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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)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
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!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
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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)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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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]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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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]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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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.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
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]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Zürich, Switzerland]
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.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
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]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor [München, Germany]
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).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor [München, Germany]
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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)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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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]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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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2015-11-03 15:22:58
BENSON, Willliam
London, 1715. Broadsheet, 13½ x 10 inches. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Disbound. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Small portion of inner margin excised, with no loss to text. Small stain, affecting one character of text, toning at upper edge. An interesting assessment of a country squire's income An unrecorded document lobbying Parliament in support of the election of William Benson as MP for Shaftesbury, disclosing the ownership history and financial information on his family estates in Middlesex. William Benson (1682-1754) was a prominent early Whig political writer, politician, amateur architect, and patron of the arts. This broadsheet refers to the election by which Benson would first enter Parliament, by petition, in 1716. In 1718, Benson vacated the seat to replace Christopher Wren as Surveyor General of the Royal Works. He was relieved of that position the following year, after a humiliating incident in which he condemned the chamber of the House of Lords, incorrectly declaring that it was in imminent danger of collapse. 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. No copies recorded by ESTC or OCLC. DNB II, p.261.
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-11-03 15:22:58
[HAMMOND, Thomas]
London, 1715. Broadsheet, 16¼ x 10 inches. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. Ornamental initial. Disbound. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Small portion of left margin excised, with no loss to text. Mild foxing. A petition to Parliament on behalf of Thomas Hammond, "a considerable Trader for Twenty Years last past in Wines, and other Merchandises," asking for public assistance in paying the remainder of his debts to the government. During the War of the Spanish Succession, Hammond suffered major losses to his trade and merchandise, resulting from the sinking of the ships Thomas and Elizabeth near Virginia, the capture of other ships sailing to India, the failures of various merchants, vintners and coopers to pay him, and other "Losses at Home and Abroad." Unable to pay his own debts, Hammond absconded but was caught, imprisoned, and stripped of all his assets. The present document relates this history, tabulating his losses and the amounts he had already paid to his creditors through assets and sureties, and petitions the House of Commons to pass a bill allowing the Treasury to forgive his debts due for customs. Part of the earliest British literature relating to decriminalized bankruptcy, following upon the historic bankruptcy statute of Queen Anne of 1705, which granted the first modern provisions for the release of insolvent debtors from their debts. This is also 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 Br … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2015-11-02 20:16:21
Collectif
1715. Lot d'archives relatives à l'arrondissement de Bourg sur Gironde [ Plus de 150 pièces rédigées entre 1700 et 1880, dont 11 pièces rédigées en 1700 et 1749, 18 entre 1750 et 1788, 9 entre 1789 et 1799, 8 entre 1800 et 1815, 7 entre 1816 et 1830, 43 entre 1831 et 1850, 54 entre 1851 et 1880, chaque pièce contenant entre 2 et 50 feuillets, on joint une cinquantaine de pièces de moindre importance ou légèrement postérieures Intéressant ensemble d'archives privées. Bon ensemble. Prix du lot, non séparable. Langue: Français [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2015-10-27 22:21:37
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. "Paskaart vande West Kust van Jutland Van Busem tot aent Jutsche Riff." Seekarte veröffentlicht bei Van Keulen, anno 1715, mit der Westküste von Schleswig-Holstein und Dänemark mit den Nordfriesischen Inseln. Blattmaß: 53x60 cm., guter Erhaltungszustand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-10-27 13:43:03
CARTER, Richard
London, 1715. Broadsheet. [1]p., plus printed docket title on verso. Ornamental initial. Disbound. Small folio. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Mild foxing. A scarce leaflet, printed for distribution among members of the House of Commons, proposing a lottery to fund the salaries of ministers being installed at new churches in London and Westminster. The document 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 four copies, at the Goldsmiths' Company, University of London, Oxford, and Harvard.Hanson 2160.
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [US]
2015-10-10 21:16:21
Chamberlayne, John.
