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        Methode pour etudier l?histoire. Où aprés avoir établi les principes & l?ordre qu?on doit tenir pour la lire utilement, on fait les remarques necessaires pour ne se pas laisser tromper dans sa lecture: Avec un catalogue des principaux historiens, & des remarques critiques sur la bonté de leurs ouvrages, & sur le choix des meilleures editions. I-II.

      - Paris, chez Antoine Urbain Coustelier, 1713. 12:mo. (28),+ 463,+ (36); (8),+ 3-120, 119-124; 344,+ (6) pp. Small light dampstain in upper margin of pp. 287-313 in first part. Well preserved contemporary mottled calf with richly gilt spines with raised bands and light brown labels, all edges sprinkled red. Two volumes. Very fine. From the library of L. F. Rääf at Forsnäs, and with its exlibris. First edition. As an important work in the study of history -not least for its historical bibliography- it was a great success and later editions were augmented and enlarged by, among others, Johann Mencke. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MDCCXIII AN ALMANACK OF THE COELESTIAL MOTIONS, ASPECTS AND ECLIPSES, &c FOR THE YEAR OF OUR CHRISTIAN ÆRA, 1713 FITTED TO THE MERIDIAN OF BOSTON IN N ENGLAND, BEING ABOUT 71 DEG WEST OF THE MERIDIAN OF LONDON, AND IN 42 DEG 24 MIN OF N LATITUDE

      Boston: Printed by B. Green, for the booksellers and sold at their shops, 1713 [i.e. 1712].. [16]pp. with two woodcut illustrations of eclipses on p.[15]. Dbd. Moderately age-toned. Edges worn, with a few slight chips, barely affecting a few printed characters. One page with small modern tissue repair. A good copy. A rare early 18th-century New England almanac by Edward Holyoke, who issued a series of almanacs published in Boston between 1711 and 1716. In addition to the calendar for the year 1713, this ALMANACK OF THE COELESTIAL MOTIONS, ASPECTS AND ECLIPSES includes a page with two woodcut illustrations of the eclipses for the year. The final page "is an extract of some things both useful & pleasant found in Sir William Petty's Political Arithmetick, & Dr. Devenants discourses, on the Publick Revenues & Balance of Trade of England." All of the Holyoke almanacs are rare. NAIP records only three copies of this almanac for 1713, all in Massachusetts institutions. EVANS 1546. DRAKE 2947.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Tractatus de aquaeductu. Editio secunda. 4 Teile in 2 Bänden.

      Tessin (Ticini Regii), Ex officina haeredum Caroli Francisci Magrij, (1700)-1713. - (34,5 x 22,5 cm). 4 (12) 252 (41) S.; (16) 336 S./ (12) 162 S.; (12) LXXIX, 570 (9) S. Mit einigen, teils blattgroßen bzw. gefalteten und mitpaginierten Holzschnitten sowie 3 (2 gefalteten) Tabellen. Gemusterte Lederbände der Zeit mit 2 Rückenschildern und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Zweite Ausgabe seines Hauptwerkes, 1670-73 erstmals erschienen. Mit interessanten Ausführungen über Wasser, Wasserrecht, Wasserbau, Flusskorrektur und Stromregulierung, Kanalisation etc. Die schönen, teils blattgroßen Holzschnitte veranschaulichen die beschriebenen Wassersysteme und Stromregulierungen. - Pecchius (1618-1693) war Archidiakon an der Kathedrale, Jurist und Professor an der Universität in Pavia. - Stellenweise mit schwachem Wasserrand, etwas gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. Ein Blatt mit Randausriss (mit leichtem Textverlust). Kapitale sauber restauriert. Insgesamt dekoratives Exemplar in guter Erhaltung. - Jöcher III, 1338; Riccardi I/2, 254

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        Le parfait mareschal, qui enseigne a connoistre la beauté, la bonté et les défauts des chevaux Les signes & les causes des Maladies : les moyens de les prévenir ; leur guérison, & le bon ou mauvais usage de la purgation & de la saignée La manière de les conserver dans les voyages, de les nourrir, & de les panser selon l’ordre La ferrure sur les desseins des fers, qui rétabliront les mechans pieds, & conserveront les bons Ensemble un Traité du Haras, pour élever les beaux & de bons poulains ; & les précepts pour bien emboucher les chevaux : avec les figures necessaires

      1713. relié. DeCollection. A Paris, chez Jean Mariette, 1713. In/4 reliure plein veau du temps, dos à nerfs à caissons dorés et pièces de titre rouge, 3f., 513 p., 376 p., 6 f., 2 frontispices (un portrait de l?'auteur et une planche faite par Soleyssel lui-même), 1 planche dépliante, 27 illustrations in-texte dans la seconde partie de l?'ouvrage. Reliure restaurée, pagination fantaisiste, quelques rousseurs. Soleyssel, sieur du Clapier (1617-1680), célèbre écuyer et hipiâtre français (1617-1680). Fut écuyer ordinaire de la grande écurie du roi, il contribua à la fondation de l'académie que Bernardi son élève fonda à Paris et qui acquit une grande célébrité. Egalement doué pour la musique et le dessin, il est l'auteur du frontispice et des planches de cet ouvrage. Mennessier p. 524. 4 to in contemporary full calf binding, ribbed spine & gilt compartments, red label, [3], 513 p., [5], 376 p., [6], 2 frontispieces - one of which is due to the author - 1 folding plate, 27 illustrations in-texte in the second part of the book. Restaured binding, strange pagination, some foxing.

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        Esperienze ed osservazioni intorno all'origine, sviluppi e costumio di varj insetti con altre sxpettanti alla naturale e medica storia. Fatte da Antonio Vallisnieri pubblico professore primario di medicina teorica nell'Universit? di Padoa e consacrate all'Illustrissimo et Eccellentuissimo Sig. Gio Francesco Morosini Cavalier di San Marco e riformatore della suddetta uNIVERSIT?

      Appresso Gio. Manfr 1713 In 4, pp. (12) + 232 con 12 con 12 tavv. f. t. inc. all'acquaf. pi? volte rip. P. pl.. coeva con fregi oro al d. con tarletti e piccole manc. e spelature. Nel complesso fresco e marginoso es. Ed. orig. che nel 1726 verr? ristampata. In quest'opera Vallisnieri tratta della mosca dei rosai, di un nuovo sistema di divisione e classificazione degli insetti oltrech? sulla loro nascita, ?della scoperta della nascita delle pulci dall'uovo e dell'alga marina dal seme (contrariamente alle teorie sulla generazione spontanea), della mosca del verme del naso delle pecore, montoni ecc., dell'estro degli armenti, dell'anatomia dello struzzo e della nascita della cantaride dei gigli. Sabia, 98. Vinciana, 1770 (per la 2? ed.). ITA

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        TRAITEZ DE PAIX ET DE COMMERCE, NAVIGATION ET MARINE, ENTRE LA FRANCE ET L'ANGLETERRE. [bound with:] ...ENTRE LA FRANCE ET LES ETATS GENERAUX DES PROVINCES UNIES DES PAYS-BAS. [bound with:] ...LA FRANCE ET LA SAVOYE. [bound with:] ...LA FRANCE ET LA PRUSSE

      Paris: Chez Francois Fourneir, Avec Privilege de sa Majeste, 1713.. Four items bound in one volume. 117,[2]; 80; 43,[1]; 23pp. Quarto. Modern half red morocco and paper boards, spine gilt. Contemporary ink number in upper outer corner of each titlepage. Near fine. The growing power of France and its attempt to install a Bourbon on the Spanish throne in 1700 led to a general European war from 1702 to 1712, with widespread repercussions in the American colonies. Known in Europe as the War of the Spanish Succession, it was called Queen Anne's War in America. During its course, the French and Indians launched bloody raids on British frontier settlements, and the British seized parts of Canada. The war went badly for the French and Spanish and well for the British, who were thus able to gain favorable terms. A group of treaties grew out of this settlement, which did much to determine European and American circumstances in the early 18th century. The present volume collects the official French printing of four of the treaties signed by France: those with Great Britain, the Estates General (the Netherlands), the Kingdom of Savoy, and Prussia. France actually signed two treaties with Great Britain, a treaty of navigation and commerce, and a general peace treaty. France returned Hudson Bay to the British and gave up Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, as well as St. Kitts in the Caribbean, and acknowledged England's sovereignty over the Iroquois. The French received fishing rights off the coast of Newfoundland, and both countries agreed to extend most-favored nation trade status to the other. France was also able to keep its position in Acadia and at Louisborg, which proved very troublesome to the British in later wars. One of the supplementary articles at the conclusion addresses the tobacco trade. This printing of the French- British treaty is not in TPL, which records two other printings in Latin, French, and English. Not in EUROPEAN AMERICANA or Arents. The printings of the French treaties with the other three powers are quite scarce. The Dutch gained little from the French, although the general weakening of Spain greatly strengthened their position in world trade. Savoy gained territory as well, including Sicily. An important group of treaties with great American significance. DAVENPORT 100, 101. SABIN 96539.

