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        Rudera viae Flaminiae

      Rome - John Wilton-Ely 599There is a watermark present in the form of a fleur-de-lis in a double circle but precisely which one is unknown due to the heavy ink. This print is from the series "Il Campo Marzio dell' Antica Roma"The Campo Marzio occupies a special place in Piranesi's artistic development, in terms of both his ideas and his imaginative use of visual techniques in support of them. Like the other treaties of the 1760s, this work is a sophisticated blend of archaeology and polemic in which historical evidence is employed to defend the creative genius of Rome. There are also sugns of the artist's growing concern with the problem of modern design, and the publication is, significantly dedicated to the British architect Robert Adam, who shared Piranesi's belief in the imaginative use of antiquity." (John Wilton Ely II pg 613)Giovanni Battista Piranesi was one of the leading figures in the development of the neoclassical style in the late 18th Century. As architect, archaeologist, artist, designer, collector, and antiquities dealer, he produced a series of etchings and engravings depicting the glories of ancient Rome. These fine prints served as source material for other architects and designers. He was born in Venice on the 4th October 1720. The son of a stone-mason, he was educated as an architect under his maternal uncle Matto Lucchesi and under Carlo Zucchi. In 1740 Piranesi left Venice for Rome, there he studied etching under Giuseppe Vasi. He appears to have had little success in these early years in Rome and as his father was unable to continue his allowance returned to Venice in 1744. He was soon, however, encouraged to return to Rome by Giuseppe Wagner, a successful engraver and publisher of Venice. This time he achieved success, and a constant series of works, illustrating architecture and antiquities, issued from his studio until his death in 1778. His output in etched plates is enormous (about 1000 numbers in all). While he achieved a work of magnitude in pictorial records of Roman monuments of antiquity and of the Renaissance, and gave immense archæological, antiquarian, and topographical value to this work, the artistic quality always predominates. He was fond of peopling his ruins with Callot-like figures, and "like Callot makes great use of the swelling line" (Hind). He had two sons and a daughter, all of whom helped him in his work and after his death carried on his publications in Rome and Paris. They were Francesco (born 1748 or 1756; died 1810), Pietro (who lived till after 1807) and Laura (born 1750). His position in Rome and in Europe after 1760 was a prominent one. He was well-known figure to the wealthy English visitors in Rome and was elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries in 1757. Most of his life was passed in Rome, etching, writing, publishing, and directing a workshop in which the restoration and sale of antiques played a considerable part.He was famous for his poetic views of Rome and also his fantastic imaginary interiors. His skills, allied to his deep knowledge of archaeology, provided the substance for his Vedute (Views), a series of 135 etchings of ancient and contemporary Rome, published from 1745 onwards, which established the popular mental image of the city. Vasi.et Ornamenti Antichi was a collection of 110 etchings documenting large sculptural vases, together with other antiquities excavated (and in some cases created) in Italy in the 18th century. The prints were initially separately issued and sold by Piranesi over a period of several years and subsequently collected in two folio volumes, each with its own title page, in 1778. They illustrate a wide range of genuine antiquities, as well as Piranesi's own collections, from utilitarian objects such as cinerary urns, lamps, and sarcophagi to monumental vases. The plates in Vasi often included text by Piranesi with information about where the objects were discovered and their contemporary location, and the prints bore dedications to

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        Eshcol A Cluster of the Fruit of Canaan.Brought to the borders for the encouragement of the Saints travelling thitherward with their faces toward Sion. Or Rules of Direction for the walking of the Saints in fellowship according to the.Gospel.

      London: Printed for John Marshall at the Bible in Gracechurch Street, where is sold most of Dr. Owen's books. Sixth edition corrected and revised. no date. c.1720. - 12 by 6.5 cms. 120 pp. in a contemporary polished calf binding, board edges with gilt decoration, five panelled spine, faded gilt tooling, with modern replacement spine label. Some rubbing and wear to boards, a tight copy. Owen, 1616-1683 was a major Non-Conformist leader and Theologian, a leading figure among Congregationalist Divines. This title was published in 1647. The British Library, ESTC, estimate this edition as published in 1720.

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        Die Epistels Pauli an die Römer - mit ihrer Auslegung, so wohl des Wort-Verstands, als auch der Worte geistlicher und geheimer Bedeutung - 4 Teile in einem Band., Auß denen Heiligen Bättern und andern Kirchen-Lehrern gezogen Durch Den-Herzn De Sacy Nun aber aus dem Frantzösischen in das Teutsche übersetzt.

      Ohne Verlagsangabe, 1720 - 535, 405, 365, 394 Seiten Goldprägung am Buchrücken, gestochenes Frontispiz, 5 Bünde, Einband Kanten berieben, Buchrücken oben und unten etwas beschädigt und geringe Wurmschäden, sonst guter Zustand Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 2550 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Antiquitatum Sveo-Gothicarum, Cum huius aevi moribus, institutis acritibus indigensis pro re nata comparatarum libri tres.

      - Graverat titelblad, (15),(blank),372,(4) s. Sidan 191-217 med hoppande paginering. Samtida pergamentband. Sprucken 10 cm bakre yttre fals. Bit 10 x 10 mm saknas vid ryggens fot. Fuktränder på ryggen. Blankt blad i slutet med nära samtida handskrivet register. Detta blad och eftersättsbladet med fuktfläckar. Namnteckning bortriven nedre yttre hörn på graverade titelbladet. Äldre namnteckningar på titelbladet Pehr Thyselius, Carl Wollrath 1720 och Ekerman på titelbladet. Carl Wollraths namnteckning överklistrad med papper i äldre tid på främre pärms spegel. Försättsbladet med Bo G:son Hogner uppoch nedväna stämplade exlibris samt en Hognernamnteckning 1917. 13,5 x 7 cm. *Collijn sp. 527. Med det ofta saknade graverade titelbladet. Utkom i ny upplaga 1670, samt som separat bihang till första (1654) och tredje (1676) upplagan av Loccenius svenska historia.[#\104943]

      [Bookseller: Antiquaria Bok & Bildantikvariat AB]
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        Vollständige teutsche Stadt-Recht, im Erb-Königreich Böheim und Marggrafthum Mähren. von einem, dem publico geneigten Rechtsgelehrten in Druck befoerdert.

