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        Hodegeta Forensis Civilis et Criminalis Principiis Juris Fundatus, Actionum Exceptionum, Leuterationum, Apellationum,.

      Leipzig. Thomas Fritsch, 1715. - 8°. 20,8 x 16,5 cm. 1108 Seiten, In gutem Zustand. der Pergamentband auf fünf echten Bünden mit Gebrauchsspuren an den Deckeln (Rußspuren), aber gut erhalten, der Buchblock in den Rändern teils etwas braunfleckig, insgesamt von guter Erhaltung. vollständiger Titel: Hodegeta Forensis Civilis et Criminalis Principiis Juris Fundatus, Actionum Exceptionum, Leuterationum, Apellationum, Supplicationum, & Registraturarum Judicialium, Processus Ordinarii & Summarii, Executivi, Cambialis, Arestatorii, & Possessorii nec non Defensionum Criminalium, Regulis, & Formulis Practicis, Stylo Curiali moderno germanico expressis, Instructus variisque JCtorum Responsis, Praejudiciis & Observationibus Fori confirmatus in usum quondam Auditorum suorum, & Neo-Practicorum, privatos inter Cancellosconscriptus & communicatus nunc auctior publice editus a D. Gothofredo Barthio, Lipsiae, apud Thomam Fritsch, 1715, - zu den Seitenzahlen: im Buch richtige Zählung bis S. 1089, ab dann trotz Vollständigkeit total falsche Seitenzahlen bis S. 2018. [Attributes: Hard 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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        THE CASE OF CHARLES LORD BALTEMORE, A MINOR, WITH RELATION TO HIS GOVERNMENT OF MARYLAND

      [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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        TO THE] LORDS COMMISSIONERS FOR THE LONGITUDE [caption title].

      [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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        Opera, & in illa commentarius Samuelis Pitisci, in quo antiquitates Romanae ex auctoribus idoneis fere nongentis, Graecis et Latinis, veteribus & recentioribus, perpetuo tenore explicantur. Hic accedunt terni indices : I. Editionum. - II. Auctorum cum laudatorum, tum obiter notatorum, emendatorum, explicitorum. - III. Rerum absolutissimus & locupletissimus. Imperatorum imperatoresque arctissimo gradu contingentium icones : & figurae ex veterum monumentis ad historiam illustrandam depromptae, in aes eleganter incisae. Editio secunda priori ornatior & limatior.

      Leeuwarden, Frans Halma, 1714-1715, - 2 forts vol. in-4, [25] ff. n. ch. (titre-frontispice gravé, titre, dédicace, préfaces, pièces liminaires), 724 pp. ; titre, pp. chiffrées 725-1344 pp., avec 10 vignettes culs-de-lampe, 10 vignettes en-tête, et 22 planches hors-texte, veau fauve raciné, dos lisses, pièces de titre et de tomaison cerise, encadrement de simple filet à froid sur les plats, tranches mouchetées de rouge (rel. de la fin du XVIIIe). Bon exemplaire. Très belle impression, infiniment plus recherchée que l'originale de 1690, parue à l'adresse d'Utrecht, et en deux volumes in-8. Brunet V, 582-583. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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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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        TRATADO DE ICONOGRAFÍA / NUMISMÁTICA. 1715

      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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        Mapa Antiguo De España. Andalisiae Castellum Gibraltar Inter in Europam et Africam. Portubus et Castellis. Motril, Almunecar,málaga, Gibraltar, Jerez De La F., San Lúcar, Marbella, Cádiz . y Menorca. y Ceuta.

      1715 - Tres vistas en la parte inferior de Cádiz, Gibraltar y Málaga. Mapas en casilla indivudual de Menorca y de Ceuta. Iluminado a mano de época. Size: 62 x 54,5 Cm.

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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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        Thirsis Minnewit. Bestaande in een verzameling van de aangenaamste minne-zangen en voyzen.

