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2018-06-28 20:33:44
HELLWIG, CHRISTOPH (VALENTIN KRÄUTERMANN).
Franckfurt und Leipzig, Ernst Ludwig Niedt, 1719. Cntemp. full calf., richly gilt spine, titlelabel with gilt letteing. Spine a little rubbed. Small tears at upper compartment and a nick to lower spineend. Engraved frontispiece. Title in red a. black. (14),672,(32) pp. Internally fine. ¶ "Many of the recorded works by Kräutermann were issued after Hellwig's death in 1721, the latest 1793. Most of these are new eds. but some do not appear to have been published previously. Despite the existence of prefaces signed Kraütermann and dated 1723 and 1733, most authorities from Jöcher and Seguier onwards have assigned the works to C. von Hellwig and a note by his son Johann Gottlob on p. 87 of 'Nosce te ipsum' (1744) supports the attribution ('in meinem seel. Vaters Comp. Medicinae Renunciatur). (Wellcome III: p. 240). - This edition not in Wellcome and Waller, not in Simon and Vicaire.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-27 07:21:37
[DEFOE, Daniel ]
London: for W. Taylor, 1719. London: for W. Taylor,, 1719. who lived eight and twenty years, all alone in an un-inhabited island on the coast of America, near the mouth of the great river of Oroonoque; Having been cast on Shore by Shipwreck, wherein all the Men perished but himself. With An Account how he was at last as strangely deliver'd by Pyrates. Written by himself. [With:] The farther adventures of Robinson Crusoe; being the second and last part of his life, and of the strange surprizing accounts of his travels round three parts of the globe. Written by himself. To which is added a map of the World, in which is Delineated the Voyages of Robinson Crusoe. 2 volumes, octavo (183 × 115 mm & 193 × 120 mm). Contemporary calf, part 1 in calf, spine gilt in compartments, red morocco twin labels with French volume number, curl marbled endpapers, red edges; part 2 in English panelled calf, pale red morocco label, spine gilt in compartments with central flower design and flower-heads in corners, plain endpapers, red sprinkled edges. Custom red quarter morocco folding case by the Chelsea Bindery. Part 1 with engraved frontispiece, 2 leaves publisher's ads at end; part 2 with folding double hemisphere world map. Part 1 with early ownership inscription cut away from head of binder's blank, early female ownership inscription at head of title erased, initials "E.D." in a contemporary hand at foot of B5r; part 2 with armorial Rolle bookplate (John Rolle, baron Rolle of Stevenstone, 1750–1842); small inkstamp and neat inscriptions of the Swedish collector Thore Virgin, Bibliotheca Qva … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2018-06-23 22:04:19
DEFOE, Daniel.]
London: for W. Taylor, 1719. 2 volumes, octavo (183 × 115 mm & 193 × 120 mm). Contemporary calf, part 1 in calf, spine gilt in compartments, red morocco twin labels with French volume number, curl marbled endpapers, red edges; part 2 in English panelled calf, pale red morocco label, spine gilt in compartments with central flower design and flower-heads in corners, plain endpapers, red sprinkled edges. Custom red quarter morocco folding case by the Chelsea Bindery. Part 1 with early ownership inscription cut away from head of binder's blank, early female ownership inscription at head of title erased, initials "E.D." in a contemporary hand at foot of B5r; part 2 with armorial Rolle bookplate (John Rolle, baron Rolle of Stevenstone, 1750–1842); small inkstamp and neat inscriptions of the Swedish collector Thore Virgin, Bibliotheca Qvarnforsiana, to endpapers, dated 1951. Part 1 rubbed, neat repairs to headcaps, faint stain affecting first 2 quires in fore margin, last 4 quires toned as always due to inferior paper stock, short closed tears in lower margin to a few leaves (B1, H5, L8, S7), lower outer corner of Y1r faintly printed, a few minor blemishes, still generally fresh and clean; part 2 with skilful restoration to headcap and joints, internally excellent, very fresh and clean; overall, a very good set of a highly desirable book very rarely found in anything like its original published state. Part 1 with engraved frontispiece, 2 leaves publisher's ads at end; part 2 with folding double hemisphere world map. First editions of both parts of the book that is widely accepted … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2018-06-19 09:58:00
TOURNEFORT J. PITTON.
Ex Typ. Regia., Parisiis, 1719. 3 voll., in 8°, m. tela no coeva, cc.nn. 3 + pp. XXXII + cc.nn. 8 + pp. 695 + cc.nn. 5 + pp. 58 (1° vol. di solo testo) + 489 tavv. (2° e 3° vol.). Front. fig. Testate, capilettera e finaline.
Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone [Roma, RM, Italy]
2018-06-19 09:57:47
TOURNEFORT J. PITTON.
Ex Typ. Regia., Parisiis, 1719. 3 voll., in 8°, m. tela no coeva, cc.nn. 3 + pp. XXXII + cc.nn. 8 + pp. 695 + cc.nn. 5 + pp. 58 (1° vol. di solo testo) + 489 tavv. (2° e 3° vol.). Front. fig. Testate, capilettera e finaline.
Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone [Roma, RM, Italy]
2018-06-19 06:28:10
Oxford: John Baskett / T. Wood and S. Palmer, 1719. Book. Thick Small Quarto, unpaginated; VG; bound in contemporary brown leather, paneled spine with no lettering; boards diced; moderate rubbing and wear to binding; some margins cute close but without loss to text; 6 lines of ink writing to verso of ffep; mild age-toning to pages; The Book of Common Prayer: Printed by John Baskett in 1719, The Holy Bible: Printed by John Baskett in 1723, The Whole Book of Psalms: Printed by T. Wood and S. Palmer in 1723; EH consignment; Case 4. Shelved Dupont Bookstore. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA [Rockville, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-06-18 12:25:13
ORLANDI PELLEGRINO ANTONIO .-
Bologna, per Costantino Pisarri, 1719. In 4°, pergamena coeva; pp. (2), 530, con 5 tavole incise su rame f. t. con riproduzioni di cifre e marche "usate dagl'Inventori, e Intagliatori nelle stampe" con relative delucidazioni. Esemplare appartenuto allo storico dell'arte Michael Levey, sua firma al frontespizio ed alcune annotazioni a penna nel testo.Schlosser, p. 485. Cicognara, 2169-2171 (per altre edizioni). Brunet IV, 231. Graesse, V, 48.
Bookseller: Libreria Docet di Rabiti Loris [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2018-06-16 10:34:42
CORRADI d'AUSTRIA, Domenico
Per Bartolomeo Soliani, 1719. (23 x 35) EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Brossura moderna. 131 pp. + 1 tav. f.t. Una marca tipografica al frontespizio. Milano, Lavori preparatori per gli Annali della Tipografia Soliani p. 71.