      Wien, Ignaz Rungger, 1720 - 8°, Titellkupfer (10 Bl., 678 S., 35 Bl., HLdr. d. Zeit m goldgepägtem Rückenschild, Ein Blatt m. Einriss, Papierbedingt gebräunt, ansintsen schönes Exemplar. Erster Druck dieser kompletten Neufassung. Das rot-schwarze Titelbl. zeigt auf der Frontseite das Wappen von Böhmen und auf der Rückseite jenes von Mähren. Auf S. 277 ganzseitige Kupfertafel (Stammbaum). Widmungstext falsch eingebunden.Autor war der Dekan der Prager Universität Pavel Kristian z Koldina (1530-1589) dessen Stadtrecht 1579 erstmals erschien Ursprünglich galt es nur für Prag, später auch für die böhmischen und mährischen Städten sowie für die Städte der Grafschaft Glatz. ( en k Zíbrt, Bibliographie zur tschechischen Geschichte, II 983). 1600 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TRATADO COMUNMENTE LLAMADO DE LA QUATRIPLE ALIANZA FIRMADO, Y CONCLVIDO EN LONDRES.

      Madrid: Diego Martinez Abad, . 1720 - 68pp. Small quarto. Middle Hill plain paper boards. Internally clean. Very good. In a half morocco and cloth box. From the collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps, with his press mark. The Spanish printing of the Treaty of the Quadruple Alliance (Britain, Austria, France, and the Netherlands), by which the troubles over the Peace of Utrecht were finally settled, and a measure of peace was brought to the New World for several decades. France dropped all claims to Spanish colonies, and Philip V was confirmed in his New World dominions. Scarce. Not in EUROPEAN AMERICANA. OCLC locates only two copies. DAVENPORT 112. PALAU 339277. OCLC 34131498.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Nouvelle Carte de l'Amerique

      Leiden 1720 - Decorative early 18th century map with California as an island. This map was first issued in the German edition of Montanus's De Nieuwe en Onbekende Weereld in 1671. "The map [i.e. the plate] was later acquired by Pieter Van der Aa and used in at least two of his works . Van der Aa altered the plate removing the decorative cartouches and applying an entirely new one containing the title top left. There are various territories of the natives identified and one or two minor alterations of nomenclature" (Burden). Cartographically, the map follows the Visscher map of 1658, with California as an island and a large open lake in the place of the western Great Lakes. McLaughlin, The Mapping of California as an Island 187; Burden, The Mapping of North America II:430 (state 2). Copper-engraved map. (Expert restoration along the side margins).

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        Carte Nouvelle de Moscovie Represente la partie Septentrionale.

      1720 - Amsterdam: c.1720. Original colour. Two sheet conjoined, total 810 x 560mm. A few small cracks in the verdigris. Russia south to Astrakhan, in fine orginal colour, after De L'Isle.

      [Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps]
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        Hispania et Portugaliae maritimi tractus a S. Andero ad Malagam.

      Amsterdam circa 1720. - Carta marina grabada. Color original.61 x51 cms.la carta orientada con el este en la parte superior,muestra las costas de la peninsula desde Bilbao hasta Málaga.Lineas de rumbos,rosas y decoración con combate naval.Gran cartela en parte superior con personajes alegóricos. esta carta proviene de la reedición del atlas Orbis Maritimus originalmente publicado por F de Wit en 1680 y reeditado por Ottens en torno a 1720 y reeditado posteriormente. debido a su éxito. Carta en muy buen estado y rara.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Pontes]
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        OPUSCULA MISCELLA.

      - Magdebourg, Impensis Novi Bibliopolii, 1720. 21,5x35 cm. Ouvrage en 2 tomes reliés en 1 volume. 1187 et 1307 pages + grande table non paginée. Un portrait de l'auteur et un frontispice en tête de volume. Titre en rouge et noir. Reliure de l'époque en plein parchemin. Dos lisse portant le titre en lettres brunes. Papier quelque peu bruni. Mors supérieur légèrement fendu, cependant ouvrage solide et bien dans son jus. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers]
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        A New Map of England;

      London: , 1720. from the latest observations... Size: 520 × 625 mm. Copperplate engraving with original outline colour. Lightly cleaned with some minor repairs to margins and the lower central fold, otherwise in good condition. An extremely striking and handsome map of England and Wales, highlighted by a wonderful title cartouche, featuring the plentiful 'bounty' of England in exquisite pictorial form. Each county is coloured in outline. John Senex was a noted publisher, engraver and seller of maps, atlases and globes during the first half of the eighteenth century. He became the geographer to Queen Anne, and was duly elected to the Royal Society in 1728. This map was published in his 'A New General Atlas...'.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Carte Marine de la mer Caspienne

      Paris ca. 1720. Karte zeigt das gesamt Kaspische Meer mit dem Wolga Delta und der Stadt Astrakan, mit 8 Teilkarten von Inseln u8nd Küsten, Karte auf 2 Platten gedruckt und zusammen gefügt, altkoloriert, Kupferstich,. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Histoire générale des Pais-Bas. Contenant la Description des XVII Provences. Édition nouvelle. Divisée en IV volumes, augmentée de plusieurs remarques curieuses, de nouvelles figures, & des evenements les plus remarquables jusqu''à l'an MDCCXX ( 4 vol)

