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        Des Welt-berühmten Engelländers Robinson Crusoe Leben und gantz ungemeine Begebenheiten, anderer Theil, welcher dessen Rück-Reise nach seiner Insul, und seine aufs neue gethane Reisen, auf welchen sich viele wundersame und lesenswürdige Fata mit ihm zugetragen, in sich hält; Von ihm selbst beschrieben, und um seiner Fürtrefflichkeit willen, aus dem Englischen und Französischen ins Teutsche übersetzet. Mit saubern Kupfern

      Nürnberg, Felßecker 1720.. Mit 6 Kupfertafeln. 7 Bll., 445 S. Prgt. d. Zt. Ullrich 48, 60. - Vierte deutsche Ausgabe des 2. Teils, im Jahr der deutschen Erstausgabe. - "Der Text der Felßeckerschen Ausgabe des zweiten Teils vom Robinson ist nach der französischen Übersetzung ... unter wörtlicher Wiedergabe verdeutscht worden ... Titel-Kupfer und die sechs Textkupfer sind denen der französischen Ausgabe nachgestochen, ohne Angabe des Stechernamens." (Denecke II, S. 19). - Einband etwas fleckig. Es fehlt das Frontispiz, Titel feuchtrandig u. angestaubt, papierbedingt leicht gebräunt, 1 Lage angerändert, 1 Tafel mit kurzem Schriftzug in der Darstellung.

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        To the Right Honourable Charles, Earl of Peterborow, and Monmouth, &c. This Map of Africa

      London: H. Moll, T. Bowles, P. Overton, [circa 1720]. Copper-engraved map, with original outline colour, in excellent condition. Repaired center fold. 22 5/8 x 37 3/4 inches. 25 1/2 x 41 inches. Herman's Moll's magnificently detailed map of Africa, one of the finest depictions of the continent made in the eighteenth-century This elegant map of Africa evinces the fact that the continent's coastlines were then very well- known, in great contrast to its heart, referred to as "Ethiopia," a land "wholly unknown to the Europeans." While various European explorers had gone some distance up the Senegal, Niger, Nile and Zambezi rivers, the enigmatic nature of the interior would remain largely intact until the third quarter of the nineteenth-century. As indicated by the detailed toponymy of the west African coast, various European powers maintained an active presence there; a pictorial inset in the lower left of the map depicts "Cape Coast Castle," a major British fortress in modern-day Guinea. The Portuguese controlled trade south of the Congo River on the west coast, and on the eastern coast in the busy trading regions centered on the island of Zanzibar. South Africa was dominated by the Dutch, who founded Cape Town in 1652. A beautiful view of the majestic harbour of the Cape, featuring the unmistakable sight of Table Mountain occupies the lower right of the map. Moll drew on Edmond Halley's revolutionary hydrological chart for his detailed depiction of the ocean currents. This includes the annual periods and direction of the Monsoons in the Indian Ocean that could either greatly assist or completely hinder the progress of sailing vessels. The present map was part of Herman Moll's magnificent folio work, a New and Compleat Atlas. Moll was the most important cartographer working in London during his era, a career that spanned over fifty years. His origins have been a source of great scholarly debate; however, the prevailing opinion suggests that he hailed from the Hanseatic port city of Bremen, Germany. Joining a number of his countrymen, he fled the turmoil of the Scanian Wars for London, and in 1678 is first recorded as working there as an engraver for Moses Pitt on the production of the English Atlas. It was not long before Moll found himself as a charter member of London's most interesting social circle, which congregated at Jonathan's Coffee House at Number 20 Exchange Alley, Cornhill. It was at this establishment that speculators met to trade equities (most notoriously South Sea Company shares). Moll's coffeehouse circle included the scientist Robert Hooke, the archaeologist William Stuckley, the authors Jonathan Swift and Daniel Defoe, and the intellectually-gifted pirates William Dampier, Woodes Rogers and William Hacke. From these friends, Moll gained a great deal of privileged information that was later conveyed in his cartographic works, some appearing in the works of these same figures. Moll was highly astute, both politically and commercially, and he was consistently able to craft maps and atlases that appealed to the particular fancy of wealthy individual patrons, as well as the popular trends of the day. In many cases, his works are amongst the very finest maps of their subjects ever created with toponymy in the English language. Shirley, Maps in the Atlases of the British Library I, T.Moll-4b, 6; Cf. Reinhartz, The Cartographer and the Literati: Herman Moll and his Intellectual Circle

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        Tou en Hagiois Patros Hmn Kyrillou Hierosolymn Archiepiskopou ta Heuriskomena Panta

      Paris - Jacobi Vincent, 1720 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. Antoine-Augustin Touttee's posthumously published translation of the works of Saint Cyril of Jerusalem. First edition. In Latin and Greek. With bookplate of Samuel Webster Allen, bishop of Shrewsbury between 1897 and 1908, to front pastedown. Copperplate inscription to title page, dated 1723. Cyril of Jerusalem was a distinguished theologian of the early Church (ca. 313 386). He is venerated as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and the Anglican Communion. In 1883, Cyril was declared a Doctor of the Church by Pope Leo XIII. Little is known of his life before he became a bishop; the assignment of his birth to the year 313 rests on conjecture. St. Cyril was ordained a deacon by Bishop St. Macarius of Jerusalem in about 335 and a priest some eight years later by Bishop St. Maximus. About the end of 350 he succeeded St. Maximus in the See of Jerusalem. Antoine-Augustin Touttee (13 December 1677 - 25 December 1718) was a French Benedictine scholar of the Maurist Congregation. He studied the humanities with the Oratorians at Riom, made vows at the Abbey of Vendome, 29 October 1698, and was ordained priest in December, 1702. He taught philosophy at Vendome from 1702 to 1704 and theology at St-Benoit-sur-Loire from 17041708, and at St-Denis from 1708 to 1712. He then withdrew to St-Germain-des-Pres to prepare this work, which was was issued after his death. Condition: In a calf binding. Externally, a trifle worn. Cracking to both joints. Institutional label to front board. Spine label lifting. Internally, firmly bound. Small ink stamp to front free endpaper. Slight water damage to front pastedown and very slight occasional evidence of past worming. Otherwise, generally bright and clean. Overall: GOOD.

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        L' Afrique Surivant les Nouvelles Observations?

      Engraved map, unclored, 29.8 x 22.1 cm (11.7" X 7"). Minor aging; decent margins, strong early crisp impression. Very nice little map. A very nice map of the African continent, that was probably published before 1720. The map shows the Atlantic islands, and just a bit of Brazil. The Nile River is depicted originating in two small lakes called "Damot and Dambea'. There is considerable detail throughout and some notations. Crisply engraved with a compass rose and a little cartouche featuring elephants, an ostrich and a man wrestling a crocodile. Van der Aa (1659-1733) was a publisher and bookseller known for his considerable output, and the decorative quality of his maps. Tooley: Collectors Guide to the Maps of the African Continent.

