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        A Second Tale Of A Tub

      J. Roberts, London, UK, 1715, Hardcover, Book Condition: Fair-, Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, Presume 1stSize: 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall, Seems to match all specifics for First Edition regarding the body of the text. Price given on title page as 3s 6d., book does not have illustrated frontispiece in place. After first 2 endsheets, the Imprimatur is verso 3rd sheet, facing title page. Date 1715 appears on title page w/ imprimatur 1714. Suspect restoration occurred with replacement of endsheets and perhaps boards, (I surmise that spine is original) many years ago. 219 pages (including first 6 on which no roman numerals appear) followed by 5 non-paginated. Pages numbered in roman numerals thru 43, 44 thru 219 in standard English characters. Collated in octavo manner (with unsigned pages at front), size measures 7 1/2 x 4 7/8". A few notes from the books previous owner/collector, "Old calf, cut marbled edge. satire of Robert Hartley, first Earl of Oxford M_____ Favorite Of Queen Anne. Many demands for the at time it came out in D & P catalog. Probably First Edition, Harley did not fall until death of Queen Anne. 1962." Details regarding the books condition as follows. The text has been nicely protected by the boards, while it has some age darkening and the ripple that seems typical of the era, it is heavy and attractive, I see no dog ear or notable chip, supple I might say. Sheets at the extremes do have more darkening and so forth. The first pastedown has 3 lightly penciled notes from the books previous owner, I will not try to erase. First endsheet has exquisite, very old penned note re the book, signed Cornelius Paine. 4 small penned notes appear on title page, ie authors actual name, initials M.H. in top margin, etc. As mentioned above, the endsheets look just a bit too new to be original and the boards have the look of having been rehinged at the spine. Front board nearly cracked thru, close to detatched. Back board less so but surely coming detached as well. Leather spine labeled "History of Robert Powel" with gilt illustrations has surface chipping of one half inch at head and foot, believe it to be original. The edges of this label (Powel's name) is chipping away. Leather boards have fine line of gilt trim at edges. Age appropriate wear, tip abrasion. Now stored as close to airtight as possible in acid free clear glassine sleeve. Photograph will follow shortly. We will provide delivery confirmation and insurance, where possible, at our expense, Book

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        De calceis Hebraeorum libri duo, curis secundis recogniti, et aucti : accedit ejusdem Somnium, tertio recusum. - Bound with, 'Somnium, Recitatum Trajecti ad Rheum, in Acroaterio Majore, XI. Decemb.'

      Dordraci : Ex officina Theodori Goris. Bibliopol, 1715 - 267 + 24pp + indexes and plates. Complete two works in contemporary full calf with original label. A very fine copy. History of classical Jewish footware, boots, sandals and shoes. The second work in on sleep.

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        Les Principes du Blazon ou l'on explique toutes les regles et tous les termes de cete siance. Enrichis de Figures. [Blason] [Principles of Heraldry [Coats of Arms] , or an explaination of the rules and terms of this (science)]

      Nicolas Simart, Paris 1715 - 8pp; 73pp; 21pp. fold out charts and engravings. Text in French. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Modern rebind. Book plates on new eps. Inscriptions on original feps and title page. Pages browning and chipped, no loss [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Correct Chart of the Carribee Islands.

      London. 1715-50 - Size: 525 x 430 mm. Fine condition. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Depicted with north to the right, extending from Puerto Rico to Venezuela, title cartouche at top centre. The map has a compass at sea, rhumb lines, anchorages and depth soundings. It was published in The English Pilot for Mount and Page, in John Seller's fourth book, covering American waters. The atlas was produced and published to counter the prevailing dominance and output of maritime material by the Dutch. Seller began his atlas in the 1670s, and it proved so popular that it ran to over 30 editions, the later ones produced some 100 years later. As a result many charts were re-engraved, or replaced entirely by more accurate examples. Tooley, Maps and Mapmaking p61

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        Tabula Italiae Antiquae in Regiones XI ab Augusto divisae et tum ad mensuras itinerarias tum ad observationes astromicas exacte

      Paris 1715 - Size : 490x634 (mm), 19.25x25 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring Very Good; left margin slightly worn

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        Notizia de'libri rari nella lingua Italiana divisa in quattro parti principali ... London, Jacob Tonson, John Watts, 1726. 8vo. With numerous woodcut baroque headpieces, tailpieces, decorated initials and factotums. Contemporary sheepskin parchment.

      Brunet III, 65; ESTC T115766; Graesse III, 222; not in Blogie; Taylor. First edition of a pioneering bibliographical work by Nicolas Francesco Haym, attempting to list all rare books printed in Italy from the beginning of printing to ca. 1715. Unusually for the time, the books are arranged by subject regardless of their format, with four numbered general categories, each with many subdivisions: (1) "Istoria" (History); (2) "De'Poeti" (Poets and poetry); (3) "Prose" (Prose); (4) "Arti e scienze" (Arts and science).Three quires of contemporary paper have been bound at the end. They have been used for a manuscript supplement bound at the end, adding 16 books published in Italy, all from the 16th century, with notes in French and Italian. With marginal worm holes near the foot of the gutter in several quires, but otherwise in very good condition and wholly untrimmed. Binding damaged along the fore-edge and repaired.

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        R. P. F. Felicis Potestatis . Examen ecclesiasticum, in quo universae materiae morales, omnesque fere casus conscientiae excogitabiles, solide, ac perspicue resolvuntur. Cum denuntiationibus ad monitoria, atque edicta; neonon instructione sacrae poenit

      Venetiis: Apud Paulum Belleonium, 1715 - small quarto (22 cm. tall), three volumes in one, as issued, with continuous pagination; [4 leaves] (beginning with half title), 711 pp. (text double column); old vellum darkened and rubbed with front hinge broken, signature of early owner on title with his marginalia on pastedowns, hand stamps of modern owner, margins cut down but not close, Photos available upon request.

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        Reflexions sur la Premotion Physique.

      Michel David,, Paris, 1715 - In -12, pp. (8), 351, (1 di errata). Leg. dell'epoca piena pelle. Dorso a nervetti con fregi oro e titoli su tassello (difetti alle cerniere). Es. molto buono. Si tratta dell'ultima opera di Malebranche, scritta in risposta al libro "De l'action de Dieu sur les créatures" di Laurent Boursier. Rispondendo alle accuse di ateismo lanciate contro di lui, particolarmente dai padri Gesuiti, Malebranche sostiene che le azioni dell'uomo sono libere, non condizionate dalla volontà di Dio. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Cfr. Cioranescu 44889; Brunet III - 1336. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Atlantis Libri Antichi]
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        Zu Ancklams Examen Seiner Danckbarkeit gegen Gott, Wegen der Anno 1713. den 3. April., geleisteten Errettung, vom Feuer und Verwüstung, wollte gegen dem 3. April Anno 1715 an welchem eben das öffentliche Schul-Examen solte gehalten werden...Standesmäßig in die Schule einladen./ M. Christoph Pyl.

