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        Ovid's Metamorphoses. In Fifteen Books. A New Translation. Complete in 2 Volumes, bound as One.

      Printed for A. Bettesworth and W. Taylor, E. Curll and J. Browne., London. 1717 - Good. Contemporaneous full paneled calf. Four bands to spine. Spine missing calf tile and a little rubbed. Calf a little chipped at spine head. Joints cracked to top inch. Foxed to outermost leaves and lightly toned. Blank verso of last leaf of prelims is stuck down to blank reverse of adjacent engraved plate. xix, 299pp and 252pp and unpaginated index to rear of each volume. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Ryan O'Horne Books]
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        Pieces Echapees Du Feu

      Plaisance [Hollande], 1717-01-01. Hardcover. Good. Full contemporary leather. Solid binding and cover. Front hinge partially cracked. 9 p.l., 3-292, [4] p. 17 cm. Clean, unmarked pages. A rare volume, per Gay. "Ce volume rare a été réimprimé sous le titre de Recueil de pieÌ€ces sérieuses, comiques et burlesques; sans lieu, 1721."--Gay. Polichinelle demandant une place dans l'Académie [par Nicolas de Malézieu]--Remarques sur l'Angleterre [faites en 1713] par Monsieur de S. G. [Dubois de Saint-Gelais?]--Histoire de Leonice et de Mendosa, par Monsieur de S.--[Des lettres, des contes et poésies diverses]

      [Bookseller: SequiturBooks]
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        Rare works on German Alchemy: Beuthers' "Gewesenen Churfurstl. Sachsischen Probation-Meisters zu Dresden, und Philosophi Adepti, Zwey rare chymische Tractate" and " [bound with] Chrysopoeia Schwaertzeriana

      Leipzig & Hamburg. 1717, 1718. Hardcover. Very Good. Two volumes bound into one. Old calf 12mo. 218, [12], 58; 184 pp, with approximately 50 blank pages bound in at rear. Beuthers is a first edition, 1717, published in Leipzig by Johann Christian Martini with "Der Medicin Doctoris...Universal" at rear; Schwaertzer's is a later printing of his consideration of the Philosopher's Stone and "Fulminating gold" originally published 1585. This edition printed in Hamburg by Samuel Heil and featuring six folding plates, and a one-page handwritten manuscript at the end on Adam and Eve. Some wear to the front board (dented at top edge) and some shallow but visible loss to the top margin, else a very good copy (one plate with a repairable tear). Two rare works on German alchemy.

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books ABAA-ILAB]
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        HISTORIA INSULANA DAS ILHAS A PORTUGAL SUGEYTAS no Oceano Occidental,

      - COMPOSTA PELO PADRE ANTONIO CORDEYRO da Companha de JESUS, Insulano tambem da Ilha Terceyra, & em idade de 76. annos, PARA A CONFIRMAC,AM DOS BONS costumes, assim moraes, como sobrenaturaes, dos nobres antepassados Insulanos, nos presentes, & futuros, Descendentes seus, & só para a salvaçaõ de suas almas, & mayor gloria de Deos. LISBOA OCCIDENTAL, Na Officina de ANTONIO PEDROZO GALRAM; Anno 1717. In folio (de 27,5x20 cm) com [xvi]-528 pags. Encadernação do século xix com a lombada muito danificada. Exemplar com pequena assinatura coeva de posse manuscrita na folha de rosto sem afectar mancha a gráfica: "Antonio Maria de Souza Lobo. Obra única no seu género que descreve no livro primeiro "Da creaçaõ das Ilhas Occidentaes, tocantes à Monarchia Portugueza"; descreve a Atlântida e a sua relação dos primeiros reis de Espanha e Portugal, e a descendência dos mesmos. O descobrimento, a geografia e a história das ilhas atlânticas. A fundação de Lisboa, Santarém, Braga, Coimbra, Aveiro e Lagos, as grandes secas e incêndios da Hispânia, os povos celtas, cartagineses, lacónicos (espartanos), gregos, os romanos e seus combates com Viriato, Sertório; a presença de Júlio César em Portugal e o império de Augusto César unido com Portugal. O livro segundo "Das ilhas Canarias, & das de Cabo Verde": destaque para o capítulo "Do direyto de Portugal às Canárias". O livro terceiro "Das ilhas de Porto Santo, & Madeyra"; Livro quarto "Da ilha de Santa Maria, que das nove dos Açores foy a primeira que se descubrio"; O livro quinto "Da ilha de Saõ Miguel"; o livro sexto "Da ilha Terceyra, cabeça das Terceyras; O livro sétimo "Das ilhas de Saõ Jorge, & graciosa; O livro oitavo "Das Ilhas do Fayal, & Pico"; O livro nono "Das Ilhas, Flores, & Corvo, & das que se espera descobrir de novo." Inocêncio I, 114. "Antóno Cordeiro, Jesuíta, natural da cidade de Angra, capital da ilha Terceira, onde nasceu em 1641. Depois de cursar na Univ. de Coimbra a faculdade de Cânones, em que todavia não consta se formasse, leu por alguns anos Teologia Escolástica e Moral, e bem assim Filosofia, Retórica etc., escrevendo em latim alguns tratados destas disciplinas, cujos títulos podem ver-se na Bibl. Lusit. - Morreu no collegio de Sancto Antão em 1722 com 82 anos. E. em portuguez: 546) (C) Historia Insulana das Ilhas a Portugal sujeitas no Oceano occidental. Lisboa, por Antonio Pedroso Galrão 1717. fol. de XVI-528 pag. Esta obra é pouco vulgar, posto que a meu ver não mereça a qualificação de rara que se lhe atribue no Catalogo da Livraria de Lord Stuart, ja citado, sob n.° 4024. A Bibl. Nacional de Lisboa possui um magnifico e bem conservado exemplar em papel excelente de grande formato. É estimada dos estrangeiros, e Brunet no seu Manual acusa 3 exemplares, vendidos em diversas ocasiões pelas quantias de 15 fr. 50 cent., 72 fr., e 29 fr. 50 cent. Em Lisboa tem corrido por preços mais inferiores, nunca excedentes a 2:400 réis, e descendo às vezes até 1:440. O meu exemplar (é certo que defeituoso por aparado em demasia, e com algumas notas de pena lançadas nas margens, etc.) custou-me 960 réis. Nas ilhas dos Açores fez-se dela grande caso, em razão de tratar amplamente das genealogias das principais famílias daquele arquipélago ainda que nesta parte não deva merecer muito crédito, segundo a opinião dos mais competentes: notando-se no autor alguma parcialidade, e ter por vezes descuidadamente ou de propósito adulterado o que achara escripto nas Saudades da Terra, livro inedito do Doutor Gaspar Fructuoso, do qual extrahiu boa parte das noticias com que compôs a sua historia." Pinto de Matos 188: "Os exemplares da 1.ª edição são raros e estimados. Foi mandado um exemplar à exposição de Paris, de 1867." Azevedo e Samodães 889: "Obra escrita bom e clássico português da máxima importância para a historia eclesiástica e civil e descobrimento, conquista e povoação primitiva das nossas pérolas do Atlântico dos usos e costumes de seus habitantes suas industrias, agricultura e comércio

      [Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva]
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        Secrete resolutien van de Edele Groot Mog. Heeren Staten van Holland en Westvriesland (.). Beginnende met den jare 1653, en eindigende met den jare 1668. (2 vol. set).