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        [The Great Mirror of Folly...] Het groote Tafereel der Dwaashied vertoonende de opkomst, voortgang en ondergang der Actie, Bubbel en Windnegotie in Vrankrijk, Engeland, en de Nederlanden

      [N.p. but Holland]: 1720. Folio. (15 3/8 x 9 3/4 inches). Title printed in red and black. Folding engraved frontispiece, engraved list of plates within a decorative surround, 72 engraved plates, maps and broadsides on 73 leaves (5 of the single-page plates cut to the edge of the image and mounted [as issued], 45 double-page, 19 folding and including 10 which combine both engraving and letterpress text), one plate loosely inserted, 2 with sections of blank margins torn away, some other clean tears occasionally affecting the image area. Contemporary Dutch speckled calf, spine in eight compartments with raised bands, red morocco lettering-piece in the second compartment, repeat decoration in gilt in the others, joints slightly split, extremities scuffed. A very rare collection of contemporary satirical prints relating to the financial exploits of John Law and his infamous Mississippi Bubble. John Law (bap. 21 April 1671 - 21 March 1729) was a Scottish economist who believed that money was only a means of exchange that did not constitute wealth in itself, and that national wealth depended on trade. He is said to be the father of finance, responsible for the adoption or use of paper money or bills in the world today. Law was a gambler and a brilliant mental calculator, and was known to win card games by mentally calculating the odds. An expert in statistics, he was the originator of economic theories, including two major ideas: 'The Scarcity Theory of Value' and the 'Real bills doctrine' The present work records the economic crisis precipitated by Law. The crisis had its origins in the decision of the French regent, Philippe d'Orléans, to appoint John Law the Controller General of Finances for France. In "May 1716 the Banque Générale Privée ("General Private Bank"), which developed the use of paper money was set up by Law. It was a private bank, but three quarters of the capital consisted of government bills and government accepted notes. In August 1717, he bought the Mississippi Company, to help the French colony in Louisiana. In 1717 he also brokered the sale of Thomas Pitt's diamond to the regent, Philippe d'Orléans. In the same year Law floated the Mississippi Company as a joint stock trading company called the Compagnie d'Occident which was granted a trade monopoly of the West Indies and North America. The bank became the Banque Royale ... in 1718, meaning the notes were guaranteed by the king. The Company absorbed the Compagnie des Indes Orientales, Compagnie de Chine, and other rival trading companies and became the Compagnie Perpetuelle des Indes on 23 May 1719 with a monopoly of commerce on all the seas. The system however encouraged speculation in shares in 'The Company of the Indies' (the shares becoming a sort of paper currency) ... In 1720 the bank and company were united and Law was appointed Controller General of Finances to attract capital. Law's pioneering note-issuing bank was extremely successful until it collapsed and caused an economic crisis in France and across Europe. Law exaggerated the wealth of Louisiana with an effective marketing scheme, which led to wild speculation on the shares of the company in 1719. In February 1720 it was valued for a very high future cash flow at 10,000 livres. Shares rose from 500 livres in 1719 to as much as 15,000 livres in the first half of 1720, but by the summer of 1720, there was a sudden decline in confidence, leading to a 97 percent decline in market capitalization by 1721. Predictably, the 'bubble' burst at the end of 1720, when opponents of the financier attempted en masse to convert their notes into specie. By the end of 1720 Philippe II dismissed Law, who then fled from France." Goldsmiths 5829; Kress 3217; Muller 3535; Sabin 28932; cf. A.H. Cole The Great Mirror of Folly ... an economic- bibliographical study [Harvard: 1949].

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        [THE GREAT MIRROR OF FOLLY...] HET GROOTE TAFEREEL DER DWAASHIED VERTOONENDE DE OPKOMST, VOORTGANG EN ONDERGANG DER ACTIE, BUBBEL EN WINDNEGOTIE IN VRANKRIJK, ENGELAND, EN DE NEDERLANDEN

      [Np, but Holland]. 1720.. Title printed in red and black. Folding engraved frontispiece, engraved list of plates within a decorative surround, seventy- two engraved plates, maps, and broadsides on 73 leaves (5 of the single-page plates cut the edge of the image and mounted [as issued], 45 double-page, 19 folding and including 10 which combine both engraving and letterpress text). Folio. Contemporary Dutch speckled calf, spine in eight compartments with raised bands, red morocco label in the second compartment, repeat decoration in gilt in the others. Joints slightly split, extremities scuffed. One plate loosely inserted, two with sections of blank margins torn away, some other clean tears occasionally affecting the image area. Else very good. A very rare economics work in which are reprinted a collection of the contemporary satirical texts and prints relating to the financial exploits of John Law and his infamous Mississippi scheme of 1717-20, events connected with the founding of a viable colony in Louisiana. "John Law (bap. 21 April 1671 - 21 March 1729) was a Scottish economist who believed that money was only a means of exchange that did not constitute wealth in itself, and that national wealth depended on trade. He is said to be the father of finance, responsible for the adoption or use of paper money or bills in the world today. Law was a gambler and a brilliant mental calculator, and was known to win card games by mentally calculating the odds. An expert in statistics, he was the originator of economic theories, including two major ideas: 'The Scarcity Theory of Value' and the 'Real bills doctrine'" - Wikipedia. The present work records the economic crisis precipitated by Law. The crisis had its origins in the decision of the French regent, Philippe d'Orléans, to appoint John Law the Controller General of Finances for France. "[In] May 1716 the Banque Générale Privée ('General Private Bank'), which developed the use of paper money, was set up by Law. It was a private bank, but three quarters of the capital consisted of government bills and government accepted notes. In August 1717 he bought the Mississippi Company, to help the French colony in Louisiana. In 1717 he also brokered the sale of Thomas Pitt's diamond to the regent, Philippe d'Orléans. In the same year Law floated the Mississippi Company as a joint stock trading company called the Compagnie d'Occident which was granted a trade monopoly of the West Indies and North America. The bank became the Banque Royale...in 1718, meaning the notes were guaranteed by the king. The Company absorbed the Compagnie des Indes Orientales, Compagnie de Chine, and other rival trading companies and became the Compagnie Perpetuelle des Indes on 23 May 1719 with a monopoly of commerce on all the seas. The system however encouraged speculation in shares in 'The Company of the Indies' (the shares becoming a sort of paper currency)...In 1720 the bank and company were united and Law was appointed Controller General of Finances to attract capital. Law's pioneering note- issuing bank was extremely successful until it collapsed and caused an economic crisis in France and across Europe. "Law exaggerated the wealth of Louisiana with an effective marketing scheme, which led to wild speculation on the shares of the company in 1719. In February 1720 it was valued for a very high future cash flow at 10,000 livres. Shares rose from 500 livres in 1719 to as much as 15,000 livres in the first half of 1720, but by the summer of 1720, there was a sudden decline in confidence, leading to a 97 per cent decline in market capitalization by 1721. Predictably, the 'bubble' burst at the end of 1720, when opponents of the financier attempted en masse to convert their notes into specie. By the end of 1720 Philippe II dismissed Law, who then fled from France" - Cole. GOLDSMITHS 5829. KRESS 3217. MULLER 3535. SABIN 28932. A.H. Cole, THE GREAT MIRROR OF FOLLY...AN ECONOMIC-BIBLIOGRAPHICAL STUDY (Harvard, 1949).