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        Regole della Venerabile Congregazione eretta nuovamente sotto il titolo della Santa Croce dentro la Vente Chiesa di S. Maria delle Gratie nella Pietra del Pesce confirmate dalla Reverenda corte arcivescovale di Napoli quest'anno 1713

      s.e., Napoli 1713 - In 8, pp. (46) + (2b). Ex libris al verso della sguardia. Legatura in p. pg. morbida coeva con restauri. Manoscritto di grande interesse vergato con chiara e bella grafia su fogli di pergamena con testo riquadrato entro tre ordini di cornici di cui la prima oro. Capilettera calligrafati e numeri dei paragrafi oro. Tagli dorati. Regolamento della Congregazione dei pescivendoli napoletani che si riuniva nella chiesa di?S. Maria delle Grazie alla?Pietra del Pesce, o alla Pescheria, eretta nel 1526 dalla confraternita dei pescivendoli.?Sulla grande pala dell'altare maggiore?si trovava?un affresco di Polidoro?raffigurante i santi Pietro e Andrea, i due apostoli pescatori, protettori appunto dei pescivendoli. Il regolamento si compone di 46 capitoli:?nel primo si stabilisce che tutti i confratelli, all'alzarsi dal letto la mattina, debbano farsi il segno della croce e recitare almeno la terza parte del rosario, nel secondo che la sera, prima di andare a letto, debbano farsi un esame di coscienza, con atto di dolore, e raccomandarsi alla Madonna, all'angelo custode e ai santi protettori. Nessun confratello pu? darsi al gioco, ad esempio quello del lotto, o ad altri simili che rechino scandalo alla Congregazione. Chi ? trovato a giocare dovr? pagare una pena di cinque carlini o potr? essere sospeso dalla Congregazione. Se un confratello dovesse morire per via del gioco o per altri motivi scandalosi, ai suoi eredi non sar? possibile entrare nella Congregazione. ITA

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        Traité de la police Où l'on trouvera l'Histoire de son Etablissement les

      à Paris: chez Michel Brunet, 1713. Fine. chez Michel Brunet, à Paris 1713 - 1719, 3 tomes en 3 Vol. in Folio (25x41,5cm), relié. - First Edition. A fourth volume appeared in 1722 in the second edition. Bound in full calf Used era. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition pour les deux premiers tomes, le troisième tome se trouve en édition originale. L'illustration comprend 3 vignettes de titres répétées aux armes, 2 bandeaux de titre pour l'épitre et la préface, et 2 lettrines ; 6 bandeaux de titres et lettrines pour le texte ; le tout gravé par Audran. Les huit tableaux dépliants de Paris sont manquant. Pages de titre en rouge et noir. Le premier volume du Traité de la police parait en 1707, le volume 2 en 1710, le volume 3 en 1719, et un quatrième volume (De la voirie), rédigé par le secrétaire de Delamare, paraîtra à titre posthume en 1738. Reliure en plein veau usagé d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin brun. 3 premiers caissons des deux premiers tomes absents, idem pour le premier caisson du tome III. Coiffes de queue arrachées. Pièces de titre et de tomaison manquantes aux 2 premiers tomes. Intérieur d'une belle fraîcheur. Le traité de la police, tout en étant secondairement une histoire des règlements dans l'Antiquité et de l'exercice de la police contient l'ensemble des ordonnances et des règles dans tous les domaines, c'est à dire tout ce qui se rapporte au droit public (nourriture, commerce, des spectacles, des prisons...) pour la ville de Paris. Le premier tome traite également des divers corps de la police et de son administration. C'est en 1667 que Lamoignon, premier Président du Parlement de Paris, suggéra l'idée à Nicolas Delamare, d'écrire un ouvrage décrivant les méthodes de la police dans une grande ville ; les archives et la riche bibliothèque de Colbert lui furent ouvertes à cette fin. « Cet ouvrage n'est pas, dit l'auteur, un simple recueil d'ordonnances, comme je me l'étais d'abord proposé ; ce sont des dissertations sur toutes les matières de police ; c'est une histoire de toutes les lois et de tous les règlements depuis l'établissement de la plus ancienne des républiques jusques à présent ». Dès les premières pages de son Traité, Delamare donnait une définition large de la police, comme un « art de procurer une vie commode et tranquille ». Le plan original de Delamare prévoyait 12 livres, il n'en parut que 6. Le premier livre traite "De la police en général et de ses magistrats et officiers", le second "de la religion", le troisième "des moeurs", le quatrième "de la santé",  et le cinquième "des vivres".

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        Missae in agenda defunctorum

      Venetiis (Venise): Apud Andram Poleti, 1713. Fine. Apud Andram Poleti, Venetiis (Venise) 1713, In-folio (22x32cm), 24pp., relié. - New edition. This Mass has been constantly reissued until the late eighteenth. Copy to weapons of Friuli and Verona, the Republic of Venice. The eagle and the lion in a central medallion and angular medallions. Bound in red full morocco Italian time in the band. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition. Cette messe a été constamment rééditée jusqu'à la fin du XVIIIe. Une grande vignette de titre à mi-page signée Dalla Via et une figure à pleine page gravée par Franciscus Faldonus de la crucifixion. Exemplaire aux armes du Frioul et de Verone, de la République de Venise. L'aigle et le lion dans un médaillon central et dans des médaillons angulaires. Reliure en plein maroquin rouge d'époque italienne, décor à l'éventail et à la dentelle. Dos lisse orné d'une frise en long, passablement estompé. Les plats sont décorés d'un riche médaillon central à l'éventail, de plusieurs larges encadrements et de fers angulaires. Restaurations aux coins, bordures et coiffes. Craquelures sur le plat supérieur, avec pertes de dorures, et quelques petits manques. Manque les pages de garde avant le texte. Une bande de papier en renfort entre la page de titre et le contreplat. Nombreux feuillets mal restaurés par des bandes de papier bleutées. Spectaculaire reliure italienne à grand décor, aux armes.

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        Sabdariffa

      Eichstaett - Nuernberg, 1713. Stampa a soggetto botanico da matrice incisa su rame, ca. mm 480 x 400. Esemplare tratto da "Hortus Eystettensis", acquerellato. Stato di conservazione ottimo, inchiostratura assai fresca. Splendida incisione tratta dalla celebre galleria a cura del botanico, farmacista e tipografo tedesco Basilius Berger (1561 - 1629).

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        Junge auf einem Hocker sitzende Frau mit Spinnrocken und Spindel, die sich mit einem Mann unterhält, dessen Pferd hinter ihm steht.

      - Aquarell über Bleigriffel, auf Bütten, links unten signiert und datiert „G. P. Rug: fe: AO. 1713". 22,6:16,6 cm. Insgesamt etwas stockfleckig. Auf einen Sammlungskarton aufgezogen und mit mehreren grauen Tuschlinien umrandet. Provenienz: Sammlung J. A. Boerner (1785-1862), Nürnberg, Lugt 269 und 270. Vergleichsliteratur: A.Ch. Held, Georg Philipp Rugendas. Diss. München, 1996, G 98, hier wird unter der Anmerkung ein Aquarell erwähnt, das sich in der Graphischen Sammlung, Augsburg befindet (Inv.Nr. G 5626) und dessen Signatur, wie auch das Datum genau mit der hier vorliegenden Zeichnung übereinstimmen. Allerdings ist dieses Blatt viel weniger farbig als das vorliegende ausgeführt. Dr. G. Krämer, Augsburg, danken wir für den Hinweis, daß sich, ebenfalls in Augsburg, unter der Inv. Nr. G 21125 auf einem Blatt mit zwei Naturstudien eine kleine Bleistiftskizze befindet, die die Frau mit Spinnrocken und Spindel genau nach der Natur vorzeichnet (Nachricht vom 30.12.2006). Bildmäßig ausgeführtes Blatt. Aquarelle des für seine Schlachtenbilder besonders berühmten Malers sind selten!

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        Poikile historia / Variae Historia. Ausgabe in Griechisch und Latein.

