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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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        An Account of the Ministers, Lecturers, Masters and Fellows of Colleges and Schoolmasters, who were Ejected or Silenced after the Restoration in 1660.

      London: Printed for J. Lawrence, in the Poultry; and four others 1713. - By or before the Act for Uniformity. design'd for the preserving to posterity, the memory of their names, characters, writings and sufferings. Volume II of two vols. 19.5 by 12 cms. xxxii+864 pp. in contemporary calf with a modest blind stamped pattern to boards, six panelled spine with raised bands and a modern spine label black, lettered gold. The ffep has the names Thom Macquay 1716, and John Weir, Sarah Weir and William Weir Stewarts Town. We assume this to be Stewartstown Co. Tyrone. Edmund Calamy, 1671-1732 was grandson of the famous Edmund Calamy the Elder. His fame rests not on his sermons but on his Nonconformist biographies. He wrote an abridgement of Richard Baxter's Narrative of his life and times and continued it up to 1691 with a chapter on Ministers ejected in 1662. This was published in 1702. The second edition of his Abridgement of Baxter's History was split into two vols. Vol II is an expansion of chaper ix of the 1702 edition of these Ministers. It is a monumental work, giving biographies and the literary works of these men. It is arranged by London and then each English county. It can stand alone from Vol I. The binding shows wear but has been professionally restored and is a sound tight copy and is internally clean and unmarked. A scarce volume.

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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

      Apud Franciscum Fournier, Paris 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). Size: Quarto [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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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        I. Cucumis Asininus. II. Hieracium fruticescens latifolium polyanthos. III. Rosmarinus Coronarius.

      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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        Essais de Morale, contenus en divers Traités, sur plusieurs devoirs importans. En 8 TOMES

      DESPREZ Guillaume / DESESSARTZ Jean 1713 - RO80062142: 336 + 324 + 351 + 352 + 336 + 531 + 379 + 350 pages. Bandeaux, lettrines et culs-de-lampe. Relié plein veau. Tomaison et caissons dorés sur le dos à 5 nerfs. Tranches rouges Manque les pièces de titre. Epidermures et quelques coins frottés. Quelques passages soulignés aux crayons de couleurs, rouges. TOME I : De la faiblesse de l'Homme, De la Soumission à la volonté de Dieu - De la Crainte de Dieu . TOME II : De la Civilté Chrétienne, De la Grandeur, Réflexions sur le Traité de Sénèque . TOME III : De la Connaissance de soi-même - Des diverses manières dont on tente Dieu - De la Comédie . TOME IV : Sur les quatre dernières Fins de l'Homme - Sur la pratique de la vigilance Chrétienne. TOME V : De l'Obéissance - Des Atraits - Des Supérieures - Des marques éloignées de vocation . TOME VI : Sur l'Epistre du Dimanche - Sur l'Evangile de la Messe pour le Jour de Noel . TOME VII : Sur l'Evangile de Mercredi des Cendres - Sur l'Evangile du IIIe Dimanche de Carême . TOME VIII : Sur l'Evangile du Dimanche de la Passion - Sur l'Epistre du Dimanche des Rameaux - Sur l'Evangile du Jeudi Saint . In-18 Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. légèrement passée. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur acceptable Classification Dewey : 210-Philosophie et théorie [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CONSTITUZIONI del venerabil monastero di S. Matteo in Arcetri militante sotto l'insegne del serafico padre San Francesco approvate dall'illustriss. e reverendiss. monsignore Tommaso Buonaventura de' conti Della Gherardesca arcivescovo di Firenze.

