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2008-11-27 14:17:08
St. Prest, Jean Yves De, Le Comte d'Avaux
No publisher, Orig. Manuscript, 1715. The Original Manuscript. Half-Leather. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. Original Manuscript complete of the Livres I, II, III-1 & III-2 (Vol.I just up to pp.241) of his well known "L'Histoire Des Traites de Paix" Et Autres Negotiations des 17 e Siecle depuis la Paix de Vervins, Jusque a La Paix de Nimegue in 1679., as published in 1725, (Amsterdam; Bernard & La Haye; Vaillant et Prevost.) 471 + 87 pp.Uncut, written in a very legible, fine hand, appr. 35 lines to the page. Fine paper, broad margins. Bound in XIX-Th Century 1/2 leather, Spine with raised bands, red Morocco title piece and "Fleur de Lys" decoration. Saint Prest, was the foreign-affairs minister from 1682 up to 1715. Condition: Very Good.
Bookseller: Quist Antiquarian [Netherlands]
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2008-11-25 13:51:25
Charlevoix, Pierre Francois Xavier De
A. Rouen, Chez Pierre le Boucher, Paris, 1715. Volume (tome) 2 from the three volume First Edition set, 18mo (4 x 6 1/2 in), text in French, calf with gilt lettered and decorated spine, "Table des Matieres" + 398 numbered pages. The "Table des Matieres" is 33 pages (unpaginated) and is followed by a one page "Errata." A Roman Catholic history of Japan. In addition to the establishment and progress of the Catholic Church in Japan, this work includes comments on the manners, customs, and dress of the Japanese as well as the topography, natural history and political situation of the country. This volume includes the history of the missions in Japan from 1575-1602. It also includes an account of the martyrdom of St. Paul Miki and companions. ~ Condition. The book is in Good condition. The covers are scuffed and edges scraped, particularily the corners. Heavy foxing at the preliminaries but light after that. The binding is tight. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: George C. Baxley [Alamogordo, NM, U.S.A.]
2008-11-24 15:30:41
RENARD, L.:
. Engraved handcoloured map. Amsterdam 1715. 48 x 56 cm. * With decorative cartouche, 2 compass roses and sailing vessels..
Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller
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2008-11-21 13:38:44
Peringskiöld, Johan.
Samt Niflunga Sagan; Innehållandes några Göthiska Konungars och Hieltars forna Bedrifter i Ryssland, Polen, Ungern, Italien, Burgundien och Spanien,c. Sive Historia Wilkinensium Theoderici Veronensis, ac Niflungorum... Stockholm 1715. 4:o. (14),522,(24, 8 genealogiska tabeller),(22) s. Samtida nött halvskinnband i kalv, ny rygg med det mesta av den gamla bevarad. Titelbladet förstärkt i yttre och nedre marginalen. Sista bladet förstärkt i nedre yttre hörn. Inlagan med enstaka brunfläckar, ett fåtal äldre bläckanteckningar. Sidan 97 med målad värja i marginalen. Främre pärms spegel med anteckning och stämpel Quidings Antqvariat Bokhandel Lund. Namnteckning och diskret namnstämpel Dr. O. Waldenström på främre försättsblad samt stämpeln på titelblad. 30 x 20 cm.. Wamholtz 1352. Text på isländska, svenska och latin
Bookseller: Antiquaria
2008-11-20 00:47:56
ATLAS - THE FRENCH PILOT- MOUNT, WILLIAM & THOMAS PAGE.
