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        Pratica de Notari o sia Formulario d'Instrumenti in cui si descrivono le Formole degl'Instrumenti in materia così de' Contratti tra vivi e delle ultime volontà; come ne' Beni Burgenfatici, Feudali, ed Allodiali, e nelle materie Ecclesiastiche con Molte istruzioni.

      Per gli Eredi di Michele Monaco,, In Napoli, 1714 - Cm. 33, pp. (8) 424 (48). Fregio xilografico al frontespizio. Buona legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida. Carta con qualche fioritura sparsa. Complessivamente esemplare genuino ed in buono stato di conservazione. Edizione origianale, rara. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Relation du voyage du Royaume d'Issyny, Cote d'Or, Païs de Guinee, en Afrique. La description du païs, les inclinations, les moeurs, & la religion des habitans : avec ce qui s'y est passé de plus remarquable dans l'établissement que les François y on fait

      Arnoul Seneuze et Jean-Raoul Morel 1714 - Contemporary full calf, 12mo, [6] leaves, pp. 298. Illustrated with 8 engravings. Some very minor browning and foxing, frontispiece slightly protruding, extremities worn, boards rubbed. From the library of René Basset with his name handwritten on the first free endpaper. The spine richly gilt, divided in six compartments by 5 raised bands with the titles in the second compartment. An early detailed description of the Kingdom of Issini on the western coast of Africa. Godefroy Loyer (1660-1715), a Frenchman, was the Apostolic Prefect of the Missions of Preaching Friars to the coasts of Guinea. Loyer was one of the early Europeans to explore this region and he spent several years there. As a missionary living among local people and learning their language, he gained an in-depth understanding of the culture, politics and economy of the local society. An interesting and valuable account of West Africa before it was completely transformed by slavery and colonialism. This early account is of particular importance as Loyer acted as an anthropologist avant la lettre by describing the indigenous people of this part of Africa after careful observations. Although a priest he had a keen eye for their civilizations, cultures and habits, sometimes describing events awestricken, other times with admiration. In this he differs greatly from other early accounts, however interestingly they may be, where often economic aspects prevail. The first few pages deal with Martinique and Grenada, where he was sent to before he went to West Africa. Chadenat 3810, Joucla, p. 163; Gay 2858 bis (for the 2nd edition of 1723). [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Iskandar Books]
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        An Attempt Towards Recovering an Account of the Numbers and Sufferings of the Clergy of the Church of England : Heads of Colleges, Fellows, Scholars, & C. Who Were Sequester'd, Harrass'd, &c. in the Late Times of the Grand Rebellion.: . .occasion'd by the Ninth Chapter (Now the Second Volume) of Dr. Calamy's Abridgment of the Life of Mr. Baxter. Together with an Examination of That Chapter. by John Walker, M. A. Rector of St. Mary's the More in Exeter

      London : Printed By W. S. For J. Nicholson, R. Knaplock, R. Wilkin, B. Tooke, D. Midwinter, And B. Cowse, MDCCXIV. [1714] - Physical desc. : [4], li, [17], 204; 436p. ; 2°. Subject: Church of England - Clergy - Early works to 1800. Clergy. Civil War. Sequestrations. ESTC citation no. : T145152. Referenced by: Kress, S.2689. Baxter's autobiography, Reliquiae, pubd 1696; Calamy's Abridgment, 1702. Finely bound in modern coarse calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a contrasting gilt-blocked title label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 4 Kg. 436 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Works of John Locke, Esq; In Three Volumes. The Contents of which follow in the next Leaf. With Alphabetical Tables

      London: Printed for John Churchill, and Sam. Manship. MDCCXIV [1714]. First collected edition. Folios. Variant edition not in ESTC, with the date in roman numerals in all three volumes, and without the two additional pieces: "An account of the life and writings of John Locke," and, "The remains of John Locke" (ESTC T128627). Volume one illustrated with two engraved plates (frontispiece portrait and Locke's epitaph in Latin), all three with woodcut initials and ornaments. Contemporary full calf, stamped in blind with gold tooling. Early owner's inscription and later presentation on the front pastedowns, an ex-library set with bookplates, paper shelf labels on the rear free endpapers, and perforated stamp on the title page and one text page of each volume. The boards are worn, joints are cracked but still snug, else a good sound set, interior text pages are bright and clean. The frontispiece portrait engraved by George Vertue in 1713, and Locke's engraved epitaph are especially fine. .

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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        THE WORKS OF MR. WILLIAM SHAKESPEAR; IN EIGHT VOLUMES. Adorn'd with Cutts.By N. Rowe, Esq;.

      London, Printed for J. Tonson, 1714 - Nine volumes. With 41 engraved plates. Contemporary full paneled calf, rebacked to match the original spines with five raised bands. The condition of the text and plates is fresh and clean throughout. A rare and important edition edited by N. Rowe, first duodecimo edition, suceeding the 1709 edition. The first eight volumes are the plays, the extra ninth is poetry. A very attractive set. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Johannis Brunnemanni iurisconsulti commentarius in quinquaginta libros pandectarum : opus theoretico-praticum, ab ipso autore recognitum . a Samuele Strykio accessit

      Johannem Thenet, Lugduni 1714 - Editio novissima - in 4° - pp.X + 668; II + 468 + 50c - Pergamena - Due volumi - Marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio - Testo in latino su due colonne - Titoli manoscritti al dorso. - Strappo con evidente mancanza al dorso del vol. I. Macchie d'umido e fioriture sparse. Strappi alla pergamena senza mancanze. Piccol mancanza al frontesp. Del vol.II senza perdita di testo. Volumi sciupati - Libro usato

      [Bookseller: Antica Libreria Srl]
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        The Book of Common Prayer

      London: Printed by John Baskett. Printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb and Henry Hills, Deceased, 1714. (BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER) Folio. Engraved title page. Printed in black and red , ruled in red. Bound in full red morocco, richly gilt spine, six panels, raised bands, gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Armenien de Perse / Fille Armenienne que l\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'on conduit a l\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Eglise pour la marier