      - In Firenze, nella stamperia di sua altezza reale, per Jacopo Guiducci, e Santi Franchi, 1713, in-4, cartonatura marmorizzata coeva, pp. 40. Un rigo di testo cancellato a penna nel Settecento a p. 5. Ottimo esemplare. Molto raro: un solo esemplare censito in ICCI (alla Nazionale di Firenze). Ex-libris Piero Gerini. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Windsor-Forest. To the Right Honourable George Lord Lansdown

      London: Printed for Bernard Lintott 1713. - Folio, pp. [2], 18; slight spotting but a very good copy, disbound.First edition of Pope's second separately published poem, preceded by An Essay on Criticism in 1711. Written in the tradition that young poets begin with pastoral verse, Windsor-Forest, with its epigraph from Virgil's Eclogues, was the poem that first won Swift's regard and laid foundations for the 'most celebrated literary friendship of the earlier eighteenth century' (Oxford DNB).The poem takes its title from the royal forest which surrounded the farming village of Binfield in Berkshire, where Pope lived from the age of eleven – anti-Catholic legislation had forced his family to leave London in 1692. 'Granted the idealization of the English countryside the scenery it describes corresponds with remarkable accuracy to features actually present in the landscape' (Maynard Mack). Pope rescued the earlier, descriptive, section of the poem from his own juvenilia. The conclusion, with its vision of the peace that was hoped for following the Treaty of Utrecht, gives it a political dimension. The oaks of Windsor forest become a symbol of Englishness and, significantly for Pope, of the Stuarts. The prophecy that the trees will 'rush' bravely into the seas as new ships for naval conquests is a further endorsement for Queen Anne's reign. 'Non injussa cano' begins the epigraph, 'not without warrant I sing' (Virgil, Eclogues, vi.9): Pope's warrant for the concluding lines in particular was the encouragement of the dedicatee, the Tory statesman and poet, George Granville.'Pope was aware that the treaty of Utrecht was supposed to give Britain increased access to the slave trade. Yet his concluding vision explicitly includes abolition of slavery (ll. 407–12). Among scores of poems on the peace, Windsor-Forest appears to be the only one to mention actual (not metaphorical) slavery and oppose it' (Oxford DNB).Foxon P987; Griffith 9; Rothschild 1567. Language: English

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        LA COMMARE O' RACCOGLITRICE Divisa in tre libri.

      Venezia, per Domenico Lovisa, 1713. In-8 p. (mm. 218x168), p. pergam. coeva (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, pp (32),390 (ma 392), ornato da testate, grandi iniziali e finali inc. su legno; con interessanti e numerose figure nel t. che illustrano lo sviluppo del feto, i parti e gli stumenti ostetrici, tutte xilografate. Opera ?"in questa ultima editione corretta & accresciuta di nuova Aggiunta, cavata dal Libro delle Medicine partenenti all?'infermità delle donne gravide di Giovanni Marinello. Et altra di un gravissimo Autore, nel quale si rissolvono alcuni dubij importanti circa il battesimo de i bambini, e si danno alcuni avvisi spirituali molto à proposito per le partorienti, et un Trattato del Colostro, dove si tratta di diversi mali de i bambini con le loro cause, e rimedij singolari, di Pietro di Castro, medico fisico avignonese?". Cfr. Cat. Piantanida,II,1967 e segg. (per le numer. ediz.): "opera molto importante, essendo il primo libro di ostetricia pubblicato in Italia e assai in voga nel XVII secolo e in quello successivo" - Wellcome,IV, p. 116 - Blake, p. 302. Esemplare ben conservato. "Il Mercurio era medico riputatissimo; sembra che egli abbia esercitato l'ostetricia pratica in Francia intorno al 1571. Nel suo celeberrimo libro ?"La commare?", pubblicato a Venezia nel 1595, viene per la prima volta affermato che il bacino ristretto è un'indicazione per il taglio cesareo". Così Castiglioni, p. 480.

