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2015-03-01 07:21:58
Giannettasio, Nicola Partenio, SJ.
Naples, Michele Luigi Muzio, (1712-)1713.. 4to. 3 vols. (20), 476 pp. (2), 534 pp., final blank. (2), 566 pp., final blank. 19th-century marbled half calf on four raised bands with double giltstamped labels to spine. Marbled endpapers. Edges sprinkled in red.. First edition of this history of Naples, on which the Neapolitan Jesuit N. P. Giannettasio (1648-1715) had been working since 1701. "The author promised a fourth volume, which was never prepared" (cf. De Backer/S.). - Some browning and brownstaining; old marginalia (occasionally slightly trimmed by later binder's knife); old ownerships obliterated from title pages. Prettily bound set from the library of the Ducs de Luynes at the Chateau de Dampierre: their bookplate reproducing the arms of Charles Marie d'Albert de Luynes (1783-1839), 7th Duc de Luynes, on pastedown. Rare. - De Backer/Sommervogel III, 1388, 13. Lozzi 2986. Coleti 213. ICCU NAPE\000447. Fera 1743 ("Rarissimo").
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2015-02-02 22:40:19
Dr Ezekiel Hopkins
London - Richard Smith, 1712 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. An interesting religious text by the late Lord Bishop of Londonderry. First edition. With a portrait of the author to frontispiece. Ezekiel Hopkins (died 1690) was an Anglican divine in the Church of Ireland, who was Bishop of Derry from 1681 to 1690. He was born in Devon, and was educated at Merchant Taylors' School and Magdalen College, Oxford, where he was a chorister from 1648 to 1653, and graduated B. A. in 1655 and M. A. in 1656. After 1660 he was assistant to William Spurstow in Hackney, but he conformed after the Act of Uniformity 1662, becoming a lecturer in London. In 1666, he became minister of St Mary Arches, Exeter. Lord Robartes appointed Hopkins his chaplain on becoming Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1669; in 1670 Hopkins was made bishop of Raphoe. His translation to Derry was in 1681. In 1689 he returned to England, becoming preacher at St Mary Aldermanbury, and dying the next year. Ezekiel Hopkins written legacy includes his Expositions of the Ten Commandments, which remains in print into the modern era. Condition: In a calf binding. Externally, a trifle worn with bumping to corners and cracking to front joint. Internally, firmly bound. Bright with occasional spotting and slight water damage to last few pages. Overall: GOOD ONLY.
Bookseller: Rooke Books
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2015-01-09 15:51:15
London: Printed by John Nott and sold by W. Lewis in Russel-Street, Covent Garden and others, 1712. London: Printed by John Nott and sold by W. Lewis in Russel-Street, Covent Garden and others. Worn condition. Covers worn and detached. Lower board of volume one missing. Prelims loose in all volumes otherwise text block firm. Title pages missing and replaced in typescript to volumes one and three. Browning and age toning throughout. Several fold out illustrations with tears at creases. Eight plates missing from volume 3 [possibly not bound in]. Illustrations generally bright. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland with limited marking. 1712. [First Edition]. Leather cover. 240mm x 180mm (9" x 7"). 746pp; 687pp; 654pp; + index. Volume I: 26 copper plates; Volume II: 12 copper plates; Volume II: 3 [of 11] copper plates. .
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd [United Kingdom]
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2014-12-27 11:36:57
Carter, Samuel
1712. The First English Treatise on the Law of Infants [Carter, Samuel]. The Infants Lawyer: Or the Law (Ancient and Modern) Relating to Infants. Setting Forth Their Priviledges; Their Several Ages for Divers Purposes; Guardians and Prochein Amy, As to Suits and Defences by Them; Actions Brought by and Against Them, With the Manner of Declarations and Pleadings; Fines and Recoveries, And other Matters of Record Suffered or Acknowledged by Them, How Reversible; Conveyances and Specialties, How Bound by Them or Not; Contracts, Promises, &c. Also Treating of Infant-Executors, Administrator Durante Minori Aetate; Actions and Suits Brought by Them and Against Them, With the Manner of Declaring and Pleading. Likewise, Of Devises by and to Infants, Apprentices, Custom of London, And Pleadings, Orphans, Tryals of Infancy, Portions and Legacies, And Resolutions and Decrees at Common Law and Chancery Concerning the Same. With an Appendix of the Forms of Declarations and Pleadings Concerning Infants. With Many Additions of Late Adjudged Cases in Common Law and Chancery; and the Explication of All the Late Statutes Relating to Infants. [London]: Printed by J. Nutt, 1712. [xxiv], 380, [28] pp. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules diced pattern to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed, early hand-lettered title to fore-edge of text block. Moderate toning to text, faint dampspotting in places, repair to fore-edge of title page. Two early owner signatures to title page, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Perforated stamps to titl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2014-12-22 17:36:24
Karl VI. (1685-1740).