      Amsterdam; n.d. (ca. 1715 - ); Jacobus Konijnenberg, Boekverkooper op 't Water, in de Lootsman; 3 parts in 1 volume; engraved frontispiece; small 8o; vellum (12), 160, 164, (4), (8), 160 pp. Bound with: Het merg der mey- harders- minne- en mengelzangen getrokken uyt de voornaamste lied-boeken en t'saamengebragt ten dienste van de liefhebbers der zang-konst. Amsterdam; 1715; Hendrik Bosch, Boekverkooper over 't Meysjes Weeshuys: with engraved frontispiece; (4), 190, (6) pp.* Frontispieces cut off shortly. Vellum soiled. Otherwise in good condition. Johan van Dans (1654) was a lawyer. Thirsis Minnewit was a very popular songbook which has been reprinted several times but nowadays very scarce, especially this edition with 'Merg der mey- harders- minne- en mengelzangen'! Not in Scheurleer: 'Nederlandsche Liedboeken'.

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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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        THE CASE OF THE PEOPLE CALLED QUAKERS, WITH RESPECT TO MANY OF THEIR FRIENDS IN SOUTH- BRITAIN, AND THEIR FRIENDS IN GENERAL IN NORTH-BRITAIN, WHO CONSCIENTIOUSLY SCRUPLE THE TAKING OF THE PRESENT AFFIRMATION.

      [London? ]. 1715 - Broadsheet. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Moderate toning and foxing. Very good. In 1696, after experiencing decades of exclusion and imprisonment for conscientiously refusing to take loyalty and court oaths, Quakers were granted the right by Parliament to take a "solemn affirmation" in legal situations in place of an actual oath. Over the next two decades, numerous Quakers objected to the invocation of God's name in the official affirmation and refused it as they had the oath. In 1715, a bill was under consideration in Parliament to renew indefinitely the Quakers' right to the affirmation. The Quaker authors of the present petition support the bill but ask that it be amended with a revised affirmation that does not include the name of God. ESTC lists copies at four institutions: the British Library, the Library of the Religious Society of Friends, the National Library of Scotland, and Oxford. Smith, A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF FRIENDS' BOOKS, Vol. II, p.265 (listing its imprint at "about 1721").

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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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        The Austrian Netherlands. Les Provinces des Pays-Bas Catholiques ou a most Exact Map of Flanders or Austrian Netherlands etc.

      London: I. & T. Bowles and John King. nd. [1715?]. - Plate size: 1015 x 615mm. Engraved with period outline colour, on two joined sheets, with insets of Luxembourg, part of France, and a large inset fortification plan. Large title cartouche with dedication to “his Grace James Duke of Ormond”, to upper left corner. Notation concerning the Treaty for Settling the Barrier in the Netherlands (1715). Herman Moll (1654-1732) came to London in about 1678 and worked as an engraver for other publishers, such as Moses Pitt, Greenville Collins, John Adair, and Seller & Price, but soon set up his own business publishing atlases and also separate maps of all parts of the world. His work was varied, ranging from miniature maps to large very decorative wall maps. The first maps engraved by Moll in his own right were prepared for the atlas volume accompanying Sir Jonas Moore’s New System Of The Mathematicks, in which he began to develop his characteristic engraving style. Maps in Moll’s large folio atlas, The World Describ’d, are clearly printed with large cartouches enclosing the title and dedication, and often with large vignettes. This atlas, Moll's crowning achievement and a pinnacle of eighteenth-century European cartography, was published in nine British and two pirated Irish editions between 1715 and 1754, and usually comprised thirty large two- sheet maps of all parts of the world. It not only exhibited Moll's engraving skill in its most distinctive form, it also contained some of the best examples of his characteristic and famous map notations. This map of the Austrian Netherlands is identical to that in the Lansdowne copy (dated 1730 containing 28 maps) at the B.L. ( maps c.46.f.12 ), and has a pencil notation of the title and number 22 to the verso. In good original condition, with splits to folds expertly repaired to verso, and one chip to top edge, outside the image area. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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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]

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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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        CANTABRIGIENSIS COMITATUS CAMBRIDGE SHIRE