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        Acta Primorum Martyrum Sincera & Selecta. Ex Libris Cum Editis, Tum Manuscriptis Collecta, Eruta Vel Emendata, Notisque & Observationibus Illustrata. Opera & Studio Domni Theodorici Ruinart, ... His Praemittitur Praefatio ... (Truncated)

      Amstelaedami, Ex Officina Wetsteniana, 1713, Hardback, Editio secundaFull Book Title: Acta Primorum Martyrum Sincera & Selecta. Ex Libris Cum Editis, Tum Manuscriptis Collecta, Eruta Vel Emendata, Notisque & Observationibus Illustrata. Opera & Studio Domni Theodorici Ruinart, ... His Praemittitur Praefatio Generalis..... . ...in Qua Refellitur Dissertatio Undecima Cyprianica Henrici Dodwelli De Paucitate MartyrumFull contemporary aniline calf, very good; minor rubbing and toning as with age. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a Morocco label. Spine compartments elaborately and uniformly tooled in gilt. An uncommonly good example - scans etc. On request. ; 645 pages; Editio secunda ab ipso auctore recognita, emendata & aucta. Description; [8], LXXVII, [7], 645, [3] p. , [1] c. Di tav. : antip. Calcogr. ; fol. Subjects: Martyrs. Printer's device with the title printed in corresponding red and black. Signatures; a-k4 l6 A-4G4 4H6 4I-4K4 4L6.

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        En book af menniskiones slächt och Jesu Christi börd eller, Bibliskt slächt-register från Adam, til Iesu Christi Heliga Moder Jungfru Maria, och hennes trolåfwade man Ioseph : med the förnämsta hufwud-slächters brenar efter then Heliga Srift och lärda mäns böcker.

      Kongl. Antiquities Archivi Bostrnckaren, Stockholm 1713 - First edition, folio, pp. [8], 210; engraved frontis and engraved vignette title, 5 engraved plates (3 folding), numerous woodcut illus. throughout the text, several full-p., plus tables (a number double-p.), typographic ornaments and initials, text partially in Gothic letter; a few spots and stains, but generally a very good, sound copy in contemporary full paneled calf, rebacked. Genealogical register of Biblical characters, from Adam to Mary and Joseph. A handsome production typographically, and with many textual illustrations of monuments and inscriptions. Minnesota and Oklahoma only in OCLC. [Attributes: First Edition]

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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 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De nieuwe naauwkeurige Nederlandse Hovenier onderwijsende hoe hier te lande, onder it climaat een tuin, met sijn Parken, Paaden, Glintingen en Heiningen wel sal aangeleid, en de Boomen aan deese moeten geplant, gesnoeid, aangebonden en onderhouden werden. En op was wijse men onvrugtbaare Boomen, 't sy Karrel-Steen-Vrugten Vrugtbaar maaken, en nu wel draagsaam, alsoo bewaaren kan...

      Leiden, J. Du Vivie, 1713. 4to (200 x 155mm). pp. (xiv, including frontispiece), 286, (10), with engraved frontispiece and 14 engraved plates; a fine copy in contemporary Dutch calf. First edition of this rare Dutch work on fruit trees. The charming frontispiece, by F. Bleiswyk, depicts a lady and gentleman strolling through a formal garden while 11 gardeners attend to their work. The plates illustrate the layout of an orchard and the growth and care of fruit trees, including techniques of pruning and the extermination of insect pests.//Arnold Arboretum (supplement) p. 222; Wageningen. Catalogus Speciale Collecties I, 254.

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        De' secreti del r. d. Alessio piamontese, parti quattro. Novamente ristampati, e da molti errori ricorretti.

      Venedig, Bortolo Zerletti 1713. 554, [38] pp 8° - Im Innnendeckel Exlibris des Heraldikers Oskar Göschen. Sehr guter Zustand..

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        A compleat history of the late war in the Netherlands. Together with an abstract of the Treaty of Utrecht

      London: William Pearson for Thomas Ward. 1713. "First edition, 1 volume in 2, 8vo, pp. [2] ads, [10], 23 (subscribers' list), [1], xvi, 218; [2], 221-448, [12] index; full contemporary paneled calf, gilt spines, red morocco labels; spines rubbed, small cracks starting at ends of joints, but generally a very good, sound set with the full compliment of 15 double-page engraved maps and plans. Horn 445: ""Plainly this rather sumptuous work was issued for aristocratic readers. While it pays tribute to Marlborough, Blenheim, which is called Hochstet, is attributed to God's intervention as much as to the ""sedateness"" and courage of the two commandersÉ It is not surprising that neither Marlborough's names, nor any of his family, nor those of Addison, Steele, Garth, nor Godolphin, Sunderland, Halifax and other Whig leaders appear on the list of subscribers. This is among the earliest formal histories of Marlborough's military career."""