      Charles de Ferriol; Le Hay c. 1714, Paris - This is from the superbly hand coloured book \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\"Recueil de cent estampes representant differentes nations du Levand. . .\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\" by Ferriol and Le Hay.The prints are illumined with gold and have micah chips added to simulates jewels. These luxurious and particularly fine examples of these prints are from the above important collection of costume plates., Image Size : 315x235 (mm), 12.375x9.25 (Inches), Platemark Size : 355x250 (mm), 14x9.875 (Inches), Paper Size : 495x315 (mm), 19.5x12.375 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring, Copper Engraving

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        C. Cornelii Taciti Opera, Notis Grammatico-philologico-criticis illustrata ad modum Iohannis Min-Ellii a Christiano Havffio, Gymnas. Görlic. Pro-Rect. Quibus præmissa est Io. Georgii Walchii Diatribe Critica De Tacito eiusdemque Stilo ad Iacobvm Perizonivm.,

      Lipsiae ( Leipzig), Ioh. Lvdovici Gleditschii (Johann Ludwig Gleditsch / Moritz Georg Weidmann), 1714 - [15 Bl.], 44 S. , [ 1 Bl.] 1210 S. mit gestochenem, allegorischem Frontispiz, Titel in rot/schwarz gedruckt. Erste und seltene Teil der gesuchten und herovorragenden Tacitus Ausgabe in sehr wohlerhaltenem Exemplar (Titelblatt mit kleinem Ausschnitt). Kritische Ausgabe mit sehr ausführlichem Kommentar. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 750

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder]
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        Pharmacopoeia Extemporanea or a Body of Medicines Containing a Thousand Select Prescripts Answering Most Intentions of Cure

      William Innys at the Prince's Arms in St. Pauls Churchyard 1714 - 8vo. pp. [18], 13, [1], 512, [32]. Second Edition with Large Additions. Attractively rebacked using Original early 18th century full calf boards with double lined blind stamped panels with foliate corners to boards. Wear to corner extremities. Internally original endpapers have copious manuscript pharmaceutical and herbal instructions (written upside down on the front endpaper) and also an ink stamp to rear endpaper of H. Rowley Medical Herbalist, London Street, Glasgow. A very old printed Pestilential preservative recipe tipped in on rear endpaper. Some tanning within text. Very small chip to top right corner of titlepage. An English Edition of a Pharmacopoeia first published in 1701 in Latin. Dr. Thomas Fuller (1654-1734) was born in Brightling, Sussex. He was admitted to the Royal College of Physicians in 1679 and became an MD in 1681, establishing himself in Sevenoaks and continuing thereon for the rest of his life (DNB). ESTC T121458. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Julian Roberts Fine Books (PBFA)]
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        Titi Livii Patavini Historiarum libri qui extant. Interpretatione et notis illustravit Joannes Dujatius [.] Et librorum omnium deperditorum integra supplementa Joannis Freinshemii. Accessere in hac nova editione Joannis Clerici notae.

      - Venetiis, apud Carolum Bonarrigum, 1714-1715, voll. 6, in-4, cartonatura rustica originale, pp. [68], 559, [1] - [8], 654, [2] - [6], 670 - [8], 630, [2] - [6], 692 - [2], 446, 271, [1]. Con antiporta al primo volume e altre tre tavv. incise in rame f.t. (2 al primo volume, 1 al secondo). Esemplare molto bello, nella sua cartonatura editoriale e a pieni margini (dimensioni della pagina: mm. 265x210). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc]
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        Le jeu des Eschets

      Paris: Chez Claude Robustel, 1714 343 pages. Duodecimo (5 ½” x 3 ¼”). Bound in original leather with marbled end papers, decorative gilt stamping to spine with red label, raised spine bands. Same as the Paris 1713 edition with cancel title and privilege. Originally written in 1619 in Italian. [Biblioteca van Der Niemeijeriana: 403] Gioachino Greco, also known as Il Calabrese, was born around 1600 in Celico, which near Cosenza in Calabria. Calabria had already produced such players as Leonardo di Bono and Michele di Mauro. From his writing it's apparent the he wasn't educated and likely came from a lower class family. Already in 1619, Greco started keeping a notebook of tactics and particularly clever games and he took up the custom of giving copies of his manuscripts to his wealthy patrons. In Rome Monsignor Corsino della casa Minutoli Tegrini, Cardinal Savelli and Monsignor Francisco Buoncompagni all received copies (of which there are extant copies, dated 1620 in the Corsiniana library in Rome, under the title, Trattato del nobilissimo gioco de scacchi). Despite his popularity in Rome, in 1621 Greco took off to test himself against the rest of Europe leaving this paper trail as he went. In 1621 he left a fine copy of his manuscripts with Duke Enrico of Lorraine in Nancy. He traveled to Paris where he played Arnauld (Isaac) de Corbeville, Enrico di Savoia (the Marquis of St. Sorlin and the Duke of Nemours and Geneva) and others. He had apparently been quite successful because in traveling from Paris to England he was waylaid by robbers who divested him of 5,000 scudi, a princely sum. Finally making it to London, he beat all the best players. Sir Francis Godolphin and Nicholas Mountstephen were given copies of his manuscripts. While in London, Greco developed an idea to record entire games, rather than positions, for study and inclusion in his manuscripts. He returned to Paris in 1624 where he rewrote his manuscript collection to reflect his new ideas. He then went to Spain and played at the court of Philip IV. There he beat his mentor and the strongest player of the time (other than himself), don Mariano Morano. He finally returned to Italy where he was enticed to traveling to the New Indies, the Americas, by a Spanish nobleman. He seemingly contracted some disease there and died around 1630 (possibly 1634) at the young age of 30 (34). He generously left all the money he earned at chess to the Jesuits. Gioachino Greco stood head and shoulders above his contemporaries, a feat seldom duplicated. David Hooper, in The Oxford Companion to Chess, states that Greco probably made up the games in his manuscripts. The question of whether he actually played the games or invented them is rather moot since if he invented them, he was perfectly capable of playing them. Condition: First free front end paper with old owner's inscription dated 1813 and half clipped, occasional marginalia through out in neat hand, spine ends chipped, extremities, spine and boards worn, back heal corner damaged, still has the original ribbon book mark. Other wise a good copy.. Full-Leather. Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Histoire de la derniere revolte des catalans, et du siege de Barcelonne. Dediée à Monseigneur le Marêchal Duc de Berwick.