      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

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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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        Compendiöses Gelehrten-Lexicon, Darinnen die Gelehrten, als Fürsten und Staats-Leute, die in der Literatur erfahren, Theologi, Prediger, Juristen, Politici, Medici, Philologi, Philosophi, Historici, Critici, Linguisten, Physici, Mechanici, Mathematici, Scholastici, Oratores und Poëten, so wohl männ- als weiblichen Geschlechts, welche vom Anfang der Welt grössten theils in gantz Europa biss auf jetzige Zeit gelebet, und sich durch Schrifften oder sonst der gelehrten Welt bekant gemacht, an der Zahl über 20000. nach ihrer Geburth, Absterben, vornehmsten Schrifften, Leben und merckwürdigsten Geschichten, aus denen glaubwürdigsten Scribenten, die man jedesmahl fleissig angemerckt, kurtz und deutlich nach alphabetischer Ordnung beschrieben werde

      Leipzig, Johann Friedrich Gleditsch und Sohn, 1715. - (1. Auflage). 8vo. (XIV)+2682+(6) colums on 1344 pages. With engr. frontispiece. Hardcover. Contemp. full vellum with written title on top of spine. (Tear in foot of spine closed; paper lightly browned, light foxing to first (incl. plate) & last few pages. Overall VG firm copy). [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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        West Indien ende Caribise Eylanden

      Amsterdam 1715 - Louis Renard (fl.c.1702-1707) “West Indien ende Caribise Eylanden” From Atlas de la Navigation et du Commerce Amsterdam: 1715 Hand-colored copperplate engraving; Paper size: 21” x 25 1/4” Louis Renard was born in 1678 to a French Huguenot family. Like many French Huguenots, Renard emigrated to the Netherlands in 1703, and became a book dealer and publisher in Amsterdam. Renard acquired and revised plates previously owned by Frederick de Wit (1630-1706), and in 1715 published his Atlas de la Navigation et du Commerce. The atlas included this highly detailed Portolan map of the West Indies. This beautiful map, with original hand-coloring, depicts the region along eastern seaboard of the United States, starting at Long Island, New York from the north, down along to Florida, the West Indies and South America.

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        Vollständige Anweisung alle Arten von Bürgerlichen Wohn-Häusern wohl anzugeben : Worinnen I. Nicolai Goldmanns Anweisung und zwey Exempel gründlich erkläret/ II. Deren Imitation in sechs unterschiedenen Exempeln gezeiget/ III. Die Application in sechs unterschiedenen auf einerley gantz irregularen Platz eingerichteten Häusern an die Hand gegeben/ Endlich IV. Durch 88. andere Exempel völlig in die Ãœbung gebracht ; Alles aber also ausgeführet wird/ daß er dermahleins das vorhabende vollständige Architectonische Werck mit ausmachen helffe

      Augsburg, Wolff 1715. 33 cm. (16) Seiten mit 15 Kupfertafeln von i. A. Corvin nach Zeichnungen des Verfassers. Festeinband, Halbpergamenteinband - Thieme / Becker 32, 256 - Schlosser, Kunstl. vergleiche 588 - Lotz vergleiche 199 - Erstausgabe. Enthält und a. Erklärungen zu Goldmanns "Anweisung", 6 unterschiedliche Entwürfe eines Wohnhauses unter Vorgabe eines bestimmten Grundstückes. Kupfer mit Häuserfassaden, Grund- und Seitenrissen. Textteil und erste 2 Tafeln mit Wasserrand, Tafeln am Rand fingerfleckig -

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        [Op. 6]. Concerti Grossi [Subtitle]: Con duoi Violini, e Violoncello di Concertino obligati, e duoi altri Violini, Viola, e Basso di Concerto Grosso, ad arbitrio, che li potranno radoppiare... Opera Sesta. XII Great Concertos, or Sonatas, for two Violins and a Violincello: or for two Violins more, a Tenor, and a Thorough Bass: which may be doubled at Pleasure. being the Sixth and last work of Arcangelo Corelli. [Parts]