      François Foppens, Brussel 1720 - 11,355 pp; 3, 390 pp; 4, 399 pp; 5, 392 pp. Iillustré de plans de ville et de gravures (beaucoup dépliantes) avec leurs maisons de ville, de cathédrales, abbatiales, etc. Ouvrage orné de 4 frontispices et de 140 planches gravées dont la plupart sont repliées: T1: 35 pl; T2:45 pl; T3: 26 pl; T4: 38 pl 4 volumes. Reliure plein veau de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs orné de losanges, pièces de titre et de tomaison

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        Kst.- Karte, n. G. de l'Isle b. Pierre Schenk, "Carte des Cotes de Malabar et de Coromandel ..".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, um 1720, 43,5 x 55,5. Nicht bei Koemann. - Unten rechts die Titelkartusche. Zeigt Indien südl. des nördl. Wendekreises, von Ceylon nur den Norden.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Planiglobii Terrestris Cum Utroq Hemisphaerio Caelesti

      Nuremberg, 1720. JOHANN BAPTIST HOMANN'S SPECTACULAR DOUBLE-HEMISPHERIC WORLD MAP Engraving with original hand-color Framed size: 32" x 34 1/2" Sheet size: 20 1/2" x 23" Johann Baptist Homann is arguably the most important figure in German cartographical history. This map, from the early eighteenth century, is a testament to the creativity and cartographical skill that earned Homann such prestige within European map-making circles. Homann's prolific map and atlas production made an invaluable contribution to German regional cartography and had a profound impact on European map lublishing in the eighteenth century. . Book.

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        Les Quatre Grandes Monarchies des Assiriens, Des Perses, Des Grecs et des Romains

      Bernard, Jean Frederic, Paris 1720 - Historical map of the ancient World depicting the Persian, Greek and Roman empires., Size : 286x733 (mm), 11.25x28.875 (Inches), Original Outline Coloring

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        Masekhet Nida; Seder Taharot

      Johan Kellner, Frankfurt am Main 1720 - Great antique blind tooled leather binding. Still has two of the very detailed decorative corner brass metal plates and portions of the two clasps. All edges gilt and gauffered. Signature of previous owners on front blank, one of them dated with the Hebrew calendar year that is equivalent to 1802 C.E. This is only A PART of the entire Talmud. Very wide margins, excellent paper. Vinograd 381 + 390. On the first, second and last leaves, and a few interior leaves, is a purple ink impression of a rubber stamp: M. ARNSTEIN STAMPFEN. Stampfen is the German name for the town known as Stupava in Slovak and as Stomfa in Hungarian. It is located c. 15 kilometers from Bratislava. This volume was found in the nearby town of Dunaszerdahely (Dunajska Streda) after World War II. This volume weighes approximately 8 pounds without packaging, so shipping this to a destination outside the U.S. would be costly. Additional scans available upon request. Since the pages of this folio are much larger than the platen of my scanner, the scans do not show the entire pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meir Turner]
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        L'agriculture Parfaite, Ou Nouvelle Decouverte, Touchant La Culture et La Multiplication Des Arbres, Des Arbustes et Des Fleurs

      Pierre De Coup, Amsterdam 1720 - 2 parts in 1 volume. Woodcut vignette on title and 34 engraved folding plates. First French edition translated from the German of this work which discusses the history and increasement of trees, bushes and flowers, divided in two parts. The German edition was published in Regensburg in 1716-17 in two volumes. Both parts of the work are illustrated with 17 folding engraved plates each, (31 of ca. 17x19 cm, 2 of 31x24 cm and one of 17x30 cm) on which leaves, the growth of peaches, gardening tools etc. are depicted. In French, 158 pages. Age browned, foxing. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LETTRE AUTOGRAPHE signée "Florian" adressée à "Monsieur l'abbé Arnaud".

      - Une page (156 X 196) sur un double feuillet filigrané "Pro Patria"; adresse manuscrite à la quatrième page : "à monsieur, monsieur l'abbé Arnaud chez Me de Vimeux, chez Mr le Cte d'Argentat, au bas du pont Royal". FLORIAN réclame à l'abbé Arnaud un service : " [.] j'ai lu mes vers à Mr de Buffévent, on prétend qu'il ne sont pas aisés à entendre, surtout le premier et qu'il faut mettre au lieu de "tu n'as point combattu", "tu n'as point concouru". Si ce changement est bon, comme je le crois, et que votre société le juge tel, je vous demande en grâce de retourner au journal le faire changer. Ce sera la millième obligation que vous aura votre ami. ". Le destinataire de Florian est très probablement l'abbé François Arnaud (Aubignan, 1720 - Paris, 1784), littérateur français qui entra en 1762 à l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres et à l'Académie française en 1771. Il écrivit le plus souvent en société avec Suard dans le Journal étranger, dans la Gazette de France, dans la Gazette littéraire de l'Europe (1764-1766). Après avoir combattu les philosophes, il les soutint ensuite avec ardeur, se montra gluckiste passionné et fit une guerre d'épigrammes a Marmontel et aux piccinistes. Il publia à cette occasion de remarquables articles sur la musique ancienne. Une des plus mordantes épigrammes qu'il ait décochées contre Marmontel est celle où il tourne en ridicule la prétention de son adversaire à posséder le secret des vers de Racine ; Jamais, écrivit-il, secret ne fut si bien gardé. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Lives and Characters, Deaths, Burials and Epitaphs, Work of Piety, Charity and other Munificent Benefactions of all the Protestant Bishops of the Church of England since the Reformation. As settled by Queen Elizabeth?

