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2012-05-01 07:54:04
ROGERS, Woodes
London: Andrew Bell and Bernard Lintot, , 1718. First to the South-Sea, thence to the East-Indies, and Homewards by the Cape of Good Hope. Begun in 1708, and finish'd in 1771. Containing a Journal of all the Remarkable Transactions... An Account of Alexander Selkirk's living alone Four Years and Four Months in an Island... With Maps of all the Coast, from the best Spanish Manuscript Draughts. And an Introduction relating to the South-Sea Trade. By... Commander in Chief in this Expedition, with the Ships Duke and Dutchess of Bristol. Second Edition, Corrected. Octavo (196 × 118 mm). Contemporary sprinkled calf, red morocco label to the spine, bands, double rules to the compartments, double ruled panels to the boards, edges sprinkled red. Folding map frontispiece, map of the world in two hemispheres with track of the expedition and 4 other folding maps. A little rubbed, neatly rebacked with the original spine, restored, laid down, light browning, but overall a very good copy. First published in 1712, Woodes's journal was an immediate success and is widely considered to be "a buccaneering classic" (Hill). Born in Bristol around 1679, Rogers made an advantageous marriage in 1705, his wife being the daughter of Admiral Whetstone, commander in chief in the West Indies. This may well have stood him in good stead when he proposed to the merchants of Bristol a scheme to challenge the French and Spanish monopoly of trade in the South Sea. "Two merchant ships, the Duke and the Duchess, were fitted out. A number of noted officers were included, perhaps the most noteworthy b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2012-04-26 08:42:50
London, printed for J. Warner, and T. Batley, 1718.. With a description of the said island: giving an account of the inhabitants, their manners, customs, religion, product, chief ports, and trade. Together with the re-establishment of the English trade there, an. 1714, after our factory had been destroyed by the Banjareens some years before. Also a description of the islands of Canary, Cape Verd, Java, Madura; of the Streights of Bally, the Cape of Good Hope, the Hottentots, the island of St. Helena, Ascension, &c. With some remarks and directions touching trade, &c. The whole very pleasant and useful to such as shall have occasion to go into those parts. Illustrated with several curious maps and cuts. FIRST EDITION 1718. 8vo, approximately 190 x 120 mm, 7½ x 4¼ inches, 2 engraved maps, 1 folding, 5 engraved plates, 2 folding, pages [16], 205, [3] - adverts, complete with half-title, bound in modern rust brown crushed morocco, blind ruled border to covers, raised bands and gilt lettering to spine. Spine just slightly faded, covers just very slightly marked, neat name and date 1949 on front endpaper, faint early initials and small 'withdrawn' ink library stamp on half-title, tiny piece missing from 1 corner, a few small pale stains to margins, some lower margins lightly spotted including 1 plate, tiny chip to 2 upper margins, neatly repaired, 1 folding map lightly foxed, affecting adjacent text page also, 3 pale fox spots to another plate. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. Daniel Beeckman was captain of an English merchant ship trading for the East India Comp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2012-04-21 15:19:29
J. B. Coignard, Paris 1718 - Octavo. xxxix, [1], 397, [17] pp. With woodcut printer's device on title-page. Some foxing and light browning FIRST EDITION of these two NINTH CENTURY travel descriptions to China and India, translated by Eusebe Renaudot, "one of the greatest Orientalists of his time" (Catholic Encyclopedia). The voyages described herein date from 851 to 877! * "The abbot Eusebe Renaudot (1646-1720), author of this work, is undoubtedly the largest expert of Eastern languages at the end of the XVIIe century, mainly Arabic, Syriac, and Coptic" (Voltaire and China: Exhibition Catalogue, no. 46). * The first "relation" (p. 1-124) is said to be taken down from statements made by a merchant named Sulaiman, the second a continuation of the first, by Hasan Ibn Yazid and Abu Zaid Hasan. - "The written works of Sulaiman had a profound effect on many Arabic and Persian geographers, and are of exceptional importance to the student of early Islamic trade. Many of the places described found their way into the adventures of Sindbad." (Howgego). * "Ces textes tres anciens ont tôt interesse les Europeens: en temoigne cette traduction du debut du 18e siecle. Les deux relations de voyageurs arabes vers la Chine et l'Inde nous font voyager le long des routes que de tous temps les orientaux suivaient pour commercer. Les moeurs et les gouvernements semblent avoir ete les principaux sujets de descriptions pour ces Arabes du 13e siecle; aupres des Chinois et des Indiens" (CRLV). * Early ownership inscription on first blank: "Ch[arles] Chavost" (another book from his library is at Stanf … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC
2012-04-21 00:53:22
1718. QUINCY, John. PHARMACOPOEIA OFFICINALIS & EXTEMPORANEA; or, a Compleat English Dispensatory, in Four Parts. Containing: I. The Theory of Pharmacy, and the several Processes therein. II. A Description of the Officinal Simples, with their Virtues and Preparations, Galenical and Chymical. III. The Officinal Compositions. IV. Extemporaneous Prescriptions. London: A. Bell, 1718. First edition. xvi, 618, [54 ] pp. Octavo, nineteenth-century half leather, somewhat rubbed and worn. Quincy's name crossed out in ink on title and dedication; half-inch tear to edge of first four leaves; spotting and soil passim. This popular and encyclopedic English Dispensatory ran to twelve editions by 1749. Quincy was a London apothecary, trained in Edinburgh, who had little respect for other pharmaceutical writers. From the Preface to this work: "Although dispensatory writers and publishers of recipes have been at all times very numerous. the least able have fallen upon this task. That most persons are fond of works of this kind is manifest from their esteem even of the worst, and the universal reception of Salmon's, which are as bad as they are voluminous," Quite scarce. (Wellcome IV, 457). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2012-04-13 00:14:40
Riola, Conradin:
Strada in Engadina Bassa, Ludovico C. Janet u. Johan Janet, 1718.. Gross-8°. (20), 556 (recte 557) S. Lederbd. d. Zt. mit 1 Metallschliesse (etwas fleckig u. lädiert).. Bautz XX, Sp. 1222-1223. Erste von Riola ins Rätoromanische übersetzte Ausgabe von "Le livres des martyrs" des verfolgten Märtyrer-Protestanten Jean Crespin, das von Paul Crocius übersetzt wurde und 1606 als "Grosses Martyrbuch" erschien. Conradin Riola (gest. 1743) war reformierter Pfarrer des Freistaates der Drei Bünde, zuerst in Sent, dann in Ftan. Er verfasste theolog. Schriften in rätoromanischer Sprache und gab die brisanten Werke von Sleidanus heraus, in denen dieser die Stände des Reichs zum Kampf gegen den Papst und die Türken aufrief. - Gelenke des Einbandes am Fuss durch Wurmfrass über 4 cm geplatzt. Eine Schliesse ausgerissen. - S. 7 mit altrestauriertem Einriss. S. 248 u. 249 fleckig, Buchblock angebrochen. S. 554 Buchblock angebrochen. Durchgehend gebräunt u. stellenweise etwas stockfleckig. Titelseite stärker fingerfleckig u. mit 3 cm Einriss. (Sprache: Rätoromanisch / Rhaeto-Romanic)
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz
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2012-04-13 00:14:40
Räto-Romanisch - Riola, Conradin
Strada in Engadina (Scuol), Ludovico C. und Johan Janet, 1718. Titel., 9 Bll., 556 S., 4 Bll. Titelei mit OHolzschnitt-Bordüre, einige weitere Bordüren und Vignetten. 4°. Blindgeprägter Kalbslederband d. Z. auf Holzdeckeln, mit 3 Bünden und Schließenbeschlägen. Rücken unter Benutzung des alten Materials restauriert; Schließen fehlen; Vorsätze erneuert, alte Vorsätze mit datierten Glossen (1788) und hinterlegten Rand- bzw. Eckfehlstellen; durchgehend fleckig; S. 55/56 mit Eckausriß. Zahlr. Paginierungsfehler: 126 für 226, 127 für 227, 265 für 295, 399 für 299, 301 für 310, 143 für 343, 595 - 598 für 495 - 498, Paginierung überspringt dann 6 Seiten, nach S. 552 springt Paginierung 6 Seiten zurück; nach Kustoden- und Lagenzählung komplett. Erste rätoromanische Ausgabe in der Übersetzung des C. Riola (1668-1743), der Paul Crocius' "Das grosse Martyr-Buch" zugrundeliegt, der wiederum "Le livre des martyrs, depuis Jan Hus" des verfolgten Protestanten Jean Crespin (geboren in Arras, ca. 1550 emigriert nach Genf, gest. 1572) ins Deutsche übersetzte. Dieser erste Teil ist alles Erschienene. Vgl. Brunet II, 419f (Crespin). DE
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2012-04-08 12:36:20
Dralsé de Grandpierre:
Paris: Claude Jombert, 1718.. [10],352,[4]pp. 12mo. Contemporary calf, gilt medallion on boards, spine gilt extra, gilt leather label. Discrete institutional ownership stamp on titlepage. Some very minor age-toning, otherwise clean and fresh. A very good copy. First edition of this rare collection of travels. Dralsé de Grandpierre was a French naval officer, and this volume recounts his journeys around the world from 1700 to 1718. He gives a description of Buenos Aires, the city, people, and commerce there, as well as an account of naval combat against the British in the Caribbean, with descriptions of the coasts of Guinea and Martinique. Much space is devoted to Mexico, including Veracruz and Mexico City, and an account of the Spanish conquest and a description of the Mexican people. Another part of the text discusses a newly discovered island in the Straits of Malacca. There is also much on Africa and the kingdoms of Juda and Benin. A notable collection of French travels. SABIN 20885, 28273. LeCLERC 266 (note). EUROPEAN AMERICANA 718/48. PALAU 260452. CIORANESCU 25362.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2012-04-04 19:55:15
Andreae, Johann Ludwig:
Nürnberg, Lochner, 1718.. 8°. Gestoch. Frontispiz, 4 Bll., 44, 96, 120 SS., 4 Bll., mit 12 Kupfertafeln Pergament d. Zt.. Houzeau/L. 9743; Zinner, Astronom. Instr. 231. - Erste Ausgabe. - Prächtig illustriertes Handbuch zur Astronomie und Geographie, erklärt anhand von Himmels- und Erdgloben durch den Nürnberger Globenhersteller Johann Ludwig Andreae. Der geographische Teil enthält unter anderem ein Kapitel zu Amerika mit Beschreibungen von Kanada, Louisiana, Florida, Virginia (Tabak), New England, New Mexico, Kalifornien usw. Die Kupfer zeigen astronomische Instrumente und verschiedene Globen. Das hübsche Frontispiz mit Sternkreiszeichen, Segelschiffen unterm Sternenhimmel und durch ein Fernrohr schauendem Engel. - Einband gering fleckig und leicht gebogen, Vorsätze erneuert, Frontispiz mit kleineren Wurmspuren im weißen Rand, Titel mit kleinem rasierten Stempel, die ersten Blätter mit schwachem Feuchtigkeitsrand. Sonst Text und Tafeln sauber und wohlerhalten. Schönes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek
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2012-04-04 16:15:26
Perry, John (1670-1732)
Paris; Jean Musier, 1718. Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 339 pages; Subject: Shipbuilding - Russia - History. Russia - History - Peter I, 1689-1725. Russia - Description and travel. Language; French. [State of Russia under the present Czar. French]. 1 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-04-04 16:15:26
Perry, John (1670-1732)
Paris; Jean Musier 1718 - Finely bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 339 pages; Subject: Shipbuilding - Russia - History. Russia - History - Peter I, 1689-1725. Russia - Description and travel. Language; French. [State of Russia under the present Czar. French]. 1 Kg. 339 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Ireland]
2012-03-20 19:57:15
[Book of Common Prayer]: [Aitken, Robert]: [Bookbinding, American]:
The Hague. 1718.. xliv,728,[2]pp. Later 18th-century red morocco, boards elaborately gilt, spine elaborately gilt with raised bands, morocco label. a.e.g., by Robert Aitken. Extremities rubbed. Modern bookplate on front pastedown. Titlepage trimmed at top and backed with later paper. Lightly foxed. Very good. The Book of Common Prayer for the Anglican Church, translated into German. This copy was bound by Robert Aitken in Philadelphia, possibly for Bishop William White. Aitken was a printer, engraver, and bookseller in Philadelphia and is most notable for printing the first complete English- language Bible in America. This volume is a lovely example of Revolutionary-era American bookbinding from one of the most famous American binders of the period. Willman and Carol Spawn, "The Aitken Shop: Identification of an Eighteenth Century Bindery and its Tools," in PAPERS OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA, LVII (1963), pp.422-37.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2012-03-14 00:48:09
Eleonora Magdalena Theresia, Kaiserin, Witwe Leopolds I. (1655-1720).
