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2016-02-06 06:46:41
Wise, John
Boston: Reprinted: Sold by Nicholas Boone, at the Sign of the BIBLE in Cornhill, 1715. Testimonial leaf, title-leaf, 116pp. 12mo. Modern calf in period style, over original birch boards, with original wastesheet pastedowns. Minor binding wear, margins trimmed a bit close in places, shaving a few letters and catchwords, small paper repair to upper forecorner of leaf C4, only evident on recto, a bit tanned. Overall very good. With contemporary ownership signature of Samuel Whitwell, an 1802 notation from an Andrew Grimes who bought the book at auction, and a 20th-century bookplate from the Zion Research Library. Second edition, after the virtually unobtainable first New York edition of 1713. The present pamphlet was issued in response to an attempt by the Mathers and others to initiate a movement to establish associations of clergy to exercise functions usually left up to individual churches. Wise has since been called the "first great American democrat," due to his argument that the ultimate power of the churches should rest with the congregation and not with their ministers or an association of ministers. "The People...are the first Subject of Power...a Democracy in Church or State is a very honourable Government." Wise's influential A VINDICATION OF THE GOVERNMENT OF NEW-ENGLAND CHURCHES (Boston, 1717) is the famous statement of his belief in Congregational polity. EVANS 1795 SABIN 104897. HOWES W594, "aa." DAB XX, p.427.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-02-04 11:43:33
Pordage, John:
Frankfurt und Leipzig, Hagen, 1715.3 Bde. (Bd. II in 3 Tln.). Mit gest. Portrait, 3 Kupfertafeln (1 gefalt.) und 10 schematischen Textholzschnitten. 7 Bll., S. (3 - )704, 16 Bll. (d. l. w.); 360, 209, 261 S., 12 Bll.; 874 S., 19 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. mit roten Rückenschildern. Jantz 2016; Brüning 3575. - Vgl. Lowndes 1925 (englisches Original 1683). - Enthält sieben umfangreiche Abhandlungen sowie "important additions and comments by the German translator" (Jantz). - John Pordage (1607 - 1681) gehörte zu den ersten Anhängern Jakob Böhmes in England. Pordage erweiterte Böhmes Theosophie durch eigene Visionen und beeinflusste u. a. Gichtel und den deutschen Pietismus. "Im Wesentlichen ist es der Cabbalismus, welchen Pordage nur unter eigenthümlichen Bildern und in der Sprache der mystischen Verzückung aufstellt, gerade wie man sie in Böhme`s Schrift antrifft" (Jöcher / Adelung VI, 654). Die Kupfer zeigen die Sphären der sichtbaren und unsichtbaren Welt. - Text vollständig, wie bei Vergleichsexemplaren ohne die weißen Bll. )(8 und A1 zu Beginn. - 1 Bl. mit länglichem Ausriss (fehlende Buchstaben von Hand ergänzt und von anderer Hand am Rand wiederholt), ansonsten kaum fleckiges, sehr schönes Exemplar. Bitte um Beachtung: Bis zum 31.01. stellen wir auf der Stuttgarter Antiquariatsmesse aus; der Versand verzögert sich somit bis zum 01.02.2016! Bücher de
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2016-02-03 15:40:24
FER, Nicolas de
Paris, 1715. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 15.5 x 19". This elaborate and striking engraving communicates the geography, culture, and history of the city of Jerusalem. In doing so, it touches on almost all of its medium's 18th century uses, including map, architectural rendering, town plan, and pictorial representation. Its primary component is a floor plan of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre labeled down to the finest detail, encompassing chapels, thrones, columns, decorative mosaics, and sites of relics, among more. An elevation of Holy Tomb fills the space of the rotunda. Three insets surround the plan, their shapes complementing the geometry of the church. They feature a plan of the Temple of Solomon, a plan of the city of Jerusalem, and a Map of the Holy Land. These four renderings, taken together, are furthermore framed by a border of remarkable design. At the top, scenes portray from left to right the crucifixion and the resurrection. On the remaining three sides, the stations of the cross appear along a stone path, with each group of weary cross-bearers described with a unique emotional inflection. De Fer's strategy of filling negative space with a texture of engraved lines not only helps these fine details stand out, it also contributes to the gravity with which they are conveyed. Made while de Fer was the official geographer to Louis, Dauphine of France, it is possible that this work helped him gain the position of official geographer to the Pope in 1720. Nicolas de Fer (1646-1720) was a prolific cartographer, engraver and publisher who took over the fa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-01-31 06:42:28
Rader, Matthäus.
