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2011-01-27 02:58:37
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Fine condition. Size: 42 x 35 cm. A beautiful bird's eye view of Wierton, showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-01-27 02:58:37
KIP, Johannes.
Dr. Harris's History of Kent., 1719. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Preston Hall showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-01-27 02:58:37
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition. Size: 42 x 35 cm. A beautiful bird's eye view of Knole from the south showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding deer park and woods. Horse drawn carriage approaches the house through the woods.Title on banner along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-01-27 02:58:37
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition. Repairs to central fold. Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Chepsted Place showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-01-24 07:47:39
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A bird's eye view of Ingries at Greenhith, with the house nestled between cliffs. The well laid out garden extending to the river's edge. Sailing ships ply the river. Title along top edge, with coat of arms at centre. Published in John Harris' History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-01-24 07:47:39
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition. Repair to centre fold split. Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Boughton Court showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2011-01-24 07:47:39
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Very good condition. Side margins trimmed. Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Knowlton Court showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-12-19 12:27:54
Crébillon (Prosper Jolyot de)
1717 et 1719. - Crébillon, Prosper Jolyot de, Idoménée, tragédie, A Paris, Chez la Veuve de Pierre Ribou, 1719, (2) (épître), 415 pp. Suivi de : Semiramis, tragédie, A Paris, Chez Pierre Ribou, 1717. 2 ouvrages reliés en un volume in-12, pleine basane, dos à 5 nerfs orné de fleurons. Reliure frottée, coiffe supérieure manquante. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: L'Oeil de Mercure
2010-10-26 19:07:49
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition, with slight age toning down central fold and edges. Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view showing the houses, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-10-26 13:42:28
Leng, John.
London: Printed by W.B. for Robert Knaplock..., 1719. London: Printed by W.B. for Robert Knaplock... 1719 First edition. Contemporary calf, rebacked to style, with burgundy morocco label. Octavo. Decorative woodcut head- and tail-pieces, and initial letters. Intermittent dampstain at top margin, contemporary ownership signature on title-page. A good copy. John Leng (1665-1727) was Bishop of Norwich and an admired Latin scholar. He was educated at St Catharine's College, Cambridge, where he subsequently became a fellow. In 1695 he published an edition of Aristophanes' Plutus and Clouds with a Latin translation, and in 1701 he edited the magnificent Cambridge edition of Terence, adding a dissertation on the meters of the author. He also published a revised edition of Sir Roger L'Estrange's translation of Cicero's De officiis. In 1717, he was invited to give the Robert Boyle Lectures, which are published here. Though he published other sermons, the present work is his major theological work. "...[These sermons] constitute on the whole an orthodox attack on deism. Leng argues extensively for the reality of miracles and the incoherence of materialism. Miracles are performed by both God and lesser spirits--including evil spirits, he contends. Consequently, in order to stave off temptation and to meet their moral obligations, humans need to distinguish between divine and diabolical miracles. Leng's arguments against materialism include the claim that materialists are unable to account for moral obligation. If thought is the modification of matter, it is subject solely to mech … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A. [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]
2010-10-14 19:45:58
TORSELLINO, Orazio
(1719). TORSELLINO, Orazio. DE PARTICULIS LATINAE ORATIONIS Libellus utilissimus, recognitus olim et locupletatus. Leipzig, M.G. Weidmann, 1719. Octavo. [xx]1118[136]pp. "A very useful book about particles in Latin orations. Re- organized and enriched by Jacob Thomasius. Now enriched and polished further by Joseph Conrad Schwartz. Second edition." With an impressive list of degrees after each editor's name on the red and black title page. A chubby book, stiff with references to ancient authors, about prepositions, conjunctions, adverbs of degree, and other small links used to construct Latin sentences. Lent a little charm by a copperplate frontispiece depicting a formal garden, swarming with industrious bees, where paths named "Livius," "Varro," "Columella," etc. wind around flowerbeds named "Caesar," "Terentius," etc. Fine lilies and tulips grow here and there. Name crossed out in ink to title; small corner dampstain to first few leaves; otherwise a fine copy in nearly pristine original stiff vellum wrappers. Title in ink to spine., Fine
Bookseller: Boston Book Company, Inc. ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2010-10-06 19:49:48
[DES MAIZEAUX, PIERRE].