      Utrecht, Willem van de Water, 1717. - 2 vols. 4to. (VIII)+632+(12);(II)+687+(9) pp. Indexes. Hardcover. Contemp. blindstamped full vellum. VG. (Occas. light browning/foxing; light marginal waterst. in 1st vol.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat]
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        Ovid's Metamorphoses. In Fifteen Books. A New Translation. Complete in 2 Volumes, bound as One

      London. : Printed for A. Bettesworth and W. Taylor, E. Curll and J. Browne. , 1717. Good. Contemporaneous full paneled calf. Four bands to spine. Spine missing calf tile and a little rubbed. Calf a little chipped at spine head. Joints cracked to top inch. Foxed to outermost leaves and lightly toned. Blank verso of last leaf of prelims is stuck down to blank reverse of adjacent engraved plate. xix, 299pp and 252pp and unpaginated index to rear of each volume.. Hard. 16mo. 6 1/2".. Good. Illus. by Illustrated with engraved frontispiece and a plate for each of the books (15)..

      [Bookseller: Ryan OHorne Books]
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        Memoirs of the life and family of the most illustrious James late Duke of Hamilton : Wherein besides many other curious particulars, is inserted a copy of the letter sent by his Grace, to his son the Marquis of Clidsdale, in Scotland, the night

      London : printed for T. Warner, at the Black-Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1717. 1st Edition. Physical desc.: 120 p. 21 cm. Subject: Hamilton family. Hamilton, James Douglas, Duke of, 1658-1712. ESTC citation no.: N10316. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Gilt raised bands with a red morocco gilt-blocked label. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. Book has faint marginal scattered foxing with slight staining with page edges uncut.

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.]
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        Index Librorum Prohibitorum usque ad totum mensem Martii MDCCXVII. Regnante Clemente XI

      Rome: Typographia Camera Apostolica, 1717 Book. Fine. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (163x104 mm). [20], 531 pp. Contemporary blind stamped pigskin over wooden boards with brass catches and clasps. Title somewhat stained, otherwise virtually unspotted and unstained. Provenance: Monastery of St. Nicholas, Innsbruck with their dated inscription (1721) on the title-page and final leaf. An exceptionally fine copy of a rare edition of the Church Index of Prohibited Books. ---- This was something sparked off by the Reformation and first issued in 1543 and was then first published in 1559. Thereafter the office of the Apostolic Camera periodically published updated catalogues of books deemed to be dangerous to faith and morals. This particular issue reprints the 1710 Decree of Clement XI prohibiting discussion of the Coeremoniarum Sinensium, or Chinese Rites. These concerned the elements of Confucianism that Fr Matteo Ricci S.J. had incorporated into the brand of Catholicism propagated in the Sino-Manchu Empire..

      [Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books]
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        A COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE MYSTERY AND MANAGEMENT OF BEES

      London, printed for the author, [1717].. Containg Instructions how to manage them with respect to their BREEDING, GATHERING, SWARMING, HIVING, FEEDING etc to considerable Advantage: Also Directions whereby the Governor or Queen-Bee may be distinctly known; together with several curious Matters concerning them, deduced chiefly from Experience. Being the most valuable Discovery hitherto found out. FIRST EDITION, 1771. LACKS FRONTISPIECE NOW SUPPLIED IN FACSIMILE ON OLD PAPER. 8vo, approximately 230 x 145 mm, 9 x 5½ inches, facsimile frontispiece, pages: xvi, 1-94 plus 1 leaf with explanation of frontispiece, original paper wrappers, spine repaired with matching linen, pages untrimmed. Paper wrappers slightly ragged at edges, occasional small tear to margins, not affecting text, some margins slightly dusty, old ink name and date on upper wrapper, otherwise a very good copy. See: British Bee Books A Bibliography 1500-1976 by International Bee Research Association, page 90 and Descriptive Catalogue of Bee- Books, Collected by Lt.-Col. Walker, page 76. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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        [Arcana Politico-Atheistica] Johann Lassenii Arcana politico-atheistica, oder, Politische Geheimniss vieler hin und wieder der heutiges Tages einreissenden unartigen Atheisten in einigen Gesprächen entdecket und entworffen

      Hannover, Freitag 1717. 14 cm. (22), 210 Seiten mit gestochenem Frontispiz. Buntpapier-Umschlag der Zeit - Dünnhaupt 27.7 - NDB 13, 675 - Jantz 1579 - Bircher B 4514 - Letzte von Dünnhaupt beschriebene Ausgabe der antijesuitischen Polemik, die Lassenius eine Gefängnisstrafe eintrug. Dieses Exemplar mit einem sonst nicht bekannten emblematischen Frontispiz. Es zeigt einen in einen Spiegel schauenden Mann; auf seiner Mütze ein Affe, der ebenfalls in einen Spiegel schaut. Stellenweise schwach gebräunt, ohne die letzten 3 weißen Blatt. -

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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        La mendicità sbandita col sovvenimento de' poveri. Tanto nelle città, che ne' borghi, luoghi e terre de' Stai di quà e di là da' monti e colli di Sua Maestà Vittorio Amedeo.