. Wien, 6. Oktober 1712. Lateinische Handschrift auf Pergament. 58 x 68 cm. Anrede in Gold. Mit eigenhändiger Unterschrift von Kaiser Karl VI. Mit einem leicht beschädigten Siegel in Holzkartusche mit Kordel. Das wohl links oben vorgesehene Wappen, wurde nicht ausgeführt. Verso mit Stempel "Archiv Joca Vujic in Senta (Kyrill.)". Etwas fleckig. -CHF 2400.00.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Fatzer
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2014-12-12 09:56:58
Nürnberg, Homann, vor 1712.. Altkolorierter Kupferstich, 11 Ansichten auf einem Blatt, Bildausschnitt (gesamt) 48,5 x 56,5 cm, Blattgr. 51 x 60 cm.. Nebehay-Wagner 265/75; Sandler, Johann Baptista Homann, Die Homännischen Erben, Matthäus Seutter und Ihre Landkarten, p. 59, Nr. 79; Fauser 12396; dekoratives Sammelblatt mit 11 Ansichten von Salzburg, zeigt von links nach rechts die Vorderansicht der Kollegienkirche, die Universität, Festung Hohensalzburg, den Hofstall und die Schwemme, Seitenansicht der Kollegienkirche, die Residenz, die Felsenreitschule mit dem Mönchsberg, Vorderansicht des Doms, Schloß Klessheim, Seitenansicht des Doms vom Redidenzplatz mit dem Residenzbrunnen sowie unten rechts die Gesamtansicht aus halber Vogelschau; Ausgabe ohne Privileg, erstmals im 1712 erschienenen "Atlas von Hundert Charten" veröffenticht; Blatt fleckig, unten und links angerändert, Mittelfalz und Einrisse restauriert.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH
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2014-12-04 15:04:02
Quincy, John; Santorio, Santorio; (Sanctorius)
William Newton, London, 1712. lvi, 312pp, rebound in modern calf, raised bands, spine in six panels, morocco title label to second panel, date in gilt to foot of spine, covers bordered with single fillet, with central panel all in blind. Spine slightly faded, covers unevenly faded, slightly rubbed. Internally lightly browned and slightly foxed throughout, pages of signature X have been repeated, previous owners name to title. Engraved frontispiece and one folding plate. The first edition of Quincy's translation. ESTC T100344, Wellcome IV:458 Size: 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Zetetic Books [Berkhamsted, United Kingdom]
2014-11-26 17:48:20
FONTAINE, Nicolas). Par le sieur de Royaumont, prieur de Sombreval [Isaac-Louis Le Maistre de Sacy]
Paris: Chez Pierre le Petit, 1712. Nouvelle édition. Folio (9.5" x 14.25"). [16], 552pp., illustrated with copperplate engravings. Text in French. Bound in later full leather by Otto Mintzlaff, gilt decorated, marbled endpapers, edges stained red. Mintzlaff's stamp is on the front pastedown, later small ink presentation on the front fly leaf. The front joint is split, small mended tear at the crown, two preliminary "Avertissement" text pages are soiled, the upper right corner and fore-edge of the second Avertissement leaf is partially damaged, and a few short tears to the upper right corner and margin of about three other leaves, else very good. The many fine copperplate engravings throughout the text are bright and clean. A scarce, early folio edition of Fontaine's classic retelling of the Scripture in prose for children. Commonly known by his pseudonym as the *Bible of Royaumont*, this copy is also notable for the high artistic quality of its engravings. Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2014-11-16 19:35:14
Elisabeth Charlotte, Herzogin von Orleans, genannt Liselotte von der Pfalz (1652-1722).
O. O. u. D.. 1 S. Qu.-schmal-8vo.. Mit altem Sammlervermerk am unteren Blattrand der Recto-Seite: "Schluß d. Briefes vom 19. März 1712, geschr. v. Versailles aus, der Elisabeth Charlotte, Herz. v. Orleans 1722. Luise [...]". - Sehr selten.
Bookseller: Kotte Autographs GmbH
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2014-11-13 22:19:11
John Arbuthnot
London: Printed for John Morphew [imprints vary], 1712. Contemporary blind panelled calf, the joints cracking but holding, browning, the top margin cut close (legibility not affected); a good copy All but one of Arbuthnot's "celebrated production", credited with imprinting John Bull on the English conscience, his "ingenious and witty attack" on English politics and law cast in the form of a fictitious lawsuit with Bull (England) as plaintiff
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
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2014-11-09 19:14:14
DITTON, Humphry
B. Tooke and D. Midwinter, London 1712 - Small 8vo, Pagination: pp. xvi, 1-48, 49-50 absent but text continuous, 51-164, 167-168, 165-166, 171-172, 169-170, 6 plates, 173, [1]. Ditton (1675-1715) was a mathematician, and master of a new mathematical school at Christ's Hospital for which this book was written. With William Whiston he derived an impracticable scheme for the determination of longitude by the firing of a shell set to explode at a certain height. He published several other noted works including "The General Laws of Nature and Motions" (London, 1705, a commentary on Newton's "Principia"), and (with Whiston), "A New Method for Discovering the Longitude both at Sea and Land." (London, 1714). Our copy of "A Treatise of Perspective" is complete, with Errata page, although some of the latter pages are bound out of order. The last part of the book is "An Appendix containing a brief Account of some Things of Use, in the Art of Perspective", and includes comments and suggstions on stage design, "lights and shadows", "pictures in pictures", etc. The last page of the book contains an advertisement. The book is dedicated to Francis Nicholson "General of Her Majesty's Forces in North America". On the blank page, on the reverse of the dedication page, a 19th century former owner has practiced his signature. There is a signature to the bottom margin of the title page. The text shows some foxing, mainly to the margins. The six folding plates are foxed and have been repaired by our conservator. Our master binder has hand-tooled a geometrical design from one of the plates on to t … [Click Below for Full Description]
2014-11-04 11:46:19
Amsterdam, Pierre Mortier, & Pierre Brunel/Pseaumes: Amsterdam, Herman Uytwerf 1712/Pseaumes: 1729. H. 25,5 x B. 21 x D. 8,5 cm. (frontispiece, 6) 880, 158, 283 (4), 282 p. Contemporary Leather, 4° (with gilt 'L'Eglise Walonne 1776 on front cover. Occas. stains, spine repaired, new endpapers, missing frontispice and last page off the formulars behind the psalms).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo
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2014-10-30 11:40:00