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        Consultationum Medicinalium centuria prima, Quam in gratiam Clinicorum evulgat Hyeronymus Gaspari...

      Patavii, ex Typographia Seminarii, apud Jo. Manfrè, 1713. PRIMA EDIZIONE pubblicata dopo la morte dell?autore a cura del medico veronese Girolamo Gaspari. Malpighi è considerato il fondatore dell?embriologia descrittiva. Interessanti le considerazioni sulla follia (da pag. 18 a 48 e da 92 a 102). In 4to, cartone coevo originale con rinforzo al dorso; pp. (8), 179. Bell?esemplare con barbe, qualche alone marginale all?inizio ed alla fine; minime tracce d?uso alla legatura. Vinciana 1949: pregiata e rara edizione originale; Putti, 651; Capparoni I pag. 73 e seg. Axs

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        Le misantrope contenant Des Réfléxions Critiques, Satyriques & Comiques, sur les défauts des hommes. [Le misantrope pour l'année M.DCC.XI.; Le misantrope de l'ann'e M.DCC.XII. ]

      A La Haye, Chez T. Johnson, MDCCXI, MDCCXII (1712-1713). - 2 volumes in 1 ; 17 cm. ; OCLC: 43360329 ; contemporary banded leather, peeling at spine ; This is the complete collection of the 85 issued numbers of van Effen's Le Misantrope, considered the first magazine to be published in Europe, patterned on that of The Spectator of Addison and Steele ; Justus van Effen was born in Utrecht, and after a botched attempt to complete a scientific degree at the University of Utrecht, as well as a couple of wild love affairs, he made his way to London where he spent much time in the company of the literary circles that frequented the then-scandalous coffee houses ; upon his return to the Netherlands, he eventually makes his way to the Hague, where he is employed for a time. Here he publishes the magazine in numbers written anonymously, selling for half a stuiver. Although the magazine fails after just two years, and van Effen goes on to publish other, more lavish serial publications, this remains his most important contribution. After much acclaim in his later years, and after arranging for the livelihood of his mistress and illegitimate children by a deathbed marriage, van Effen died of cancer in Den Bosch on September 18, 1735 ; G [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Diploma manoscritto

      Milano, 1532 (copia autentica da estratto del 1713) - Diploma manoscritto del Duca di Milano con il quale egli assegna lo stemma gentilizio al fratello Giovanni Paolo Sforza, Marchese di Caravaggio, e a tutti i suoi discendenti. Copia autentica estratta dal Regio Archivio di Milano il 3 luglio 1713. Fascicolo coevo In-folio, coperta originale in cartone rustico, contenente 6 pagine manoscritte e le ultime due bianche, all'interno, doppio foglio con grande arma araldica della famiglia Sforza, interamente dipinta in vivaci colori e disposta orizzontalmente con alcune note manoscritte laterali. In allegato documento sciolto di 4 pagine, manoscritto alla prima con i dati dell'estratto, datati 1713. Ottimo esemplare. 0

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        Historia Delle Guerre CIVILI Di Francia Di Henrico Caterino Davila: Nella Quale Si Contengono Le Operationi Di Quattro Re, Francesco 2. Carlo 9. Enrico 3. & Enrico 4. Cognominato IL Grande. Con L'Indice Piu Copioso Delle Cose Notabili

      Venezia: Domenico Lovisa, 1713, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formVery good copy in the original full, limp vellum. Raised bands with gilt-blocked titling. Minor, generalized wear to the bands and panel edges with 2 tears along the band stitching. Remains uncommonly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 834 pages; Description: 834 p. Subjects: France --History --Religion and politics --Church history --16th century

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        Le Thévenon ou les journées de la montagne. Neuchâtel, Société Typographique 1777. 8°. 489 S., 1 Bl., Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rvg. u. Rsch.