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        HISTORISCHE UND GEOGRAPHISCHE BESCHREIBUNG DES AN DEM GROSSEN FLUSSE MISSISSIPPI...GELENGEN HERRLICHEN LANDES LOUISIANA

      Leipzig. 1720.. [6],84pp. plus folding map. Modern antique paneled calf, gilt. Faint stain in upper margin of text, moderate age toning. A very good copy. The rare first edition of HISTORISCHE UND GEOGRAPHISCHE BESCHREIBUNG, designed to further the schemes of John Law and the Mississippi Company, riding the crest of the South Sea Bubble before the crash of that scheme the following year. This is the first of three editions published in 1720, with the later two entitled AUFSFURLICHE BESCHREIBUNG. The present copy does not contain the portrait called for by Sabin and Howes which is present in the copies at Yale, UCLA, and the University of Wisconsin- Madison, but which is not mentioned in EUROPEAN AMERICANA, and the copies at Trinity College and the William Clements Library appear to be complete without it. The map, "Louissana am Fluss Missisippi," provides a slightly fore- shortened cartographic view of the watershed of the Mississippi from around the Canadian border to the Gulf of Mexico. Natchez and other French outposts up the Mississippi are shown, as well as New Orleans and other settlements on the lower river. The Illinois River and the French fort on it in what is now central Illinois are also shown. It is an interesting and significant map. The book is a general collection of material about Louisiana, drawn from Hennepin and from the promotional claims of the Mississippi Company. It paints a rosy picture of the prospects for and future of Louisiana and the venture there. The text concludes with a poem concerning the Mississippi Company. All editions are rare. SABIN 32104. HOWES H520, "b." EUROPEAN AMERICANA 720/122.

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        A Complete History of the Most Remarkable Transactions at Sea, from the Earliest Accounts of Time to the Conclusion of the Last War with France ... Navel-Expeditions, Sea-Fights, Stratagems, Discoveries, Other Maritime Occurrences ... Sea-Charts

      London: Printed By W.R. For J. Walthoe in the Temple Cloysters and J. Walthoe Junior Against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, 1720. 32 cm x 19.5 cm, pp. [lvi], 800, [31] - Index, [1] - Errata. Steel engraved frontispiece after Gerard Vandergucht (1696/7 - 1776), another full-paged portrait engraved by George Vertue (1684-1756) after unknown artist. 9 folding charts (maps) by cartographer Hermann Moll (1654-1732), Some engraved head & tail pieces, and engraved initials, title-page in red and black. Original Cambridge style binding with contrasting panelled boards, frame left plain with central rectangle and border mottled, and stamped corner ornaments, all edges red sprinkled. Expertly rebacked to period, resewn with new headbands, 6 raised bands, gilt-stamped leather spine label, gilt decoration to compartments, corners consolidated. Engraved bookplate of Howard Murray to front free endpaper (Possibly a Dr. Howard Murray 1859-1930. Born in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, taught classics at Dalhousie University before being appointed its dean in 1901.) Light spotting to endpapers, 4 maps tanned and foxed, however the remaining 5 maps are very clean and bright, as is the text block except for the very occasional thumb, or spot, the worst being a small spattering of wax remnants to p. 280 and again at p. 287, slightly affecting the adjoining pages. Overall, a wonderfully, clean, bright copy. This book was the first general naval history published in the English language. Published by the printing firm J. Walthoe under royal license of King George I of Great Britain, it was clearly based on the official reports received in the Admiralty.. First Edition. Full Leather. Very Good. Small Folio.

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        Switzerland and the Country of the Grisons Wherein is Described the XIII Switz Cantons with their Allies &c

      London: circa 1720. Engraving with period hand-colouring. Re-backed at centerfold. 1 x 1/2" loss to lower right corner restored. Marginal loss 1 1/4 x 3/8" at base of centerfold restored. Two marginal tears at bottom expertly repaired. Image size: 15 3/4 x 20 3/4 inches. 19 7/8 x 23 7/8 inches. Early English Map of Switzerland A contemporary of Herman Moll, John Senex was one of the most successful mapmakers during the golden age of English cartography. He issued a series of atlases with John Maxwell and C. Price, and went on to reissue Ogilby's road atlas. He was appointed Geographer to Queen Anne, and in 1728 was elected to the Royal Society. His beautiful maps are famed for their meticulous detail and ornate cartouches, and they remain some of the best examples of eighteenth century English mapmaking. In this handsome map of Switzerland, the original 13 Cantons are listed with their dates of incorporation, and around the border of the map are the crests of each canton, as well as those of their allies.

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        Bloeyende Opkomst der Aloude en Hedendaagsche Groenlandsche Visschery

      Amsterdam: Joannes Oosterwyk, 1720., 1720. small 4to. pp. 18 p.l., 330, [12]incl. index, [2]errata & ads. with half-title (verse on verso). additional engraved allegorical title by J.Folkema after F.Ottens. title in red & black with woodcut vignette. 6 folding engraved maps & 7 engraved plates (1 folding by Van der Hem after A.Salm). woodcut tailpieces & initials. A very nice copy in contemporary vellum (light foxing to a few leaves). First Edition. An extensive and authoritative history and description of the Dutch arctic whaling industry, with a general map of the polar regions and individual maps of the principal islands used for whaling: Greenland, Iceland, Spitszbergen, Jan Mayen, and Nova Zembla. The fine engraved plates depict whales, walruses, whaling vessels, and whaling scenes. In addition to information on natural history, geography, and economics, the work includes statistical tables of vessels and returns, and lists of the names of the directors and captains of the Greenland whale fisheries of the Netherlands, Bremen, and Hamburg. JCB I 297 (lacking 2 plates). Leclerc 678. Muller 690. Sabin 106374. cfBell Z37 (2nd Dutch edition). Jenkins p. 162.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine.