London, Printed for William Mount and Thomas Page on Tower Hall, no date (c. 1715). Folio. 53X35 cm. Cont. hcalf with marbled boards. Rebacked and recornered in old style with raised bands. Engraved typographical titlepage with a large engraved vignette showing the English King's Coat of Arms. With all 15 double-page engraved sea-charts (numbered (1)-(15) in lower right corners). Neat repairs to inner margins of free endpapers and titlepage. Some browning to charts. Chart 5 (45x75,5 cm) having the right margin shaved reaching the printed frame. ¶ Second edition of this scarce "Atlas Maritime". According to Shirley it was first published by Richard Mount and Thomas Page in 1701 and re-issued with undated title (as this) in ab. 1715, but with the charts unchanged and a new engraved titlepage. A third issue came out in 1737 with a dated title. The fine charts are copied from Pieter Mortier's famous "Neptune Francois" (1693-1702) and reduzed in size."The charts in this early Mount & Page atlas "The Sea-Coasts of France" are re-engravings, reduzed in size, from the charts in the French Neptune of 1693. The charts may also be found in the 1702 edition of Mount and Page's Atlas Maritimus Novus..." (Rodney Shirley). - Not in Phillips. - Shirley Vol. II: M.M&P - 12 b.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2008-10-15 14:58:56
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 Lear … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2008-10-12 13:34:46
[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
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2008-09-11 20:00:20
Villiers, George
Printed for Sam. Briscoe, and fold by Fardinando Burleigh in Amen-Corner, London, 1715. 2 octavo volumes. Full leather binding. Vol. 1: 416 pp. Frontis piece portraying b/w steel engraving of a portrait of the author. Each section of the volume has its own title page. Three of the sections have their own steel engraved Frontis piece: "The Restauration: or, Right will take Place. A Tragic Comedy", has a lovely b/w scene from the play. "The Battle of Sedgmoor: Betwixt King James's Forces and the Duke of Monmouth, Rehears'd at White-Hall. A Farce" depicts the Earl of Feverham, General in lovely armor. "Upon Nothing: A Poem", depicts John Baron Wilmot, England and Viscont in Ireland, Earle of Rochester of Adderbury in Athlone (which is oversized and therefore, folded along outer edge.) Vol. 2: vi, xvi, 332 pp. Steel engraved Frontis piece of Mrs. Behn. Again, each section has its own title page. Some sections have their own steel engraved Frontis piece: "The Rehearsal, As it is Acted at the Theatre Royal, by Her Majesty's Servants" depicting a lovely scene from the play, (which is oversized and therefore folded on the bottom and outer edge) "The Chances, a Comedy acted by Her Majesty's Servants, at the Theatre-Royal" (also oversized and therefore folded along bottom and outer edges) and "An Essay upon Reason and Religion" depicting three men in serious conversation. The author, George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, (1628 - 1687), was an English statesman. He took part in the English civil war, which consisted of a series of armed conflicts and political machinations that too … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2008-07-28 13:07:56
Johann Mayer, Mainz, 1715. Goldprägung auf dem Rücken, sicherlich in späterer Zeit nachgebunden; dreifarbiger Schnitt; zahlreiche ganzseitige Kupfer. - Portofreie Lieferung innerhalb Deutschlands. [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Edition-115 [Felde, Germany]
2008-07-18 10:25:58
SUETONIUS, Caius
Guilielmi a Poolsum, Utrecht, 1715. 12mo. pp. [16], 384, [56]. With engraved frontispiece or extra illustrated title and 12 profile engravings - representing the 12 Caesars. Text contains occasional decorative initials and head and tail pieces. Pages are clean and crisp with occasional miniscule spotting. Shelf number printed in old hand on verso of front fly-leaf. Small tear to rear fly-leaf neatly sealed. Bound in contemporary vellum with gilt monogram on front cover. Contents include the "Twelve Caesars" which covers the biographies of the first 12 emperors of the Roman Empire - Julius Caesar, Augustus, Tiberius, Caligula, Claudius, Nero, Galba, Otho, Vitellius, Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian. Included also are Suetonius's shorter works De Illustribus Grammaticus, De Claris Rhetoribus and other fragments. The notes of Marcus Zuerius Boxhornius are given at the end. The Boxhornius edition was first published in Leiden, 1631. This edition has a new expanded index. [Schweiger III, p. 979; Graesse Vi, p. 522]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books [Concord, MA, U.S.A.]