      Maireffe, Radix., Torino. 1717 - In 8°, p. pelle, pp. VIII + 196. UNITO: Istruzioni e regole degli Ospizj Generali per li poveri da fondarsi in tutti gli Stati ., pp. 144. UNITO: Instruzioni e regole delle Congregazioni di carità., pp. 52. UNITO : Nuova aggiunta al libro della mendicità sbandita col sovvenimento de' poveri., pp. 34. Front. fig.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone]
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        A Voyage to the South-Sea, and along the Coasts of Chili and Peru

      London,: Jonah Bowyer, 1717.. Quarto, with 22 maps and plans and 15 engraved plates and views, title printed in red & black; an attractive copy in contemporary polished calf, neat repair to front joint; spine with unusual decoration in black & blind, banded and lettered in gilt. First English edition, with a new postscript by Edmund Halley dealing with South American navigation. FrÈzier sailed under the Horn to reach the west coast of South America, and his description and maps (especially those of the west coast anchorages) were much used by later navigators. He gives good descriptions of Chile and Peru. One of his odder claims to fame is that he introduced the strawberry to Europe from Chile. It is illustrated here.'FrÈzier, a French royal military engineer, was under contract to sail to the Spanish possessions in South America to construct forts for defence against English and Dutch attacks. The French government also ordered him to chart the western coast of South America in order that they would have some knowledge of that area for possible military operations. The first part of the book gives an interesting account of the voyage from France around Cape Horn and was used by contemporary and even by later navigators. The second part relates to the voyage along the coasts of Chile and Peru, describing the chief towns and cities. FrÈzier, a man of observation, brought back information of considerable geographical and scientific value. Much data is included about the native inhabitants...' (Hill).Borba de Moraes, p. 328; Hill, 654.

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        A Voyage to the South-Sea, and Along the Coasts of Chili and Peru, in the Years 1712, 1713, and 1714, particularly describing the genius and constitution of the inhabitants, as well Indians as Spaniards: their customs and manners; their natural history, mines, commodities, traffick with Europe, &c. ... With a postscript by Dr. Edmund Halley

      London: Printed for Jonah Bowyer, 1717. 4to. (9 3/8 x 7 inches). Title in red and black. 37 engraved maps and views (22 maps [15 folding], 13 plates [1 folding] and 2 folding profiles). Contemporary panelled calf (rebacked), modern dark blue shot silk-covered box. First edition in English of this important Pacific voyage, after the original French edition published in Paris in 1716. According to Hill the present first edition in English "is preferred ... because it contains a postscript by Edmund Halley ... which corrects certain geographical errors made by Frézier." Other authorities agree: "This English edition is much sought after" (Borba de Moraes). "The relation of M. Frezier has always been highly esteemed from his character as an author of great truthfulness, as well as for the numerous exact maps with which it is illustrated" (Field). A "production of unrivaled interest and beauty" (Sabin). This book is unusual in that, with the exception of the specially produced frontispiece/route map, all the maps and plates are printed from the same printing plates as were used for the engravings in the first edition published in French in Paris. The author, "a French Royal military engineer, was under contract to sail to Spanish possessions in South America to construct forts for defense against English and Dutch attacks. The French government also ordered him to chart the western coast of South America ... The first part of this book gives an interesting account of the voyage from France around Cape Horn ... The second part relates to the voyage along the coasts of Chile and Peru, describing the chief towns and cities. The observant Frézier brought back information of considerable geographical and scientific value. Much data is included about the native inhabitants ... Frézier introduced the ancestor of the modern strawberry to France from Chile." (Hill p.231) The maps depict South America or the location of anchorages and cities visited during the voyage. The plates illustrate the natives and their customs. Borba de Moraes, p.329; Cox II, 627; European Americana 717/66; Field 568; Hill (2004) 654; Sabin 25924; Spence 482.

      [Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books]
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        Historia Bibliothecae Fabricianae

      Titles in red & black. Six vols. 4to, cont. vellum over boards (a few bindings a little warped). Wolfenbüttel: 1717-18-19-21-22-24. First edition of this catalogue which rarely appears on the market. Fabricius (1644-1729), was a leading classical philologist and inspector of the schools of the Duchy of Brunswick-Luneburg. This is "a biobibliographical dictionary. It is a roughly classified list of books owned by Johannes Fabricius, with brief but very valuable accounts of the life and writings of the various authors. Since larger and more recent reference works often do not mention these authors, who were chiefly minor sixteenth- and seventeenth-century scholars, Fabricius is likely to give helpful information. Fabricius was obviously more interested in giving this information than in making a catalogue of his library, for the Historia does not claim to be a complete catalogue."­Taylor, Book Catalogues, p. 7­(& see pp. 11, 108, 186, & 204). Minor browning but a fine set. Brunet, II. 1154­"Cet ouvrage, travaillé avec soin et qu'on a souvent cité." .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        The Clergy-Man's Recreation : Shewing the Pleasure and Profit of the Art of Gardening. [With:] The Gentleman's Recreation : or the Second Part of the Art of Gardening Improved. Containing Several New Experiments and Curious Observations relating to Fruit Trees: Particularly a New Method of Building Walls with Horizontal Shelters

      London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, between the Temple Gates in Fleet Street, 1717. Two works bound as one. Octavo, 84 & [19], 115, [1] pages. Fifth and Second editions, respectively. The "first original eighteenth century English treatise on gardening" [Henrey, p. 415], together with its companion, The Gentleman's Recreation. In 1718, following the printing of this volume, a third work was added, The Fruit-garden Kalendar... in order to make his "two former treatises of gardening compleat, and if possible more intelligible." [from the preface of The Fruit-garden Kalendar]. The works are devoted almost entirely to fruit culture, and contains one of the earliest published records of transmission of a virus by grafting. The second volume work contains an 11 page appendix, written by the author's brother, Edward Laurence, outlining a method for finding a Meridian Line, and an advertisement for a forthcoming book titled Timber, Measured and Valued. A few small wormholes to the bottom margin of a signature or two of the second work. Folding plate number one with a closed tear along the fold. Otherwise generally very good internally. In full brown, blind-tooled calf, with raised bands, and a now illegible paper label. Hinges cracked externally, but holding. Overall, good or better. With the bookplate, and ownership signature to the title page of Mr. Edward Stratford, Armorer and Earl of Aldborough. [Henrey 937, 943; Fussell, Old English Farming Books page 101].

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        OVID'S METAMORPHOSIS IN FIFTEEN BOOKS

      London: Jacob Tonson, 1717. Front cover detached. Cover designs in blind-stamp. Panelled spine. Rear cover rubbed, several white spots that look like old dried paint. Bound by Adams Bindery. Marbled endleaves. Worming lower edge with single pinhole through the entire book. Engraved title-page and portrait of the Princess of Wales. Water-staining is noted intermittently throughthe book on free edge, Eighteen finely-engraved full=page plates with evidence of water-stain on reverse of most, but not visible in the plate.. Fine typography with wide margins. Publius Ovidius Naso (43BC-AD18?) was a Roman poet whose works greatly influenced English art and literature. He is ranked with Virgil and Horace as the three conooanonic poets of Latin literature. 548pp. Priced with defects as noted. See photographs. Postage will be extra due to the size and weight of the book.. Full Brown Pigskin. General Moderate Cover Wear/No Jacket. Folio.