Augsburg, Bencard, 1715. 3 in 1 Bd. 32,5 x 22 cm. 9 Bl., 412 (recte 420) S., 3 Bl., 355 (recte 353) S., 3 Bl., 412 (recte 414) S. Mit 3 gestoch. Titeln, 136 Kupfertafeln, meist von R. Sadeler und mehr. Holzschnitt-Vignetten. Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch., reicher Goldpräg. und Goldschnitt. Vgl. Pfister I, 4303 (nennt nur 129 Kupfer); Lentner 4097; Vgl. De Backer/Sommervogel VI, 1475, 19; Brunet IV, 1085. - Titelauflage der ersten deutschen Ausgabe. - Etwa hundert Jahre nach der lateinischen Ausgabe (1615 - 1627) bringt Rassler hier die Lebensbeschreibungen der Heiligen und Seligen Bayerns in deutscher Sprache. Die prachtvollen Tafeln von R. Sadeler, J. Kilian u.a. zeigen die Heiligen meist in figurenreicher, dramatischer Szene vor landschaftlichem oder klösterlichem Hintergrund. \"Wie stets\" (Lentner) fehlt im zweiten Teil das Kupfer auf S. 201 St. Adalbertus (offenbar zensiert oder nicht fertig geworden). - Vordergelenk angebrochen, stellenweise wenig fleckig. Die Ritualmord-Darstellung auf der S. 323 des zweiten Teils aus einem anderen Exemplar ergänzt und alt montiert. - Dekoratives, prachtvoll gebundenes Exemplar des gesuchten Werkes in sehr gutem Zustand! Versand D: 6,00 EUR Kulturgeschichte, Bayern, Heiligenbilder
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bierl
2016-01-26 14:24:20
[Withall, Benjamin]
[London, 1715. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Some foxing. Very good. A rare political leaflet alleging frauds and abuses by the British Board of Ordnance in 1715, George I's first full year as king. The author, engineer Benjamin Withall, shows that the Office of Ordnance's estimate for land service for 1715, a year of peace, is more than triple that of 1714, the final year of the War of the Spanish Succession. Arguing that the budget should not be much more than one-fifth the present estimate of £170,991, Withall petitions Parliament to allow him to interrogate members of the Board regarding their "strange" and "marvellous" calculation. This 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 lists three copies, at the Goldsmiths' Company, University of London, and Oxford.
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2016-01-25 18:10:57
Quakers]
[London, 1715. 4pp. Printed in two columns. Dbd. Small folio. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Some foxing. Very good. A rare and expansive appeal to Parliament against the 1715 bill to renew the Quakers' right to the "solemn affirmation" in place of the legal oath. In 1696, after experiencing decades of exclusion and imprisonment for conscientiously refusing to take loyalty and court oaths, Quakers were granted the right by an act of Parliament to take a "solemn affirmation" in legal situations in place of an actual oath. In 1715 a bill was under consideration in Parliament to renew that act indefinitely. Significantly longer than most lobbying documents from this time, this petition asks that Parliament only extend the act if the affirmation be made "of no Force where they are concern'd in Interest, but where they only Affirm as Witnesses between others, there being no Temptation for them to Lye, when it brings no Profit to them." Many Quakers by this time had achieved significant prosperity in manufacturing and commerce, adding fuel to their enemies' resentment. The author of this pamphlet charges various Friends with hypocrisy, greed, and swindling, and reprints an earlier petition describing six widows of commanders of two "Guinea ships" allegedly defrauded by Quakers (including one Quaker from Maryland). Not listed in Joseph Smith's BIBLIOTECA ANTI- QUAKERIANA or A DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE OF FRIENDS' BOOKS. ESTC records only one copy, at Oxford, there are also copies at Haverford College.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-01-25 13:57:18
Basnage, Jakob
Amsterdam, Jacob Lindenberg 1715. 3 delen in 1 band, (titelprent met verklaaring, 4, portret, portret, 2, 12) 168, 92, 66 p. Origineel Leer met ribben, sloten en goud op snede, goudbestempeld, Folio (de sloten zijn van latere datum. Zeer fraaie stempelband, rijkelijk gedecoreerd met goudopdruk, de titelprent en de vignetten bij de verklaaring zijn handgekleurd -echter wat flets-, fraai gemarmerde originele schutbladen, met de titelprent, 2 portretten, 2 kaarten, talloze slotgravures en de gravures van Romeyn de Hooge, 94 in het Oude Testament, 95-104 in de Apocriefe Boeken en 105-140 in het Nieuwe Testament. Onder elke gravure staat een 'Dichtkundige Verklaaring' gevolgd door een gedicht van Alewyn. Alewyn was degene die de Franse tekst van Basnage vertaalde en de prenten van gedichten voorzag. Deze achtste druk is opgedragen aan Joh. Trip, van wie een portret is toegevoegd, dit is de enige uitgave met een extra portret.) Poortman, W.C. (1983). Bijbel en Prent. Deel II: Boekzaal van de Nederlandse Bijbels, p. 106-120.
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2016-01-25 13:57:18
Soap]
[London, 1715. 4pp., including printed docket title on p.4. Small folio. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Trimmed close, with loss to docket title. Some foxing. Very good. A rare and detailed petition to Parliament charging that the prohibitively high tariff on imported soap has created a black market for soap imports that is driving domestic soap manufacturers out of business. The decline in domestic soap manufacture, the authors argue, is also having detrimental effects on the commerce and industries it supports, including "the Trades to Russia and the Baltick for Pot-ashes and Clapboards, the Straits for Oyl, New England and Newfoundland for Whale and other Fish Train, and the Fishery on the Coast of the Kingdom...which yields large Quantities of Fish-Oyl." The document also contains an interesting economic history of the soap trade between England and Scotland before unification. The petition is among the earliest examples of commercial lobbying literature, which first began proliferating in the lobby of the House of Commons around the time of the accession of King George I and the British general election of 1715. Rare, with only one recorded copy, at the Goldsmiths' Library at the University of London. GOLDSMITHS 5239. HANSON 2167.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2016-01-21 00:26:43
FROGER, François.