Bookseller: Bibliotheca Culinaria srl [IT]
2018-06-13 13:09:28
Chiquet Jacques
chez, 1719. 8vo oblungo (cm. 26,2x20,5) Frontespizio allegorico, 27 carte geografiche (di cui 23 con coloritura coeva dei confini) intercalate da 27 carte di testo esplicativo, 4 cc.nn. Legatura coeva in pergamena rigida (alcune macchie). Fili oro al ds. e cornici ai piatti. Tagli rossi. Restauro abilmente eseguito ad un angolo del frontespizio e qualche carta lievemente brunita. Nel complesso ottimo esemplare. Non comune.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2018-06-12 05:36:25
LE LONG Jacques
Paris, Gabriel Martin, 1719. In-folio, veau brun du temps, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre en maroquin brun, filet à froid en encadrement sur les plats. Faux-titre, Titre, (11) ff., 1100 pp., (3) pp. Restaurations à la reliure, gardes renouvelées. Vignette héraldique grattée au titre. Quelques menues rousseurs et mentions manuscrites anciennes, petites mouillures marginales à quelques ff. Edition originale. Jacques Le Long (1665-1721), prêtre de l'Oratoire, était bibliothécaire de cet institut.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Denis [France, Tours]
2018-06-07 16:05:24
There of; From The Earlieft Account of Time, to the Death of His Late Majesty King William III. Containing A Faithful Relation of all Affairs of state Ecclesiastical and Civil. The Whole illustrated with Large and useful notes, taken from disvers manuscripts, and other Authors: and the effiges of the Kings and Queens from the Originals, Engraven by the beft Masters. In Three Volumes, with Alphabetical Indexes to each. PRIMO Volume. I. Beginning with the History of Britain to William the conqueror By Mr John Milton. II. From the Conquest to the End of the King Edward III. By Samuel Daniel, Esq; III. The Reigns of King Eichard II. King Henry IV, V, and VI All new Writ in Mr Daniel's Method. IV. The Reign of King Edward. By John Habinghton, Esq. V. The lives of king Edward V. and RIchard III. By Sir Tho. Moore. Translated from the Latin Original. VI. The life of King Richard III. By George Buck, Esq; VII. The Life of King Henry VII. By Francis Lord Bacon. The Second Edition Corrected, With amendments, and Additions to the trird Volume. London. Printed for R. Bonwicke, Tim Goodwin, J. Walthoi, J. Wotton. 1719, in folio, pp. 10nn.+640+24 nn. di indici, con 18 tavole finemente incise raffiguranti i re a piena pagina e fuori testo. Riparazioni artistiche e professionali ai margini di alcune pagine che non ledono la leggibilità del testo. SECONDO Volume. Containing: I. The History of King Henry VIII. Written by the Right Honorable Edward Lord Herbert of Cherbury. II. The Life of King Edward VI. By Sir John Hayward. III. The Life of Queen Mary. Wirtten in Latin by Francis Godwin , L … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Langella Pasquale [Napoli, NA, Italy]
2018-06-06 07:19:02
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There of; From The Earlieft Account of Time, to the Death of His Late Majesty King William III. Containing A Faithful Relation of all Affairs of state Ecclesiastical and Civil. The Whole illustrated with Large and useful notes, taken from disvers manuscripts, and other Authors: and the effiges of the Kings and Queens from the Originals, Engraven by the beft Masters. In Three Volumes, with Alphabetical Indexes to each. PRIMO Volume. I. Beginning with the History of Britain to William the conqueror By Mr John Milton. II. From the Conquest to the End of the King Edward III. By Samuel Daniel, Esq; III. The Reigns of King Eichard II. King Henry IV, V, and VI All new Writ in Mr Daniel's Method. IV. The Reign of King Edward. By John Habinghton, Esq. V. The lives of king Edward V. and RIchard III. By Sir Tho. Moore. Translated from the Latin Original. VI. The life of King Richard III. By George Buck, Esq; VII. The Life of King Henry VII. By Francis Lord Bacon. The Second Edition Corrected, With amendments, and Additions to the trird Volume. London. Printed for R. Bonwicke, Tim Goodwin, J. Walthoi, J. Wotton.... 1719, in folio, pp. 10nn.+640+24 nn. di indici, con 18 tavole finemente incise raffiguranti i re a piena pagina e fuori testo. Riparazioni artistiche e professionali ai margini di alcune pagine che non ledono la leggibilità del testo. SECONDO Volume. Containing: I. The History of King Henry VIII. Written by the Right Honorable Edward Lord Herbert of Cherbury. II. The Life of King Edward VI. By Sir John Hayward. III. The Life of Queen Mary. Wirtten in Latin by Francis Godwin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Langella [IT]
2018-06-04 15:57:06
Treskot/ Schmidt Johann/ Jacob (1719 - 1786) St Petersburg
Artist: Treskot/ Schmidt Johann/ Jacob ( - 1786) St Petersburg; issued in: Augsburg; date: ca 1784, 1719. - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Printed on 3 sheets joined together, stains left; - size (in cm): 63,5 x 139; - description: Map shows total Russia from Lithuania and Poland in the west to the Pacific Ocean and the Aleutian Islands in the east. The map is based upon the work of Johann Treskot and Johann Schmidt. Their 23-sheet survey of Russia was completed in 1776 for the Imperial Academy of Sciences. Johann Treskot, member of the geographical Department of the St Petersburg Academy of Sciences, 1742. He compiled many of the maps published by the Academy, one of this, is the; Tabula geographica Imperii Russici.thsi map has been published by Conrad Lotter. - vita of the artist: Johann Treskot, member of the geographical Department of the St Petersburg Academy of Sciences, 1742. He compiled many of the maps published by the Academy, one of this, is the "Tabula geographica Imperii Russici".