      Greifswald. Starck.(1715).. Sammelband bestehend aus 19 Schriften. 19,5 x 16 cm. Halbleineneinband mit marm. Deckeln u. hs. Rsch. Leicht berieb.. Sammelband Anklam bestehend aus 19 Schriften: Gottes feurige Mauer um die Ancklamsche Schule / Mit herzlichem dancke für die gnädige Erhaltung / Anno 1713. den 3. April, geleistet / Anzusehen/ Wird in einer teutschen Rede...Gottes Errettung / und der Schulen Erhaltung.../ M. Christoph Pyl., Greiffswald, Starck, 1717.; - Das Häuslein der Ancklamschen Schulen in dem Weinberger Gottes / wollte am 4ten April Anno 1718 zur Dancksagung für die für 5. Jahren geschehene Göttliche Erhaltung / und Bewahrung für dem angedroheten Feuer in einer teutschen Rede betrachten und zu selbiger geneigten Anhörung...seiner Herren Collegen..und Gelehrte..Einwohner in die Schule erbitten./ M. Christoph Pyl., Greiffswald, Starck, 1718.; - Die schuld'ge Ancklams-Pflicht...wie solches der guten Stadt gethanes Gelübde vor das im 1713. Jahr...zubereitetes Russisches feuer:...erheischet....wollte dieses..Fst, und von Jacobo Engelchen...verordnete..Lieder...der....Bürgerschafft / ...offeriern Johannes Schumacher./ J. Schumacher., Greiffswald, Höpfner, 1718.; - Die stille Woche der Ancklamschen Schule / wollte an dem jährigen Gedächtniß-Tage / der anno 1713 am 3ten April,...geschehenen Göttlichen Befreyung, von der angedroheten Verwüstung in einer teutschen Rede, betrachten./ M. Christoph Pyl., Greiffswald, Höpfnern, 1719.; - Ancklams-Wol, in Erzehlung Seines vorigen Wehes, Solte Am 5. April 1715..In einer teutschen Rede, Nicolaus Gottfried Köppen fürstellen./ M. Christoph Pyl., Greiffswald, Starcken, 1715.; - Das Aus Seinem Angstschlamm Gerettete Ancklam, Solte..An welchem Tage Anno 1713...In einer teutschen Rede vorstellen PAUL VVEDIG v. Magdeburg...für gnädige Erretung dancken. / M. Christoph Pyl., Greiffswald, Höpfnern, 1717.; - Die über die Menschliche Unbarmherzigkeit triumphirende Göttliche Barmherzigkeit...Solte am 1. April einer teutschen Rede erörtern...Joachim Friederich Manson../ M. Christoph Pyl., Greiffswald, Höpfnern, 1718.; - Das von seiner Zerstörung gerettete Ancklam solte...Michael Mä einer teutschen Rede vorstellen./ M. Christoph Pyl, 1719.; - Favstinvm Redvcem in sollemni Iubilo, Secundi Ivbilaei Lvtherani Pomeraniae nostrae optat, & laetatur, eoque ipsso Ad Actvm Oratorivm Festiuitatem Hanc Celebrantem, Omnes Ciuitates nostrae Ordines, qua decet, obseruantia, invitat m. Christoph. Pylius, Lycei Tanglimensis Rector./ M. Christoph Pyl., Gryphiswaldiae, Hoepfnerus 1717., u. a.; bei einem Artikel Titelblatt etwas verstärkt, erneuert (hs. ersetzt).; - Mit Exlibris (Max Sander), wenige Seiten verstärkt, erstes Titelblatt stark fleckig, sonst durchgehend etwas braunfleckig.

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        Neue Briefe/ und allerhand ausbündige und zu Recht bestehende Obligationes, Contracte, Reverse, Vergleiche/ Bestallungen/ Pacta, Stifftungen und dergleichen/ heraus gegeben von Menantes.

      1715 - Hamburg, verlegts J. W. Fickweiler, 1715. 8:o. Engraved frontispiece,(30),848,(32) pp. Title page in red and black. Slightly stained contemporary full vellum with red sprinkled edges. A black spot in the lower region of the rear board. Clean copy with some minor, but not disturbing, dampstains in the upper marginal in the beginning. With the library stamp from the library of Stora Ek in Sweden. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Mats Rehnström Rare Books SVAF, ILAB]
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        Littora Brasilia - Pascaert van Brasil.

      1715 1715 - Engraved handcoloured map. Amsterdam 1715. 48 x 56 cm. * With decorative cartouche, 2 compass roses and sailing vessels.

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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      Pragae (Prag), Typis Universitatis Carola-Ferdinandeae in Collegio Soc:Jesu., 1715 - Contemporary full calf. Worn covers with defects. 70 unpaginated leaves. Occasional light browning.

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        THE WORKS

      London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1715. First Printing of the edition prepared by John Hughes n. Hardcover. Spenser in Contemporary Finery as Fine as Fine Can Be. 191 x 121 mm (7 1/2 x 4 3/4"). Six volumes. First Printing of the edition prepared by John Hughes. EXCEPTIONALLY FINE CONTEMPORARY RED MOROCCO, covers bordered by plain gilt rule and dogtooth roll, raised bands, spines heavily gilt in compartments with large central fleuron, feather cornerpieces, each spine with a green morocco label, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Woodcut headpieces, tailpieces, and initials, and 19 engraved plates (including frontispieces). Intermittent neat pencil marks in the margins. Lowndes III, 2477. Tiny dent to one board, light offsetting from engraved material, one opening with (tea?) stain, a couple of dozen leaves moderately browned, but all of these imperfections minor, the set being otherwise IN EXTRAORDINARILY FINE CONTEMPORARY CONDITION, the text especially fresh and clean, and the bindings lustrous and showing no significant signs of use. This is a splendid copy of a new edition of Spenser's works, complete with a life of the poet and a glossary of obscure words; it is also apparently the first illustrated edition. Spenser (1552?-99) was the first modern English poet to achieve major stature, and Day points out that those "influenced by Spenser are virtually a roster of the great English poets since his time," among them Milton, Wordsworth, Keats, Rossetti, and Tennyson. The editor here, John Hughes (1677-1720), was a man of many talents who produced a number of poems and plays (his "Siege of Damascus" is considered his masterpiece) as well as translations of French and Italian works. The very pretty bindings are in outstanding "country house" condition, among the finest looking 18th century sets we've ever offered for sale.

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        The Iliad of Homer. Translated By Mr. Pope. 1715-1720, VOLUMES 1-5 ONLY OF 6, BOOKS 1-21 OF 24, with observations on each book and an essay on Homer

      London: W. Bowyer, 1715. 1715-1720, VOLUMES 1-5 ONLY OF 6, BOOKS 1-21 OF 24 with observations on each book and an essay on Homer AND Subcribers list, original quarter leather with marbled boards, spines numbered in gilt with original red leather spine labels lettered in gilt, portrait frontispiece in volume one, large folding frontis in volume two, licence leaf to all volumes and all pages collate correctly, extremities rubbed, sold as an incomplete five volumes, very good.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/None. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Die Chur-Brandenburgische Hof-Wehe-Mutter, Das ist: Ein höchst- nöthiger Unterricht von schweren und unrechtstehenden Gebuhrten, ...