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        Der accurate Scheider und künstliche Probierer, Welcher gründlich zeiget und beschreibet I. Die Erzeugung der Metallen und Mineralien insgemein, samt deren Erkänntniß, II. Was Scheiden und Probieren sey, auch wie solches vorzunehmen, sowohl im nassen als trockenen Wege, III. Die Schmeltzung und Pobierung allerhand guter und geringer Ertze, nach ihren eigentlichen rechten Gehalt, auch auf Gold und Silber, IV. Zum Probieren dienliche Mittel und Wege, als Probier-Wagen, Gewichte, Capellen, [et]c. und deren Verfertigung, samt Bereitung verschiedener scharffer, zum Schmeltzen und Probieren dienlicher Wasser, [et]c.; Alles ... zusammen getragen und mit nöthigen Registern ausgefertiget, Von Val. Kräutermann, Med. Pr. Thur

      Arnstadt, Niedt 1717. 18 cm. (14), 311, (9) Seiten mit gestochenem Frontispiz. Pergamentband der Zeit - Darmstaedter, Bergb. 200 - Ferchl 223 - Ferguson I, 480 - Hoover-Coll. 394 - Hellwig (1663 - 1721; Pseud.: Valentin Kräutermann) war praktischer Arzt in Weißenfels und anderen Orten Thüringens. Beschreibt metallurgische Verfahren aus der Praxis des Verfassers zur weiteren Vervollkommnung der Scheide- und Probierkunst (siehe Vorrede). Vorsatz, Frontispiz und Titel leicht stockfleckig -

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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        THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER AND ADMINISTRATION OF THE SACRAMENTS AND OTHER RITES AND CEREMONIES OF THE CHURCH ACCORDING TO THE USE OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND

      London: Engraved and Printed by the Permission of John Baskett ... Sold by John Sturt, Engraver ..., 1717.. xxii,162,[2]pp. comprised of engraved dedication, prefatory matter and text, advert leaf and 4pp. subscribers list. Octavo. Richly bound in modern black morocco, raised bands, gilt spine label, boards with decorative roll in blind around edges, edges with original silvering. A bit of foxing to retained original binder's blanks, uniform slight toning to textblock, otherwise near fine, with the paper volvelle on p. V unsullied by time or abuse. Enclosed in a ultra suede-lined cloth folding chemise. First edition, printing in octavo format. This is the variant/impression in which page V has an ornamental border composed almost entirely of cherubs and there is no roman numeral at the head of the page. It is also one of the less common copies with the margins, initials and textblocks ruled in red. All aspects of the contents were executed by English engraver and calligrapher, John Sturt via silverplate engraving. Each page is surrounded by a delicate border, and many pages of the main text include one or more of a total of 129 different engraved scenes relevant to the particular text. Sturt (1658-1730) engraved most of the works of English writing-master, John Ayres, and contributed engravings to a number of religious or illustrated publications of his time. The advert leaf enumerates several of them, including the 1721 edition of THE ORTHODOX COMMUNICANT - suggesting that the advert leaf was revised as copies were bound and sold in the years following publication. There were also an unspecified number of copies imposed in 4to format, and yet other copies appear without red rules enhancing the borders and text blocks. ROTHSCHILD 1987. ESTC T141241. GRIFFITHS 1717.2 (illustrated). LOWNDES, p.1493.

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        The Sinner's Complaints to God: Being Devout Entertainments of the Soul with God, Fitted for All States and Conditions of Christians Whatever Their Circumstances or Necessities Be

      1717. Second Edition. Leather Bound. Good: A reasonably presentable copy. All notable faults: One long tear and some edgewear on the title page, moderate to heavy foxing, a few annoations, loss to the corners of D10-12 and I3, one long tear to page [Ff12] and moderate wear to the edges of numerous pages. 16662. <b> Bibliographical Details: </b> Second Edition.

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        Annales rerum Anglicarum et Hibernicarum regnante Elizabetha / Guilielmi Camdeni ; e codice præclaro Smithiano, propria auctoris manu correcto, multisque magni momenti additionibus locupletato ... eruit ediditque Tho. Hearnius, qui & alium codicem e` bibliotheca Rawlinsoniana adhibuit - [Complete in 3 volumes]

      [London] : [T. Hearne], 1717. 1st Edition. Physical description; [4], clxxxiii, [24], 199 p : ill, ports ; 21 cm. Author statement precedes title on title-page. Initials, headpieces. Edited by Thomas Hearne. Reference: ESTC t151912. Subjects; Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603. Other names Hearne, Thomas, 1678-1735. Language; Latin. Very good copiesa all in the original, full aniline calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with contrasting Morocco gilt-blocked labels; very impressively finished. Remains a particularly well-preserved set overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        A Voyage to the South-Sea, and along the Coasts of Chili and Peru

      London,: Jonah Bowyer,, 1717.. Quarto, with 22 maps and plans and 15 engraved plates and views; an attractive copy in contemporary calf, gilt, spine gilt in compartments with double labels. Rare: the first English edition, with a new postscript by Edmund Halley dealing with South American navigation. FrÈzier sailed under the Horn to reach the west coast of South America, and his description and maps (especially those of the west coast anchorages) were much used by later navigators. He gives good descriptions of Chile and Peru. One of his odder claims to fame is that he introduced the strawberry to Europe from Chile. It is illustrated here.'FrÈzier, a French royal military engineer, was under contract to sail to the Spanish possessions in South America to construct forts for defence against English and Dutch attacks. The French government also ordered him to chart the western coast of South America in order that they would have some knowledge of that area for possible military operations. The first part of the book gives an interesting account of the voyage from France around Cape Horn and was used by contemporary and even by later navigators. The second part relates to the voyage along the coasts of Chile and Peru, describing the chief towns and cities. FrÈzier, a man of observation, brought back information of considerable geographical and scientific value. Much data is included about the native inhabitants... The first English translation contains the same engravings as the original, but is preferred to the latter because it contains a postscript by Edmund Halley (of comet fame) which corrects certain geographical errors...' (Hill).Borba de Moraes, p. 329; Hill, 654; James Ford Bell, F1240.

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        El mejor Guzmán de los Buenos, N.P.S. Domingo, Patriarca de los Predicadores. Tomo Primero

      (Barcelona, en la Imprenta de Juan Pablo Marti, a costa de los Herederos de Gabriel de Leon, s.a., pero 1717). Folio; frontispicio grabado, 3 hs., 426 pp., 120-20 hs. sin numerar. Pérdida de la mitad inferior de la portada. Encuadernación en pergamino de la época.