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2018-05-31 21:50:40
Leonard, Frederic [editor]
Paris, 1719. Seven volumes. Engraved portraits. Quarto. Contemporary calf, spines gilt extra. Moderate rubbing to extremities. Head and toe of spines chipped on first, second, and fifth volumes. Hinges starting on a few volumes, some minor worming in spine areas. Armorial bookplate in each volume. Else a very good set, internally clean except for only occasional foxing and tanning. A vast collection of all the treaties and commercial agreements entered into by France with other nations from 1435 to 1700, including many treaties relating to America. The NUC entry for this work describes it in six volumes and locates five sets. Sabin states the work consists of six regular volumes plus two additional volumes of twenty-nine treaties with separate titlepages for each. This set includes the first of these additional volumes, but not the second. An important collection of treaties, with much material relating to French possessions in America. Frances Davenport identifies eleven treaties for which the Leonard set gives the first or first French printing between 1556 and 1684, as follows: 1) Davenport 20. Treaty between France and Spain, 1556, by which the French agreed to stay out of Spanish America and the Spanish agreed to leave alone French fisheries off the North American coast. 2) Davenport 22. Treaty between France and Spain, 1585. A similar agreement to keep France out of the Indies. 3) Davenport 26. Treaty between France and England, 1603. This treaty was made while England and Spain were still at war, and arranged for the French and British to take concerted action, with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2018-05-31 14:02:17
(CORRADI D'AUSTRIA Domenico)
per Bartolomeo Soliani, 1719. In-4 gr. (mm. 350x228), bross. mod., pp. 131, con 1 tav. inc. in rame f.t. "Edizione originale" di questa rara opera del matematico e idraulico Domenico de' Corradi d'Austria (1677-1736) che, alla corte di Modena, ebbe molti incarichi statali, civili e militari. Cfr. Diz. Biograf. Italiani,XXIX, p.326-27: "Il Duca Rinaldo II d'Este si affidò al Corradi perchè dimostrasse la necessità di una diversa sistemazione del corso del Reno, che comunque avrebbe dovuto sempre gettarsi in mare. Questi scrisse "Effetti dannosi.." nel 1717 sostenendo che l'introduzione di esso nel Po grande ne farebbe elevare il fondo, diminuire la velocità o addirittura invertire il corso in certi tratti e che comunque il Po finirebbe per interrarsi, con gravissime conseguenze per tutta la pianura padana.. Propone piuttosto una sistemazione del corso superiore del Reno, le cui acque dovrebbero confluire nel Po di Primaro - Eustachio Manfredi, per conto dei Bolognesi, si oppose a tale progetto e rispose al Corradi con un "Compendio ed esame del libro..." in cui sostiene che i suoi calcoli sono errati e che la sua tesi deriva soprattutto dall'astio verso i Bolognesi; i documenti e le testimonianze storiche da lui citati dimostrerebbero che già nel passato Il Reno era stato tributario del Po senza che ne fossero conseguiti danni.. Risentito il Corradi rispose con un "Ragguaglio di una scrittura..", nel 1719, in cui ribadisce la sua convinzione del certo interramento del Po qualora vi fosse immesso il Reno, anche se ammette che alcuni rilievi marginali del Manfredi sono giusti. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
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2018-05-30 15:55:32
Daniel Defoe
W. Taylor at the Ship and Black-Swan in Paternaster Row,, London, 1719. Set of three Daniel Defoe Editions of Robinson Crusoe:  Exceptionally rare set comprising all three books in the Robinson Crusoe series. A very good set in very good condition. All volumes are rebacked in calf with Vol 1 and 2 having raised bands on the spine. The contents are in very good condition with a scattering of brownings and light markings. Covers are lightly rubbed and corners/edges a little worn. Bindings are tight. All octavo 20cm x 13cm x 3cm. Volume 1, The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York Mariner and Volume 2, The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, Being the Second and last part of his life. Together with the rarest of the three - Serious Reflections During the Life and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe with his vision of the Angelick World. Volume 1: The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. Second Edition. 1719. Bookplate on front free page. Engraved front piece portrait by Clarke and Pine. Variant in p 343 Line 2 reading "Pilot" and Line 21 "Portugesfe" printed for W. Taylor at the ship in Pater-Nofter-Row. Volume 2: The Farther Adventures of Robinson Crusoe being the second and last part of his life. First edition 1719. Map is missing. Volume 3: Serious Reflections of Robinson Crusoe: First edition. 1720. This volume was not as popular as the first two books so was never reprinted, making this the first and only printing. Few exists outside museums. This volume has excellent provenance as it was owned by Walter Wilson who … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare And Antique Books PBFA [Exeter, DEVON, United Kingdom]
2018-05-30 14:35:25
LIRON, Jean
Paris, Jean-Michel Garnier, 1719. In-4. Collation : (8), XXXVI, 364 (4) pp. Maroquin rouge, filets d'encadrements dorés, armes dorées au centre, dos à nerfs orné, tranches dorées sur marbrures. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ Première édition de ce travail de bénédictin. Dom Jean Liron (Chartres, 1665 - Le Mans, 1749), bénédictin de la congrégation de Saint-Maur, voulait dans cette "bibliothèque générale" couvrir toute la France, mais c'est le seul volume qu'il publia. Il concerne donc son diocèse natal, celui de Chartres, qui comprenait alors celui de Blois. On y trouve Simon de Monfort, Ronsard, Rémy Belleau, Philippe Des Portes, Guillaume et Martin Du Bellay, Denis Papin... et le méconnu Jean Conneau qui "a trouvé le moyen à peu de frais de faire passer son nom à la postérité". Nous pouvons le croire. Très bel exemplaire aux armes sur les plats et entre les nerfs d'Henry-François d'Aguesseau (1668-1751), chancelier de France, puis commandeur et grand trésorier des ordres du Roi. Profond érudit et grand jurisconsulte - il a été le "le juriste du siècle des Lumières" - le chancelier d'Aguesseau avait rassemblé une bibliothèque importante et bien choisie. Olivier pl. 594, fer n°1. *-------*.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2018-05-28 14:35:13
LE LONG (Jacques).
A Paris, chez Charles Osmont, 1719. in-folio. 13ff. 1100pp. 1f. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné d’un fer armorié (reliure de l’époque restaurée). Edition Originale de cet important ouvrage, l’une des premières études bibliographiques sur l’édition française. "Malgré de nombreuses omissions et de graves inexactitudes, cet ouvrage est un des travaux les plus essentiels qu'ait produits la science bibliographique, et il doit se trouver dans toutes les grandes bibliothèques" (Brunet). Bon exemplaire orné du fer armorié d'Emmanuel-Henri-Timoléon de Cossé-Brissac (1698-1757), ecclésiastique issu de l'illustre famille originaire de Maine-et-Loire. D'abord grand vicaire de Lyon, puis aumônier du Roi, il fut désigné comme agent général du clergé de France en 1730, avant de devenir évêque de Condom, de 1735 à 1757. O.H.R., 6ème série (2ème partie), pl. 626. Brunet, III, 958. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-05-25 12:06:02
Braunschweig Schröder bis 1722. O-Halbpergamenteinband mit marmorierten Deckeln, Einband mit Gebrauchsspuren, Zahlen und Namen der Zeit auf Vorsatz, Vorsatzblatt angestaubt, 1.-20. Oefnung: 860 Seiten mit einigen Tabellen und Genealogien im Text, (24 S.) Register, ohne Kupferstichansicht "Flaggen und Segel" (4. Öffnung). Ein Teil der Titelblätter der zwanzig Öffnungen wurde nicht miteingebunden (fortlaufende Seitenzahlen) bzw. fehlt. Der Text aller Öffnungen ist fortlaufend und vollständig, 8°. - - - Rar! Nur in vier Bibliotheken weltweit! Die 20 Öffnungen beinhalten u. a. folgende Artikel: Praetendenten auff die Cron Engelland (England); Herr Tördenschild erbäutete Schwedische Schiffe, Verlust der spanischen Fregatte vor Palermo am 30. April 1719; Die Engelländische Successions-Acte von 1701; Pillory in Engelland; Cardinal Julio Alberoni; Die Schiffahrt Signalen; Gebuhrten, Vermählungen und Absterben Hoher und berühmter Personen 1719; Vom Actien-Handel (Aktienhandel) in Frankreich; Von der Pfälzischen Religions-Affaire; Wahl eines neuen Papstes in Conclave; Vom Reichs-Cammer-Gerichte und dessen Matricul oder Anschlage; Vom Carls-Bade (Karlsbad) in Böhmen; Liste Deutschlands Bäder; Staats-Bedienungen und vielen sonderbaren Gebräuchen des Türckischen Hofes; Vom heiligen Nepomuceno, Canonisation eines neuen Heiligen durch Papst Innocentii (Innozenz) XIII.; Von des Czaars (Zaren) Einkünfte und Kriegs-Staat; Unterscheide derer Gesandten (Papst und Höfe); Pommersche Begebenheiten 17. August; Vom Hanseatischen Bund; Von Vineta und Julin (Ostsee); Erdbeben in der Stadt Tauris in P … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2018-05-23 13:48:12
Grozio Ugo
1719. Formato cm. 25x19. Volume I: pagine (6), 648. Volume II: pagine (2), 268 (88) 44. Rilegatura in piena pergamena coeva con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso. Mancanze nella pergamena dovute all'umidità. Manca la pagina numero 1 che precede l'inizio del testo. Gravi macchie di umidità e bruniture che non pregiudicano la leggibilità del testo, tracce di tarlo sul margine bianco delle prime 70 pagine del primo volume. Frontespizi con testo in rosso e nero. Alcuni finalini incisi. Rade annotazioni di antica mano. I due volumi sono rilegati insieme.