      London: printed by W. Bowyer for William and John Innys, 1720. - 8vo (9.25" tall). Full straight grain aubergine morocco. Wide gilt raised bands, gilt lettering to panels. Double gilt rule with small corner tools framing boards. Dentelles and all edges gilt. Wide margins and lovely woodcut head- and tail-pieces. A superb copy. A very handsome Regency binding. Although the title page states Vol. 1, Part 1, no further volumes were in fact published. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: McConnell Fine Books ABA & ILAB]
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        Il Glorioso Acquisto della Citta di Trarbach, con' il Castello Grevenborgo, nell Archi=Vescovato di Treveri . A° 1704".

      1720 - Kupferstich von Gottfrid Stein nach P. Decker bei Ieremias Wolff in Augsburg, ca. 1720. Ca. 47 x 39 cm (H). Faltspuren, dezent leimschattig, im Aussenrand etwas gebräunt. Prachtvolle Darstellung der Belagerung von Trarbach im Jahre 1704. In der Mitte die Darstellung des kaiserlichen Lagers, im Hintergrund die Stadt mit der Grevenburg, die unter Beschuss steht. Die Darstellung ist umgeben von einem breiten Barockrahmen, in den 2 Kartuschen eingearbeitet sind: oben ein kleiner Plan der Umgebung, unten eine Textkartusche mit der Beschreibung des Belagerungsverlaufes (in italienischer Sprache), die von einer separaten Kupferplatte gedruckt worden ist. Unterhalb der Rahmung mit Zeichner-, Stecher- und Verlagsvermerken sowie dem Kaiserlichen Privileg. In der Darstellung mit zusätzlicher gestochener Signatur "P. Decker jun. del.". Faltspuren, dezent leimschattig, im Aussenrand etwas gebräunt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
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        L'etat present de la Suede : avec un abrege de l'histoire de ce royaume / Traduit de l'anglois de M. Robinson

      A Amsterdam : Chez Pierre Brunel 1720 - Physical desc. : [8], 424 p : fold. Map ; 17 cm ; 8vo. Subjects: Sweden - Description and travel - Travel literature. Sweden - History. Title page in red and black with publisher's device. Language: French. Fair to good copy bound in contemporary full aniline calf. Raised bands, gilt-titled label, and elaborate gilt-decorated compartments to spine. Some wear to spine edges and bands, and also to the gilt-decorated panel edges. Previous owner's annotations and signature to ffep, verso ffep and after p.424, with a small inscription to the title page. Corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. 1 Kg. 424 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The North prospect of Edenburgh. To Her Most sacred Majesty Queen Anne this Prospect of Her Ancient City of Edenburgh.

      London: c 1720 - Framed size: 675 × 1305 mm. Copperplate engraving. Folds as issued. Has been cleaned, and had minor repairs to margins, otherwise in very good condition. A very beautiful and decorative panorama of the city of Edinburgh, from Carlton Hill.Published in Kip's 'Britannia Illustrata'. Because of its title, it is known widely as the 'Queen Anne View'. In the sky are a delightful pair of cherubs, either side of rococo style title. The panorama shows the city in one long line from (right to left) Edinburgh Castle to Holyrood Palace. It was drawn by Leonard Knyff, a Dutch artist living in England, as was Johannes Kip, who was also a master engraver and a print dealer. Salisbury Crag and Arthur's Seat are viewed in the background. Interestingly, a number of buildings seen in this panorama still survive today; Canongate Church, St Giles Cathedral, Tron Church and Canongate Tolbooth.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. I. van Munnikhuyse n. L. Webbers b. R.u. J. Ottens, "Atlas".

      . altkol.,, 1720, 45,5 x 29 (H). Mittig eine Weltkugel ( zeigt den Atlantik mit Südamerika, Afrika und Europa ) umgeben von 3 figürlichen Allegorien, darüber Atlas, der den Sternenhimmel trägt ( Kugelform ). Literaturhinweis: Tooley, R. V.: Titlepages from 16th. to 19th century, Nr. 30 ( mit Abbildung der frühen Fassung aus dem Englischen Atlas vom M. Pitt.). Not in Shirley, Courtiers and Cannibals. - Gerahmt ( framed )

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        Gesamtans., "Trier".

      . Kupferstich b. Joh. Peter Wolff Erben, um 1720, 26 x 32. Nicht bei Fauser usw. - Sehr seltene Ansicht. Blatt 24 einer Folge, die um 1730 bei Wolff Erben in Nürnberg erschien.

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        PHARMACOPOEIA LONDINENSIS OR, THE LONDON DISPENSATORY FURTHER ADORNED BY THE STUDIES AND COLLECTIONS OF THE FELLOWS NOW LIVING, OF THE SAID COLLEGE

      Boston. 1720.. [24],305,[35]pp. Contemporary calf, stamped in blind, rebacked in contemporary style, endsheets renewed. Boards lightly scuffed, rear board bowed. 18th-century ink ownership signature in upper margin of titlepage. Faint early dampstain in upper third of first signature. Chips and small wormhole cluster in rear four leaves, affecting a few characters of text in the index. Portion of margin of pages 39-40 torn away, with no loss to text. Overall a very good copy. In a half morocco and cloth box, gilt morocco label. One of the earliest obtainable American medical imprints. Culpeper's work is a foundation stone of any collection of American medical imprints and a pioneering book in the field of medical botany. "This 1720 Boston edition of Culpeper's PHARMACOPOEIA LONDINENSIS... enjoys the triple distinction of being the first herbal, the first pharmacopeia, and the first full- length medical book published in the American colonies. [It] enjoyed a wide popularity in the colonies, perhaps because of its Puritan slant and its bias toward the household treatment of illness" - Norman. The PHARMACOPOEIA LONDINENSIS... is quite rare, with only a few copies appearing for sale in recent times. AUSTIN 591. NAIP w027610. NORMAN 542. EVANS 2114. NORMAN SALE 394. GUERRA A-48. GARRISON- MORTON 1828.2.