Amsterdam, W. & D. Goeree, 1715. 4to. 2 parts in 1 vol. (48), 94 (but: 96), (6) pp. (2), 256 (but: 156) pp. Title page printed in red and black. With 2 folding engr. plates and some 20 text engravings, all showing script specimens. - (Bound after) II: Morin, Stephan. Exercitationes de lingua primaeva ejusque appendicibus. Utrecht, Willem Broedelet, 1694. (14), 448, (8) pp. With engr. title page and 4 folding engr. plates. Contemp. Dutch blindstamped vellum with oriental-style, lozenge-shaped cover ornaments. First edition. - The Lord’s Prayer in more than 150 languages, including many European and Asian languages, but also Arabic (in two styles), Persian (in two styles), Syriac, Ottoman Turkish, etc., many of which are rendered both in Latin transliteration and in their original scripts, engraved in the text or as folding plates. The second part contains nine remarkable treatises on typefaces and languages, including the first publication ever of "De variis linguis" by the great German philosopher and polymath G. W. Leibniz. The English courtier John Chamberlayne (1666-1723) is said to have known sixteen languages; among his many writings is an immensely popular, amusing tract on coffee, tea, and hot chocolate which he published at the age of 19 (cf. DNB). - II: First edition. The plates show coins and medals from Palestine and Samaria. - One corner bumped. Insignificant browning; a good, clean copy. I: Ebert 3978. DNB IV, 9. Brunet I, 1761. Graesse II, 112. Ravier 317 (pt. 2 only). - II: Ebert 14415. Fürst II, 390. Lipsius 268. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-10-08 12:20:21
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. Cornwall, map anno 1715, van Keulen Coppermap, edited anno 1715, by van Keulen, size of the leaf: 61x74 cm., some restorations on margins, little brownish. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-10-08 12:20:21
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. Coppermap, edited by J. van Keulen, approx. anno 1715, published in Amsterdam, printed on thick paper, no cracs, very good condition. Size of the leaf: 61x74 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-10-08 12:20:21
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. Negroponte,Greece,Seamap,anno 1690,van Keulen J.,Archipelagusche Seamap, edited by Johannes van Keulen, approx. anno 1690, "PASKAART Van de ARCHIPELAGUSCHE EYLANDEN ." North-east-Greece, with Negroponte, Volos, size of the leaf: 51 x 58 cm., little brownish. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-10-08 12:20:21
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. Nieuwe Paskaart Vande Geheele CANAAL TuschenEngeland en Vranckryck, van Keulen G., anno 1750 By Gerard van Keulen after Johannes van Keulen, printed in Amsterdam about 1750. We offer a rare and very decoratively colored copper engraving map by Johannes van Keulen. This large-size sea chart shows the the coast line of south England with the counties of Cornwall, Devonshire, Dorsetshire, Hampshire and Sussex and the Channel Islands of Guernsey, Jersey and the French coast of Brittany, the Nord Pas de Calais and Picardy. The map is decorated with a large cartouche in Dutch, French, English and Spanish. Size: Leaf app.: 103 x 61 cm engraving app.: 100 x 59 cm Printed on thick paper, only little brownish. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-10-08 12:20:21
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. Coppermap, edited by J. van Keulen, anno 1715, good print, printed on thick paper, small brown crac in the map (1x1mm, easy to restore),Coppermap, edited by J. van Keulen, anno 1715, "Pas-caert Vande Zee-custen van ENGELAND.", old colours, some cracs on margins, more on below margin, size of the leaf: 52x59 cm. size of the leaf: 54x60 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-10-08 12:20:21
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715
Keulen Johannes van 1654-1715. Nieuwe Paskaart van het CANAAL VAN BRISTOL, van Keulen, anno 1750 Original and Decorative coloured, large-size copper engraving sea chart by Gerard van Keulen after Johannes van Keulen, printed in Amsterdam about 1750 AD map of the Bristol Channel - England "Nieuwe Paskaart van het Canaal van Bristol . " Johannes van Keulen (1654 Deventer - 1715, Amsterdam) was a 17th-Century Dutch cartographer who specialized in marine charts Gerard van Keulen (1678-1726) continued the work of his father, and produced new editions of the most influential sea atlases. A rare and very decoratively colored copper engraving map by Johannes van Keulen. This large-size sea chart shows the Bristol Channel in England with the cities of Barnstaple, Swansea, Cardiff and Weston-super-Mare. The map is decorated with a title cartouche. Size: Leaf app.: 100,5 x 61,0 cm engraving app.: 95,0 x 56,5 cm Condition: very good condition, printed on thick paper, strong print & beautiful colours, marginal water stained at the edges, Please have a look at the pictures! A Certificate of Authenticity (COA) can be issued on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Hammelburg, Germany]