      Thomas Amaulry,, Lion: 1714 - 2 hojas, 355 páginas. Piel jaspeada de la época con hierros dorados en el lomo. Mínimas rozaduras y falto del tejuelo. Papel de poca calidad con algún defecto menor. Palau 114952. Primera tirada, existe otra idéntica en todo pero fechada 1715. Aunque aparecida anónima Barbier identifica el autor como el Abate Anthelme Tricaud de Belmond.

      [Bookseller: Els Llibres del Tirant]
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        Formularii Legalis Practici Fori Ecclesiastici Supplementum In Quo. - Opus Posthumum

      Typis & Sumptibus Josephi Nicolai de Martiis 1714 - (OS72) - Romae - No solum omnes fere formule, quae in preaecedentibus tribus Libris continentur, aliis novis quamplurimis adnotationibus legalibus practicis, ac Sacrarum Congregationum Responsis roborantur, verum etiam nonnulle aliae Formulae cum suis observationibus exponuntur, quae ad Operis complementum deficere videbantur. Episcopis, eorumque Vicariis Generalibus, caeterisque Praelatis Jurisdictionem quasi Episcopalem exercentibus, nec non Confessaris, Parachis, Regularibus, Cancellariis, & Causidicis in dicto foro versantibus in Praxi valde utile, & necessarium. - Contiene 17[h]+244[p] - Encuadernado cuero tipo pergamino completo con relieves en el lomo - Título a dos colores - Hojas levemente oscurecidas - Exlibris de dueño anterior - Muy buen estado

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        Tabulae anatomicae.

      Francesco Gonzaga, Rome 1714 - Tabulae anatomicae. Edited by Giovanni Maria Lancisi (1654-1720). Rome: Francesco Gonzaga, 1714. 2° (399 x 264 mm). Engraved title vignette after Pier Leone Ghezzi, engraved graduated scale plate, 47 full-page copperplate engravings by Giulio de' Musi after drawings by Eustachi and Pier Matteo Pini. Text and tables browned and foxed, ink spots on some leaves. Contemporary calf with spine gilt, cover boards and spine worn and bumped. Pictorial bookplate by Francois Moutier on inner board. ---- Choulant-Frank pp. 200-202; Garrison-Morton 391; Wellcome II, p. 536; Norman 740. - FIRST EDITION. This series of 47 plates were prepared in 1552 to illustrate a projected book by Eustachius (ca. 1505-1574) entitled De dissensionibus ac controversiis anatomicis, which was never realized before Eustachius's death. Only the first eight copperplate engravings were published during Eustachius's lifetime, in his Opuscula anatomica. Early in the 18th-century the plates were found and brought to the attention of Giovanni Maria Lancisi, who published the full series of 47 plates along with his notes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Bassin de Neptune.

      1714 - F. Delamonce Illustrated plate of fountain at Versailles from Des Jardens de Versailles Paris, 1714 Hand-colored copperplate engraving (later color) 30 ½" x 37" framed Louis XIV (1638-1715), the Sun King of France, had grown up during a civil war between rival factions of aristocrats, known as the Fronde, and wanted a site where he could control the French government by absolute rule. Louis settled on the royal hunting lodge at Versailles, which had been acquired by Louis XIII in 1632, and over the following decades expanded it into the largest palace and grounds in the world. It was Louis XIV's hope to create a center for the royal court at Versailles. Beginning in 1669, the architect, Louis Le Vau (1612-1670), began a detailed renovation of the château. The Château of Versailles, outside of Paris, was converted into a spectacular royal palace in a series of four major and distinct building campaigns. By the end of the third building campaign, the Château had taken on most of the appearance that it retains to this day, except for the Royal Chapel in the last decade of the reign. Louis XIV officially moved to Versailles, along with the royal court, on May 6, 1682. Louis had several reasons for creating such a symbol of extravagant opulence and stately grandeur, and for shifting the seat of the monarch. By moving the royal court and the seat of the French government, Louis XIV hoped to gain greater control of the government from the nobility. All the power of France emanated from this centre: there were government offices here, as well as the homes of thousands of courtiers and all the attendant functionaries of court. By requiring that nobles of a certain rank and position spend time each year at Versailles, Louis prevented them from developing their own regional power and kept them from countering his efforts to centralize the French government in an absolute monarchy. Thus, many noblemen had to either to give up all influence, or to depend entirely on the king for grants and subsidies. Instead of exercising power and potentially creating trouble, the nobles vied for the honor of dining at the king’s table or the privilege of carrying a candlestick as the king retired to his bedroom. Versailles also served as a dazzling and awe-inspiring setting for state affairs and for the reception of foreign dignitaries, where the attention was not shared with the city of Paris, but was assumed solely by the king. Court life centered on magnificence; courtiers lived lives of expensive luxury, dressed with suitable magnificence and constantly attended balls, dinners, performances and celebrations. This view is from a series of grand views which showcase the gardens of Versailles, the grounds of which are the largest formal gardens ever created, with its extensive fountains and canals. The gardens at Versailles were designed by the landscape architect André Le Nôtre (1673-1700). Le Nôtre modified the original gardens by expanding them and giving them a sense of openness and larger scale. The plan was centered by the central axis of the Grand Canal (le Canal), an ornamental body of water covering 105 acres. The gardens are centered on the south front of the palace, which is set on a terrace, giving the palace a sweeping view of the gardens. The Fountain of Latona is located at the foot of the steps, and tells a story taken from Ovid’s poem Metamorphoses, which was considered an allegory of the Fronde, the French civil war (1646-53) that occurred when Louis XIV was a child.

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        The Rape of the Lock. An Heroi-Comical Poem in Five Canto's; BOUND WITH A Key to the Lock or, A Treatise Proving, Beyond All Contradiction, the Dangerous Tendency of a Late Poem, Entituled [sic], . To Government and Religion By Esdras Barnivelt, Apoth.

