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        Johannis Brunnemanni, Jurisconsulti Commentarius in Quinquaginta Libros Pandectarum. Opus Theoretico - Practicum, ab ipso Autore recognitum. A Samuele Strykio, JC. Accessit

      Apud Johannem Thenet Jean Thenet, 1714. 1 vol. in - folio (format 36 x 23 cm) reliure de l'époque demi - basane marron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Apud Johannem Thenet [ Jean Thenet ], Lugduni [ Lugdunum / Lyon ], 1714, 6 ff., 668 pp., 1 f. (second titre), 468 pp. et 51 ff. n. ch. (index) Edition citée dans Camus & Dupin, 1819, 380 : "Brunnemann, né le 7 avril 1608 à Cologne sur la Sprée, professeur de droit à Francfort sur l'Oder, est mort le 5 décembre 1672. Comme il s'est souvent éloigné dans son Commentaire de la doctrine de Benoît Capzou et des autres jurisconsultes saxons, cela a donné lieu à des débats littéraires assez vifs". Etat très satisfaisant (reliure frottée avec qq. épidermures en plats, petites piqûres au dos, petite mouill. angulaire) pour cet impressionnant commentaire des Pandectes. Latin

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        The Travels of Several Learned Missioners of the Society of Jesus, into Divers Parts of the Archipelago, India, China, and America. Containing a General Description of the Most Remarkable Towns; with a Particular Account of the Customs, Manners, and Religion of Those Several Nations, ... London, Printed for R. Gosling, 1714.

      1714. Pp. (xiv), 336, index (12), adv. (4). With two folding engraved plates. Modern half calf on marbled boards, spine with five raised bands, gilt and with title label. Partly with marginal waterstaining. Foredge chipped and soiled at beginning and end. Some small wormholes, mainly in margin. The first English translation of the Jesuit letters. Comprises 22 letters selected from Father Le Gobien's "Lettres Édifiantes et Curieuses" (volumes 9 & 10, Paris 1711 - 13). The first ten letters deal with various parts of India, seven letters are devoted to China, two to Canada, one to South America, one to the Philippines, Japan and the Nicobar islands and finally one to Greece. The two plates belong to the letters on China; one of the Ginseng plant and the other of a Chinese inscription (on a plate given to the Jesuits at Peking in 1711). Sabin 40707. De Backer - S. III, 1514.

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        A New and Correct Map of the World Projected upon the Plane of the Horizon laid down from the Newest Discoveries and most Exact Observations By C. Price Sold by G Willdey.

      1714. Copperplate, original colour, mm 635x995. A rare british double - hemispherical world map depicted in an unusual oblique projecton with London in the center of the eastern hemisphere, practically dividing the world into land and marine hemispheres. This innovative map was first published by Price with the new partnership of Willdey and Brandreth, probably in 1711. In other words, the map was created as part of a particular publishing venture that was specifically intended to expand the British market for printed maps. The Price - Willdey - Brandreth partnership ended just two years later. Willdey took control of the printing plates for Price's world map and reissued it with substantial changes. Willdey had allegorical depictions of the four continents added across the top, perhaps in an effort to expand the map's market; the allegories were designed and engraved by H. Terrason (fl. 1713 - 1717). Willdey also had Terrason fill the bottom of the map with a large number of icons depicting the other commodities that Willdey sold, like telescopes, a clock, a globe, an armillary spheres, compasses, a gun, a microscope, and a barometer as well as scissors, knives, buckles, monocles, spectacles, tweezers, and razors. The plates were eventually bought in 1749 or 1750 by Thomas Jefferys (1719 - 1771), who continued to realize a return on his investment by selling impressions of the map, although with the icons of the commodities removed. Very good condition. Minor reinforcements at folds and margins.

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        Tabulae anatomicae...

      Ex typ. Francisci Gonzaga, 1714. Cm. 40, pp. xliv, 115 (13) + (2) d'errata e aggiunte. Bella immagine centrale al frontespizio con la raffigurazione di una lezione di anatomia e 47 tavole fuori testo finemente incise in rame. Legatura coeva in mezza pelle e piatti marmorizzati. Dorso schiarito, qualche segno d'uso alla legatura e poche arrossature marginali. Copia genuina ed assai marginosa, in ottimo stato di conservazione, completa della carta finale d'errata spesso mancante. Si tratta dell'edizione originale di quest'opera che comprende le celebri tavole anatomiche che Eustachi approntò nel '500 ma che, per lungo tempo perdute, furono pubblicate solo nella presente stampa. L'edizione fu curata ed annotata da Giovanni Maria Lancisi per merito del quale la scienza potè fruire di una delle opere più importanti nella storia della medicina e odontoiatria per l'importanza dei primi studi sui reni, il sistema venoso, l'udito e i denti. Cfr. Heirs of Hippocrates (324): "Had the plates been published at the time they were executed, Eustachi would undoubtedly have ranked with Vesalius as a founder of modern anatomical studies" .

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        Opere del padre Gio. Pietro Pinamonti della Compagnia di Gesu, con un breve ragguaglio della sua vita

      Pezzana, 1714. in 8° - pp.pp 20nn + 917 + 7nn - Carta colorata non coeva - Marca sul front. (giglio con corona) - Ritr. calcogr. dell'Autore inciso da A. Luciani - Capilettera - Mancanza angolo superiore dell'antiporta - fioriture sparse - Pinamonti Gian Pietro (Pistoia 1632 - Orta, Novara 1703), scrittore ascetico, lascio' gli studi a causa di violenti cefalee e si dedico' alla predicazione. Fu direttore spirituale della Duchessa di Modena

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        Continuation der Nürnbergischen Hesperidum...

      zu finden bei dem Authore, 1714. In folio (mm 350x230), 22 carte n.n. fra cui il frontespizio in rosso e nero e la splendida antiporta di Decker, 239 carte numerate, 2 cc. di registro. Capolettera istoriati ed eleganti testatine e finalini tutto inciso in legno; 6 grandi vignette incise in rame nel testo, 135 incisioni (di T.G. Beck, J.A. Delsenbach, J. à Montalegre ed altri) comprese nella numerazione; le prime 9 tavole all'inizio (di cui 5 ripiegate) sono numerate I - IX e quelle alla fine (tutte ripiegate) numerate I - V. Piena pelle coeva con reintegro al dorso su cui sono stati applicati i sei nervi originali con il titolo su tasselli in oro e ricchi fregi eseguiti a piccoli ferri. Prima edizione della Continuation, che seguì la prima parte dell'opera pubblicata nel 1708. L'opera è illustrata da un apparato iconografico di ricercata bellezza: incisioni raffiguranti agrumi nella parte superiore, mentre in basso vi sono raffigurazioni di palazzi, giardini, labirinti ed altro, che si possono considerare dei capolavori dell'arte botanica, fra cui citiamo: la Malcontenta, villa Pisani, palazzo Foscarini a Stra e numerosissimi altri palazzi che si incontrano lungo il Brenta e nella padovana ed in provincia di Verona con vedute di Quinzano, Parona, Settimo di Pescantina, Chievo; all'inizio le grandi tavole raffiguranti giardini fra cui citiamo Villa Allegri (ora Arvedi) a Cuzzano presso Verona, Palazzo Morosini (Padova), Schoenbrunn, Castello di San Georghen vicino a Bayreuth, Munchausen Schwöbber (vicino a Hameln); alla fine questa edizione è arricchita da grandi tavole ripiegate di piante e frutti esotici con architetture e panorami nei loro habitat. Magnifica antiporta mitologica incisa finemente in rame su disegno di Paul Decker, che rappresenta le tre ninfe sorelle Egle, Aretusa ed Espertusa, protettrici e custodi del mitico giardino delle Esperidi. Egle custode della pianta del cedro dalle forme curiose, bizzarre, e dai profumi soavi; Aretusa, custode della pianta del limone, gemma preziosa per giardinieri e medici, Espertusa, custode degli aranci. Simbolo di uno status patrizio nella società settecentesca, il giardino dei "pomi d'oro" è un autentico luogo di delizia, inesauribile fonte d'ispirazione per artisti e poeti. Volckamer (1644 - 1720) intraprendente commerciante di Norimberga con una profonda passione per la botanica, figlio di un medico e botanico dedito alla studio ed alla progettazione di giardini; nei primi anni del 1660 visitò una moltitudine di giardini e parchi in Italia, dove nacque un suo speciale interesse per l'universo degli agrumi. Passione che coltivò, attraverso la collezione di piante, dopo il ritorno nella terra natia, costruendo il proprio giardino, dove colto da ispirazione crea numerosi schizzi che poi andranno a comporre la sua opera fondamentale in due libri. E' nel 1708 che dà alle stampe il libro Nürbergisches Hesperides oder gründliche Beschreibung der edlen Citronat, Citronen - und Pomeranzen - Früchte.... di evidente derivazione dalle Hesperides di Giovanni Battista Ferrari, opera che celebra gli agrumi (Hesperides, sive, De malorum aureorum cultura). Volckamer coniuga suggestioni mitologiche e ricerca scientifica in un opera letteraria, di grande fascino, dove i doni della natura si intrecciano a paesaggi e architetture di ville del nord est italiano, luoghi con i quali l'autore intratteneva i suoi contatti d'affari. Blunt: "delightful views of the gardens and palaces of Germany, Austria and Italy"; Nissen BBI 2078 - Pritzel 9849 - Kat. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 3324 - Dunthorne 323.