      London: Printed for I. Walsh... and I. Hare. [1715]. 7 volumes. Folio. Plain paper wrappers. 1f. (frontispiece), 1f. (title), 34; 1f. (title), 33; 1f. (title), 34; 1f. (title), 27; 1f. (title), 27; 1f. (title), 27; 1f. (title), 27 pp. Engraved. With a fine frontispiece portrait of Corelli engraved by Sherwin after Howard. Wrappers slightly chipped and splitting at spine. Some browning and minor staining and foxing; small binder's holes to inner blank margins; early signature to blank upper margin of titles trimmed. Quite a nice set overall. . Second Edition (First English Edition). Scarce. Marx p. 200. Smith-Walsh 466. BUC p. 216 (but with portrait engraving by Van der Gucht after Howard). RISM C3845. "Despite the modest size of his output, comprising six collections of instrumental music and a handful of other authentic works, and its virtual restriction to three genres – solo sonata, trio sonata and concerto – Corelli exercised an unparalleled influence during his lifetime and for a long time afterwards. This influence, which affected form, style and instrumental technique in equal measure, was most closely felt in Italy, and in particular in Rome, where he settled in early manhood, but soon spread beyond local and national confines to become a European phenomenon. As a violinist, teacher of the violin and director of instrumental ensembles Corelli imposed standards of discipline that were unusually strict for their period and helped to lay the groundwork for further progress along the same lines during the 18th century. To Corelli belong equally the distinctions of being the first composer to derive his fame exclusively from instrumental composition, the first to owe his reputation in large part to the activity of music publishers, and the first to produce ‘classic’ instrumental works which were admired and studied long after their idiom became outmoded." Michael Talbot in Grove online

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        THE CASE OF CHARLES LORD BALTEMORE, A MINOR, WITH RELATION TO HIS GOVERNMENT OF MARYLAND [caption title].

      [London? ]. 1715 - Small folio broadsheet. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Antique- style half calf and marbled boards. Some very minor foxing, else near fine. 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' 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 the 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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        Ducatus Leodiensis or, the Topography of the Ancient and Populous Town and Parish of Leedes and Parts Adjacent in the West-Riding of the County of York with the Pedegrees of Many of the Nobility and Gentry and Other Matters Relating to Those Parts

      London: Maurice Atkins, 1715. "To which is added at the request of several Learned Persons, a Catalogue of his MUSAEUM, with the curiosities Natural and Artificial and the Antiquities, particularly the Roman, British, Saxon, Danish, Norman, and Scotch Coins, with Modern Medals. Also a Catalogue of Manuscripts; the various Editions of the Bible, and of Books Published in the Infancy of the Art of Printing. With an Account of some unusual Accidents that have attended some Persons, attempted after the Method of Dr. Plot. First Edition. 2 parts in one. pp xxii, 1-268, [2], 275-628, [12] . Engraved frontis plate of R. Adulphus Thoresby by Vertue, large fold-out engraved map of leeds, double page engraving - "Prospect of Leeds from the Knostrop Road" 8 other double or fold-out engravings plus 2 single page engravings - all correct and in accordance with "Directions for placing the cuts", the fold-out plt at page 165 has a small piece missing. Numerous other engravings within text, a small crests on pages 131 and 182 have been neatly excised, o/w all present and correct. Original boards - worn a with a number of repairs, the leather spine is not contemporary but circa early 19th century. Contents are very good with some toning of the paper and a little age/finger soiling to some page edges. Engraved bookplate of Melville Joseph Hardcastle to front paste-down. A very good copy of the first edition.. First Edition. Full Leather. Very Good. Sm Folio.

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        Ragguaglio della solenne Traslazione del Corpo di S. Leone Magno seguita gli 11. Aprile 1715. nella Basilica Vaticana.

      Gio. Maria Salvioni,, In Roma, 1715 - Cm. 27, pp. (6) 31 (7) 31-83 (1). Frontespizio in rosso e nero con grande vignetta centrale, bei capolettera, testate e finali incisi in rame e due tavole fuori testo. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli in oro su tassello al dorso. Tagli marmorizzati. Un piccolo alone chiaro che interessa la parte alte della prime e ultime carte (per pochi centimetri), peraltro bell'esemplare, genuino ed impresso su carta forte. Rara ed interessante relazione. Non in Ruggieri, Olschki e Cicognara. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The ILIAD Of HOMER. Translated by Mr. Pope.