2008-05-18 20:33:01
Printed by John Baskett, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, London 1715. Folio. With beautiful engraving on the frontispiece of a church with attendees by Ianbatista Caespers. With fine alphabet woodcuts at the beginning of every chapter. Every page with decorative "ruled" lines in red. No pagination but complete, including Articles of Religion, Constitutions and Canons Ecclesiastical and the Psalms of David in Metre. Printed on good paper quality. Bound in a beautiful full leather binding of calf. Richly gilt spine, front and back cover gilt, with gilt borders on the inside and on the edges of the covers. Slightly weak hinges. Corners bumped and top of spine somewhat worn.. A beautifully printed book in a fine binding of the Book of Common Prayer printed by John Baskett. His company held the monopoly for printing Bibles in Great Britain for more than 90 years
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2008-04-08 03:43:33
Courcillon de Dangeau, Louis de Abbe]
Paris: Nicolas Simart, 1715. 230mm x 180mm (9" x 7"). 8pp; 73pp; 21pp. fold out charts and engravings. Text in French. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. Modern rebind. Book plates on new eps. Inscriptions on original feps and title page. Pages browning and chipped, no loss. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd [Alnwick, NORTH, United Kingdom]
2008-04-03 20:55:06
- Augementez du Jeu des Eschets, Et d`un nouveau Jeu de L`Ombre, Comme ou le jouë presentement à la Cour & à Paris, & autres nouvellement inventez. A Berlin, Chez A. Dussart, Marchand Libraire & Imprimeur du Roi. 1715. 12:o. 82 pp. Bound with: Nouveau Jeu de L`Ombre, comme On le joüe presentement à la Cour, & À Paris; Où l`on voit comment se joüe Espadille Force , L`Hombre à deux, a trois & à cinq. Avec l`explication des Termes dont on se sert en le joüant. A Berlin. Chez A. Dussart 1714. 12:o. 72 pp. Bound with: Lettre contenant les Regles du Trictrac, Où elles sont expliquées très-clairement selon Ja maniere qu`on le joüe aujourd`huy. A Berlin. Ches Arnaud Dussart 1715. 12:o. 35,(1 blank) pp. Later paperboards, around 1950. Some light waterstaining outer margin first two works. 12,5 x 8 cm.[#56977] [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok & Bildantikvariat AB [Göteborg, Sweden]
2008-03-31 20:43:36
Augementez du Jeu des Eschets, Et d`un nouveau Jeu de L`Ombre, Comme ou le jouë presentement à la Cour & à Paris, & autres nouvellement inventez. A Berlin, Chez A. Dussart, Marchand Libraire & Imprimeur du Roi. 1715. 12:o. 82 pp. Bound with: Nouveau Jeu de L`Ombre, comme On le joüe presentement à la Cour, & À Paris; Où l`on voit comment se joüe Espadille Force´, L`Hombre à deux, a trois & à cinq. Avec l`explication des Termes dont on se sert en le joüant. A Berlin. Chez A. Dussart 1714. 12:o. 72 pp. Bound with: Lettre contenant les Regles du Trictrac, Où elles sont expliquées très-clairement selon Ja maniere qu`on le joüe aujourd`huy. A Berlin. Ches Arnaud Dussart 1715. 12:o. 35,(1 blank) pp. Later paperboards, around 1950. Some light waterstaining outer margin first two works. 12,5 x 8 cm.
Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok- & Bildantikvariat AB [SE]
2008-03-30 10:33:11
[Hardouin, Jean (Harduinus, Joan) ]
Paris: Typographia Regia. Good; Some outer hinges cracked but all are holding firmly, library . labels on spine and book-plate on front paste-down, internally VG.. 1715. First Edition. Hardcover. Folio; Folio, full leather, professionally rebacked, 11 volumes in 12 (but lacking volume 3) . .
Bookseller: Hurley Books
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2007-10-01 21:07:15
THOMAS VICENTE TOSCA
IMPRENTA DE ANTONIO BORDAZAR, VALENCIA, 1715. ENCUADERNACIÓN EN HOLANDESA. EDICIÓN ORIGINAL. 421 PAGINAS. ALGO APOLILLADO SIN AFECTAR A TEXTO. Size: 20 X 15
Bookseller: Librería Tormos [Aldeamayor Golf, VALLA, Spain]
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