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        Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica. Auctore Isaaco Newtono, Equite Aurato. Edition Ultima, Auctior et Emendatior.

      Sumptibus Societatis, 1714. In 4° (mm 260x205). Pagg. (28), 484, (8). Frontespizio in rosso e nero con vignetta allegorica in rame, con putti e motto "Vis Unita Major". Firma di possesso non identificabile; una tavola ripiegata in rame f.t. raffigurante l'orbita della cometa, che secondo le tesi di Newton poteva essere non solo ellittica, ma anche iperbolica e parabolica. Centinaia di diagrammi silografici nel testo. Alle prime carte dedica a Carlo II, segue un poemetto di E.D. Halley a Newton e due prefazioni di Newton, datate "Londini, May 8 1686" e "Mar. 28 1713"; poi la prefazione editoriale curata da Roger Cotes professore di astronomia e filosofia sperimentale del Trinity College, datata "Cantabrigiae Maii 12. 1713" e infine lo "Index Capitum totius operis". Pergamena rigida coeva con unghie, titolo su tassello in oro al dorso, tagli blu. Seconda edizione, prima tiratura di Amsterdam (una seconda olandese fu pubblicata nel 1723) editata mentre Newton lavorava ancora ai suoi studi, redatta sulla seconda del 1713, la prima a contenere lo "Scholium generale" scritto in risposta alle obiezioni di Berkeley e Leibniz, ma rivista e corretta interamente ad Amsterdam; appaiono per la prima volta aggiunte e correzioni dell'A. ed anche le incisioni vengono eseguite e aggiunte apposta per questa edizione. L'opera è suddivisa in tre libri, nei primi due tratta del moto dei corpi e dei mezzi di contrasto, quali aria e acqua; nel terzo libro, chiamato Sul sistema del mondo, Newton espone la legge di gravitazione universale che agisce, secondo l'A. in ogni luogo e per ogni corpo. Nei Principia Newton compie l'unificazione tra la fisica galileiana e l'astronomia di Keplero. Infatti lo scienziato inglese riconduce a un'unica causa la legge di gravitazione universale le leggi di Keplero e quelle della caduta dei gravi. Questo risultato ha un'importanza cruciale in quanto Newton unifica i moti del cielo e della terra aprendo così la via a una moltitudine di applicazioni che saranno sviluppate da molti altri scienziati in avvenire. Celebri sono le teorie dei moti lunari, delle maree e dei pianeti. Bell'esemplare che presenta lievi tracce d'ossidazione internamente e lievi fioriture. Firma di possesso manoscritta a inchiostro bruno al piatto anteriore. Glosse a lapis al margine a qualche pagg. "It is in this edition of the Principia that Newton's famous additions to the theory of the motion of the moon and the planets appear, as well as many other important additions and corrections. This rare printing includes Newton's prefaces of May 8, 1686 and Mar. 28, 1713, as well as the preface of the editor, Roger Cotes. This entire edition was reset in Amsterdam and the text corrected according to the Corrigenda. The woodcuts and plates were also re - engraved." (Gray, p. 10). 4to; (28), 484, (8) pp. Title printed in red and black with engraved device and motto "Vis Unita Major", folding engraved plate of cometary orbit facing p. 465 and numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. Contemporary vellum over boards, gold title on spine; a good copy with some paper discoloration. Second edition, first Amsterdam issue of Newton's work, revised on the second printed edition (Cambridge, 1713). It is in this edition of the Principia that Newton's famous additions to the theory of the motion of the moon and the planets appear, as well as many other important additions and corrections. Including Newton's prefaces of May 8, 1686 and Mar. 28, 1713, as well as the preface of the editor, Roger Cotes astronomy professor at Trinity College. This entire edition was reset in Amsterdam and the text corrected according to the Corrigenda. The woodcuts and plates were also re - engraved. (Gray, p. 10).

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        Provincia di Calabria Citra

      1714. Carta geografica tratta dal Mercurio Geografico, raccolta di carte edita a Roma tra il 1660 ed il 1730 dalla tipografia de Rossi. Nel corso degli anni l'atlante fu arricchito da un numero sempre maggiore di carte; le aggiunte del tardo '700, come questa, sono pertanto molto più rare delle carte presenti dalle prime edizioni. Dopo quella del Bulifon, è la carta della Calabria di più larga diffusione fino al tardo '700. Deriva dalla carta del Magini, sia per la morfologia che per la toponomastica, rispetto alla quale si differenzia per alcune zone che sono lasciate vuote. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. "Map taken from the ""Mercurio Geografico"", a collection of maps printed in Rome between 1660 and 1730 by De Rossi. Along the years the Atlas has been enriched with many plates; those added at the end of the XVIII century, like the present one, are much more rare to find than the maps of the first editions. Copperplate, trimmed to platemark on lower part, in excellent condition." Roma Rome I. Principe, Carte geografiche di Calabria nella raccolta Zerbi, p. 108. 540 430

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        Opera varia, quorum posthac exstat catalogus. Cum indicibus necessariis, multisque figuris aeneis

      de Tournes, 1714. 4 volumi in 4°. Raccolta che comprende 31 opere di Robert Boyle pubblicate dal 1680 al 1696, ognuna con proprio frontespizio, raccolte con un titolo generale. Antiporta con il ritratto dell'autore, inciso da F. Diodati e 18 tavole incise in rame, alcune ripiegate, tutte nel primo volume. Legatura olandese piena pergamena. Dorsi lisci con titoli su tassello in pelle. Alcune carte con bruniture per via della qualità della carta. Copia molto buona.

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        Histoire de la vie de S. Remy Archevêque de Reims

      Chez Claude Bouchard, 1714. - Chez Claude Bouchard, A Chaalon (Châlon) 1714, Pet. in 8 (9,5x16,6cm), (48) 490pp. (14), relié. - Prima edizione, rara. Privilegio del 1686 trasferito a Claude Bouchard. Un frontespizio raffigurante S. Thomassin Rémy durante un battesimo. Un banner titolo e un capolettera, una cifra che rappresenta la tomba dell'arcivescovo. Marocchino rosso pieno periodo congelato. Torna ai nervi giansenista. Parte del titolo in marocchino rosso. Stendere su turni e gli interni. Bordi dorati. Indietro incrinato. Un angolo ottuso. Nizza copia. Agiografia del famoso arcivescovo di Reims che ha convertito Clovis nel quinto secolo dopo Cristo e ha dato alla luce la monarchia francese. Si tratta di una delle grandi figure della Chiesa della Gallia. Molte considerazioni e saggi storici sulla diocesi di Reims, Abbazia di s. Remi ... - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare. Privilège de 1686 cédé à Claude Bouchard. Un frontispice de Thomassin représentant S. Rémy lors d'un baptème. Un bandeau de titre et une lettrine, une figure représentant le tombeau de l'archevêque. Reliure en plein maroquin rouge glacé d'époque. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Roulette sur les coupes et intérieure. Tranches dorées. Dos fendillé. Un coin émoussé. Bel exemplaire. Hagiographie du célèbre archevêque de Reims qui convertit Clovis au Ve siècle après Jésus - Christ et donna naissance à la monarchie française. Il est une des grandes figures de l'église des Gaules. Nombreuses considérations et dissertations historiques sur le diocèse de Reims, l'abbaye de s. Remi...

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        Las Memorias de Felipe de Comines, Señor de Argenton. De los hechos y empresas de Luis Undecimo y Carlos Octavo, reyes de Francia. Traducidas de francés con Escolios propios por Don Juan Vitrian.

      1714. Amberes, por Henrico y Cornelio Verdussen, 1714 - 1713. Dos volúmenes en folio; frontispicio, 10 hojas, 429 pp, 11 hojas más cinco láminas (y) 6 hs., 476 pp., 14 hs., más nueve láminas . Ejemplar con taladros marginales de polilla afectando en ocasiones letras del texto, especialmente en el volúmen primero. Encuadernación moderna en media tela. Los "Escolios" del aragonés Juan de Vitrián a las "Memorias" de Comines doblan en extensión el texto del gran panorama político cuatrocentista. Son de excepcional interés, no solo en cuanto fuente histórica con referencias constantes a la visión española de los hechos, como por sus variadísimos comentarios en forma de "instrucción para príncipes y poderosos", con agudísima intención política y sabiduría ejemplar de corte gracianesco.