      Printed by W. Bowyer, for Bernard Lintott, 1715 - 1720, London: - Illustrated with plates & maps. Pope, one of the leading literary figures of early 18th C England, enjoyed social success as well, and could count among his friends such great literary figures as Swift, Gay, and Congreve and 'saw much aristocratic society.' Of his character, the D.N.B. comments 'there is, in fact, no more difficult subject for biography, especially in a compressed form. The truest statement seems to be that he was at bottom, as he represents himself in the epistle to Arbuthnot, a man of really fine nature, affectionate, generous, and independent; unfortunately, the better nature was perverted by the morbid vanity and excessive irritability which led him into his multitudinous subterfuges.' It has been commented that Pope could Ôhardly drink tea without a stratagem.Õ His devotion to literature was unremitting, 'he might have rivalled Chaucer in one century, and Wordsworth in another. As it was, his poetry is the essence of the first half of the eighteenth century.' "Idolatry of classical models was an essential part of the religion of men of letters of the day. Many of them, however, could not read Greek, and the old translations of Chapman, Ogilby, and Hobbes were old-fashioned or feeble in style. Many translations from the classics had been executed by Dryden and his school. But a Homer in modern English was still wanting. Pope's rising fame and his familiarity with the literary and social leaders made him the man for the opportunity. However, the translation must be considered not as a publisher's speculation, but as a kind of national commission given by the elegant society of the time to their representative poet. The first volume, including the first four books of the 'Iliad,' was issued in June 1715. The next three volumes appeared in 1716, 1717, and 1718, the last volume of the 'Iliad,' delayed by ill-health, family troubles, and the preparation of various indexes, appeared in May 1720." Label to vol. 6 chipped. Some wear to spines, and joints tender though bindings overall sound & quite appealing. Minor worming to margins of vols. 1, 3, 5 & 6. Some gatherings a little browned, as often found. Short tear to Vol II ffep. Period pos to front eps. Withal, a Very Good set. Period full paneled calf bindings, with spine labels to vols 1, 5 & 6 only. PO gilt stamped name [I Phelipps Y] to front boards. Folio. 11-1/2" x 7-3/4". All volumes are 1st Folio edition (Griffith 42, 50, 78, 96, 115, 119). 6 volumes. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        "A New and Exact Map of the Dominions of the King of Great Britain on Ye Continent of North America" from The World described; or a New and Correct Sett of Maps

      London, 1715. THE FIRST MAP TO DEMONSTATE THE POTENTIAL COHESION OF THE BRITISH COLONIES IN AMERICA Copper-plate engraving with original hand color: 42" x 25" Reference: Seymour I. Schwartz & Ralph E. Ehrenberg, The Mapping of America (New York, 1980), 135. Herman Moll's "New and Exact Map of the Dominions of the King of Great Britain on Ye Continent of North America" was the first large-scale map to show English developments in North America and the first to show the American postal routes. This particular example is particularly notable for its sumptuous original color, which is of a quality rarely seen in English maps from this period. Moll was one of the most well-known cartographers in England in the generation before Thomas Jefferys came to prominence in the mid-eighteenth century. A native of the Netherlands, he came to England around 1680, settling in London, where he established his own shop in 1689. Moll's style grew increasingly distinctive as his career progressed, and his maps remain noted for their elaborate design and clarity of lettering. He was also known for including numerous legends on his maps that give historical information about the geography, inhabitants and general features of the areas shown. Moll's impressive body of maps and atlases constitute some of the finest examples of early British cartography and a summation of British geographical knowledge at the time. Meticulous and finely engraved, this map includes some of the most thorough and exact detail to grace any eighteenth-century map. It is notable for being among the first and most important cartographic documents relating to Anglo-French disputes over the boundaries separating their respective American colonies. It includes insets of Thomas Nairne's important and early map of South Carolina; the English, French and Indian settlements in the Carolinas; and Charleston Harbor. The most striking feature of Moll's map, however, is the celebrated depiction of Niagara Falls with beavers at work, occupying an inset at the right margin. The view of Niagara Falls, without the beavers, was first published in Utrecht in 1697, as part of Louis Hennepin's "Nouvelle découverte d'un tres grand Pays Situé dans l'Amérique." The following year an English version was printed and, in 1713, Nicholas de Fer, cartographer to the French King, copied Hennepin's view and added the famous beavers on his "Carte de La Mer du Sud & de La Mer du Nord." The imagery was included not just because of its charm but because beaver pelts were a significant part of a highly successful American fur trade - an industry that was used to promote settlement in America. The industrious nature of beavers, moreover, symbolized the notion that control of the land -- and the wealth that resulted -- was brought about by hard work.. Book.