London, Printed by Geo. James, 1712. 4to (252 x 200mm). pp.(16), 218, (2), with 32 double- or folded plates. Contemporary calf, richly gilt spine in 6 compartments with red gilt lettered label, sides with gilt borderlines with coronet corner-pieces (old repair to hinges). Rare first English edition of Dezallier d'Argenville's 'La théorie et la pratique du jardinage', which was published anonymously in 1709 like the present first English edition. The most important work on garden design in the eighteenth century, with plates after designs by Alexandre Le Blond. The work popularized the manner of Le Nôtre and his school in the laying out of ornamental gardens: parterres, bosquets, fountains, basins, and cascades. André Le Nôtre (1613-1700) designed or redesigned the gardens of Versailles, the Tuileries and Fontainebleau. The book ran to 11 editions, in three languages. "The English version of d'Argenville's work first appeared in London in 1712. The translator was the noted London architect John James. It is well produced on good quality paper and profusely illustrated, the plates being the same as those in the original French work, but re-engraved by Michael van der Gucht. 'The theory and practice of gardening' deals fully with the design and formation of fine gardens, commonly called pleasure-gardens. [and] must have been the inspiration of many formal gardens designed in England during the early part of the eighteenth century."(Henry II, p. 493-495). A fine copy in a beautiful contemporary binding of noble provenance.Henry 1426 & II pp. 491-495. [Attributes: First Edition; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2014-10-20 21:04:21
Bradford Smith
Elsevier, 2014-04-28. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Pub Date: 2014-04-28 Pages: 1712 Language: English Publisher: Elsevier Large Animal Internal Medicine. 4th Edition features a problem-based approach with discussions of over 150 clinical signs This is the first internal medicine reference that enables you to efficiently. diagnose horses. cattle. sheep. and goats based on clinical observation and laboratory and diagnostic testing. With this user-friendly format. you can find essential information about specific diseases and reach a diagnosis b... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.
Bookseller: cninternationalseller
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2014-10-14 20:59:10
Cooke, Edward, Capt.:
London. 1712.. Two volumes. [24],456,[10, Index],[2, ads]pp. plus three folding maps and seventeen plates (numbered 1-16, plus one unnumbered plan); [8],xxiv,328,[8, Index]pp. plus five charts (three folding), two plates, three folding tables, and numerous woodcuts in the text. Contemporary paneled calf, expertly rebacked. Faded contemporary ink ownership inscription to front free endpaper of volume two, front flyleaf of volume two repaired, minor scattered foxing. Very good. In a custom half morocco slipcase. First edition of both volumes. Cooke was commander of one of the ships in the buccaneering expedition of Capt. Woodes Rogers which circumnavigated the globe, visited the coast of California in 1709, and preyed on Spanish shipping on the west coast of South America. There is an account of California, with a plate showing a native of the region. The expedition also put in at the island of Juan Fernandez, where they discovered the castaway, Alexander Selkirk, the prototype for Robinson Crusoe. The second volume includes a description, taken from a Spanish manuscript, of the west coast of America from Tierra del Fuego to California. A rush to issue an account of this voyage developed between the publishers of this narrative and that of Woodes Rogers. The first volume above is distinguished from the second edition by not having a volume number on the titlepage and having the text that was later duplicated in the second volume. An important buccaneering and Pacific voyage. HILL 372. HOWES C733, "b." SABIN 16303. NMM 1:99. WAGNER SPANISH SOUTHWEST 77. STREETER SALE 2427.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2014-10-14 20:59:10
COOKE, Edward
London: B. Lintot and R. Gosling, A. Bettesworth and W. Innys, 1712. Octavo, with two folding maps and eighteen plates and plans; early panelled calf, in excellent condition including folding aerial plan of the Peruvian capital Cusco. William Dampier's last voyage. First edition of a famous English buccaneering voyage, prepared to beat Woodes Rogers' personal account to the market. This cruise was the last voyage of William Dampier: 'the expedition of 1709 and 1710 had been proposed by Dampier, but he 'was in such reduced circumstances as to engage himself [as] pilot on board the Duke' (Burney). Cooke was second captain on the {i Dutchess} which accompanied Captain Woodes Rogers's {i Duke} on a privateering voyage around the world. Amongst the work's wealth of detail are an account of the sacking of Puna and Guyaquil, the taking of an Acapulco prize ship, and a full translation (including extensive woodcut illustrations of coastal profiles) of a captured Spanish manuscript, effectively being a coasting pilot for the American coast from Tierra del Fuego to California. This was not printed in Rogers's account. Of great interest is the large and detailed folding map of the Amazon river and her tributaries. Cooke claims the map was drawn in 1707 by Jesuits and discovered aboard a Prize captured around that time (he does not specify if this occured during the cruising voyage of the {i Duke} and {i Dutchess).} It was on this voyage that the Scot Alexander Selkirk - the original for Defoe's {i Robinson Crusoe} - was picked up, and this work cont … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books
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2014-10-11 21:14:30
[Society for the Propagation of the Gospel]:
London: Printed by Joseph Downing, 1712.. [2],66pp. Small quarto. Antique-style three-quarter speckled calf and marbled boards, gilt morocco label. Text trimmed a bit close, shaving the bottom of five words on one page. Some light foxing. Very good. From the Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, with bookplate on front pastedown. Second edition of this collection, after the first of 1706. The Society was charged with propagating the gospel in many far-flung regions, including to the Indians of the British colonies in North America and to blacks in the West Indies. Included is the charter granted the Society by King William III, the Society's request for fit ministers to be sent abroad, a description of the qualifications of such ministers, the standing orders of the Society, and instructions for clergy and schoolmasters as to how they should comport themselves when on their missions. One chapter is devoted to prayers for schools in America. The final two chapters give a list of the members of the Society and a "Catalogue of the Missionaries Library." EUROPEAN AMERICANA and OCLC together locate only six copies of this second edition. A scarce and informative volume on the operations and philosophy of this important missionary organization. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 712/205. OCLC 228754493, 54182866, 460606759. SABIN 85934 (note).