London: Printed for R. Robinson, 1719. First edition. 8vo, modern black quarter calf, marbled paper boards, gilt lettering. This biography of John Hales (1584-1656), the scholar and clergyman known as the "Ever Memorable," is an early work in English (the first recorded in NCBEL) by the interesting Frenchman-turned-Englishman, Pierre Des Maizeaux (1672-1745), a journalist and biographer who came to England from his native France and became well known and respected among the English intelligentsia of the early 18th century, including Locke, Hume, Bayle, Anthony Collins and Addison. See the DNB online for both Hales and Des Miazeaux. Fine copy.
Bookseller: Brick Row Book Shop [U.S.A.]
2010-08-14 00:34:21
Wenck, Johann Baptist.
Graz, Widmanstätterische Erben für Franz Jakob Ludwig, 1719.. (4 [statt 8?]), 3-437, (11) SS. Pappband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln (Rücken fehlt). 8vo.. Einzige Ausgabe der sehr seltenen gynäkologischen Schrift; das zweite bekannte Exemplar nach dem der Wellcome Library. "Denen Frauen sehr nutzlich, auch meistens für die kleine Städt und Märckt auf dem Land, mithin zugleich denen Pfleg- und Verwalters-Frauen deren Herrschaffts-Unterthanen in der Noth beyzustehen" (Untertitel). Der aus Franken stammende J. B. Wenck "lebte in der zweiten Hälfte des 17. Jhs. als der 'freyen Stände in Steyermarck Leibmedicus und als Stadtphysicus in Gratz'. In den unter dem Titel 'Miscellanea' von der kaiserlichen Leopoldinischen 'Academia Naturae Curiosorum' herausgegebenen periodischen Schriften erschienen mehrere seiner wissenschaftlichen Abhandlungen über von ihn angestellte interessante Beobachtungen im Gebiete der Medicin" (Wurzbach LIV, 267). Für 1697 weist Graff einen weiteren seltenen, nur in der Stiftsbibliothek Rein bei Graz, der UB Klagenfurt sowie in der UB Ljubljana vorhandenen Druck ohne Impressum nach ("Vindiciae medico-apologicae in casu omnino apoplectico-hemiplectico undecima morbi die [...] opera et studio Joannis Baptistae Wenckh"), der nach Typenvergleich ebenfalls von Widmanstetter stammt. - Es fehlen der Schluß der Vorstücke sowie das erste Textblatt (A1). Durchgehend gebräunt; am Schluß einzelne Blätter lose. Hinterdeckel lose. - OCLC 26900139 (= Wellcome 26900139, ohne Kollation). Nicht bei Graff.
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2010-08-08 23:22:55
Reeve, John, & Lodowick Muggleton.
[London], 1719. John Reeve (1608?58) and his cousin Lodowick Muggleton (1609?98) were the founders of the Muggletonians, a small Christian sect that denied the doctrine of the Trinity, believed that God would no longer interfere in human affairs after the revelation of their founders, and condemned prayer and preaching. In this piece Reeve and Muggleton reveal to the rulers of England their role as prophets, proclaiming themselves to be the two witnesses mentioned in Rev. 11:3 ff. This is the third edition (first edition 1653). 4to (21.1 cm, 8.25"). 24 pp. ESTC T110020; Smith, Bibliotheca Anti-Quakeriana, 303. On Reeve, see: The Dictionary of National Biography, XLVII, 408?409. On Muggleton, see: The Dictionary of National Biography, XXXIX, 264?67. On the Muggletonians, see: Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church 948. Recent marbled paper over light boards; front cover with a paper label lettered in black. Lightly browned with darker spotting and staining. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2010-07-24 10:53:56
BORDELON Abbé Laurent
- Chez Fristch & Bomh, à Amsterdam 1719, in 12 (16,5x9,5cm), 342 pp., deux parties en un volume relié. - Nouvelle édition après l'originale de 1709. Pages de titres rouges et noires. Reliure en plein veau d'époque, dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Coiffe supérieure élimée. Frottements. Coins émoussés. A l'instar de toutes les oeuvres satiriques de l'abbé Bordelon, il s'agit d'un ouvrage curieux et inclassable dans lequel un narrateur voyage en compagnie de Becafort, dont il relate les pensées, les discours et les dialogues, l'ouvrage fourmille de critiques et de réflexions sur le progrès social, l'indépendance des femmes, les sciences occultes. C'est un voyage sans aucune considération sur le voyage lui-même, prévient le narrateur. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition after the original from 1709. Pages red and black titles. Full contemporary calf, spine tooled raised. Part of title in red morocco. Upper cap threadbare. Friction. Corners bumped. Like all the satirical works of the Father Bordelon, it is a curious and unclassifiable work in which a trip with Becafort, which he describes the thoughts, speech and dialogue narrator, the book full of criticisms and reflections on social progress, women's independence, the occult . It's a trip without any consideration on the trip itself, the narrator warns. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! 342 pp. [Attributes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Smiths Hall, showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Leeds Abbey showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Tutsham Hall showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