      - Perret 445 - Dreyer 116.- Erste Ausgabe.- Der Thévenon ist ein Höhenrücken des Schweizer Jura im Kanton Waadt; den dortigen Findlingen schreibt der Pfarrer und Naturforscher Élie Bertrand (1713-1797) als erster alpinen Ursprung zu.- La référence aux ,Rreveries du promeneur solitaire? de Rousseau est ici evidente.? (Perret).- Tls. leicht braunfleckig, 1 Bl. mit kl. ergänztem Randausriss, Ebd. etw. berieben.# First edition of this important work onn the alpine origins of the erratic blocks of the Jura and the swiss ?plateau? normally attributed to H. B. Saussure or J. A: de Luc. But is was actually Bertrand who first recognised and published this fact in this book. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Crisis: Or, A Discourse Representing, from the Most Authentick Records, the Just Causes of the Late Happy Revolution . . . with Some Seasonable Remarks on the Danger of a Popish Successor

      Printed by Sam. Buckley and sold by Ferd. Burleigh. First edition, second issue, with the imprint changed from 1713 to 1714.. A remarkable copy: minor wear and soiling with some corners dog-eared, but overall in fine condition, nearly as issued.. Rothschild 1950; NCBEL II, 1115. 4to, original gray wrappers, stitched as issued, untrimmed, 37 pages + 1 page of publisher?s ads. Steele?s famous, widely circulated and controversial polemic on the question of Hanoverian succession, which - together with his other pamphlet The Englishman - was responded to by Swift?s equally famous The Publick Spirit of the Whigs, all of which led Steele to be expelled from the House of Commons, only eight months after he was admitted, for scandalous and seditious libels against Her Majesty, the Nobility, Gentry and Clergy of the Kingdom.

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        Opera] ex recensione & cum notis atque emendationibus Richardi Bentleii. Editio altera.

      Apud Rod. & Gerh. Wetstenios Hff 1713 - (HORACE) HORATIUS FLACCUS, Quintus. [Opera] ex recensione & cum notis atque emendationibus Richardi Bentleii. Editio altera. Amstelaedami [Amsterdam]: Apud Rod. & Gerh. Wetstenios Hff., 1713. In 4 de [XXIV]-442-[II]-443-717-[I]-239-[I]pp., reliure originaire de Cambridge en plein veau fauve de l'époque, dos récemment restauré à cinq nerfs ornés de frises dorées, caissons dorés, fleurons dorés, frises dorées à la tête et à la queue du dos, triple filet d'encadrement doré sur les plats, fleurons estampés aux angles externes d'un cadre de cuir beige de trois centimètres environ entourant un rectangle de cuir fauve au centre de chaque, le tout formant un cartouche, les bordures des différentes parties de cuir étant délimitées par des frises estampées, manque de cuir à la marge latérale du plat supérieur et à la marge supérieure du second plat, grandes marges, frontispice orné d'une magnifique gravure, notes manuscrites à l'encre noire aux premiers feuillets, ex-libris et annotations au crayon à papier rouge au dessus du nom de l'auteur, bon et bel exemplaire. Seconde édition de cette ouvrage édité par Richard Bentley, publiée pour la premiére fois à Cambridge en 1711, connue pour ces nombreuses erreurs et contresens. Les éditions d'Amsterdam de 1713 et de 1728 sont preférables a la première, les notes et l'index étant les mêmes que l'édition anglaises mais corrigées par Verbugius. Copie ayant appartenu au révérend Franke Parker, recteur de Luffincott. 0.0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        REMARKS UPON A LATE DISCOURSE OF FREE-THINKING IN A LETTER TO F. H. D. D.: (First and Second Parts)