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        THE HISTORY OF NEW-ENGLAND CONTAINING AN IMPARTIAL ACCOUNT OF THE CIVIL AND ECCLESIASTICAL AFFAIRS OF THE COUNTRY TO.1700. TO WHICH IS ADDED THE PRESENT STATE OF NEW-ENGLAND. WITH A NEW AND ACCURATE MAP OF THE COUNTRY. AND AN APPENDIX CONTAINING THEIR PRESENT CHARTER, THEIR ECCLESIASTICAL DISCIPLINE, AND THEIR MUNICIPAL-LAWS.

      London: Printed for J. Clark, R. Ford, and R. Cruttenden, 1720. - Two volumes. [1],vi,x,[2],330; [4],331-712,xv,[1]pp. plus folding map and including publisher's advertisements on final printed page. Contemporary paneled calf. Boards rubbed, neatly rebacked in matching calf, leather labels. 18th-century ownership marks on front pastedown and front free endpaper of first volume. Map backed on Japan tissue. A good set. Larned has high praise for this book: "[Neal's] work was superior to anything of the kind that preceded it.his attitude is that of one who wishes to remain impartial. He deals chiefly with political, religious, and military questions, but has an interesting chapter, largely condensed from Josselyn, describing the state of New England; and he has paid some attention to legislative history.His style is often sprightly and he displays a sense of humor. For some aspects of the revolution of 1688-1689 his work is still useful." Contains a few Indian words and sentences, with English translations. The map is an excellent depiction of New England from Long Island north. HOWES N26, "aa." PILLING, PROOF-SHEETS 2726. LARNED 992. SABIN 52140. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 720/178.

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        Imperii Persici in Omnes Suas Provincias (tam veteribus quam modernis carundem nominibus signatas). (Persia/Asia/Iran/Turkey/Iraq/Syria)

      Nuremberg 1720 - Engraving with original hand-color. Sheet size: 20 1/2 x 23 1/2". Inventory#: p1826.

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        Wit and Mirth: or Pills to purge Melancholy; being a Collection of the best merry Ballads and Songs, old and new. Fitted to all Humours, having each their proper Tune for either Voice, or Instrument: most of the Songs being new set.

      London: Printed by W. Pearson, for J. Tonson ., 1719-[1720]. - Duodecimo. Six volumes. I: [xiv], 360pp.; II: [x], 348pp.; III: [viii], 352pp.; IV: [viii], 352pp.; V: [viii], 352pp.; VI: [x], 372pp. I: []1, A6, B12-Q12; II: A6 (- A1 blank), B12-P12, Q6; III: A4, B12-P12, Q8; IV: A4, B12-P12, Q8; V: A4, B12-P12, Q8; VI: A6 (- A1 blank), B12-Q12, R6. First complete edition. Nineteenth-century red morocco by Ramage, repaired. With engraved frontispiece portrait of D"Urfey in volume I, and letterpress music in the text throughout. Day and Murrie 236-240, & 242. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Veduta della Gran Curia Innocenziana

      Rome - From the important series "Vedute di Roma"Giovanni Battista Piranesi was one of the leading figures in the development of the neoclassical style in the late 18th Century. As architect, archaeologist, artist, designer, collector, and antiquities dealer, he produced a series of etchings and engravings depicting the glories of ancient Rome. These fine prints served as source material for other architects and designers. He was born in Venice on the 4th October 1720. The son of a stone-mason, he was educated as an architect under his maternal uncle Matto Lucchesi and under Carlo Zucchi. In 1740 Piranesi left Venice for Rome, there he studied etching under Giuseppe Vasi. He appears to have had little success in these early years in Rome and as his father was unable to continue his allowance returned to Venice in 1744. He was soon, however, encouraged to return to Rome by Giuseppe Wagner, a successful engraver and publisher of Venice. This time he achieved success, and a constant series of works, illustrating architecture and antiquities, issued from his studio until his death in 1778. His output in etched plates is enormous (about 1000 numbers in all). While he achieved a work of magnitude in pictorial records of Roman monuments of antiquity and of the Renaissance, and gave immense archæological, antiquarian, and topographical value to this work, the artistic quality always predominates. He was fond of peopling his ruins with Callot-like figures, and "like Callot makes great use of the swelling line" (Hind). He had two sons and a daughter, all of whom helped him in his work and after his death carried on his publications in Rome and Paris. They were Francesco (born 1748 or 1756; died 1810), Pietro (who lived till after 1807) and Laura (born 1750). His position in Rome and in Europe after 1760 was a prominent one. He was well-known figure to the wealthy English visitors in Rome and was elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries in 1757. Most of his life was passed in Rome, etching, writing, publishing, and directing a workshop in which the restoration and sale of antiques played a considerable part.He was famous for his poetic views of Rome and also his fantastic imaginary interiors. His skills, allied to his deep knowledge of archaeology, provided the substance for his Vedute (Views), a series of 135 etchings of ancient and contemporary Rome, published from 1745 onwards, which established the popular mental image of the city. Vasi.et Ornamenti Antichi was a collection of 110 etchings documenting large sculptural vases, together with other antiquities excavated (and in some cases created) in Italy in the 18th century. The prints were initially separately issued and sold by Piranesi over a period of several years and subsequently collected in two folio volumes, each with its own title page, in 1778. They illustrate a wide range of genuine antiquities, as well as Piranesi's own collections, from utilitarian objects such as cinerary urns, lamps, and sarcophagi to monumental vases. The plates in Vasi often included text by Piranesi with information about where the objects were discovered and their contemporary location, and the prints bore dedications to his patrons, colleagues, visitors and influential people. He believed absolutely in the supremacy of Roman over Greek architecture, an argument he expounded most forcefully in his Della magnificenza ed architettura dei Romani (On the Magnificence of Roman Architecture, 1761). his romanticized views and imaginary interiors had a profound effect on stage designers, painters of capricci such as Hubert Robert, and even writers: William Beckford, the author of the Gothic novel and Vathek . In the 20th century his imaginary interiors have been admired by the Surrealists . Reference: John Wilton-Ely. Giovanni Battista Piranesi: The Complete Etchings. San Francisco: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, 1994. 2 volumes. Chapter F.II. Volume II. pp. 961-62. "The Bulfinch Guide to Art History"Hind : Giovanni