      Dulssecker, Straßburg 1713.. Cl. Aeliani Sophistae variae historiae Libri XIV. Cum notis Johannis Schefferi, interpretatione Justi Vulteii, Variss item lectionibus trium MS Ctorum Codicum e Regie Parisiensi Bibliotheca, Fragmenti Aeliani copiosiori Indice Graeco & Latino, annotationibusque Joachimi Kühnii. Editio postrema curante Joh. Henrico Lederlino. Argentorati, Sumptobus Joh. Reinholdi Dulsseckeri, Anno MDCCXIII. Das Buch enthält eine Ausgabe der Poikile historia (varia historia) des Aelian. Das Werk ist allerdings nur in Auszügen bei Stobaios und in der Suda erhalten. Die ersten 15 Kapitel beleuchten Themen der Naturgeschichte, sonst bringt das Werk "moralisierende Geschichten und Anekdoten von großen Männern" (Kroh, Lexikon der antiken Autoren, 1972, St. 4). Text auf Latein und griechisch, Anmerkungen auf Latein. Verlegt bei Dulssecker in Straßburg 1713. Hier die 2. Auflage. 8°, Schweinsledereinband, Kupferstich als Frontispiz, 11 Blatt (Titelei, Widmung, Vorwort von Joachim Kühn, Kurzbiographie, SS. 1-780 (varia historia), SS. 781-824 (Fragmenta aus der Suida), ca. 200 St. Index. Einband berieben und fleckig, Läsur am Rücken (Leder spröde) und an Kante Rücken/Vorderdeckel oben und an Deckelkante unten (ca. 1cm), sonst gut. Vorsatz von alter Hand beschrieben, im Text wird erwähnt "Winckelmanns Sendschreiben" von 1762; unten ausserdem Besitzervermerk von 1873..

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        Geschicht=Schreiber von dem Bischoffthum Wirtzburg. Namentlich I Johann Müller, II Lorentz Friese, III Johann Reinhard, IV Anonymus, V Caspar Brusch, VI Nic. Serarius, VII Anonymus ex Baluzio, VIII Joh. Trithemius, IX Anonymus. Wobey eine vorbereitung Zu der Fränckischen Historie Und die Bildnisse aller Bischöffe: Zusammen getragen und mit einer vorrede versehen. Mit 71 gestoch. Porträts und 1 ausfaltbaren, doppelblattgroßen Karte.

      Frankfurt Fritschen 1713 - Folio. 18 Bll., 1058 S., 5 Bll. hellbrauner, dekorativ blindgepr. Leder-Einband. im Stil d. Zt. getilgter Besitzeintrag unter Frontispiz auf Vortitel, wenige kl. Wasserränder, insgesamt ordentliches, gutes Expl.! - Pfeiffer, Fränk. Bibliographie III - 47774. 1.100 gr. hellbrauner, dekorativ blindgepr. Leder-Einband. im Stil d. Zt.

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        L' Isola di Candia - Creta - NB. F. - pag 308 T 1':.

      - Kupferstich v. Alphonsus Lasor a Varea n. Natale Bonifacio aus Universus terrarum orbis scriptorum calamo delineatus . b. Frambotti & Conzatti in Padua, 1713, 20,5 x 15,2 Zacharakis, A Catalogue of printed Maps of Greece 1477-1800 (2. edition 1992), S. 99, Nr. 1226 u. Abb. S. 300, Pl. 237; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. A - D, S. 162 (Natale Bonifacio , 1538-1592. Painter and engraver, worked in Venice, Rome and Antwerp. .). - Die Karte zeigt die Insel Kreta. - Oben rechts Kartusche mit Kartentitel; mittig rechts Kompaßrose; unten rechts in der Kartenecke Monogramm ('NB. F' = N B F); unten links Darstellung des Poseidon; unten rechts Segelschiff. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Missae in agenda defunctorum

      New edition. This Mass has been constantly reissued until the late eighteenth.Copy to weapons of Friuli and Verona, the Republic of Venice. The eagle and the lion in a central medallion and angular medallions.Bound in red full morocco Italian time in the band. Apud Andram Poleti Venetiis (Venise) 1713 In-folio (22x32cm) 24pp. relié

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        Historia de las Guerras civiles de Francia (2 Teile in 1),

      Antwerpen, Verdussen 1713. - . . . que traduxò con singular cuidado, de la lengua Toscana en la Castellana, el M. R. P. Basilio Varen de Soto . . .Nueva impression, enriquescida von lindas figuras y retratos. Mit 24 gestochenen Porträts, 3 doppelblattgroßen Kupfertafeln, 2 Blatt, 555 Seiten, 4 Blatt, 1 Blatt, 170 Seiten, 3 Blatt, Lederband der Zeit, 34 x 22 cm, Einband teils berieben, innen leicht gebräunt. Spanische Ausgabe dieses klassisches Werkes über die Hugenottenkriege in Frankreich (1562-1598) und der folgenden Jahre bis 1630 des italienischen Historikers Davila (1576–1631), erstmals in Venedig 1630 auf Italienisch erschienen. Die Kupfer zeigen Szenen des Krieges und Porträtmedaillons in allegorisch geschmückten Rahmen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DELL'ANATOMIA. DISCORSO D'ANTONIO COCCHI MUGELLANO.

      Elegante legatura in piena pelle rossa, duplice filetto in oro ai piatti; dorso abilmente rifatto con autore e titolo in oro su tassello verde, fregi e filetti sempre in oro agli scomparti; tagli dorati, dentelle interne e sguardie marmorizzate. 2 carte bianche; 91 pagine numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo in rosso e nero e ampia allegoria incisa da Vercruysse; 2 carte bianche finali; alla pagina 91, altra allegoria a chiusura del volume incisa su matrice di rame. Da Wikipedia: " Antonio Cocchi nacque a Benevento dove i genitori, Giacinto Cocchi e Beatrice Bianco di Baselice, si erano momentaneamente trasferiti dal natio Mugello per motivi di lavoro, visse gran parte della propria vita a Borgo San Lorenzo, località di cui la famiglia era originaria e dove la stessa aveva numerosi possedimenti. Nel 1713 studiò a Pisa poi a Firenze presso i Padri Scolopi e successivamente si laureò in medicina, seguendo l'attività paterna, presso l'Università di Pisa. Nel 1736 fu nominato lettore di Anatomia nello Studio Fiorentino. In medicina si mosse sulla linea tracciata da Francesco Redi e da Giovanni Alfonso Borelli. Sostenne l'importanza dell'anatomia per gli studi medico - chirurgici. Studiò inoltre le acque termali dei Bagni di San Giuliano, sulle quali scrisse un importante trattato. Fu anche valente naturalista e, nel 1734, ricostituì la Società Botanica di Firenze con Pier Antonio Micheli. Il 12 marzo 1736 fu tra i personaggi che ebbero l'onore di trasportare le ossa di Galileo Galilei, nel nuovo sepolcro allestito nella Basilica di Santa Croce in Firenze. Per alcuni anni esercitò la professione medica sull'Isola d'Elba, quindi viaggiò molto in Europa, in particolare in Francia, in Olanda e in Inghilterra, dove ebbe occasione di conoscere Isaac Newton, dedicandosi quindi allo studio della storia medica, traducendo anche trattati classici greci e latini. La sua attività di scrittore fu indirizzata allo studio di importanti opere letterarie, pubblicando trattati e saggi su opere di Voltaire e di John Milton ed alla traduzione di opere di Senofonte Efesio. Tradusse anche vari scritti greci che formarono la raccolta dei Graecorum chirurgici libri. Tra le sue altre opere si annoverano anche una Vita di Benvenuto Cellini ed il trattatello Del matrimonio". Fu membro dell'Accademia della Crusca ed uno dei primi membri italiani della massoneria (fu iniziato in una Loggia fiorentina nel 1732 che teneva le sue riunioni nel palazzo di famiglia a Firenze). Esemplare in ottime condizioni, ad ampi margini; lievi, modeste, ossidazioni alle prime carte.