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        Abrege Chronologique De L&#39;histoire De France (4 Volumes)

      A Paris : Chez Michel Clousier, 1717. Leather Bound. Good. Complete in 4 Volumes. 4to. French. Collated. [2], 600 pp.; [2], 648 pp., [50]; 588 pp., [38], [8], 612 pp., [54]. Contemporary speckled calf. Six compartments with detailed flourishes and five raised bands. Tight binding and good covers. All volumes have worn hinges and rubbing to extremities. Volume 1 has chipping to head and tail of spine. Loss of tail compartment on spine, small piece of spine head, and a section of the back board near tail of spine. Volume 2 has chipping to head and tail of spine with loss to majority of tail compartment. Volume 3 has chipping to head and tail of spine with minimal to no loss. Volume 4 has chipping to head and tail of spine with very minimal loss. <br>Sections are by monarch with a portrait at the beginning of each section. Volume 3 has pin sized holes from worming in top corner margin of most pages. Volume 4 has similar pin sized hole in top corner margin approximately the back third of the pages. Minimal scattered foxing. Otherwise, interior pages of all volumes are clean and unmarked.<br> Please see our pictures of this set. Ships daily. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US.

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        Abrege Chronologique de l&#39;Histoire de France. 3 vols complete 1717

      Par la Compagnie des Libraires 1717. later edition. Hardback. Very Good/No Jacket. 3 volumes (complete) 1717 full contemporary calf, spines gilt, rubbed with some minor loss at extremities of spine, leather loss to foot of vol 1. A few small tears with small loss to middle of end leaves of vol 1. Collates : I - pp612, {38], II - pp647 {26} III - 588 {19}All volumes complete with royal portraits. 4to

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        Jeffery Amherst ASL to Lord Sydney

      Montreal {House in UK] : AMHERST, Jeffery (1717-1797), 1789. 1st Edition. No binding. Very Good. AUTHOR SIGNED. Letter written to "Lord Sydney" THOMAS TOWNSHEND, 1733-1800 ASL contents: Montreal, 14th April, 1789 and reads: ... "My Lord I have the honour of your lordships&#39; letter acquainting me you had presented to the King the Address of the Lieutenant Governor and of the States of the Island of Gurnsey congratulating his Majesty on the happy reestablishment of his health which his majesty was pleased to receive in the most gracious manner. I am much obliged to your Lordship for the information which I will immediately communicate to the Lieutenant Governor and of the States of the Island. I am with great respect my Lord. Your Lordships most humble and obedient servant Amherst" & Very good condition.& , Amherst held the office of Governor of Guernsey between 1770 and 1797., This letter likely a reference to Geo III&#39;s problems with porphyria, from which he suffered. George III had a particularly severe form of porphyria. His first attack occurred in 1765, four years after his marriage to Queen Charlotte. Further signs of the disease showed up in 1788-1789. From 1811 to the time of his death in 1820 the royal patient became progressively insane and blind. He was nursed in isolation, and kept in straight jackets and behind bars in his private apartments at Windsor Castle & Amherst served as the nominal Crown Governor of Virginia from 1759-1768, though Francis Fauquier continued his role as acting governor from the previous term. During this period he also served as the first Governor General of British North America from 1760-1763. This office still exists as the Canadian monarch&#39;s representative in Canada. Amherst was raised to the peerage in 1776, as Baron Amherst of Holmesdale. During the American Revolutionary War he rejected a field command, since he had close relations with numerous personalities of the opposite side. He was promoted to Brigadier General in 1778, and became Commander-in-Chief of the Forces. He was replaced as Commander-in-Chief in February, 1782 by Henry Seymour Conway. Amherst again became Commander-in-Chief in 1793. He retired from that post in 1795, and was promoted to the rank of Field Marshal the following year. Amherst died on 3 August 1797.

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        Ovid&#39;s Metamorphoses in Fifteen Books

      London: Jacob Tonson, 1717. [6], xx [4], 548 pages. Bound in three quarter vellum over brown cloth. Besides having all 18 plates (as in the Huntington copy), it is beautifully extra-illustrated with twenty-four full size plates from the Temple of the Muses by Bernard Picart (1673-1733) whose excellence in portraiture and ornamental design along with mythological and religious subjects makes his work among the best of the 18th century. Some toning and few minor spots not affecting the text. In addition, there are fifteen excellent full page wood cuts not identified and one hundred and forty-five smaller engravings.. A Very Good Copy. Folio. (16 ½" X 10 ¼").

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        The wisdom of God manifested in the works of the creation: in two parts, viz. The heavenly bodies, elements, meteors, fossils, vegetables, animals ... and in the admirable structure of the bodies of man, and other animals

      London : printed by R. Harbin, for William Innys ..., 1717. 7th Edition. Physical desc.: [1] pl. (front.), [1] l., [22] p., pp. [17]-405 : 1 port. (front.) ; 20 cm. Subject: Natural theology. Science - Early works to 1800. Referenced by: ESTC t093667, Keynes, 66. Frontispiece engraved by G. Vertue. Divisional title-page. Very good copy in the original, full, blind-tooled aniline calf. Professionally and period sympathetically re-backed with a red Morocco gilt-blocked label; very impressively finished. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of The Church of England; Together with The Psalter or Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be Sung or Said in Churches

      London: John Sturt and John Baskett, 1717. First edition, first state. Leather Bound. Near Fine. John Sturt. 5 1/2 x 8 inches. 8vo. 22 + 166 pages. Front hinge and front endpaper expertly reattached by conservator with Japanese tissue. Marbled endpaper and following ffep contain inscription "The gift of Lady Parkyns to her Daughter Anne Parkyns May 7th 1740." Engraved armorial bookplate of Sir William Milman on front endpaper, partially obscuring one of the inscriptions. Small area where a name was erased from marbled endpaper interrupting marbling. Each page beautifully engraved by John Sturt on silver plates. More than 130 engraved vignettes ranging in size from 41 mm x 55 mm to 84 mm x 55 mm, numerous other smaller in-text vignettes, initials, head and tailpieces, etc. Each page with elaborate engraved border. This edition also double red ruled. Volvelle present in original state on page V, thus first state. Pages very clean with small occasional minor smudge. All page edges gilt, with small "spot" loss of gilt at top. Griffiths 1717/1. Bound in contemporary dark green crushed calf with elaborate gilt borders and central lozenge. Elaborate gilt decoration to spine. Slight bleaching to spine, and small losses to corners. Sturt&#39;s rare and beautifully silver-engraved Book of Common Prayer with volvelle in original state.