      . Leipzig, Friedr. Braun, 1715, 4°, (34), 348, (12) pp., mit schön gestochenem Frontispiz, 42 Kupfertafeln (2 in Faksimile), 1 gefaltete Foliokupfertafel, Ledereinband der Zeit; Rücken erneuert; feines Exemplar.. KLASSIKER DER GEBURTSHILFE: "Die Chur-Brandenburgische Hof-Wehe-Mutter das ist: ein höchst-nöthiger Unterricht, von schweren und unrechtstehenden Geburten : in einem Gespräch vorgestellet, wie nehmlich, durch göttlichen Beystand eine wohl-unterrichtete und geübte Wehe-Mutter, mit Verstand und geschickter Hand, dergleichen verhüten, oder wanns Noth ist, das Kind wenden könne : durch vieler Jahre Übung, selbst erfahren und wahr befunden, nun aber Gott zu Ehren und dem Nächsten zu Nutz, auch auf gnädigst- und inständiges Verlagen Durchläuchtigst- und vieler hohen Standes-Personen : nebst Vorrede, Kupffer-Bildern und nöhigem Register zum Druck befördert.; Von Justinen Siegemundin, gebohrner Dittrichin, Von Ronnstock aus Schlesien, im Jaurischen Fürstenthum gelegen." - - Fast unveränderter Nachdruck der Erstausgabe (1690). - - "Nachdem sie ein von ihr verfasstes , ganz aus ihren eigenen vieljährigen Erfahrung und den Notizen, die sie sich über jeden schweren Geburtsfall gemacht hatte, geschöpfte Werk der med. Facultät in Frankfurt an der Oder, zur Censur vorgelegt hatte und deren Billigung 1689 erhalten hatte, erschien es unter dem Titel "Die Chur-Brandenburgische Hoff-Wehe-Mutter, das ist: ein höchst nöthiger Unterricht von schweren und unrecht stehenden Geburten, in einem Gespräch vorgestellt" (Coelln a.d. Spree 1690, 4°, 1692; 1708, (Leipzig) 1715; spätere Auflagen unter dem Titel: "Die Königl. Preuss. und Chur-Brandenb. Hoff-Wehe-Mutter u.s.w.", Berlin 1723, 4°, 1741, 1756; Leipzig 1713, 1724; holländische Uebersetzung von Cornelius Solingen, Amsterdam 1691, 4°." G. in Hirsch-H. V, pp.263-264 - - Eines der einflußreichsten Hebammenbücher überhaupt. Bedeutendste geburtshilfliche Schrift, die im 17. Jahrhundert ihren Ursprung hat. Es ist ein in Text und Abbildungen ganz originales Werk, das nicht auf Vorbildern wie Roesslin und Rueff fußt. Das Lehrbuch der Siegemundin blieb für ein Jahrhundert Hauptquelle und maßgeblicher Berater, aus der Hebammen und Ärzte schöpften. Das Werk ist in Gesprächsform zwischen zwei "friedliebenden Wehemüttern" abgefaßt. Die großformatigen, klaren Abbildungen zeigen diverse Fehllagen, zu deren Behebung die Siegemundin verdienstvolle Neuerungen einführte. Der "doppelte Handgriff der Siegemundin" erinnert noch heute an die Autorin. Die Justine Siegemundin (1636-1705) erfand auch das Stäbchen zum Einführen von Wendeschlingen und wußte, daß Gesichts- und Beckenlagen oft ohne Kunsthilfe gut enden können. Die Autorin hat nur ihre Erfahrungen zu Rate gezogen und die Natur zur Lehrmeisterin gemacht. -- Unser Band enthält das schön gestochene Frontispiz, das in späteren Auflagen nicht mehr erscheint. In einer Kartusche, von Putten umringt, die eine Blumengirlande halten, steht der Sinnspruch "An Gottes hilff und Seegen, Geschickten hand bewegen, Ist all mein Tuhn gelegen". - - Minimal restauriertes schönes Exemplar! - - cf. Garrison & Morton 6149 (1st. Ed. 1690); Thomas, Classical Contribution to Obstetrics and Gynecology, 54-59; Hirsch-H. V, 394-395

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        Biblisches Engel- u. KunstWerck; alles das jenige, Was in Heiliger Göttlicher Schrifft Altes und Neuen Testaments Von den Heiligen Engeln Gottes Dero Erscheinungen Verrichtungen Bottschafften Gesandschaffte[n], Auf mancherley Art und Weise auss Göttlicher Verordnung Zu finden ist, Also, dass auch, was von dess Engels dess Bundes und Grossen Raths Jesu Christi dess Sohns Gottes unsers Herrn und Heylands, in Englischer Gestalt und Erscheinung, Thaten Worten und Wercken gemeldet wird, So dann, was die erschaffene Ertzengel u. Engel in dem Geist-Weltliche[n] und Hauss-Stand, Zu Unterweisung, Leitung u Beschirmung, im Lebe[n]- Leide[n] und Sterbe[n] der Gottselige[n], wider Gottes u ihre Feinde, die bšse Geister, und bšse Menschen gutes erwisen.

      1715 - 32 Bll.: gestochener Titel, gestochenes Frontispiez, 30 Tafeln Die Tafeln sind zweigeteilt in die bildliche Darstellung oben und ihre emblematische Deutung mit reichem Dekor in der Unterhälfte: sie zeigen den ganzen Formen- und Ideenreichtum des Barock. - Durchgehend leicht fingerfleckig. Das Werk wurde neu aufgebunden, die Vorsätze erneuert. Einige kleinere Ein- und Abrisse sind fachmännisch hinterlegt. - Lanckoronska/Oehler I, 21. Faber du Faur 1848 u. 1852. Rümann 80 u. 556. Landwehr V, 391. Kat. der Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 4296. BN#20645 Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1550 Fol., späterer Lederband auf vier Bünden, mit Rollstempel und Streicheisenlinien

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        Sermo Academicus de Comparando Certo in Physicis..[I] Question de Medecine dans Laquelle on Examine [II] Le Baillon [III]. 5 Lettres de M. Anstruc [IV] Deo Optimo Max Uni et Trino..Quaestio Medica.[V] Dissertatio Medica Inauguraluis de Leucophlegmatia VI

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden];Paris; Amsterdam: Petrum Vander Aa; Pierre Mortimer; Gerardum Potvliet. Cover worn with upper board detached. Part of outer spine missing. Text block firm. Some staining and age darkening. Ex.-lib. Royal College of Surgeons with minimal marking. 1715. [First Edition]. Leather cover. 230mm x 180mm (9" x 7"). 52pp; 29pp;10pp;138pp; 36pp; 34pp. 6 works in one volume. Work I published in 1715; II in 1735 [author not stated]; III in 1737 [author not stated]; IV published between 1737-8; V in 1741, 9 works by various authors including Phillipo Caron, Urbano Leaulte, Ludovico Lemery, Nicolao Andry, Raymundo- Jacob Finot, Petro Le Tonnellier, Hiacintho-Theodoro Baron, Joanne Herment, and Petro- Joanne Burette; VI published in 1739. .

