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        \"Passagieren\". Vor einer stattlichen Reitbahn mit mehreren Personen und zwei Hunden wird die Lektion geübt.

       Kupferstich von Johann Daniel Herz nach Johann Elias Ridinger bei Jeremias Wolff, 1722, 21 x 33,5 cm. Thienemann 618. - Nr. 13 aus Ridingers ältester Reitschule: \"Neue Reit-Kunst\", Augsburg 1722. - Knapp beschnitten und alt auf Büttenpapier montiert. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Dekorative Graphik, Reiten

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        \"Balotaden\". Mehrere Reiter bei ihren Lektionen, rechts drei Zuschauer mit Hund.

       Kupferstich von Johann Baltasar Probst nach Johann Elias Ridinger bei Jeremias Wolff, 1722, 21 x 33,5 cm. Thienemann 626. - Nr. 21 aus Ridingers ältester Reitschule: \"Neue Reit-Kunst\", Augsburg 1722. - Knapp beschnitten und alt auf Büttenpapier montiert. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Dekorative Graphik, Reiten

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        \"Ausschlagen\". Das ausschlagende Pferd ist an zwei Säulen angebunden und wird gepeitscht. Rechts und links Zuschauer, Reiter und ein Hund.

       Kupferstich von Johann Daniel Herz nach Johann Elias Ridinger bei Jeremias Wolff, 1722, 21 x 33,5 cm. Thienemann 622. - Nr. 17 aus Ridingers ältester Reitschule: \"Neue Reit-Kunst\", Augsburg 1722. - Knapp beschnitten und alt auf Büttenpapier montiert. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Dekorative Graphik, Reiten

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        Traité de la richesse des princes et de leurs états: et des moyens simples et naturels pour y parvenir.

      Paris: Theodore Le Gras (vol. II Florentin Delaulne),, 1722-23. Three volumes, duodecimo. Contemporary speckled calf, spines richly decorated gilt in compartments, red morocco labels, marbled endpapers and edges. Engraved vignettes to each title and first leaf of text. Head of spine to vol. I chipped, small wormhole to lower margin of volume III touching one letter of title imprint; scattered light spotting; a very good set. First and only edition of Carl's path-breaking work on economics. A major influence on Adam Smith, quoted in the Wealth of Nations, the present work anticipates the socio-economic concepts of François Quesnay and the physiocrats, and gives examples repeated in the great Encyclopédie of Diderot and d'Alembert some thirty years later. This remarkably scarce work has only received proper appraisal in recent times, particularly in the pioneering study of the Austrian economist, Anton Tautscher, Ernst Ludwig Carl (1682 - 1743), der Begründer der Volkswirtschaftslehre, 1939. A student of theology, then law, Carl was appointed first secretary to the houses of Brandenburg-Bayreuth and Brandenburg-Ansbach in 1708. In 1720 he travelled to Paris, where he pursued social and economic studies, examining, among other authors, the work of Pierre de Boisguilbert. He became personally acquainted with René-Louis Voyer de Paulmy, Marquis d'Argenson, councillor of state, intendant of justice, police and finance, a reformist and a friend of Voltaire's, and with the enlightened Charles-Irénée Castel, abbé de Saint-Pierre, one of the first to mention the possibility of a European union made by independent and autonomous states, author of the Projet pour rendre la paix perpétuelle en Europe, his famous proposal of an international peace-keeping organisation, and a man whose criticisms of law, politics, and social institutions had a great influence on Rousseau and Kant. It was in this environment that Carl wrote the present work, published anonymously in 1722-1723 under the name of "Mr. C. C. d. P. d. B. Allemand" (Carl, Conseiller du Prince de Brandenburg), a work in which he was "the first to introduce the pin factory as an example to illustrate the division of labour, which more than 50 years later was to be made famous by Adam Smith" (Erik S. Reinert, in "Jacob Bielfeld's 'On the Decline of States' (1760) and its Relevance for Today", footnote 24). "The basic idea of this very remarkable work which, as the preface says, aims at describing all realities of national economy and all perceptions of national welfare in their essential and systematic connection to a uniform method, may be summed up as follows: 'The natural order of economic life unites men in a common production founded upon the division of labour and secures the maximum of well-being to all. The social economy constituted by the natural economic order is the collaboration of the individual economies connected with one another and bound together by mutual dependence. The goods produced are directed by interchange to the place of their use and consumption. In this interchange the price brings their income to all producers'" (Tautscher 1940, p. 99). "With the discovery of Carl's Traité ... the Smith problem can be submitted to a new investigation. Despite the differences between the systems pertaining to the problems of production and circulation set up by Carl and Smith, the comparison, for the most part literal, of passages from Carl's Traité and Smith's lectures such as the Wealth of Nations shows that Smith was considerably influenced by Carl. The dependence of Smith as regards contents is externally apparent from the similar use of examples, such as that of the smith, the production of pins and the viticulture in Spain and Portugal; internally Smith's dependence can be proved from the starting-point of the definition of goods and wealth by way of the necessity and the advantages and disadvantages of the division of labour to the definition of the function of money and the theory of foreign trade ... it is evident then from the above that Smith was undoubtedly influenced by Carl's Traité" (Anton Tautscher, JSTOR, abstract, online).

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        Historia general de Peru. (Und:) Commentarios Reales, que tratan, de el origen de los Incas. 2 Bde. (Zusammen mit:) La Florida. (Zusammen mit): Cardenas z Cano (pseudonym für Gonzales de Barcia y Zuñiga): Ensayo cronologico para la historia general de la Florida. Zusammen 4 Bände.