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2014-10-11 20:44:54
CRUQUIUS, N[icolaas] and J[acob]
[1712]., Delft. Cruquius's large wall map of the Delft Region Oblong folio, (530 by 690mm), title, key sheet, and 25 engraved maps, lacking two title plates, half-calf over brown marbled paper boards. Beautifully engraved map, a reduced from of the wall map, of 't Hooge Heemraedschap van Delfland prepared by Nicolaas and Jacob Kruikius. Decorated with the Delfland coat of arms supported by 2 allegorical figures in its centre: 10 large coats of arms of the water district officials down the left and right sides, an elaborate compass rose (north above right): and pastoral scenes. It shows every city, town and village.The compass rose is remarkable, with a globe at its centre showing Africa, Europe and parts of Asia and South America: with gods representing the sun, moon and planets in the other seven: and a celestial map with figures representing signs of the zodiac between the points.The Delfland dike and water authorities commissioned the surveyors Nicolaas (1678-1754) and Jacob Kruikius (1684-1706) to produce the present map in 1701, and they devoted more than a decade to the task. By the mid-century only one of the original dike and water authorities remained in office. The main map was not revised, but the overview map was replaced with a newly drawn and engraved one, ordered in 1750. °Postma, Kruikius\' Kaart van Delfland 1712
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2014-10-04 17:44:48
Cracas,, (Roma, 1712. Cm. 26, pp. 96. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a nervi. Esemplare genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione, stampato su carta di ottima qualità. esemplare comportante un'etichetta di possesso a stampa: March. Manfredo Trecchi. Melzi (I, 300) ci informa che l'autore fu lo stesso Tedeschi, Vescovo di Lipari. Rara dissertazione storico-religiosa. Una sola copia censita in Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2014-09-27 13:34:44
De Prosperis, Giuseppe
Romae : Typis, & Sumptibus Josephi Nicolai De Martiis, Prope Templum Sanctae Mariae Pacis, 1712 (Romae : Typis, & Sumptibus Josephi Nicolai De Martiis, Prope Templum Sanctae Mariae Pacis). Full contemporary analine calf, recased. Raised bands with a gilt-blocked Morocco label; compartments uniformly and elaborately tooled in gilt. An uncommonly well-preserved example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 405 pages; Folio. Subjects; Santa Sede : Sacra romana rota. Signatures Segn. : pigreco2 [paragrafo]2 a-d4 A-3I4 3K2. Title in red and black. Papal device (Clemente XI; dedicatee) to the title. Wood-block historiated initials. 4 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Galway, Ireland]
2014-09-26 10:19:35
Pope, Alexander
Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company [USA]
2014-09-26 10:19:35
Printed for Bernard Lintott at the Cross-Keys Between the Two Temple Gates in Fleetstreet, London 1712 - Pp. [8], 322, 321-376, [8[ - adverts, [2], 377-424 (text continuous despite pagination). Engraved frontispiece, contains half-title. Modern, period rebinding in blind-framed full calf, 5 raised bands with gilt and blind compartments, gilt-stamped leather spine label, marbled endpapers. Three previous owner's signatures with dates to front blank, another signature of Anna Hall to B3 or page 5 and again at the final page 424. Occasional light stains to text, otherwise a very good, clean copy. Contains a number of poems by Alexander Pope, including the first printing of "The Rape of the Locke" in two cantos. The whole probably edited by Pope. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Contact Editions, ABAC, ILAB [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2014-09-26 10:19:35
Pope, Alexander
Bookseller: Manhattan Rare Book Company, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2014-09-25 20:12:04
Pope, Alexander and others
London: Bernard Lintott at the Cross Keys between the Two Temple Gates in Fleet Street. 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. 1712. 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. .