      London:: John Morphew and E. Curl,. 1713. First edition of the second part bound together with the third edition of the first part. Bentley was an English classical scholar, critic, theologian and Master of Trinity College. He is credited with creating the English school of Hellenism, is ranked with the great heroes of classical learning and called the "founder of historical philology." His REMARKS UPON... is one of the best-known responses to the English philosopher and deist Anthony Collins's DISCOURSE OF FREE-THINKING. "Bentley destroyed any pretensions of Collins to thorough scholarship, exposed many gross blunders, and claimed Collins's principle of free inquiry as his own and that of all the orthodox believers" (Dictionary of National Biography). 86pp each of volumes one and two plus a single leaf of ads at rear (printed on recto only). 8vo., marbled endpapers, boards and page edges; black leather corners and spine, lettered and ruled in gilt with ornaments in four compartments. Tiny, penciled, scholarly notations in margins throughout; verso of marbled endpapers and opposing blanks spotted, otherwise quite fresh and clean. Binding edges worn and front board rubbed, otherwise very good.

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        A compleat history of the late war in the Netherlands. Together with an abstract of the Treaty of Utrecht.

      William Pearson for Thomas Ward, London 1713 - First edition, 1 volume in 2, 8vo, pp. [2] ads, [10], 23 (subscribers' list), [1], xvi, 218; [2], 221-448, [12] index; full contemporary paneled calf, gilt spines, red morocco labels; spines rubbed, small cracks starting at ends of joints, but generally a very good, sound set with the full compliment of 15 double-page engraved maps and plans. Horn 445: "Plainly this rather sumptuous work was issued for aristocratic readers. While it pays tribute to Marlborough, Blenheim, which is called Hochstet, is attributed to God's intervention as much as to the "sedateness" and courage of the two commandersÉ It is not surprising that neither Marlborough's names, nor any of his family, nor those of Addison, Steele, Garth, nor Godolphin, Sunderland, Halifax and other Whig leaders appear on the list of subscribers. This is among the earliest formal histories of Marlborough's military career." [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Scabiosa Indica flore saturate rubro [Double-flowered mourning bride]; Scabiosa Indica flore dilute rubro [Mourning bride]; Scabiosa tenuifolia flore cinero [Scabiosa]

      Eichstatt 1713 - Hand-coloured engraving. Some soiling in bottom margin and off-set from text, otherwise good condition. Basil Besler published "Hortus Eystettensis", the earliest large folio botanical, at Eichstatt near Nuremburg, in 1613. He worked on the drawings for the 374 copper engravings over a period of sixteen years from the plants in the garden of Bishop Johann Conrad von Gemmingen, his patron. Depicted in this florilegium were flowers, herbs, vegetables and "exotic" plants such as tobacco and peppers. Besler and his brothers were familiar with real and alleged medicinal properties of the different plants, and they lived at a time when exotic, new plants were being shipped to Europe from all over the world. The garden that Besler organized and illustrated for his patron was both ornamental and experimental, and the large book he had engraved after his drawings was unique. The prints, made by a team of master engravers, are strong and exquisitely done.

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        Aula honoris primorum ab origine sua philosophorum Trophaeis, Et Facultatis Philosophicae Praesidum Vetustis Ceris Exornata Novo Triumpho Consecrata; Quando sub felici regimine ...... Lotharii Francisci, s. sedis Moguntinae archi-episcopi ... sub rectoratu ... Joann. Wolffgangi Antz ... post collatam licentiam a ... Francis. Rutgero ab Haren ... Henricus Menshengen ... AA. LL. & Philosophiae Candidatos, Meritis Insignibus Philosophici Doctoratus Et Baccalaureatus ... condecoravit