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        Les Frères, ou Histoire de Miss Osmond, traduite de l'anglois par M. Depuisieux

      4 Parties en 2 volumes in - 12 (16,9 x 10 cm), veau fauve moucheté, dos à cinq nerfs orné, pièce maroquin rouge, alérions entre les nerfs, triple filet entourant les plats, armes au centre, filet sur les coupes, tranches mouchetées rouges (reliure d'époque). Philippe - Florent de Puisieux (Meaux 1713 - Paris 1772), traducteur français, a publié anonymement de nombreuses traductions du latin, de l'italien et de l'anglais, parmis lesquelles Grammaire géographique de Gordon, Histoire navale de l'Angleterre de Ledyard, Amélie de Fielding, etc. (Nouvelle biographie générale publiée par MM. Firmin Didot frères 41, 187). Exemplaire aux armes de Anne - Léon II de Montmorency, marquis de Fosseux (ou Fosseuse), puis duc de Montmorency, fils unique d'Anne - Léon Ier, baron de Montmorency, lieutenant général, et d'Anne - Marie - Barbe de Ville, sa première femme, appelé d'abord le marquis de Fosseuse, naquit le 11 août 1731 ; d'abord menin du Dauphin et capitaine - lieutenant des gendarmes de la reine, en mai 1745, il fut fait chevalier de Saint - Louis, le 3 avril 1758, et promu brigadier de cavalerie en décembre 1761, et maréchal de camp en juin 1753. Il émigra à Munster lors de la Révolution et mourut dans cette ville le 1er septembre 1799. Il avait épousé en premières noces, le 27 janvier 1761, Marie - Judith de Champagne et en secondes noces Anne - Françoise - Charlotte de Montmorency - Luxembourg, qui lui apporta en dot le duché de Montmorency. (OLIVIER, planche 810, 2). Ex - libris La Rochefoucauld duc de Bisaccia. (quelques menus défauts). / / 4 Parts bound in 4 volumes 12o (16,9 x 10 cm), fawn speckled calf, spine tooled raised on five bands, red morocco label, piece of arms between the bands ("alérions"), triple fillet border on covers, central coat of arms, fillet on turns - in, red sprinkled edges (contemporary binding). Philippe - Florent de Puisieux (Meaux 1713 - Paris 1772), french translator, anonymously published numerous translations from latin, italian and english, among them "Grammaire géographique" by Gordon, "Histoire navale de l'Angleterre" by Ledyard, "Amélie" by Fielding, etc. (Nouvelle biographie générale publiée par MM. Firmin Didot frères 41, 187). Copy bearing the arms of Anne - Léon II de Montmorency, marquis de Fosseux (or Fosseuse), "puis duc de Montmorency, fils unique d'Anne - Léon Ier, baron de Montmorency, lieutenant général, et d'Anne - Marie - Barbe de Ville, sa première femme, appelé d'abord le marquis de Fosseuse, naquit le 11 août 1731 ; d'abord menin du Dauphin et capitaine - lieutenant des gendarmes de la reine, en mai 1745, il fut fait chevalier de Saint - Louis, le 3 avril 1758, et promu brigadier de cavalerie en décembre 1761, et maréchal de camp en juin 1753. Il émigra à Munster lors de la Révolution et mourut dans cette ville le 1er septembre 1799. Il avait épousé en premières noces, le 27 janvier 1761, Marie - Judith de Champagne et en secondes noces Anne - Françoise - Charlotte de Montmorency - Luxembourg, qui lui apporta en dot le duché de Montmorency". (OLIVIER, plate 810, 2). Bookplate La Rochefoucauld duc de Bisaccia. (Some minor defects).

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        Reyze van Aleppo naar Jeruzalem. Uit het Engelsch vertaalt door G. Muntendam. 2e druk.

      - Utrecht, Willem van Poolsum, 1713.4to. Contemporary vellum. With engraved frontispiece by J. Goeree, engraved printer's device on title-page and 9 engraved plates (5 folding). (6), 188 pp.First Dutch edition was issued in Utrecht in 1705; first printed posthumously in 1703: A journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem at Easter A.D. 1697. - 'A very good book, written in a good plain style, which shews the author to have been a clear-headed, rational man, and a very good scholar. Maundrell was so eager to travel that he seized the opportunity to become chaplain to the English factory at Aleppo' (Cox I, p.219). Detailed descriptions of the life and landscapes of Syria, Lebanon and Palestine, including descriptions of the Easter celebrations at Jerusalem in 1698 and the first description of Balbec by an Englishman. - A very fine copy. Cat. NHSM I, p.257; not in Tiele; Blackmer Collection 1095; Atabey Collection 784; Tobler p.116-117; Rohricht p.286; Weber 444. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Carte de la Souverainete de Neuchatel et Vallangin, dressee sur les Memoires du Sr. D. F. de Merveilleux. Mcin. Rectifies par les Observations de l'Academie Royale des Sciences.

      Vers 1713,. 49 x 64 cm, carte gravee coloriee a la main, pli central, papier legerement bruni, dechirures marginales, 1 feuille (54.5 x 65.5 cm).. Carte publiee dans: Guillaume de Lisle, Atlas nouveau, contenant toutes les parties Du Monde, ou sont exactement remarques les empires, monarchies, royaumes, etats, republiques, &c. Premier Geographe de Sa Majeste, Amsterdam, Chez Jean Covens & Corneille Mortier.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Froidevaux, Bibliographie neuchateloise, 323.

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        Neuchatel. - Carte de la Souverainete de Neuchatel et Vallangin, dressee sur les Memoires du Sr. D. F. de Merveilleux. Rectifie par les Observations de l'Academie Royale des Sciences.

      Vers 1713,. 49 x 64 cm, carte gravee coloriee a la main, pli central, papier frais, qqs rares taches, 1 feuille (53 x 67.5 cm).. Carte publiee dans: Guillaume de Lisle, Atlas nouveau, contenant toutes les parties Du Monde, ou sont exactement remarques les empires, monarchies, royaumes, etats, republiques, &c. Premier geographe de sa Majeste, Amsterdam, Chez Jean Covens & Corneille Mortier.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Froidevaux, Bibliographie neuchateloise, 323.

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        ["Mayor for Life" - the sale of Municipal Offices in France]. SAMMELBAND of 3 MSS and 2 printed documents, including "Edit du roy portant création de maires perpétuels et d'assesseurs dans les hostels de ville et communautez du royaume. Donné à Versailles au mois d'Aoust 1692

      December 1713 - July 1714. Folio: together 3 manuscripts + 2 printed texts loosely stitched): 10 pp., 1 blank f., 3 pp. (written on vellum), 8 pp. Sewn to: "Declaration du Roy pour le Reglement des fonctions des Maires & de laurs Lieutenans." Paris, 19 Aug. 1702 (11 Sept. 1702) + "Edit du Roy, portant creation de Maires perpetuels..." Paris, Aug. 1692 (27 Aug. 1692). + 1 blank f. (docket). Worn and partially defective; some staining, and priced accordingly. Manuscript and printed documents which illustrate the legislation and regulations of mayors in France, and the sale of municipal offices during the late 17th- and early 18th-century. The present collection a printed copy of the actual 1692 Royal Edict which authorizes the sales of mayoral offices; moreover, there is a contemporary MS account of a lawsuit by such a (former) mayor against the town of Arras. The significance of this rare Edict is described by Michael P. Breen: "In the early 1690s, as the monarchy struggled to keep its armies in the field against the combined forces of England, the Dutch Republic, Austria, and the Holy Roman Empire, it began aggressively to tap the wealth of France's towns, selling virtually all existing municipal offices and creating new ones for sale. In August 1692, Louis XIV created offices of "perpetual mayors" along with new assesseurs in all walled cities except Paris and Lyon. The threat of losing control over their city's principal office, it appears, was enough to motivate the leading inhabitants of many major cities to pay the crown's asking price, often 100,000 livres or more." (SOURCE: "Law, City, and King: Legal Culture, Municipal Politics and State Formation in Early Modern Dijon, pp. 136 et seq.). This is corroborated by Raymond Poincare who states that "From 1692 onwards Louis XIV issued a whole series of edicts and ordinances depriving the ancient electors of the communes of the right of choosing their own mayors ; he created the offices that is, hereditary public appointments of sheriffs, jurats, capitols, and perpetual mayors. The pretext alleged was that the interest of the towns demanded such a step, as they were said to be agitated and disturbed by elections. But in actual truth these offices were created that they might be sold and the royal treasury filled." (SOURCE: How France is Governed, pp. 33-34). The present manuscripts concern a lawsuit by one of these mayors, namely Nicolas-Francois Boucquel (at that time mayor of Arras) against Adrien-Philippe du Carieul, Chevalier, Seigneur de Fiefs, Beauquesne, etc., and the members of the Confrérie Saint Sebastien in Arras. To these manuscripts are attached printed documents which describe the new terms for the office of the "perpetual mayor" and would appear to have been used to support the position of the plaintiff. As if the infallibility of the original 1692 Edict was not enough, the plaintiff also attached a copy of the 19 Aug. 1702 "Declaration du Roy pour le Reglement des fonctions des Maires & de leurs Lieutenans." The document reaffirms the validity of the 1692 and August 1701 Edicts. THE PLAINTIFF: Nicolas-François Boucquel came from a powerful and wealthy family (his father had been ennobled to a charge of Secretary to the King in the Chancery of Paris in 1683). Boucquel became mayor of Arras in March 1692, and was appointed Conseiller Secretaire-Controlleur of the Chancellerie pres le Parlement de Douay in 1703. In this capacity he presided over the renewal of the aldermen and hearing accounts. In 1718 the city of Arras tried to get rid of Boucquel, and suddenly "abolished" the mayoral post, only to appoint François Deslyons the next year. But in 1719, Boucquel was reinstated upon payment of twelve thousand livres. Nicolas-François Bouquel died suddenly December 18, 1726, struck with apoplexy in the rue Saint-Nicolas, in Arras (SOURCE: Dictionnaire historique et archéologique du département du Pas-de-Calais, Volume 1, 1873, p. 52). Several versions of the August 1692 Edict exist, only one of which appears to be in the U.S. (at Harvard). The present 4-page folio edition (without the name of the printer or publisher) does not appear to be listed on OCLC.