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        Nouvelle Carte de l'Amerique

      Leiden: [circa 1720]. Copper-engraved map. (Expert restoration along the side margins). 18 x 21 1/4 inches. 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).

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        Messine secourue

      Asburgo 1720 ca.Rara incisione su rame, mm. 440x375 alla battuta + ampi marg. bianchi. Bella veduta della citta' con vascelli in primo piano. E' rappresentato il bombardamento navale del 1675 da parte dei francesi. Veduta entro sfarzosa bordura e tit. entro cartiglio con didascalia dell'evento storico. Bella conservaz., solo un piccolo strappo abilmente restaurato al marg. inf. che minimamente lede la parte inc. in prossimità delle foglie del cartiglio.

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        Regiae Celsitudinis Sabaudicae Status in quo Ducatus Sabaudiae Principat. Pedemontium ut et Ducatus Montisferrati in suas ditiones et Territoria determinati cum finitimis Provinciis

      Asburgo, 1720Bella carta geografica inc. in rame, raffinata coloritura dell'epoca, mm.500x580 + ampi marg. bianchi. Comprende il Piemonte, una piccola parte dello Stato di Milano, parte della Repubblica di Genova e Contado di Nizza, Savoia e Provenza. Bellissimo grande cartiglio animato da figure contenente il titolo. Impressione fresca e nitida, lievissima insignificante abrasione nel punto di piega al marg. inf. Non comune.

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        Nouveau dénombrement du royaume, par généralitez, élections, paroisses et feux [Texte imprimé], où l'on a marqué sur chaque lieu les archevêchez, évêchez, universitez, parlemens, chambres des comptes, cours des aydes, cours et hôtels des monnoyes, bureaux des finances, maîtrises des eaux et forêts, capitaineries des chasses, amirautez, présidiaux, bailliages, sénéchaussées, prévôtez, vicomtez, châtellenies, vigueries, juges-consuls, maréchaussées et autres justices royales ; les bureaux des droits des aydes, gabelles et greniers à sel, douannes et traites foraines ; les lieues de distance de Paris aux autres villes du royaume.

      Paris, chez Saugrain 1720 Petit in-folio relié plein veau raciné de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs, titre gravé, une page de titre, 3 pages d'éspitres et 5 f. n. ch. de table, 486 pages et 368 pages, 2 f. n. ch. d'approbation. 2 parties en 1 vol. Claude-Marin Saugrain (1679-1750), libraire-écrivain à Paris, descendant d'une importante lignée de libraire, syndic de cette corporation, qui rédigea et édita de nombreux ouvrages d'érudition signe ici l'édition originale de son ouvrage capital. Fentes légères aux charnières et coiffes légèrement rognées sinon bel exemplaire Très bon couverture rigide Edition originale

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        Osservazioni sopra i cimiterj de' Santi Martiri ed antichi cristiani di Roma. Aggiuntavi la serie di tutti quelli, che sino al presente si sono scoperti e di altri simili, che in varie parti del mondo si trovano. -

      Roma, Salvioni, 1720.3 parti in 1 vol. In-folio. Solida legatura coeva in pergamena, titolo impr. in oro sul dorso. Due antiporte inc., due frontespizi con vignetta (ambedue ripetute), moltissime illus. n.t., diverse a p. pag., ed alcune iniziali istoriate. (14), 808 pp.; buon esemplare; alcuni fogli lievemente arrossati. Edizione originale. Boldetti è, col Bosio e l'Aringhi, uno dei fondatori dell'archeologia cristiana. Brunet I, 1075. Choix 16486. Rossetti II, 1168. Cicognara 3627 (con data errata): «Opera piena di cognizioni erudite...».

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        El Africa dividida en todos sus principales reynos segun las ultimas y nuevas observaciones de las Accademias y de Paris y de Londres.

      Incisione in rame, coloritura originale d'epoca, mm. 495x612. Rara carta in ottimo stato di conservazione; presenta solo un forellino di tarlo ripetuto a destra e sin. ed una macchia al margine sup.

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        Carte du golfe de Caillery en l'Ilse de Sardaigne..

      Carta nautica della rada e porto di Cagliari, tratta dal raro atlante nautico Recueil de Plusiers Plans des Ports et rades de la Mer Mediterranée, edito a Parigi nel 1720 e successivamente ristampato fino al 1742. Jacques Ayrouard, idrografo francese, risulta attivo tra il 1730 ed il 1750; il raro atlante dei porti del Mediterraneo rimane la sua unica opera. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Parigi Paris 660 540

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        Regnorum Siciliae et Sardiniae nova & accurata tabula.

      Incisione in rame eseguita da David Funck, 485x572, colorata d'epoca, arricchita con bellissimo cartiglio all'angolo sinistro in basso. In alto a sin. carta della Sardegna entro riquadro. Rara. Buon esemplare con lieve difetto alla piega centrale in basso.J.B. Homann nasce a Norimberga nel 1663; lavora inizialmente per David Funk e per Giacomo Sandrart e finchè all'inizio del '700, nel 1702, inizia una propria produzione cartografica, raggiungendo ben presto un notevole successo per l'eleganza e la modernità, ben amalgamando aspetto scientifico e decorativo. Nel 1707 pubblica il primo atlante, arricchendolo rapidamente fino a superare il centinaio di carte con il ''Grosser Atlas" di 126 carte. Muore nel 1723.

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        Latium Campania et Samnium

      Grande carta geografica stampata dalla Tipografia del Seminario di Padova, storica bottega calcografica fondata nel 1684 e diretta tra l?altro da Domenico Lovisa. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, due piccoli fori di tarlo, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Grande e decorativo cartiglio. Rara. Dimensioni 665x490. Great geographic map printed by the Tipografia del Seminario of Padova, an ancoent workshop founded in 1684 and run, among others, by Domenico Lovisa. Copper engraving, fine hand colour, two small warmholes, in good condition. Big decorative cartouche. Rare. Padova Padua

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        Le sette Chiese di Roma con le loro principali Relique, Stationi et indulgenze

      Pianta delle sette chiese giubilari della capitale, tratta dal "Atlas Novus" del Seutter. Plan of the seven jubilee churches of Rome, from Seutter's "Atlas Novus". Ausburg Ausburg 590 500

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        The Works of Alexander Pope.