      Printed for Bernard Lintott, at the Cross-Keys in Fleetstreet, 1714; Printed for J. Roberts, 1715, London - Pp. [8], 48 with 11 engravings (includes 2 headpieces, 1 tailpiece, and 2 initials) signed on the plate Lud. Du Guernier, inv. and C. Du Bosc, sculp., title-page printed in red and black. ESTC - T5727 with the catchword "Th" on p.8 and the misnumbered pages 29, 44 and 45 (26, 45, 44 respectively). "First published anonymously in Lintot's Miscellany in May 1712 in two cantos (334 lines), but then revised, expanded and reissued under Pope's name on March 2, 1714, in a much-expanded 5-canto version (794 lines)." - Wikipedia. BOUND WITH "A Key to the Lock. Or, A Treatise proving, beyond all Contradiction, the dangerous Tendency of a late Poem, entituled [sic], The Rape of the Lock. To Government and Religion. By Esdras Barnivelt, Apoth. The Second Edition. To which are added commendatory Copies of Verses, by the most Eminent Political Wits of the Age." "Written in 1715 by Pope (using the pseudonym Esdras Barnivelt), this humorous interpretation of The Rape of the Lock serves as a warning to critics not to take the poem too seriously. In the Key Pope exposes his own poem as a dangerous political allegory (Belinda represents Great Britain, the Lock represents the Barrier Treaty.). The Key also shows Pope trying to placate Sir George Brown (the original for Sir Plume, Sir George was none too happy with the role he played in the poem) by indicating there were at least two possible originals for Sir Plume. " P. 8, then 7-32, first leaf of text catchword "nal", ESTC - T5683. Bound in modern quarter maroon morocco and cloth boards, gilt spine lettering, by Sangorski and Sutcliffe. From the library of the internationally recognized bibliophile and collector of rare manuscripts, Abel E. Berland, with his small nameplate to front pastedown. Contemporary signature to title-page, otherwise interior very clean and bright. A lovely copy overall. Size: 12mo. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      - La Haye, Adrian Moetjens, 1714. 8x16 cm. Ouvrage en 2 tomes reliés en 1 volume. Pagination continue sur les deux tomes : xiv + 712 p. + table. Portrait de Clément Marot en frontispice. Reliure de l'époque en plein veau. Dos à 5 nerfs orné de caissons dorés. Manques à la coiffe supérieure et aux coins. Reliure frottée, mais solide. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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. pp. Vgl. VD 17, 1:058998B - Kupfertitel gest. v. Cornelius Nicolaus Schurtz. Unveränderter Nachdruck der zuerst 1693 seltenen Bamberger Bibel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Caii Suetonii Tranquilli Opera, & illa commentarius Samuelis Pitici, in quo Antiquitates Romanae [-] icones: & figurae ex veterum monumentis ad historiam illustrandam depromptae, in aes eleganter incisae. Editio secunda priori ornantior & limatior.

      Leovardaiae, Excudit Franciscus Halma, D. Ordinum Frisae Typographus ordinarius. [Leuwarden/Leeuwarden, 1714-15]. Second edition. - Two volumes, quarto; size of bindings: 8 in. x 10 1/2 in. x 2 in (thick), Volume 1: engraved titlepage/frontispiece, titlepage printed in red and black with engraved device. Frontispiece; [48]pp., pp. [1]-724; Volume 2: bookbinder's leaf (in Latin & Dutch); titlepage in red and black with device; pp.[725]-1344, including printed inscriptions & indexes; pp. 786 + 787, 790 + 791 are blank, and the text and notes of these four pages has been carefully written out in manuscript (by early owner, Charles Mason, who has also added a few notes to some of the plate or vignette margins). Illustrated with 28 plates (29 with the engraved titlepage), plus engraved headings and numerous vignettes after Arnold Houbraken (1660-1719), engraved by Matthys Pool (1670-1732), featuring Roman scenes: for Julius Caesar, heading at page [1], Houbraken vignette at p. 156 (combat in front of funeral pyre); Octavius, heading, p. 157, vignette, at p. 383 (preparing an inscription); Tiberius, heading at p. [384]; Caligula, heading, p. [513], vignette at p. 629 (offering sacrifice in a temple); Claudius, heading at p. [630], vignette at p. 724 (water-wheels); (Vol. 2) Nero, heading at p. [725], vignette at p. 841 (Seneca); Galba, heading at p. [842]; Otho, heading at p. [879], vignette at p. 902 (Otho carried in triumph); Vitellius, heading at p. [903], vignette at p. 935 (military procession with Vitellius); Vespasian, heading at p. [936]; Titus, heading at p. [986], vignette at p. 1007 (destruction of Jerusalem by Titus); Domitian, heading at p. [1008], vignette at p. 1058 (naval battle in flooded arena). Plates present: Titlepage of mythological & other figures (A. Houbraken/M. Pool ) [1] 12 coins (Schynvoet), p. 1; [2] Adlocutio Cohurtium, p. 63 (address to military ranks); [3] Ludi circenses, folding (Pool), p. 73 (chariot races); [4] Ordo Pompae Circenis, folding, p. 128 (processions with vehicles, animals, etc.); [5] Thensae Deorum, folding, p. 128 (procession of statues of classical gods, in horse-drawn vehicles); [6] Triumphus Romanorum Imperatorum, folding, p. 136 (military procession); [7] Sacrificium ante Templum Jovis, p. 136 (burnt sacrifice in front of Temple of Jove); [8] 12 coins, p. 157; [9] Delineatio Romae a Romulo Positae (J. Luiken), p. 169 (sacrifice with agricultural & miltary figures in background); [10] Balneum, p. 325 (Roman bath); [11] Strigiles, p. 332 (figures with bathing implements); [12] Pila et Folliculus, p. 338 (exercising figures); [13] Apotheosis Imperatorum, p. 368 (elaborate funeral pyre); [14] Essedarii/Retiarii, p. 383/574 (gladiators with chariots & spears/shields, nets, tridents, etc.; [15] 12 coins, p. 384; [16] Ancilia/Sacerdotes Martes cum Ancilibus ex Templo Euntes, p. 393 (figures with shields); [17] 12 coins, p. 513; [18] 12 coins, p. 630 [Vol. 2] [19] 12 coins, p. 725; [20] Pyrricha, p. 745 (figures in miltary dress with swords & shields); [21] Mappa Missa, folding, p. 768 (sculptural detail with chariot & horses); [22] 12 coins, p. 842; [23] 12 coins, p. 879; [24] 12 coins, p. 903; [25] 12 coins, p. 936; [26] 12 coins, p. 986; [27] Hierosolyma una cum Templo a Tito Vespasiano capta et incense, folding, p. 992 (destruction of Jerusalem); [28] 12 coins, p. 1008. Bound in full, old speckled calf, with the spines replaced in more recent speckled calf, with the brown leather title labels remounted, the spines feature five raised bands, title labels gilt-lettered: SUETONIUS PITISCI TOM. I. (+ II.). with skilfull leather repairs to the cover corners, edges. [Provenance]: 1. in ink at the top of the front endpaper: E Lib. Car. Mason. Trin. Coll. Cant. (Charles Mason of Trinity College College Cambridge, with his manuscript notes & his 4 pp. of text at pp. 786-7 & 790-91,); 2. engraved heraldic bookplate of John Lodge (Warwick, engraver, 145 Strand), on front paste-down; 3. large, engraved heraldic bookplate (C. Sherborn, 1896) of St. Marie College/Winchester College; and a more recent, printed book label. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Publick Spirit of the Whigs: Set forth in their Generous Encouragement of the Author of the Crisis: with some Observations on the Seasonableness, Candor, Erudition, and Style of that Treatise