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        Tractatus physico.medicus de incantamentis, sexagita casus, maxime prae caeteris memorabiles, complectens; cum subnexis eorundem judiciis & curationibus .. Cum syllabo casuum & mantissae.

      . Norimbergae, J.F. Rudigeri, 1715, 4°, (44), 254, (12) pp., title in rand an black, frontispiece, quarter vellum; a fine copy.. Rare - First Edition in this form. First published in 1698 under the title 'Syllogen casum medicinalium incantationi vulgo adscribi solitorum'. The present edition including additional several tracts on 'morbis magicis' by v. Helmont (de receptis injectis ..), B. Carrichteri ( ... ratio medendi morbis ..), Fischer and Mylius. - The fine full-page frontispiece shows different kind of patients being treated in a hospital, and outdoors, a whitch-sabbath in the back ground. - Georg Abraham (1644-1700), physician from Nuernberg, well known as a editor of van Linden's great medical bibliography and author of an important work on the history of blood transfusion, gives here an detailed presentation on diseases caused by witchcraft, including an amulet for insane love, a balsam against all sorcery, candles against all magic diseases, ant-magical and astral herbs, etc. In the preface Mercklin reviews the position of Wier, Bodin, Willis and others. For a detailed description of the book see Thondike VIII, pp.531-533; Laehr, Lit.d. Psych. II, p.126; Grässe, Bibl. magica .., p.41; Rosenthal, Bibl. magica, 4077; Waller 6479; Osler 3385.

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        The History of the Reformation of the Church of England

      London: for J. Walthoe and B. Tooke; J. Nicholson; D. Midwinter and B. Cowse,, 1715. The Fourth Edition, with Additions, Alterations, and Amendments; communicated to the Author by several Hands. 3 volumes, quarto. Contemporary full panelled calf, red and green labels, spines attractively gilt with floral tools and leaf sprays, raised bands, covers with triple gilt rules enclosing central blind panels. Engraved frontispieces to vols. I and II. Front joint of vol. I cracked but held by corners, extremities a little worn, but still a very good clean set in an attractive contemporary binding. First edition of the third volume, the supplement; fourth edition of the first two volumes, which were first published in 1679–81. Burnet's work, the first attempt to write such an account from authentic sources, launched modern historiography of the English Reformation.

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        L'anotomia del corpo umano tradotta dal franzese, colle aggiunte in fine di quanto piu rimarcabile e stato dappoi scoperto, fatte dal signor Agostino Saraceni, medico, e fisico.

      Stamperia del Seminario,, In Padova, 1715 - Cm. 21,5, pp. (8) 570. Con 55 affascinanti incisioni xilografiche nel testo, molte delle quali a piena pagina. Leg. orig. in cart. alla rustica ricoperto da carta dipinta e con titolo ms. al dorso. Esemplare solo un po' slegato, peraltro genuino e ben conservato. Si tratta della prima traduzione italiana di questa celebre opera del medico francese Saint-Hilaire del quale lo stesso stampatore aveva pubblicato, nel 1709, la versione italiana del: "Trattato de' rimedj per le malattie del corpo umano.". La traduzione e le ampie aggiunte finali sono di Agostino Saraceni, medico e fisico di Desenzano. Opera non comune e corredata di un apparato iconografico ricco ed interessante. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Histoire des Yncas, rois du Perou; contenant leur origine, depuis le premier Ynca Manco Capac, leur etablissement, leur idolâtrie, leurs sacrifices, leurs loix, leurs conquêtes; les merveilles du temple du soleil; & tout l'etat de ce grand empire, avant que les Espagnols s'en rendissent maitres. Avec une description des animaux, des fruits, des minéraux, des plantes, &c. Traduite de l'Espagnol de l'Ymca Garcillasso de la Vega, par Jean Baudoin

      Amsterdam, J. Desbordes, 1715. Two parts in two. 8vo. 1,087 [(xxviii), 512; (xii), 492, (34)] pp., two engraved frontispieces, three engraved plates (one larger, folded), one large folded map. Uniform vellum with script title on the spines.* Very rare French translation of a work first published in Spanish in 1609-1616, this being the second Amsterdam edition. Widely regarded as the most accurate description of the Inca kingdom. With a fine large map of northwestern South America, including Peru and most of Colombia, and eastern Brazil. Garcilaso "El Inca" de la Vega (1539-1616), born in Cuzco, was the first scholar of mixed European and Inca descent. Old private book owner's stamp on the front flyleaf rectos, some text sections rather toned, otherwise a nice clean set. We could only trace two copies in the auction records, one in 1914 and one in 1972, so this edition is very rare. Brunet II, 1483; Sabin, 98752.

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      [London, 1715. Broadsheet. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Small folio. Antique style half calf and marbled boards. Some very minor foxing, else near fine. Maryland restored to the Lords Baltimore In 1689, following the Glorious Revolution, the royal charter to Maryland was withdrawn from the Roman Catholic Charles Calvert, 3rd Baron Baltimore, who had inherited the colony from his father, Cecil Calvert, Maryland's first proprietary governor, in 1675. While Maryland was in direct possession of the Crown, Charles's son Benedict Leonard Calvert renounced Catholicism and joined the Church of England in the hopes of having the family's title to Maryland restored. At the death of his father in February 1715, Benedict Leonard was named 4th Baron Baltimore and immediately petitioned George I for return of colony. Before the King could rule on the matter, however, Baltimore suddenly died in April, and his title passed to his sixteen year-old son, Charles, to whom Maryland was restored that year. The present petition to Parliament states that Cecil Calvert had exhausted much of the family's estate in his cultivation and improvement of Maryland and that the new Lord Baltimore has thus been left without funds to provide for his five siblings. His advocates request that Maryland may therefore be exempt from a new £3000 per year colonial tax. As the tax was intended in part to fund protection to the colonists from Indians, the petition further notes that few Indians remained in Maryland and could be easily overpowered by the white inhabitants. Rare, with ESTC recording only one copy, at Oxford. Hanson 2149.

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        Encomia nunquam sat laudatae Caesareae, Regiae, Archiducalis, &c. domus Austriacae aes, et marmor, in Ecclesia S. Crucis Oenipontano-Aulica praedicant: Quae Simon Milldorffer [.] toti orbi propalare conatur. Ruhm deß [.] Ertz-Hauß Oesterreichs.

      Innsbruck, Jacob Christoph Wagner, 1715. - Folio. Title page with woodcut border. 34 unnumbered ff. and 30 engr. plates. Somewhat later marbled half vellum. First and only edition. These highly original mezzotints present the 28 larger-than-life bronze statues guarding the tomb of Emperor Maximilian in the Innsbruck Court church. In reference to this sculptural program, commissioned by the Emperor himself but not completed until 1584, this burial church located at the fringe of the old town is known to this day as "Schwarzmanderkirche". - Very rare; only two copies on German postwar auctions (1953 and 1987, both severely defective). Not in ABPC or in the last decades' trade. Not in OCLC. Wurzbach XVIII, 312. Thieme/Becker XXIV, 557.