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd
2014-09-18 16:05:53
Swift, Jonathan, et al
London: Various publishers, 1711-1712. 1 vols. 8vo. The pamphlets are as follows: [SWIFT, Jonathan.] THE CONDUCT OF THE ALLIES, and of the late ministry, in beginning and carrying on the present war . . . The second edition, corrected. London, printed for John Morphew ... 1711. Second edition, 96 pp. Teerink 539. [HARE, Francis.] THE ALLIES AND THE LATE MINISTRY DEFENDED AGAINST FRANCE. And the present friends of France. In answer to a pamphlet entitled, The Conduct of the Allies. Part I ... The third edition, corrected. London, printed for Egbert Sanger ... 1712. Third edition. 48 pp. Teerink 1041. [HARE, Francis.] THE ALLIES AND THE LATE MINISTRY DEFENDED AGAINST FRANCE ... Pare II ... London: printed for A. Baldwin ... 1711. First edition, [iv], 71 pp. Teerink 1041. [HARE, Francis.] THE ALLIES AND THE LATE MINISTRY DEFENDED AGAINST FRANCE ... Part III ... London: printed for A. Baldwin ... 1711. First edition, [iv], 74, [2] blank. pp. Teerink 1041. [HARE, Francis.] THE ALLIES AND THE LATE MINISTRY DEFENDED AGAINST FRANCE ... Part IV ... London: printed for E. Sanger ... 1712 ... First edition, 84 pp. Teerink 1041. A FULL ANSWER TO THE CONDUCT OF THE ALLIES: to which is added, Some Observations on the Remarks on the Barrier Treaty. By the same author. London: printed in the year 1712. First edition, 95 pp.Teerink 1044. [SWIFT, Jonathan.] SOME REMARKS ON THE BARRIER TREATY, between Her Majesty and the States-General. By the author of the Conduct of the Allies ... London, printed for John Morphew .. 1712. First edition, 48 pp. Teerink 559. REMARKS UPON REMARKS: or the Barri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2014-09-12 09:49:59
[Arbuthnot, John]
London: Printed for John Morphew, 1712. First edition. 37, [3] pp[; [8] pp (Key). 1 vols. 8vo. ESTC T38599. Modern boards. Near fine.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2014-09-12 09:49:59
[Arbuthnot, John]
London: printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1712. First edition. 24 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Enter John Bull. The first of the famous series of "John Bull" pamphlets by Arbuthnot, who invented the figure which became England's national symbol. Rothschild 38; ESTC T114789. Modern boards. Title a bit spotted, overall very good.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2014-09-10 18:50:46
Lemgoviae [Lemgo], Henrici Wilhelmi Meyeri, 1712. 4to. In contemporary half calf with gilt lettering to spine. Wear to extremities, corners bumped and boards with loss of paper. Tear to plate verso of p. 36 (Talari Tawiléh). Plate verso of p. 332 (Inscriptio Persepolitana) with loss of paper in lower right corner. Small wormholes in upper inner margin from p. 842 and throughout, not affecting text. Otherwise internally a very fine, clean and complete copy with all 91 plates present. 2 blanks, (20), 912, (32), 2. blanks pp. + 17 folded plates. [Complete with a total of 91 engravings: 17 folded plates, 63 one-page plates, 11 engravings in text].. First edition of Kaempfer's landmark work - the only account of his observations to be published during his lifetime - constituting the first fundamental work on Japan to be based on autopsy and study of the sources" (Henze). Furthermore it represents the very first flora of Japan:" [...] an extremely important work botanically because of Fasc. V which describes and illustrates the plants of the Orient. Here is pictured for the first time for Western eyes such a flower as the Camellia, under its Japanese name Tsubaki." (Hunt).The present work predates Kaempfer's famous posthumously published "History of Japan" by more than 15 years, effectively being the first Western description of the highly secluded Japan. For the first time Westerners were introduced to the electric eel, acupuncture and moxibustion; Linné praised the work and adopted many of Kaempfer's plant name and Montesquieu - the first person in 18th-century France to attemp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2014-09-08 16:32:19
Beutel Tobias
. . Vgl. Bibl. Dt. Mus., Libri rari, 038 (2 frühere Ausg.) - ADB II, 587 ff. - Poggendorff I, 181. - Kleines, aber umfassendes Handbuch zum Feldmessen.- Etw. gebr., tls. stockfl. Vors. u. Front. verso von alter Hand beschrieben. Tit. im unt. Rand etw. knapp beschn.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2014-09-01 12:04:30
(Boisguilbert, Pierre le Pesant de):
A Brusselle, Chez George de Backer, 1712.. Tit., 244 S.; Tit., 234; (235)-250 S., kl.okt., Ldr., etw. berieben. *** Sonderangebot: dieses Antiquariat bietet ZVAB-Kunden einen Umzugsrabatt von 50% auf sämtliche Preise. Preis ohne Nachlass EUR: 1.850.-. Carpenter; Bestsellers VIII 19. WWE 1983, 43: 1695. - Dritte Ausgabe, zweite und letzte Gesamtausgabe, hier mit dem Supplement. - "... der einzige und wahre Vorläufer der Physiokraten ..." (Oberfohren 96). >I. Le Detail de la France. La cause de la diminution de ses Biens, & la facilite du Remede, en fournissant en un mois tout l'Argent dont le Roi a besoin, & enrichassant tout le Monde. - Traite du Merite Et des lumieres de ceux que l'on appelle Gend habiles dans la France, ou grands Financiers. - Traite de la Nature, Culture, Commerce & Interet des Grains, tant par raport au Public, qu'a toutes les conditions d'un Etat. - II. Factum de la France. - Memoire, Qui fait voir en abrege, que plus le Bleds sont a vil prix, plus les Pauvres sont miserables, ainsi que les Riches, qui seuls les font subsister; & que plus il fort de Grains du Royaume, & plus on se garantit d'une Cherte extraordinaire. - Sentence Du Chatelet De Paris, Qui Fixe Le Prix Du Pain. Du sixieme Mai 1649. De Par Le Roi, Et Monsieur le Prevot de Paris, ou son Lieutenant Civil. Causes de la Rarete de l'Argent, & Eclaircissement des mauvais Raisonnements du Public a cet egard. - Dissertation De la nature des Richesses, de l'Argent & des Tributs, ou l'on decouvre la fausse idee qui regne dans le Monde a l'egard de ces trois Articles. - Suplement du Detail de la Fra … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-08-19 09:02:52
Keill, Jo. WITH Picolo [Piccolo] WITH Derham, William WITH Leeuwenhoek, Anthony van WITH Hauksbee, Francis