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        Eloge de la folie, -

      Chez Pierre Vander An 1713 -, Leide - 1 volume. In-12 296 pp. Reliure demi-veau vert glacé. Dos à nerfs avec caissons dorés et date en queue. Tête dorée. Intérieur frais. Illustré d'un frontispice, d'une planche avec portrait, de 6 planches pliées et de 75 vignettes d'après Holbein. Bel exemplaire. PREMIERE EDITION rare de cette traduction et premier tirage des gravures. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Opera] Q. Horatius Flaccus, Ex Recensione & Cum Notis Atque Emendationibus Richardi Bentleii - Editio Altera

      Amstelaedami (Amsterdam): Rod. & Gerh. Wetstenios, 1713. [24], 538, [2], 539-717, [5], 5-239pp. Contemporary full calf, raised bands, spine in six panels, leather author label to second panel. Rubbed to extremities and covers, corners bumped, ink stains to fore-edge. Internally some light browning, with signatures Nnn, Uuu and Xxx browned, occasional light damp staining to top edge, old ownership inscriptions to title. Engraved frontispiece, title in red and black with engraved vignette. Moss II:17 "useful and creditable editions"; Dibdin II:101-105, "Amsterdam editions of 1713 and 1728 are preferable to the Cambridge one of 1711"; Mills College Editions of Horace 430, Dibdin also notes that the "merits of Bentley are highly extolled by Harles and Mitscherlich: 'Priceps Criticorum' is a title frequently bestowed on him" (Dibdin II:101-2). "Bentley, Richard (1662-1742), philologist and classical scholar ... Bentley's Horace took longer still: less than a year for the text, but nearly seven for the textual notes, during part of which he stopped work altogether. In 1713 a second edition was printed in Amsterdam and a small edition in Cambridge with short notes, prepared by his nephew Thomas Bentley, who became a fellow of Trinity in the following year. A few days after its initial publication Thomas Hearne observed, on 29 January 1712, 'Dr Bentley's Horace is much condemn'd for the great Liberty he hath taken in altering the text' (Remarks, 3.273), and pamphlet attacks soon followed. With more than 700 changes from the vulgate, this was indeed 'unlike any edition of a Latin author ever before given to the world' (Monk, 1.316). Few of Bentley's conjectures are accepted, but many of his accepted emendations began as conjectures before he found support in manuscripts consulted for his notes. Confident in his own divination, Bentley emended 'anything inconsistent with the harmonious measures of classical poetry' (Pfeiffer, 154). Yet, even where his solutions are wrong, Bentley's grasp of textual problems and the learning he brings to bear on them are quite extraordinary. The much quoted note on Odes, book 3, ode 27, line 15'To us reason and common sense are better than a hundred codices'significantly continues, 'especially with the added testimony of the old Vatican codex'." (Oxford DNB). Reprint. Full Calf. Good. 4to.

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        La theorie et la pratique du Jardinage, ou l'on traite à fond des beaux jardins apellés communément les jardins de plaisance et de propreté, composés de parterres, de bosquets, de boulingrins, &c. ? par L.S.A.I.D.A

      Paris: Jean Mariette, ruë saint Jacques, aux Colonne d'Hercule, 1713. "Nouvelle [i.e., third?] edition", expanded. 38 engraved plates, many double-page, some folding) by Jean Mariette, after designs by Alexandre Le Blond. [8], 293, [15] pp. 1 vols. 4to. Contemporary sprinkled calf, rebacked, preserving original spine and endpapers. Armorial bookplate of Thomas Philip, Earl de Grey; and of Nelson A. Rockefeller. Dezallier's (1680-1765) "La Theorie et la Pratique du Jardinage" (first published in 1709) is an important book on the theoretical aspects of eighteenth-century gardening. "The bibliography ... is complicated by the fact that the work was at first published anonymously, then under initials, then as by Alexnadre Le Blond, who furnished the designs for some of the illustrations. As there were a good many editions, and as the names Dezallier d'Argenville and Le Blond (together) may be listed at five diffeent places in dictionary catalogues, it is not easy to bring together complete information. There were editions of 1711, 1715, 1719, 1722, 1737, 1747, 1760, and 1777 ..." (Hunt Catalogue). The "Avis sur Cette Nouvelle Édition" (pp. iii & iv) compares this edition with the first, noting the expansion of both text and plates: 6 new plates for this new edition, and a text expanded by over a third from the first.

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        A Letter from Mr. MacCartney, to a Friend of His in London. Dated at Ostend, Dec. 4-15. 1712. Giving a Particular Account of what pass'd before and at the unfortunate duel between His Grace the D. of Hamilton and L. Mohun

      London: A. Baldwin, 1713. First edition. 18 pp., + [2] pp. ads. 1 vols. Sm 4to. Modern full brown morocco, red morocco label, gold patterned endpapers, trimmed at top edge but otherwise uncut, light browning, ex-library, with stamp on verso of title page. Very good, in a handsome binding. An account of the causes of the sword duel between the Duke of Hamilton and Lord Mohun, at which both parties lost their lives.

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        The Antiquities of St. Peter's : Or, the Abbey-Church of Westminster / Containing the Inscriptions and Epitaphs Upon the Tombs and Grave-Stones: with the Lives, Marriages, and Issue of the Most Eminent Personages Therein Reposited; and ... (Truncated)

      London : Printed For J. Nutt (Et Al), 1713, Hardback, 2nd impressionFull Book Title: The Antiquities of St. Peter's : Or, the Abbey-Church of Westminster / Containing the Inscriptions and Epitaphs Upon the Tombs and Grave-Stones: with the Lives, Marriages, and Issue of the Most Eminent Personages Therein Reposited; and Their Coats of ArmsGood to very good copy in the original, blind tooled and bordered aniline calf. Period sympathetically re-backed with a red Morocco gilt-blocked label; very impressively finished. Remains uncommonly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and strong. ; 353 pages; Physical desc. : [vii], 351, [15], 56, [4] p. , [24] plates (1 folded somewhat edge-worn) . Subject: Westminster Abbey - Studies. Sepulchral monuments. Epitaphs. [With the 56pp. Supplement) . A reissue of the 1711 edition, with a new titlepage. Language: English ; Latin ; Multiple languages. Referenced by: ESTCT73464.

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        ["Mayor for Life" - the sale of Municipal Offices in France]. SAMMELBAND of 3 MSS and 2 printed documents, including "Edit du roy portant création de maires perpétuels et d'assesseurs dans les hostels de ville et communautez du royaume. Donné à Versailles au mois d'Aoust 1692