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        The Complete Servant -Maid or Maiden's Companion. General Directions to Maid-Servants.

      Edward Midwinter., London. 1720 - Circa 1720. Disbound, heavily worn, page edges frayed, lacks all before B1(page1) which has loss of text lower left. Hannah Woolley, sometimes spelled Wolley, (born 1622, England - died circa 1675, England) was a writer who published early books on household management and was probably the first to earn their living doing this.[1] Her mother and elder sisters were all skilled in "Physick and Chirurgery" and she learned from them . Nothing is known of her father. From 1639 to 1646 Wolley worked as a servant for an unnamed woman, almost certainly Anne, Lady Maynard (d. 1647), during which time she learned about medical remedies and recipes. She married Jerome Woolley, a schoolmaster, in 1646 and ran with him a free grammar school at Newport, in Essex. This is very near the Maynard family's house at Little Easton. In the school she put into practice her skills at "physick". A few years later, the Woolleys opened a school in Hackney, London [3]. She had at least four sons and two daughters, and the marriage was remembered by Hannah as a happy one.[2] Hannah was widowed in 1661 and from that year on began publishing books on household management. She covered such topics as : recipes, notes on domestic management, embroidery instruction, the etiquette of letter writing, medicinal advice, and perfume making. These proved to be very popular. Her first book The Ladies Directory was published at her own expense in 1661, and this was soon reprinted in 1664. Her second book The Cooks Guide, was printed at a her publisher's expense and is dedicated to Maynard's daughter, Lady Anne Wroth (1632–1677), and her own daughter Mary[2]. Wolley earned a reputation as a successful physician, despite her amateur status and the unwelcoming environment for female medical practitioners at that time in history. She used her books as an advertisement for her skills and invited her readers to consult her in person. Wolley remarried in 1666 at St. Margaret's, Westminster, to Francis Challiner, a widower two years older than herself. But her second husband died before February 1669. Wolley's own date of death is unknown. She did not react, as she had done previously, to another plagiarised work of 1675 called The Accomplish'd Ladies Delight so it is likely that she did not live to see it appear. [Works * The first of these was The Ladies Directory (1661) * The Cooks Guide, of 1664 * In 1670 Wolley produced The Queen-Like Closet (the title refers to the book The Queens Closet Opened, of 1655 written by 'W.M.' of whom very little is known.) at least two editions of a German translation of this were published as Frauenzimmers Zeitvertreib[2]. * In 1672 The Ladies Delight * Her last work, A Supplement to the "Queen-Like Closet," or, A Little of Every Thing (1674). * An unauthorized work based on her books was published in 1673 as The Gentlewoman's Companion[3][4]. * Similar unauthorized works followed in 1675 The Accomplished Ladies Delight and in 1685 The Compleat Servant-Maid. Like her authentic works, these were reprinted frequently. This is from the library of Edward Gordon Craig. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        HISTOIRE DU CARDINAL ALBERONI ET DE SON MINISTERE (TOME 1 & 2) Jufqu'a La Fin De L'Annee 1719. Par Mr. F. R**

      A La Haye: Chez La Veuve D'Adrien Moetjens. Very Good. 1720. Hardcover. 2 Volumes, half leather over clean marbled boards. Floral motif in backstrip compartments. Text block tight, clean & intact. A few pages slightly age toned. Title page with red title and woodcut. Marbled endpapers to which are affixed armorial crest book plates bearing the initials "PYC". Copper plate fold out map illustrations. Vol. #1: Messina; 291pp. Vol #2: Melasso; De La Haye; Port du Passage; Camp De Francavilla; 328pp. Both volumes bear the signature of "Catherine de Courtlande". Giulio Alberoni an Italian Cardinal of Spain who left a large quantity of manuscripts as his legacy. Volume 1's title page with a faint damp stain. Rare; Maps; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 619pp. pages .

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        Fables heroiques, où sont renfermées les plus importantes maximes de la politique & de la morale; avec des discours historiques sur chaque fable. (2 vols.).