Wien, 6. II, 1718. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Folio. An Wirich Philipp Lorenz Gf. von Dhaun von Thiano (1669-1741): ?Es haben beyde in dortigem Frauen Closter Regina Coeli genandt vorhandne geschwister Cassandra Aluina und Antonia di Sangro mich durch Schreiben demütigst gebetten, Ich mögte doch den drinnigen Cammer Defendarium Marini euch als einen Capablen und Unserem Durchlauchtigsten Ertzhaus wohlzugethanen Mann besonders recommendiren [...]?. - Eleonora Magdalena Theresia, Tochter des Kurfürsten Philipp Wilhelm von der Pfalz und Herzog von Neuburg und der Prinzessin Elisabeth von Hessen-Darmstadt, war die dritte Gemahlin von Kaiser Leopold I. Den 29 Jahren äußerst harmonisch verlaufenden Ehejahren entstammten zehn Kinder, darunter die späteren Kaiser Joseph I. und Karl VI. Auch nach Leopolds Tod im Mittelpunkt höfischen Lebens stehend und ihrem ältesten Sohn, Kaiser Joseph I., bisweilen in dessen Regierungsgeschäfte hineinredend, widmete sie sich vornehmlich der Armen- und Krankenpflege. - Wirich von Daun, 1701 zum General im Armeekorps von Prinz Eugen und 1706 zum Feldmarschall ernannt, verteidigte Turin gegen die französischen Belagerer und wurde als Feldzeugmeister mit dem Oberbefehl der österreichischen Truppen gegen Neapel-Sizilien betraut. Als Kommandant von Mailand zwang er Papst Clemens XI. zum Frieden mit Joseph I., wofür ihm 1710 das Fürstentum Thiano geschenkt wurde; 1713 ernannte ihn Karl VI. zum Vizekönig von Neapel. Später Stadtkommandant von Wien, Statthalter in den Spanischen Niederlanden und von Mailand, das er 1733 den Franzosen überlassen mußte, zählt Wir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-03-05 12:39:39
KEILL, Joannis [John] M. D
Oxoniae, E Theatro Sheldoniano, 1718.: . Oxoniae, E Theatro Sheldoniano, 1718.. 1718. Title (a1) w. copper engrd vignet - a4, XV(I), 495(1) pp. with 2 folding plts depicting both sides of the moon, engrd by M. BURG & numerous wdct illustrations in the text. Full vellum with contemporary ink-titled spine. 4°. Binding only a bit soiled, 11 lvs with waterstaining in r. lower corner, inobtrusively browned in a few places. On r° free endpp. and fly-lf. library stamps & an engrd ticket of Seminarii Culenburgensis and in a contemporary hand: "Ex Libris Prof. Culenb.". A nice copy of the 1st edition. The first edition in english was not to appear before 1721. * N. B. : POGGENDORFF I, col. 1236, quoting the title, however with "sive" instead of "seu" in the title as in the title of our copy. On KEILL see: NBG. XXVII, col. 505. ¶ VERY NICE COPY IN FIRST EDITION. More pictures on request.
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2012-02-29 21:37:10
Bergier Nicolas Sylvestre
- Vgl. Fromm I, 2920.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe.- N. S. Bergier (1718-1790) war Professor der Theologie in Besancon u. ab 1769 in Paris, wo er Domherr von Nôtre-Dame u. zeitweise Mitarbeiter an der Encyclopédie des Denis Diderot war.- Bergier war ein äußerst produktiver Kritiker der französischen Aufklärung und ein besonders eifriger Kritiker Rousseaus; er war ein berühmter Apologet des Christentums gegen den (französischen) Deismus und Materialismus.- Titel gestempelt, etw. gebräunt u. braunfleckig, Ebde. berieben, Rücken durch Wurmgänge leicht besch. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
2012-02-26 00:26:42
1718. Conr. Monath, 1718. 4to. pp. (20), 407, (3), with 25 engraved plates. Contemporary marbled boards. Nissen BBI, 2079. "At the turn of the century Johann Georg Volckamer (1662-1744), a wealthy merchant of Nuremberg with a fine garden, produced his 'Flora Noribergensis', Nuremberg 1700, with 25 illustrations 16 of which depict Cape plants; among them is probably the first illustration of the large and difficult genus, Hermannia" (Gunn & Codd. Botanical exploration of Southern Africa, p. 62). The second edition of this rare local flora of Nurenberg, including many plants from America, Africa and the Orient. J.G. Volckamer was according to Ferchl the son of J.C. Volckamer, the author of "Nürnbergische Hesperides". Father and son established the famous botanical garden in their home town. Some slight browning..
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk
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2012-02-22 20:07:36
LE BRUYN, Cornelius (1652-1727/28) [or Le Brun]
Amsterdam: Chez les Freres Wetstein, 1718. 2 volumes, small folio. (13 x 8 inches). Half-title in volume II, titles printed in red and black. Vol 1: engraved portrait of the author by G. Valck after G. Kneller, engraved allegorical frontispiece by B. Picart, dedication with engraved headpiece, 3 engraved double-page maps, 111 engraved plates (numbered 1-110, plus 1 unnumbered) on 52 sheets (29 double-page, 7 folding), 24 engraved illustrations within the text (illustration on p. 164 pasted on slip as issued). Vol 2: 162 engraved plates (numbered 111-262, plus 10 unnumbered) on 56 sheets (33 double-page, 9 folding), 20 engraved illustrations within the text. (A few plates shaved at margin, some plates bound out of order). 18th-century calf, nicely rebacked retaining the original lettering pieces, spines in seven compartments with raised bands, lettering pieces in the second and third compartments, the others with a repeat decoration in giltProvenance: Thomas Lennard Barrett, Lord Dacre of the South, of Belhus, Essex (1717-1787, armorial bookplate).First edition in French of Le Bruyn's important illustrated account of his voyage to Russia, Persia, India and Java.In his first expedition of 1674, Dutch traveller and painter Cornelius Le Bruyn remained in the Levant for seven years, travelling principally in Asia Minor, Syria, the Holy Land and Egypt. On his return, he published his Voyages au Levant , and encouraged by its success, undertook a second, more far-reaching expedition. "In 1701, Le Bruyn started on the second of his journeys taking a ship to the country of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [US]
2012-02-02 20:04:37
Robinson, [John].
