition. The fine half-page emblematic and circular engravings depicts all kinds of weather phenomena and meteorological occurences, as comets, meteors, floods, thunder & lightening, hurricanes, hot-spings etc. and relating them also to fossil and metallic occurrences, all combined to and analogized to actual political phenomena and decisions. "In his examination of comets, which deals with the appearance of every notable comet from 1500 to 1688, Reinzer discusses the predicted political upheavals and other political events that came in their wakes, and asked that Joseph (Emperor Joseph I) be a wise and right ruler". The largest of the 12 dissertations deals with fossils and metals. - Landwehr No. 495

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        Amoenitatum exoticarum politico - physico - medicarum fasciculi, V. quibus continentur variae relationes, observationes & descriptiones rerum Persicarum & ulterioris Asiae, multâ attentione in peregrinationibus per universum orientem, collectae, ab auctore Engelberto Kaempfero, D.

      Lemgoviae, typis & impensis H.W. Meyeri, 1712. (18) + 912 + (32) p. 16 engraved folded plates, 63 one-page engraved plates, 11 engravings in the text. Contemporary half leather with red edges. 23 X 18,5 cm. The first folded engraved plate has a tear, otherwise all the plates are in good condition

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        Das bey denen Schwedischen Kriegen bekriegete Thorn, oder zuverlässige Erzehlung desjenigen, was sich bey dieser Stadt, im Jahr 1629, 1655, 1658 und 1703, in Anfallen, Bloquir- Bombardie- und Belagerungen denckwürdiges zugetragen: Dabey ein nöthiger Anhang zur Thornischen Chronike, ausgefertiget von Jacob Heinrich Zerneken.

      Thorn, Joh. Nicolai, 1712. 4:o. (10),+ 224 s. Titel tryckt i rött och svart. Titelbladet smutsigt och uppfodrat, enstaka fläckar och marginalanteckningar. Sammanbunden med: ZERNECKE, Jacob Heinrich. Das Verpestete Thorn, oder, summarischer Auszug der Pestilentz-Seuchen, womit nach Gottes Willen die Stadt Thorn, von Anfang ihrer Erbauung biss an gegenwärtige Zeiten heimgesuchet ist. Thorn, Johann Christian Laurer / Johann Nicolai, 1710. 4:o. 32 s. Bläckfläck s. 19. Sammanbunden med: ZERNECKE, Jacob Heinrich. Summarischer Entwurff des Beehrten und Gelehrten Thorns. Thorn, Joh. Nicolai, 1712. 4:o. 48 s. Fläckig med en stor fläck s. 3-6 och med rättelser och marginalanteckningar med bläck. Mörkblått marmorerat pappband från slutet av 1800-talet. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. Första arbetet saknar fem inledningsblad och en utvikbar tabell. Warmholtz 5385 för det första arbetet. Första arbetet behandlar tre svenska kungars belägringar av Thorn (Torun) i Polen, Gustav II Adolfs år 1629, Karl X Gustavs 1655 och 1658 och Karl XII:s 1703. Det andra arbetet redogör för alla utbrott av pest i staden från år 1312 till 1630 och det sista innehåller tabeller äver borgmästare, rådsherrar, präster o.s.v. i Thorn. Det första arbetet innehåller på sista sidan rättelser till "Das Verpestete Thorn". Jacob Heinrich Zernecke (1672-1741) var historiker och en tid borgmästare i Thorn. Han är bekant från tumultet i Thorn 1724 (blodbadet i Thorn), där han, till skillnad från sin efterträdare som borgmästare Johann Gottfried Rösner, valde att konvertera till katolicism och därmed undgå avrättning. Staden är annars mest känd som Kopernicus födelseort

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