      Madrid, Oficina Real für Nicolas Rodriguez Franco, 1722ff. - 16 Bl., 351 S., 17 Bl., 12 Bl., 505 S., 31 Bl., 16 Bl., 268 S., 6 Bl., 20 Bl., 366 S., 1, 27 Bl. Druck der Titeleien in Rot und Schwarz; mit einigen Holzschnitt-Vignetten und -Initialen; zweispaltiger Druck (Register dreispaltig); 1 Faltafel in Band IV. 4°. Marmor. Kalbslederbände d. Z. mit 2 Rückenschildern und etwas -vergoldung, Sprengschnitt. Sabin 98745 (Florida), 98755 (Peru), 98757 (Peru), 3349 (Barcias "Florida": "Though called a chronological history of Florida, it comprises nearly the whole continent of America north of Mexico."); Leclerc: Bibl. Am. 615, 882 ("La meilleur édition publiée par les soins du savant Barcia."); vgl. Brunet (unter Garcilasso) II, 1483. Vegas "Peru" erschien zuerst 1617, die Teile 3 und 4 (über Florida) erstmals 1605; diese enthalten u. a. Augenzeugenberichte über die Expedition des Hernando de Soto. El Inca (eigentlich Gómez Suárez de Figueroa aus Cuzco; 1539-1616), Sohn der Prinzessin Isabel Suárez Chimpu Ocello (Nichte des Inka-Herrschers Huayna Cápac) und des Conquistadors Sebastián Garcilaso de la Vega, war der erste autochthon amerikanische Autor; vorliegendes Werk ist aus indianischer Perspektive die beste zeitgenössische Quelle zur Geschichte Perus und der Inkas bis zum Ende des Bürger-(Bruder-)Krieges zwischen Huascar und seinem Halbbruder Atahualpa; ähnlich kritisch gegen den Eurozentrismus standen später selbst auch Europäer wie A. v. Humboldt und Will. Prescott oder, näher in der Gegenwart, C. Lévy-Strauss und H. Fichte. Im 19. Jhdt wurde seine Darstellung der Verhältnisse angezweifelt, wie es im kolonialistischen Interesse lag, in neuerer Zeit aber bestätigt. Etwas berieben und bestoßen; an unteren Kapitalen mit Wurmlöchern; an den Fußkanten der Bde I-III Feuchtigkeitsränder, teils auch im Papier; zu Beginn in Bd III im oberen Bug mit Feuchtigkeitsfleck; fliegender Vordervorsatz von Bd IV lose; Vorsätze an den Rändern leimschattig; teils stock- bzw. braunfleckig. Trotz der Mängel ein beeindruckendes und repräsentatives Exemplar. SP

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        The Constitutions of the Free-Masons. Containing the History, Charges, Regulations, &c. of that most Ancient and Right Worshipful Fraternity. For the Use of the Lodges.

      Mit gest. Frontispiz und gest. Kopfvignette. 3 Bll., 91 S. Lederband d. Zt., Vorderdeckel geprägt mit "Constitutions". 25 x 20 cm. Vibert, The Rare Books of Freemasonry, p. 13. - Erste Ausgabe des zweiten Buchs zur englischen Freimaurerei, das erste waren die 1722 hrg. "Old Constitutions" von Roberts. - Decken mit schwachen Schnittspuren. Tls. fleckig

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        A System of Heraldry, Speculative and Practical: With the True Art of Blazon, According to the Most Approved Heralds in Europs; Illustrated with Suitable Examples of Armorial Figures...

      Edinburgh, Scotland: J. MackEuen, 1722. First edition, 1922. Two parts bound in one, with 35 plates of copper engravings. Rebound beautifully, probably in the early to mid 20th century, with an appropriate binding in light brown leather with cover panel and fleuron design, red spine label, raised spine bands with gilt decorated compartments, 13.5" tall, (6), iv, 451, xxx plus 35 plates. Only light external wear, endpapers and preliminary blank renewed when rebound, binding firm, pages appropriated age-toned, minor chipping to far outer margin of title page, which has, written very small in 18th century writing on the title page, the name of Thomas Braniford [we may be reading this completely wrong] Owner of this Book. Two plates have professional repairs to the reverse blank sides, several others have short closed tears, mainly confined to margins, one has a 5" closed tear - none of these have paper loss except for a quarter inch wide, inch and half long chip to the lower left corner of "Ryde Through - Hamilton L. Belhaven". . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Folio - 12" - 15" Tall.

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        SCHLEISSHEIM., "Prospect deß Churfürstl. Residenz Schloß von Seiten deß Gartens u. aufgang anzusehen". Die schöne Gesamtansicht von der Gartenseite.

      Kupferstich von Corvinus nach Disel bei Wolff, Augsburg, um 1722, 22 x 34,5 cm. Maillinger I, 601 Lentner 2201. - Breitrandig und gut erhalten. BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        SCHLEISSHEIM. "Prospect deß Churfürstl. Residenz Schloß von Seiten deß Gartens u. aufgang anzusehen". Die schöne Gesamtansicht von der Gartenseite.

      - Kupferstich von Corvinus nach Disel bei Wolff, Augsburg, um 1722, 22 x 34,5 cm. Maillinger I, 601; Lentner 2201. - Breitrandig und gut erhalten.

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        SALZBURG. - Frohnburg. Folge von drei Ansichten des Lustschlosses Grafenau.

      - 3 Kupferstiche von Corvinus nach Disel, um 1722, je ca. 21,5 x 29,5 cm. Nebehay-Wagner 146,Serie 1, 10 - 12. - Die Hauptansicht zeigt das Schloß von vorne mit zwei sechsspännigen Kutschen, die 2.Ansicht das Schloß von der Gartenseite; das dritte Blatt ist der Gartengrundriß.

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        The Free-Thinker Vol I: From Lady-day to Michaelmas, 1718, Sapere Aude, Vol II: From Michaelmas 1718, to Lady-Day 1719, Sapere Aude, Vol III: from Lady-day to Michaelmas, 1719, Sapere Aude. [Three Volumes]

      London: 1722-23. 407 [plus Wrong-Printed], 364, + 305 [plus Corrections page] pp. nice contemporary bookplates, volume label chipped on third volume, and title label lacking on second volume else a very good set in contemporary calf.