      London, T. J., 1720. . Frontispiece portrait of the author. Bound in full contemporary calf with spine skillfully rebacked to style with red leather spine label stamped in gilt. A few minor stains to title page, otherwise clean and bright. Includes Rape of the Lock published in its entirety only six years earlier when Pope was only 26 years old. Image available on request. Hardcover. Book condition: Very good

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        Eusebii Pamphili Ecclesiastica Historia Graece et Latine

      Cantabrigiae (Cambridge): Typis Academicis, 1720. Hardcover. Very good plus. Folio. (60),798,(24)pp. Folding plate of the Old Temple present in fine condition. The Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius in parallel Greek and Latin columns, followed by the Life of Constantine. Full title is: (In Greek) Eusebiou tou Pamphilou Ekklesiastike Historia, (in Latin) Eusebii Pamphili Ecclesiasticae Historiae Libri Decem. Ejusdem de Vita Imp. Constantini, Libri IV. ... This is the first in a series of three works; the second treats of Socrates Scholasticus and the third of Hermias Sozomen. Each work has a separate title, but this volume has a general title followed by the specific title. The entire issue was edited by William Reading. Bound to style in quarter leather. Spine in six compartments with raised bands, black leather lettering piece, gilt, marbled paper boards, vellum corners. The half tittle and general title have oval stamps form a former owner; sometime closely trimmed by a binder but still with large, ample margins; a very good to near fine copy. In Latin and Greek. ESTC T146435.

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        Nouvelle Carte de l'Amerique

      Leiden: [circa 1720]. Copper-engraved map. (Expert restoration along the side margins). 18 x 21 1/4 inches. 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).

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        Occidentalior Tractus Maris Mediterranee.

      Amsterdam, 1720 circa. Incisione in rame all'acquaforte, b/n , cm 48 x 57 (alla lastra), pi? tutti i suoi margini. Cartiglio contenente titolo in alto a sn. con figure di regnanti, altro cartiglio in basso al centro con figure di schiavi e viaggiatori in costume, legenda a 98 voci, velieri nel mare. Carta poco comune. Bell'esemplare, in bella impressione e in ampi margini.

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        The Coast of Barbary and Black Ey’d Susan

      Printed sheet, 8 1/2 x 10 /12 inches. Two traditional sea shanties, the first relating a battle with Barbary pirates, and the second from a 1720 ballad by John Gay originally titled “Sweet William’s Farewell to Black-Ey’d Susan.” This version has been shortened from eight to five stanzas. Printed in two columns, each headed by a fine, crude wood engraving of a ship. Looks English, late 18th or early 19th century, but inscribed on the verso, “James Fuller / Boothbay April 27 / 1825” - so, either an import or an American product. Let’s hope for the latter. Pinholes at old folds. In handsome 19th century frame.

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        Proyecto para galeones y flotas del Peru y Nueva-Espana, y para navios de registro, y avisos, que navegaren a ambos reynos, woodcut arms on title,

      Madrid: Juan de Ariztia, 1720. Folio. 13 leaves. Modern half calf and cloth, spine gilt. Spine lightly rubbed. Text quite fresh and clean; one leaf trimmed closely, affecting marginal notes. A proclamation to reinforce the strength and size of the Spanish fleet trading between Spain and South America, primarily via Lima in Peru. An extensive, detailed, proclamation to reinforce the strength and size of the Spanish fleet trading between Spain and South America, primarily via Lima in Peru. Also printed in Cadiz the same year. Only a handful of copies in OCLC. Relatively scarce - no other copies appear in auction records in the past twenty-five years. Palau 239622; Medina, BHA 2357 (Cadiz ed); LeClerc 466; Sabin 66408.

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        The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in Ireland

      London: J Wilford, 1720 WITH the true state and condition of that Kingdom before the year 1640; and the most material passages and actions which since that time have contributed to the Calamities it hath undergone. [16], [1], 2-381 pp, 1 pl (portrait), [1] advert, frontispiece of the Duke of Ormonde. In worn contemporary brown full calf, gilt tooling, corners and edges bumped and worn. Spine, joints worn, raised bands, lacking title label, gilt tooling, edges bumped and worn. Internally, hinges loose, contemporary ownership signature of Catherine Williams to fep, text block edges reddened, some very minor browning to first and last few pages to margins, ffep & frontispiece has some chips to front edge not affecting the plate of the Duke. A nice copy of a very scarce and important work by the much celebrated Earl. (ESTC T53951. Lowndes 468. Allibone 385) The Earl of Clarendon, historian and politician. (see ODNB)

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        Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd. being a Correct Coppy of Mr. Ogilby's Actual Survey of all Direct & Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales: Wherein are exactly Delineated & Engraven All ye Cities, Towns, Villages, Churches, Seat &c. scituate on or near Roads with their respective Distances in Measured and Computed Miles

      Thomas Bowles, London, 1720. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Illustrator: Eman. Bowen. Full later (19th century) tooled leather, minor wear and bumping at corners - 8" x 5 3/4". (6), 273pp, new endpapers. Entirely engraved, occasional minor damp staining and light foxing, but generally a clean, bright copy. Trimmed a little close on a few pages with loss of a bit of text, but not touching the maps. Size: Quarto (4to). Text is clean and unmarked. Previous owner's signature in ink. Illustrator: Eman. Bowen. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Travel & Places; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 041012. .

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        Regni Daniae in quo sunt Ducatus Holsatia et Slesvicum, insulæ danicæ, provinciæ Iutia, Scania, Blekingia Nova Tabula.

      Kobberstukket generalkort over Danmark. Nürnberg ca. 1720. Lysmål: 48,3x58,5 cm. Plademål: 59x50 cm. Med brede margener. Samtidig håndkolorering. Stor s/h kartouche med det store rigsvåben holdt af vildmænd. I sølvramme. Koloreringen lidt falmet; i øvrigt et velbevaret og rent eksemplar.. Dekorativt Danmarkskort, der viser landet i dets historiske udstrækning før 1658, hvor den østlige tredjedel blev afstået til Sverige. ** Very decorative map of Denmark, showing the extension of the country before the Scanian provinces became part of Sweden (in 1658). Contemporary colouring. Impressive cartouche with the Royal Danish coat-of-arms. Fine. Framed

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        Anthologia sive de floris natura libri tres plurimis inventis, observationibusque, ac Aereis Tabulis ornati

      Padua: Typis Seminarii, Apud Joannem Manfre, 1720.. First Edition. Contemporary calf with raised bands and gilt titles. Joints cracking. Plates clean. Binding tight. 296pp + (8) + (23) +(23) :: 12 engraved folding Botanical plates :: 250mm x 190mm (10" x 7")

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        The Works of Alexander Pope.