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        Histoire de l'Etat Présent de l'Empire Ottoman.) Histoire de l'Empire Ottoman: Contenant les maximes Politiques des Turcs; Les principaux points de la Religion Mahometane [.]. Par Monsieur Briot.

      Amsterdam, David Mortier, 1714. - 12mo. 498, (6) pp. Title page printed in red and black. With separate engr. title page (counted in the pagination), engr. title vignette, 18 folding engr. plates and one engraving in the text. Contemp. full morocco, covers and spine gilt with giltstamped green spine label. Leading edges gilt, gilt inner dentelle, marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. Beautiful French edition of Sir Paul Rycaut‘s famous Turkish chronicle: a page-for-page reprint of the - probably pirated - third edition in French, which had appeared at Amsterdam (under the imprint of Abraham Wolfgangk) in 1670. The 1714 edition, not noted in the relevant bibliographies, omits Rycaut's name, citing only that of the translator, but without the words "traduit de l'Anglois", thus falsely suggesting that the translator Briot is the author. "This work is regarded as one of the best of its kind with respect to the religious and military state of Turkey" (Cox). "[Rycaut's] most important work [.] presents an animated and, on the whole, faithful picture of Turkish manners" (DNB). "Provides an account of the society and political system of the Ottoman Empire with unprecedented thoroughness" (cf. Osterhammel, Die Entzauberung Asiens, 32). "An extremely important and influential work, which provides the fullest account of Ottoman affairs during the 17th century [.] Rycaut was appointed consul in Smyrna, where he resided for eleven years. His information on the Ottoman Empire was taken from several sources: original records, and from a Polish resident of some nineteen years at the Ottoman court" (Blackmer). The attractive engravings depict dignitaries and persons of various ranks in their costumes (several on Arabian horses), also including the illustration of a turban (in the letterpress on p. 115). A beautifully bound copy of a rare and appealingly produced edition. Provenance: removed from the library of the Talhouët family at the Château de la Lambardais in Brittany (armorial stamp to front flyleaf). OCLC 69067803. Cf. Weber II, 330f. Aboussouan 806f. Atabey 1069. Blackmer 1464. Brunet IV, 1275. Graesse VI/1, 108. Lipperheide Lb 19. Hiler 770. Howgego R 92. Cox I, 210. Not in Colas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ajax of Sophocles and Electra, A Tragedy

      Extremely Scarce Two First English Translations of Plays by Sophocles Bound Together 1714 Incredibly SCARCE book, there may be less than 10 known copies. OCLC lists only six copies of both plays bound together.Ajax of Sophocles translation attributed to Lewis Theobald and Nicholas Rowe (who wrote the first biography of Shakespeare) Translated from the Greek with Notes. Printed for Bernard Lintott sometimes misspelled Lintot (who also first published the Alexander Pope translations of the Iliad and the Odyssey) at the Cross-Keys between the Two Temple Gates in Fleetstreet 1714. Titlepage, The Publisher to the Reader [1-3], Dramatis Personae (vi), Ajax (text of the play, 1-63 complete), Notes Upon Ajax (1-16 but unpaginated). Electra, A Tragedy (translation attributed to Lewis Theobald) Translated from the Greek of Sophocles. London: Printed for J. Watts et al. 1714. Plate Engraving. Titlepage. Dedication to Charles Lord Hallifax [1-4], The Preface (i-xii), The Argument [1], The Persons of the Play [1], Electra (complete text, 1-60). Occasional decorated head and tail pieces.Very Good to Near Fine Text in Very Good- Binding. All Text readable, with just a hint of fading at the beginning of Ajax but gets darker in later pages. Binding firm with usual wear to extremities but essentially completely intact with spine label. An incredibly scarce volume, most have just Electra without Ajax. This book has both texts.

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        THE CASE OF BRAMBER-ELECTION, WHICH WAS ON THURSDAY THE 27th OF JANUARY, 1714. FOR EDWARD MINSHULL, ESQ; AGAINST SIR THOMAS STILES, BART. RETURN'D...[caption title]

      [London, 1714. Broadsheet, 13 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Minor foxing. Very good. A petition to Parliament by Edward Minshull, a parliamentary candidate who argues that his loss to Sir Thomas Stiles in the 1714 Bramber election was the result of illegal voting. Bramber, a small village in West Sussex, was one of the most notorious of the "rotten boroughs," parliamentary constituencies whose representation in the House of Commons far exceeded the appropriate ratio to the voting population, thus allowing one or a few major landholders in the area undue political influence in the government. In 1295, when Bramber was a larger market town, it and the neighboring town of Steyning collectively returned two members of Parliament; by the reign of Edward IV in the 15th century, Bramber and Steyning returned two MP's each, with properties in a part of Bramber that overlapped Steyning theoretically entitled to a vote in each borough. In 1831, a year before the Great Reform Act abolished the rotten boroughs, Bramber contained only thirty-five houses and twenty voters. As this document shows, Bramber was somewhat unusual in that the "Right of Election is in the Inhabitants of the Burgage-Tenements," rather than in the owners, who generally lived elsewhere. The petitioning candidate, Edward Minshull, points out the difficult matter that of the residents of the thirty- two existing tenements, a large number were widows of former tenants and thus unable to vote, leaving very few legal voters in the election. He claims that seven non- inhabitants were called in to vote for Thomas Stiles (three of whom were servants or attendants of one of the landlords) and that four inhabitants supporting himself were refused their votes, creating a false count of seventeen to thirteen in favor of Stiles rather than the true count of ten to seventeen in favor of Minshull. An early example of lobbying literature, which first began proliferating in the lobby of the House of Commons at the time of the accession of King George I and the British general election of 1715. A fascinating case of election abuses and a rare document, with ESTC recording only three copies, at Oxford, the British Library, and Harvard.

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        The fable of the bees: or, private vices, publick benefits. With An essay on charity and charity-schools. And A search into the nature of society. The fourth edition. To which is added, A vindication of the book from the Aspersions contain'd in a Presentment of the Grand-Jury of Middlesex, and an abusive Letter to Lord C [with] The fable of the bees. Part II. By the author of the first

      London printed for J. Tonson, at Shakespear's-Head, over-against Katherine-Street in the Strand / printed, and sold by J. Roberts in Wa MDCCXIV [1714] Two octavo volumes, complete: [16],477(400 misnumbered 352),[1]; [2],xxx,432,[24]pp, title page of vol. II a cancel withb"C" of "Cicero" in the quotation below second "m" of "Commenta." Fourth Edition [1725] of the first part; Second Edition [1733] of the second part. Contemporary calf, Cambridge-style boards paneled in blind, skillfully rebacked with spines in six compartments divided by gilt-ruled raised bands, red morocco lettering pieces gilt, edges speckled red, plain period end papers. A superb set, end papers tanned at margins else internally clean and crisp, bindings square and tight. Provenance: copper-engraved armorial bookplate of Newton Charles Ogle / Kirkley [Hall] on front paste downs. Ogle (1850-1912) descended from landed gentry prominent in Northumberland from before the time of the Norman Conquest. Rothschild 1371. New Palgrave III, 298. Ashley Library III, p. 114. NCBEL II, 1096. ESTC Citation Nos. T77575 and T77578. Near Fine

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        Histoire de la conqueste du Mexique, ou de la Nouvelle Espagne, par Fernand Cortez, traduite de l'Espagnol de dom Antoine de Solis, par l'auteur du Triumvirat

      Paris Par la Compagnie des Libraires MDCCXIV [1714] Complete in two duodecimo volumes. [34],537,[19]; [14],494,[18]pp, with 2 folding maps and 11 plates (10 if which folding, including ). Contemporary full tobacco-brown continental calf, ribbed spines in six compartments (two of which lettered in gilt), upper covers with gilt royal escutcheons (defaced), edges sprinkled red, plain period end papers, gold silk page-markers. WorldCat lists only five copies, all in the United States. A Fine unsophisticated set, in handsome bindings Sabin, generally clean and bright with excellent impressions of the plates. Alden 714/129. Palau 318678. Cox II, p. 239. Sabin 86477. Hill 1600 (for the first Madrid edition).

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        NÜRNBERG. "Vorstellung des andern Theils von der Schütt zu Nürnberg". Ansicht mit Blick auf Katharinenkloster, Lorenzer- und Barfüsserkirche.

      - Kupferstich von J.A. Delsenbach, dat. 1714, 21 x 30,5 cm.