      Mainz, Mayer 1713. 32 cm. 15, (1) Seiten Bronzefirnispapier-Umschlag der Zeit - DBA 827, 257 (vgl.) - Haemmerle 29 - Enthält unter anderem: Chronologie der Rektoren, Dekane, Promotoren und Doktoranden der Universität Mainz von 1618 bis 1712; Doktoren der Philosophie des Jahres 1713 unter Rektor Johann Wolfgang Antz, Dekan Johann Konrad Kraus und Heinrich Menshengen als Promotor. Der Bronzefirnispapier-Umschlag von Simon Haichele zeigt Akanthusranken, dazwischen Jäger, Hunde, Hirsche, etc. (vgl. Haemmerle) - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        Acta Primorum Martyrum Sincera & Selecta. Ex Libris Cum Editis, Tum Manuscriptis Collecta, Eruta Vel Emendata, Notisque & Observationibus Illustrata. Opera & Studio Domni Theodorici Ruinart, ... His Praemittitur Praefatio Generalis . ...in Qua Refellitur Dissertatio Undecima Cyprianica Henrici Dodwelli De Paucitate Martyrum

      Amstelaedami, Ex Officina Wetsteniana, 1713. Editio secunda. Editio secunda ab ipso auctore recognita, emendata & aucta. Description; [8], LXXVII, [7], 645, [3] p. , [1] c. Di tav. : antip. Calcogr. ; fol. Subjects: Martyrs. Printer's device with the title printed in corresponding red and black. Signatures; a-k4 l6 A-4G4 4H6 4I-4K4 4L6. Full contemporary aniline calf, very good; minor rubbing and toning as with age. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a Morocco label. Spine compartments elaborately and uniformly tooled in gilt. An uncommonly good example - scans etc. On request.

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        La Floride, Suivant les Nouvelles Observations de Messrs. de l'Academie Royale des Sciences, etc. Augmentees de Nouveau. A Leide chez Pierre vander Aa. Avec Privilege.

      Leyden: 1713 - Rare and important original color map of southeast North America, from Maryland and Illinois in the north (including Philadelphia) to Mexico in the south and the Bahamas in the east. Noted for its great detail, with Native American villages, mountains and rivers, and English, French and Spanish settlements. With the Mississippi River very clearly defined, but depicted too far to the west; Florida with a slightly blunted peninsula, with St. Augustine named. Title cartouche embellished with Native American figures, a lion, deer and figures in canoes. From 'Le Nouveau Theatre du Monde', and based on Delisle's important Carte du Mexique de la Floride of 1703. Cumming (155) lists its title as "La Florida(sic)." and dates it 1713. 11 3/4 x 9". Matted and framed. A slightly light impression on the female Native American figure. With old color, possibly early. Without fold marks, very good. Cumming, W.P. (SE) 155. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Reise nach Italien. Mit vilen neuen anmerckungen und figuren vermehret. (3 Tle. in 1 Bd.).

      Leipzig, Thomas Fritsch 1713.. 8°. Titelbl. in Rot- und Schwarzdr., 3 Bll. (Vorwort), 1276 S., 22 Bll. (Reg.). Mit 1 Front. u. 74 [v. 76?.] (dav. 28 gef.) Tafeln in Kupferst. u. 4 kl. Textillustr. in Holzschnitt. Pergamentband der Zeit mit abgeschrägten Deckelkanten, Rü.beschriftung v. alter Hand u. umseit. Rotschnitt. Einbd. m. altersbed. Abnutzungserscheinungen, insgesamt aber sehr schön erhaltenes Exemplar, im Text sehr sauber u. beinahe ohne Gebrauchsspuren.. Fromm IV, 17819. Für die Italienrezeption des 18. Jahrhunderts wichtiges Reisehandbuch. Zweite, vermehrte Auflage der deutschen Übersetzung von Missons erstmals 1691 in Den Haag ('Nouveau voyage d'Italie') erschienenen Reisebeschreibung von Italien. Die erste deutsche Ausgabe erschien ebenfalls bei Fritsch 1701 unter dem Titel 'Maximilan Missons Reisen aus Holland durch Deutschland in Italien'. Das in Briefform abgefasste Werk zählt zu den wichtigsten Italienhandbüchern des 18. Jahrhunderts und galt lange Zeit als maßgeblicher Reiseführer für Italien. Die hübschen Kupfertafeln vorwiegend mit Ansichten von antiken Kunstwerken und Gebäuden sowie auch Trachten, Porträts u. mehreren Stadtplänen.