      . Frontispiece portrait of the author. Bound in full contemporary calf with spine skillfully rebacked to style with red leather spine label stamped in gilt. A few minor stains to title page, otherwise clean and bright. Includes Rape of the Lock published in its entirety only six years earlier when Pope was only 26 years old. Image available on request. Hardcover. Book condition: Very good

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        Geschichten und Thaten Kayser Conrads des Dritten, Aus dem Geschlecht der Hertzogen in Schwaben... (5 weitere Werke angebunden, siehe unten)

      Frontispiz, 70 Seiten mit "Vorrede", 216 Seiten. (Seite 7/8 der Vorrede nicht vorhanden, laut "google-digi-books" vollständig, wohl falsche Paginierung.) Zeitgennös. Pappband mit Rückentitelei in Gold. (Vor- und Nachsatz abgetrennt) Kl.8vo. //..// ANGEBUNEN: BUNDLING, JACOB PAUL von (ist : GUNDLING,J.P.v.) - Geschichten und Thaten Kaiser Richards. Aus dem Geschlecht der Könige in England... Berlin, Gedicken, 1719. Frontispiz, 5 Bll., 240 Seiten, (gezählt 238, /3-240/ laut "google-digi-books" vollständig, wohl falsche Paginierung) //..// GUNDLING,JACOB PAUL von- Geschichten und Thaten Kayser Conrads des Vierdten. Aus dem Geschlecht der Hertzoge zu Schwaben. Berlin, Nicolai, 1719. Frontispiz, rot/schwarz gedruckter Titelballt auf einer "Doppelseite", Nachtitelei, 4 Bll., 30 Seiten. //..// Geschichte und Thaten Kayser Wilhelms / Aus dem Geschlecht der Grafen von Holland. (einfaches Titelblatt, ohne Autor, Ort und Jahr, mitpaginiert:) 30 Seiten. //..// GUNDLING, JACOB PAUL von: Geschichten u. Thaten Kayser Heinrichs Des Siebenden Aus dem Hause der Hertzogen von Limburg und Graffen zu Luxenburg... Halle, Neue Buchchandlung 1719. 1 leeres Bl., Frontispiz, 15 ungez. Bll., 294 Seiten. Insges.gut erhalten, Papier teils angebräunt.

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        Antiqvitates selectae septentrionales et celticae qvibus plurima loca conciliorvm et capitvlarivm explanantvr, dogmata theologiae ethnicae celtarum gentivm qve septentrionalivm, etc. etc.

      Hannover., Nicoali Foerster. 1720. 8vo. Nyere skinnryggbind med opphøyde ryggbånd og tittelfelt i rødbrunt skinn. Marmorerte dekler. Med ekstra gravert tittelblad, tittelbladet tryk i rødt og svart, XXIX, (2), 590 s. XVII plansjer hvorav de fleste er foldet

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        Regni Daniae in quo sunt Ducatus Holsatia et Slesvicum, insulæ danicæ, provinciæ Iutia, Scania, Blekingia Nova Tabula.

      Håndkoloreret kobberstukket kort over Danmark. Nürnberg ca. 1720. 48,5 x 56 cm. Med stor titelkartouche med rigsvåben og vildmænd.. Johann Baptist Homann gjorde 1702 sin hobby til sit erhver, idet han 1702 startede et kortforlag. Han blev hurtigt kendt som den betydeligste tyske kartograf og hans kort fik meget stor udbredelse. Ialt skal han have tegnet omkring 200 forskellige kort. Firmaet eksisterede til 1848

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        Eusebii Pamphili Ecclesiastica Historia Graece et Latine

      Typis Academicis Cantabrigiae (Cambridge): Typis Academicis, 1720. Hardcover. Very good plus. Folio. (60),798,(24)pp. Folding plate of the Old Temple present in fine condition. The Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius in parallel Greek and Latin columns, followed by the Life of Constantine. Full title is: (In Greek) Eusebiou tou Pamphilou Ekklesiastike Historia, (in Latin) Eusebii Pamphili Ecclesiasticae Historiae Libri Decem. Ejusdem de Vita Imp. Constantini, Libri IV. ... This is the first in a series of three works; the second treats of Socrates Scholasticus and the third of Hermias Sozomen. Each work has a separate title, but this volume has a general title followed by the specific title. The entire issue was edited by William Reading. Bound to style in quarter leather. Spine in six compartments with raised bands, black leather lettering piece, gilt, marbled paper boards, vellum corners. The half tittle and general title have oval stamps form a former owner; sometime closely trimmed by a binder but still with large, ample margins; a very good to near fine copy. In Latin and Greek. ESTC T146435.

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        Af gamla nordiska språket å nyo på swensko uthtolkad af Johan Fredrich Peringskiöld.

      Stockholm, Joh. Laur. Horrn, 1720. 4:o. (12),+ 79 s. Små stänk på titelbladet och med liten bläckplump i yttre marginal. Modernt skinnryggsband med pappärmar. Ur bibliotek på Stora Eks herrgård, med dess fideikommissbiblioteksstämpel. Warmholtz 2551. Fiske s. 245. Carlander III, 564ff. Isländsk och svensk parallelltext. Första utgåvan av "Hjálmtérs saga ok Ölvis". Johan Fredrik Peringskiöld (1689-1725) var son till Johan P. och dennes efterträdare som riksantikvarie. En av de få sagosamlingar han hann ge ut före sin för tidiga bortgång 1725. Warmholtz anger att översättningen skall ha varit gjord redan 1699 av Gustaf Bonde, och att Wilde anser den fabelaktig (!)

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        Relatio epistolica de itinere suo Suecico anno MDCCVII factô.

      Ad excellentissimum atque celeberrimum virum, dn Johannem Woodward [...]. London, T. Childe, 1720. 8:o. VIII,111 s. & 8 utvikbara grav. plr. Samtida ngt nött hfrbd med upphöjda bind och sparsamt blinddekorerad rygg. Stänkta snitt. Maskhål i övre marginalen på titelbladet.. Bring Itineraria svecana 116. Andra upplagan utkom 1727. Innehåller i huvudsak uppgifter om Sveriges mineralogi och bergsbruk. Författaren besökte bl.a. Skåne, Småland, Trollhättan och Bergslagen

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        Gravures Réprésentant les differentes Machines servant à la Fabrication des monnoyes au Balancier, construites à Venise pour le service de la Serenissime République. Presentèes à S.A.R. Monseigneur l'Infant Dom Philippe Duc de Parme &c par l'Auteur Directeur Général des Monnoyes de Parme...