Amsterdam, L'Honoré et Chatelain, 1715. 4 Bl., 227 S. Mit 16 Kupfertafeln (davon 2 mehrf. gefaltet) u. 12 Karten u. Plänen (davon 8 gefaltet). Pappband d. Zeit, berieben, Rücken überklebt u. mit neuem Rückenschild. Bericht über eine französiche Expedition in den Jahren 1695-97, zuerst 1698 erschienen. Das kleine Geschwader unter dem Kommando von Kapitän Jean-Baptiste de Gennes segelte zunächst entlang der afrikanischen Küste, wo u.a. ein erfolgreicher Angriff auf ein britisches Fort am Gambia unternommen wurde, und wandte sich dann nach Südamerika. Hier wurden u.a. Ascension Island, Rio de Janeiro, Cape Virgines und Tierra del Fuego angelaufen. Alle Versuche, in den Pazifik vorzustoßen, scheiterten jedoch. Daraufhin machte der Verband kehrt, segelte nach Cape Frio, Bahia de Todos os Santos, Cayenne, dann an den Inseln unter und über dem Wind vorbei zurück nach La Rochelle. François Froger hatte als Kartograph und Ingenieur an der Reise teilgenommen. Seine kartographischen Aufnahmen werden für ihre Genauigkeit gelobt. Von besonderem Interesse sind seine ethnographischen und naturhistorischen Mitteilungen über Brasilien, wo er u.a. noch Gelegenheit hatte, Patagonier zu beobachten. - Die beiden mehrfach gefalteten Tafeln mit Ansichten von Rio de Janeiro und Salvador de Bahia.- Sabin 26003; vgl. Borba de Moraes 333. - Leicht gebräunt, alter Stempel Titel verso. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip [Berlin, Germany]
2016-01-20 15:16:05
Pordage, John:
Frankfurt und Leipzig, Hagen, 1715.. 3 Bde. (Bd. II in 3 Tln.). Mit gest. Portrait, 3 Kupfertafeln (1 gefalt.) und 10 schematischen Textholzschnitten. 7 Bll., S. (3-)704, 16 Bll. (d. l. w.); 360, 209, 261 S., 12 Bll.; 874 S., 19 Bll. Prgt. d. Zt. mit roten Rückenschildern. Jantz 2016; Brüning 3575. - Vgl. Lowndes 1925 (englisches Original 1683). - Enthält sieben umfangreiche Abhandlungen sowie "important additions and comments by the German translator" (Jantz). - John Pordage (1607-1681) gehörte zu den ersten Anhängern Jakob Böhmes in England. Pordage erweiterte Böhmes Theosophie durch eigene Visionen und beeinflusste u. a. Gichtel und den deutschen Pietismus. "Im Wesentlichen ist es der Cabbalismus, welchen Pordage nur unter eigenthümlichen Bildern und in der Sprache der mystischen Verzückung aufstellt, gerade wie man sie in Böhme`s Schrift antrifft" (Jöcher/Adelung VI, 654). Die Kupfer zeigen die Sphären der sichtbaren und unsichtbaren Welt. - Text vollständig, wie bei Vergleichsexemplaren ohne die weißen Bll. )(8 und A1 zu Beginn. - 1 Bl. mit länglichem Ausriss (fehlende Buchstaben von Hand ergänzt und von anderer Hand am Rand wiederholt), ansonsten kaum fleckiges, sehr schönes Exemplar.
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2016-01-11 22:18:08
Holyoke, Edward
Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green, for the booksellers and sold at their shops, 1715. [16]pp., including a single woodcut anatomical illustration with astrological references on p.[2]. Dbd. Contemporary ownership inscription of "Abraham Harding" on p.[8]. Moderately age-toned and soiled. Edges worn. A very good copy. A rare early 18th-century New England almanac by Edward Holyoke, who issued a series of almanacs published in Boston between 1711 and 1716. In addition to the calendar for the year, this ALMANACK OF THE COELESTIAL MOTIONS, ASPECTS, AND ECLIPSES includes two pages describing the eclipses of the year. The final page includes reference to the coronation of King George I in September 1714: "King George was proclaimed at Boston in New England, upon Wednesday, September 22, 1714, with great joy, which was very much increased, and our illuminations enlightened by the plentiful, refreshing rain with which God was Pleas'd to bless the night following after a long distressing drought...Night's showers crown the pomp of night and day. King George as Rain on mown grass, come away!" All of the Holyoke almanacs are rare. NAIP records five copies of this 1715 almanac, Drake notes one of these as imperfect. EVANS 1680. DRAKE 2964. NAIP w022962.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [U.S.A.]
2016-01-10 19:52:19
[Massachusetts]
[Boston, 1715. Printed broadside form, 9 1/4 x 14 inches, on a large folded sheet, completed in manuscript and with a seal affixed. Age-toned at edges. A bit wrinkled, some old folds. A few small holes and splits, but no loss of text. About very good. Archivally matted and protected with a mylar sheet. A colonial military commission, signed in manuscript by William Tailer, lieutenant governor and commander in chief of the colony of Massachusetts-Bay. By this commission Tailer makes Samuel Leonard an ensign in the company of Massachusetts militia commanded by Nathaniel Byfield, the noted jurist and historian of colonial New England. One James Leonard, possibly Samuel's father or brother, is noted as being a captain in the same company. The commission is completed in manuscript and co-signed by Tailer's secretary, Samuel Woodward. An attractive colonial military commission, and a rare early printed broadside.