FIRST EDITION OF JOHN KEILL'S PAPER "ON THE LAWS OF CENTRIPEDAL FORCES" COMMUNICATING A THEOREM DEVELOPED BY NEWTON AS WELL AS KEILL'S CONSEQUENTIAL OPINION ON THE LEIBNIZ/NEWTON CALCULUS CONTROVERSY. The Phil Trans is the oldest continuously published journal of an academy of science. As such, the Phil Trans established the important principles of scientific priority and peer review that have become the central foundations of scientific journals ever since. Works in every field of science are present; in addition to that of Keill, there are important works by Derham, Leeuwenhoek, Hauksbee, and Piccolo and Kino. More importantly, however, wading in to the Leibniz v. Newton debate on the discovery of the new calculus, Keill would level the charge that Leibniz made only cosmetic changes to Newton's calculus theorems before presenting them as his own. Though the disagreement raged, Keill greatly upped the anti with his publication of this paper. Keill wrote: "All of these laws follow from the now highly celebrated arithmetic of fluxions which Mr. Newton, without any doubt, first invented, as anyone who reads his letters published by Wallis can readily determine... yet the same arithmetic, under a different name and method of notation, was afterwards, published by Mr. Leibniz in the Acta Eruditorum." Keill claimed that Leibniz only changed the name and the mode of notation. Offended, "Leibniz complained to the secretary of the Royal Society of bad treatment and requested the interference of that body to induce Keill to disavow the intention of imputing fraud. John K … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2014-08-04 10:05:38
Moll, Heinrich
London ca. 1712. Karte von den Niederlanden, Prachtvolle Karte mit Teilkarten von Luxemburg, Frankreich und einem Befestigungsplan, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 61 x 100. Zustand: Faltstellen z.T. restauriert
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2014-07-21 18:51:15
ROGERS, Captain Woodes
London: Printed for A. Bell and B. Lintot, 1712. Octavo, five folding maps including the frontispiece, old ownership inscription to title page, bookplates; a good copy in old dark calf, rebacked with most of original spine laid down. Dampier's last voyage. First edition of one of the classics of British buccaneering, a great adventure story and an important Pacific voyage account which is 'very rare' (Borba de Moraes). Despite its relevance to Dampier, who sailed as pilot on this privateering expedition which crossed the Pacific to Asia, this work was not included in the 1729 collected works, making this an appealing addition for owners of that set (see catalogue number 121). Rogers great success was the capture of the Manila galleon at Puerto Seguro, but he also rescued Alexander Selkirk - the prototype for Robinson Crusoe - from Juan Fernandez Island. Rogers' eye-witness account is rich in stirring adventure and gives a wonderfully atmospheric account of the buccaneering life, not hesitating to show himself as a tough captain controlling an errant crew. Although the cruise amassed tremendous loot, conflict between Rogers' and his men dragged on for years in the courts, and Dampier never lived to see his share, dying in 1715. The work also contains and important early description of California (pp. 279-312). The significant 56-page Appendix, with four folding charts, is sub-titled 'A Description of the Coast, Roads, Harbours, Rocks, Shoals, Islands, Capes, Makings of Land, Courses and Distances, from Acapulco… to the Island of Chiloe… … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books
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2014-07-21 11:56:37
. Papier 47.5x35.5 cm / Holzrahmen unter Glas 55x45cm, von Hand in rot und grüner Tinte gezeichnete und mit schwarzer Tinte ausgefüllte Tabelle auf einem Papierbogen. Schönschrift mit kalligraph. Initialen in roter Tinte. Jede Spalte steht für einen Kanton: Zürich, Bern, Luzern, Uri, Schwyz, Unterwalden, Zug, Glarus, Appenzell. Ein reparierter Riss oben in der Mitte u. 2 kl. Flecken, ansonsten guter Zustand.. Das Rheintal war im Ancien Regime eine sog. Gemeine Herrschaft und wurde abwechselnd jedes Jahr von einem anderen Kanton regiert. Die Namen der Amtmänner und ihr Regierungsjahr sind aus der Tabelle ersichtlich, wobei Appenzell zu Anfang nur zugewandter Ort war und Bern erst nach dem 4. Landfrieden (1712) einen Vogt stellte (die Spalte blieb fast leer).Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.
Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.
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2014-07-19 13:09:05
Moll, Heinrich
London 1712. Karte zeigt gesamt Deutschland mit Ungarn, Transilvanien , Slavonien und Schweiz, mit Darstellung eines Gerichtshofes, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 60,5 x 99. Zustand: Faltstellen z.T. restauriert
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2014-07-19 13:09:05
Moll, Heinrich
London ca. 1712. Karte zeigt gesamt Deutschland mit Ungarn, Transilvanien , Slavonien und Schweiz, mit Darstellung eines Gerichtshofes, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 60,50 x 99. Zustand: Faltstellen z.T. restauriert
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2014-07-11 05:56:12
, 1712. 1712. The First English Treatise on the Law of Infants [Women]. The Laws Respecting Women, As They Regard Their Natural Rights, Or Their Connections and Conduct; In Which Their Interests and Duties as Daughters, Wards, Heiresses, Spinsters, Sisters, Wives, Widows, Mothers, Legatees, Executrixes, &c. Are Ascertained and Enumerated: also, the Obligations of Parent and Child, And the Condition of Minors. The Whole Laid Down According to the Principles of the Common and Statute Law, Explained by the Practice of the Courts of Law and Equity, And Describing the Nature and Extent of the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction. In Which are Inserted a Great Variety of Curious and Important Decisions in the Different Law Courts, And the Substance of the Trial of Elizabeth Duchess Dowager of Kingston, On an Indictment for Bigamy, Before the House of Peers, April 1776. In Four Books. [London]: Printed by J. Nutt, 1712. [xxiv], 380, [28] pp. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind rules to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed, early hand-lettered title to fore-edge of text block. Moderate toning to text, faint dampspotting in places, internally clean. Ex-library. Perforated stamps to title page and following leaf. A solid copy in a handsome binding. * Only edition. This is one of the ealiest books on the English law concerning women. Holdsworth holds this book in high regard and considers it the best of the early books on the subject. It is cast in four books. The first book deals with the personal status of women, marriage law and the se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2014-07-02 04:28:27
Juncker, Christian :
Jena, Bielcken, 1712... die Nahmen der alten Teutschen Völker, Creyse, Wälder, Berge, item die Nahmen der Teutschen Völker in den mitlern Zeiten .auf eine curieuse Art betrachtet werden. Mit gestochenem Portrait, 11 Blatt, 664 Seiten, 46 Blatt, Pergamentband der Zeit, 21 x 18 cm,. Einband etwas angestaubt, innen einige Lagen etwas gebräunt, sonst sauber. "Junckers bleibender Beitrag für die Geschichtswissenschaft... Mit umfassendem Blick sieht er das Mittelalter, das Problem seiner Bewertung, die Lage seiner Erforschung und die Aufgaben der Mediävistik seiner Zeit" (NDB).