      Cm. 29,5 x 21,5; 22 carte non numerate di cui l'ultima bianca con 10 tavole incise in rame; frontispizio con le armi di Don Filippo, 1 testatina, marca tipografica, fregi xilografici, testo entro doppio filetto; tagli dorati. Copertina posticcia in cartoncino muto, fioriture diffuse principalmente ai margini dei fogli ma, soprattutto nella prima metà del volume, anche all'interno. Le 10 tavole raffigurano 1) La pianta della zecca della Repubblica di Venezia. 2) Fornello con cappa e suo spaccato per fondere dentro ad un crogiuolo di ferro. 3) Edificio per dar moto alle tranfile. 4) Focolare e gradella per ricuocere le lamine. 5) Machine per tagliare e ridurre a giusto peso le piastre. 6) Fornello e suo spaccato per cuocere a fuoco di riverbero le piastre. 7) Machina per contornar le monete. 8) Torchio di bronzo del peso di libre grosse 4618. 9) Piattaforma del torchio con sue parti laterali e moneta nuovamente coniata. 10) Torchio di bronzo del peso di libre 7272. Iscrizioni laterali e medaglia posteriore al leone. "...questo testo di Michel Dubois...è senz'altro uno dei principali e dei più preziosi, forse uno dei più emblematici della cultura del primo governo borbonico a Parma. Raffinate ed eccezionali le tavole di corredo, realizzate dall'incisore veneziano Giuseppe Zucchi...Queste tavole per chiarezza, nitidezza di segno anticipano indubbiamente quelle più famose e quasi contemporanee dell' Encyclopedie di Diderot e D'Alembert e ne stanno alla pari sotto il profilo qualitativo. (Il Dubois) si dimostra figlio del proprio secolo...che vede il trionfo dell'immaginazione e dell'immagine divulgativa,..internazionale e cosmopolita...età inventiva. Ad ogni tavola corrisponde così una descrizione, una vera e propria didascalia in francese, veloce e sintetica, ma essenziale, scritta dal Dubois". Con questo volume egli vuole farsi conoscere come abilissimo tecnico e zecchiere contribuendo alla realizzazione del progetto tanto discusso della creazione di una zecca moderna a Parma, risolvendo i problemi tecnici che ciò comportava ed eliminando così eventuali concorrenti. Volume "essenziale non solo a coloro che si interessano di numismatica o di storia monetaria, ma a tutti coloro che sono curiosi e attenti alla cultura settecentesca, cultura di rinnovamento, empirica, ma anche sensibile a rivestire il mondo di bellezza" ( da MARZIO DALL'ACQUA: Michel Dubois graveur et directeur de la Monnaie à Parme (1720 - 1776), Parma, FARAP, 1981).Assai raro.

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        Index Alter Plantarum

      quae in Horto Academico Lugduno-Batavo. Aluntur conscriptus. Pars prima. Pars secunda. Lugduni Batavorum. Petrum Vander Aa 1720. 4:o. Titles printed in red and black. Engraved vinjettes on titles. With engraved folding plan of the Leiden garden. 39 engraved plates. Lacking the blank *4. (34),(6),320;(2),270,(14 pp. Index Alphabeticus). Inscription on first free endpaper. 1 cm upper margin of first free endpaper is cut. Contemporary vellum. 24,5 x 18 cm.. With very few small spots. A very nice clean copy

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        La vie de Pedrille del Campo. Roman comique dans le gout Espagnol. Par Monsieur T*** G.D.T. avec les cantates & autres poesies du meme auteur. Le tout enrichi de figures en taille-douce

      Amsterdam: Michel Charles le Cene, 1720 First published in 1718, this edition features lovely copper-engraved plates. Both this and the first edition are rare. OCLC lists copies of the present edition at the University of Chicago and Texas A&M, in the English-speaking world. Of the first, it lists copies at the University of Maryland, Princeton, the University of Otago, and Oxford. Contemporary calf, gilt spine with brown calf label, blind-tooled ornament in center of front cover. . Twelvemo. Six copper-engraved plates. Title printed in red and black, with a woodcut decoration. Free endpapers lacking. Lower corner of frontispiece torn away, with no loss of image. Still, a very good copy This is a picaresque novel, in the style of Le Sage's Gil Blas. Thibault was governor of Talmont, and this is his only known work. Set in Spain, it deals with the love story of a rogue, facing the galleys. It was enormously popular, being translated into English, German, Iberian, and Castillian. It was also published under the title, Histoire comique et galante de PŽdrille del Campo.

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        The Poetical Works of Mr John Milton [2 vols]

      London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, at Shakespear's Head in the Strand. 1720. Hardcover. Contemporary calf rebacked preserving much of original gilt spine, gilt arms of the Earl of Drogheda in centre of boards, corners bumped/rubbed, small loss to surface of leather on lower board of vol.2, Drogheda bookplate to front pastedowns, ffep and flyleaf of vol.1 stuck together and slight damage to paper where an attempt to separate them has been made, both vols with engraved portrait frontispiece by George Vertue, engraved vignette on titles, 31 large engraved head- and tail-pieces (mostly by van der Gucht after L. Cheron) and engraved initial letters to many works, list of subscribers in vol.1, closed tear to leaf Y3 of vol.1 not touching text and small worm hole to lower margin of vol.2 extending to signature M but not touching text. 4to *2 A4 a4 B-Iiii2 pp.[20] 590 [14] & *4 B-Xxx4 pp.[8] 527 [1]. Volume 1 is filled with Paradise Lost and includes: ’Notes Upon The Twelve Books of Paradise Lost by Mr. Addison’ with a separate titlepage. There is a half title page to each book of Paradise Lost. Volume 2 contains Paradise Regained, for which there isn't a half title but thereafter each work (Samson Agonistes, Poems on Several Occasions, etc) has a half title page., 4to 11" - 13" tall .

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        The Poetical Works of Mr John Milton

      London: Jacob Tonson, 1720. Reprint. Hardcover. Very Good +. Two volume complete set. Full 19th century (Bickers style) bevelled leather bindings. Large 4to. xvii(incl. subscribers list)/ 590 pages + index, vi/ 527 pages. Copper plate engraved frontis pieces and text engravings. A few page edges conserved. Very small/foxed pin hole to last few pages.Cover rubbed and worn in places. Red page edges. Red marbled end page. Scarce illustrated set.

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        (Perläugiger Schmetterling, Fliegen und Raupen auf Vanilleschote). Kolor. Kupferstich von M.S. Merian, um 1720. 33 x 24 cm.

      Tafel 58.- Auf geöffneter Vanilleschote sitzen Schmetterling, Raupe und Fliege.