Bookseller: Libreria Rotondi [IT]
2018-05-18 12:27:53
Rocca, Angelus.
Rom Michaelis. 4°. 2 w. Bll., 8 Bll., 511(1) S., 2 w. Bll. u. 2 w., Bll., 4 Bll., 463 (1) S., 61 Bll. (=Index), 2 w. Bl. (letztes fehlt). Perg. d. Zt. mit verg. Ldr.-RSch. (leicht berieben u. bestoßen, minimal fleckig, Bd.2: RSch. mit kl Randläsuren). Erste Gesamtausgabe. Brunet IV, 1340. Graesse VI/1, 142. LThK VIII, 924: "Rocca (1545-1620) ist einer von den wenigen liturgisch-archäologischen Schriftstellern, der seine Zeit zu überleben verdient hat. 1614 schenkte er seine in 40 Jahren gesammelte Bibliothek dem Konvent S. Agostino mit der Auflage, sie dem Publikum zugänglich zu halten: es war die erste öffentliche Bibliothek Roms; sie zählte über 150000 Bde. (und) ca. 3000 Handschriften . Die Gesamtausgabe seiner eigenen Schriften (vorliegend) (Rom 1719) enthält nur 49 von den über 60 Werken, die . bei Ossinger und Perini zusammen vollständig verzeichnet sind." - Titelei leicht fingerfleckig, teils papierbedingt minimal gebräunt, Bibl.-Stempel auf Titel, NaV. Bd.2: zum Ende hingehend immer stärker werdende Wurmlöcher, meist jedoch nur mit geringem Textverlust. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Daniel Osthoff [Wuerzburg, BY, Germany]
2018-05-08 09:22:54
Kettilby, Mary
Richard Wilkin London 1719 Second Edition. Dust Jacket No Jacket - as issued 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Full-Leather Good Printed for Mary Kettilby, and sold by Richard Wilkin, at the King's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard. Preface together with163 pages for part I and 86 pages for part II. Modern panelled leather. Spine with raised bands. Cagle 790. Oxford page 54. Maclean page 79.
Bookseller: Books & Bygones [Reading, United Kingdom]
2018-04-25 23:31:41
Chatelain, H. A.
Henry Abraham Chatelain ca. 1719. 40x52cm. Excellent impression, full recent colour. Excellent condition.
Bookseller: Garwood & Voigt [Sevenoaks, United Kingdom]
2018-04-17 14:00:04
Lilly, John
1719. Comprehensive 1719 Treatise on Conveyancing Lilly, John. The Practical Conveyancer: In Two Parts. Part I. Containing Rules and Instructions for Drawing All Sorts of Conveyances of Estates and Interests, Whether Real or Personal, In Possession or Expectancy. Also Particular Rules for the Exposition of Deeds, Wills, &c. And of Words Used in Conveyances. Together With The Resolutions of the Several Courts at Westminster, In Cases Wherein Difficulties have Arisen Touching the Words and Clauses in Deeds, Devises, &c. The Whole Extracted by Way of Abridgment from the Reports at Large of the Said Cases, And Alphabetically Digested Under Proper Heads. Part II. Being the First Part Reduced into Practice, In a Select Collection of Precedents, viz. Marriage-Settlements, Bargains and Sales, Leases, Leases and Releases, Deeds of Copartnership, of Exchange, of Release and Confirmation; Mortgages, Surrenders, Wills, Letters of Attorney, Assignments of Stocks and Exchequer Annuities, Ecclesiastical Instruments, &c. [London] Printed by Eliz. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling, 1719. Two parts, each with title page. [xc], 442; 443-788, [i.e.688], [40] pp. (Pp. 200-299 omitted in numbering). Last page is a publisher advertisement. Folio (13" x 8"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, blind fillets along joints, raised bands and recent lettering piece to spine, joints and head of spine neatly reinforced. Light rubbing and some scuffing to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front joint just starting, hinges cracked, early armorial bookplate to front … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-04-16 20:01:11
CHIQUET Jacques
1719Paris, Chez Chéreau au grand St Rémy, sans date (1719), volume in-4 oblong (à l'italienne), reliure demi basane marbrée à coins fin XIXe début XXe, exemplaire particulièrement frais, très bon état Atlas bien complet de la planche de titre gravée, et des 27 cartes gravées avec les frontières colorées alternant avec 27 pages de texte explicatif pour chaque carte, et suivies de 4 pages de recapitulatif de géographie sacrée contenant " tous les Archevèchez et Evêschez qui sont répendus dans toutes les parties du monde".
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Jean Faye [France, Vichy]
2018-04-16 19:24:06
LA FAYETTE Madame de SEGRAIS Jean regnault de
- Par La compagnie des Libraires, A Paris 1719, In-12 (9x16cm), (2) 312pp. cviij (2) et (2) 324pp., relié. - nuova edizione Copiare le braccia di Emilie Charlotte Le Fevre de Caumartin La Balleroy cantiere, figlia di Louis-François Le Fèvre de Caumartin, signore di Boissy e moglie del marchese del Tribunale di Balleroy. armi femminili sono rari e ricercati, poche donne hanno fatto le biblioteche per le armi. Raccoglitori pieni punteggiati vitello marrone. Indietro con i nervi decorati. come mostre all'Avana marocco, numeri di volume dei pezzi di vitello marrone maculato. copricapo testa strappata Volume II. Una macchia marrone nell'angolo sulle prime 10 pagine del primo volume, di fading. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition après la première, très rare, parue en 1670. Le Traité sur l'origine des romans de Huet, sous forme de lettre à Segrais, se trouve à la fin de la première partie de Zaïde. Exemplaire aux armes de Charlotte Emilie Le Fèvre de Caumartin de La cour de Balleroy, fille de Louis-François Le Fèvre de Caumartin, seigneur de Boissy, et épouse du Marquis de la Cour de Balleroy. Les armes féminines sont rares et recherchées, peu de femmes ayant constitué des bibliothèques à leurs armoiries. La Marquise de Balleroy, dédécée en 1749, s'installa en Normandie, et s'occupa d'une intense correspondance avec la plus haute noblesse dont elle était issue. Reliures en plein veau brun moucheté. Dos à nerfs ornés. Pièces de titre en maroquin havane, pièces de tomaisons de veau brun moucheté. Coiffe de tête du tome II arrachées. Une tache brune en coin sur les 10 premie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-09 13:54:16
COLLESSON (Jean)
Paris, Laurent d'Houry, 1719. pl. basane marbrée époque, dos orné, coins lég. usés, qq. annotations anciennes en marge. Bonne édition augmentée de ce rare traité alchimique. Dorbon n°794 "Cette 3e édition contient, de plus que les précédentes, un petit opuscule d'alchimie. sous le titre de Songe de l'auteur, et qui est fort curieux." - Duveen p.141 - Ferguson I.171 - Caillet n°2439 - Cat. Guaïta n°172 - Cat. Verginelli n°77. in 12, de 62pp. 8ff. 81pp. & 20pp. pour le "Songe de l'auteur",
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [Saint Xandre - La Rochelle, --, France]
2018-04-07 13:09:09
Alf layla wa-layla - French].