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2016-01-05 20:43:41
Jacob, Giles
1715. Uncommon Conveyancing Treatise by Giles Jacob Jacob, Giles [1686-1744]. The Accomplish'd Conveyancer. Volume I: Second Edition, Corrected; With Additions. London: Printed by E. and R. Nutt, 1726. Volume II: Second Edition, Corrected; With Additions. London: Printed by E. and R. Nutt, 1732. Volume III: [First edition]. London: Printed by T. Nutt, 1715. Complete set in three (uniformly bound) volumes. viii, 534, [18]; [ii], 611, [19]; [iv], 526, [30] pp. Volume I and III have one-page publisher advertisements. Octavo (7-3/4" x 4-3/4"). Contemporary calf, expertly rebacked retaining original spines with raised bands, blind frames and fillets to boards, hinges mended. Light rubbing to boards, some wear to board edges, moderate rubbing to spines, corners bumped. Faint offsetting to preliminaries and final leaves, light toning to interiors. An appealing copy of an uncommon title. $1,500. * This compilation is the fullest discussion of common-law conveyancing published during the early eighteenth century. It contains an abridgment of the relevant laws, forms, definitions, leading cases and precedents. Like his New Law-Dictionary (1729), this book was published for a mixed audience of practitioners and laymen. Its final two editions, the third and fourth, were published in 1736 and 1750. English Short-Title Catalogue N14966, T137003.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
2016-01-04 20:07:21
DAMPIER, Guillaume
Robert Machuel le jeune, Rouen 1715 - Plein veau marbré de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs orné et doré portant les pièces de titre et de tomaison, tranches rouges, gardes en papier marbré. Cinq volumes in-12 (163x92 mm), (12)-408-(23)-(1 bl.) / (4)-396-(10) / (8)-393-(10)-(1 bl.) / 20-309-(15) / (4)-363-(25) pages, trois frontispices et 62 planches Coiffes restaurées, pièce de tomaison du dernier volume renouvellée Rousseurs Première édition à inclure les voyages de Cowley, Shap et Wood. Grand navigateur, Dampier a effectué deux tours du monde et a été le premier Anglais à mettre le pied sur les côtes australiennes. Son ouvrage renferme notamment une longue description des Terres australes et de la Nouvelle Hollande, un traité sur les vents, marées et courants (considéré comme un des meilleurs sur le sujet à l'époque). ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full mottled calf, spine gilt in six compartments, title and volume number in gilt on lettering-pieces, red edges, marbled endpapers. Five 12mo (163x92 mm), (12)-408-(24) / (6)-396-(10) / (8)-393-(11) / 20-381-(15) / (4)-363-(25) pages, three frontispieces and 62 plates Caps repaired, lettering piece of last volume renewed Foxing First collected edition of Dampier in any language to include the related accounts of Cowley, Sharp and Wood. In 12 / 12mo 1572g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens
2015-12-28 14:18:41
RÜGEN:
- mit altem Flächenkolorit, um 1715, 48 x 57,5 Seltene Rügenkarte. Oben links die Titelkartusche, unten links Erklärungen. Die Karte zeigt Rügen und grosse Teile Vorpommerns. ( Im Westen Ribnitz - Damgarten -- Im Osten die Insel Usedom. ). Die Halbinsel Zingst ist als Insel dargestellt. - Allseitig knapparndig.
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2015-12-21 14:41:47
[SAINT Clare, Sir James]:
[London. 1715].. Small folio broadsheet. [1]p. Printed docket title on verso. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Minor foxing. Very good. An unrecorded British petitionary leaflet protesting the recent election of the young Sir Robert Gordon to Parliament for Caithness in Scotland. The petitioner, Sir James St. Clare (or Sinclair), lost to Gordon in the February election and argues here that his opponent was not a valid candidate, being "an Infant, not Nineteen Years of Age," and unable to prove any land holdings in Caithness that would qualify him to be elected. St. Clare notes that he traveled "Five Hundred Miles to make good this his just Complaint." He was evidently rebuffed, however, as Gordon would serve as MP for Caithness from 1715 to 1722. Sir Robert Gordon (1696- 1772) was the 4th Baronet of Letterfourie, Sutherland. This extremely rare document is among the first examples of lobbying literature, which first began proliferating in the lobby of the House of Commons following the accession of King George I in 1714 and the Whig Party's massive victories in the elections of 1715.
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2015-12-18 07:50:14
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. Dorset, anno 1715, map van Keulen Coppermap, edited by van Keulen, Amsterdam, anno 1715, size of the leaf: 61x74 cm., printed on thick paper, no cracs, good condition. Showin the coast of Dorset with Poole and Weymouth, text in dutch and english lanquage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-12-18 07:50:14
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. Cornwall, Westcoast, anno 1715, J.van Keulen, map Coppermap, edited by J. van Keulen, "Nieuwe Paskaert vande Verkeerde Canael of de Kust van Engelant.", size: 510x580 mm., good condition, only little brownish. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-12-16 21:05:01
Beaumont, Francis]