      London: Printed for John Morphew, 1714 - The scarce first issue of one of Swift's most effective political pamphlets, written on behalf of the government against Steele's The Crisis. Swift's aspersions on the Scottish peers made the Lords seek special means to suppress his work, and it was reprinted with the offending passages removed. His remarks here make it clear why the suppression was sought: in reply to Steele's note that the Kingdom of Scotland had many nobles, Swift chips in: "They had indeed; and to that we owe one of the great and necessary Evils of the Union upon the Foot it now stands. Their Nobility is indeed so numerous, that the whole Revenues of their Country would be hardly able to maintain them according to the Dignity of their Titles; and what is infinitely worse, they are never likely to be Extinct till the last Period of all Things . I could Point out some with great Titles, who affected to appear very vigorous for Dissolving the Union, though their whole Revenues before that Period would have ill maintained a Welch Justice of the Peace; and have since gathered more Money than ever any Scotchmen, who had not travell'd, could form an Idea of." Very scarce on the market First edition, first issue. 4to. [2], 45 pp. Modern marbled boards. Title somewhat spotted and with wormhole through first few leaves, slight waterstaining in blank margins to text; otherwise very good. Teerink 596; Rothschild 2054 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, n. G. de l'Isle b. Covens u. Mortier, "Siciliae Antiquae ....".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, dat. 1714, 43 x 61,5. Valerio / Spagnola, Sicilia, Nr. 184. - Mit Kopftitel in lat. Sprache. Links oben Nebenkarte des antiken Syrakus. Der Ätna sehr plastisch dargestellt.

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        Les Augustes Représentations de tous les Roys de France. Médailles du règne de Louis XV.

      A Paris, chez F. Hurand, puis chez Bertrand 1714-1755 - 2 ouvrages en 1 volume. Premier ouvrage : Les Augustes Représentations de tous les Roys de France, depuis Pharamond jusqu’à Louis XV, dit Le Grand, A Présent Régnant. Avec un Abrégé Historique sous chacun contenant leurs naissances, Inclinations et Actions plus Remarquables pendant leurs Règnes par Nicolas Larmessin. En 65 portraits. De Larmessin, Sculp. A Paris, chez F. Hurand, puis chez Bertrand, 1714. 65 gravures + 5 gravures postérieures ajoutées. Deuxième ouvrage : Médailles du règne de Louis XV par Fleurimont. Frontispice dessiné par Le Moine, gravé par Cars, titre gravé dans un cartouche, dédicace gravée au Roi par Fleurimont. A Paris, chez Beauvais, non daté (1752-1755). 3 pages illustrées, 78 planches de médailles, 4 pages illustrées et 2 gravures de portrait postérieures ajoutées. (Complet & Contrôlé) Reliure demi basane blonde postérieure. Dos lisse orné et doré. Pièce de titre "Portraits des Rois de France". Tranches marbrées. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Format in-4° (27x23). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Royaume de Danemark, avec une Partie de la Suede.

      Leiden, 1714. 1 pp. Kobberstukket gravering af Danmark. Med stor Cartouche i øverste højer hjørne. Med Fin samtidig håndkolorering. Kortstørrelse 40x32 cm. med ca 1 vm reft i øverste margin. First Edition.. 14072406

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        ORDONNANCE DE LA MARINE du mois d'aoust 1681 commentée et conférée sur las anciennes ordonnances, le Droit Romain et les nouveaux réglemens.

      Paris chez Charles Osmont 1714. relie l'epoque, In-4 10ff, 2-550pp 1f. fine condition.

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        Description d'une sphere mouvante par le moyen d'une pendule, d'un globe monté d'une façon particuliere, & d'un nouveau planisphere pour les distances & grosseurs des planetes. Le tout selon l'hypothese de Copernic. Expliquée & demontrée. Paris, Jacques Quillau, 1714. 8vo. With 2 engraved illustration plates and 2 engraved plates with movable parts. Contemporary sprinkled calf, gold-tooled spine.

      De La Lande, p. 361; Cat. Weil 25, no. 167 (lacking 1 moveable plate); cf. Houzeau-Lancaster 7531 (Premontval's biography). First and only edition of descriptions and illustrations of 4 ingenious and unusual astronomical instruments, all designed and operating according to the Copernican system. The first is one of the earliest examples of a clockwork model of the Copernican solar system. Pigeon notes that the terrestrial globe in the complete planetary system is too small to conveniently demonstrate the earth's movements, so he also built a separate larger one, described and illustrated in the next part of the book. Next comes Pigeon's planisphere, not merely illustrated but included in the book in working form, with a turning dial. It is designed to calculate the distances of the various planets. Finally a second working instrument is included: an orthographic equatorial projection of the globe with a movable pointer to indicate the position of the sun. In very good condition. The hinges are cracked and there is minor damage to the spine and the surface of the leather, but the binding remains structurally good.