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        CL CLAUDIANUS EX OPTIMORUM CODICUM FIDE. Thomas Jefferson Hogg's copy, signed by him on the front endpaper.

      Bassani: Jo: Antonii Remondini, 1722. This book was once owned by Thomas Jefferson Hogg, with his signature on the inside front cover: T. Jeff'n Hogg. 264 pages of text. Hardcover: cloth spine is badly rubbed, worn and frayed, and paper-covered boards are moderately rubbed and soiled. Worming affects the text, omitting a letter or two on most pages, not rendering the text unreadable. Another previous owner's name on the front endpaper: Cuthbert Archley. A few pages with minor staining, and many with moderate browning. Thomas Jefferson Hogg (1792-1862) wrote a biography of Shelley in 1858, etc.. Signed. Early edition. Hardcover. Good+ condition. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

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        Nouveau traité des maladies des yeux, les remèdes qui y conviennent, & les opérations de chirurgie que leurs guérisons exigent

      1722 - [30]-373-[33], 1 ff. bl. Paris, Pierre-Augustin Le Mercier, 1722, in-12, [30]-373-[33], 1 ff. bl, maroquin grenat, dos à nerfs et fleuronné, roulette sur les coupes et les chasses, tranches dorées sur mabrure, Première édition de cet ouvrage qui connut plusieurs publications. Exemplaire bien revêtu de la signature de l'auteur en bas de l'Épître dédicatoire : "Comme cet ouvrage pourroit être contrefait, & qu'en l'imprimant on pourroit changer les doses des remèdes prescrites (.) ; je suis obligé d'avertir que les exemplaires qui ne seront pas signés de ma main, n'auront point été imprimés par mon ordre." (Avis, â10 r.). Saint-Yves (1667-1733), chirurgien-oculiste de Saint-Côme, tend ici à se démarquer de son prédécesseur Antoine Maître-Jan, en donnant à son ouvrage le titre de "Nouveau traité". Il est le premier qui ait parlé des prolongements de la cataracte. Il aborde aussi deux maladies rares de la rétine: son détachement de quelques points de la choroïde et son atrophie. Deux coins usés, mais néanmoins bel exemplaire en maroquin de l'époque. Blake p. 398. Waller n° 8406-07. Wellcome V, p. 9. Norman n° 1880. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Map and Indenture Partitioning the Lands of Philip French in the County of Somersett in East Jersey

      Somersett, New Jersey, 1722. [2] pp. pen and ink on two parchment membranes (each 23 x 59 in.), in fine hand with large flourished initial at beginning enclosing royal coat-of-arms, with hand-colored and illustrated map on smaller membrane (15 x 13 in.), all joined at bottom edge, with four wax seals, docketing on verso ("Secretar office Perth Amboy 1723. Recorded in Libres D No. 2 fol.7 lo. 13"). Large folio (23 x 29 inches). Some natural imperfections to vellum, folded. [2] pp. pen and ink on two parchment membranes (each 23 x 59 in.), in fine hand with large flourished initial at beginning enclosing royal coat-of-arms, with hand-colored and illustrated map on smaller membrane (15 x 13 in.), all joined at bottom edge, with four wax seals, docketing on verso ("Secretar office Perth Amboy 1723. Recorded in Libres D No. 2 fol.7 lo. 13"). Large folio (23 x 29 inches). A Rare Colonial Map and Land Record. A very early New Jersey land record, ornately handwritten in large script with an accompanying hand drawn and hand-colored, illustrated map. This handsome document would be an important addition to any private or institutional collection of Colonial New Jersey history. Between 1683 and 1688, Thomas Codrington, a "merchant of New York City," who would later serve as Sheriff, purchased three tracts of undeveloped land totaling 2,754 acres in East Jersey, in what is now Bridgewater Township, in Somerset County. On May 1706, all three tracts were sold to Phillip French (1667-1707) a colonial merchant who served as the 27th Mayor of New York City from 1702-1703. In his will, French left his real estate "at Raritan River" to his three daughters. Two of his children - Elizabeth, who married Philip Van Horne, and Anne, who married Joseph Reade - survived to adulthood and marriage to receive their inheritance. The land was petitioned by this deed, which reads in part: "For the quantity of two thousand seven hundred and fifty four acres within the limits ... Buildings, Barns, Stables, warehouses ... orchards, gardens, pastures, feedings, and all and Singular other the premises [within] the appurtenances therein mentioned to be Bargained and Sold" Signed by: Cornelius Van Horne, Elizabeth Van Horne, Joseph Reade, Anne Read, and on the verso by Phillip French (III), Sussana French, and Thomas Farmer.

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        L'Isle et Royaume de Sicile

      Parigi 1722 - "Grande carta geografica dell'isola tratta dal "Atlas ou recueil de cartes Geographiques " edito dal Academie Royale des Sciences dal De Fer tra il 1709 ed il 1728. La carta della Sicilia, che reca la data del 1722, fu pubblicata e venduta dal genero I. F. Bernard; essa presenta molte analogie con quella del 1714 del Cavassi. Il cambiamento politico avvenuto con la cessione dell'isoal agli austriaci nel 1720, trova un riscontro nel cartiglio poiché lo stemma sabaudo è sostituito da quello austriaco. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva dei contorni, carta leggermente ossidata, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione." L. Dufour - A. La Gumina, "Imago Siciliae", p. 193; Sicilia 1477-1861 - La collezione Spagnolo- Patermo, n. 198 Dimensioni 620 475mm

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        Außerlesene Denckwürdigkeiten von der sowohl uralten als kunstreichen St. Stephans Dom-Kirchen und Thürmen zu Wienn in Oesterreich [...]. [Wien], Andreas Heyinger, 1722.