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        A New and Exact Map of the Dominions of the King of Great Britain on ye continent of North America containing Newfoundland, New Scotland, New England, New York, New Jersey, Pensilvania, Maryland, Virginia and Carolina. According to the newest and most exact observations

      Sold by H. Moll over against Deverux Court on the Strand, London 1715 - Rare issue of the famous Beaver map: Stevens & Tree's first state. "One of the first and most important cartographic documents relating to the dispute between France and Great Britain over boundaries separating their respective American colonies . The map was the primary exponent of the British position during the period immediately following the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713" ( Degrees of Latitude). The British colonies according to British claims are outlined in red, with the French outlined in yellow. All territory south of the St. Lawrence River and eastern Great Lakes is shown as British. Numerous notations relating to territorial claims, Indian tribes, the fur trade, and the condition of the land cover the face of the map. This map shows the early eighteenth century postal routes in the British colonies, and is frequently called the first American postal map. There are four insets, including a large map of coastal South Carolina, and a plan of Charleston. At lower left is a map of Florida and the Deep South, which is based on a map by Thomas Nairne, the Indian agent for South Carolina. The most striking feature is the large vignette which gives the map its popular name. It consists of an early view of Niagara Falls, with a colony of beavers at work in the foreground. Pritchard holds that the beaver "was an appropriate image for the North American map for two reasons: the animal's importance to the fur trade, and its industrious nature." Cumming, British Maps pp.6-12; Cumming, Southeast in Early Maps 158; Degrees of Latitude 19; Reinhartz, Herman Moll Geographer pp.18-36; Schwartz and Ehrenberg, Mapping of America pp.138, 144; Stevens and Tree Comparative Cartography , 55 (a, with variant imprint). Copper-engraving, with period outline hand-colouring, on two joined sheets, overall size 41 1/2 x 24 7/8 inches. Expert restoration to the upper left side north of Lake Huron.

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        Fontaine de Latone; Fontaine de l'Encelade dans un des Bosquets des Jardin de Versailles; L'Isle Royale; Fontaine d'Apollon; Bassins de Neptune; L'Arc de Triomphe.

      c.1715. - Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Size: 55 x 43 cm. (21½ x 17 inches). Fine condition, good margins. A set of six magnificent engravings of the Fountains at Versailles: 'Fontaine de Latone.' Artist: Engraved by Scotin, G. A spectacular view of the Latona Fountain at Versailles, as it was in the early eighteenth century, surrounded by citizenry strolling, courting and playing. The fountain was built in 1671 and still is still in existence. 'Fontaine de l'Encelade dans un des Bosquets des Jardin de Versailles.' Artist: Girard. A spectacular view of the 'Fontaine de l'Encelade' at Versailles. The centre fountain has a plume 78 feet high shooting from the mouth of a bronze giant and is surrounded by smaller fountains made from rocks from Mount Ossa and Olympia. The fountain is surrounded by citizenry, strolling, courting and playing. Two lines of text in French below the engraving describe the fountain. 'L'Isle Royale.' Engraved by Fonbonne. Magnificent engraving of L'Isle Royale,a large pond at Versailles, with seven 45 foot fountains. Courtiers stroll, and a procession of hand drawn coaches snake along the walkway surrounding the pond. Elegant statues and manicured trees line the walkway. Four lines of text in French below the engraving describe the seven fountains. 'Fontaine d'Apollon.' Engraved by de Rochefort, P. A spectacular view of the fountain of Apollo at Versailles, as it was in the early eighteenth century, surrounded by citizenry strolling, courting and playing. The main fountain has the figure of Apollo being guided by four horses, surrounded by water bearers. Text below the engraving gives a description and brief history of the fountain. It is still in existence today. 'Bassins de Neptune' Engraved by Daigremont A spectacular view of the Bassin de Neptune at Versailles in the early eighteenth century. Text below the engraving gives a description and brief history of the fountain: 'This grand piece of water is decorated with 22 beautiful vases, designed by Le Brun .' (translation). A fountain erupts from each vase. Six fifty foot fountains, and many smaller fountains adorn this extraordinary water feature, whilst wealthy courtiers amble around it. 'L'Arc de Triomphe.' Engraved by Baquoy, Maurice. A detailed view of the opulent 'L'Arc de Triomphe', a woodland garden of fountains at Versailles in the early eighteenth century. Two lines of text below the engraving give a description and brief history. Numerous courtiers stroll amidst the profusion of fountains and cascades in a forest glade.