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        Grondbeginzelen der kegelsneeden, bevattende de eerste en voornaamste eigenschappen van de parabola, ellips en hyperbola. Ten dienste der leerlingen opgesteld.Amsterdam, Yntema and Tieboel, 1769. 8vo. With 7 engraved folding plates, head- and tailpiece built up from cast fleurons. Contemporary half calf, sprinkled-paper sides.

      Bierens de Haan 5421; Sloos, Warfare 14171; STCN (8 copies); for the author: NNBW V, cols. 1161-1162. First and only edition of an acclaimed textbook on conic section by Nicolaas Ypey (1714-1785), professor of mathematics and fortification at Franeker. It opens with a preface by Pibo Steenstra, whose Grondbeginselen der meetkonst (1771) reflected Ypey's mathematical lectures. Divided into three chapters it treats respectively the parabola, the ellipse and the hyperbola. Ypey published several works on fortification and applied mathematics and was influenced by the important Frisian hydraulic engineer Willem Loré.Several water stains, plates frayed, otherwise in good condition.

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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Barcelona. 1714. 10X8. 16f+198Pag+1f. Pergami. Il.lustrat amb 12 bonicas llamines a la fusta . Magnific exemplar i extremadament rar. Ref min 3 & 45.

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        Gedaante en gesteldheid van Westvriesland en Alkmaar.

      "voor het jaar 1300 en teffens de ondergang van het dorp Vroone;Aantonende dat de gemeene vertelling van een belegering en verwoesting van een magtige stad,die Vroonen zoude geheeten hebben,niets anders is dan een verdigtzel.Door Simon Eikelenberg.Alkmaar by Klaas Mol 1714. Alsmede Alkmaer en deszelfs geschiedenissen uit de nalaten papieren van Simon Eikelenberg en veele andere echte stukken en bescheiden. Beschreven door Gysbert Boomkamp met vele fraje afbeeldingen.Rotterdam by Philippus en Jakobus Losel,1742.part I 1 engr.fronttispiece&3bird eye plans;99pp.partII Alkmaar: 1 engr portr. of Simon Eikelenberg,1 engr fullpage view,1 engr bird eye plan. Part II 2 engr bird eye plan&4 fold.and 1 full-p.views.440pp.".

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        Monumenta Paderbornensia, ex historia Romana, Francica, Saxonica eruta... Compendium vitae.. Ferdinandaei, & Panegyricus Paderbornensis. 4. Aufl., 3 Tle. in 1 Bd.

      Lemgo, Meyer, 1714.. 20 Bll., 336 SS.,10 Bll., 56 SS, 6 Bll., 136 SS., 4 Bll. mit 2 gest. Titelblättern, 3 gefalt. Kst.- Karten und 29 ( v. 31 ) Kst.- Tafeln ( ohne die 2 Portraits ), 8°; VORGEBUNDEN: Roo, Gerdard de. Annales rerum belli domique, ab austriacis Habsburgicae gentis principibus, a Rudolpho I usqve ad Carolim V. ..., Halle, Renger, 1709, 1 Bl., 24 SS., 1 Bl., 604 ( richtig 514 ) SS., 26 Bll. mit 2 gefalt. Kst.- Tafeln ( Stammbaum u. Wappen ). Prgt. d. Zt. m. Rsch. ( leicht berieben ). Graesse IV, 596; Ebert 14340. - Während für die 3. Ausgabe Nachstiche angefertigt wurden, griff man bei der vorliegenden 4. Aufl. wieder auf die Amsterdamer Or.- Platten zurück. - Die Kupfer mit Ansichten v. Boke, Delbrück, Detmold, Driburg (2), Höxter, Lippspringe, Oldenburg, Wewelsburg usw., sowie die besonders hervorzuhebenden dpblgr. Ansichten v. Paderborn und Marsberg. - Gut erhalten.

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        Johann Wolfgang Triers Einleitung Zu der Wapen-Kunst, darinnen Diese Wissenschaft durch deutliche Regeln und Exempel vorgetragen, und die Wappen der gecrönten Häupter in Europa, der Stände des Röm. Reichs, wie auch der vornehmsten ausländischen Fürsten in Kupffer vorgestellet und erläutert werden. Nebst einem Vorbericht von der gesammten Herolds-Wissenschaft Oder Lehre von dem hohen und niedern Adel

      Johann Friedrich Braun, Leipzig 1714. - FL3629 17,5 x 11 cm. Pergamentband der Zeit, leicht fleckig, mit handschriftlicher Rückenbeschriftung in alter Tinte. Vorbesitzervermerk: Speziel Grafen Lothar gehörig - in alter Tinte im Innendeckel. Eingeklebtes Ex-Libris Friedrich s Söhne - mit eingetragener Nr. 1 auf dem Vorsatzblatt. Gestochenes Frontispiz, gestochener Titelkupfer (22), 696 Seiten sowie 14 Seiten Register. 134 Wappenkupfer im Text (davon vier handkoloriert) sowie einige Holzschnittwappen. Das Papier durchgehend leicht gebräunt, der seitliche Schnitt und die Seitenränder des Mittelteils mit hellen Feuchtigkeitsrändern. Geprüftes, vollständiges Exemplar in durchaus gutem Zustand. 1. Teil: Von der gesamten Herolds-Wissenschafft / 2. Teil: Special-Abhandlung Der Wapen-Kunst: Wappen des römischen Kaisers, des Kaisers von Dänemark, des Königs von Frankreich, der Königin in Großbritannien, des Königs von Polen, des Königs von Portugal, des Königs in Preußen, des Zaren in Russland, des Königs in Schweden, Spanien, des Kurfürsten zu Mainz, zu Trier, zu Köln, zu Pfalz, zu Sachsen, des Kurfürsten zu Braunschweig, Bayern, Wappen der geistlichen Fürsten (mehrere Teile), der Fürsten zu Anhalt, Arenberg, Auersberg, der Markgrafen zu Baden, Brandenburg, Hessen, der Fürsten von Hohenzollern u.v.m., Wappen der Reichstädte Cölln, Aachen , Wappen der Schweiz, Venedigs(jeweils mit nichtpaginiertem Zwischentitelblatt) 800

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        THE WHOLE ART OF FISHING, being A Collection and Improvement of all that has been written upon this Subject: with many New Experiments. Showing the Different Ways of Angling, and the best Methods of taking Fresh - water Fish.