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        Exortaciones a la segura observancia de los diez mandamientos de la ley de Dios, en que se proponen motivos para aborrecer los vicios a ellos opuestos y para abrazar las virtudes incluydas en ellos siguiendo el Catecismo de San Pio Quinto

      - Madrid, Imprenta de Blas de Villanuena 1714. Obra util para todos los christianos, y para conseguir el modo con que se puede asegurar su salvación cumpliendo la doctrina del Salvador que dixo: si quieres la salvación, guarda los Mandamientos.Dedicase a la Emperatriz soberana Maria Santissima. Etiqueta de biblioteca y sello de caucho. La hoja de cortesia arrancada. Encuadernado en pergamino blando. 5 h., 707 páginas+4 h. 32x21 cm. Ref: 4201 [LS/013855-4201]

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        \" Leipzigisches Geschicht - Buch ode Annales , Das ist Jahr - und Tage - Bücher der Weltberühmten Königl.und Churfürst.,,\"

      Friedrich Lankischens sel. ErbenLeipzig Erscheinungsjahr 1714 Format Folio ..Sächsischen Kuf - und Handels - Stadt Leipzig , In welcher die meisten merckwürdigsten Geschichte ..usw. , 1 . Auflage , 8 S . Vorbericht mit einem Titelkupfer +1077 S. + 62 S. Register ,Originalhalbpergament mit handschriftlichen Rückentitel,die ersten Seiten fachmännisch restauriert,Vorsätze neu ? ,durchgängig etwas unfrisch, S. 999/1000 fehlt,insgesamt guter akzeptabler Zustand ! Versand D: 5,00 EUR Leipzig

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        The Works of John Locke.

      London: John Churchill and Sam. Manship, 1714. First edition. Folio, full contemporary brown calf. Frontispiece of John Locke to volume one. With armorial bookplate of Sir John Vanhattem in each volume. In near fine condition, with light wear to bindings; text extremely clean with large margins. A beautiful set. John Locke is regarded as one of the most influential of Enlightenment thinkers and the Father of Classical Liberalism. "Locke was the first to take up the challenge of Bacon and to attempt to estimate critically the certainty and the adequacy of human knowledge when confronted with God and the universe" (PMM 164). This is the first edition of the first collected edition of his work and the earliest to put his name to "Two Treatises on Government" as well as the letters on "Toleration"and "The Reasonableness of Christianity". Contents include: Volume 1: An Essay concerning Human Understanding. In Four Books; A Letter to the Right Reverend Edward Lord Bishop of Worcester, concerning some Passages relating to Mr. Locke's Essay of Human Understanding, in a late Discourse of his Lordship's in Vindication of the Trinity; Mr. Locke's Reply to the Right Reverend the Bishop of Worcester's Answer to the Letter; Mr. Locke's Reply to the Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Second Letter. Volume 2: Some Considerations of the Consequences of the lowering of Interest, and raising the Value of Money. In a Letter send to a Member of Parliament. 1691; Short Observations on a printed Paper, entitled, For encouraging the coining SilverMoney in England, and after for keeping it here; Further Observations concerning raising the Value of Money. Wherein Mr. Lowndes's Arguments for it, in his late Report concerning An Essay for the Amendment of the Silver Coin, are particularly examind'd; Two Treatises of Government. In the Former, the false Principles and Foundation of Sir Robert Filmer, and his Followers, are detected and overthrown. The Latter is an Essay concerning the true Original, Extent, and End of Civil Government; A Letter concerning Toleration; A Second Letter concerning Toleration; A Third Letter for Toleration: To the Author of the Third Letter concerning Toleration; The Reasonableness of Christianity, as deliver'd in the Scriptures; A Vindication of The Reasonableness of Christianity, From Mr. Edwards's Reflections; A Second Vindication of the Reasonableness of Christianity. Volume 3: Some Thoughts concerning Education; A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistles of St. Paul to the Galatians, I and II. Corinthians, Romans, and Ephesians. To which is prefix'd, An Essay for the Understanding of St. Paul's Epistles, by consulting St. Paul himself; Posthumous Works, viz. I. Of the Conduct of the Understanding. II. An Examination of P. Malebranche's Opinion of Seeing all things in God. III. A Discourse of Miracles. IV. Par of a Fourth Letter for Toleration. V. Memoirs relating to the Life of Anthony, first Earl of Shaftesbury. VI. A new Method of the Common-Place-Book written originally in French, and translated into English; Some familiar Letters between Mr. Locke and Several of his Friends.The work was published ten years after his death and is the first time his works were published as a collection.

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        Henry Duc des Vandales, histoire véritable

      Paris: Pierre Prault, 1714. Rare original edition. 12mo. Contemporary calf, gilt spine. Upper corners restored, spine extremities chipped, joints a bit worn, but a very good and clean copy. Leaf of half title, verso blank; leaf of title, verso blank; 3pp. preface; pp. iv-xxxii Histoire; pp. 1-319 text; 3pp. approbation and privilege; 2pp. ads; engravings opposite pp. 1, 199, 284, 319. Collation: []2, é12, ď2, [1], A-N12, O6. Four engravings by Jean Crépy (Barbier II, 611). Henry Duc des Vandales is an historical novel taken from the “creative” translation by Matteo Bandello (ca. 1480-1562) of Histoires Tragiques by François de Belleforest (1530-1583). There is a 1737 edition of the novel also published by Prault as part of her collected editions. As a novelist, Catherine Durand was relatively popular in her time. Her best known novel is Les Belles Grecques; ou, L’Histoire des plus fameuses courtisanes de la Grčce. Et dialogues nouveaux des galantes modernes (Paris: Saugrain and Prault, 1712). Historian Joan DeJean claims that another novel La Comtesse de Mortane (1699) alone should “guarantee her rescue from oblivion. . .” (23). Almost nothing is known of Catherine Durand. She wrote under Madame D***, Mademoiselle D***, and M. D. [as here]. Durand wrote with an anonymity that leaves her oeuvre difficult to document. We know neither when she was born nor when she got married. It is said that she always used her maiden name Durand (rather than her married name Bédacier) when publishing her works because she had begun her literary career prior to marriage. Most historians agree that women writers of France in the 17th and 18th centuries are overlooked because of a lack of biographical interest from a society that degraded or discouraged the literary abilities of women. DeJean writes, “Basic biographical questions cannot be answered to the point where there is little future of actually studying these women. These realities prevent an accurate picture of the publication history of these women writers. This is a priceless heritage that should not be left largely untapped” (24). DeJean includes Durand in her “roll-call of great, neglected Frenchwomen writers of the long eighteenth century” (24), and Durand is also mentioned as one of the significant novelists at the beginning of that epoch. According to Perry Gethner, “Only one date in Durand’s biography is certain: in 1701 she won the annual poetry prize of the French Academy for an ode praising Louis XIV for displaying both the qualities of a well-bred man of the world and the talents of a king. . . . Her output consists of a small number of short poems, an opera libretto that she deemed unfinished, two sets of works in dialogue form reproducing salon entertainments of the time . . . and a variety of novels, with either historical or contemporary settings. Several of the novels contain fairy tales, a literary form that rose to popularity in France during the final decade of the seventeenth century and of which most of the early practitioners were women active in the salons” (237). Although forgotten now, Durand’s popularity at the time is indicated by the four fine engravings that Prault included in the original edition of Henry Duc des Vandales. Expensive engravings were not often included in novels unless the edition was expected to sell well. The engravings were done by Jean Crépy or Crespy (1680-ca. 1739). Jean Crépy was active as an engraver and publisher at the end of the 17th and beginning of the 18th century on rue St. Jacques a St. Pierre in Paris. His son, Etienne-Louis Crépy (ca. 1700-1759), was also an engraver and publisher, specializing in maps and geographical prints. Another son, Louis, was also active in the publishing trade and specialized in imaginary and optical prints. Reference: DeJean, Joan. “And What About French Women Writers?” The Eighteenth Century 50, no. 1 (Spring 2009): 21-24; Gethner, Perry [ed., trans.]. Challenges to Traditional Authority: Plays by French Women Authors, 1650-1700 (2015). Locations: OCLC: BDF, DESWL, UKM, BLSTP, BNM. No North American Locations. Rare.

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        Provincia di Terra di Lavoro.Già delineata dal Magini in ogni sua parte e nuovamente ampliata secondo lo stato presente. Data in luce da Domenico De Rossi e Dedicata all’Ill.Illmo e Rev.mo Sig.re Monsig.r Gio. Maria Lancisi Medico e Camerier Secreto di N. S. Papa Clemente XI.

      - Domenico De Rossi, Roma, 1714. Incisione i rame all’acquaforte, cm 43,5 x 55 (alla lastra). Carta raffigurante il mar Tirreno con il Golfo di Napoli, cartiglio in basso a sinistra. Alcuni difetti marginali (con un paio di macchiette sull’incisione) e stato della carta non freschissimo ma nell’insieme in buono stato di conservazione.