Lyon, Antoine Briasson, 1709-1719. 8vo. 6 vols. (24), 312 pp. (8), 352 pp. (12), 322 pp. (12), 323, (1) pp. (6), 228 pp. (6), 456 pp. Contemporary mottled calf, gold-tooled spines on five raised bands, gilt labels to spines, red sprinkled edges. The first six volumes of the original edition of the Arabian Nights, considered unobtainable in all twelve volumes as published by Antoine Galland from 1704 onwards. Of the utmost rarity: not a single copy of any of the original issues (even separate volumes or incomplete sets) traceable at auction or in the trade within the last decades; even the Bibliothèque nationale de France holds only an incomplete set (lacking vol. 3, cf. FRBNF33486572), while all but four (Univ. of Indiana, UCLA, Princeton, and Newberry) of the 91 entries in OCLC refer either to separate volumes or incomplete sets. The Newberry (OCLC 919637686) and Princeton copies seem to be identical with ours, describing the imprint as "Lyon, chez Antoine Briasson" dated 1709-17 (Princeton: 1706-20). The twelve volumes initially appeared over a period of 13 years, but due to their immense popularity the separately published volumes were reissued multiple times by their original three printers in Paris and Lyon, and so all known sets - complete or incomplete - are made up of various issues of the original edition. "With our present knowledge, we cannot distinguish those reissues or tell whether any real differences entered into them" (Macdonald, 388). Pirated editions, too, appeared at once in Holland; only in 1726 did a distinctive second edition appear in six volumes (Ch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-04-04 04:11:40
Fontenelle, Bernard le Bovier, Sieur de
Printed by J. Darby, for M. Wellington, at the King's Head, over against St. Clement's Church in the Strand, London, 1719. 12mo, pp. [i-iii] iv-x [xi-xii] 1-176 [177-178] 179-211 [212: blank] [213-216: ads], two inserted plates, one folded, early full paneled calf, spine panel tooled in gold and blind, brown leather title label affixed to spine panel. The fourth edition of the Glanvill translation, with additions. Fontenelle's ENTRETIENS SUR LA PLURALITE DES MONDES, his most famous and frequently reprinted and translated book, was first published in 1686. It is "the first example in French of a learned work placed within the reach of an educated but non specialized public." - DSB, V, 59. A popular account of the systems of Ptolemy, Copernicus, and Tycho Brahe in dialogue form, the treatise "awakened general interest in astronomy and popularized the scientific system of inquiry; it also emphasized the small space occupied by man and this planet relatively to the rest of the universe. The work was ridiculed by Voltaire, though it suggested his MICROMEGAS." - The Oxford Companion to French Literature (1959), p. 278. The first of the three seventeenth-century English translations was A DISCOURSE OF THE PLURALITY OF WORLDS . Translated into English by Sir W. D. Knight. (Dublin: Printed by Andr. Crook and Sam. Helsham, for William Norman, 1687). The first edition of the Glanvill translation (containing five dialogues) was published in 1688, the same year Aphra Behn's translation of Fontenelle's book, A DISCOVERY OF NEW WORLDS, was published in London by William Canning. A later t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Currey, L.W. Inc. ABAA/ILAB [Elizabethtown, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-03-31 15:42:58
Reverend John Donne, D D
London: Printed for J. Tonson, and Sold by W. Taylor at the Ship in Pater-noster Row, 1719. The Greatest of the Metaphysical Poets, the Reverend John Donne, D.D. Late Dean of St. Paul's. All interior pages are secure no tears or turned edges. A previous owner has written on both front endpapers including a quote by Coleridge on Donne.The interior text block is unmarked; no underlining or marginalia.
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2018-03-27 18:13:07
LA FAYETTE MADAME DE SEGRAIS JEAN REGNAULT DE
" - Par La compagnie des Libraires, A Paris 1719, In-12 (9x16cm), (2) 312pp. cviij (2) et (2) 324pp., relié. - Nouvelle édition après la première, très rare, parue en 1670. Le Traité sur l'origine des romans de Huet, sous forme de lettre à Segrais, se trouve à la fin de la première partie de Zaïde. Exemplaire aux armes de Charlotte Emilie Le Fèvre de Caumartin de La cour de Balleroy, fille de Louis-François Le Fèvre de Caumartin, seigneur de Boissy, et épouse du Marquis de la Cour de Balleroy. Les armes féminines sont rares et recherchées, peu de femmes ayant constitué des bibliothèques à leurs armoiries. La Marquise de Balleroy, dédécée en 1749, s'installa en Normandie, et s'occupa d'une intense correspondance avec la plus haute noblesse dont elle était issue. Reliures en plein veau brun moucheté. Dos à nerfs ornés. Pièces de titre en maroquin havane, pièces de tomaisons de veau brun moucheté. Coiffe de tête du tome II arrachées. Une tache brune en coin sur les 10 premiers feuillets du tome I, allant s'estompant, cette tache reprenant ensuite, s'élargissant puis disparaissant. Une zone plus brune en bordure du coin droit du tome I, sur le plat supérieur. Malgré quelques défauts, bel exemplaire. On considère aujourd'hui que Zaïde fut une oeuvre commune de Segrais et Madame de La Fayette, dont la princesse de Clèves paraîtra en 1678. Segrais était son secrétaire, et on pense qu'il fournit les matériaux et les recherches historiques alors que Madame de La Fayette en assura l'entière rédaction. L'action se situe en Espagne au IXe siècle, Consalve, fils de l'un des plus grands … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France, Paris]
2018-03-25 07:19:02
Milton, John
London: Jacob Tonson, 1719. Tenth Edition. Hardcover. 12mo, [viii], 315, [1], [40, [4], 148 pages; VG; bound in contemporary full brown cloth with paneled spine, burgundy label with gilt lettering; some wear and bumping to boards; remnants of gilt roll to board edges; unsigned engraved frontispiece portrait, with Dryden epigram; with all twelve plates in excellent condition, (the 1688 plates further reduced), one for each book; contains the text to Paradise Lost, an unpaginated forty page index, a four page listing of "Books Printed by Jacob Tonson", and Addison's Notes. Addison's notes has a separate title page; JG consignment; shelved case 0. Firt separate appearance of Addison's Notes and first edition of Paradise Lost to be accompanied by these notes.; Wickenheiser 618, Coleridge 98, Kohler 11;. Dupont.
Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA [Rockville, MD, U.S.A.]
2018-03-23 08:21:46
Milton, John
London: Jacob Tonson, 1719. Tenth Edition. Hardcover. 12mo, [viii], 315, [1], [40, [4], 148 pages; VG; bound in contemporary full brown cloth with paneled spine, burgundy label with gilt lettering; some wear and bumping to boards; remnants of gilt roll to board edges; unsigned engraved frontispiece portrait, with Dryden epigram; with all twelve plates in excellent condition, (the 1688 plates further reduced), one for each book; contains the text to Paradise Lost, an unpaginated forty page index, a four page listing of "Books Printed by Jacob Tonson", and Addison's Notes. Addison's notes has a separate title page;JG consignment; shelved case 0. Firt separate appearance of Addison's Notes and first edition of Paradise Lost to be accompanied by these notes.;Wickenheiser 618, Coleridge 98, Kohler 11;. Dupont.