[London, 1715. Small folio broadsheet. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Ornamental border and initial. Dbd. Two contemporary manuscript corrections. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Small portion of inner margin excised, with no loss to text. Mild foxing. Very good. A rare document lobbying Parliament for payment to Francis Beaumont, who supplied British troops in Flanders with fodder during the War of the Spanish Succession in 1711 and 1712. Beaumont had contracted with the Duke of Marlborough to provide the forage with the understanding that he would receive an advance payment before the winter of 1711 and the remaining payment due one month after delivery. Although he never received the advance payment, Beaumont still provided the forage, yet still had not received any payment three years after the fact. As a result, Beaumont, "as well as many more families in Holland, Flanders and Brabant," were left in crippling debt and faced ruin. An early example of lobbying literature, which first began proliferating in the lobby of the House of Commons at the time of the accession of King George I and the British general election of 1715. Rare, with ESTC and Hanson recording only one copy, at Oxford. HANSON 2159.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2015-12-16 19:53:31
(Gaupp, Johannes):
Augsburg, Brechenmacher (1715). Mit 2 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. 24 S. Pappband im Stil d. Zt. 19 x 15 cm. Poggendorff I, 853; Zinner, Instrumente 319. - Die erste Tafel zeigt eine Karte mit Verlauf der Sonnenfinsternis des 3. 5. 1715 von Europa bis Nordamerika, die zweite Tafel mit Darstellung der Ausprägung der Korona an 64 europäischen Orten. - Sehr knapp beschnitten, am Titel unter Wegfall des Druckjahrs. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
2015-12-16 19:53:31
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715 - We offer an original copperengraving, edited by Johannes van Keulen, anno 1715, "NOVA ET ACCURATA WOLGAE FLUMINIS, olim RHA dicti DELINEATIO Auctore Adamo Oleario.", printed on thick paper, size of the leaf: 53x60 cm. little brownish, the below centerfold more. Very scarce map of the River Volga in Russia. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2015-12-15 16:57:27
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. Coppermap, edited by J. van Keulen, approx. anno 1715, size of the map: 53x59 cm., printed on thick paper, little brownish, scarce map of Gibraltar, edited by van Keulen. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-12-15 16:57:27
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. Channel/Dover/Calais, anno 1715 J.van Keulen map Channel/Dover/Calais, anno 1715 J.van Keulen map Coppermap, edited by J. van Keulen, anno 1715, printed on thick paper, good image, wide margins, size of the leaf: 62x74 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-12-15 13:59:48
British Elections]
[Leicester, 1715. 10pp. Dbd. Early stab holes in left margin. Mild foxing. Very good, untrimmed and unopened. A fascinating political pamphlet relating to charges of fraud, intimidation, and violence in the Leicestershire election of February 1714. The author of the pamphlet rebuts recent charges made in the "Flying Posts and other printed News Papers" that William Baresby, Under-Sheriff and overseer of the election, was attacked by partisans of the two winning candidates, attacked and forced from the polling station, and sent fleeing with a bounty on his head. It is responded that numerous witnesses can verify that no such violence occurred and that Baresby, in fact, had attempted to commit voting fraud in favor of his friends, George Ashby and Thomas Bird, who were overwhelmingly losing (and ultimately lost) to the baronets Sir Thomas Cave and Sir Jeffrey Palmer. Baresby's injuries, further, are said to have been caused by a drunken night at a pub: after cordially drinking wine with the baronets, Baresby "left the Court, and went to a Publick House hard by, call'd the Round-Head's Inn, with some of his Friends, he Supt there, and drank plentifully of strong Ale, and was very merry; and a young Woman Daughter of the Mistress of the House, coming about her occasions to the Kitchen Fire, where he was Drinking, he fell to Kissing her very eagerly, and in that action (not regarding the Fire that was near him) burnt his Coat...and it is Credibly reported in the Country, that this burnt Coat has been shewn, as a Proof of the Dangers and Sufferings he underwent, for faithfully … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2015-12-15 10:53:37
DEFOEIANA. ANONYMOUS.
Printed for A. Bell in Cornhil. 1715 [4], 192, 225-400pp. 8vo. Pages 380-381 misnumbered 376-377. Original paper flaw to B1 without loss of text, old stain to leading edge pages 225-244, some occasional sl. dusting to fore-edges & titlepage. Contemporary panelled calf, raised bands, red morocco label. From the Library of Invercauld Castle, Braemar, with signature of Robert Comvie on titlepage, again on inner front board, and a note of the purchase price '2 shill' on front endpaper.ESTC T65952. Sometimes attributed to Daniel Defoe (Lee, Trent, Hutchins, Moore, Novak), but the attribution is disputed by Furbank and Owens, Defoe De-attributions.
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books [UK]
2015-12-13 10:54:06
Hohberg, Wolfgang Helmhard:
Nürnberg : Endter 1715 - [3] Bl., 608 S., [15] Bl., 378 S., [14] Bl., 110 S., [3] Bl. : Kupfert., Druckerm. (Holzschn.), zahlr. Ill. (Kupferst.). Titelbl. in Rot- und Schwarzdr. Es fehlen die Seiten 101 - 108. Hohberg (1612 - 1688 ), holte als kaiserlicher Hauptmann 1632-41 die versäumte Schulbildung nach und eignete sich alte und neue Sprachen an. 1641 quittierte er den Dienst, übernahm das väterliche Gut Süßenbach und erwarb und pachtete in den folgenden Jahren weitere Ländereien. Mitte der sechziger Jahre übersiedelte er wirtschaftlicher Schwierigkeiten und konfessioneller Beschränkungen wegen nach Regensburg, wo er bis zu seinem Lebensende vermutlich in einer österr. protestantischen Kolonie lebte. Bereits in Österreich schloß er sich einem Kreis von Literaten, darunter Hans Wilhelm von Stubenberg, Georg Adam von Kuefstein und Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg an; 1652 wurde er in die "Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft" in Weimar aufgenommen. H. schrieb Lieder, Gedichte und Versepen. Sein Hauptwerk Georgica Curiosa [.] (1682, (6)1749) ist ein Lehrbuch der Haus- und Landwirtschaft, das auch Wissen aus den Gebieten Pädagogik, Human- und Tiermedizin, Zoologie und Botanik vermittelt. (DBE) Vgl. Dünnhaupt 10.5 und 10.6.; Kress 2958; Weiss 1661; Lipperheide Pc 4; Lindner 11.0985.01. Der zweite von insgesamt 3 Bänden. Das berühmte Hauptwerk von Wolf Helmhardt von Hohberg, des 1612 auf Schloß Lengenfeld geborenen, 1688 im Exil in Regensburg gestorbenen protestantischen Landadeligen, der von 1641 bis 1660 als kleiner Grundherr auf seinen Waldviertler Gütern Süßenbach und Oberthumerit … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-12-07 19:54:37
Fontaine, Jean de La und Diverse Autoren:
Augsburg, Andreas Maschenbauer für Johann Ulrich Krauss, 1715. Erstauflage, EA 52, 29 S. 8°, kartoniert Kupferstiche, Text zweispaltig - zweisprachig Deutsch - Französisch, Einband stärker berieben, Buchrücken beschädigt, durchgehend stockfleckig, sonst guter Zustand Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchseite
2015-12-06 23:13:04
NORWEGEN (Norway):
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Frederick de Wit aus Atlas de la Navigation, et du Commerce qui se fait dans toutes les parties du monde. . b. Louis Renard in Amsterdam, 1715, 49 x 56,5 Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. IV (Maritime Atlases), Ren 1, Nr. 6. - Seekarte. - Zeigt den vollständigen Küstenstreifen Norwegens bis Trondheim. - Im Kartenhimmel große fig. Kartusche. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
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2015-12-04 04:35:14
Maine]
[London, 1715. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Small folio. Antique-style three-quarter calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, leather label. Ornamental upper border. Minor foxing. Very good. A rare and early petition relating to British settlement in the eastern part of present-day Maine. The authors refer to petitioning "his Majesty in Council, on the 6th Day of December last, for having a Colony settled between New England and Nova Scotia" with "over one thousand disbanded men" and to be funded with the proceeds of a proposed coinage operation. The only copy of this document listed by OCLC and ESTC is at the New-York Historical Society, which estimates merely that the document was printed during the 1700s. The historical context, the text cited above, and discovery of this broadsheet among similar petitions dating almost exclusively to 1714 and 1715, however, make 1715 an extremely likely date of printing. In the Treaty of Utrecht (1713) the French ceded the land east of the Kennebec River (presumably the area in question here) to the British; this event and the reference to "disbanded soldiers" suggest that the War of the Spanish Succession had recently ended, which it finally did in 1714. George I succeeded Queen Anne in late 1714, meaning that the petitioning of "December last" could not have been earlier than that year. With the new monarchy and a major upheaval in the House of Commons following the general election of 1715, petitionary literature distributed in the lobby of Parliament surged, with this document almost certainly among the examples from … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-12-03 15:34:01
DÄNEMARK (Denmark) - SCHWEDEN (Sweden):
Kolorierter Kupferstich v. Claes Jansz Vooght b. Johannes van Keulen in Amsterdam, um 1715, 51,5 x 92,5 Nicht bei Jäger, Die Insel Rügen auf alten Karten; Koeman , Atlantes Neerlandici, part IV, p. 390, item 184. - Seekarte des Gebietes zwischen Jütland, Seeland und der schwedischen Küste bis Götheburg. - A fine sea chart of the Skagerrak with Jutland's east coast, the northernmost part of Seeland and the coast of Sweden from Landskrona until Gotenburg. - Am rechten Rand 8 weitere Seekarten (Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. IV, S. 322, Keu 52) - Die Seekarten zeigen 8 verschiedene Detailkarten auf einem Blatt: Kopenhagen u. die beiden Inseln Amager und Saltholm; die Wismarer Bucht mit der Insel Poel; Usedom mit der Grafschaft Wolgast u. dem Greifswalder Bodden, Strela-Bodden zwischen Stralsund und Rügen; Karlskrona mit der Sorhamnsudde; Karlshamn mit der Ostseeküste; Göteborg mit der Ostseeküste sowie Marstrand mit den umliegenden Inseln. - Alle Detailkarten (ca. 13 x 14,5 cm) mit Kompaßrose u. Meilenzeiger. - Seltene Karte!
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2015-12-01 14:58:40
NORTHEASTCOAST (Ostküste) / USA:
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Frederick de Wit aus Atlas de la Navigation b. Louis Renard in Amsterdam, 1715, 48 x 57 Koeman, C. (Atlantes) IV, Ren 1, 26; McCorkle, B.B. (New England) 675.9 (De Wit edition, but with note about later Renard issue). Extends from Newfoundland and the St Lawrence River to the area near San Salvador, Brazil, including the eastern Caribbean, from Hispaniola eastward. - Nice detail along the Atlantic Coast, includes Lange (Long) Island, Manathans (Manhattan) Island, Nieu Amsterdam, Staaten Island, Zuydt (East) River, and similar detail around Cape Cod and New England Coastline. - Nice detail in the eastern Caribbean. Excellent detail on the South American coastline, especially the mouth of the Amazon. - Two allegorical cartouches, sea battles and compass roses. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
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2015-11-29 11:07:17
Mir Khvand, Muhammad ibn Khavandshah / Turan Shah ibn Qutb al-Din / Stevens, John (transl.).