      1722. 296 SS. Mit zwei mehrfach gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Lederband der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und hübscher -vergoldung. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. Marmorvorsätze. 8vo. Erste deutsche Ausgabe, gegenüber der im Jahr zuvor bei Heyinger in lateinischer Sprache erschienenen Ausgabe des Jesuiten Ignaz Choler stark erweitert und wesentlich seltener als diese. - Frühe Monographie über den Stephansdom; informiert beginnend mit 1140 in bemerkenswerter Ausführlichkeit über die Baugeschichte und bringt neben einer umfangreichen Quellensammlung auch die detaillierte Aufnahme des gegenwärtigen Bauzustands der Kirche. Das Kupfer mit der schönen, berühmten Ansicht des Stephansdoms gezeichnet von dem erst seit 1720 in Wien ansässigen Karl Aigen (1684-1762, vgl. Thieme/B. I, 147). Das zweite Kupfer mit einem genauen Grundriß des Doms nebst beigedruckter Legende (größerer hinterlegter Einriß). Einband an Ecken und Kanten bestoßen; oberes Kapital eingerissen. Am Titel zeitgenöss. hs. Eintrag zum Verfasser; am Vorsatz hs. Besitzvermerk "Jacob Spiegl". Gugitz III, 14198. De Backer/Sommervogel II, 1154, 3 und vgl. VIII, 26, 1 (lateinische EA 1721). Slg. Eckl IV, 352 ("selten"). Nicht in Slg. Mayer.

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        Tabula Geographica Mexicæ et Floridæ &c. Carte du Mexique et de la Floride des Teres Angloises et des Antilles. du Cours et des Environs de la Riviere de Mississsipi.

      Americas: Amsterdam. Covens et Mortier Dated 1722 in cartouche. Copper engraved map of Canada from Covens & Mortier's " Nieuwe Atlas, Inhoudennde vier Gedeeltens der Waereld.. " Original full wash colour; verso blank. Black and white strap work title cartouche and mile scale [as issued]. The map after Guillaume De l'Isle actually engraved by his father, Claude, also a cartographer.was first published in 1703 and is the first printed map to accurately depict the course, mouth and delta of the Mississippi River. The Missouri River is also shown. Includes many sea routes across the Gulf of Mexico and between the islands. De L'Isle drew the map from the reports brought back to France from the survivor's of the La Salle expedition into the interior of North America. In 1682, René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle was the first European to travel from the Great Lakes down the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico. Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville would travel up the Mississippi to Biloxi in 1699 & 1700, On his third voyage in February 1701, he built a fort at Mobile. He left Louisiana for the last time in April 1702. His brother Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville founded New Orleans in 1718. De L'Isle's map also includes greater accuracy in the Great Lakes region and in its depiction of English settlements along the East Coast. One of the most important and influential maps of the region during the early 18th Century. Dark impression; bright full wash colour; printed on heavy paper; light soiling.old red crayon numbers to verso. Covens & Mortier as a firm existed between 1721-1778, taking over the business of Pierrre Mortier. Johannes / Jean Covens and Cornelius Mortier were brothers- in- law following the former's marriage to Mortier's sister Agatha in 1721, when they also formally went in to partnership. Under the Covens and Mortier imprint, Cornelius and Jean republished the works of the great 17th and early 18th century Dutch and French cartographers De L'Isle, Allard, Jansson, & De Wit. The firm would become one of the most prolific Dutch publishing concerns of the 18th century. The company would pass down through the Covens family as Mortier had no children, changing the name to Covens & Zoon until Pieter Mortier IV a great grandson of the original founder joined the firm and saw the name restored to Mortier Covens & Zoon. ( See Koeman I p45). Guillaume de l'Isle (1675-1726) was the son of a cartographer and pupil of Jean Dominique Cassini, who, among other important contributions, aligned the study of astronomy to the study of geography. Under Cassini's direction, observations were made from locations all over the world that enabled longitudinal calculations to be made with much greater accuracy. De l'Isle carried on this exacting work with remarkable dedication and integrity, constantly revising and improving his maps. While precision was his primary goal, his maps are invariably elegant and attractive. The French cartographer Guillaume de l'Isle (1675−1726) was admitted into the French Académie Royale des Sciences when he was 27 years old and subsequently became the first person to receive the title Premier Géographe du Roi (principal geographer to the king). At the time de l'Isle was engaged in cartographic research, the prestige of a cartographer and the authority of his maps were gauged by the veracity of the cartographer's sources, i.e., the explorers and travelers who reported details of their travels to geographers and cartographers in Europe. Many of de l'Isle's maps were reissued by the publishing house of Cornelis Mortier and Johannes Coven in Amsterdam in their Atlas Nouveau, which was published in multiple editions, the earliest of which dates to 1730. Koeman I: C&M 8:114. Americas Florida Mexico Antilles

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        Statuta magnificae civitatis Brixiae cum reformatione novissima anni MDCXXI. Sic mandantibus Illustriss.is D. D. Deputatis a cive erga patriam studiosissimo & Juris utriusque Doctore Excellentissimo D. Leonardo Cataneo. Diligenter revisa, atque a multis erroribus, quibus aliae impressiones scatebant, in hac novissima emendata. Cum indice generali in fine, pariter correcto in pluribus, & aucto.

      Ricciardi, 1722. In-folio (cm. 39 x 27,5), pp. (38) 372 (63) ind. gen. Legatura coeva in mezza pelle marrone con angoli, tit. oro su tassello nero al dorso riccamente decorato con fregi oro, piatti cartonati. Tagli spruzzati rossi. Illustrazione incisa in rame molto ben conservata in antiporta, numerose tavole di statuti ad inizio volume, indice generale a fine opera. Nastro in seta verde. Segni del tempo alla legatura che presenta leggere abrasioni ai piatti, ai margini e alle punte. Segni di consunzione alle cuffie e piccole mancanze al dorso. Tagli impolverati. Internamente inevitabili segni del tempo quali sporadiche gore e macchiette d'umidità. Rarissima edizione citata dai più importanti cataloghi bibliografici. Fotografie delle condizioni generali dell'opera disponibili su richiesta.