"London, Tim Goadwim" (fingiert, wohl Deutschland), 1718. (4), 123, (2), 125-169, (1) SS. Deutscher Brokatpapierband über Holzdeckeln in grün und rot mit floralem Reliefdekor und Spuren von Bronzefirnis. 8vo. Zweite französische Ausgabe von Robinsons ursprünglich anonymer Schrift "Account of Sueden, together with an Extract of the History of that Kingdom" (1694). Der fingierte Verlag ist identisch mit der am Titel der ersten französischen Übersetzung von 1695 genannten. Robinson hatte fast 30 Jahre als englischer Geschäftsträger in Stockholm gelebt; sein Werk bildete über ein Jahrhundert lang die Hauptquelle für das Schweden- und allgemein das Skandinavienbild in England, zumal die nordischen Kriege eben die internationale Aufmerksamkeit auf Nordeuropa lenkten. - Der englische Diplomat und Bischof John Robinson (1650-1723) hatte seine Heimat 1713 auf dem Kongress von Utrecht vertreten und dort als erster den Frieden unterzeichnet, der den Spanischen Erbfolgekrieg beendete. 1718 bemühte er sich gemeinsam mit dem schwedischen Botschafter, Graf Gyllenberg, um eine Union der englischen und schwedischen Kirchen, die allerdings am Widerstand der schwedischen Bischöfe scheiterte, denen der englische Protestantismus zu calvinistisch war. - Durchgehend gebräunt bzw- braunfleckig; der Einband etwas berieben, Ecken bestoßen, Rücken alt ergänzt. Zeitgenöss. hs. Besitzvermerk "F. S. Lohse" am Titel. Am vorderen Innendeckel Wappenexlibris der Gräflich Werthern'schen Bibliothek Beichlingen (mit hs. Signatur um 1900). Die seit dem 16. Jahrhundert auf Beichlingen ansässige Adelsfamilie Wert … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-02-02 09:06:43
Kaschube, Johann Wenceslaus (Kaschuben, Johannes Wentzel);
Johann Felix Bielcken, Jena 1718;. Orig. Halbleder, Lederecken. Einband etwas bestoßen und beschabt. 54 nn, 614 Seiten, 55 ganzseitige Kupferstiche und zahlreiche Tabellen und Formeln im Text. Kompletter Titel: Cursus mathematicus oder deutlicher Begrief der mathematischen Wissenschaften, mit gehörigen Rissen/ Zur Bequemlichkeit der Lehrenden und Lernenden/ auch fernerem Fortgang dieses nützlichen Studii. Zweyte Auflage. Format: 11x17 cm. Guter Zustand, alter Besitzervermerk auf dem Titel. Äußerst seltenes naturwissenschaftliches Werk;.
Bookseller: Lesecafe und Altenhilfe
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2012-01-22 11:22:21
chez Pierre François Giffart, 1718. Prima edizione. Testo francese. Cm.16,2x9. Pg.(24), 446, 4. Legatura coeva in piena pelle. Tassello con titoli e fregi in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati e fogli di guardia marmorizzati. All'antiporta ritratto del Re Luigi XV, inciso in ovale da P.F.Giffart. Cartigli e capilettera incisi. Codice libreria 100536.
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Pera [IT]
2012-01-10 18:30:31
Amsterdam, Chez Du Villard & Changuion, 1718. Titel in rot und schwarz. XV, 33 nn. Seiten, 311 Seiten, 1 Bl. Die ersten und letzten Seiten gebräunt und fleckig Interessanter Ganzledereinband mit Rückentitel und etwas Rückenvergoldung (berieben). Vorderer und hinterer Deckel geprägtes Leder; gesprenkelte Buntpapiervorsätze und passend gesprenkelter Schnitt. Hübsches, dekoratives Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: A la Recherche [Bonn, Germany]
2012-01-03 12:11:47
Upsala, Joh. Henr. Werner, 1718. Indbundet UBESKÅRET i et smukt senere halvbind i pergament med forgyldt rygtitel i skind. Permer med overtræk af gammelt papir af klistermarmor. Titelbladet trykt i rød og sort. (2),70 pp. Lille hul nederst på sidste blads margin, en svaghed i papiret. Rent frisk eksemplar med brede marginer (ubeskåret !).<br><br>Bound uncut in a very nice later half vellum binding w. gilt leather title-label. Old marbled paper over boards. Title-page printed in red and black. A small hole to the margin of final leaf, due to a weakness in the paper. A nice, clean copy with wide margins (uncut!). (2), 70 pp. ¶ Originaludgaven. Der findes mindst 5 varianter, som adskiller sig ved de anvendte citater , dels på titelbladet, dels på dennes bagside (se Gustav Rudbecks afhandling i Nordisk Tidsskrift för Bok-og Biblioteksväsen), hvor Rudbeck opstiller 5 varianter. Her antages de eksemplarer, som har citat af Ruffus Ephesius på titelbladet, at være blandt de første tryk. Vores eksemplar har følgende karakteristika: 1. Rufus-citatet på titelbladet - 2. Titelbladets verso har kun et stort trykkermærke (uden citater). Trykkermærket med stiliserede blade og fugl Phønix svævende over et bål belyst af solens stråler, og med et bånd hvorpå "Qui aluit Spero reseminabit". 3. Uden det senere trykte tillægsblad til siderne 15-16, men med det oprindelige "Tale" som fangord. 4. Bogen afsluttes med en i rødt trykt fugl Phønix. - At Rufus-trykket hører til de første varianter støttes endvidere af det faktum at ordet "Vederbörandes" er sat så højt på titelbladet at der ingen afsta … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2011-12-24 00:29:40
Rodolff (Rudolf), Johann Rodolff (1646-1718)
Bern, [Switzerland] Gedruckt und verlegts, Samuel Kuepffer. 1718. Cum gratia & Privilegio Reipublicae Bernensis. Quarto; size of binding: 7 1/4 in. x 8 3/4 in. x 1 3/4 in. (thick), engraved frontispiece portrait of Rodolff, after a painting by Johann-Rudolph Huber (the elder; 1668-1748), engraved by Johann Georg Seiller (of Schaffhouse; 1663-1740); printed title-page, foreword, etc. with woodcut or typographic headings, three, elaborate woodcut initial letters (B, W, O), German text in various sizes of gothic typefaces, with a few Greek & Hebrew words (which have their own indexes). Frontispiece; [6]pp., pp. [1]-593 (including indexes). Full old calf, with five raised bands on the spine, and maroon leather title label on spine, gilt-lettered: H. Ioh. Rodolff. Ro. trost. re Predigte, and with spine compartments richly gilt with floral tools, gilt decorations on cover edges and inner leather turn-ins, all edges stained red, sewn headbands; the front and back paste-downs are covered with a thin red-brown paper with a printed, elaborate floral design in gold ink. The lower spine area shows some small holes in the leather, general wear to edges and corners; some age-related browning and spots to flyleaves, portrait, title-page, scattered brown spotting to most text leaves, some small worming is present in the lower margins. Weight: 2 1/2 lbs. (German text). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. [Brecksville, OH, U.S.A.]