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        Plantae per Galliam, Hispaniam et Italiam observatae.

      Paris: Stephane Ganeau, 1714. - Folio (13 2/8 x 8 6/8 inches). Letterpress general title-page. Fine engraved sectional title-page to the plates, 334 engraved plates with 1324 numbered illustrations of plants on 331 plates, and 3 plates of shells at the end (some leaves lightly browned or stained, a few leaves with small marginal tears). 18th-century speckled half calf, patterened paper boards, the spine in seven compartments with six raised bands, a red morocco lettering- piece in one (a few wormholes, lightly rubbed, head of spine torn with minor loss). Provenance: with the bookplate of the Cleveland Garden Center: the Eleanor Squire collection; the bookplate of the Warren H. Corning Collection of Horticultural Classics; and the bookplate of the Warren H. Corning Holden Arboretum Library, all on the front paste-down. First edition, second state of the plates. Each botanical plate has four figures showing remarkable fidelity to life. There are 4 bis figures (+406, *406, +673 and +674); numbers 826, 827 and 828 are printed on one; 2 numbers in the numbering sequence (1076 and 1256) are omitted. Barrelier, a French Dominican doctor who travelled widely through France, Spain and Italy collecting plants and shells on his way, wrote a history of plants entitled either 'Hortus mundi' or 'Orbis botanicus' while in Rome. Tragically the manuscript was lost in a fire, but after his death, the copper-plates which survived were acquired by Jussieu, successor to Tournefort as professor of botany at the Jardin des Plantes, who arranged for their publication and compiled the accompanying text. Antoine de Jussieu, uncle of the renowned Antoine-Laurent Jussieu (1748-1836), was a physician and botanist, who studied medicine at Montpellier, but as early as 1708 he was appointed, "upon the recommendation of Fagon, to succeed the celebrated Tournefort as professor and demonstrator at the Jardin du Roi. By 1711 he was a member of the Academy of Sciences. After making botanical journeys over a large part of France, he explored in 1716 the flora of the Pyrenean peninsula. In addition to his activity as botanist he had a large medical practice, giving much attention to the poor. From 1718 he also made use in his practice of quassia bark (Cortex Simarubæ), the first of which had been sent in 1713 to the Jesuit Father Soleil at Paris from Cayenne. Antoine de Jussieu wrote an account of the bark in the "Mémoires" of the Academy for 1729, and Linnæus named after him the plant Simaruba Jussiæi. The "Mémoires" of the academy also contain papers by Jussieu on human anatomy, zoology, palæontology, and mineralogy. Haller ["Bibliotheca botanica", II (1772)] enumerates twenty botanical papers, of which the "Descriptio et icon Coffeæ (coffee)" of 1713 has historical value. In 1719 he published a new and revised edition, with an appendix, of Tournefort's "Institutiones rei herbariæ" (Joseph Rompel for the Catholic Encyclopedia). Hunt 432; Cleveland Collections 331, HA Copy 2 this copy; Nissen BBI 80; Pritzel 423. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Kate Hunter, M.A. Oxon, in the Rare Book Department [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lübeckische Hand-Bibel, Das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrifft, Altes und Neues Testaments, verdeutschet durch D. Martin Luthern [.]. Über dieses mit denen bey andern Hand-Bibeln nicht befindlichen 3 Büchern, als dem III. und IV. B. Esra, und dem III. Buc h der Maccabäer vermehret, Wobey denn auch Des sel. Herrn Johann Arnds Informatorium Biblicum zu finden. - [Lübeckische Bibel in reichem Intarsieneinband].

      Jürgen Vanselau, Lübeck 1714 - gestochenes Frontispiz, Titelblatt (in Rot- und Schwarzdruck), 10 Bll., 474 Bll., 117 Bll., 159 Bll., 1 Bl., Intarsieneinband (HLdrbd. der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und Holzintarisen auf Holzdeckeln), umlaufender punzierter Goldschnitt, 18,5 x 11. Lübeckische Bibel in reich intarsiertem Einband. Der vordere Deckel zeigt Jesus in Gethsemane beim Empfang des Kelches durch einen Engel; im Hintergrund schlafende Jünger und die Silhouette von Gethsemane. Darüber das entsprechende Bibelzitat (Matthäus 26, 38). Der hintere Deckel zeigt in ähnlichem Detailreichtum Jesus am Kreuz; unter dem Kreuz ein Totenschädel mit gekreuzten Knochen; im Hintergrund Häuser und eine Kirche. - Der Goldschnitt ist mit Speiche-, Blumen- und Radornamenten punziert und trägt das punzierte Supralibros "MEE" und die punzierte Jahreszahl 1726. - Das Frontispiz zeigt in fünf Einzelemblemen Stationen der Bibelrezeption Luthers; darunter die Darstellung der Stadt Lübeck von Westen ("Gesegnet sey die Stadt, Glück hersch in ihren Thoren, die Biebel bleib ihr Trost, Zu der sie sich verschworen"). Sahlmann 4.4 (die Abbildung auf Seite 158 zeigt einen weit blasseren, detailärmeren Abzug als den hier vorliegenden). - Mit einem Vorwort des Lübecker Superintendenten Georg Heinrich Götze (1667-1728). - Ohne das im Titelblatt genannte angebundene Gesang- und Gebetbuch. - Die Intarsien des vorderen Deckels oben mit Fehlstelle; einige feine Minierspuren. das Vorsatzpapier etwas verworfen, der vordere Spiegel mit modernem Gebrauchsexlibris; das Frontispiz mit winzigem randlichem Einriss; vereinzelt etwas fingerfleckig. Sonst und insgesamt gutes Exemplar. 502 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Rape of the Lock

      

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        Merckwürdigkeiten der Natur und Kunst, in Zeugung, Fortpflantzung und Vermehrung der Gewächse; Oder Der Ackerbau und die Gärtnerey in ihrer Vollkommenheit. Welchen beygefüget eine kurze Unterweisung Die Obst-Bäume recht zu beschneiden. Beyde aus dem Frantzösischen ins Deutsche übersetzet (von Ferdinand Ludwig v. Breßler und Aschenburg).

      Budißin (d.i. Bautzen), Johann Georg Hünel 1714. 8°. Titel (in Rot- u. Schwarzdr.) 17 Bll. (Titelei), 456 S., [3] Bl., S. 457-489, 8 Bll. (Register). Mit 1 gest. Kopfvignette, 12 Kupfertafeln u. 7 Textholzschnitten. Pergamentband d. Zt. mit Rückenbeschriftung v. alter Hand, abgeschrägten Seitenkanten und umseitigem, rotem Sprengschnitt. Einband mit altersbedingten Gebrauchsspuren, Name v. alter Hd. auf Titel, insgesamt sehr schöne, wohl erhaltene Ausgabe, im Text geringf. gebräunt aber beinahe unberührt. VD18 11612053; vgl. zur franz. Ausgabe: Brunet V, 1061; Graesse VI, p. 251; Nissen, Botan. Suppl. 2037 n. Vorliegend die zweite deutsche Ausgabe nach der 1705 in Paris erschienen Originalausgabe (`Curiositez de la nature et de l`art sur la vegetation`) übersetzt von Ferdinand Ludwig von Breßler und Aschenburg. Das Werk des Pierre Le Lorrain (1649-1721), besser bekannt als Abbe de Vallemont, einem französischen Physiker, Numismatiker und Schriftsteller, beschäftigt sich mit vielen Aspekten des Gartenbaus und der Landwirtschaft, unter anderem mit dem Anbau von Getreide, der Obstzucht, dem Baumschnitt, der Palingenese von Pflanzen und Tieren und auch einem Kapitel über die `Einkünffte auf dem Land-Gute`. Das Werk erfreute sich seinerzeit großer Beliebtheit und ging durch zahlreiche Französische Ausgaben und wurde auch ins Englische, Niederländische und Spanische übertragen. Die, der vorliegenden Ausgabe zugrunde liegende, erste deutsche Übersetzung erschien 1708. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Gartenbau, Nutzgarten, Pflanzen, Agrarwissenschaft, Agronomie, Biologie, Gemüse, Obst, Landwirtschaftswissenschaft

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        Index Vocabulorum Omnium quÊ in Ecologis, Georgicis, et ∆neide Virgilii . .