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        Imolensis de Aure Humana Tractatus...Quibus Interposita Est Musculorum Uvulae atque Pharyngis [Treatise of the Human Ear]

      [Italy]: Guilielmum vande Water, 1717.. [Second Edition]. Full leather cover. G: in good condition without dust jacket. Cover rubbed with wear to extremities and spine. Rebacked ex library copy with book stamps of the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland to prelim pages. Inner hinges cracked. Scattered foxing. Ink inscription to fep. 220mm x 160mm (9" x 6"). [12pp], 143pp + index. Ten engraved folding plates bound in to the rear (together with duplicate of plate eight). Antonius Maria Valsalva 1666-1723 an eminent Italian anatomist and the first to define the ear's three parts: outer, middle and inner, and to explain their relative functions. The results of his research were published after his death by his pupil Morgagni. Valsalva's work ranks among the best in this field. It deals with the anatomy and physiology of the organ of hearing and chapters on the pathology of the ear are added. The present work includes useful contributions to the anatomy and surgery of which the best remembered is Valsalva's delineation of the sinuses of the aorta, still called 'Valsalva's sinuses.

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        Aritmetica Practica y Especulativa.

      Madrid, por Angel Pasqual Rubio, 1717. 4to.; 2 hs., 275 ff., 7 hs. Ejemplar con pequeños puntos de polilla en las cuatro hojas finales de Tabla. Encuadernación de época, en pergamino. Rara edición de un clásico de la Matemática española, con abundantes datos históricos sobre el desarrollo de dicha Ciencia y aportaciones propias, de las cuales hicieron cumplido elogio Domingo Zapata y Francisco Sánchez el Brocense en la introducción al «Libro de Algebra». A destacar los curiosos ejemplos de la vida cotidiana que Pérez de Moya utiliza en el planteamiento de problemas matemáticos: «Caso de dos regatonas que vendían melones», «Caso del cozinero que necesitaba un par de huevos», et alii...

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        Introduction a la Geographie avec una description historique sur touttes les parties de la terre.

      Danet 1717 In 16°; pagg. (2), 197, (8). Sei grandi tavole ripiegate f.t. fra cui un mappamondo, una tavola raffigurante globi e quattro tav. con i quattro continenti, tutte incise in rame. Testo incorniciato da bordura. Piena pelle coeva, dorso a nervi con fregi e titolo in oro. Buon esemplare con qualche strappo restaurato alle carte e qualche traccia d'uso e piccoli difetti alla legatura. Nota di possesso al foglio di guardia iniziale.

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        Mappe-Monde ou Carte Generale de la Terre

      Raffigurazione del mondo in due emisferi. L?emisfero occidentale presenta la California come un?isola, quello orientale l?Austalia collegata alla Nuova Guinea, mentre della Nuova Zelanda si scorge un timido accenno. La mappa è attorniata da nove medaglioni raffiguranti il ritratto di famosi esploratori, tra i quali Magellano, Vespucci, Marco Polo, Dampier, Schouten, La Salle e Tachard. Restauro da strappo a destra al centro mm 226x338

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        La Vie et les Sentimens de Lucilio Vanini. [ Edition originale ]

      Aux Dépens de Gaspar Fritsch 1717 1 vol. in-12 rel. de l'époque plein veau marbré, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Aux Dépens de Gaspar Fritsch, Rotterdam, 1717, xxxiii-260 pp. et 3 ff. n. ch. Edition originale. Etat satisfaisant (petite fente à un mors, petits mq. de cuir en plat et coupes, petite restauration au dernier f., petite mouill. marginale en tête aux derniers feuillets, jolie reliure avec motif à la couronne d'épine entourant les mots "Jésus Maria" au dos en queue). Français

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        Dictionarium Rusticum, Urbanicum & Botanicum, or, A Dictionary of Husbandry, Gardening, Trade, Commerce and all sorts of Country Affairs: 2nd Ed. Revised, Corrected and Improved with the Addition of above a Thousand Articles;

      London, J Nicholson, 1717.. HARDBACK, full-calf with blind embossed design on covers, raised bands on spine, gilt lettering on red spine label, un-paginated, all edges speckled, some wood- and copper-cuts, plates 2 (1 folding), 120mm x 198mm (4.75" x 7.75"), former owners signature on front end-paper and title-page, tail and corners lightly bumped and rubbed, covers and spine a little marked, spine a little browned, some light marginal spotting, very small part of one page corner missing (not affecting text), otherwise a very fine, bright and clean copy. British Bee Books No. 71. Bee matter is taken chiefly from Worlidge, but also from Hartlib, Virgil, etc. Some list this work under Wortlidge and it is often catalogued under Nathaniel Bailey, who compiled the Dictionarium domesticum (90). From the S A Baldwin Bee Library, ex-Geoffrey Lawes 71. 1.1Kg This is a heavy item and will incur additional postage.

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        Jeffery AMHERST ASL "letter of recommendation" for Barrington Bradshaw (to unkonwn) UK Manusricpt 1796

      Montreal House, Kent UK (near Sevenoaks): AMHERST, Jeffery (1717-1797), 1796. 1st Edition. No binding. Very Good. Author signed. ASL contents: [Kent], July 17, 1796, and reads: ... "Mr. Barrington Bradshaw who was a Captain in the second Regiment of Life Guards and who sold out of the Corps very contrary to my wishes, is at present setting out for the East Indies and has desired I would write a line in his favour. I comply with Mr. Bradshaws desire with great pleasure from the very good opinion I have of him in every respect, and from the confidence I entertain of his real merit, that he will prove himself deserving of any favour and protection you may honour him with... " Small loss at left from removal of recipients name, toning, else VG. , ASL, Amherst 1p. quarto, (22.5 cm x 18cm,) Montreal [House], docket names on reverse. Written one year before Amherst died on 3 August 1797. Barrington died in the East Indies in 1804 , Amherst served as the nominal Crown Governor of Virginia from 1759-1768, though Francis Fauquier continued his role as acting governor from the previous term. During this period he also served as the first Governor General of British North America from 1760-1763. This office still exists as the Canadian monarch&#39;s representative in Canada. Amherst was raised to the peerage in 1776, as Baron Amherst of Holmesdale. During the American Revolutionary War he rejected a field command, since he had close relations with numerous personalities of the opposite side. He was promoted to Brigadier General in 1778, and became Commander-in-Chief of the Forces. He was replaced as Commander-in-Chief in February, 1782 by Henry Seymour Conway. Amherst again became Commander-in-Chief in 1793. He retired from that post in 1795, and was promoted to the rank of Field Marshal the following year.

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        A voyage to the South-Sea, and along the coasts of Chili and Peru, in the years 1712, 1713, and 1714. Particularly describing the genius and constitution of the inhabitants, as well Indians as Spaniards: their customs and manners, their natural history, mines, commodities, traffick with Europe, &c. With a postscript by Edmund Halley and an account of the settlement, commerce, and riches of the Jesuites in Paraguay.