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2018-03-18 15:56:39
DEFOE, Daniel
London: Printed for W. Taylor, 1719. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. Two parts in two volumes (without the third part of 1720). 8vo (182 x118 mm; 194 x 121 mm). [4], 364, [4]; [8], 373, [11] pp. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Crusoe by Clark & Pine facing title-page in first volume, folding engraved map of the world in second volume, 4 terminal pages of publisher's advertisements in first volume, 11 pages in second volume, woodcut initials and headpieces, woodcut device on second title-page. Bound in disparate but fairly well matching contemporary calf, spines with 5 raised bands gilt in compartments and with gilt lettering pieces, first volume with marbled endpapers and red-dyed edges, second volume with panelled boards and red-sprinkled edges. First volume with minor repair to head of spine, second volume with hinges split (boards securely fixed at inner hinges), extremities worn, boards rubbed, corners bumped. Set preserved in custom-made slipcase. Internally quite crisp and clean with only very little browning (preliminaries and final gatherings in first volume somewhat stronger), occasional faint dampstaining and short closed tears (without loss) to lower margin of first volume and a small print flaw in lower outer corner of leaf Y1 affecting a few letters, occasional minor spotting and finger soiling to both volumes. Provenance: Eliza ? (cancelled illegible ink signature on title-page of first volume), Thore Virgin (signature dated 25.7.1951 on front-pastedown and small ink stamp to first flyleaf of second volume); John Rolle, baron of Stevenstone … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2018-03-15 12:03:45
[Compagnie d'Occident]
Paris, 1719. 3pp. Quarto, on a folded folio sheet. Some very minor foxing. Contemporary inscription. Fine. A French royal decree concerning shares in the Compagnie d'Occident. "Apparently a variant issue to Wroth 685, of which only the one copy in the British Museum is known and which seems to bear no colophon, or other typographical indications. These special shares, which had been issued in payment of army supplies, and had been endorsed by the Sieurs de Sauroy and de la Jonchere, are henceforth to be considered as ordinary shares in the Compagnie d'Occident, and these gentlemen thereby relieved of all responsibility with regard to them" - Maggs. No copies in OCLC. Rare. From the library of Cardinal Etienne Charles de Lomenie de Brienne (1727-94), Minister of Louis XVI, Archbishop of Toulouse and of Sens. A friend of Voltaire and a member of the Académie Française, Brienne wielded significant power as head of the Finance Ministry, which earned him many enemies. He died in prison during the French Revolution, despite having renounced Catholicism in 1793 (presumably as an attempt to save his life). WROTH, ACTS OF FRENCH ROYAL ADMINISTRATION 685 (ref). MAGGS, FRENCH COLONISATION OF AMERICA 123 (this copy).
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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2018-03-15 06:03:59
[Compagnie des Indes]
Paris, 1719. 7pp. Quarto, on a folded folio sheet. Very minor foxing. Contemporary inscription. Fine. A French royal decree eliminating the tariffs on several items. "This decree abolishes the duty on olive, sweet almond, nut and fish oils, on fish itself and on playing cards" - Maggs. It also alters the tariffs on tobacco. In 1719, John Law's Compagnie d'Occident absorbed several other entities to become the present Compagnie des Indes. Wroth lists three copies; OCLC adds only one more. Rare. From the library of Cardinal Etienne Charles de Lomenie de Brienne (1727-94), Minister of Louis XVI, Archbishop of Toulouse and of Sens. A friend of Voltaire and a member of the Acad�mie Fran�aise, Brienne wielded significant power as head of the Finance Ministry, which earned him many enemies. He died in prison during the French Revolution, despite having renounced Catholicism in 1793 (presumably as an attempt to save his life). WROTH, ACTS OF FRENCH ROYAL ADMINISTRATION 707. MAGGS, FRENCH COLONISATION OF AMERICA 135 (this copy). OCLC 54193398.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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2018-03-10 11:26:01
CASAREGI Giuseppe Lorenzo Maria
Firenze, Tartini e Franchi, 1719 (i tomi I e II); e Firenze, Paperini, 1729 (il III tomo). 3 voll. in-f (33 x 21), di pp. (6)+XI+319; pp. (6)+XIX+503+(4)+59; pp. (24)+500+CLVII+(3). Nel III vol., bel ritratto del Casaregi inc. su rame. da Cosimo Mogalli. Leg. mezza perg. moderna, titoli in oro ai dorsi. Esemplare integro, ma con vasta chiazza bruna di umidità che pervade il testo dei 3 voll., senza inficiarne la leggibilità. (8744) E' questa l'opera massima del celebre giureconsulto genovese G. L. M. Casaregi (1670-1737), che sovente si trova senza il terzo tomo, apparso a dieci anni di distanza dai primi due. Essa comprende 186 discursus, ovvero pareri legali e sentenze della Rota Genovese e di quella fiorentina, in materia di diritto commerciale e cambiario, con particolare attenzione alla marina mercantile nelle sue articolazioni (noli, assicurazioni, avarie, naufragi etc.); il tutto accumulato nella lunga esperienza dell'autore, prima a Genova e poi a Firenze. Una prima edizione, apparsa a Genova, comprendeva solo 50 discorsi; nella edizione fiorentina i discorsi salirono a 186, con l'aggiunta del Consolato del Mare e, nel terzo tomo, del Cambista Istruito, assai incrementato (questi ultimi testi in italiano). "L'opera rimane soprattutto una raccolta di casi pratici... ottiene risultati magari frammentari ma importanti per il futuro sviluppo della dottrina commercialistica, soprattutto in materia di cambi... di assicurazioni e di girata cambiaria. L'attenzione per il commercio marittimo è preponderante... Fondamentale... il contributo dell'A. al processo... di progressi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [Italy]
2018-03-07 16:40:07
TOURNEFORT Joseph Pitton de -
Parigi, e Typographia Regia, 1700/1703, tre volumi (di cui il primo di testo ed i restanti 2 di tavole) in-4to piena pelle coeva con titoli e fregi dorati ai dorsi, pp. (20)-697 + (8)-54-(6) di "Corollarium". Con marca tipografica incisa in rame al frontespizio del primo volume, due grandi testate e un capolettera figurati incisi in rame, e 489 tavole, anch'esse incise in rame (da Claude Aubriet) con raffigurazioni di migliaia di piante, rilegate in due volumi con due belle antiporte incise in rame . La migliore e più completa edizione di questa importante opera: "punto d'inizio" della botanica sistematica. Pritzel, 9427; Nissen, 1977. Carta leggermente normalmente ingiallita, qualche lieve fioritura ma buona copia.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica [Italy]
2018-03-06 01:58:13
Cabrera, Juan de (1658-1730)