      Parisiis: Joannem Barbou, 1714 1714 First edition

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        Rare Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States medal with Lincoln association

      n.p., n.d.. 1.25". "The motto ""Lex Regit Arma Tuentur"" surround an American eagle. Approximately 1.25"" length and width, from point to point. Engraved numbers 18186 and 1714 are on etched on each side of the bar attached to the suspension ring identifying the member who was awarded the medal. Probably at least partially 18k gold.The Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States was founded on April 20, 1865, by the officers who formed the guard of honor when President Abraham Lincoln's body arrived at Independence Hall in Philadelphia on its way to Springfield, Illinois. This group of officers gathered to pledge their unswerving loyalty to the Union and their unqualified support of the National Government. They chose the name Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States as best expressing their intent and selected April 15, 1865, the day of President Abraham Lincoln's death, as their date of founding. The first public meeting was at Independence Hall in Philadelphia on May 31, 1865. In 1890, John Philip Sousa composed the rousing march ""The Loyal Legion."" General of the Army Douglas MacArthur called the society ""the noblest of all the American Orders."" "

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        THE CASE OF THE IMPORTERS OF LINNEN, AND LINNEN-DRAPERS, AND PACKERS IN LONDON, AS TO SEVERAL DUTIES DEMANDED ON LINNENS, LAWNS, NECK-CLOTHS, BARRAS, AND BUCKRAMS, IMPORTED FROM HAMBROUGH [caption title]

      [London, 1714. Dbd. Early folds; early stab holes in left margin. Trimmed close, with slight loss to first line of caption title and significant loss to docket title. Minor foxing. Overall very good. A scarce British petitionary leaflet published on behalf of the linen industry, seeking clarification of or amendment to a recent bill adding duties to various kinds of linen cloth. The document, printed in the final year of Queen Anne's reign, is among the earliest examples of lobbying literature, which first began proliferating during the major changes in British government in the mid- 1710s. ESTC records three copies, at the British Library, Oxford, and the National Library of Wales. HANSON 2048.

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        Of Drinking to the Memory of the Dead. Being the Substance of a Discourse deliver’d to the Clergy of the Diocese of Cork, on the Fourth of November, 1713, by the Bishop of that Diocese. And published at their unanimous request. Dublin: re-printed and sold by E. Waters in Essex-Street, 1713 [bound with] A Second Part of Drinking in Remembrance of the Dead. Wherein the most Material Objections made against the First Part are answer’d. By Pet. Lord Bishop of Cork and Rosse. Dublin: printed by Daniel Tompson in Cole’s Alley, Castle-Street, 1714.

      - Two very rare pamphlets by the prominent Irish philosopher and theologian Peter Browne (1664/5–1735) arguing that it is sinful to use for secular purposes what Christ laid down as a sacrament: (1) rare variant of the Dublin first edition of 1713; it was republished in London under the title Of Drinking in Remembrance of the Dead (1713, 1715); (2) first edition, reprinted in London the following year. Peter Browne's three main works were Letter in answer to a Book [by Toland] entitled 'Christianity not Mysterious .' (1697), a critique of Locke's Essay in The Procedure, Extent, and Limits of the Human Understanding (1728), and Things Divine and Supernatural conceived by Analogy with Things Natural and Human (1733). 'The most important critic of Browne, as well as of theological representationalism in general, was George Berkeley, who was a student at Trinity when Browne was Provost. Although there is no direct evidence that Browne taught Berkeley, it is possible that Browne had some influence on Berkeley’s philosophical views, for example on the subject of abstract general ideas, about which there is substantial agreement between the two Irish philosophers' (Dictionary of Eighteenth-Century British Philosophers, Thoemmes Press, 1999). PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Two works in one volume, small 8vo, 47, [ii], viii, 76 pp., later half calf over marbled boards, bookplates of the Irish antiquarians Richard Caulfield (1823–1887) and Robert Day (1836-1914) and their ownership inscriptions on front free endpaper, small circular stamp of the Selbourne Library on title versos, the first text with outer leaves dusty and some browning, otherwise very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Royaumes de Congo at d'Angola . par Pierre vander AA, Marchand Libraire Á Leide.':.

      - kolorierter Kupferstich b. Pierre van der Aa in Leiden, 1714, 29 x 34,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. A - D, S. 1. - Zeigt den Kongo mit Angola. - Unten links große Titelkartusche mit Elefanten, Löwen, Strauße und Eingeborene. The map shows Congo and Angola. - Beautifully engraved map. - Large decorative cartouche with elephants, ostrichs, lions and aborigines.

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        Traité général du commerce plus ample et plus exact que ceux qui ont paru jusques à présent [.]

      1714 - (8) pages dont le Amsterdam, Paul Marret, 1714, in-4, (8) pages dont le frontispice, 584, (46) pages et 2 tableaux repliés, veau de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs et fleuronné, Troisième édition, peu courante. La première avait paru en 1700 chez le même éditeur. L'ouvrage connut de très nombreuses rééditions augmentées jusque dans les années 1780. Notre ouvrage destiné au banquiers, négociants, voyageurs et aux jeunes gens qui désirent apprendre le commerce et le négoce de change comprend un traité sur les réductions des mesures, poids et monnaies, des éclaircissements sur les termes et diligences des lettres et billets de change, sur les lettres de crédit, sur le moyen de faire des changes et réductions pour les traites et les remises, sur le moyen de calculer les changes et les ajuster, sur les méthodes pour connaitre les profits et les pertes et l'égalité des monnaies et des prix des changes. L'ouvrage se termine sur une table des titres et des matières. Bon exemplaire malgré une galerie de vers, sans atteinte au texte, dans le coin droit des derniers feuillets. Dos restauré. pièce de titre absente. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau ('Lauben').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. J.G. Mentzel aus Lausitzische Merckwürdigkeit b. Samuel Großer in Leipzig, 1714, 17,5 x 28,5 Oben rechts Kartusche mit Titel und Erklärungen von 1. - 9. - Seltene Ansicht. Lauban (Luban) / Poland: total view ('Lauben'), coloured cooper-engraving from J.G. Mentzel published in "Lausitzische Merckwürdigkeit" by Samuel Großer in Leipzig, 1714, 17,5 x 28,5 cm

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        Polyhistor Literarius Philosophicus et Practicus 2 Bde (kompl.Werk)

      Lubecae, Petri Böckmann, 1714. EA 8° Daniel Georg Morhof, Polyhistor Literarius Philosophicus et Practicus, 2 Bde. hrsg. 1714, Petri Böckmann, Lubeaec, Pgt d. Zt m. Titel Facultatis Philosophicae 1722, 8°, 1072+604 S+Index, m. 1 Kupfer, Titel in Schwarz- u. Rotdruck,ber. u. best.Bd. 2 m. Beschädigung u. Fehlstelle am Rücken oben tlw. Wurmspuren etwas gebräunt. Original-Zustand! Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Works of John Locke

      London: for John Churchill and Sam. Manshhip. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION of Locke's collected works, including such canonical writings as the Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Two Treatises of Government, Some Thoughts Concerning Education, and his Letters Concerning Toleration. Also including works by Locke only acknowledged in his will, appearing here for the first time under his name. London: for John Churchill and Sam. Manshhip, 1714. Folio, contemporary full calf, rebacked in period style by Bernard Middleton; edges sprinkled red. Three volumes. Complete with engraved frontispiece portrait by George Vertue in Volume I and engraved plate of Locke's funeral monument. With armorial bookplate of Sir John Vanhattem in each volume. General light wear to bindings; text extremely clean with large margins. A beautiful set.

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        Biblia Sacra. Vulgatae Editionis Sixti V. Pont. M. Iussu Recognita Atque Edita, Versiculis Distincta, Cum Indice Biblico, & Lectionum ac Evangeliorum pro omnibus Dominicis & Festis per Annum ... Domini D. Marquardi Sebastiani Imperialis Ecclesiae Bambergensis Episcopi &c. &c. Authoritate, post accuratam cum Vaticana editione collationem. Bambergense recua 1693.

       Nürnberg, Endter 1714. 4°. Gest. Tit., 8 Bll., 509; 1 Bl., 520 S., mit Initialen u. gest. Kopfleisten Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. Einbd. restaur. Kanten berieb., teilw. stock- u. braunfl., kl. Wurmgang am Vorderdeckel. Drucktit. fehlt.Vgl. VD 17, 1:058998B - Kupfertitel gest. v. Cornelius Nicolaus Schurtz. Unveränderter Nachdruck der zuerst 1693 seltenen Bamberger Bibel. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Theologie, Religionsgeschichte, Bibel

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        TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE, AND HONOURABLE, THE LORDS SPIRITUAL AND TEMPORAL, AND COMMONS, IN PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLED. THE HUMBLE PETITION OF HENRY PICKWORTH, OF NEW SLEEFORD IN THE COUNTY OF LINCOLN; IN BEHALF OF HIMSELF AND MANY OTHERS OF HIS LONG MISLED FRIENDS, CALL'D QUAKERS; OVER WHOM HE HATH BEEN ELECTED OVERSEER AND ELDER, ACCORDING TO THE DISCIPLINE PRACTISED AMONG THEM [caption title]