      London, printed for E. Curll, 1714.To which is added The Laws of Angling. FIRST EDITION 1714, 8vo, approximately 180 x 110 mm, 7 x 4¼ inches, engraved frontispiece by Hulsbergh of men fishing with Windsor Castle in the background, with tissue guard, woodcut head - and tailpieces, woodcut initials, pages: Title page, 4 pages of Preface, 1 - 111, [1] last page is index, blank sheets at rear to pad out the book, bound in half green morocco, gilt lettering with gilt angling motifs between raised bands to spine, marbled boards with dividing double gilt rules, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Binding slightly rubbed, with slight loss to the gilt date at bottom of spine, head of spine rubbed, corners rubbed and slight shelf wear to edges, frontispiece slightly shaved at outer margin, tip of lower outer corner of title page neatly repaired, occasional pale staining to margins, pale age - browning and occasional pale brown mark and fingermark, a few margins a little dusty, otherwise a very good copy. See Westwood and Satchell, Bibliotheca Piscatoria, A Catalogue of Books on Angling, page 18; The Library of the Late John Gerard Heckscher, page 18, No. 98. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        M. Frobichers Scheeps 'Togt, Gedaan om de Noord, ter Ontdekking van een Straat na Cataya en China.

      1714 - Leiden, c.1714. Original colour. Map within separately-printed frame-like border, total printed area 220 x 290mm. Martin Frobisher's map of his route across the North Atlantic to Greenland in 1576, with the straits he discovered there. However it is based on his belief in the existance of the mythical island of 'Frisland', causing him to mistake Greenland for his true location on Baffin Island in Canada. Frobisher (1535-94) intended to find the the North West Passage: he landed on Greenland but thought it to be the non-existent Frisland shown on his charts. When he sailed on and touched land again he believed he had arrived in Greenland when in fact he was at what is now Frobisher Bay on Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic. Entering the bay he believed he had discovered a strait on Greenland, and even two more voyages (1577 & 1578) did nothing to make him doubt himself. Two more voyages (1577 & 1578) did nothing to make him doubt himself. Over a century later this map still shows Frobisher's Strait on Greenland, although Frisland had been consigned to history.

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        "Le Duche de Baviere".

      . Altkol. Kupferstich bei Peter van der Aa, Leiden, um 1714, 14,5 x 20 cm.. Van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 353:51, 20. - Die grenzkolorierte Karte zeigt das Herzogtum Bayern. Rechts unten Kartusche und Meilenzeigen, am linken Rand eine kleine Windrose. - Extrem seltene Karte aus dem "Nouveau Petit Atlas" den Pieter van der Aa um 1714 herausgegeben hat. Als Grundlage verwendete er fast alle Karten aus Janssonius's Atlas Minor. Er 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.

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        Philosophia ad mentem angelici doctoris divi Thomae Aquinatis explicata. Tomus II: Physica Universalis. Tomus III: Metaphysica.

      J. B. Herckner,, Altdorffii ad Vineas, 1714 - 2 Bde. Altdorffii ad Vineas, J. B. Herckner, 1714. 6 Bll. + 722, 7 n.n. Bll. + 763 S. Blindgeprägter Pgm. der Zeit mit zwei orig. Schließen u. Pgm. der Zeit m. hds. RTitel. In latein. Sprache. Editio Altera. Erster Band fehlt. - Besitzsign. a.T., leicht stockfleckig, Ebd. etw. fingerfleckig. - Der Autor stammte aus der Benediktinerabtei Weingarten. Lateinisch Blindgeprägter Pgm. der Zeit mit zwei orig. Schließen u. Pgm. der Zeit m. hds. RTitel.

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        Das Kayserliche Sprach- und Wörter-Buch, darinnen die vier Europäische Haupt-Sprachen, als nemlich die Italiänische mit der Frantzösisch- Teutsch- und Lateinischen (etc.) erklärt und vorgetragen werden. Anjetzo durch N. de Castelli vermehrt

      Frankfurt, Zunner Erben und Jung 1714.. Frankfurt, Zunner Erben und Jung 1714.. 7 Bll., 878 S., 1 Bl., 570, 218, 152 S. Lederband d. Zt. mit Rückenverg., Vorderdeckel datiert 1716, geprägt. "Bibliotheca Reg. et Elect. Sax." und mit goldgeprägtem kgl. sächs. Wappensupralibros. Vgl. Zaunmüller 208. - Seinerzeit beliebtes Sprachwörterbuch. - Etwas gebräunt, am Anfang etwas fingerfleckig.

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        A New Map of Nottingham-Shire with the Post & Cross Roads, & other remarks according to the latest & best observations. 1714.

      1714 - London: Overton, 1713. Original colour. 345 x 490mm. A scarce map of Nottinghashire, from Overton's county atlas, 'England Fully Described in a Compleatt Sett of Mapps of ye County's of England and Wales'. It is unusual in that the map takes up less than half the area: a large plan of Nottingham fills the top left half of the sheet, not based on that by Speed but apparently a new survey. Under that is the title cartouche and a text box with a few statistics and sundry information, ending 'the most noted rivers are the Trent and Erwash, its cheif Comõdities the best Liquorice, Plaster like that of Paris, Malt'.

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        Principatus Transilvaniae in quinque Nationes earum'que Regiones es comitatus cum finitimis vicinorum Statuum Provinciis accurate divisus.