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        Les Principes du Blazon ou l'on explique toutes les regles et tous les termes de cete siance. Enrichis de Figures. [Blason] [Principles of Heraldry [Coats of Arms] , or an explaination of the rules and terms of this (science)]

      Paris: Nicolas Simart. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Modern rebind. Book plates on new eps. Inscriptions on original feps and title page. Pages browning and chipped, no loss. 1715. First Edition. Half-leather brown cover. 230mm x 180mm (9" x 7"). 8pp; 73pp; 21pp. fold out charts and engravings. Text in French. .

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        Books Printed and Sold by the Assigns of J. Sowle, at the Bible in George-Yard, in Lombard Street

      1715. (London, 1715?). 8pp. 8vo. Drop head title. Disbound (loose). J. Sowle must be Jane Sowle, wife of Andrew Sowle and mother of Tace Sowle. On this family of printers Plomer says the following about the Sowle family: Andrew Soyle was a printer in London. Although his name is not found in any imprint before 1683 there is no doubt that he was the printer of most, if not all, of the early Quaker literature. In the obiturary notice of him it was stated that he engaged himsel freely in printing Friends books, and that his printing materials were several times seized and broken to pieces, and on one occasion a thousand reams of printed books were taken from him. On another occasion he was taken before Sir Richard Browne, who threatened to send him after his brother Twyn, who had been executed in 1664 for printing a seditious book. One of his daughters, Tace (or Tacy) succeeded her father in the business. Dunton (pp. 222-3) says of her: She is both a Printer as well as a Bookseller, and the daughter of one; and understands her trade very well, being a good Compositor herself... She keeps herself unmarried. Three years later however, in 1706, she married Thomas Raylton. Her mother Jane Sowle, and from 1715 the latter's assigns, continued the business. [Plomer, Dictionary of Printers and Booksellers]. ESTC (L - only);

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      [London? ]. 1715 - Small folio broadside. Dbd. Closely cropped, with loss of first line of title and portion of printed signature. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Mild foxing. Overall very good. An extremely rare petitionary leaflet relating to the historic longitude prize, evidently printed in the first two years after the creation of the Board of Longitude. In 1714, responding to a problem that had continued to beleaguer sailors and cartographers well into the age of navigation, Parliament passed the Longitude Act, establishing awards from £10,000 to £20,000 for developing an accurate methods of determining longitude and a panel, the Board of Longitude, to judge submissions. The author of the present document, Conyers Purshull (for whom no biographical information has been discovered), had submitted a plan for finding longitude at sea by "measuring the Distance which the Ship runs from Place to Place, with a Wheel fixed thro' the Bottom of a Boat towed by the Ship." His plan was rejected by the Board based on three major objections, for which Purshull offers various solutions here. The petition was discovered in a bound volume of similar documents, nearly all of which date with some certainty to 1714 and 1715, and there is no reason to believe that this document is an exception. It is among the earliest examples 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. ESTC records no copies; OCLC lists one, at Yale.

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        Barnacle-encrusted spike from a sunken galleon in the Spanish Treasure Fleet of 1715

      [Off Florida Coast], [1715] Heavy barnacle-encrusted spike, approximately 2? in diameter, 7? long, recovered from a sunken Spanish Galleon in the treasure fleet of 1715, four days after leaving Havana for Spain. 4.5 lbs.From 1561-1748, the Spanish government sent two merchant convoys each year, with few exceptions, to the New World. One went to Mexico, the other to Panama. They brought European goods to the colonists and returned with gold and silver coins, gem stones, and other valuables. These convoys became known as treasure fleets.Two fleets filled with treasures left Cubafor Spain on July 27, 1715. They sailed up the east coast of Florida. On July 31, 1715, a hurricane drove the fleets into the reefs along the east coast of Florida. The entire fleet of 11 ships and nearly half of the 2500 crew members were lost. Some of the ships? cargo was salvaged by the Spanish government, but most of it remained on the ocean floor.From the Certificate of Authenticity signed in facsimile by Mel Fisher, Preside

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        Sammelband mit seinen acht anonym erschienenen satirischen Schuldramen. 8 Teile in 1 Band.