      [London, 1714. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Small portion of inner margin excised, with no loss to text. Some foxing. Very good. Henry Pickworth (1673?-1738?) was an English Quaker who, in 1701, challenged the Quaker apostate Francis Bugg to visit New Sleaford, Lincolnshire, and debate him at a public conference. Bugg accepted and prevailed before the judges and clergymen assembled, which led to the public burning of two Quaker books and the publication of numerous pamphlets attacking Bugg by Pickworth. As the controversy died down, however, Pickworth was won over by Bugg and soon began writing against the Quakers and attending the annual Friends' meeting in London to present his protests and testimonies. Eventually, in June 1714, the Lincoln quarterly meeting disowned him. In this rare and historically noted petition, Pickworth lobbies Parliament to grant him another public conference in Lincolnshire, this time against the Quakers of his home meeting. He asks that members of the Lincoln meeting be convened "to one against me, in order to their Defences, from the Charges of Error, Heresy, Uncharity, Falshood, Evasion, Inconsistency, Innovation, Imposition, Infidelity, Hypocrisy, Pride, Railery, Apostasy, Perjury, Idolatry, villainy, Blasphemy, Abomination, Confusion, and worse than Turkish Tyranny in their Church Capacity." He was denied and subsequently issued a book with a title based on the series of invectives above (itself printed earlier in a half-sheet Pickworth published in 1711). In addition to being an important artifact of early 18th-century Quaker history, the document is among the first examples of lobbying literature, which first began proliferating during the major changes in British government in the mid-1710s. ESTC records four copies in the U.K. and one in the U.S., at Haverford College. SMITH, FRIENDS' BOOKS II, p.416. DNB XV, p.1133.

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        Biblia Sacra vulgatae editionis Sixti V Pontificis Maximi jussu recognita atque edita versiculis distincta, Cum Indice Biblico, & Lectionum ac Evangeliorum pro omnibus Dominicis & Festis per Annum; Reverendissimi et Celsissimi S.R.I. Principis ac Domini D. Marquardi Sebastiani Imperialis Ecclesiae Bambergensis Episcopi &cc. &cc. authoritate, post accuratam cum Vaticana Editione...

      Norimberga, M - Wolfgangi Mauritii Endteri, 1714. In folio (cm. 29); legatura in mezza pelle con dorso a 5 nervi, antiporta incisa; pp. (24), 509; 520. Legatura coeva in pelle ma rivestiti i piatti con carta dell'Ottocento perchè probabilmente danneggiati. Axs

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        Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica.

      

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        THE CASE OF THE CHAPLAINS OF HER MAJESTY'S NAVY, TO THE NUMBER OF ABOUT EIGHTY, MOSTLY HUMBLY SUBMITTED TO THE HONOURABLE HOUSE OF COMMONS [caption title]

      [London, 1714. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Near fine. A rare, early petition to Parliament on behalf of chaplains who had served with the British navy during the War of the Spanish Succession. Many of these chaplains returned to Britain without employment and here request similar public support as had recently been accorded to "the Poorer Clergy." The document, printed in the final year of Queen Anne's reign, is among the earliest examples of lobbying literature, which first began proliferating during the major changes in British government in the mid-1710s. ESTC records three copies, at the British Library, Oxford, and the National Library of Wales. HANSON 2111.

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        Le Comté De Zutphen.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Atlas Soulage . b. Pieter van der Aa in Leiden, um 1714, 15 x 20,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 352:51, Part 5, 6. - Zeigt die Grafschaft Zutphen. - Unten links eckige Titelkartusche; darüber Windrose. - Oben links Meilenzeiger. - Extrem seltene Karte aus dem "L'Atlas Soulagé ." den Pieter van der Aa um 1714 herausgegeben hat. - Er verwendete fast alle Karten aus Janssonius's Atlas Minor als Grundlage und veränderte die Kartuschen, fügte Windrosen hinzu, entfernte alle Texte, Kustoden und Nummern sowie eine teilweise Veränderung der Typographie. - Van der Krogt kennt nur ein komplettes Exemplar des Atlases (der Atlas besteht aus 9 Teilen) in der Universitätsbibliothek Leiden. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Museum Museorum, Oder Vollständige Schau-Bühne Aller Materialien und Specereyen, Nebst deren Natürlichen Beschreibung, Election, Nutzen und Gebrauch, Aus andern Material- Kunst- und Naturalien-Kammern, Oost- und Est-Indischen Reiss-Beschreibungen, Curiosen Zeit- und Tag-Registern, Natur- und Artzney-Kündigen, wie auch selbst-eigenen Erfahrung, Zum Vorschub Der Studirenden Jugend, Materialisten, Apothecker, und deren Visitatoren, wie auch anderer Künstler, als Jubilirer, Mahler, Färber, u.s.w. also verfasset, und Mit etlich hundert sauberen Kupfferstücken Unter Augen geleget.

      Johann David Zunners Sel. Erben und Johan Adam Jungen, Frankfurt a.M. 1714 - Zweyte Edition. 1. Teil (von 3). Frankfurt a.M., Johann David Zunners Sel. Erben und Johan Adam Jungen, 1714. 38x24,5 cm. Gestoch. Titelbl., (13) Bl., 520 (recte 518) S., (2) Bl., 76 S., (6) Bl. Register, (2) Bl., 119 S. Mit 16 (4 doppelblattgr.) gestoch. Tafeln und 132 Textkupfern. Ldr.-Bd. der Zeit mit 2 roten Rückenschildern und etwas Rückenvergoldung. Nissen BBI 2035 / ZBI 4217. -Titelkupfer: Valentini Natur- und Materialien Kammer Auch Ost-Indianische Send-Schreiben und Rapporten. - Neuausgabe des 1. Bandes des reich bebilderten Werkes über zahlreiche überseeische Produkte aus der Mineralien-, Pflanzen- und Tierwelt und deren Anwendung in der Medizin, Technik und Haushalt mit ausführlichen Beschreibungen über Kaffee, Kakao, Tabak, Vanille, Zucker u.v.a. - Mit 2 Anhängen "Unvorgeiffliches Bedencken Von Kunst- und Naturalien-Kammern insgemein" und "Ost-Indianische Send-Schreiben, Von allerhand raren Gewächsen, Bäumen, Jubelen, Auch andern Zu der Natur-Kündigung und Artzney-Kunst gehörigen Raritäten, Durch Die Gelehrteste und Berühmteste Europäer, So vormahlen in Ost-Indien gestanden, Als D. Cleyern, Rumphen, Herbert de Jager, ten Rhyne, &c. Allda gewechselt, Und aus Deroselben in Holländischer Sprach geschriebenen Originalien in die Teutsche Mutter-Sprache übersetzen von D. Michel Bernhard Valentini". - Blatt Ppp falsch paginiert (überspringt S. 479/480). - Die Tafeln mit Abbildungen der Kaffeepflanze, Röhren-Kassie, Paradiesvogel, Ambra grisea, Muscheltaucher, Echsen, Schlangen, Weichtieren, Nelkenbaum, Muskatnussbaum, Malabarnussbaum, Pfefferpflanze, Indigopflanze, Kampferblätter, Korallen (2 Tafeln). - Es fehlt der zweite Teil "Anhang von verschiedenen Kunst- und Naturalien-Kammern" und der dritte Teil "Neu-auffgerichtetes Rüst- und Zeughauss der Natur" mit den Beschreibungen der technischen Erfindungen. - (Einband stärker berieben, Lederbezug stellenweise abgesplittert. Mit schwächer werdendem Wasserrand bis Seite 30. Seite 181/182 mit Randausriss ohne Textverlust. Im letzten Teil mit einer kleinen Wurmfrassspur von Seite 90-119). - Sonst sauberes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Ldr.-Bd. der Zeit mit 2 roten Rückenschildern und etwas Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Heinrich Hessens, Churfürstl. Mayntzischen Garten-Vorstehers, Neue Garten-Lust, das ist: Gründliche Vorstellung, wie ein Lust-Küchen- und Baum-Garten unter unserm Teutschen Climate fügllich anzurichten (.) wie auch mit dem gantzen vierdten Theile, als Beschreibung eines Artzney-Gartens (.). Angebunden: Jean-Baptiste de La Quintinie (hier anonym): Neue Unterweisung zu dem Blumen-Bau, worinnen deutlich und kürtzlich gelehret wird, wie die Blumen, sonderlich die Anemonen, Nelcken und Tulpen zu zeugen, pflantzen und zu warten (.). Nebst einem Verzeichniß derer schönsten und raresten Blumen, wie auch einem curieusen und nützlichen Tractätlein von dem Melonen-Bau. Anietzo als ein zu Heinrich Hessens Garten-Lust Anderer Theil, aus der Frantzösisch