Dr. Harris's History of Kent., 1719. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Goodneston showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719.. Vol 1. p.49. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Weirton showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Good condition, very slight age toning, some creasing. Size: 49 x 40.5 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Deane showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along lower edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Laybourn Castle and the Grange showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of High Street House showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition, very slight age toning Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of The Mote showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Aldington West Court showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Chepsted Place showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Frognall House showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Chart Sutton showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Beachborough House showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Text beneath image - A Bonfire made on Beachborough Hill is seen in France. In the distance is the English Channel with ships. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719.. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Boughton Court showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Fine condition Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Preston Hall showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Uncoloured. Very good condition, very slight age toning along centre fold. Trimmed margins. Size: 42 x 35 cm. A delightful bird's eye view of Deane showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along lower edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-05-26 02:35:01
KIP, Johannes.
London., 1719. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Fine condition. Trimmed margins. Size: 42 x 35 cm. A beautiful bird's eye view of Wierton, showing the house, gardens and the avenues of trees stretching out into the surrounding park. Title along top edge, coat of arms at centre. Published in Dr. Harris's History of Kent.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2010-04-27 14:25:17
Ovid
London: J Tonson at Shakespear's Head, 1719. Antiquarian copy bound in full leather of Ovid's art of love together with Amoursan Remedy of love and to which is added The Court of love a tale from Chaucer and the history of love. 424 pages with some full page engravings and smaller illustrations.Book is overall bright and clean just some light browning to first couple of pages and to last 20 pages. Book is sound though paper endpapers are split at inner hinges, binding is sound but thinning at front, outer leather binding is rubbed and worn on edges and front hinge is thinning and weakening. A pleasing copy of an antiquarian book SEE IMAGE. DETAILED IMAGES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST. Reprint. Full-Leather. Good/No Jacket. 6 x 3 ½ Inches. Hardcover.
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2010-04-27 01:28:18
Milton (J) [and Addison (J), Rt Hon ] 'Paradise Lost' with Addison's 'Notes' for the first time:
Printed for Jacob Tonson, at Shakespear's Head, over-against Katharine Street in the Strand. 1719. 2 works in 1 vol., 12mo., with a portrait frontispiece engraved on wood, 12 wood-engraved plates and several different wood-engraved tail-pieces (some designs repeated), some very mild (and largely unobtrusive) age-staining in the main work, some slightly heavier staining in the second work; attractively bound in nineteenth century full calf, sides with double frame border stopped at corners by rosettes all in blind, back with five raised bands ruled above and below in gilt, morocco label gilt (one corner chipped without loss of lettering), sprinkled edges, marbled endpapers, joints and extremities very lightly rubbed else a crisp, remarkably clean and highly desirable copy. The main work is complete with the following preliminaries: Dedication [by Tonson] to the Rt. Hon. John, Lord Summers, Baron of Evesham; 'In Paradisum Amissam' by Samuel Barrow; 'On Paradise Lost' by Marvell; the 2pp introduction to 'The Verse'. The engraved portrait of Milton (by Robert White, after a drawing by William Faithorne) has a skilful marginal repair (not affecting image or text) at lower corner. The fine plates by John Baptist Medina (engraved chiefly by Michael Burgesse) are taken from Tonson's first folio edition of 1688. The following points apply to the main work. Page numbers are misprinted as usual at p.93 ('39') and p.159 ('156'). There is a small marginal tear (not materially affecting text) at p.163 and p.295. The index (totalling 40pp) and Tonson's catalogue (4pp) are complete but hav … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-27 01:28:18
Milton, John. (Addison, Joseph)
London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1719. two related items from the same publisher and issued the same year, frequently found together and the Addison piece sometimes thought of as an appendix ; 16mo (slightly taller than 14.5 cm.), Paradise Lost ... [5 leaves] (beginning with title), 315, [1] (blank) pp., [20 leaves] (Index), [2 leaves] (Tonson ads), portrait frontis., 12 plates + Notes upon the Twelve Books ... 148 pp.; recent quarter calf with leather spine label and marbled paper covered boards; modern book plate, old pen notes on blanks, occasional pen marginalia in the same hand more frequent in early sections, light damp staining to portrait and early leaves, general light age toning but darker on the last two signatures of Paradise Lost and a large portion of Notes, a few corners creased, still overall a good+ copy. Photos available upon request.