      (Nürnberg), (1714-1715). - 1. Wurmland, Nach Lands-Art, Regiment, Religion, Sitten und Lebens-Wandel. Im Jahr, Da es Wurmstichig war. 128 S. 2. Quasi sive mundus quasificatus, Das ist: Die quasificirte Welt. Getruckt in der quasi-Welt, Anno 1714. 4 Bll., 88 S. 3. Uti ante hac auf die alte Hack. Gedruckt in der alten Welt. Sub signo veritatis. 80 S. 4. Genealogia Nisibitarum Nisi-Stamm-Baum. Gedruckt im Jahr 1714. Mit 1 gefalteten Tabelle. 127 (1) S. 5. Eclipses politico-morales; Sicht- und unsichtbare sittliche Staats-Finsternüssen. Gedruckt in Umbria. Im Jahr, da es finster war. 80 S. 6. Quasi vero, Der Hinckende Bott Has sich Wohl. Und in Truck gebracht in diesem Jahr. 112 S. 7. Puer centum annorum. Der vor Augen liegend- handel- und wandlenden Welt täglich anhaltendes Kinder-Spiel. Im Jahr, Da die Welt alt und kindisch war. 144 S. 8. Allmanach Welt-Sitten-Statt-Marter-Calender. Wird verkaufft bey dem so genanten lahmen Mann in der Gerbers-Gassen im Stockhaus. 160 S. Pergament der Zeit mit altem handschriftlichen Rückenschild. 1. Dünnhaupt 3.7: "Nach 1715. Sonst bisher nicht erfaßte Variante. Im Freiburger Expl. ist die letzte Seite paginiert '128'." (So auch im vorliegenden Exemplar). - "Frühestes der satirischen Schuldramen C's, .Vorliegendes Stück satirisiert in amüsanten Dialogen eine Reihe zeitgenössischer Unsitten als 'Würmer'." 2. Dünnhaupt 4.3. - Eine von 4 Titelvarianten mit Druckjahr 1714. - "Amüsante Satire über die Schwächen der zeitgenössischen Gesellschaft." 3. Dünnhaupt 5.2. - Unterscheidungsmerkmal: S. 16, letzte Zeile beginnt jetzt mit dem Wort "nicht". - "Satire auf die alamodische Sprachverderberei und die Einführung französischer Hofsitten, mit Lob der guten alten Zeit." 4. Dünnhaupt 6.2: "Offensichtlich eine spätere Fassung, wie die durchgehende Verwendung von Kommas statt Virgeln (auch im Text!) andeutet. S. 127 beginnt wieder mit 'Nisialia'." - "Satirische Behandlung verschiedener 'Äste' des Nisi-Stammbaums (Nisi-academicum, Nisi politicum, Nisisenile, Bauern-Nisi u.ä.)." 5. Dünnhaupt 7.3: ".Neusatz unter Verwendung von Kommas in Titel u. Text. Flüchtig hergestellt mit vielen Setzfehlern: z.B. 'Oppotsiio' statt 'Oppositio'." - "Satirische 'Behandlung' der politischen Krankheiten der Mme. Deutschland durch ausländische Quacksalber." 6. Dünnhaupt 8.10: "Nach 1715. Erste von 3 verschiedenen Varianten ohne Druckjahr. S. 47, letzte Zeile lautet 'Stroh'." - "Satire gegen Heucheleien aller Art, vornehmlich auf religiösem Gebiet, mit amüsanten Prognostikationen über die Welt der Zukunft." 7. Dünnhaupt 9. 7: "Nach 1715. Letzter Druck, wiederum im Neusatz. Unterscheidungsmerkmal: S. 138, letzte Zeile beginnt jetzt mit 'zeit'." - "Satire gegen den Kaffee- und Tabakgenuß." 8. Dünnhaupt 10.2: "Nach 1714. Sonst bisher nicht erfaßte Titelvariante. S. 110 letzte Zeile beginnt wieder mit 'als Jammer'." - "Satirischer Kulturspiegel, eingeteilt in 3 'Marter-Listen' (Akte) mit insgesamt 24 'Staats-Torturen' (Szenen), bestehend aus Dialogen mit Verseinlagen. Wohl die erste Sammel-Ausgabe der acht Schriften mit dem "Index Tractatum" auf Bl. a2. - Vergl. Graesse II, 16-17. Hayn-Gotendorf IX, 96. Faber du Faur 1025-1033. Nicht bei Goedeke. - Callenbach (1663-1743) war seit 1683 Mitglied des Jesuitenordens, zeitweise Priester in Wetzlar und lehrte zuletzt Philosophie und Mathematik in Bamberg. Als Satiriker und Humorist war er seinerzeit hochgeschätzt. - ". mit einem Feuerwerk von witzigen Einfällen, Wortspielen und großer Sprachgewandtheit geißelt er, ohne dabei sein Ziel zur Besserung zu mahnen und zu erziehen, aus dem Auge zu verlieren, alle Schwächen, Fehler und Unsitten seiner Umwelt" (Haus der Bücher, Barockliteratur I, 182). - "He looked with the eyes of an outsider at the society assembled there which sought to change its German manners into those of Versailles. The result was a profoundly unrealistic world. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire des Yncas, rois du Perou; contenant leur origine, depuis le premier Ynca Manco Capac, leur etablissement, leur idolatrie, leurs sacrifices, leurs loix, leurs conquetes; les merveilles du temple du soleil; & tout l'etat de ce grand empire, avant que les Espagnols s'en rendissent maitres. Avec une description des animaux, des fruits, des mineraux, des plantes, &c. Traduite de l'Espagnol de l'Ymca Garcillasso de la Vega, par Jean Baudoin.

      . Amsterdam, J. Desbordes, 1715. Two parts in two. 8vo. 1,087 [(xxviii), 512; (xii), 492, (34)] pp., two engraved frontispieces, three engraved plates (one larger, folded), one large folded map. Uniform vellum with script title on the spines.* Very rare French translation of a work first published in Spanish in 1609-1616, this being the second Amsterdam edition. Widely regarded as the most accurate description of the Inca kingdom. With a fine large map of northwestern South America, including Peru and most of Colombia, and eastern Brazil. Garcilaso "El Inca" de la Vega (1539-1616), born in Cuzco, was the first scholar of mixed European and Inca descent. Old private book owner's stamp on the front flyleaf rectos, some text sections rather toned, otherwise a nice clean set. We could only trace two copies in the auction records, one in 1914 and one in 1972, so this edition is very rare. Brunet II, 1483; Sabin, 98752..

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        Raccolta Di Varie Targhe Fatte Da Professori Primarii In Roma

      Giovanni Maria Salvioni, Rome 1715 - Illustrated with 51 full page engravings. First published in 1711 - this could be the second edition. Text in Italian. A "catalogue" of Papal coats-of arms carved by Michelangelo, Bernini and Borromini amongst others and recorded by Juvarra. The bookplate of the Earl of Galloway is the verso of the title page. Covers soiled. Some soiling to the fore-edge of the title page as well as some other light marks. The plates are in very good condition without dust jacket. Tightly bound

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      Amsterdam 1715 - Materia: Libro de principios del siglo XVIII (año 1715) con repertorio iconográfico con efigies tomadas de la antigüedad que sirven para ilustrar virtudes. Serie de 99 grabados calcográficos realizados por Pieter Bodart, de personajes célebres de la antigüedad. Obra moralizante y simbólico contenido político y religioso. Las páginas impares se localiza la figura del personaje circunscrito en un clípeo y en las partes el texto explicativo. Descripción: 4to. 200 x 155 mm. Encuadernación holandesa con puntas. Guardas amarmoladas. Estado de conservación: Bueno con pequeñas oxidaciones y tostadura en alguna de las hojas. Antiguos puntos de polilla en las hojas finales. Datos de interés: Herico Spoor fue uno de los grandes eruditos de su tiempo. Esta edición de 1715 fue impresa en Amsterdam de la obra de Spoor titulada Favissae Utriusque Anticuitatis Tam Romanae Quam Graecae (Utrech, 1703). Uno de los ejemplares se conserva en la biblioteca del Oxford, Magdalen Collage. Extremadamente rara edición de esta obra dotada de una posición janseista y anticatólica. Inclinada a las posiciones inglesas frente a las españolas y francesas. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die Dramen]. Wurmland, nach Lands-Art, Regiment, Religion, Sitten und Lebens-Wandel. Gleichsam auf einer Schaubühne vorgestellet. [.] Bey Vermelio Wurmsaam im Gast-Haus zum Regenwurm. Im Jahr, da es wurchstichig [!] war.