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        Opera medico-practica, denuo impressa cum praefatione August Quirinus Rivinus.

      Johann Herbert Kloss,, Leipzig, 1715 - Leipzig, Johann Herbert Kloss, 1715. 4°. 6 S., 1026 (recte 1028) S., 12 n.n. Bl. Index. Restaurierter Lederband mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild, Titel- und Rückenvergoldung. Waller 9598. - Blake 450. - Hirsch V, 686. - Einzige Werkausgabe herausgegeben von Rivinus (siehe Hirsch V, 43). - Timaeus (? -1667) war Arzt des Kurfürsten von Brandenburg. Er hat im 30-jährigen Krieg grosses Ansehen erlangt durch seine Pestbehandlungen der schwedischen Truppen und wurde deswegen von Gustav Adolph geadelt und zum Leibarzt der Königin Maria Leonore bestimmt. Die Schriften sind zum Teil in deutscher Sprache verfasst. Angebunden ist ein gedruckter Nekrolog für Johann Maximilian von Thun, (ohne Ort und Jahr 17 n.n. Bl.). Nekrolog des 1701, 28-jährig verstorbenen Adeligen. - Papier durchgehend gebräunt. Fehlt das gestochene Porträt. Einbandrücken fachgerecht mit altem Material restauriert. - Selten. Sprache: N Restaurierter Lederband mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild, Titel- und Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De morbis acutis infantum. Accessere observationes medicae de morbis aliquot gravioribus, et quaedam de luis venereae origine natura & curatione. Editio nova auctior & accuratior.

      Joh. Fred. Bernard,, Amsterdam, 1715 - Amsterdam, Joh. Fred. Bernard, 1715. 8°. 7 n.n. Bl., 215 S., 8 n.n. S. Pappband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild. Blake 198. - Grulee 646. - Garrison-M. 6321 (für die erste Ausgabe von 1681). - Dritte Ausgabe. Das Buch von Harris (1647-1732) war das pädiatrische Standardwerk für fast ein Jahrhundert. Nach ihm haben die Kinderkrankheiten nur eine einzige Ursache, nämlich die Schärfen, die aus der feuchten Natur des Säuglings entstehen. In unserem Exemplar ohne den meist angebundenen Titel von Vincent Ketalaer, dafür angebunden: Strack, Karl: De crusta lactea infantum. Frankfurt a.M., Andreae, 1779. 61 S. - Blake 436. - Grulee 734. - Der Titel von Harris stellenweise stärker gebräunt. Titel gestempelt. Einband am Rücken fleckig. Sprache: N Pappband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Thomas von Wierings erben, "Die Insul Rügen".

      . dat. 1715, 44 x 33 (H). Nicht bei Drugulin. - Seltener Einblattdruck anläßlich der Schlacht um Rügen im Jahre 1715 entstanden.. Das Blatt zeigt im oberen Teil eine Karte der Insel Rügen mit Darstellung der Schiffsbewegungen zwischen Rügen und Greifswald. darunter 3-spaltiger Typentext mit einem Abriß der Geschichte von Rügen. - Leider am linken Rand Bild- und Textverlust.

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        REFLEXIONS SUR LA PREMOTION PHYSIQUE.

      - Paris, Michel David, 1715, 10x16. Reliure en pleine peau marron. Dos à 5 nerfs, joliment décoré de motifs dorés. Pièce de titre sur maroquin bordeau. Roulette sur les coupes. Bel exemplaire, intérieur frais et sans rousseurs. Mors et coins frottés, sans gravité. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NOUVEAU VOYAGE AUTOUR DU MONDE. Où l'on décrit en particulier l'Isthme de l'Amerique, plusieurs Cötes & Isles des Indes Occidentales, les Isles du Cap Verd, le passage par la Terre del fuego.