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        Statuta magnificae civitatis Brixiae cum reformatione novissima anni MDCXXI.

      Ricciardi, Brescia 1722 - Frontespizio: Sic mandantibus Illustriss.is D. D. Deputatis a cive erga patriam studiosissimo & Juris utriusque Doctore Excellentissimo D. Leonardo Cataneo. Diligenter revisa, atque a multis erroribus, quibus aliae impressiones scatebant, in hac novissima emendata. Cum indice generali in fine, pariter correcto in pluribus, & aucto. In-folio (cm. 39 x 27,5), pp. (38) 372 (63) ind. gen. Legatura coeva in mezza pelle marrone con angoli, tit. oro su tassello nero al dorso riccamente decorato con fregi oro, piatti cartonati. Tagli spruzzati rossi. Illustrazione incisa in rame molto ben conservata in antiporta, numerose tavole di statuti ad inizio volume, indice generale a fine opera. Nastro in seta verde. Segni del tempo alla legatura che presenta leggere abrasioni ai piatti, ai margini e alle punte. Segni di consunzione alle cuffie e piccole mancanze al dorso. Tagli impolverati. Internamente inevitabili segni del tempo quali sporadiche gore e macchiette d'umidità. Rarissima edizione citata dai più importanti cataloghi bibliografici. Fotografie delle condizioni generali dell'opera disponibili su richiesta.

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        ORIGINES JURIS CIVILIS ET DE ROMANO IMPERO" ORIGINUM JURIS CIVILIS. LIBRI TRES AD CLEMENTEM XI. PONT. MAX, EDITIO NOVISSIMA UNICE EMENDATA & AUCTALIB II . QUI EST DE JURE NATURALI GENTIUM ET XII TABULARUM.TOMUS SECUNDUS LIB. III . QUI EST DE LEGIBUS ET SENATUSCONSULTIS AD CLEMENTEM XI. PONT. MAZ

      EX TYPOGRAPHIA FELICIS MOSCA, NEAPOLI 1722 - DUE TOMI IN TRE LIBRI PAG 419 + INDEXTracce di tarlo, bruniture varie, appunti a penna in qualche pagina ai lati del testo. 0

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        Herengracht Amsterdam - Goll van Franckenstein (1722-1785).

      HERENGRACHT AMSTERDAMTekening in pen en gewassen inkt van de hand van Johann Edler Goll van Franckenstein sr. Afm. 24,3 x 31,8 cm.Goll van Franckenstein (1722-1785) was koopman, bankier, geacht kunstverzamelaar en amateurtekenaar die zich in 1751 in Amsterdam vestigde.Afgebeeld zijn de bruggen over de Herengracht, van de huidige Raadhuisstraat tot aan de Leidsegracht, gezien van noord naar zuid. Linkvoor, om de hoek, bevindt zich de Warmoesgracht, een klein grachtje tussen het Singel en de Herengracht dat in 1895 verdwenen is bij de aanleg van de huidige Raadhuisstraat.De tekening is gemaakt van een zeer laag standpunt in de as van de gracht, waardoor de breedte en de weidsheid van de watervlakte worden benadrukt. Waarschijnlijk heeft Goll deze tekening gemaakt vanuit een bootje dat afgemeerd lag voor het huis Herengracht 158, het woonhuis van Goll. De gracht maakt hier een bocht zodat het huis zich min of meer in de as van het afgebeelde stuk van de gracht bevond.Provenance:Vererfd aan Johann Goll van Franckenstein jr. (1756-1821)Vererfd aan zijn dochter Catharina Antonia Bijleveld (1842-1898)Vererfd aan haar zoon Emil Pieter Bijleveld (1842-1898)Vererfd aan zijn zoon Frank David Bijleveld (1879-1960)Tentoonstelling:Museum Beeckestijn -?Is getekend J. Goll van Franckenstein, tekeningen van een 18de-eeuwse heer?, 1997, nr. 14.Prijs: ? 5.850,- (incl. lijst).

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        Sea notorio como yo el capitan de mar y guerra

      San Sebastián, 1722. - In-folio. 170 feuillets environ. Plein vélin de l'époque, dos lisse. Manuscrit Original sur la généalogie du capitaine de marine Rafael de Eliza y Andiazábal (né en 1682) Originaire de la ville de San Sebastián, on sait de Rafael de Eliza y Andiazábal qu'il embrassa d'abord la carrière des armes, carrière qui lui valut d'être fait Chevalier de l'Ordre de Santiago en 1728. En 1721, il épousa la gaditane Juana Lasquetty Restán, issue d'une riche famille de négociants italiens, avec laquelle il eut 5 enfants dont Eusebia Eliza Lasquetty, mère Juan José Ruiz de Apodaca y Eliza, 16e Capitaine Général de la Real Armada et vice-roi de Nouvelle-Espagne. "Capitan de mar y guerra", le capitaine Eliza était à la tête de la confrérie basque de Cadix, dont la prospérité était notamment assurée par le commerce des Indes. Eliza lui même obtint un droit de passage vers les Indes vers 1717. Il exerça également les fonctions de capitaine du port de San Fernando de Cadix, ville où est aujourd'hui encore stationné le plus ancien régiment d'infanterie de marine d'Espagne. Rédigé en 1722, ce manuscrit reproduit un ensemble de textes notariaux, extraits de registres paroissiaux, et autres témoignages officiels accréditant la noblesse et "pureté de sang" du capitaine Eliza, indispensables pour exercer les fonctions auxquelles il prétendait. Belle page de titre calligraphiée à l'encre rouge et noire. Quelques taches et un travail de vers en marge inférieur affectant une vingtaine de feuillets, sans manque au texte.