London, Jonas Brown, 1715. - 8vo. (16), 416 pp. Bound without the frontispiece as usual. Handsomely rebound in period style blind tooled full panelled calf, intricate gilt decorations, raised bands with gilt compartments and gilt lettered title label to spine, marbled endpapers. First edition in English. "A translation, with additions, of Pedro Teixeira’s ’Relaciones [.] d’el origen [.] de los reyes de Persia, [.]’, first published in 1610, and itself compiled from the histories of Mir Khwand and Turan Shah. The text is continuous despite pagination" (ESTC). Several additions from more recent writers bring Mirkhood’s history up to date. - Some light browning, otherwise an attractive copy. Goldsmiths’ 5195. Wilson 216. Cox I, 251. ESTC T92864. OCLC 222794814. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2015-11-28 22:04:13
Keith, George
London: Printed by G. Parker, 1715. 16pp. Dbd. Early stab holes in left margin, slightly affecting a few characters of text. Near fine, untrimmed. An unrecorded edition of a significant anti-Quaker polemic by George Keith, including a copy of George Fox's will, with Keith's commentary, not seen in other editions. George Keith (1639?-1716) was an early and important convert to Quakerism, who began an attempt to reform the Friends in the early 1690s during an extended sojourn in America. After a famous controversy in Philadelphia that led to his disownment by the Friends on both sides of the Atlantic, Keith returned to England, entered the Anglican church in 1700, and, following his ordination in 1702 he traveled, worked, and wrote as an Anglican missionary and parish priest for the remainder of his life. In 1700, Keith published a large broadside about the Quakers and their departure from several central Christian doctrines, entitled A SERIOUS CALL TO THE QUAKERS INVITING THEM TO RETURN TO CHRISTIANITY.... The broadside was followed by several editions of the same text, with various additions and corrections, over the next decade, with printings in London, Dublin, and Boston. The present edition, which bears no date, prints the full text of the 1706 edition (reprinted in Boston in 1709) together with the Last Will and Testament of George Fox, the founder of Quakerism. Fox's will, not present in previous editions, is printed here in fraktur and is followed by Keith's comments: "By this Will, This Imposter appears to be the Greatest Cheat that ever was on the foot of Lea … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-25 22:02:15
[Tobacco and Wine]
[London, 1715. Broadsheet, 12 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Upper margin trimmed close, with slight loss to first line of text. Two-inch closed tear in body of text. Small portion of inner margin excised, with no loss to text. Minor foxing. Overall very good. An early political leaflet petitioning on behalf of tobacco and wine merchants for relief from interest on duties owed during the War of the Spanish Succession. The document is among the earliest examples of commercial lobbying literature, which first began proliferating during the major changes in British government in the mid- 1710s. ESTC records only two copies, at the British Library and Harvard. HANSON 2065.
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2015-11-25 22:02:15
War of the Spanish Succession]
[London, 1715. Small folio broadsheet. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Ornamental initial. Dbd. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Mild foxing. Very good. A petition to Parliament by the officers of Lieutenant General George Hamilton's Regiment of Foot, seeking pay due for services abroad in the War of Spanish Succession. Lord George Douglas-Hamilton (1666-1737), was a Scottish Williamite officer during the Glorious Revolution who later married William III's mistress, Elizabeth Villiers, became a confidant of William, was created Earl of Orkney in 1696, was appointed Governor of Virginia in 1714, and in 1736 was the first British general promoted to the rank of Field Marshal. In 1701, at the beginning of the War of the Spanish Succession, Hamilton led the First Regiment of Foot (the Royal Scots) to the Netherlands, where the regiment fought for the remainder of the war. Despite their long service and the high position of Hamilton, the officers suggest in the present petition that, having been so long overseas, they had been forgotten by the British government and charge that they had not received their pay, even after frequent petitions. The document is an early example of lobbying literature, which first began proliferating in the lobby of the House of Commons at the time of the accession of King George I and the British general election of 1715. ESTC records four copies, two at the British Library, one at Oxford, and one at the National Library of Scotland.
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2015-11-25 12:59:20
Timaeus, Balthasar von Güldenklee:
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: lateinisch / latin. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2015-11-24 22:42:00
Burke, John]
[London, 1715. Small folio broadsheet. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Dbd. Early stab holes in left margin. Moderately soiled and foxed. Else very good. A petition to Parliament by Montagu Venables-Bertie, Earl of Abingdon, and Robert Shirley, Earl Ferrers, the guardians of the children of John Burke, 9th Earl of Clanricarde. Burke had fought in Ireland in the army of James II against William of Orange and was taken prisoner at the Battle of Aughrim in 1691. His estates in Ireland were forfeited and his children given to the care of the Earl of Abingdon and Earl Ferrers with instructions that they receive a Protestant education. After Burke was acquitted by an act of Parliament in 1701 and restored to his estates, the taxes that had accrued on his property hindered the flow of payments the English lords required for the care and education of his children. In the present document those lords seek a sale of Burke's lands to fund a situation "whereby the younger Sons of the Earl will be educated in the Protestant Religion, the old Incumbrances which Papists have upon the Estate will be discharged, and the Protestant Interest strengthened." An early example of lobbying literature, which first began proliferating in the lobby of the House of Commons at the time of the accession of King George I and the British general election of 1715. Rare, with ESTC recording only one copy, at Oxford.
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2015-11-23 17:39:54
Calvert, Charles Lord Baltimore]
[London, 1715. Small folio broadsheet. Printed docket title on verso. Antique-style three-quarter calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, leather label. 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 co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2015-11-19 21:42:45
Anon. Paris: J. Chereau, [circa 1765]. Copper engraving with full original colour (Very Good, some small tears and toning in margins, printer’s crease in upper left corner, some old tack marks to corners, excellent original colour), 30.5 x 46 cm (12 x 18 inches).
This attractive, separately issued view captures Bombay Fort from the waters of the harbour, being a westward-oriented perspective. The Fort, located near the southern tip of Bombay Island, was then the centre of operations of the British East India Company (EIC) in Western India. Along the shore on the right, is the complex of Bombay Castle, rebuilt in 1715; near the centre is the Royal Custom House; while in the centre background is St. Thomas Church, completed in 1718. Many ships ply the harbour, which was the busiest in India. From the naked eye, some of the aspects of the view appear to be out of perspective. This is intentional, as the work is a vue d’optique, intended to be viewed with the help of a camera obscura, so rationalizing the perspective. Overall, however, the view has a great deal of verisimilitude to reality. Historical Background The Portuguese acquired the islands of Bombay from the Sultan of Gujarat pursuant to the Treaty of Bassein (1534). Called ‘Bombaim,’ it was overshadowed by nearby Goa, although the Portuguese recognized the importance of Bombay’s excellent natural harbour. Several Franciscan and Jesuit institutions were established and the city was protected by the Bombay Castle (also called the Casa da Orta), the Castelo da Aguada and the Madh Fort. In 1661, the Island of Bombay (actually comprised of the ‘Seven Islands of Bombay’) was given to England as part of the dowry for the Portuguese Infanta Catherine of Braganza’s marriage to Charles II. In 1668, Bombay was leased to the East India Company. The colony thrived under the leadership of Ge … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-19 21:42:45
Anon. Paris: J. Chereau, [circa 1765]. Copper engraving with full original colour (Very Good, some small tears and toning in margins, printer’s crease in upper left corner, some old tack marks to corners, excellent original colour), 30.5 x 46 cm (12 x 18 inches).