2015-10-01 20:46:42
Homer; Translated by Alexander Pope
Bernard Lintot 1715-26, London. First editions of Alexander Pope's monumental illustrated translations of Homer's Iliad and Odyssey. Quarto, 11 volumes. Uniformly bound in full contemporary calf, gilt tooling to the spine with red morocco labels. Some rubbing to the spine and extremities, a very good set overall, scarce and desirable in contemporary calf. The subscribers list for the Iliad lists 575 subscribers, including Addison, Congreve, Newton, Steele and others; that for The Odyssey are 610 (including those in the supplementary list appended to the final volume). For the Odyssey, Pope was assisted by Elijah Fenton and William Broome, and pencil notes in the texts identify the responsible party for the specific Books and Notes. That those pencil annotations and incidental others in pencil in the same hand scattered elsewhere are Hobhouse's seems probable, as a pencil note in a quite similar (or same) hand appears at the conclusion of the Postscript to the final volume (14 Dec. 1843 J.H.), suggesting either the date of his acquisition of the set, or more likely, his completion of reading. Editions in folio (large and small) to benefit the publisher followed the appearance of each new volume in a timely fashion, the proceeds from Subscriber's quarto edition having been Pope's exclusively. Encouraged by Swift, Addison and Steele, among others, Pope began translating Homer in 1713. The arduous undertaking would prove to be the most laborious literary enterprise of his life, but one to which he was well-suited. "Idolatry of classical models was an essential part of the relig … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2015-10-01 19:45:32
MAINE
[London. Small folio. Bound to style in half calf over marbled paper-covered boards. Ornamental border. Minor foxing. Very good. A project for colonizing Maine in 1715 A rare, 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 that year. The petitioners, evidently of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2015-09-29 20:59:51
- Kupferstich von J.A. Delsenbach, dat. 1715, 21 x 31 cm.
Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat
2015-09-29 19:44:38
LA LOUBÈRE, Simon de
1 volume grand in-12° relié pleine basane marbrée marron d'époque, dos à nerfs, caissons décorés, pièce de titre de maroquin blond, 3 f. nchf + 208 p. + 2 f. nchf. (une déchirure en marge page 57, in fine quelques pages un peu roussies, fissure sans grvaité au mors supérieur droit, nonobstant ces défauts très bon état pour cette impression Toulousaine peu courante. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mesnard - Comptoir du Livre Ancien [Ruelle-sur-Touvre, France]
2015-09-28 07:05:28
Giry, Francois:
Paris, chez Edme Couterot, 1715.. Nouvelle Edition, 2 Bände 694+622 Spalten / 966+782 Spalten (jeweils in zwei Teilen paginiert) 1 Frontispiz, 12 ganzseitige Kupfer [694+622 colonnes / 966+782 colonnes (respectivement pagine en deux parties), 1 frontispice, 12 gravures sur cuivre de pleine page] Folio, gebunden, Ganzleder, auf 7 Bünden, 2 goldgeprägte Rückenschildchen, goldgeprägte Verzierung auf dem Rücken, Einbände etwas beschabt, bei Band 1 Buchrücken oben ca 2 cm an beiden Seiten eingerissen, unten ca 2 x 0,5 cm des Einbands abgestoßen, am hinteren Buchdeckel an der Seite auf einer Länge von ca 4 cm ca 0,5 cm des Einbands abgebrochen; wenige Seiten leicht angeschmutzt, Spalte 680/681 des zweiten Bands mit Abriss an der unteren Ecke (ca 12x5 cm) dabei in Spalte 681 Textverlust an den unteren 3 Zeilen, innen sonst aber in gutem Zustand [format folio, reliure en cuir, 2 ecussons dore, ornementation dore sur le dos, reliures un peu abime, tome premier avec une laceration sur les deux cotes en haut (ca 2 cm), en bas ca 2x0,5 cm du reliure ecorne, le couverture de livre de derriere ca 4x0,5 cm du reliure casse au cote, peu de pages un peu sale, colonnes 680/681 du tome second avec demolition dans le coin inferieur (ca 12x5 cm), dans le colonne 681 perte de texte dans le 3 lignes inferieurs, a l'interieur autrement en bon etat]. L'oeuvre est divise en 12 parties (un par mois) et decrit la vie des saint sur tous les mois BR7F1 Eine Rechnung mit ausgewiesener Mehrwertsteuer liegt Ihrer Bestellung bei.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Karl Heinz Schmitz