      Amsterdam, Jean Pauli, 1720. - Nouvelle édition consacrée à l'usage de Monseigneur le Prince des Asturies. 2 vols. Small 8vo. (XVIII)+232;(VIII)+228 pp. With 2 frontisp. (dated 1721), portrait of Prince Louis of Asturia (later the second Bourbon king of Spain) & 60 half-page plates (all engravings). Complete. Hardcover. Contemp. full calf, spines richly gilt; marbled endpapers. VG. (Inscribed; lib. stamp & marks on 1st blanks, see provenance). * New edition, published by Bruzen la Martinière who signed the dedication with his initials. The famous moral-political fables of the French prior Audin, first published in 1648, were intended as amusing but profound instruction for princes. - Provenance: early inscription "a moy Leopoldine princesse de Lowensteine douariere de Starhemberg", and later stamp: "Fürstlich-Starhemberg'sche Familien-Bibliothek Schloss Eferding" (Austria). [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Esrim ve-Arba Sifre Ha-Kodesh: Sive Hebraica grammatica; ex aliquot manuscriptis et compluribvs impressis codicibus, item Masora Tam Edita, Quam Mavscripta, aliisque Hebraeorum criticis diligenter recensita Praeter nova lemmata textus in Pentateucho, accedunt Loca Scripturae Parallela, Varballa et Realia, Brevesque Adnotationes, Quibus , Nucleus Graecae LXX Interpretvm et OO Versionum Exhibitur, Difficiles in textu Dictiones et Phrases Explicantur, ac dubia resolvuntvr; ut succinti commentarii vicem praestare possint Singulis Denique Columnis Selectae Variantes Lectiones Subiiciuntur Cura Ac Studio

      (1720) 1720 - 4to. (4). 32pp. 848 leaves. Brown leather with raised bands, gold stamp and lettering on spine. Decorative red marble endpapers. Author's initials blind-stamped on front cover and date of binding bland-stamped on back. Dedicated to King Friedrich Wilhelm I of Prussia. Headpieces depicting the spirit of God dwelling over the water at the beginning of each section. Polyglot Old Testament with Hebrew and Latin texts in side by side columns. Extensive scholarly footnotes discuss alternative versions. Old Testament text is based on the 1699 Berlin edition. The editor Johann Heinrich Michaelis also made use of five manuscripts and 19 printed editions. Latin preface to the Reader. Text in Hebrew and Latin. Book-plate from previous owner. Title page missing. Rear red marble endpaper torn. Some staining to interior leaves, but the pages are legible and in overall very good condition. Book is in overall good condition. Johann Heinrich Michaelis was an early 18th century German Hebraist who taught at Halle. Sources:T. H. Darlow and H. F. Moule, "Historical Catalogue of the Printed Editions of Holy Scripture #5144 (Vol. II pg. 718). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The works of Sir William Temple, bart. (2 volume set)

      A. Churchill 1720 - 2 volume set in folio. A superior copy, suitable for a gift. 33 cm. Rebound in full modern leather. Fine binding and cover. Red leather spine labels. A handsome set. All edges red. Internally very good, with clean, white, unmarked pages. A few marginal spots. Contents: V.1. Some account of the life and writings of Sir William Temple, bart. Observations upon the United Provinces of the Netherlands. Miscellanea [in 3 pts., pt. 3 ed. by Jonathan Swift]. Memoirs, the the third part [1679-1680, ed. by Jonathan Swift]. Memoirs [1672-1679]. / V.2. Letters written by Sir William Temple, bart. and other ministers of state, both at home and abroad [1665-1672] . published by Jonathan Swift. Letters to the King [i.e. Charles II], the Prince of Orange, the chief ministers of state and other persons . published by Jonathan Swift. An introduction to the history of England. This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tabula Ducatuum Livoniae et Curlandiae

      Amsterdam 1720 - Size : 495x595 (mm), 19.5x23.375 (Inches), Hand Colored

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        Dwinae Fluvii nova descriptio

      Amsterdam 1720 - A rare, and important map of the course of the river Dwinae., Size : 460x540 (mm), 18.125x21.25 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring

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        Nouvelle relation, contenant les voyages dans la Nouvelle Espagne

      Amsterdam 1720 - Informing England about the present state of the Spanish settlements in the Caribbean and the Antilles. 1720. Amsterdam. Paul Marret. Two volumes in 8vo (163 mm x 93 mm). 1 [blank] + 14 ff. + 431 + 1 [blank]; 1 [blank] + 6 ff. + 6 contemporary calf gilt, raised bands to spine, forming compartments heavily tooled, morocco lettering pieces, gently rubbed, a couple of pieces missing on spines, else fine. Light browning and foxing as expected, else a fresh copy, folding plates in very good condition. Fourth edition in French, revised, corrected and enlarged. Gage (c.1597 ¿ 1656) was an English clergyman and traveller; he studied at Valladolid with the Jesuits and later became a Dominican. His travels began at Mexico, where he started a missionary journey that would last for 12 years, getting to know the land and local costumes. In 1640, once back in England, he converted to Anglicanism and was sent to the Antilles by Cromwell in an expedition to assess the state of the Spanish settlements, where he stayed until death found him in Jamaica. Illustrated with two frontispieces and 16 folding plates and maps; the views show local city views and natural history, the maps are of North America, Guadalupe, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama and Cuba, all giving a comprehensive view of the Caribbean and the plates include folding views of Cartagena, Porto Bello and La Havana. The work harshly criticizes the religious institutions and the Spanish colonization method. Sabin, 26303. Palau, 96486. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A New & Exact Map of the Coast, Countries and Islands within ye Limits of ye South Sea Company from ye River Aranoca to Terra del Fuego, and from thence through ye South Sea, to ye North Part of California &c. with a View of the General and Coasting Trade-Winds. And particular Draughts of the most important Bays, Ports &c. According to ye Newest Observations (South and Central America)

      Bowles, London - Engraving with original outline coloring. Circa 1720. Sheet size: 33 x 22 1/4". Inventory#: p1790pmat. 0

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        A Map of the West Indies or the Islands of America in the North Sea; with the adjacent countries; explaining what belongs to Spain, England, France, Holland &c also the Trade Winds and the several Tracts made by Galeons and Flota from place to place.