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        Carte des Antilles Francaises et des Isles Voisines

      Amsterdam, 1722. Covens & Mortier edition. 17.5 X 23.25". Fine, b&w. From Guadeloupe in the north to Grenada in the south, and Barbados in the east. With a simple title piece, and remarks below Barbados, and a compass rose. A lovely, simple chart.

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        A Rationale or Practical Exposition of the Book of Common Prayer by the Right Reverend Father in God, Anthony Sparrow D.D. . . . To which are prefix'd the Lives of the Compilers of the Liturgy; and an Historical Account of its Several Reviews by the Reverend Mr. Samuel Downes

      London: Printed by J. Bettenham for Charles Rivington, 1722. sixth edition (Rationale) and first edition (Lives). Leather Bound. Very Good. 5 x 7 1/2 inches. 8vo. Engraved frontispiece + combined title page in red and black + 4 leaf preface + title page (Lives) + 1 leaf (contents) + cxc + 13 page index + advertisement + title page (Rationale) + 2 leaves preface and contents + 317 numbered pages (including two additional separate titles for included works) + 15 page table and index. Pages very clean and bright with two worm tracks approx. 1/2 inch each through pages preceding A3 (in the Preface), then 3 holes diminishing to 1 through the course of the book, located at the foremargin, sometimes affecting the text, worming also at end, mostly to indices. Speckled rouging to edges. Bound in full brown calf. Both boards with gilt border and leaf motifs at corners which are bumped. Hinges starting at top and bottom but holding firm. Spine with five raised bands and extensive gilt decoration to five compartments and red spine label with title and small loss now reading "Sparro Rationa". Small loss at tail of spine. On reverse of title page is Armorial bookplate of Charles Maynard, viscount Maynard, baron Maynard of Much Easton, and baronet. ESTCT140951. The Maynard family is in the list of those who came to England with William the Conqueror and has a long and colorful history in English religious politics, including: John Maynard, one of the thirty-nine members of parliament who absented themselves rather than receive the pope's authority during the reign of Queen Mary; Sir John Maynard, who was expelled from the House of Commons and imprisoned at the Tower of London due to his attachment to the Presbyterian party in 1647; William, his grandfather, the second Lord Maynard and comptroller of the household to King Charles II in 1672 and King James II. Charles, sixth lord Maynard, was by King George III created baron Maynard of Much Easton and viscount Maynard of Essex baronet. Upon the death of Charles, first lord viscount Maynard, the title descended to the former owner of this book, and the titles of baron Maynard of Little Easton in the kingdom of Great Britain, and baron Maynard of Wicklow in the kingdom of Ireland became extinct. Charles had two brothers: William, who was killed in the American Revolution, and Henry, who embraced the profession of the church. GenUKI Peerage records

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        DEATH AND HEAVEN; or the Last Enemy Conquer'd, and Separate Spirits made perfect: with an Account of the Rich Variety of their Employments and Pleasures; Attempted in Two Funeral Discourses, in Memory of Sir John Hartopp Bar. and his Lady deceased.

      London: Printed for John Clark, at the Bible and Crown in the Poultry, near Cheapside et al, 1722. xii, 261 pages of text, followed by [ii] contents and [i] publisher's advertisement. Modern leather binding (circa 1960) with moderate rubbing to extremities. Gilt title, author and date stamped on spine. Title page is slightly soiled, with top corner lacking, just touching the "H" of the title. Bottom corner chipped with no loss of text. Small ink notation on title and following page. Slight soiling scattered throughout text, with several pages with tiny tears or minor creases. Measures 6-3/8" in height. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown; Dr. William Sargant. Uncommon in the first edition. Isaac Watts (1674-1748).. First edition. Hardcover. Good+ condition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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        Harmonica Mensurarum, sive Analysis & Synthesis per Rationum & Angulorum Mensuras promotae: accedunt alia Opuscula Mathematica...edidit et auxit Robertus Smith

      One engraved plate & numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. 10 p.l., 249 pp.; 1 p.l., 125, [1] pp. Two parts in one vol. Large 4to, cont. speckled calf (head cap a bit chipped), triple gilt fillet round sides, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Cambridge: 1722. First edition. "This most important book by Cotes was published posthumously by his friend and successor at Trinity College, Robert Smith. Professor Morgan calls it 'the earliest work in which decided progress was made in the application of logarithms and of the properties of the circle to the calculus of fluents.' It is also the first complete treatise on the integral calculus and first contains the well-known theorem in trigonometry known as the 'Cotes' theorem.' The second part has miscellaneous writings by Cotes, including 'De Methodo Differentiali Newtoniana,' 'De Descensu Gravium,' 'De Motum Pendulorum in Cycloide,' 'De Motu Projectilium,' etc."­Babson, Supp., p. 29. Of considerable additional interest is the first printing, on page 22, of "Cotes's Rule" which "can be (and has been) read as recommending a weighted mean, or even as an early appearance of the method of least squares."­Stigler, The History of Statistics, p. 16. Very fine and large copy with half-title. ❧ D.S.B., III, pp. 430-33.

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        Edit du roy qui establit un droit sur les soyes éstrangeres & originaires, et ordonne le restablissement du passage desdites soyes par la ville de Lyon 7 février 1722

      Paris, Georges Jouvenel 1722 - In-4° broché, 8 pages. Cette édition signée Noblet et Olivier est inconnue en bibliothèque. Elle fait suite à un édit publié en janvier 1722 et imprimé chez la veuve Saugrain à Paris. Dos abimé avec une petite morsure sans perte de papier, le document à été à l'époque, mal massicoté. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        DES ORATEURS: Savoir, si les Modernes sont inferieurs aux Anciens, et pourquoi? Dialogue attribue par quelques uns a Tacite, et par quelques autres a Quintilien, traduit par M. Morabin.