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2010-04-27 01:28:18
Milton, John
Tonson, 1719. Tonson. Very Good with no dust jacket; Some discoloration of first several pages. . Piece missing from page 163 which does affect text slightly.. 1719. Tenth Edition. Hardcover. Recently rebound with remnant of original spine attached. Twelve engravings present. ; 24mo 5" - 6" tall; 315 pages; Leather, very scarce, only one other copy available online at point of this writing. Includes index .
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2010-04-22 19:04:20
Defoe, Daniel
London: W. Taylor, 1719. Second edition, first edition. Hardcover. Two octavo volumes: Vol. 1, second edition: (pages 195 x 118 mm), pp. [vi], 364, [iv] (publisher's advertisements); Vol. 2, first edition: (pages 195 x 118 mm), pp. [viii], 373, [xi] (publisher's advertisements); both volumes complete. The second volume with p. 295 printed correctly and with advertisement on the verso of A4, variants of the first edition as per Hutchins. With the frontispiece of Crusoe dressed in goatskin breeches in vol. 1 and a folding double-hemisphere world map in vol. 2, bound after A4. Contemporary full calf trade bindings with double gilt fillets and edges sprinkled red. Joints cracking but professionally secured on the first volume, the second volume rebacked with most of the original spine laid down, occasional very slight age-toning or stains; overall a clean, attractive set with generous margins. Small closed tear to the margin of frontispiece and evidence of bookplate removal from front pastedown in vol. 1. Second volume with wear to the corners and one board a trifle short. & & Never a common book, this set is particularly desirable due to the original trade bindings. Often considered the first English novel, Robinson Crusoe has been beloved by readers around the world since it was first published April 25, 1719. This second edition of vol. 1 appeared just weeks after the first and the second volume was published in August. One of the most widely read novels of all time; a timeless classic. Grolier English 41; PMM 180.
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2010-04-21 15:30:49
MERIAN, Maria Sibylla (1647-1717) and MERIAN, Johanna Helena (1668-1723)
Amsterdam: J. Oosterwyk, 1719 Dissertatio de generatione et metamorphosibus insectorum Surinamensium: in quâ, præter vermes & erucas Surinamenses, earumque admirandam metamorphosin, plantæ, flores & fructus quibus vescuntur, & in quibus fuerunt inventæ, exhibentur. His adjunguntur bufones, lacerti, serpentes, araneae, aliaque admiranda istius regionis animalcula; omnia manu ejusdem matronae in America ad vivum accurate depicta, & nunc aeri incisa. Accedit appendix transformationum piscium in ranas, & ranarum in pisces. Folio (20 1/2 x 14 1/2in.; 52,1 x 36,8 cm). EXCEPTIONALLY FINE engraved frontispiece with original hand-colour HEIGHTENED IN GOLD after F. Ottens, title-page lettering HEIGHTENED IN GOLD and engraved vignette with original hand-colour, dedication to Balthazar Scott LETTERED IN GILT, the armorial vignette with original handcolor, 72 EXCEPTIONALLY FINE COUNTER-PROOF IMPRESSIONS of engraved plates with original handcolor. Contemporary diced calf, each cover elaborately decorated in gilt with broad border of multiple fillets and floral roll tools, spine elaborately decorated in nine compartments, gilt-lettered in one, all edges gilt (recently and expertly rebacked preserving the original spine by James and Stuart Brockman Ltd, full report available on request). Modern cloth folding box. (65V4E) AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE COPY FROM THE CELEBRATED MACCLESFIELD LIBRARY of the second edition of Merian's MAGNUM OPUS, her "Dissertatio de generatione et metamorphoibus insectorum Surinamensium" in Latin, in its most desirable state, WITH COUNTER-PROOF IMPRESSIONS of the plat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-04-12 15:38:27
Moll, Herman (c. 1654 - 1732)