2011-12-20 18:43:34
ZOESIUS, Henricus (1571-1627), Dutch humanist, studied at Leuven, where he became professor of law & rector of the University.
1718. J. U. D. et Prof. Ordinarii, Commentarius ad Digestorum seu Pandectarum juris civilis libros L. Opus novum, juris universi, veteris, novi, novissimi, passim enucleati, locuples thesaurus. Valerius Andreas [.], pleraque iterata hac Editione hactenus desiderata ex autographo supplevit, menda, quae in priorem editionem irrepserant, sustulit, Auctorumque citationibus et allegationibus locupletavit, summariis denique perpetuis atque indicibus illustravit. Editio lovaniensis quarta. In qua C.D. Henricus Antonius Poringo J.U.L. citatos Canones, Leges, Paragraphos exactè revidit, textum eorum cum textu Zoesii contulit, malè citatis genuinos substituit, additis initialibus verbis ac numeris, & à plurimis mendis, quae in praecedentes editiones irrepserant, expurgavit. Louvanii, Typis Aegidii Denique, MDCCXVIII (1718). Grand in- folio, relié pleine basane d'époque, dos à nerfs, caissons bien décorés, bel état. Portrait gravé en frontispice. 928 pg. + index.Photos disponibles sur demande.
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2011-12-13 05:59:10
BRADLEY Richard 1688-1732
London: W Mears, 1718 Directing what is necessary to be done every month in the Kitchen Garden, Fruit Garden, Nursery, Management of Forest Trees, Green House and Flower Garden etc In modern brown speckled half leather with marbled boards. Spine has raised bands title in gilt to red and green leather labels. Internally, new endpapers, NO inscriptions, wonderful B&W frontis by Kirkall with small wormhole at base, title page text in red and black within double ruled borders, [2], (xii), 116 pp, [4] adverts, 5 pls of which 3 are large pull outs. (ESTC T40723)Bradley, botanist and writer, whose many publications in horticultural periodicals contain original observations, but most were popular writings which could earn him a living. See ODNB for a full Bio.
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2011-12-04 08:44:50
Hartung, Philippo [ Hartung, Philipp von ]
Sumptibus Joannis Christophori Lochneri, bibliopolae Norimbergae [ Nuremburg ], 1718, 3rd edition. Later half calf over marbled boards, VG. ht+tp+[viii]+378+[v]+tp+[x]+456+[iv]pp, folio. Index to each part, solidly rebound in a late 19th century binding, slightly trimmed in the rebind which has not affected the text but has reduced the margins a little & trimmed an ownership signature on the title to the point of illegibility, pages generally a little yellowed with the occasional foxing, ink stamp of a Jesuit Library on the endpaper & title & an old small library bookplate of the same on the pastedown, a nice copy. Printed in double column. Hardback , no dustjacket. ¶ Collected sermons, of the popular Bohemian Jesuit preacher Philip von Hartung [ 1629 - 1682 ]. 'The sermons of Philip von Hartung are very unequal; some of them are polished gems, others are very rough diamonds; but none are without value. The preacher had his mind stored with matter, but he was wanting in the art of nicely digesting it, and reproducing what fermented in his brain' [ Baring Gould - Post Medieval Preachers ]. There are 3 sermons for each Sunday & Feast day - one each for a rural, urban & courtly congregation respectively. Those for the rural audience, where Hartung no doubt was most at ease, are the best. 'The rustic sermons are capital. He preaches on broad facts of religion, Sunday after Sunday, with striking vigour, considerable beauty, and no small amount of originality'. [ibid].
Bookseller: Eastleach Books [Newbury, BER, United Kingdom]
2011-11-23 17:38:05
Napoli: F. Mosca, 1718. Napoli: F. Mosca. Good with no dust jacket. 1718. First Thus; First Impression. Hardcover. White leather cover soiled. Binding repaired and new end papers fitted. Written in Italian. Has wonderful illustrations throughout including the 24 hour clock diagram in front. Foxing, and a few pages have repaired holes and some water staining, otherwise clean and tight. World Cat says there appears to be only one library worldwide that owns a copy of this book. (Acession No. Oclc: 39525179) Loose English transation of Title Page: "Clock of the Passion of Jesus Christ in the 24 Hours, in which he distinguished himself in discourses with historical discourses and meditative respects of stimuli to excite in hearts of faithful gratitude, love, and imitation. Composed and Predicated on p. Cappuccino naples. Consigned to the sorrowful virgin. Part and first book second impression. In naples, in the printing of Dominican Rofelli 1718 with a license of superior". Very Rare. ; Illustrations; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .
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2011-10-29 15:47:03
[PETROWITZ (Alexis)]
S.l.n.d. [1718].. In-4, demi-maroquin noir moderne a la Bradel, 15 p., titre inclus. Rare document de l'epoque, concernant la fin tragique d'Alexis Petrowitz, "prince russe, fils de Pierre le Grand, ne a Moscou en 1690, mort en 1718. Son humeur sauvage, son attachement superstitieux aux anciens usages de la nation, le profond mepris qu'il professait pour les arts des peuples civilises, son opposition aux reformes operees par le czar, le perdirent dans l'esprit de ce prince, effraye de rencontrer dans son heritier presomptif, des dispositions si antipathiques aux vastes conceptions de son genie. Pour ne pas avoir a craindre de trouver en lui le destructeur de l'edifice qu'il avait passe sa vie a elever, Pierre le Grand exigea du Czarowitz sa renonciation au trone. Pendant un voyage du czar, Alexis s'enfuit a la cour de Vienne, puis a Naples, ou son pere finit par decouvrir sa retraite. Il l'engagea alors a revenir a Moscou, et, des que le prince fut arrive, il le fit juger par une assemblee des principaux membres de la noblesse et du clerge, et condamne a mort pour crime de lese-majeste ; mais il lui accorda presqu'en meme temps sa grace. Le malheureux prince mourut dans sa prison peu de temps apres. Pierre II, son fils, monta sur le trone en 1727". Cette relation est suivie de la traduction (de l'allemand) d'un traite d'alliance, conclu en 1514 entre l'empereur Maximilien premier et le "Grand Seigneur Basile; empereur et dominateur de tous les Pais Russiens... ". Seulement 2 exemplaires au CCFr Manque a a la BnF et a WorldCat..
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2011-10-19 17:33:55
Laurence, John (1668-1732)
Printed for Bernard Lintot, London, 1718. First Edition. WITHOUT FOLDING FRONTIS., but with engraving in text at p.123. ii-vi, i-v, (vi),149, (3) pp. 1 vols. 8vo. First Edition of an Early Work on Fruit Cultivation. John Laurence was the son of a country clergyman." His Kalender virtually replaced the parts of Evelyn's Kalendarium Hortense relating to fruit. " Raphael With instruction for each month's planting and propagation; includes a section on the use of the barometer. Hunt Botanical Catalogue II, 440: Raphael, An Oak Spring Pomona #19 Full 19th century tan calf, yellow edges, a little rubbbed, a few spots to prelims, else fine WITHOUT FOLDING FRONTIS., but with engraving in text at p.123. ii-vi, i-v, (vi),149, (3) pp. 1 vols. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2011-10-07 11:24:27
Nutt, Eliz.; Gosling R
London: J Brown; F Clay; J Hooke, 1718. London: J Brown; F Clay; J Hooke. G : in good condition without dust jacket. Crack to spine with slight loss at spine ends. Occasional foxing and marks. Brown stain to margins of several pages. Incomplete - see below. 1718. First Edition. Brown hardback leather cover. 170mm x 100mm (7" x 4"). [x], 184pp. Ends at page 184, so glossary, rear adverts and final part of chapter IX 'Of Coachmen' missing. All other chapters complete. I. Robbery. II. Of such Accidents as the Traveller is liable to upon the Road. III. What Satisfaction he shall have where he suffers by bad Ways; and of Trespasses to avoid them. IV. Of Land-Carriage, and where Carriers are responsible for Goods delivered them. V. Of Innkeepers, and the Remedies against their Extortions, and where they are answerable for the Goods of their Guests. VI. Of Water-Carriage; and therein of Importation and Exportation of Merchandize (sic). VII. Of negotiating Bills of Exchange. VIII. Of the Currency of Money. IX. Of the Laws for regulating Hackney-Coaches, Chairs, Carr-men, and Watermen in and about London. .
Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd [Alnwick, NORTH, United Kingdom]
2011-09-02 19:59:01
JOHNSON, Richard.
London: printed for the author: and sold by Samuel Ballard 1718 - [34],408;27,[1]p.,table; 8vo. Contemporary calf, red label. A very good copy. L, AWu, C, Csj, Ota (-1p.l.), Owa; Die, RNR, NNG in ESTC. A reissue of the sheets of the 1706 edition with a new title page and an additional testimonial leaf before p.1. The final 27 pages contain an index. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: C R Johnson Rare Book Collections (PBFA)
2011-08-08 09:12:42
Longinus, Dionysius
E. Theatro Sheldoniano, Oxford, 1718. LARGE PAPER COPY. (12), 163p, (35). 19th century orange morocco with the gilt monogram of Rev. Theodore Williams on the boards. Second edition in Greek edited by John Hudson (1662-1719) and enlarged with additional notes from Boivin's and Schurzfleisch's editions. Moss p224 writes that these editions are greatly esteemed. The text, he continuous, has been carefully revised and corrected. Lowndes p1394: who also references this copy as large paper and the auction price at the Williams sale in 1827. Some general rubbing along the edges of the boards, otherwise a fresh clean copy with initials of Philadelphia collector Edwin Wolf on the inside front blank.
Bookseller: Rosenlund Rare Books & Manuscripts [Basking Ridge, NJ, U.S.A.]
2011-07-20 17:06:10
GIRARD, Gabriel (1677-1748), Abbé
Paris: Chez Laurent d'Houry, 1718 Frontispiece gravé - LIV - 262 pages - [2]pp. / Reliure plein cuir légèrement usé aux coins et sur les mors. Ex-Libris de la North Library (1860) sur le premier plat. Sceau de la "North Library" embossé sur le frontispiece, la page titre et la première page de l'Épitre. Pages intérieures en très bonne condition avec quelques rousseurs éparses. SEUL COPIE EN VENTE SUR LE MARCHE. LE COPAC ne liste que 3 copies (Oxford, Liverpool et Cambridge). TRÈS RARE. Photo disponible sur demande. / Gabriel Girard (1677 à Montferrand - 4 février 1748 à Montferrand) est un homme d'Église et grammairien français, auteur du premier ouvrage publié en France sur les synonymes. Il fut chapelain de la duchesse de Berry et secrétaire interprète du roi pour les langues slavonne et russe. Ses travaux philologiques influençèrent Vasily Trediakovski, pionnier de la réforme de la langue russe, qu'il rencontra à Paris vers 1727. Il fut élu à l'Académie française en 1744.