      Leipzig, Joh. Ludwig Gleditsch und Moritz Georg Weidmann, 1714 und 1712. - 2 Bll., 389(1) S., 24 Bll., 2 Bll., 317(1) S., 2 Bll. Mit 10 (2 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln im 1. Titel, 1 gest. Titel als Frontispiz und 1 Textholzschnitt im 2. Titel - der 1. Titel ohne einen gest. Titel (wahrscheinlich so erschienen). 4° (20,5 x 16 cm), Pergamentband der Zeit mit Rückentitel und dreiseitigem Sprengschnitt. Einband etwas berieben, fleckig und bestoßen; Vordervorsatz herausgetrennt; möglicherweise fehlt dem ersten Werk ein als Frontispiz eingebundener, gest. Titel - höchstwahrscheinlich ist das Werk aber ohne gest. Titel erschienen (bei den für mich nachweisbaren Exemplaren mit einem gest. Frontispiz wurde das im vorliegenden Band bei Seite 16 eingebundene Kupfer als Frontispiz verwendet); Innengelenke mit leichten Wurmspuren; Innendeckelbezüge (Spiegel) und hinterer Vorsatz etwas angestaubt; vorderer Innendeckel mit alten Tinteneinträgen bzw. Schreibproben oder Kritzeleien - mit einigen Flecken durch verwischte Tinte; Titelblatt des ersten Werkes leicht angerändert und angestaubt; erstes Faltkupfer (zwischen S. 34 u. 35) im seitlichen Rand geknittert, gebräunt, mit kleineren Einrissen und Fehlstelle (leichter Bildrandverlust); das zweite Faltkupfer (zwischen S. 336 u. 337) mit Einriss im weissen Rand; fast durchgehend leichte Knick- oder Knitterspur in der unteren Ecke - wenige Blätter auch mit leichter Knickspur in der oberen Ecke; gering stockfleckig und gebräunt; manchmal leicht fingerfleckig; gest. Titel des zweiten Werkes etwas tintenfleckig; wenige Seiten etwas fleckig (8 Seiten am Kopf mit Druckerschwärzeflecken - wohl ein leichtes Missgeschick beim Druckvorgang); Blatt S. 109/110 des zweiten Werkes mit ausgebessertem Loch am Fuß (geringer Textverlust); vereinzelt Tintenmarginalien von alter Hand; 2 alte Besitzvermerke auf dem Titel des ersten Werkes. Die Drucktitel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Beim zweiten Werk handelt es sich um die Übersetzung von La Quintinies "Nouvelle instruction pour la culture des fleurs" und "Nouveau traite de la cultureb des melons". VD18 - 11413921 u. 11630922. / der 2. Titel nicht bei Holzmann-Boh. (die Zuweisung an La Quintinie erfolgt nach den Angaben der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin). Buch DE

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        Neue Garten-Lust, Das ist: Gründliche Vorstellung, Wie ein Lust- Küchen- und Baum-Garten unter unserm Teutschen Climate füglich anzurichten . mit einem neuen Anhange . wie auch mit frey nütulichen Registern versehen durch Theodorum Phytologum.

      Johann Ludwig Gleditsch und Georg Weidmann,, Leipzig, 1714 - Leipzig, Johann Ludwig Gleditsch und Georg Weidmann, 1714. 4°. Titel ind rot und schwarz gedruckt, (2) Bll., 389 (49) S. Bl. Mit 6 gest. Tafeln (inkl. Frontispiz). Pergament d. Zt. Wimmer/Lauterbach, Bibliographie der vor 1750 erschienenen deutschen Gartenbücher, S. 156. - Beliebtes Gartenbuch von Heinrich Hesse, Hofgärtner in Mainz, hier in der fünften Auflage von sechs (EA 1690). - (Beigebunden:) Neue Unterweisung zu dem Blumen-Bau, Worinnen . gelehret wird, wie . sonderlich Anemonen, Nelcken und Tulpen zu zeugen . wie auch einem . Tractätlein Von dem Melonen-Bau. Anietzo als ein zu Heinrich Hessens Garten-Lust Anderer Theil, Aus der Frantzösischen Sprache in die Hochdeutsche übersetzt . Zum andernmal gedruckt. Leipzig, Johann Ludwig Gleditsch und Moritz Weidmann, 1712. Titel in rot und schwarz, (1) Bl., 317 (5) S. Mit gest. Fronispiz und 4 gest. Tafeln. - Wimmer/Lauterbach S. 193. Zweite von drei Auflagen (EA 1705). Die hier eingefügten Tafeln gehören vermutlich zum ersten Teil, womit die erforderlichen 10 Tafeln präsent wären. Interessant ist das Frontispiz, gezeichnet J.C.D., welches dem Gartenprospekt des holländischen Schlosses Het Loo ähnlich sieht. - Stark gebräunt, Tafeln in schwachen Abdrucken, überklebte Stelle im Titelrand, Einbandrücken oben beschädigt.

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        THE CASE OF BRAMBER-ELECTION, WHICH WAS ON THURSDAY THE 27th OF JANUARY, 1714. FOR EDWARD MINSHULL, ESQ; AGAINST SIR THOMAS STILES, BART. RETURN'D.[caption title].

      [London? ca. ]. 1714 - Broadsheet, 13 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Minor foxing. Very good. A petition to Parliament by Edward Minshull, a parliamentary candidate who argues that his loss to Sir Thomas Stiles in the 1714 Bramber election was the result of illegal voting. Bramber, a small village in West Sussex, was one of the most notorious of the "rotten boroughs," parliamentary constituencies whose representation in the House of Commons far exceeded the appropriate ratio to the voting population, thus allowing one or a few major landholders in the area undue political influence in the government. In 1295, when Bramber was a larger market town, it and the neighboring town of Steyning collectively returned two members of Parliament; by the reign of Edward IV in the 15th century, Bramber and Steyning returned two MP's each, with properties in a part of Bramber that overlapped Steyning theoretically entitled to a vote in each borough. In 1831, a year before the Great Reform Act abolished the rotten boroughs, Bramber contained only thirty-five houses and twenty voters. As this document shows, Bramber was somewhat unusual in that the "Right of Election is in the Inhabitants of the Burgage-Tenements," rather than in the owners, who generally lived elsewhere. The petitioning candidate, Edward Minshull, points out the difficult matter that of the residents of the thirty- two existing tenements, a large number were widows of former tenants and thus unable to vote, leaving very few legal voters in the election. He claims that seven non- inhabitants were called in to vote for Thomas Stiles (three of whom were servants or attendants of one of the landlords) and that four inhabitants supporting himself were refused their votes, creating a false count of seventeen to thirteen in favor of Stiles rather than the true count of ten to seventeen in favor of Minshull. An early example of lobbying literature, which first began proliferating in the lobby of the House of Commons at the time of the accession of King George I and the British general election of 1715. A fascinating case of election abuses and a rare document, with ESTC recording only three copies, at Oxford, the British Library, and Harvard.

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        F. Sylvii A Brania Comitis, S. Theologiae Doctoris In Academia Duacena, Ibidemque Regii ac Ordinarii Professoris, & Insignis Ecclesiae S. Amati Canonici & Decani, eamque ob causam Universitatis Duacenae Vice-Cancellarii, Commentarii In Tertiam Partem S. Thomae Aquinatis Doctoris Angelici Et Communis: et in ejusdem supplementum centesima quaestione auctum. [Earl F. Sylvii a bran, S. Theologiae ar doctor in Academia Duacena, and there the king and the Ordinary Professor, Dean & Canon Law S. Amati & Insignia of the Church, and on account of the cause of the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Duacenae the commentaries on the part of the third of the Angelic Doctor, St. Thomas Aquinas, and It is a common,]

      John-Baptist Verdussen, Antwerp 1714 - Leather hardcovers, free end papers have bookplate of J. H. Can. Burke also sticker of St. Mary's Library, Clapham. Free end papers, the edges are dust stained. Verdussen was a dynasty of printers in Antwerp, starting with Hieronymus Verdussen in the late sixteenth century, and ending around 1800. They specialized in religious works and works in Spanish, but also published newspapers, almanac's, poetry, scientific works. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Broadside. Begins: "Reasons humbly offer'd to the Right Honourable the peers of Great Britain, in Parliament assembled, against the bill to prevent the growth of schism...

      [London Folio (31.5 cm, 12.4"). [2] pp.. 1714?] Protest against the proposed Schism Act of 1714, which was directed against dissenters; the act was supported by Queen Anne but repealed in 1718. The verso of this broadside is printed with the title, "The Protestant Dissenters reasons against the Bill to prevent the Growth of Schism, &c." This is an uncommon item, with only one U.S. holding reported by ESTC, WorldCat, and NUC Pre-1956. Tipped onto a leaf of 19th-century paper; now in a Mylar folder. In good untattered condition, with noticeable (but not print-obscuring) stain in lower center portion.

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        Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, Auctore Isaaco Newtono, Equite Aurato. Edition Ultima, Auctior et Emendatior.

      

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