London: Herman Moll, 1719. AN IMPORTANT MAP OF SOUTH AMERICA Engraving with original hand color Sheet size: 40 1/2" x 25" In the early 1700's, Herman Moll along with a group of peers decided to explore an idea they called the South Sea development. What they envisioned was an expansion of British trade to South America as well as the eastern Pacific Ocean. Throughout the years Moll printed several maps that publicized the location, which in part added to the interest in the area. In 1719, he produced this map of South America with each country carefully outlined and distinguished by various colors. In addition, Moll included certain annotations around the coast of the continent. Included within the map is an interesting detail located in the bottom left corner. It is a depiction of a location called Potosi, a region that received a wonderful gift from nature: an incredible amount of silver located in a moderate sized mountain in what we now call southern Bolivia. Having only mined the silver when it was necessary, it came as a shock to the natives when the Spanish colonizers began to ravage the resources. By the middle of the 1500s, the silver became a magnet for settlers looking for money. Potosi, a word meaning high place, became synonymous with wealth and splendor in the modern world. As a result, Hermann Moll included the location on his map hoping to entice the public into the interest in South America.. Book.
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2010-04-11 14:58:01
Reeve, John, & Lodowick Muggleton.
[London] 4to (21.1 cm, 8.25"). 24 pp.. 1719 John Reeve (1608?-58) and his cousin Lodowick Muggleton (1609?-98) were the founders of the Muggletonians, a small Christian sect that denied the doctrine of the Trinity, believed that God would no longer interfere in human affairs after the revelation of their founders, and condemned prayer and preaching. In this piece Reeve and Muggleton reveal to the rulers of England their role as prophets, proclaiming themselves to be the two witnesses mentioned in Rev. 11:3 ff. This is the third edition (first edition 1653). Recent marbled paper over light boards; front cover with a paper label lettered in black. Lightly browned with darker spotting and staining.
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2010-04-11 14:58:01
Muggleton, Lodowick
London: Pr. by subscription 4to (21.1 cm, 8.25"). [2] ff., 24 pp.. 1719 Lodowicke (or Lodowick) Muggleton (1609?-98) was, along with his cousin John Reeve, the founder of the Muggletonians, a small Christian sect that denied the doctrine of the Trinity, believed that God would no longer interfere in human affairs after the revelation of their founders, and condemned prayer and preaching. In this pamphlet Muggleton attempts to defend himself against the Observations of Isaac Penington the younger (1616?-79), in which Penington criticizes Muggleton's interpretation of the passage in Revelation upon which Muggleton and Reeve based their legitimacy as prophets. The title of this second edition (first edition, 1662) is within a simple border of type ornaments, and the text has two typographical headpieces and a xylographic tailpiece. Recent marbled paper over light boards; front cover with a paper label lettered in black. Spotting, staining, and occasional tears in the margins (repaired with tissue paper) with no loss of text. Pencilled marginalia.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2010-04-07 17:13:41
Gulielmini, Domonici
Cramer, Perachon & Socii, 1719. First edition, 2 volumes. in 1, 4to, pp. [2], [12], 772; [2], 571; many errors in pagination, but the book is complete; text in double column, engraved frontispiece portrait, title page in vol. I in red and black, engraved allegorical frontispiece in volume II, 20 copper-engraved plates (16 folding), 9 wood-engraved plates (2 folding); text occasionally browned and spotted, else generally a very good, sound copy in full contemporary blindstamped vellum (soiled), nicely rebacked in matching calf, red morocco label. Ebert 9123. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
2010-03-31 11:59:02
Peter] [King
London: Printed for J[ohn] Wyat and R. Robinson, [1719]. Leather Bound. Very Good. 5 x 8 3/4 inches. 2 ffep + viii + 1 unnumbered leaf + 181 numbered pages (Part 1) + 176 numbered pages (Part 2) + 3 rfep. Part 2 has separate title page dated 1719. A few old notes in margins and on rfeps. Slight dampstaining and small loss to corners of feps. All edges rouged. Bound in contemporary full brown paneled calf with five raised bands and spine label "Constitut of the Primitive Church" to spine. ESTCT211076. King was Lord Chancellor from 1725-1733, and was interested in church history. This work was frequently quoted by John Wesley in correspondence, and was influential upon his views of the order of the church. A nice copy in a very well preserved Georgian paneled binding.