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2015-09-28 06:27:20
[Fire]:
[London? 1715].. Broadside. Dbd. Small folio. Early folds and early stab holes in left margin. Some foxing. Very good. A rare leaflet lobbying Parliament on behalf of British merchants who had recently lost £22,500 worth of sugar, ginger, oil, and sarsaparilla in a great fire. The merchants had just recently imported the goods, paying approximately £3000 in customs. In the present document the merchants petition the House of Commons to allow them to import goods duty-free up to the value of the customs of the goods destroyed. This is among the earliest examples of commercial 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 University of London, Oxford, and Harvard. GOLDSMITHS 5228.1. HANSON 2169.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2015-09-28 06:27:20
[Withall, Benjamin]:
[London? 1715].. Small folio broadsheet. [1]p. plus printed docket title on verso. 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. HANSON 2176.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2015-09-28 06:27:20
PURSHULL, Conyers
[London, 1715. Broadside. Dbd. Small folio. 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 Early Proposal To Find Longitude; One of Two known CopiesAn extremely rare petitionary leaflet relating to the historic longitude prize, evidently printed during the first two years 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 r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2015-09-19 11:03:48
Don ALVAREZ DE COLMENAR JUAN.
chez Pierre Vander Aa,, A Leide, 1715. Sei volumi di cm. 16,5, pp. 1.500 ca complessive. Con 173 tavole f.t. incise in rame, prevalentemente a doppia pagina ed anche più volte ripiegate. Tra queste il frontespizio generale posto al primo volume e le antiporta illustrate a doppia pagina a ciascun volume. Legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorsi a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Tagli colorati e sguardie marmorizzate. Una piccola mancanza a due cuffie ed un'uniforme arrossatura presente prevalentemente alle tavole dei primi due volumi. Esemplare comunque complessivamente genuino e ben conservato. Opera dotata di un'iconografia assai ricca con vedute e scorci delle città spagnole e portoghesi, carte geografiche, scene popolari e di costumi. Assai raro a trovarsi completo di tutte le tavole come il presente esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2015-09-19 03:08:34
STEUART, Sir James
Edinburgh: printed by James Watson. MDCCXV [1715]. folio, with a fine engraved portrait frontispiece of Steuart by George Vertue, title printed in red and black within ruled borders and with large woodcut device, (4) + 340 + 16pp., contemporary panelled calf, neatly rebacked to match, with raised bands and label. A fine, crisp, copy. First edition. Sir James Stewart [or Steuart], of Goodtrees (1635-1713), politician and judge, had, controversially, made a name for himself when he published, in 1669, his most important political treatise, Jus populi vindicatum, or, the people's right to defend themselves and their covenanted religion, vindicated>, in which he combined biblical, natural law, and contractual arguments in support of a private right to violent resistance to tyrannous rulers. He pretty inevitably got into trouble with the government, went into exile, later returning under an alias. Under William III, however, his star rose when he was appointed Lord Advocate of Scotland in 1692. It was in that office that he wrote much of the government's report (1695) on the Glencoe massacre (of Feb. 1692), procured passage of an Act establishing the Scottish East India Company (1695), and drafted Scotland's Habeas Corpus Act (1701). Stewart was 'widely respected not only for legal and political prowess but also for religious devotion and theological and ecclesiastical acumen'. [E. Calvin Beisner in ODNB]. Sir John Nisbet (1610-1688), Lord Dirleton, judge and politician, had been the author of Some doubts and questions in the law> which were edited by Sir William Hamilton of Wh … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2015-09-12 17:24:39
Walpole, Robert; Pulteney, William, et all
London By order of the House 1715. G : in Good condition. Boards detached. Covers rubbed. Content intact. Pages rubbed in places First Edition Leather cover 360mm x 250mm (14" x 10"). Containing much information on the East India Company. Published: 1715-1773.