      December 1713 - July 1714. Folio: together 3 manuscripts + 2 printed texts loosely stitched): 10 pp., 1 blank f., 3 pp. (written on vellum), 8 pp. Sewn to: "Declaration du Roy pour le Reglement des fonctions des Maires & de laurs Lieutenans." Paris, 19 Aug. 1702 (11 Sept. 1702) + "Edit du Roy, portant creation de Maires perpetuels..." Paris, Aug. 1692 (27 Aug. 1692). + 1 blank f. (docket). Worn and partially defective; some staining, and priced accordingly. Manuscript and printed documents which illustrate the legislation and regulations of mayors in France, and the sale of municipal offices during the late 17th- and early 18th-century. The present collection a printed copy of the actual 1692 Royal Edict which authorizes the sales of mayoral offices; moreover, there is a contemporary MS account of a lawsuit by such a (former) mayor against the town of Arras. The significance of this rare Edict is described by Michael P. Breen: "In the early 1690s, as the monarchy struggled to keep its armies in the field against the combined forces of England, the Dutch Republic, Austria, and the Holy Roman Empire, it began aggressively to tap the wealth of France's towns, selling virtually all existing municipal offices and creating new ones for sale. In August 1692, Louis XIV created offices of "perpetual mayors" along with new assesseurs in all walled cities except Paris and Lyon. The threat of losing control over their city's principal office, it appears, was enough to motivate the leading inhabitants of many major cities to pay the crown's asking price, often 100,000 livres or more." (SOURCE: "Law, City, and King: Legal Culture, Municipal Politics and State Formation in Early Modern Dijon, pp. 136 et seq.). This is corroborated by Raymond Poincare who states that "From 1692 onwards Louis XIV issued a whole series of edicts and ordinances depriving the ancient electors of the communes of the right of choosing their own mayors ; he created the offices that is, hereditary public appointments of sheriffs, jurats, capitols, and perpetual mayors. The pretext alleged was that the interest of the towns demanded such a step, as they were said to be agitated and disturbed by elections. But in actual truth these offices were created that they might be sold and the royal treasury filled." (SOURCE: How France is Governed, pp. 33-34). The present manuscripts concern a lawsuit by one of these mayors, namely Nicolas-Francois Boucquel (at that time mayor of Arras) against Adrien-Philippe du Carieul, Chevalier, Seigneur de Fiefs, Beauquesne, etc., and the members of the Confrérie Saint Sebastien in Arras. To these manuscripts are attached printed documents which describe the new terms for the office of the "perpetual mayor" and would appear to have been used to support the position of the plaintiff. As if the infallibility of the original 1692 Edict was not enough, the plaintiff also attached a copy of the 19 Aug. 1702 "Declaration du Roy pour le Reglement des fonctions des Maires & de leurs Lieutenans." The document reaffirms the validity of the 1692 and August 1701 Edicts. THE PLAINTIFF: Nicolas-François Boucquel came from a powerful and wealthy family (his father had been ennobled to a charge of Secretary to the King in the Chancery of Paris in 1683). Boucquel became mayor of Arras in March 1692, and was appointed Conseiller Secretaire-Controlleur of the Chancellerie pres le Parlement de Douay in 1703. In this capacity he presided over the renewal of the aldermen and hearing accounts. In 1718 the city of Arras tried to get rid of Boucquel, and suddenly "abolished" the mayoral post, only to appoint François Deslyons the next year. But in 1719, Boucquel was reinstated upon payment of twelve thousand livres. Nicolas-François Bouquel died suddenly December 18, 1726, struck with apoplexy in the rue Saint-Nicolas, in Arras (SOURCE: Dictionnaire historique et archéologique du département du Pas-de-Calais, Volume 1, 1873, p. 52). Several versions of the August 1692 Edict exist, only one of which appears to be in the U.S. (at Harvard). The present 4-page folio edition (without the name of the printer or publisher) does not appear to be listed on OCLC.

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        Philosophiae naturalis Principia mathematica. Auctore Isaaco Newtonio Equite Aurato. Editio Secunda Auctior et Emendatior

      Cambridge: [Cornelius Crownfield], 1713. The second edition, expanded and corrected, and the first to include the General Scholium in which Newton gives a general resumé of the work. One of about 750 copies printed, of which 250 were sent to Holland and France. Engraved vignette on title, one folding engraved plate, and numerous woodcut diagrams and illustrations in the text. 14 leaves, 484, [8] pp. 1 vols. 4to. Modern brown half morocco and cloth, two small paper repairs to title page at right margin and one small repair to the second leaf, not affecting the text. The second edition, expanded and corrected, and the first to include the General Scholium in which Newton gives a general resumé of the work. One of about 750 copies printed, of which 250 were sent to Holland and France. Engraved vignette on title, one folding engraved plate, and numerous woodcut diagrams and illustrations in the text. 14 leaves, 484, [8] pp. 1 vols. 4to. The Second Principia. The critical second edition of what is incontestably the single most important scientific work ever published, one which laid the foundations for modern physics. Published in Newton's lifetime by his friend and collaborater, Roger Cotes (1682-1716), this edition contains for the first time Cotes' Preface which lays out Newton's method, a 7 pp. Index, and most importantly, Newton's own celebrated conclusion entitled SCHOLIUM GENERALE (pp. 481-484), written in response to the objections of Berkeley and Leibniz, in which the author expresses the religious conceptions underlying and supporting his empirical-mathematical construct. "Copernicus, Galileo and Kepler had certainly shown the way; but where they described the phenomena they observed, Newton explained the underlying universal laws. The PRINCIPIA provided the great synthesis of the cosmos, proving finally its physical unity. Newton showed that the important and dramatic aspects of nature that were subject to the universal law of gravitation could be explained, in mathematical terms, within a single physical theory. With him the separation of natural and supernatural, of sublunar and superlunar worlds disappeared. The same laws of gravitation and motion rule everywhere; for the first time a single mathematical law could explain the motion of objects on earth as well as the phenomena of the heavens. The whole cosmos is composed of inter-connecting parts influencing each other according to these laws" (PMM).

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        Histoire de l'Admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche. Traduite de l'Espagnol. Nouvelle édition, revue, corrigée et augmentée.

      Paris, Compagnie des Libraires, 1713. - 6 volumes in-12. frontispice. 8ff. 440pp. + frontispice. 3ff. 432pp. + frontispice. 4ff. 442pp. + frontispice. 5ff. 532pp. + 4ff. 482pp. (i.e.494). + frontispice. 4ff. 501pp. 1f. 58 planches hors-texte dont 2 en double. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (Reliure de l'époque, quelques défauts, une coiffe réparée anciennement, quelques coiffes élimées). Importante édition en partie originale, dans la traduction classique de Filleau de Saint-Martin. Elle contient pour la première fois un sixième tome, écrite sans nom d'auteur en continuation du cinquième tome qui contenait déjà une suite composée par Filleau de Saint-Martin en 1695. "Como se ha dicho, Filleau de Saint-Martin publicó una continuación de Don Quijote en 1695, pero sobrevino su muerte y quedó sin acabar. Un anónimo la continuó simulando que la traducía de un manuscrito español de Cide-Hamete Benangely, formando un tomo sexto, que desde ahora se junta a los Quijotes en francés" (Palau). 58 planches hors texte, incluant les 5 frontispices (le cinquième tome n'en possède pas). Rousseurs et quelques taches. Assez bon exemplaire cependant, relié à l'époque. Palau, 52718. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vita del Cavalier Gio.Lorenzo Bernino, Descritta da Domenico Bernino suo figlio

      1713. BERNINI, Domenico. Vita del Cavalier Gio.Lorenzo Bernino, Descritta da Domenico Bernino suo figlio. [20], 180, [8] pp. Illustrated with the full-page portrait of Gian-Lorenzo engraved by Arnold van Westerhout after a painting by Giovanni Battista Gaulli, known as Baciccio. 8vo., 239 x 175 mm, bound in contemporary Italian vellum over boards. In Roma: Rocco Bernabo, 1713. |~||~||~||~| First Edition. Though nearly twice the length of the earlier 'Vita of Bernini' written by Filippo Baldinucci (1682), this version omits the catalogue of the artist's works and the nine architectural engravings. When comparing the two works, Domenico's biography was considered a doppelganger of its predecessor. Although both works use virtually the same title, Domenico omits the professional identities scultore, architetto, e pittore on his title, which underscores the son's emphasis on Bernini the 'man' in place of Baldinucci's account of Bernini the 'artist.' Until the late twentieth century, it was believed that Baldinucci's Vita del Cavaliere Gio. Lorenzo Bernino was the ultimate word on Bernini. The biography that followed 31 years later written by Bernini's youngest son Domenico Bernini (1657-1724) was considered by Adolfo Venturi, Julius von Schlosser and many others to be a shameless example of plagiarism of the earlier Baldinucci text. However, in 1919 Erwin Panofsky began investigating the two nearly similar texts and recorded that he felt Domenico's version to be more persuasive (see: "Die Scala Regia im Vatikan und die Kunstanschauungen Berninis," Jahrbuch der Preussischen Kunstsammlungen 40 (1919, pp. 241-78, especially 272 n. 1 and 276 n. 4). In 1966 Cesare D'Onofrio, following Panofsky's lead, compared the two texts in light of a detailed analysis of what was then known about the genesis of Baldinucci's and Domenico's biographies, and he hypothesized that Baldinucci relied heavily on material provided by the Bernini family, including a complete manuscript Vita written by Domenico while his artist/father was still alive (see: "Note Berniniane 2: Priorità della biografia di Domenico Bernini su quella del Baldinucci," Palatino 10 (1966), pp. 201-8). "Though his Life of Gian Lorenzo Bernini was published only in 1713, Domenico wrote the first draft of this full-length biography of his father in the late 1670s (see the publisher's "Preface to the Reader"), while his father was still alive and with presumably some input from his father, if only in the indirect form of anecdotes and tales told by Bernini to his children at the dinner table and remembered by the author while compiling his biography. The most compelling evidence leads scholars now to conclude that Domenico's lost first draft, in fact, supplied the substance of the biography of Bernini published in 1682 by Florentine art critic Filippo Baldinucci, for there is no other persuasive explanation for the substantial amount of verbatim repetition between the two works. Though Baldinucci's work for many years enjoyed pride of place among the scant primary sources for the life and works of Bernini, it is Domenico's biography that represents the most important biographical source" (Franco Mormando, The Life of Gian Lorenzo Bernini. A Translation and Critical Edition, with Introduction and Commentary, Penn State University Press, 2011). "When D'Onofrio's hypotheses about the genesis and priority of the biographies finally took hold in the 1980s, Domenico's text came to be considered the biography that stood closer to Bernini himself, even proffering the promise of conveying actual one-on-one exchanges between artist and biographer" (see Introduction to Maarten Delbeke's Life of Bernini, Penn State University Press, 2007). Some pencil underlining, else a fine copy. Cicognara 2209. Schlosser-Magnino 469. Rossetti 1009.