      [Nürnberg, Georg Christoph Lochner?, nach 1715?]. - 144 SS. Ohne die Faltkarte. (Beigebunden) II: Ders. Quasi vero, der hinckende Bott hat sich wohl. Hrsg. aus der Quasi-Welt, auf der Post zu Fuß. [Ebd., nach 1715]. 112 SS. (Beigebunden) III: Ders. Uti ante hac, auf die alte Hack. Gedruckt in der alten Welt sub signo veritatis. [Ebd., nach 1715]. 88 SS. (Beigebunden) IV: Ders. Genealogia nisibitarum. Deß uralten Nisi-Stamm-Baum Geburths-Brieff [.]. Zu finden in dem [.] Nisibitischen Stamm-Hauß. [Ebd., 1719]. 136 SS. Mit 1 mehrf. gefalt. gedr. Stammbaum. (Beigebunden) V: Ders. Puer centum annorum sive Heteroclitus [.]. Im Jahr, da die Welt alt und kindisch war. [Ebd., nach 1715]. 144 SS. (Beigebunden) VI: Ders. Almanach Welt-Sitten-Staat-Marter-Calender; gerichtet auf alle Schalt-Jahr. Gedruckt unter dem Schnapp-Galgen auf der Folter- und Marter-Preß. [Ebd., nach 1715]. 187, (1) SS., 2 w. Bll. (Beigebunden) VII: Ders. Quasi sive mundus-quasificatus: Das ist: Die quasificirte Welt. Gedruckt in der Quasi-Welt. [Ebd., nach 1715]. (8), 88 SS. (Beigebunden) VIII: Ders. Eclipses politico-morales. Sicht- und unsichtbare sittliche Staats-Finsternussen [.]. Gedruckt in Umbria. Im Jahr, da es finster war. [Ebd., nach 1715]. 84 SS. Zeitgenössischer Pergamentband mit hs. Rückenschildchen in rot und schwarz. 2 Schließen. 8vo. Sammelband aller acht Schuldramen des Jesuiten Franz Callenbach (1663-1743), entstanden 1709-12 und 1714 erstmals in Druck erschienen. Das vorliegende Exemplar vereinigt etwas spätere Ausgaben (c. 1715-1719). - I: Variante f der erweiterten Neufassung. Frühestes von Callenbachs satirischen Schuldramen; "satirisiert in amüsanten Dialogen eine Reihe zeitgenössischer Unsitten als 'Würmer'" (Dünnhaupt I, 535). - II: Neugesetzte Variante der "Satire gegen Heucheleien aller Art, vornehmlich auf religiösem Gebiet, mit amüsanten Prognostikationen der Zukunft" (Dünnh. I, 546). - III: Abermals neu gesetzte Variante der "Satire gegen die alamodische Sprachverderberei und Einführung französischer Hofsitten" (Dünnh. I, 540). - IV: Späteste Variante der "satirische[n] Behandlung verschiedener 'Äste' des Nisi-Stammbaumes" (Dünnh. I, 542). - V: Abermals neu gesetzte Variante der "Satire gegen den Kaffee- und Tabakgenuß" (Dünnh. I, 548). Vgl. ausführlich Arents über den "tobacco club" und sein kurioses Regelwerk zu Schutz und Förderung von Tabak und seinem Genuß. - VI: Letzte, erweiterte und neugesetzte Variante des "[s]atirische[n] Kulturspiegel[s], eingeteilt in 3 'Marter-Listen' (Akte) mit insgesamt 24 'Staats-Torturen' (Szenen)" (Dünnh. I, 550). - VII: Zweiter von 3 Drucken ohne Jahr. "Amüsante Satire auf die Schwächen der zeitgenössischen Gesellschaft" (Dünnh. I, 538). - VIII: Titelvariante (Kommata statt Virgeln) der neugesetzten Variante e der ersten erweiterten Fassung. "Satirische 'Behandlung' der politischen Krankheiten der Mme. Deutschland durch ausländische Quacksalber" (Dünnh. I, 544). - Papierbedingt durchgehend etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig; erster Titel am unteren Rand schmal beschnitten (etwas Textberührung der letzten Zeile) und mit zeitgenöss. Besitzvermerk. Der unteren Schließe fehlt der Dorn am Vorderdeckel, sonst intakt. I: Dünnhaupt I, 538, 3.II f. Jantz I, 717 und 719. NUC XCI, 81. Vgl. de Backer/S. IV, 900, 1. - II: Dünnhaupt I, 548, 8i. Dammert 99. De Backer/S. IV, 901f., 6. - III: Dünnhaupt I, 541, 5f. Jantz I, 714. Vgl. de Backer/S. IV, 901, 3. - IV: Dünnhaupt I, 544, 6h. Jantz I, 693 und 694. Dammert 97. Vgl. de Backer/S. IV, 901, 4. - V: Dünnhaupt I, 549, 9e. Jantz I, 698. NUC XCI, 81. De Backer/S. IV, 902, 7. Arents III, 499. - VI: Dünnhaupt I 550, 10d. Jantz I, 684. Dammert 100. Vgl. de Backer/S. IV, 902, 8. - VII: Dünnhaupt I, 539, 4h. Jantz I, 704. NUC XCI, 81. Dammert 92. Vgl. de Backer/S. IV, 901, 2. - VIII: Dünnhaupt I, 545, 7f. Jantz I, 688. De Backer/S. IV, 901, 5.

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        L\\\'ile de Terre Neuve et le Golfe de de Saint Laurent, Selon les Meilleurs Memoires

      c.1715, Amsterdam - Published in \"Recueil de Voyages au Nord\".First edition. , Size : 205x315 (mm), 8.125x12.375 (Inches), Black & White, 0 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Some Considerations on a Law for Triennial Parliaments . . . [bound with 11 other contemporary pamphlets]

      Printed for J. Baker and T. Warner. First edition of the Defoe.. Some wear and dust-soiling, but a nice survival and example of contemporary tracts bound together.. Moore 345; NCBEL II, 897. Twelve pamphlets bound in one volume, 8vo & 4to, contemporary quarter calf and blue boards, all untrimmed, a few leaves uncut. Defoe?s tract on the term of the current Parliament, which he argues should be extended. His 40-page work is the fifth pamphlet bound with eleven other contemporary tracts on English and European politics, e.g.: British Advice to Free-Holders of Great Britain . . . London: Printed for S. Popping, 1715; The Present Constitution and Protestant Succession Vindicated . . . London: Printed for J. Baker, 1714; Remarks on a Pamphlet, Entituled, The Thoughts of a Member of the Lower House . . . London: Printed for J. Roberts, 1719; Walpole, Robert. A Short History of the Parliament. London: Printed for T. Warner, 1713; etc. A complete list with collations is available. One other pamphlet in the collection has been attributed to Defoe by Moore, but de-attributed by Furbank and Owens (see Moore and Furbank & Owens 265).

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        La vie de Mr. Des-Cartes. Contenant l'histoire de sa philosophie & de ses autres ouvrages (.). Réduite en abregé. [relié après] MACE, François - Histoire des quatre Cicerons (.).

      J. van Duren; Veuve Mabre Cramoisy, La Haye; Paris 1715 - [24]-322 pp. , [16]-238-[22] pp., 2 ouvrages en 1 vol., 1. Edition de poche de la biographie de Descartes par A. Baillet (1649-1706). Frontespice gravé par Joh. V.d. Avele daté 1692. Titre en rouge et noir. Ref. Goldsmith (BL London) B-118. BN Paris (1).Pas en Krivatsy, Matagne . 2. 2me ed. (1re Paris 1714) d'une compilation philosophique par le prètre français Fr. Macé (1640-1721). Page publicitaire avec "Livres nouveaux qui se vendent chez Jean van Duren, Libraire dans le Pooten près de Plein" . Titre en rouge et noir. . Ref. STCN (1). BL London (1). BN Paris (1). Cp. Cioranescu 44169. Cp. Conlon "Prélude" 17312.(Namur). Reliure mouton du temps, dos partiellement endommagé.