Bookseller: Barter Books
2015-09-10 20:31:17
Grotius, Hugo; Morrice, John, Translator and Ed
1715. Handsome Early English Translation of De Jure Belli ac Pacis Grotius, Hugo [1535-1645]. [Morrice, John, Translator and Editor]. Of the Rights of War and Peace, In Three Volumes; In Which are Explain'd the Laws and Claims of Nature and Nations, And the Principal Points that Relate Either to Publick Government, Or the Conduct of Private Life. Together with the Author's Own Notes. Done into English by Several Hands; With the Addition of the Author's Life by the Translators. Dedicated to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. London: Printed for D. Brown, T. Ward and W. Meares, 1715. Three volumes. Volume I has a one-page publisher list. [xv], civ, 212; [ii], 648 [ii], 356, [48] pp. Octavo (7-1/2" x 5"). Contemporary paneled calf, rebacked retaining spines with raised bands, gilt ornaments and lettering pieces. Light rubbing and a few minor scuffs to boards, corners bumped and lightly worn, a few hinges starting. Title pages printed in red and black, woodcut head-pieces. Moderate toning, light foxing in places, finger smudges to a few leaves, internally clean. A handsome set. * Third English-language edition. First published in Paris in 1625, The Rights of War and Peace established the system of modern public international law. Recognized immediately as an important work, it was translated into the principal languages of Europe. The first English translation, by Clement Barksdale, was published in 1654 and reissued the following year. The second, by William Evats, was published in 1682. According to sources cited in the ESTC, the 1715 edition was translated and edited by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
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2015-09-02 03:49:13
- 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)
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
2015-08-27 11:12:06
1715. Stralsund. - Stadt- u. Befestigungsplan mit Umgebung und Einzeichnungen von Truppenstellungen 1715. - "Plan Und Situation von der Statt u. Vestung Stralsund". MENÜ Über uns Kategorien Ansichten & Karten Dekorative Graphik Druckgraphik Fotografie Gemälde & Plastik Künstlergraphik Mappenwerke Papierantiquitäten Rahmen Sonstige Zeichnung & Aquarell Stralsund „Plan Und Situation von der Statt u. Vestung Stralsund" Stadt- u. Befestigungsplan mit Umgebung und Einzeichnungen von Truppenstellungen 1715 Artikelnummer: 00091993 Kupferstich alt koloriert 1715 47,7 x 55 cm (Darstellung) 50,3 x 59,3 cm (Blatt) Beschreibung Zahlung & Versand Werk „Plan Und Situation von der Statt u. Vestung Stralsund" Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, alt koloriert, 1715. Von Joseph Friedrich Leopold. 47,7 x 55 cm (Darstellung) / 50,3 x 59,3 cm (Blatt). Am linken Rand innerhalb der Darstellung große Titelkartusche mit Titel, Untertitel und Erläuterungen 1-26. Am rechten Rand Kartusche mit der Auflistung der Regimenter. Außerdem innerhalb der Karte Bezeichnung der Gewässer, Inseln, Wege und Lage der Quartiere. Am unteren Rand "Cum Gratia et Privilegio Sac. Cas. Maje. Ios. Frid. Leopold fecit et exc". Der Kupferstich zeigt die Stadt Stralsund und deren Umgebung zum Zeitpunkt der Belagerung während des Pommernfeldzugs 1715/16 im Großen Nordischen Krieg. Sie begann am 12. Juli 1715 und endete mit der Kapitulation der schwedischen Besatzung am 23. Dezember 1715. Faltkarte auf Leinen. Leicht knickspurig und angeschmutzt. Kleine Randläsuren. Mittig kleine Fehlstelle. Insgesamt gut erhaltener, seltener … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: graphikantiquariatkoenitz [Leipzig, DE]
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