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        Traité de la police, Où l'on trouvera l'Histoire de son Etablissement, les Fonctions et les Prerogatives de ses Magistrats, toutes les Loix et tous les Reglemens qui la concernent. On y a joint une Description historique et topographique de Paris

      First Edition. A fourth volume appeared in 1722 in the second edition.Bound in full calf Used era. chez Michel Brunet A Paris 1713 - 1719 3 tomes en 3 Vol. in Folio (25x41,5cm) relié

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        Die vier Jahreszeiten. Vollständige Folge. 4 Kupferstiche mit Radierungen.

      . In der Platte signiert "P. Gallays invenit, delineavit et sculpsit", bezeichnet "AParis chez P. Gallax, rue St. Jacques a St. Francois de Sales.", unterhalb der Darstellung mit dem Textrand. Ausgezeichnete, gleichmäßige Drucke mit Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie bzw. auf diese geschnitten, alle mit dem Textrand. Alle fest auf Unterlageblatt aufgezogen. Je ca. 51 x 72,3 cm.. Nicht bei Le Blanc. Großformatige Drucke. - Der Zeichner, Kupferstecher und Verleger P. Gallays, 1713 urkundlich in Paris erwähnt, stach Bildnisse, Heiligenblätter und Darstellungen zeitgenössischer Ereignisse - auch nach Vorlagen anderer Künstler. - Teils mit Quetschfalten, etwas vergilbt und fleckig. Teils mit geringen Oberflächenbeschabungen, weitere leichte Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren.

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        Three Physico-Theological Discourses : Concerning. I. II. III. , the Primitive Chaos, and Creation of the World. the General Deluge, its Causes and Effects. the Dissolution of the World, and Future Conflagration ... / by John Ray ...

      London : Printed For William Innys, ..., 1713, Hardback, Third EditionFinely bound in modern speckled calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 456 pages; Third edition, ... Much more enlarged than the former editions, from the author's own MSS. [Edited by W. Derham]. Physical desc. : xxxi, [1], 456 p. , I pl. (front. ) (port. ) , iv pl. : ill. ; 20 cm. Subject: Cosmology & Geology - Early works to 1800.

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        Das Erneuerte Alterthum, Oder Curieuse Beschreibung einiger vormahls berühmten, theils verwüsteten und zerstörten, theils aber wieder neu auferbauten Berg-Schlösser (3 Bände in 1)

      Frankfurt und Leipzig, Stössels Erben bzw. Niedt, 1713/15.. in Teutschland. Mit 2 gestochenen Frontisp., 7 Blatt, 650 Seiten, 17 Blatt; 6 Blatt, 336 Seiten, 8 Blatt; 1 Blatt, 336 Seiten, 8 Blatt, Pergamentband der Zeit, 17 x 10,5 cm,. Vorsatz mit Anmerkungen, Stempel auf dem ersten Titelblatt, innen unterschiedlich gebräunt, Titel des 2. und 3. Bandes mit Fleck im weißen Rand. Komplett mit allen drei Teilen selten. Umfangreiche Beschreibung deutscher Burgen und Schlösser und deren teils bewegte Geschichte.

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        La Science des Personnes de la Cour, de l'epee et de la Robe.Tome Premier

      Freres Chatelain, Amsterdam 1713 - Volume 1 (Tome Premier) only. 1713, later edition. Hardcover, 12mo., 19th- century calf with newer leather spine (the spine from the rebind is housed in a glassine envelope affixed to the rear pastedown). Engraved frontis plus 24 plates, all of which are quite elaborate fold-out charts or maps. Strong binding, reinforced. Plates and contents in excellent condition. Bookplate of the former owner, noted book collector Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt, on the front pastedown. Volume 1 only. RARE. Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Traité de la police, Où l'on trouvera l'Histoire de son Etablissement, les Fonctions et les Prerogatives de ses Magistrats, toutes les Loix et tous les Reglemens qui la concernent. On y a joint une Description historique et topographique de Paris

      chez Michel Brunet 1713 - - chez Michel Brunet, A Paris 1713 - 1719, 3 tomes en 3 Vol. in Folio (25x41,5cm), relié. - Nouvelle édition pour les deux premiers tomes, le troisième tome se trouve en édition originale. L'illustration comprend 3 vignettes de titres répétées aux armes, 2 bandeaux de titre pour l'épitre et la préface, et 2 lettrines ; 6 bandeaux de titres et lettrines pour le texte ; le tout gravé par Audran. Les huit tableaux dépliants de Paris sont manquant. Pages de titre en rouge et noir. Le premier volume du Traité de la police parait en 1707, le volume 2 en 1710, le volume 3 en 1719, et un quatrième volume (De la voirie), rédigé par le secrétaire de Delamare, paraîtra à titre posthume en 1738. Reliure en plein veau usagé d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin brun. 3 premiers caissons des deux premiers tomes absents, idem pour le premier caisson du tome III. Coiffes de queue arrachées. Pièces de titre et de tomaison manquantes aux 2 premiers tomes. Intérieur d'une belle fraîcheur. Le traité de la police, tout en étant secondairement une histoire des règlements dans l'Antiquité et de l'exercice de la police contient l'ensemble des ordonnances et des règles dans tous les domaines, c'est à dire tout ce qui se rapporte au droit public (nourriture, commerce, des spectacles, des prisons.) pour la ville de Paris. Le premier tome traite également des divers corps de la police et de son administration. C'est en 1667 que Lamoignon, premier Président du Parlement de Paris, suggéra l'idée à Nicolas Delamare, d'écrire un ouvrage décrivant les méthodes de la police dans une grande ville ; les archives et la riche bibliothèque de Colbert lui furent ouvertes à cette fin. « Cet ouvrage n'est pas, dit l'auteur, un simple recueil d'ordonnances, comme je me l'étais d'abord proposé ; ce sont des dissertations sur toutes les matières de police ; c'est une histoire de toutes les lois et de tous les règlements depuis l'établissement de la plus ancienne des républiques jusques à présent ». Dès les premières pages de son Traité, Delamare donnait une définition large de la police, comme un « art de procurer une vie commode et tranquille ». Le plan original de Delamare prévoyait 12 livres, il n'en parut que 6. Le premier livre traite "De la police en général et de ses magistrats et officiers", le second "de la religion", le troisième "des moeurs", le quatrième "de la santé", et le cinquième "des vivres" . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Schönheiten des Winters historisch und physikalisch abgeschildert. Frankfurt u. Leipzig, o.Dr. 1756. 8°. 6 Bll., 292 S. Pbd. d. Zt. mit Rsch.

      - Holzmann-B. VI, 7444 (gibt als Druckort Tübingen an).- Mit einer Vorrede des Tübinger Professors der Physik u. Mathematik Johann Kies (1713-1781).- Matthaeus Hiller (1646-1725) handelt das Thema in 7 Kapiteln ab: Von den vier Jahreszeiten; Von dem Reiffe; Von den Winden; Von der Kälte; Von dem Schnee; Von allerhand Gefrierungen und Erscheinungen der Kälte; Von vermischten oder zerschiedenen Vergnügungen des Winters.- Leicht gebräunt, Ebd. etw. berieben.

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        Inleidinge tot het Ceremonieel, en de Plegtigheden der Begraavenissen, en der Wapen-Kunde: Uit deszelfs Oorspronkelykheid aangeweezen en opgeheldert. 1. Druck.