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        Novae Hispaniae Chili, Peruviae et Guatimalae Littoreae

      Amsterdam 1715 - Size : 495x570 (mm), 19.5x22.375 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring

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        Geistliche Stadt Gottes. Mirackul seiner Allmacht und Abgrund der Gnad. Göttliche Histori und Leben der Mutter Gottes unser Frauen und Königin Mariae, Der Aller-seeligsten Jungfrauen, Ergänzerin der Schuld Eva und Mittlerin der Gnad. Geoffenbahret in disen letzten Zeiten durch eben dise Göttliche Jungfrau ihrer mindistin Dienerin Schwester Mariae von Jesu Abbtissin des Convents der unbefleckten Empfaengnuss in der Stadt Agtreda. 2 Bücher in 4 Teilen (in 1= komplett).

      In Verlag Johann Caspar Bencards,, Augsburg, 1715 - Augsburg, In Verlag Johann Caspar Bencards, 1715. 8°. 21,0 cm. Frontispiz, Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, 28 Blatt (Approbation, Censur, Gutheissung), 423 Seiten, Titelblatt in Schwarz, 3 Blatt, 440 Seiten, 1 Blatt. Ganzlederband der Zeit mit zwei unvollständigen Schliessen. Vor 1. Teil beigebunden: Ximenez, Josepho; Kurtzer Lebens-Begriff Der wuerdigen Mutter Schwester Maria von Jesu, Abbtissin dess Convents von der unbefleckten Empfaengnuss In der Stadt Agreda, Beschreiberin der geistlichen Stadt Gottes.Augsburg, In Verlag Johann Caspar Bencards, 1715, Frontispiz (Bildnis der Maria de Jesus), Titelblatt in Schwarz, 2 Blatt, 218 (1) Seiten. Erste Ausgabe. Kleiner Eintrag von alter Hand auf Titelblatt, ansonsten gutes Exemplar. First edition. Little inscription on title page. Good copy. Vor 1. Teil beigebunden: Ximenez, Josepho; Kurtzer Lebens-Begriff Der wuerdigen Mutter Schwester Maria von Jesu, Abbtissin dess Convents von der unbefleckten Empfaengnuss In der Stadt Agreda, Beschreiberin der geistlichen Stadt Gottes.Augsburg, In Verlag Johann Caspar Bencards, 1715, Frontispiz (Bildnis der Maria de Jesus), Titelblatt in Schwarz, 2 Blatt, 218 (1) Seiten. Ganzlederband der Zeit mit zwei unvollständigen Schliessen. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR]
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        Histoire générale de l'empire du Mogol, depuis sa fondation jusqu'à présent. Sur les mémoires portugais de M. Manouchi, Vénitien. (4 vols.). Extra title in 1st vol.: Histoire de la vie et du regne d'Orangzeb, dernier empereur Mogol, ou suite de l'histoire de l'Empire du Mogol.

      Paris, Jean de Nully, 1715. - 4 vols. Small 8vo. (XLII)+403+(5);(II)+334+(1);(XVI)+301+(3);(II)+285+(14) pp. With fold. engr. map. Hardcover. Contemp. paper over boards. VG. (Spines sl. sunned; occas. sl. waterst.). * Provenance: Salomon Van Deventer, as written in an early hand on titles. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lamberti Bos L. Gr. professoris ordin. Animadversiones ad Scriptores quosdam Graecos. Accedit Specimen Animadversionum Latinarum

      Franekerae: Excudit Franciscus Halma, 1715. Leather Bound. Very Good. 84 p. 20 cm. Full leather. A few notations in ink on front and back paste-down endpaper. Otherwise, bright and clean. Lambert Bos (1670-1717), Dutch scholar and critic. Born at Workum in Friesland. Attended the University of Franeker and was appointed professor of Greek there in 1704. His most famous work, Ellipses Graecae (1702), was translated into English by John Seager (1830); and his Antiquitates Graecae (1714) passed through several editions. He also published Vetus Testamentum, Ex Versione lxx. Interpretum (1709); notes on Thomas Magister (1698); Exercitationes P/zilologicae (1700); Animadversiones ad Scriptores quosdam Graecos (1715); and two small treatises on Accents and Greek Syntax. EB.

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        The History Of the Most Remarkable Tryals in Great Britain and Ireland, in Capital Cases, viz, Heresy . . . Incest, Poisoning, Adultery, Rapes, Sodomy, Witchcraft, Pyracy . . . by the unusual Methods of Ordeal, Combat, and Attainder [etc.]. Two Volumes

      London: Printed for A. Bell in Cornhill; J. Pemberton [etc.], 1715-16. Modern cloth, gilt, light browning, else a very good set First edition of the first English work to collect both important trials of state and sensational criminal cases, with the emphasis upon the mode of proof; some three dozen trials in all, including those of Anne Boleyn, Lord Audley and Captain Kidd

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      Atlas Anglois. D Mortier., 1715.. Cambridgeshire Copper engraving. Original colour. Fine condition, good margins. Size: 52 x 42 cm. (20½ x 16½ inches). A beautiful map of the county, rich with heraldry. Shows the bordering counties

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Favole Scelte Tradotte dall'Idioma Francese nell' Italiano per il Signor de Veneroni Maestro delle sudette Lingue à Parigi: e poi da quelle nel Tedesco, per il Signore Baldassaro Nickisch, Maestro di Lingue in Augusta, Il tutto arricchito di Figure a ciascuna Favola, a fruttuosa ricreatione della Gioventù amatrice delle Lingue & arti.

      - [Augusta, Kraus, Augspurg, Lotter, 1715], in-4, leg. settecentesca in mezza pelle con punte (qualche consunzione), pp. [2], 106. Con 50 tavv. incise in rame (antiporta, frontespizio calcografico + 48 tavole, ciascuna recante due illustrazioni). Manca il frontespizio tipografico. Libro di favole di grande fascino. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lezioni Accademiche

      Engraved frontis. port., engraved vignette on title, & woodcut illus. in the text. xlix, [1], 96 pp., one leaf. Large 4to, mid 18th-cent. half calf & marbled boards, inside front cover with stencilled binder's label of A. Milne, Forres. Florence: J. Guiducci, 1715. First edition and a very fine and fresh copy. "This collection of Torricelli's lectures provides an important summary of Torricelli's theories, published posthumously by Tommaso Bonaventura; includes chapters on percussion, lightness, winds, military architecture, and mathematics. Chapter 7 on the movement of winds is a pioneer contribution in the field of meteorology explaining in detail their origin in atmospheric changes and refuting the contemporary theory that they issued from the earth. His two famous letters on the barometer are reprinted here...The preface by Bonaventura includes a life of Torricelli."-Roberts & Trent, Bibliotheca Mechanica, p. 322. Fine copy, bound somewhat unusually in a provincial English signed binding. ❧ Cinti 169. Dibner, Heralds of Science, 149. D.S.B., XIII, pp. 437-39. Riccardi, II, 544. Sparrow, Milestones of Science, 190. .

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