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        La Californie ou Nouvelle Caroline teatro de los Trabajos Apostolicos de la Compa. Jesus en la America Septe

      Paris: De Fer dans l'Isle du Palais à la Sphere Royale, 1720. Copper- engraved map, with original outline colour, in excellent condition. 19 3/4 x 28 3/8 inches. One of the largest and most important depictions of California as an Island. This is one of the finest early maps of California and the Southwest. Wheat called it an "important and carefully drawn map"; and Tooley described it as a "fine rare map ... a reissue of de Fer's map of 1705 but on a larger scale and with some notable additions." The map was based on information gathered by Father Eusibio Kino before 1695. Kino, Jesuit missionary and traveler, visited Baja California in 1685. He was among the Seris and Pimas in 1690, after which he transferred to northern Sonora, where he remained until his death in 1711. His missionary work in Sonora included expeditions north and west to Arizona. In 1696, he sent to Rome a compilation of his cartographical work. It was this manuscript, or another similar map now lost, on which Nicholas de Fer based his printed map. De Fer's map is probably the best synthesis of knowledge for the region on the eve of Kino's subsequent 1701 discovery that California was attached to the continental landmass. De Fer still shows California as an island, probably the last great map to do so, and the Gila flows directly into the sea rather than correctly into the Colorado River. The Gila is thick with placenames, and New Mexico is well portrayed. Below the title is a lengthy engraved text that gives the early history of California up to 1695. Over three hundred and fifty towns and villages are located on the map. It is an invaluable record of the late seventeenth century missions and Indian villages in the region. Lowery, The Lowery Collection, 205; McLaughlin, California as an Island, 196; Tooley, 'California as an Island,' 83, in The Mapping of America; Wheat, Mapping of the Transmississippi West, 102.

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        Acta canonizationis sanctorum Pii V. Pont. Max., Andreae Avellini, Felicis à Cantalicio, & Catharinae de Bononia, habitae a Clemente XI. Pontifice Maximo. Quibus acc. diss. ejusdem super Mysteriis oblationum in missa canonizationis; nec non Acta omnia beatificationis servi Dei Jo. Francisci Regis

      Rom, Typogr. Vaticana 1720. 35 cm. (6), 360 Seiten mit ausfaltbarem gestochenem Frontispiz (ca. 34 x 67 cm), Kupfertitel, 1 gestochenen Titelvignette (Porträt), 2 Textvignetten, 2 Initialen und 4 Textkupfern. Gesprenkelter Kalblederband der Zeit - Seltenes Festbuch zur 1712 erfolgten Heiligsprechung des Papstes Pius V., Andreas Avellino (1521 - 1608), Felix von Cantalice (1515-87) und der Katharina Vigri von Bologna (1413-63). Das große Frontispiz zeigt die Zeremonie der Heiligsprechung durch Papst Clemens XI. im Kreise kirchlicher Würdenträger, mit seitlicher Legende. Der Anhang mit "Dissertatio de oblationum in missa, canonizationis sanctorum mysteriis" und "Acta beatificationes servi Dei Jo. Francisci Regis". Einband fleckig, berieben, durchgängig einzelne Wurmlöcher, etwas gewellt und am Schnitt Feuchtigkeitsränder, Frontispiz im Falz restauriert. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        Compactatorum Ducatus Würtemb[erg]. Compendium. Daß ist Summarischer Begriff Aller Verträge, Abschied, Confirmationum undt Privilegiorum deß Hertzogsthumbs Württemberg. von Anno 1482 biß Annum 1686 inclusive. Handschrift

      Ohne Ortsangabe, 1720. 22 cm. (15), 304 Blatt (davon 64 weiß). Pergamentband der Zeit - Das Vorwort datiert Stuttgart, 27. März 1683. Interessante Dokumentensammlung zur Verfassungsgeschichte Württembergs in chronologischer Folge. Inhalt: Titelblatt; Vorrede 5 Blatt; 2 weiße Blatt; Inhaltsverzeichnis 4 Blatt; 3 weiße Blatt; Blatt 1-133: Vertrag zu Münsingen 1482; Erektion des Herzogtums Württemberg 1495; Tübinger Vertrag 1514; Landtags-Abschiede 1520 - 1686.; Blatt 134-176 weiß; Blatt 177-273: Alphabetisches Register; Blatt 274-278 weiß; Blatt 279-288: Verzeichnis aller Rubriken des Registers; Blatt 289 entfernt, Blatt 290-294 weiß; Blatt 295-298: Verzeichnis der Personen, so vor dem 8. Januar 1554 ... bis dato ... verordnet worden; Blatt 299-304 weiß. Johann Heinrich Sturm (1651 - 1709) war herzoglicher Oberrat und landschaftskonsulent. Er war einer der 7 sogenannten Kontributionsgeiseln, die 1693 bis 1696 in Straßburg und Metz gefangen gehalten wurden zur Absicherung französischer Forderungen in Höhe von 600.000 Gulden, um die Zerstörung von Stuttgart abzuwenden. Vorsatz mit zeitgenössischen handschriftl. Ergänzungen. Stellenweise stockfl., Buchblock etwas verzogen. -

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        Nouvelle relation, contenant les voyages dans la Nouvelle Espagne

      Informing the British Crown 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. + 360 + 1 [blank]. 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.

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        Eusebii Pamphili Ecclesiastica Historia Graece et Latine

      Cantabrigiae (Cambridge): Typis Academicis, 1720. Hardcover. Very good plus. Folio. (60),798,(24)pp. Folding plate of the Old Temple present in fine condition. The Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius in parallel Greek and Latin columns, followed by the Life of Constantine. Full title is: (In Greek) Eusebiou tou Pamphilou Ekklesiastike Historia, (in Latin) Eusebii Pamphili Ecclesiasticae Historiae Libri Decem. Ejusdem de Vita Imp. Constantini, Libri IV. ... This is the first in a series of three works; the second treats of Socrates Scholasticus and the third of Hermias Sozomen. Each work has a separate title, but this volume has a general title followed by the specific title. The entire issue was edited by William Reading. Bound to style in quarter leather. Spine in six compartments with raised bands, black leather lettering piece, gilt, marbled paper boards, vellum corners. The half tittle and general title have oval stamps form a former owner; sometime closely trimmed by a binder but still with large, ample margins; a very good to near fine copy. In Latin and Greek. ESTC T146435.

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        Britannia Depicta or Ogilby Improv'd. being a Correct Coppy of Mr. Ogilby's Actual Survey of all Direct & Principal Cross Roads in England and Wales: Wherein are exactly Delineated & Engraven All ye Cities, Towns, Villages, Churches, Seat &c. scituate on or near Roads with their respective Distances in Measured and Computed Miles

      Thomas Bowles, London, 1720. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Illustrator: Eman. Bowen. Full later (19th century) tooled leather, minor wear and bumping at corners - 8" x 5 3/4". (6), 273pp, new endpapers. Entirely engraved, occasional minor damp staining and light foxing, but generally a clean, bright copy. Trimmed a little close on a few pages with loss of a bit of text, but not touching the maps. Size: Quarto (4to). Text is clean and unmarked. Previous owner's signature in ink. Illustrator: Eman. Bowen. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Travel & Places; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 041012. .

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