Bookseller: St. Wulfstan's Books [U.S.A.]
2010-03-14 07:51:14
Edward Lord Archbishop of Tuam
John Hyde. . Rebound. Published 1719. Keywords: Religion, 18th Century Ireland, Charity Schools, Local History Co. Dublin. Rebound in marbled boards. 23pp. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland
Bookseller: Kennys Bookstore [Olney, MD, U.S.A.]
2010-03-09 08:51:01
London: Printed for D. Browne, W. Mears, F. Clay. Fair; Full-Leather; Original Full Leather boards, front board detached, . back board hanging on. Front free endpaper loose but present. Covers worn, . boards showing at corners and edges, leather at head and heel of spine is . chipped away. Bottom foredge corners of boards show some bending or . compression. Previous owners name penned in top margin of the title page . Text block sound, some browning to pages and some light intermittent . foxing.. 1719. Folio 13.5" tall. 238 pages; The rest of the Long Title: Wherein is inserted, The Whole Record in Latin and English: The Several Arguments of Council Learned in the Law, on both Sides, in that most remarkable Case at the Bar; with the Opinions of all the Judges on the Bench in the Exchequer-Chamber, &c. As Also Mr. St. John's Speech in the House of Lords Jan 7, 1640 concerning Ship-Money. With Mr. Waller's Speech to the House of Commons, April 22, 1640. On the Same Subject: And, His Famous Speech in Parliment, at a Conference of Both Houses, in the Painted-Chamber, July 6, 1641 on the Exhibiting Articles, by the Commons, against Mr. Justice Crawley, one of the Judges who gave Judgement for the King in that Case. To Which is added, The Tryal of Thomas Harrison, Clerk, for Words Spoken against Mr. Justice Hutton....Accusing Him of High Treason, in Delivering his Opinion in the Exchequer-Chamber, That the King had no Lawful Power in Levying the Ship-Money; and that He therefore denied the King's Supremacy: With the Proceedings thereupon, and his Sentence by the Court … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-02-28 20:35:36
Peringskiöld, Johan Fredrich (utg)
Stockholm, ...Kongl. Tryckeriet, Joh. H. Werners egen kostnad, 1719. 4to. (8) + 148 + (24) s. Fint samt. helpergamentbd. Ex libris på forsats. (Säfstaholms). . . Cont.half vellum. Bookplate on front pastedown (Säfstaholms).
Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat [NO]
2010-02-15 07:52:43
Wider, Philip Ehrenreich:
Jauer: Druck und Verlag von Johann Christian Lorentz, 1719. Gestochenes Frontispiz-Portrait (P. E. Wider), gestochenes Titelbild, 6 Blätter, 1128 Seiten mit einer Schlußvignette, 4 Blätter (von ca 5 oder 6) Register. 17,5 x 11,5 cm, schlichter schwarzer Leinenband aus dem 19. Jahrhundert, dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. "Wider: Philipp Ehrenreich W. (Wieder), evangelischer Theologe, f 1684. W. wurde geboren zu Köpach in Oesterreich, studirte zu Altorf und Straßburg und erhielt 1647 eine Anstellung als Conrector am Gymnasium zu Regensburg. 1649 wurde er Prediger daselbst, danach Beisitzer des Consistoriums und Senior des geistlichen Ministeriums. Er starb am 13. August 1684 im 61. Jahre seines Alters. " (Wikipedia) * * * *Das Register endet mit dem Begriff "Suchen", Frontispiz, Titelbild und die folgenden 2 Blätter mit kleiner Fehlstelle, vordererFalz geplatzt, teils fingerfleckig und mit Gebrauchsspuren, sonst und im Ganzen noch ordentlich erhaltenes Exemplar. Versand D: 5,20 EUR Evangelische Jesus-Schul Sonntag Gebete Andachten Lorenz
Bookseller: Matthias Severin Antiquariat [Berlin, Germany]
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