      4°. 7 n.n. Bl., 335 S., 9 n.n. S. Index. Mit 37 Kupfertafeln (davon 24 [17 gefalteten] Karten und Pläne). Kalblederband der Zeit mit blindgeprägter mehrfacher Deckelfiletierung, Mittelstück mit Rollstempelverzierung und Eckfleurons. Borba de Moraes I, 329. - Palau 94965. - Sabin 25926. - Nissen ZBI 1433. - Erste englische Ausgabe. Erschien 1716 auf Französisch, jedoch ohne den Anhang von Edmund Halley (dem Kometenhalley) und dem anonymen Bericht über die Jesuiten in Paraguay. Frezier, aus einer aus Schottland nach Frankreich zurückgewanderten Familie stammend, wurde 1682 in Chambéry geboren, studierte in Paris und wirkte als Militäringenieur in verschiedenen Gebieten. So gilt sein Werk 'Traité des feux d'artifice', erstmals 1706 erschienen, als Standardwerk der Feuerwerksliteratur. Beauftragt vom französischen Hofe, die Verteidigungsanlagen der Spanier in Südamerika auszuspionieren und gleichzeitig die Resultate der Vermessungen der Expedition von Louis Feuillée in den Jahren 1707 bis 1712 zu überprüfen, nutzte Frezier den Aufenthalt für vielfältige naturwissenschaftliche Studien. So beschreibt Frezier die Chilenische Erdbeere (Fragaria Chilonesis) und brachte diese Frucht erstmals nach Europa. Seine Karten und Bemerkungen zum Kap Hoorn wurden bis ins 19. Jahrhundert geschätzt und seine Beschreibungen der Urbevölkerung Argentiniens, Chiles und Perus und der frühen europäischen Siedlungen galten als vorbildlich. Mit Ausnahme des Frontispiz wurden für die vorliegende Ausgabe die Kupferplatten der französischen Ausgabe verwendet. Durch das 3seitige Postscriptum Halleys und der zusätzlichen Beschreibung der Jesuitenmissionen gewinnt die vorliegende Ausgabe noch an Bedeutung. Die Karten und Ansichten mit Details aus Sta. Catharina, Feuerland, La Conception, Santiago, Valparaiso, Lima, Arica, San Salvador de Bahia u.a. Mit einer bemerkswerten frühen Darstellung des Golfspiels. Die vollständige Anzahl der Illustrationen beläuft sich, entgegen dem Titel, auf 38 (statt 37) Tafeln. - Der fliegende Vorsatz gelockert sonst fleckenfreies Exemplar. Der schöne Einband leicht berieben. - First English edition. Edited in French in 1716, but without the postscript by Edmund Halley (the one who gave the name to the comet) and the anonymous report on the Jesuits in Paraguay. Frezier, member of a French family emigrated to Scotland and having returned to France, was born in Chambéry in 1682, studied in Paris and became a military engineer with very diversified interests. Thus his 'Traité des feux d'artifice', first edited in 1706, is considered a reference work on fireworks. Sent on orders of the French court to spy on the Spanish forts and settlements in South America and to verify the calculations done by the expedition of Louis Feuillée between 1707 and 1712, Frezier brought back invaluable scientific information from his stays. He thus describes the Chilean strawberry (Fragaria Chilonesis) and brought this fruit to Europe for the first time. His maps and descriptions of Cape Horn were very much considered in the 19th century and his descriptions of the Argentine, Chilean and Peruvian native populations and the early European settlements were amongst the most appreciated. With the exception of the frontispiece, the above edition contains the same copper plates as those of the French publication. This edition is particularly valued for the 3-paged postscript by Halley and the additional description of the Jesuit missions. The maps and views of Sta. Catharina, Tierra del Fuego, La Conception, Santiago, Valparaiso, Lima, Arica, San Salvador de Bahia and others. With a remarkable representation of early golf. The total number of plates is 38, not as proposed on the title (37 plates). The endpaper is loosened but otherwise an immaculate copy. The beautiful binding is slightly worn. [10 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]

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        Altes und Neues aus der gelehrten Welt.

      8°. 891 S., 12 n.n. S. Register. Mit 5 gefalteten, gestochenen Tafeln. 12 Stück in 1 Band. Kirchner I, 43. - Vollständige Folge der ersten historischen Zeitschrift der Schweiz. Über Inschriften, Manuskripte, Objekte, Biographien. In jedem Band Besprechungen neuer Bücher. Durch ein Register erschlossen. Vorsätze und einige Seiten leicht stockfleckig. Einbandrücken fachgerecht restauriert. - Selten.

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        De aure humana tractatus, in quo integra auris fabrica, multis novis inventis & iconismis illustrata, describitur, omniunque ejus partium indagantur. Quibus interposita est musulorum unvulae, atque pharyngis nova descriptio, et delineatio.

      4°. 6 n.n., 143 S., 13 n.n. S. Index. Mit 10 gestochenen, gefalteten Tafeln. Lederband der Zeit mit rotem, goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und wenig Rückenvergoldung. Blake 468. - Vgl. Garrison-M 1546 und Norman 2125. (beide für erste Ausgabe Bologna 1704). - Dritte Ausgabe der zentralen anatomischen Beschreibung des Ohres . Valsalva (1666-1723) teilte als Erster das Ohr in drei Teile ein: Das äussere, das mittlere und das Innenohr. Er schuf eine ganze Reihe von anatomischen Begriffen in der Ohrenheilkunde. - Die ersten 20 Blatt mit schwachem Wasserrand. Stellenweise schwach stockfleckig. Titel mit altem Stempel "Gabinet de M. de St. Albin" und montiertem Exlibris auf dem hinteren Deckel "Dr. Flandrins, 1902". Einbanddeckel etwas bestossen.

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        COMPLEET NEDERDUITSCH EN FRANSCH WOORDENBOEK

      1717. Good. MARIN, Pieter. DICTIONNAIRE COMPLET HOLLANDOIS ET FRANCOIS. COMPLEET NEDERDUITSCH EN FRANSCH WOORDENBOEK. Amsterdam, printed for the author in de Wye-Capelsteeg, and also to be found at the Widow Gysbert de Groot and Pieter de Coup, 1710 and 1717. Quarto. Two volumes. [xl]1208[4]; [xx]1062pp. First edition, with both volumes signed by the author on the "copye van de Privilegie" page. The first volume, published in 1710, has French to Dutch vocabulary; the second, 1717, is Dutch to French. Both have engraved allegorical titlepages, explained in Dutch on a separate, printed leaf. The author promises to follow the usage of the French Academy, and to include terms of the "necessary arts, curious notes, historical remarks, and other items encouraging a taste for good literature." In early vellum, dried, broken and soiled. Volume I is detached from its covers, with the 20 leaves of prelims disbound, with some staining and tattering, but no loss to printed area. Volume II clings to its covers by two cords, shows dampstaining to last quarter of text, with two final blanks detached and key to frontispiece torn. Clearly in need of, and worthy of, a binder's help. This important dictionary was reprinted in 1720, 1728, 1730, and 1743. Both the OCLC and the Cordell Collection list only later editions. (See Vancil p.159).