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2011-03-19 07:00:50
Nürnberg. bey Johann Daniel Taubers seel. Erben, 1718. 3 in 1, (1) mit kleinem Titelholzschnitt, (2) mit kleiner Titelvignette und Frontispiz, kl.8°. 16,7 x 11,3 cm. (7 Bl.)66/(16 Bl.) 240/. Seiten, In gutem Zustand. auf fünf echten durchgezogenen Bünden, Einbanddeckel mit kleinen Wurmlöchern, die sich teils auch in den Stegen fortsetzen (ohne Textverluste), insgesamt auch äußerlich sehr sauber und guterhalten, Band (2) Buchblock teils etwas gebräunt, aber sauber. vollständige Titel:(1): Epicteti Hand-Büchlein / in welchem Allerhand kräfftige Mittel wider die Kranckheiten des Gemüths zu finden seynd; Allen Menschen / die sich klug zu seyn düncken / oder die noch klug werden wollen Zu höchst nöthiger Bedürffnus / und ungemeinen Nutzen / aus dem Griechischen ins Teutsche übersetzet von Rathian( das ist Raethel, Wolfgang Christoph) (2): Auszug Moralischer und Erbaulicher Lehren, vormahls unter dem Titul der Verborgenen Gedancken ans Licht gegeben, voritzo aber vermehrter dem Druck von neuen überlassen von Johann Gottlob Stolzen, D., Leipzig und Lübben Verlegts George Voß, druckts Immanuel Tietze 1715, (16 Bl.) 240 S. (3): I.N.I.Godofredi Ludovici, S. theol. D. Coburgi ill. Casimiriani directoris et theol Prof. p. Ord. Historia Gymnasiorum Scholarumque Celebriorum s. Schul-Historie, pars V. Accedunt Historia Scholarum Deperditarums. Nachricht von ehemahls berühmten nunmehr aber eingegangenen Gymnasiis und Schulen et Supplementa ad P.I P.II, Lipsiae, Sumptu Haered. Lanckisii, A.M.DCCXIIX, (4 BL.) 352 (4 Bl.)(1718). mit handgeschriebenem Rückentitel, Hardcover in Pergament, [Attr … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2011-02-22 16:12:18
CHÂTELAIN, Henry Abraham [1684-1743] & LAHONTAN, [Louis Armand de Lom d'Arce], [La Hontan] Baron de [1666 - 1715] & HENNEPIN, Father R. P. Louis [1640 -1705?]
The Hague, 1718. No binding. Very Good. Coloured. A good and dark impression. Decorative colours. VG+ condition. Size: 14.4 x 16.8 inches. 36.7 x 42.7 cm. A series of 12 engravings together with descriptive text, derived from the works of Lahontan and Hennepin. They illustrate the methods of the Indians hunting buffalo and similar animals, the Pipe of Peace, the dances in honour of important meetings or occasions, and the emblems of the various tribes, I.e. Outagamis apelles Renards: Pouteouatamis appelles Puants, Outchipoues appeles Sauteurs, Nadovessis appeles Scioux, Outaguas V. Nations, Huron, Ilinois, Oumamis. There is also a large inset of the Niagara Falls and a Buffalo. A fascinating item.
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2011-02-19 22:52:51
MONTCHAL (Charles de)
A Rotterdam, Pour Gaspar Fritsch, 1718. 2 vol. in-12, [6]-750 pp. en pagination continue, basane havane, dos à nerfs cloisonné et fleuronné, pièces de titre et de tomaison, tranches rouges mouchetées (reliure de l'époque). Bon exemplaire en dépit d'une usure d'usage aux mors, aux coiffes et aux coupes et d'un travail de ver en pied du tome I. Des rousseurs parfois fortes. Ex-libris C. T. Noel du Payrat. Édition originale de ces mémoires anti-absolutistes, qui courent de 1624 à 1641, et se montrent très opposés à la politique religieuse de Richelieu. Bourgeois & André, 726. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie Historique F. Teissèdre [PARIS, France]
2011-01-24 20:50:29
2010-10-27 09:55:35
Hardesty, John
1718 - 1718 Compilation of English Militia Laws [Hardesty, John]. The Militia Law, Being All the Acts of Parliament Thereof, Methodically Digested. Shewing Under Proper Heads, And in the Full Words of the Said Acts the Several Powers of the King, Lord Lieutenant, And Deputies, One, Two or Three, Therein: And the Qualifications and Duty of All Persons Chargeable, And Charged, Or Otherwise Employed in the Said Service. Also, The Ordinance of the Lords and Commons Made in the Year 1660, For Raising of 70000l. Per Month, &c. Being Out of Print, and Containing the Rules and Directions to be Observed in Raising Trophy Money, And Necessary Instructions to the Assessors and Collectors of the Said Tax. The Whole of Great Use to the Honourable Lieutenanies, And All Landlords, Tenants and Others Concerned in the Militia, To Prevent Abuses in the Same. [London]: Printed by Eliz. Nutt and R. Gosling, 1718. xii, 112 [viii] pp. 12mo. (6-1/4" x 4"). Contemporary blind-ruled sheep, carefully rebacked, free endpapers renewed. Worming to margins, reaching text at final nine leaves with negligible effect on legibility. A few light spots, final blank torn at lower corner. Ownership inscription (of W. Harbin) to front endleaf, internally clean. * Only edition. A compilation of legal record and precedence relating to the formation and duties of militias. The important woman printer Elizabeth Nutt [c.1666-1746] took over her husband John's printing business upon his death in 1716, and with it his patent for printing law books. Nutt not only printed many standard legal texts but also partnered with … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-07-21 16:38:57
(Pollock vs. the Thane of Cawdor)
[Edinburgh] Folio (31.2 cm, 12.25"). [1] p.. 1718 Dated July 30 1718, this broadside is a rebuttal of certain financial assertions made by Ruth Pollock in her ongoing legal battle against John Campbell over the estate of Sir Hugh Campbell, which included Cawdor Castle (although that legendary castle is not mentioned in this document). This is an uncommon legal item, with => no holdings described by WorldCat or ESTC. Creased and dust-soiled, with a small hole in lower margin not touching text and a few pinholes within text. Tipped onto a leaf of 19th-century paper, now in a Mylar folder.