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        Iasminum Indicum, seu flos mirabilis peruanus

      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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        Ceremoniale episcoporum Clementis papae VIII. et Innocentii X. jussu recognitum

      Typis Michaeliis Angeli et Ppetri Vincentii de Rubeis,, Romae, 1713 - Cm. 24, pp. (12) 327 (37). Frontespizio in rosso e nero con grande stemma centrale, testo interamente impresso in rosso e nero, con molte affascinanti figure ad illustrazione dei riti religiosi e pagine di note musicali. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in pieno marocchino, dorso a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Piatti inquadrati da duplice filetto dorato. Tagli dorati. Esemplare genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Una nota di possesso manoscritta al frontespizio: Di Monsignor A. Gio. Batta Manifesti. Edizione stampata in formato in-quarto di questo Ceremoniale che, nello stesso anno, era apparso anche in un formato minore. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Jan Baptist n. Jan Goeree b. P. van der Aa., "Nova Orbis Terraquei tabula Accuratissi delineatio".

      . altkol. ( full original Colour ), 1713, 49,5 x 65,5. Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. I, AA 6.; Tooley, Mapmaker, Vol. 2, Page 181 ( Jan Goeree ). - Prachtvolle zugleich sehr seltene Weltkarte in 2 Hemisphären, geschmückt mit zahlr. figürlichen Allegorien. Am oberen Rand zeigt die Karte die Götter der klassischen Mythologie, im unteren Rand die Bewohner der 4 Kontinente sowie Landschaftsansichten. - Gerahmt ( framed )

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        Acta Primorum Martyrum Sincera & Selecta. Ex Libris Cum Editis, Tum Manuscriptis Collecta, Eruta Vel Emendata, Notisque & Observationibus Illustrata. Opera & Studio Domni Theodorici Ruinart, . His Praemittitur Praefatio Generalis.: . .in Qua Refellitur Dissertatio Undecima Cyprianica Henrici Dodwelli De Paucitate Martyrum

      Amstelaedami, Ex Officina Wetsteniana 1713 - Editio secunda ab ipso auctore recognita, emendata & aucta. Description; [8], LXXVII, [7], 645, [3] p. , [1] c. Di tav. : antip. Calcogr. ; fol. Subjects: Martyrs. Printer's device with the title printed in corresponding red and black. Signatures; a-k4 l6 A-4G4 4H6 4I-4K4 4L6. Full contemporary aniline calf, very good; minor rubbing and toning as with age. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a Morocco label. Spine compartments elaborately and uniformly tooled in gilt. An uncommonly good example - scans etc. On request. 4 Kg. 645 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Romæ Antiquæ Notitia: or, the antiquities of Rome. In two parts. Together with HAMILTON/KIRK, OUtlines.Vases, 2nd edition, 1814.

      London: for T. Child & R. Knaplock 1713 - Fifth edition. 1713 (19.5 x 12.5 cm), [16], 375, [29]pp., engraved portrait frontispiece and vignette to title page, illustrated with 12 engraved plates; contemporary sprinkled calf, double blind roll framing boards, red morocco lettering piece to second compartment of six, raised bands, red spreckled edges, somewhat rubbed. Provenance: Earls of Macclesfield (armorial bookplate and blindstamp). "[Kennett] graduated BA in 1693 and MA in 1696 [from Oxford College]. That year he published his first and most successful work, Romae antiquae notitia, or, The Antiquities of Rome. Prefaced by two original essays - 'The Roman learning' and 'The Roman education' - it passed through many editions, and as late as 1786 the bookseller William Lowndes purchased a thirty-second share in the rights to the book. Its elegant synthesis of the antiquarian data assembled over the previous 200 years ensured it a leading place among books on the daily life of the Romans until the nineteenth century." (DNB) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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