      Nürnberg, Homann, um 1714.. Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte, Bildausschnitt 47,5 x 57 cm, Blattgr. 53,5 x 63 cm.. Szantai, Atlas Hungaricus, Homann 3b. Sandler, Johann Baptista Homann, Die Homännischen Erben, Matthäus Seutter und Ihre Landkarten, p. 60; nach der erstmals 1685 bei Rossi erschienenen Karte des Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola (Szantai, Rossi 5); die Siebenbürgenkarten des späten 17 Jahrhunderts zählen zu den frühsten Ethnografischen Karten überhaupt, da hier zum ersten Mal versucht wurde, die Siedlungsgebiete der verschiedenen Volksgruppen (Magyaren, Szekler, Sachsen (Deutsche), Walachen (Rumänen) und Moldauer) kartografisch zu erfassen (vergl. Austria Picta p. 162, dort wird die gleiche Karte von Seutter besprochen); erste Siebenbürgenkarte des Homann-Verlages, nur zwischen 1714 und 1720 erschienen, mit Titelkartusche unten rechts; mit Mittelfalz, diese am oberen und unteren Ende außerhalb der Darstellung leicht eingerissen, schönes Altkolorit

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      . Zustand: Muy Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Paris. 1714. 12h+343Pag+3h. 15x9. Gioachino Greco (1600 - 1634), known as the Calabrian was an Italian writer and chess player. Greco recorded some of the first games, 77 in total. Greco was a lover of the Sicilian defense. Magnificent book. Ref 6.1 Biblioteca A.

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        De jure connubiorum libri duo. In quibus jura naturae, divinum, civile, canonicum, prout de nuptiis agunt, referuntur, expenduntur, explicantur. Editio secunda, ab auctore olim emendata, & plurimis in locis insigniter aucta.

      Delft Adriaan Beman 1714. Drukkersvignet. Perkament. Gr. 4to. 778, (60) pp. *papier hier en daar gebruind*Hendrik Brouwer 1612-1665. Schepen en raadslid te Leiden'. R. Dekkers. Bibliotheca Belgica juridica. Brussel, 1951, 28

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        An Historical Account of the Ancient and Modern State of the Principality of Wales, Duchy of Cornwall, and Earldom of Chester

      Warwick-Lane, London.: J Roberts, 1714 VG+, 2nd ed, 1714. In contemporary full speckled calf, corners and edges very lightly worn and bumped. Spine, highly decorative tooling in gilt, raised bands, titles in gilt to maroon leather label, worn along joints slightly. Internally, armorial bookplate of Early of Macclesfield to fpd, fep lacking top corner, small embossed coat of arms to titlepage and first 3 leaves, [16], 147 pp, 6 printers devices, text block edges sprinkled red, endpages only, a little browned, 2 of the spine compartments have North Library numbers of 1860. A lovely copy. Was first published in 1630. (ESTC T4742. Biblio. of Wales 138. Jenkins 55. Lowndes 655). This edition has: To which is added His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales's patent both in Latin and English; also an account of his dignity, privileges, arms, rank and titles, and of his sons and daughters. Which the 1st edition did not. Dodderidge [Doddridge], Sir John, judge. See ODNB.

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        Books Lately Printed for John and Henry pemberton, at the golden Buck, Against St. Dunstan's Church , in Fleetstreet

      , 1714. 1714. (London) 1714. 8vo. 19cm. 16pp. Unbound. Woodcut vignette with two griffins with foliage & arabesques at the beginning of the text and another decorative woodcut vignette at the end of the text. Extensive booksellers booksellers catalogue, with printed prices, divided into works in folio (16 works) including the works of John Locke at (3 guineas three shillings), Calmet's Dictionary of the Holy Bible (six guineas), quarto (5 works) including A Voyage to the Levant (one guinea 10 shillings) and Lowthorpe's Philiosophical Transactions from the year 1700 (four guineas 10 shillings) , Octavo and Duodecimo (47 works) including A treatise of the spleen and vapours (5 shillings) and The Compleat Housewife (six shillings), "single sermons" priced at 6d each (32 works dating from 1715-1739). Plomer says about John Pemberton: "junior, bookseller and publisher in London, The Buck in Fleet Street, 1739 (?) - 1744 (?). Son of John Pemberton the elder. During his father's lifetime the firm was known as J. and J. Pemberton. They were the publishers for the House of Commons, and also for the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. After the death of his father in 1739, John the younger was joined by his brother Henry, and their joint imprint is found in books until 1744; but as there is no mention of John in the will of Henry, proved in 1748, it may be presumed that he died or retired between 1744 and 1748." [c.f. Lesage, Netchine, Sarrazin #2394; not in BL]

      [Bookseller: Knuf Rare Books]
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        The Works of John Locke

      London: John Churchill and Sam. Manship, , 1714.. London: John Churchill and Sam. Manship, 1714. First edition. Folio, full contemporary brown calf expertly rebacked with raised bands. In very good condition, rebacked with some expert restoration to the front free endpaper. 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). Included is the groundbreaking Essay Concerning Humane Understanding.

      [Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB]
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        An Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain, Chiefly of England: From the First Planting of Christianity, To the End of the Reign of KIng Charles the Second. With a Brief Account of the Affairs of Religion in Ireland. 2 v

      London Samuel Keble at the Turk's-Head against Fetter-Lane, and Benjamin Tooke at the Middel-Temple Gate, in Fleetstreet. VG : in very good condition. Rebound with new eps and original cover laid on. Rear eps with heraldic book-plate and colour photograph First Edition Contemporary calf 410mm x 260mm (16" x 10"). xx, 736pp, + index; xx, 904pp, 119pp, + index. Volume I and II includes list of subscribers. Volume II published in 1714. Heraldic book-plate of The Reverend Edmund Lovell LLD. Also colour photograph of volumes dated 26/1/2011 described 'Before binding'.

      [Bookseller: Barter Books]
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        Hemisphere meridional pour voir plus distinctement les terres australes.

      Paris, de l'Isle, 1714.. Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach G. de l'Isle, Bildausschnitt 45,5 x 45,5 cm, Blattgr. 53 x 77,5 cm.. Dekorative Karte der südlichen Hemisphäre, mit gezeichneten Entdeckungsreisen von Magellan (1520), Mendana (1568 und 1595), Le Maire (1616), Halley (1700), Dampier (1700), Tasman (1642) sowie S. Louis (1708); in den breiten Rändern etwas wasserrandig und gering fleckig, sonst tadellos.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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