En Madrid: por Eusebio Fernández de Huerta, Año de M.DCC.XIX. [i.e.1719].- // [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B.].- // 1ª ed.- Folio, (295x204 mm).- [28], 771 p.; sign.: ¶-¶¶4, ¶¶¶6, A-Ddddd4, Eeeee2; portada a dos tintas; frisos, iniciales y adornos xilográficos; apostillas marginales.- // Encuadernación de época en media piel y papel de aguas; lomo de cinco nervios con tejuelo granate y filetes grabados en dorado. Lomo, cofias, cantos y puntas fatigados; cantos y puntas abiertos. Portada y última hoja parcialmente rasgadas del cosido. Interior límpio, sin anotaciones, con buenos márgenes; oxidaciones dispersas y cercos de acidez en los cantos del margen inferior y lateral de algunas páginas.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Aguilar Piñal, s. XVIII, II, 158; Colmeiro, Economistas, 124; Díaz Díaz, II, 274; Palau, 38856; Velasco, 43.- // De la Crisis política del jesuita Cabrera podría decirse que es una de las más tardías y curiosas obras de educación de príncipes, así por su fecha como porque se sale tanto de las tradiciones de defensa del absolutismo basadas en Maquiavelo y Lipsio, o en Aristóteles y San Agustín, como de la tradición jesuítica antitiránica, porque ajusta las cualidades exigíbles al Príncipe a que se adecúen a un funcionamiento institucional preferible, determinado a partir de c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2018-03-04 06:53:34
Flacius, Matthias
Frankfurt am Main und Leipzig: Hieronymus Christian Paulus, 1719. Format: Folio (35 x 22 x 8 cm). Vortitel, 1 gestochenes Porträt des Autors mit Name, der Bezeichnung "Theologus" und Lebensdaten, Titel in schwarz/roten Lettern, 5 unpaginierte Blatt Praefatio, 1371 Sp., 31 unpag. Bl. mit diversen Indices, Binnen-Titelblatt ("altera pars"), 3 unpag. Bl. Praefatio, 840 Sp. (darin zwei gefaltete Tab.), 97 unpag. Bl. diverse Indices bis FINIS. HLwd mit schütterem Marmorpapier-Bezug, Vortitel mit Knickspur, minimale Stockflecken auf den ersten Seiten, minimale Randläsuren auf den letzten Seiten. – Matthias Flacius (1520-1575, eigentlich Matija Vlacich, genannt Illyricus), aus Albona in Istrien gebürtig und einer Patrizierfamilie entstammend, genoss in Venedig humanistische Schulbildung. Der ebenfalls aus Albona stammende Lutheraner Baldo Lupetino, ein Verwandter seiner Mutter, machte ihn mit der Reformation bekannt. Über Basel und Tübingen kam Flacius m Jahre 1541 nach Wittenberg, wo Luther und Melanchthon seine Lehrer wurden. Von 1545 bis 1549 hatte er dort eine außerordentliche Professur der hebräischen Sprache inne. 1557 an die streng lutherische Universität Jena berufen, spielte er er eine bedeutsame Rolle im osiandrischen und synergistischen Streit. 1561 wurde er mit dem Vorwurf des Manichäismus seines Amtes enthoben und musste über Regensburg und Antwerpen nach Straßburg ausweichen, wo er wegen fortgesetzter theologischer Auseinandersetzungen 1573 der Stadt verwiesen wurde. Doch wirkte sein Denken in Form "flacianischer Bekenntnisschriften" weiter. – Der vorliegende Band is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Sahlhaus - Kai-Uwe Scholz [Hamburg, Germany]
2018-03-02 02:13:12
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There of; From The Earlieft Account of Time, to the Death of His Late Majesty King William III. Containing A Faithful Relation of all Affairs of state Ecclesiastical and Civil. The Whole illustrated with Large and useful notes, taken from disvers manuscripts, and other Authors: and the effiges of the Kings and Queens from the Originals, Engraven by the beft Masters. In Three Volumes, with Alphabetical Indexes to each. PRIMO Volume. I. Beginning with the History of Britain to William the conqueror By Mr John Milton. II. From the Conquest to the End of the King Edward III. By Samuel Daniel, Esq; III. The Reigns of King Eichard II. King Henry IV, V, and VI All new Writ in Mr Daniel's Method. IV. The Reign of King Edward. By John Habinghton, Esq. V. The lives of king Edward V. and RIchard III. By Sir Tho. Moore. Translated from the Latin Original. VI. The life of King Richard III. By George Buck, Esq; VII. The Life of King Henry VII. By Francis Lord Bacon. The Second Edition Corrected, With amendments, and Additions to the trird Volume. London. Printed for R. Bonwicke, Tim Goodwin, J. Walthoi, J. Wotton.... 1719, in folio, pp. 10nn.+640+24 nn. di indici, con 18 tavole finemente incise raffiguranti i re a piena pagina e fuori testo. Riparazioni artistiche e professionali ai margini di alcune pagine che non ledono la leggibilità del testo. SECONDO Volume. Containing: I. The History of King Henry VIII. Written by the Right Honorable Edward Lord Herbert of Cherbury. II. The Life of King Edward VI. By Sir John Hayward. III. The Life of Queen Mary. Wirtten in Latin by Francis Godwin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Langella [IT]
2018-02-26 21:45:24
JACOB, G[iles]
Printed by Eliz. Nutt and R. Gosling.for B. Lintot, In the Savoy [i.e. London], 1719. xiv, 360pp, [12]. Without initial blank leaf. Contemporary blind-tooled calf, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Rubbed, splitting to joints, slight loss to head of spine. Loss to front blank fly-leaf, else internally clean and crisp. From the library of the Earls of Lovelace, formerly the Barons King of Ockham, with their armorial bookplate to FEP, and the recent ink-stamp of the Ben Damph Forest library to recto of FFEP alongside the ownership inscription of 'William King 1734'. The first edition of legal and literary author, Giles Jacob's (bap. 1686, d. 1744), magnum opus outlines both the common and criminal law within executive branches, from the crown to the customs officers. Jacob, an idealist who believed that the dissemination of legal knowledge would assist in forming a more just nation, states that his treatise on the English Constitution is designed for 'gentlemen of all ranks', and not merely the landed classes. Despite these inclusive ideals, the work was overshadowed by Roger Acherley's monumental Britannic Constitution (1727). Jacob would later find lasting and relatively egalitarian success with the popularity of his A New Law Dictionary (1729) and Every Man His Own Lawyer (1736), the former surpassing 11 editions by the centuries end, the latter 10. A second, and final edition of Lex constitutionis appeared in 1737. William King (1708/9-1754), 4th Lord King Baron of Ockham, son of Sir Peter King, 1st Baron Lovelace, Lord Chief Justice (1714-25) and Lord Chancellor ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquates Ltd - ABA, ILAB [Wareham, Dorset, United Kingdom]
2018-02-22 09:53:36
Luther, Martin / Saubert, Johannes / Glaß, Salomon / Leyser, Polycarp:
Minden, Detleffsen, (). 1719 - 24 S. Vorrede, 19 S. Reg. + Vorrede, 256 Bl., 174 Bl. 129 Bl. (eigentl. 130 Bl., falscher Zahlendruck), Folio 36 cm, blindgeprägtes, ornamentiertes Pergament der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, mit 6 v. ursprüngl. 8 Eck- und 2 v. ursprüngl. 4 Mittelbeschlägen, (Schließen fehlen), dreiseitiger Farbschnitt. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, zweifarbiger Titelei, mit zahlreichen Holzschnitten im Text sowie einigen Vignetten. Pergamenteinband etwas fleckig, teilweise leicht wurmstichig. Falz zwischen S. 8 u. 9 (Vorrede) aufgeplatzt., die ersten 4 Blatt etwas faltig. Vorderer Buchdeckel mit Buchrücken fast ganz von Buchblock gelöst, die ersten Seiten etwas faltig, Titelei am unteren Rand mit Fehlstelle. Ziernägel der Metallplatten teilweise eingedrückt. Seiten vollzählig enthalten(kollationiert). Einige Seiten an den Rändern leicht wurmstichig, nur wenig fleckig, größtenteils sauber erhalten. Zustand im Preis berücksichtigt.