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2015-11-18 10:50:23
EUROPA (Europe):
- Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Frederick de Wit aus Atlas de la Navigation, et du Commerce qui se fait dans toutes les parties du monde. . b. Louis Renard in Amsterdam, 1715, 49 x 89 Koeman, C. (Atlantes) Ren 1. - Rare sea-chart from Europe with decorative cartouches and Inset from the Mediterranean Sea. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)
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2015-11-14 06:12:58
NORTH, Roger.]
London: printed for E. Curll, , 1715. By way of debitor and creditor, commonly called merchants accompts; And Applying the Same to the Concerns of the Nobility and Gentry of England. Shewing, I. The great Advantage of Gentlemen's keeping their own Accompts; with Directions to Persons of Quality and Fortune. II. The Ruin that attends Men of Estates, by Neglect of Accompts. III. The Usefulness of the Knowledge of Accompts, to such as are any way employed in the Publick Affairs of the Nation. IV. Of Banks, Stocks, &c. with a Detection of the Frauds of Stock-Jobbing. V. A short and easy Vocabulary of certain Words, that in the Language of Accompting take a particular Meaning. By a person of honour. The second edition. Octavo (160 x 96 mm), pp. [2], v, [1] + 4pp. advertisements, 233, [7, contents]. Modern panelled sheep, antique style, spine blind-stamped in compartments. Folding table at p. 54. Ownership inscription "Samuel Bunting" dated 1723 at head of title. Advertisement leaves misbound. Some spotting and the odd rust spot, lightly toned; a very good copy. Second edition, first published in 1714, by the youngest son of Sir Dudley North. The style of North's discourse sets it apart from other literature of the period, being amusing and entertaining but nevertheless intelligent and informative. "North begins his work by explaining that through accidents he had discovered 'the wonderful virtue of a Regular Accompt' and as a result fallen in love with accounts … North does not present bookkeeping as an easy subject to master and he stresses that it is practice rather than lea … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-07 22:08:48
Berlin: Bey Joh. Andreas Rüdigern privil. Buchhändler, 1715. 935 Seiten, Fadenheftung, Format 10 x 16,4 cm, Ganz-Pergament-Einband der Zeit. * Vor dem Titelblatt des ersten Teils eine gestochene Tafel. Jeder Teil mit eigenem Titelblatt, trotzdem eine fortlaufende Seitenzählung. Die Titelblätter wurden teils bei der Seiten-Nummerierung mitgezählt, teilweise auch nicht. Von daher egeben sich bei der Nummerierung kleine Lücken. Die auf der Rückseite des Titelblatts für den 6. Teil angesprochene "Inliegende Land=Tafel" wurde nicht mit eingebunden. Erhaltung: Keine Mängel. Buchblock und Einband sind fest zusammen, die längere Schnittkante ist wohlgerundet. Der Buchblock absolut fleckenlos. Der Pergament-Einband ohne Einrisse oder andere Beschädigungen. Insgesamt ein sehr gutes und frisches Exemplar. Der einzige Mangel (aber kein echter): Die fliegenden Vorsätze haben sich gelöst, waren wohl zu schwach angeleimt. Ich empfehle aber, sie nicht wieder anleimen, da sich dadurch interessante Einblicke in die handwerkliche Struktur u. Machart des Einbands ergeben. Dessen ungeachtet ist der Einband so gut und solide gearbeitet, daß er auch ohne diese Verleimung ganz genau so stabil dasteht. Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Kunze, Gernot, Versandantiquariat [Falkensee, Germany]
2015-11-05 22:35:19
Bondeni, Vincenzo
1715. Complicated Legal Points Bondeni, Vincenzo [1630-1704]. Miscellaneum Juridicum in Plura Documenta Distributum, Novis Additionibus ad Ejus Legales Colluctationes, Et Sacrae Rotae Romanae Decisionibus Peculiari Nota Recenter Adauctis, Uberrime Ornatum. Nec non Copiosissimo Indice Argumentorum, & Rerum Notabilium, Tam Documentorum, Quam Decisionum, & Additionum Elaborate Completum. Mantua: Ex Typographia Sancti Benedicti, Sumptibus Alberti Pazzoni, 1715. [xviii], 342, [2]; xii, 314 pp. Two volumes in one, each with title page and individual pagination. The second volume is titled Decisiones Sacrae Rotae Romanae Peculiaribus Notis Ornatae. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (14" x 9"). Contemporary vellum, raised bands and early hand-lettered title to spine. Light rubbing, some staining to fore-edge of front board, some small chips and worm holes to joints and spine bands, corners bumped, boards slightly bowed, a few worm holes to joints, heavier worming to corners of preliminaries, bottom margins of a few following leaves, and fore-edges of rear endleaves, first gathering after front free endpaper a bit loose. Title page of Volume I printed in red and black, copperplate vignette at head of dedication, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, some leaves have light foxing, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. * Only edition. Bondena was a member of the Mantuan Senate and a member of Mantua's princely court. The first volume of his Miscellaneum Juridicum is a collection of 84 brief s … [Click Below for Full Description]
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