      Imp. Jean-Baptiste Machuel. Rouen, 1715 - . 16,5 cm. 5 tomos: (I) [14], 408 pág., 12 h. de índices. (II) SUITE DU VOYAGE AUTOUR DU MONDE avec un Traité des Vents qui régnent dans toute la Zone Torride. [6], 396 pág., 5 h. de índices (sign. [ ]2, A-R12) Ilustr. con un frontis y 6 lám. grabadas. Biblioteca Nacional de Francia BNF 30297333. (III) SUPLEMENT DU VOYAGE AUTOUR DU MONDE contenant una Description d'Achin, ville de Sumatra, du Royaume de Tonquin & autres Places des Indes. [8], 393 pág., 5 h. de índices (sign. [ ]2, e2, A-Q12, R10). Ilustr. con 5 lám. grabadas y 2 mapas plegados, fuera del texto. Biblioteca Nacional de Francia BNF 30297336. (IV) VOYAGE AUX TERRES AUSTRALES, A LA NOUVELLE HOLLANDE, &c. FAIT EN 1699. Où l'on trouve la Description des Isles Canaries, des Isles de Mayo & de S. Iago, de la Baye de Tous les Saints. 20, 381 pág., 6 h. de índices (sign. [ ]4, e6, A-Q12, O6). Ilustr. con 17 lám. grabadas y un mapa plegado, fuera del texto. Una de las láminas presenta restauración de anterior poseedor en el pliegue. (V) VOYAGE AUX TERRES AUSTRALES, A LA NOUVELLE HOLLANDE, &C. [4], 363 pág., 13 h. de índices (sign. [ ]2, A-Q12). Ilustr. con 15 lám. grabadas y 3 mapas plegados, fuera del texto. Todos los vol. con portada a dos tintas con marca tipográfica, viñetas y capitulares xilográficas. Cinco tomos enc. en piel, tejuelo, nervios, lomera cuajada, cortes pintados, marcapáginas. Cerco de antigua humedad en primeras páginas de volumen I. Ex-libris manuscrito de anterior poseedor en todos los volúmenes. Magnífica edición de los diarios del explorador William Dampier (1651-1715), el primer británico en explorar algunas partes de Nueva Holanda (Australia) y el primero en circunnavegar el mundo en tres ocasiones. Considerado el primer historiador natural de Australia, se le define tambén como el mejor explorador-aventurero, a medio camino entre James Cook y sir Walter Raleigh. La primera edición de los diarios del New Voyage Round the World es de 1697 y causó verdadera sensación tras lo cual, en 1699, se le encomendó la exploración de la costa este australiana. Entre ese año y 1701 escribió una crónica de la expedición, A Voyage to New Holland, y se dedicó de nuevo a la piratería, una actividad con la que siempre convivió. Con el estallido de la Guerra de la Independencia española, Dampier sirvió en el barco corsario Duke como responsable de navegación: la expedición amasó una fortuna considerable, pero nuestro hombre falleció en Londres antes de recibir su parte. Personaje controvertido -se le juzgó por crueldad- no puede ponerse en duda que sus observaciones y análisis de la naturaleza tuvieron gran relevancia y ayudaron a Charles Darwin y Alexander voon Humboldt a desarrollar sus teorías. Dampier realizó también algunas innovaciones en el ámbito de la navegación que fueron estudiadas, entre otros, por James Cook. Pero sin duda son sus notas sobre la fauna y flora del noroeste de Australia las que despertaron mayor interés entre los estudiosos. Es, además, autor de un discurso sobre los vientos. Nuestra edición ofrece la compilación de su obra (el Viaje alrededor del mundo, con el suplemento, el Viaje a Australia, el Discurso sobre los vientos.) pero, además, incluye otras obras de interés. Así, en el volumen V encontramos el viaje de Dampier al que se añaden: 1) el viaje del capitán Wood a través el estrecho de Magallanes; 2) el diario de la expedición del capitán Sharp; 3) el viaje alrededor del mundo del capitán Cowley; 4) el viaje por levante de Mr. Robert. La obra se complementa con magníficos grabados que contienen mapas, vistas de ciudades, tipos, flora y fauna de los lugares visitados. La Biblioteca Nacional de Francia sólo recoge los vol. II y III de esta edición. viajes, siglo XVII-XVIII, viajes alrededor del mundo, exploraciones Àsia meridional i el subcontinent indi Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 francés [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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