Bookseller: Antiquariat H. Carlsen
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2014-06-22 07:01:58
Weaver, John
London: Jacob Tonson at Shakespear's Head, 1712. London: Jacob Tonson at Shakespear's Head, 1712. Hardcover. No jacket. Boards are marked and scored. Leading corners, edges and spine ends are worn and bumped. Page block is tanned. Ink marks on front pastedown. FEP is detached from binding. Lower edge of page 2 is chipped. Two centimetre tear on lower edge of page 33. Four centimetre tear on upper edge of page 57. Nicks on lower edge of page 91 and leading edge of page 105. Page 113 is chipped. Pages are marked and slightly warped. Hinge is visible on pastedowns. Binding is intact, contents are clear. AM . hardcover. Good/No Dust Jacket. Used.
Bookseller: PsychoBabel & Skoob Books
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2014-06-02 06:40:45
Montecalerio Ioannis
Emilia Romagna 1712 - Raffigurazione del territorio emiliano e regioni confinanti. Tra le località raffigurate: Sestri, La Spezia, Sarzana, Pontremoli, Piacenza, Cremona, Busseto, Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena, Ferrara. La carta è corredata da un foglio in cui sono riportati alcuni dati riferiti alla regione raffigurata. Per questa edizione della "Chorographica descriptio provinciarum et conventuum.", curata dal ministro provinciale di Milano Giovanni Battista da Cassine su espressa richiesta del Ministro Generale Agostino da Latisana, le tavole furono nuovamente incise con un disegno generale e coordinate geografiche del tutto differenti dalle precedenti edizioni. Gli incisori delle carte di questa edizione sono Simone Durello ed il padre cappuccino Michelangelo de Dinant. mm 214x320
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini
2014-06-01 14:40:03
VERANI Gaetano Felice (Nizza 1647-Vercelli 1713)
AUGUSTA VINDELICORUM & FRANCOFURTI, JOANNIS CASPARI BENCARD, 1712 2 volumi In-folioLegatura in pelle di scrofa su assicelle con ricche impressioni a secco, titolo e numero di tomo manoscritti al dorso, tagli blu, tracce di bindelle con fermagli deperditi. I volume: elegante antiporta figurata da un dipinto di J. A. Kump; frontespizio con titolo in rosso e nero e marca tipografica incisa; 14 pagine non numerate per dedicatoria ed elenchi; 828 pagine numerate; 42 pagine non numerate di indici. II volume: 1 carta bianca frontespizio con titolo e marca tipografica incisa; 16 pagine non numerate per dedicatoria, avviso e indici; 849 pagine numerate; 59 pagine non numerate di copiosi indici; testo latino su doppia colonna. Seguono 4 pagine di altro volume ripiegate ai bordi perchè di formato maggiore con frontespizio "Virtus de core coronata triumphat. 1717". Monografia di erudizione, per opera di questo teologo, teatino, lettore dell'Ordine a Bologna, a Roma e in San Gaetano a Monaco. Oltre alla presente opera scrisse: Philosophia Universalis Speculativa, Theologia Speculativa Dogmatica et Moraliis, Iuris Canonici Universalis Commentarius, De Humanibus Affectibus, Theologia Polemica. La prima edizione dell'opera in esame venne pubblicata a Messina nel 1670. Esemplare complessivamente in buone condizioni, sciupatura con piccola mancanza centrale al piatto anteriore del I volume, lievi sporadiche fioriture.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C
2014-05-29 14:03:39
Frankfurt, Johann David Zunners Erben und Johann Adam Jung, 1712.. 2 Bl., 168, 18 (recte 36) S., 2 Bl., 10 S., 36 (recte 34) S., 3 Bl., 14 S.; 2 Bl., 92 S., 5 Bl., 14 S. Mit 19 Kupfertafeln (davon 6 gefaltet), 1 Textkupfer und 1 (statt 4) schematischen Plan. Fol. (38 x 24,5 cm). Halbpergament der Zeit mit Marmorpapierbezügen.. Detailliertes Festbuch mit schönen Tafeln zu Einzug und Krönung Karls VI. (1685-1740) in Frankfurt, darunter die Ansicht des vollbesetzten Römerbergs. - Die Reihenfolge der einzelnen Teile variiert in Vergleichsexemplaren, hier folgendermaßen gebunden: Vollständiges Diarium (2 Bl., 168, 18 (recte 36) S.); Johann Georg Pritius, Die Höchstfeyerliche Einweyhung (2 Bl., 10 S.); Wahl-Capitulation Caroli des VI. (36 (recte 34) S.); Pritius, Der Mit Himmlischer Weißheit Höchstgesegnete Carl der Sechste (3 Bl., 14 S.); Continuatio diarii nebst Appendix (2 Bl., 92 S., 5 Bl., 14 S.). - Die Continuatio komplett mit den zehn Porträt-Tafeln (die Kurfürsten mit kleinen Ansichten der Residenzstädte) und den prächtigen Tafeln zu den Festlichkeiten (Einzug, Krönung, Bankett, Huldigung; die beiden Einzugskupfer als eine große Falttafel montiert), es fehlen lediglich die drei Schematafeln zum Diarium. - Leicht gebräunt, vor allem in den breiten Rändern stockfleckig, die Innengelenke etwas aufgeplatzt, Bindung aber fest, vorderer Innendeckel mit Exlibris. Einband leicht bestoßen und angestaubt, die Deckelbezüge beschabt. Gutes Exemplar. *Lipperheide Sba 26. Ornamentstichsammlung Berlin 2875 (inkomplett).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel
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2014-05-28 03:36:50
TESAURO Emanuele (Torino 1591 - 1675) - GIROLDI Giovan Pietro - FERRERO DI LAURIANO Francesco Maria
IN TORINO, PER BARTOLOMEO ZAPPATA, 1679; IBIDEM, NELLA STAMPA DELLI FRATELLI ZAPPATA, 1712 2 volumi In-folio - Legatura coeva in piena pelle color avana maculata; dorso a sette nervi rilevati, decorato alle caselle con fiore a losanga entro riquadro con fregi, recante tasselli con titolo e indicazione del numero di tomo, ai piatti bordura con angoli floreali e fregio centrale il tutto impresso in oro; tagli rossi. Antiporta figurata incisa su matrice di rame - (12) - 514 - (22); antiporta figurata identica a quella del primo volume - (14) - 811 - (21) pagine numerate, compresi, i frontespizi con marca tipografica silografata (ripetizione della marca e dei dati tipografici all'ultima facciata del I tomo). Testo in lingua italiana. Grandi capilettera decorati a racemi e sontuosi fregi tipografici, il tutto impresso a silografia. Due illustrazioni nel testo del II tomo, incise su matrice di rame da Tasnière: la prima (p. 447) raffigurante il recto e il verso dell'ostia del Miracolo eucaristico torinese (avvenuto nel 1453); la seconda (p. 796) con riproduzione di medaglia del duca Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia. Mancanza, al primo volume, del ritratto dell'Autore, come in quasi tutti gli esemplari conosciuti. L'opera, in edizione originale, è una storia della città di Torino, capitale dello stato sabaudo. La prima parte, dedicata alla reggente Maria Giovanna Battista di Savoia Nemours, è dovuta in gran parte a Emanuele Tesauro, protagonista della cultura della corte subalpina, storiografo e grande teorico letterario; Lozzi (citando Coleti) scrive che a Tesauro spettano i primi 5 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio
2014-05-26 20:38:57
Montecalerio Ioannis
Lazio 1712 - Raffigurazione del tratto costiero e di parte dell'entroterra, che da Castiglione giunge fino a Napoli. Tra le località raffigurate: Bolsena, Monte Fiascone, Viterbo, Roma, Paludi Pontine, Monte Cassino. La carta è corredata da un foglio in cui sono riportati alcuni dati riferiti alla regione raffigurata. Per questa edizione della "Chorographica descriptio provinciarum et conventuum.", curata dal ministro provinciale di Milano Giovanni Battista da Cassine su espressa richiesta del Ministro Generale Agostino da Latisana, le tavole furono nuovamente incise con un disegno generale e coordinate geografiche del tutto differenti dalle precedenti edizioni. Gli incisori delle carte di questa edizione sono Simone Durello ed il padre cappuccino Michelangelo de Dinant. mm 228x325
Bookseller: Sergio Trippini
2014-05-22 13:17:33
Königsberg Preußischer Krönungs-Zug - Kuferstichfolge.
(1712). Ca. 30 x 790 cm, aus 16 großen Kupferstichblättern zusammengefügt.. Die Königskrönung Friedrichs III. von Brandenburg zum König Friedrich I. in Preußen fand am 18. Januar 1701 in Form einer Selbstkrönung statt. Der Ort war Königsberg, die Hauptstadt des Herzogtums Preußen, das dadurch zum Königreich Preußen wurde. Die vorliegenden Illustrationen nach Johann Georg Wolfgang (1662-1744) zeigen die Prozession: Die Königlichen Trompeter / Die Krieges-Kammer / Das Hoff-Hals-Gericht und Consistorium / Die Deputirten von der Universität / Die Deputirten der sämtlichen Stände / Die Königlich Preußische Procession nach der Kirchen / Der Städte Ritterschafft und der des Herren-Standes / Seine Königliche Höheit der Kron-Printz / Seine Majestät der König / Reichs-Bannier / Die Suite der Königin u.v.a. Zu Beginn fehlt ein kleiner Teil. Der Zug beginnt mit dem Königlichen Pauker und endet mit der Prinzessin von Holstein und ihren Damen. - Das Papier angestaubt, teils etwas fleckig und knittrig, Einrisse hinterlegt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun
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