      London. [1720] - 2 sheets joined. Size: 595 x 1030 mm. Some skilful paper restoration to map folds and to worm holes. Very good condition. Copperplate engraving, with original outline colour. This is a map that reveals Moll both as an astute political observer and thinker, and also as a commercially savvy operator. This map of the West Indies is full of commercially sensitive information about the Spanish gold runs, and it is entirely feasible that the map was deliberately suited as a guide to English piracy and privateering in the West Indies. Through his London connections, Moll knew of two prominent English pirates or privateers: Woodes Rogers and William Dampier. They may have given Moll essential, crucial knowledge to include and publish on his maps. Moll clearly shows the routes taken by the Spanish in their endeavours to collect gold, silver and gems from their territories in New Spain. The fleets entered by Granada and Trinidad, and stopped in Cartagena; from there they headed northward to Havana, and crossed the Gulf of Mexico en route to the port of Vera Cruz, where they would take on a rich cargo from their silver mines in Potosi. Heavily laden with cargo, the fleet would then make good use of prevailing trade winds and make for Havana again, prior to heading out through Florida and the Bahamas to take them across the Atlantic back to Europe. Significantly, Moll engraves five of the most important Spanish ports and harbours involved with the "gold run". It is interesting to note that Moll dedicates the wonderful and enterprising map to William Patterson, the founder of The Bank of England. There is a large decorative cartouche of Mexico city in the lower left corner of the map. This detailed map appeared in Moll's A New and Compleat Atlas.

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        Außerlesene Sinn- und Geistreiche Predigen.

      Meyer, Constanz 1720 - In-4, 668 pages+ index, Livres en caractères gothiques en langue Allemande. Très beau frontispiceReliures en peaux de porc blanche, estampées à froid. avec deux fermoirs,

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        Dictionnaire Historique Et Critique

      Rotterdam: Michel Bohm, 1720., 1720. 4 Volumes. folio. pp. 4 p.l., xx, 942; 2 p.l., [945]-962, 963-968, 963-1830; 2 p.l., [1833]-2680; 2 p.l., [2681]-3132, [96]index. with half-titles. titles in red & black with engraved vignettes by W. De Gouwen after A. Vander Werf. dedication in red & black with large engraved headpiece by Bernard Picart. woodcut ornaments & initials. contemporary mottled calf, rebacked, corners renewed (light browning to several gatherings in last volume & occasionally to margins). Third Edition, revised and enlarged, edited by Prosper Marchand, the most attractive editon and the first to contain all of Bayle's additions. The most important and most influential sceptic of the late seventeenth century, Bayle provided the philosophers of the Enlightenment with a wealth of argument and ridicule with which to assail the intellectual 'Ancien Regime'. This, his major work, was composed with the intention of correcting the mistakes of Moreri's Grand Dictionnaire. "Bayle championed reason against belief, philosophy against religion, tolerance against superstition.For over half a century, until the publication of the Encyclopédie, Bayle's Dictionnaire dominated enlightened thinking in every part of Europe." (PMM) "Édition la plus belle et qui a été longtemps la plus recherché de ce dictionnaire." (Brunet) Brunet I 711. Picot, Rothschild, III 2502. cfPrinting and the Mind of Man 155b. cfRand I 115..

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        Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Impov'd Being a Correct Coppy of Mr. Ogilby's Actual Survey of all ye Direct & Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales: Wherein are exactly Delineated & Engraven, All ye Cities, Towns, Villages, Churches, Seats & scituate on or near the Roads with their respective Distances in Measured and Computed Miles. And to render this work universally usefull & agreeable, [beyond any of its kind] are added in a clear & most compendious method . . . [Scarce First Issue] And to render this work universally usefull & agreeable, [beyond any of its kind] are added in a clear & most compendious method: 1. A full & particular description & account of all the Cities, Borough-Towns, Towns-Corporate & their Arms, Antiquity, Charte

      Printed and Sold by Tho Bowles, London 1720 - 4to; [6], 273, [1]pp. Bound in contemporary full English paneled calf, sympathetically rebacked, the spine with five raised bands ruled in gilt and a new red morocco lettering piece gilt; all edges speckled red. First edition, first issue, of this fully and finely engraved road atlas of England and Wales, with 273 maps patterned after the 17th-century versions of John Ogilby. Scarce first issue, with "next ye King of Spain in S: Katherines" in the imprint statement (later issues read "near ye Stairs in St. Katherine’s"). First Edition points as follows: p. 8, Sussex 'rapes' [administrative boundaries] not numbered; p.128 misnumbered '121' (a later owner has added lines to the numeral '1' making it look like an '8'; p.141 showing a coat of arms in the text at bottom right showing three trefoils in a bend or diagonal bar. Shirley I, 278-80. Hodson 149. Tooley, 83. Lister, 62. A smaller, popular version of John Ogilby's famous road atlases of England, originally published in 1675 in a folio edition entitled: Britannia: or an Illustration of the Kingdom of England and Dominion of Wales. Ogilby's survey was perhaps the most accurate to date; he used the new distance of 1760 yards to a mile instead of the old standard of 2428 yards and calculated measurements methodically by foot. Due to public demand for these accurate strip road maps in a format conducive to travel, several smaller versions were published, with the present edition being one of the most successful. Emanuel Bowen was official map engraver to both George II and Louis XV of France, producing some of the finest and most intricately engraved English county maps of his time. His popular, conveniently sized Britannia Depicta went through three printings the first year. It contains 54 county maps and associated suites of strip road maps spread over 273 plates. An all-together elaborate production, in Fine, clean, bright condition, each map fully and elaborately engraved by Emanuel Bowen and enhanced with little-known historical facts (supplied by the antiquarian John Owen), elaborate heraldic images, rococo cartouches and decorative borders. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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