      Paris: Chez Francois Fournier, 1722. - Hardcover first edition - First edition. Engravings on title page and the first page of the letter dedicating this to Cardinal DuBois. The preface refers to this as the third translation of 'Dialogue des Orateurs' with the earlier ones appearing in 1630 and 1710 respectively. 2 pp of errata at rear of volume. In addition to being a translator of the classic, Morabin was also "one of the most noted and popular historians of the times" [blank] [8], lvii, [3], 262, [2] p. [blank] 17 cm. 12mo. Good overall in original brown leather with hubbed spine, decorations and title in gilt on spine, marbled endpapers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        History of Virginia, in Four Parts

      , 1722. 1722. (VIRGINIA). [Beverley, Robert]. The History of Virginia, in Four Parts ... By a Native and Inhabitant of the Place. London: For F. Fayram and J. Clarke, and T. Bickerton, 1722. [8], 284, [24] p. + [4] p. ads. Engraved fore-title, 14 engraved plates. Slightly later calf. Spine rubbed, front hinge begining to crack but held firmly by the cords. Some light marginal foxing, but a very good, very attractive copy. The revised and enlarged second edition of the first history of Virginia written by a native. Beverley was a planter who spent most of his life in Virginia, and his work is a reliable contemporary account of life in that colony. The work first appeared in 1705. Howes B410.

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        Plattegrond van Amsterdam - Covens en Mortier, ca. 1722.

      "Amstelodami veteris et novissimae urbis accuratissima delineato."Plattegrond van amsterdam met uitgebreide legenda en gezicht vanaf het IJ. Met de hand gekleurde kopergravure, omstreeks 1722 uitgegeven door Covens en Mortier. Afmetingen (prent) 49 x 58 cm. Kwalitatief hoogwaardig gelijst.Amsterdam groeit sterk in de 17e en 18e eeuw. Verschillende uitgevers spelen hierop in en er verschijnt om de zoveel jaar een nieuwe plattegrond. Het laten maken van een geheel nieuw kaartbeeld is kostbaar evenals het graveerwerk en vaak werden daarom de koperen platen, die voor eerdere uitgave reeds hadden gediend, hergebruikt. Ze werden waar nodig gecorrigeerd en bijgewerkt.Deze plattegrond, in dit geval uitgegeven door Covens en Mortier, was door hen al een paar jaar eerder op de markt gebracht. Daarvoor, in 1622 werd het ontwerp al eens gebruikt door Nicolaes Visscher. Telkens staan er nieuwe gebouwen op en veranderen stukken stad.In 1721, startte Cornelis Mortier (1699-1783) een uitgeverij met zijn zwager Johannes Covens (1697-1774). Onder de naam Covens & Mortier zetten zij het werk van vader Pieter Mortier (actief vanaf 1685) voort. In 1774 werd Johannes Covens opgevolgd door zijn zoon, Johannes Covens Jr. (1772-1794). Toen ook Corneille Mortier in 1783 en uiteindelijk Johannes Jr. in 1794 overleed, nam Johannes? zoon Cornelis de firma over onder de naam Mortier, Covens & Zoon. Tenslotte werd Cornelis opgevolgd door diens zoon Cornelis Johannes Covens (1806-1890). De firma werd in 1866 opgeheven.Het Amsterdamse uitgevershuis Covens & Mortier was in kwantitatief opzicht de grootste kaartenhandel van zijn tijd. Op haast industri?le wijze bracht Covens & Mortier duizenden cartografische uitgaven op de markt. De diverse firmanten waren vrijwel zonder uitzondering begiftigd met een groot commercieel talent. Massaal kopieerde men bijvoorbeeld toentertijd moderne buitenlandse kaarten. Deze kaarten werden vervolgens voor een goedkopere prijs dan de originelen over heel Europa verspreid. Ook liet Covens & Mortier oude 17de-eeuwse Nederlandse koperplaten namaken. Zo bereikte men met minimale investeringen een maximaal rendement.Referentie: Catalogus van Amsterdamse plattegronden, door A.E. d?Ailly (1934), nr. 262.Prijs: ?3.150,- (BTW margeregeling, incl. lijst).

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        La regata

      Lugduni Batavorum: Excudit Petrus van der Aa, 1722. - Incisione su lastra di rame, acqua forte e bulino, di mm. 320 x 410 misurati alla battuta del rame. In basso le diciture: "La regata. Navium cursus apud venetos. Regate ou courses de barques". Proviene da Thesaurus antiquitatum et historiarum Italiae, vol. IX Thesaurus Antiquitatum et Historiarum Italiae, Quo continentur Optimi quique Scriptores, Qui Regionum et Urbium Juris Veneti Confiniumque Populorum ac Civitatium Res Antiquas, aliasque vario tempore gestas, memoriae prodiderunt: Digeri olim coeptus Cura & Studio Joannis Georgii Graevii. Accesserunt Variae et accuratae Tabulae, tam Geographicae, quam aliae, ut & Indices ad singulos Libros locupletissimi: Cum Praefationibus Petri Burmanni. Tomi Quinti Pars Secunda. Lugduni Batavorum, Excudit Petrus vander Aa, 1722. 18mo secolo

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        Historische Beschreibung der letzten Gesandtschafft an den Türckischen Sultan,

      Augsburg, Merz und Mayer, 1722. - So Ihro Röm. Kaeyserl. Und Königl. Cathol. Majestät Durch Herrn Damain Hugo Grafen von Virmondt verrichten lassen. 11 Blatt, 428 Seiten, Lederband der Zeit, 16 x 10 cm, Einband berieben und bestossen, vorderes Vorsatzblatt mit Randläsuren, hinterer Vorsatz fehlt, innen unterschiedlich gebräunt, Titel etwas fingerfleckig, einige Lagen mit kleineren Wurmspuren meist im weißen Rand. Seltener erster Bericht über die im Jahre 1719/20 nach Konstantinopel geschickte kaiserlichen Gesandtschaft zur Unterstreichung des 1718 zu Passarowitz geschlossenen Friedens zwischen dem Kaiserreich und dem Osmanischen Reich. Eine illustrierte Ausgabe erschien ein Jahr später in Nürnberg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Antiquities of St. Peter's, or, the Abbey-Church of Westminster: Containing All the Inscriptions and Epitaphs upon the Tombs and Grave-Stones; with the Lives, Marriages, and Issue of the Most Eminent Personages Therein Reposited; and Their Coats of Arms Truly Emblazoned. Adorned with Draughts of the Tombs, Curiously Engraven.