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2010-04-25 18:03:23
Marana, Giovanni Paolo (1642-1693)
London : Printed For H. Rhodes, D. Brown, R. Sare, J. Nicholson, B. Tooke, And G. Strahan, 1718, Hardback, Seventh Edition. Full contemporary aniline calf [panels blind-tooled], recased in matching modern calf. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional example - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 248 pages; Physical desc. : [14], 248p. ; 12°. Subject: Europe - History - 17th century. Spies - Europe - Early works to 1800. ESTC citation no. : T228384. Associate reference; Maslen & Lancaster. Bowyer ledgers, 429. 248 pages. Inventory No: 108552.
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd. [Ireland]
2010-04-20 13:12:07
Galileo Galilei
Tartini e Franchi, 1718. Leather Bound. Good. 3 volume complete set. Opere, Nuova Edizione. 4to, contemporary vellum. First complete edition of Galileo's works, with half-title and errata. Unmarked pages. Minor shelf wear/soiling to cover. Foot of one spine chipped. First few leaves of each volume stained, apparently from attempt to remove an ownership inscription. Minor foxing. Private library blindstamp on title pages. Italian. Canti 180; Riccardi I, 520, Honeyman Sale 1419.
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2010-04-07 05:47:40
Rapin, [René]
London: Printed by W. Bowyer for Bernard Lintot at the Cross-Keys between the Temple Gates, [1718]. "The Second Edition, revis'd and finish'd." Best Edition. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Gardiner by G. Vertue after Verselt, and 4 engraved allegorical plates of Garden, Trees, Water & Orchard by E. Kirkall after L. Cheron. [27], [1], 100 (i.e. 200), 6 pp. Foxon G 13.5. Speckled sheep. Rebacked, new morocco spine label. Minor edgewear at tips, some browning to preliminariess, else very good plus.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-04-03 21:20:21
Piazzoni, Egidio
Milan: Carlo Bolzano, 1718. First edition. 31, [1], 246, [1] pp. 8vo. Contemporary vellum good condition except for minor worming in last leaf and rear free paper. First edition. 31, [1], 246, [1] pp. 8vo. A polemic against venesection (the act or operation of opening a vein for letting blood; bloodletting; phlebotomy). Blake/NLM 18th C., p. 352; Wellcome p. 382
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2010-03-26 18:30:03
(Pollock vs. the Thane of Cawdor, Again)
[Edinburgh] Folio (31.5 cm, 12.4"). [2] p.. 1718 Dated February 5th 1718, this broadside was part of a protracted legal struggle between Ruth Pollock and John Campbell, grandson of Sir Hugh Campbell, thane of Cawdor. Particularly in question here are the marriage articles between Sir Alexander Campbell and Elizabeth Lort, John Campbell's parents; the definition of impeachment of waste is discussed. => No holdings of this uncommon item are listed by ESTC or WorldCat. Creased and slightly dust-soiled but in overall good condition. Tipped onto a leaf of 19th-century paper; now in a Mylar folder.
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2010-03-17 17:32:13
Oxonii (Oxford): e typographeo clarendoniano, impensis S. Fletcher, 1718. Fine. e typographeo clarendoniano, impensis S. Fletcher, Oxonii (Oxford) 1718, In 8 (12,5x20cm), (16) 154pp. (6), relié. - New bilingual edition (Greek and Latin), after the first of 1695, in Oxford, from another distributor; illustrated with a frontispiece (signed Mr. Burg) showing a torture victim that is enclosed in a metal bull heated from below, it is the famous bronze bull that was allegedly used by the tyrant of Agrigento Phalaris ( 570-554 BC.). the Greek text occupies the greater part of the page, and the translation is distributed underneath as large rating. Good impression. A beautiful title thumbnail representing the Sheldon Theatre in Oxford. The preface and life of Phalaris are in Latin. The Latin version of Thomas Naogeorgus (gold Kirchmeyer). Rare binding mosaic speckled tan calf time. Back to Jansenist nerves dumb. Cold boards struck several frames with angular finials. Beautiful and elegant binding, unusual. A small tear in the lead, but some frictions nice copy. The author is not the true Phalaris, the tyrant of Agrigento, but a secretary of Emperor Commodus, who would have rehabilitated the figure and the cruelty of the tyrant. Engraved bookplate of the nineteenth century, Sir George Shuckburg bar. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition bilingue (grec et latin), après la première de 1695, à Oxford, chez un autre éditeur ; illustrée … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-03-17 10:05:25
Laurence, John (1668-1732)
London: Printed for Bernard Lintot, 1718. First Edition. WITHOUT FOLDING FRONTIS., but with engraving in text at p.123. ii-vi, i-v, (vi),149, (3) pp. 1 vols. 8vo. First Edition of an Early Work on Fruit Cultivation. John Laurence was the son of a country clergyman." His Kalender virtually replaced the parts of Evelyn's Kalendarium Hortense relating to fruit. " Raphael With instruction for each month's planting and propagation; includes a section on the use of the barometer. Hunt Botanical Catalogue II, 440: Raphael, An Oak Spring Pomona #19. Full 19th century tan calf, yellow edges, a little rubbbed, a few spots to prelims, else fine.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2010-03-08 20:05:58
Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mot
Florentin Delaulne, 1718. First edition, the Delaulne issue, without the repeated pages 159-68; pp. [8], 419, [5]; full contemporary calf, red morocco label on gilt-paneled spine; joints starting, else very good. Published posthumously and seen through the press by Andrew Ramsay who has supplied a preface. An important work by the archbishop of Cambrai, "wherein he entered an eloquent plea for greater simplicity and naturalness in the pulpit, and urged preachers to take the scriptural, natural style of Bossuet as their model, rather than the coldly analytical eloquence of his great rival, Bourdaloue" (EB-11). Three copies of this issue in OCLC. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (rulonmillerbooks) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2010-03-07 20:15:50
Pignatelli, Giacomo
Gabrielis & Samuelis De Tournes, Coloniae Allobrogum, 1718. .[ [7], 264, [4], 172, [6], 266, PGS.].ENGRAVED TITLE PAGES.ENGRAVED HEADERS AND LETTERS ON FIRST PAGE OF EACH TOME.A review of Canon Law. Latin Text. Vellum in very good condition originally with leather ties only 1 remaining. Volume 3 of a 6 volume set. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Eveleigh Books [Dover, MA, U.S.A.]

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