      Delft, Andries Voorstad, 1713. - Gest. Titel, Drucktitel, 8 Bll., 266 S. Mit gest. Titel und 3 Kupfertafeln. 8°. Lederband d. Zeit auf 5 Bünden mit Rückenvergoldung, Rückenschild und Stehkantenvergoldung. Gering berieben und bestoßen; kleine Fehlstelle (ca. 2 mm) am oberen Kapital; Vorsätze leimschattig und stockfleckig - ansonsten nur gering stockfleckig; S. 98/99 mit kl. Rndeinriß . 2 Tafeln zeigen Grabmäler (u. a. dasjenige von Hugo Grotius, vgl. Abbildung), die 3. eine mittelalterliche Grabinschrift. Cornelis van Alkemade (1654-1737); niederländscher Jurist und Historiker; bedeutender Graphiksammler. NL

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        Memoires de la vie du comte de Grammont; contenant particulierement l'histoire amoureuse de la cour d'Angleterre, sous le regne de Charles II

      Cologne: Pierre Marteau, 1713. First edition. Full calf, raised bands, six gilt decorated compartments, marbled endpapers. Title in red and black. Spine scuffed else a very good copy with boards rubbed, a few tiny worm holes to the top edge of the rear board, endpapers toned at the edges, binding tight, text clean with only some odd foxing. 12mo.(17 cm). Thought to be written all or in part by Anthony Hamilton, Grammont's brother-in-law, a Jacobite officer who fought at the Boyne and settled in France after the first exile of the Stuarts. Grammont was an unscrupulous libertine and gambler who was eventually banished from the Court of Louis XIV for casting an eye (most certainly more) on one of the King's favorites. Grammont appears to have dictated the first and most entertaining section, down to his exile, to Hamilton while the last part, largely concerned with scandals of the court of Charles II, is by Hamilton. "The memoirs are written in admirable French, in a light, easy, slightly ironic style," OCFL. Armorial bookplate of de Constant Rebecque. Brunet III, p.29; Picot / Rothschild 1693. Graesse 204 (Later ed.). Ruble 452. Querard 815-16. Backer 1065.

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        Historia Patriarcharum Alexandrinorum Jacobitarum ad Marco usque ad Finem Saeculi XIII

      Paris: Apud Franciscum Fournier, 1713. Pp. [44], 612, [12]. Woodcut printer?'s device, ornaments, and initials; engraved vignette. Recently rebound in quarter calf, marbled boards, gilt spine, new endpapers. Older bookplate on pastedown, title a little soiled, marginal dampstain to first few preliminary leaves, but otherwise a very clean, crisp copy in an attractive modern binding. The First Edition of the French theologian and Orientalist, Eusèbe Renaudot?'s pioneering study of the Coptic church in Egypt, still considered one of the standard sources for material on the subject. "C?'est le plus connu et le plus savant des ouvrages de l?'abbé Renaudot, et le Recueil le plus complet que l?'on possède sur l?'histoire ecclesiastique de l?'Egypte et de la nation Copte." (Biblio graphie Universelle, Ancienne et Moderne, vol. 37, p.335).. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Quarto.

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        Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica.

      [University Press], Cambridge 1713 - 4to. [xxviii], 484, [6] pp. Complete with 1 folding plate and numerous textual diagrams. Contemporary blind-paneled calf, rebacked; marginal browning on the paste-down and flyleaves, very light marginal dampstains. Ownership signature of Jacobi Hebard on front paste-down. One of only 750 copies printed, this second edition of the Principia, edited by Roger Cotes, contains a leaf of verses by Halley not mentioned in Gray’s bibliography of Newton. In his important preface, Cotes attacks the Cartesian philosophy then still in vogue in the universities, and refutes an assertion that Newton’s theory of attraction is a "causa occulta." Additional material was added by Newton himself, including a second preface and an expanded chapter on the lunar theory of comets. A General Scholium was also added in which Newton sums up the purpose and accomplishment of the work.

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        I. Absinthium vulgare. II. Absinthium Latifolium marinum. III. Absinthium Ponticum album.

      Nuremburg 1713 - Copper-engraving, with fine hand colour. Dimensions: 520 by 420mm. (20.50 by 16.50 inches). A magnificent plate from "Hortus Eystettensis", one of the earliest and most famous works in the field. The Hortus Eystettensis is a pictorial record of the flowers grown in the greatest German garden of its time, that of Prince Bishop of Eichstatt, Johann Conrad von Gemmingen. The garden was begun by Joachim Camerarius in 1596 and, after his death in 1598, completed by Basil Besler, a pharmacist from Nuremberg. A visitor, Philipp Hainhofer, in 1611 marvelled at the eight gardens, each containing 'flowers from a different country; they varied in the beds and flowers, especially in the beautiful roses, lilies, tulips.' The Hortus records this variety and beauty. The book is exceptional in every sense; in its variety and range of flowers, in its size, in its fine quality of engraving. It is also one of the earliest records of flowers from a specific, documented garden. Besler was asked to complete the work by Gemmingen in 1606; the huge nature of the task was clear to Besler and he enlisted the help of his younger brother Hieronymus and Ludwig Jungermann, a nephew of Camerarius. Printing the Hortus may have begun as early as 1607. Drawings were made in situ and from specimens sent by the Bishop to Nuremberg; the Bishop reported to Hainhofer that he had boxes of fresh flowers sent every week to Besler at Nuremberg for sketching. A team of at least 10 engravers were employed to translate the drawings to copperplates. The gardens, along with most of the town of Eichstatt, were destroyed by the invading Swedish troops under Herzog Bernhard von Weimar in 1633-4, although they were partially restored by later bishops. Many of the original drawings survive in the University Library, Erlangen.

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        I. Reseda Plinij. II. Dracuncellus Hortensis. III. Abrotanum Mas.

      Nuremburg 1713 - Copper-engraving, with fine hand colour. Dimensions: 520 by 420mm. (20.50 by 16.50 inches). A magnificent plate from "Hortus Eystettensis", one of the earliest and most famous works in the field. The Hortus Eystettensis is a pictorial record of the flowers grown in the greatest German garden of its time, that of Prince Bishop of Eichstatt, Johann Conrad von Gemmingen. The garden was begun by Joachim Camerarius in 1596 and, after his death in 1598, completed by Basil Besler, a pharmacist from Nuremberg. A visitor, Philipp Hainhofer, in 1611 marvelled at the eight gardens, each containing 'flowers from a different country; they varied in the beds and flowers, especially in the beautiful roses, lilies, tulips.' The Hortus records this variety and beauty. The book is exceptional in every sense; in its variety and range of flowers, in its size, in its fine quality of engraving. It is also one of the earliest records of flowers from a specific, documented garden. Besler was asked to complete the work by Gemmingen in 1606; the huge nature of the task was clear to Besler and he enlisted the help of his younger brother Hieronymus and Ludwig Jungermann, a nephew of Camerarius. Printing the Hortus may have begun as early as 1607. Drawings were made in situ and from specimens sent by the Bishop to Nuremberg; the Bishop reported to Hainhofer that he had boxes of fresh flowers sent every week to Besler at Nuremberg for sketching. A team of at least 10 engravers were employed to translate the drawings to copperplates. The gardens, along with most of the town of Eichstatt, were destroyed by the invading Swedish troops under Herzog Bernhard von Weimar in 1633-4, although they were partially restored by later bishops. Many of the original drawings survive in the University Library, Erlangen. Nissen 158; Pritzel 745; Hunt 430; Blunt, pp 95-97; Stafleu & Cowan 497.

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        I. Thalictrum flore incarnato. II. Thalictrum flore albo. III. Fumaria tenuifolia floreniveo.

      Nuremburg 1713 - Copper-engraving, with fine hand colour. Dimensions: 520 by 420mm. (20.50 by 16.50 inches). A magnificent plate from "Hortus Eystettensis", one of the earliest and most famous works in the field. The Hortus Eystettensis is a pictorial record of the flowers grown in the greatest German garden of its time, that of Prince Bishop of Eichstatt, Johann Conrad von Gemmingen. The garden was begun by Joachim Camerarius in 1596 and, after his death in 1598, completed by Basil Besler, a pharmacist from Nuremberg. A visitor, Philipp Hainhofer, in 1611 marvelled at the eight gardens, each containing 'flowers from a different country; they varied in the beds and flowers, especially in the beautiful roses, lilies, tulips.' The Hortus records this variety and beauty. The book is exceptional in every sense; in its variety and range of flowers, in its size, in its fine quality of engraving. It is also one of the earliest records of flowers from a specific, documented garden. Besler was asked to complete the work by Gemmingen in 1606; the huge nature of the task was clear to Besler and he enlisted the help of his younger brother Hieronymus and Ludwig Jungermann, a nephew of Camerarius. Printing the Hortus may have begun as early as 1607. Drawings were made in situ and from specimens sent by the Bishop to Nuremberg; the Bishop reported to Hainhofer that he had boxes of fresh flowers sent every week to Besler at Nuremberg for sketching. A team of at least 10 engravers were employed to translate the drawings to copperplates. The gardens, along with most of the town of Eichstatt, were destroyed by the invading Swedish troops under Herzog Bernhard von Weimar in 1633-4, although they were partially restored by later bishops. Many of the original drawings survive in the University Library, Erlangen. Nissen 158; Pritzel 745; Hunt 430; Blunt, pp 95-97; Stafleu & Cowan 497.

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