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        Göteborg, Amund Grefwe, 1668.

      4:o. (8),+ 67,+ (17) s. Fläckig och med fuktränder. Modernt skinnband med blinddekorerad rygg. Titelbladet med ägarnamnteckningar bl.a. Georg Svebilius, daterad 1717, samt äldre stämpel. Collijn sp. 490. Andra upplagan. Den första tryckningen av sjölagen gjordes i Stockholm året innan

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        De Officio Locumtenentis in Guberniis Sac Consultae Tractatus

      1717. Seta, Joannes Baptista Ascanius. De Officio Locumtenentis in Guberniis Sac. Consultae Tractatus: In quo Habentur Observationes & Regulae non Minus Utiles Quam Necessarie pro Iisdem Guberniis Recte Administrandis in Re Criminali & Politica; & Pro Rite Interpretandis, Extendendis, & Successive Exequendis Cunctis Rescriptis a Sac. Consulta Fieri Solitis in Causarum Criminalium Expeditionibus, Atque Provisionibus, cum Permultis Decretis, Tam Eiusdem Sac. Conf., Quam Aliarum Sac. Cong. Suis in Locis Ordine Dispositis Et Obiter de Jurisdictione Episcoporum Contra Inquisitores, & Eorum Familiares, & e Contra; Necnon Epitome Criminalis Judicii. Et Tandem, In hac Secunda Editione Praedictis Adnectuntur Quamplura Vota Criminalia ad Sacram Consultam Transmissa, Eiusdemque Bannimenta Generalia. Lucca: Typis Marescandoli, 1717. [viii], 307 pp. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (12" x 8"). Contemporary vellum, raised bands and early hand-lettered title to spine. Light soiling, staining and shelfwear, boards somewhat bowed, partial crack in text block between front free endpaper and title page. Woodcut head and tail-pieces. Some toning, light browning in a few places, internally clean. * Second and final edition. Text in Latin and Italian. First published in 1700, this rare treatise provides a comprehensive overview of Italian criminal law, procedure and courts on the cusp of the Enlightenment. It describes the system that Beccaria hoped to reform. OCLC locates three copies in North America, all of the 1717 edition (at Princeton University and Harvard and UC-Berkeley Law Schools). KVK locates 12 copies, 4 of the 1717 edition, all in Italy. Not in the British Museum Catalogue.

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        Jeffery Amherst ASL to Lord Sydney

      Montreal {House in UK] : AMHERST, Jeffery (1717-1797), 1789. 1st Edition. No binding. Very Good. AUTHOR SIGNED. Letter written to "Lord Sydney" THOMAS TOWNSHEND, 1733-1800 ASL contents: Montreal, 14th April, 1789 and reads: ... "My Lord I have the honour of your lordships&#39; letter acquainting me you had presented to the King the Address of the Lieutenant Governor and of the States of the Island of Gurnsey congratulating his Majesty on the happy reestablishment of his health which his majesty was pleased to receive in the most gracious manner. I am much obliged to your Lordship for the information which I will immediately communicate to the Lieutenant Governor and of the States of the Island. I am with great respect my Lord. Your Lordships most humble and obedient servant Amherst" Very good condition. , Amherst held the office of Governor of Guernsey between 1770 and 1797., This letter likely a reference to Geo III&#39;s problems with porphyria, from which he suffered. George III had a particularly severe form of porphyria. His first attack occurred in 1765, four years after his marriage to Queen Charlotte. Further signs of the disease showed up in 1788-1789. From 1811 to the time of his death in 1820 the royal patient became progressively insane and blind. He was nursed in isolation, and kept in straight jackets and behind bars in his private apartments at Windsor Castle Amherst served as the nominal Crown Governor of Virginia from 1759-1768, though Francis Fauquier continued his role as acting governor from the previous term. During this period he also served as the first Governor General of British North America from 1760-1763. This office still exists as the Canadian monarch&#39;s representative in Canada. Amherst was raised to the peerage in 1776, as Baron Amherst of Holmesdale. During the American Revolutionary War he rejected a field command, since he had close relations with numerous personalities of the opposite side. He was promoted to Brigadier General in 1778, and became Commander-in-Chief of the Forces. He was replaced as Commander-in-Chief in February, 1782 by Henry Seymour Conway. Amherst again became Commander-in-Chief in 1793. He retired from that post in 1795, and was promoted to the rank of Field Marshal the following year. Amherst died on 3 August 1797.

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        Commentarius Historico-Politicus De Rebus Turcicis. Quem Nunc Primum Ex Manuscripto Edidit, Insimulque Praefationem Et Summaria Una Cum Instructissima Scriptorum Turcicorum Bibliotheca Adjecit N. C. J

      Bautzen, Richter 1717.. Mit gest. Frontispiz. 19 Bll., 240 S. Ohne Einband.

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        Pharmacopée Royale Galenique et Chymique. Nouvelle Edition

      Anisson & Posuel, Paris, 1717. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary leather respined and edged in modern leather, old bookplates on the added endpaper. Lovely engraved title and 5 plates. Light dampstain to foredge, plates a bit soiled at edges, a few small wormholes at rear. Explication des plus communs caracteres chymiques pasted to rear blank. Old catalog entry pasted to rear added endpaper. Generally clean and bright; binding is tight and square. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Medicine & Health; Inventory No: 039123. .

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        Perspectiva pictorum, et architectorum. Pars Prima & Secunda.

      Perspectiva pictorum, et architectorum. Pars Prima & Secunda. Pars prima: Romae, Typographia Antonii de Rubeis in Platea Cerensi, 1717. Ritratto dell?Autore. 2 Frontespizi: uno in latino ed uno in italiano. Antiporta. 5 pagine n.nn. 1 tavola non numerata, 102 tavole numerate 1-102. (Manca la tavola 100). 1 pagina con index. Riccardi 318: ?Secondo il Cicognara è da osservarsi che vi sia la centesima tavola della par.I che manca in alcuni esempl.?. Pars Secunda: Romae, Apud Joannem Generosum Salomoni, 1758. 2 Frontespizi: uno in latino ed uno in italiano. Antiporta. 13 pagine n.nn., 1 tavola non numerata, 118 tavole numerate 1-118, 1 tavola non numerata, 20 pagine n.nn. Due volumi in folio (Cm.40x29). Mezza pelle posteriore, strappi al dorso del vol II ed ai piatti. Fowler, 251. EUR 2500 sc. 289

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella]
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