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2018-02-21 13:26:39
GIORGI, Giovanni (XVIII sec.)
Roma, nella stamparia della Reverenda Camera Apostolica [1719]. Libretto diviso in due parti, 12 pp. in-8 (numerazione delle pagine in caratteri romani). Personaggi senza indicazione degli interpreti. Fregio xilografico al frontespizio (stemma di papa Clemente XI). Privo di legatura e piatto inferiore, alcune carte slegate. Macchia di umidità al margine sup. sx del frontespizio e delle prime 6 pagine, altre lievi tracce alle ultime pagine. Piccolissimo strappo senza perdita di carta al margine dx, non lede il testo. Buon esemplare considerata l’età. Prima edizione. Manca a LIS. OPAC SBN cita due soli esemplari conservati presso la Biblioteca universitaria Alessandrina di Roma. Cantata di Natale a tre voci su poesia di Andrea Diotallevi e musica di Giovanni Giorgi, maestro di cappella di S. Giovanni in Laterano, eseguita al Quirinale la notte di Natale del 1719. Nel componimento cantano un Angelo e due pastori (Erasto e Daliso); incipit: "Sonnolenti pastori" [Le impressioni sceniche. Dizionario bio-bibliografico degli editori e stampatori romani e laziali, vol. II, O. Sartori, p. 115]. Poco si conosce sulla vita di Giovanni Giorgi; egli dichiarò in vita di essere nativo di Venezia. Nel settembre del 1719 lo troviamo a Roma, nell'abitazione di parenti trasferitisi a Ferentino, dove fu nominato maestro di cappella della Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano, succedendo così a Giuseppe Ottavio Pitoni e successivamente, nel gennaio del 1725, fu sempre attivo con la medesima carica presso la corte di Lisbona [Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, Vol. 55, S. De Salvo]. [Attributes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Ars Vitae [Siena, SI, Italy]
2018-02-18 10:32:28
Mission
London, 1719. 1ST EDITION, 8vo (23 cm), 371pp. Rebound in full calf, preserving an early lettering piece to spine. Fresh endpapers. CONDITION: VERY GOOD. Binding sound. An unrestored copy in great condition. Very minor wear only to the covers. An excellent copy of an important work. Francis Maximilian Misson, (c.1650 ¿ 1722) was a French writer and traveller. Born in Lyon, he fled France at the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685 and settled in Britain. He travelled through Italy during 1687 and 1688, and in 1691 published the Nouveau voyage d'ltalie, which was to be the standard travel guide to Italy for the following fifty years. In 1698 he published the present work in his native tongue: Mémoires et observations faites par un voyageur en Angleterre, which was - 20 years later - translated by Mr Ozell. In 1708 he published his final book, A new voyage to the East-Indies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gilleasbuig Ferguson Rare Books ABA ILAB [Isle of Skye, United Kingdom]
2018-02-17 19:41:35
Jacques CHIQUET
Parigi, 1719. Carta geografica tratta dal "Le nouveau et curieux Atlas Geographique et historique" edito a Parigi nel 1719. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva dei contorni, lieve gora d'acqua e piccole ossidazioni, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. Non comune. Map taken form the "Le nouveau et curieux Atlas Geographique et historique" printed in Paris in 1719. Copperplate with cotemporary outline colour, a light waterstains, generally in good conditions. Unusual. 165 215mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-02-16 15:15:34
MANESSON-MALLET, Allain.
FfM., Adam Jung 1719. [2. Theil v. 5]. gr.-8°. 276 S., 12 Bll. Mit Frontisp., 73 Kupfertaf. u. 47 Kupferkarten (insges. 121 Taf.). Ldr. d. Zt. Risse in Bl. 223/224 restaur.VD18 90375726; vgl. Graesse IV, 353; vgl. Sabin 44130 - Zweite vermehrte detusche Ausgabe. Kosmographie des französischen Kartographen und Ingenieurs Manesson Mallet (1630-1706). Behandelt die Länder China, asiat. Russland, Ostindien, Japan, Türkei, Arabien. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Geographie, Asien
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
2018-02-15 17:20:25
PUTEO, Fr. Andrea (Andrea Pozzo)
Augustae Vindelicorum, Impensis Jeremiae Wolffii, techniopolae, 1719. Two volumes in one. Text in Latin and German. Wood cover bound in leather, fastened on two clips, one is missing, five raised bands on spine. All edges are red. Front and rear leather panels with engraved emblems, cover is rubbed and wear, corners and top spine end are chipped. Hinge is intact. Include 5 unnumbered copperplates - the first of them is author's portrait - and 218 full page engravings also made in the copperplate technique: Vol I with 100 and Vol II with 118 numbered plates. 672 pages in total. This book was the property of a painter and illustrator, hence small spot on front cover and spots on first title page. Waterstain in margin on first five pages (top), next in volume two on the final pages (bottom after top). Slightly browning and spotting on internal edges. Tears to bottom edges [f - page with figure, P - page with text] (all plates are intact, unless it is written): Volume I: frontispiece two 2cm, next page 6cm (fixed) and 2cm, title page 4cm, f5 4cm, f16 missing small piece from fore edge, f45 2cm, f47 2cm, PO 9cm, PP2 3cm, PR 2cm, PV 1cm, f89 10cm (4cm in plate), PAa2 2cm. Volume II: PA2 2cm, f19 miss the very little piece, f23 1cm, f41 2cm and 8cm (5cm in plate), f49 1cm and 1cm and 2cm, f53 and f54 missing piece 5x2cm, f58 fixed detached corner, f60 1cm, f61 fixed, f62 fixed, f71 6cm (2cm in plate), f73 8cm (4cm in plate), f75 fixed, f76 fixed, f78 fixed, f80 2cm, f85 4cm (1cm in plate), f88 4cm (1cm in plate), f100 fixed, f105 fixed, f116 2cm, last page 2cm. Complete book makin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michal Sawka Rare & Collectable [London, United Kingdom]
2018-02-14 12:12:10
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Antwerpiae., Ex Officina Plantiniana., 1719. 1719. 4 VOLUMES, 25 x 19 cms, ( lx ), 596, cclvii, (iii), ( vii ) + ( xxxii ), 604, ccxliv, ( iii), + ( xxxii ), 628, ccxvii, ( iii ), + ( xxxii ), 544, ccxliii, ( iii ) pages. 4 titlepages with engraved emblem, 3, + 3, + 3, + 3 fullpage engravings. Types in black and white. Some extra leaves inserted for special officiones. Contemp. uniform calf on wooden boards, 5 raised bands. . Remains of brass clasps. Corners and top of spines with traces of use. the complete set of the BREVIARIUM. KEYWORDS: devotio.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat DE RIJZENDE ZON [Netherlands]
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