      Printed for E. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettersworth, E. Curll, R. Gosling., London 1722 - In two volumes. viii, iii-xvi, 256pp + index; iii-viii, 201, [6], 32, [4]pp. Full calf stamped in blind on the sides, in gold on the edges, spine decorated in gold, red and black leather labels lettered in gold. With four foldout engraved plates and fifty-five inserted engraved plates. With the bookplates of Nathan of Churt and Hugh Cecil Earl of Lonsdale on the front endpapers of volume 1 (volume 2 has only the bookplate of Nathan of Churt on the front pastedown endpaper). Some wear to extremities, spines professionally rebacked, mild scattered foxing. A very good set. ; Octavo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        JOH. CHRISTOPHORI STURMII, Philosophi et Mathematici post fata quoque celeberrimi, PRAELECTIONES ACADEMICAE, Quarum Prima, Astrologiæ Divinatricis vanitatem pro cathedra demonstratam; Altera, Doctrinam Mathesis Universalis

      Francofurti & Lipsiae, Apud Danielem Bartholomaei, ...Typis Christiani Ulrici Wagneri, 1722. Tertia, Incomprehensibilia Matheseos; Quarta denique Arithmeticam Sacram tractat; Olim in Academia Altdorffina auditoribus in calamum dictatae, Nunc ad satisfaciendum multorum desideriis in vulgus editae & studiosae praesertim juventutu vindicatae a Davide Algowero, in S.T.V.D.M. & Prof. P. Ulm. FIRST EDITION 1722, Latin text, small 4to, approximately 195 x 155 mm, 7¾ x 6 inches, title page printed red and black, some historiated initials and head- and tailpieces, 2 folding geometric plates at rear, pages: (12), 207, (1 - errata), bound in full contemporary speckled calf, raised bands, gilt ruled compartments with floral motif, gilt lettered tan morocco label, all edges speckled red. Binding slightly rubbed, small amateur repair to top compartment on spine, a couple of very small dark stains to lower cover, a few ink numbers and letters to front endpapers, title page faintly browned, many pages of text browned, all still easily legible. A very good copy of an uncommon title by this author. Johann Christoph Sturm (1635-1703) was rector and professor of mathematics and physics at the University of Altdorf. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Nouveau systême des eaux chaudes de Plombiere en Lorraine et de leau froide dite Savonneuse and de celle dite de Sainte Catherine De leurs effets and à quelles maladies elles conviennent ou non Nancy chez lauteur

      

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        Nouveau voyage aux isles de l'Amerique, contenant l'histoire naturelle de ces pays, l'Origine, les Moeurs, la Religion & le Gouvernement des Habitans anciens et modernes. (6 volumes)

      A Paris, au Palais, chez Théodore Le Gras, au quatrième Pillier de la Grand-Salle, à L couronnée 1722 - EDITION ORIGINALE. Six volumes in-12 (10,4 x 16,8 cm), reliure plein veau, dos à 5 nerfs ornés de caissons dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison, tranches rouges, tomes 1 à 6 du "Nouveau voyage aux isles de l'Amerique, contenant l'histoire naturelle de ces pays, l'Origine, les Moeurs, la Religion & le Gouvernement des Habitans anciens et modernes. Les Guerres & les Evenemens singuliers qui y sont arrivez pendant le long sejour que l'Auteur y a fait. Le Commerce & les Manufactures qui y sont établies, & les moyens de les augmenter. Avec une description exacte & curieuse de toutes ces Isles" par le Père Jean-Baptiste Labat, prêtre, médecin, ingénieur, diplomate et administrateur, qui livre ici un compte-rendu détaillé sur les Antilles, où il a passé douze années de sa vie, impliqué dans leur organisation et leur économie. Sa description des îles ne s'arrête pas à l'histoire naturelle, à la géographie, à l'économie et aux moeurs cependant, et les renseignements piquants que son ouvrage renferme ont conduit à la destruction de nombreux exemplaires de la première édition par les familles créoles ridiculisées par l'auteur. L'édition originale est par ailleurs la seule à contenir un chapitre controversé et par la suite supprimé, concernant "le mariage des blanches avec les noirs". TOME I : xxxvj-525pp., 16 planches ; TOME II : 598pp., 23 planches ; TOME III : iv-547pp. (incorrectement paginé 549), 26 planches ; TOME IV : vj-558pp., 14 planches ; Tome V : vj-524pp., 6 planches ; TOME VI : vj-514pp., 7 planches ; coins usés, quelques marques d'usage et épidermures sur le cuir, coiffe supérieur du Tome 4 et coiffe inférieure du Tome 6 abîmées, intérieur très frais, bon état. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTOIRE DE L'ADMIRABLE DON QUICHOTTE DE LA MANCHE. 6 VOL.

      - 1722-1733 Compagnie, Paris Nouvelle éd. 6 vol. [9] f. + 440 p. + [12] planches; [4] f. + 432 p. + [3] planches; [5] f. + 442 p. + [7] planches; [6] f. + 532 p. + [12] planches (1 page deteriore sans afecter text); [2] f. + 518 p. +[5] planches + 1 partiture; [5] f. + 501 p. +[1] f. + 3 planches (page 119 manque papier sans afecter du text). 17x10 cm. Reliure cuir. Exterieur détérioré. Signature d'anterieur proprietaire Para ver o recibir fotografías de los libros puede ir a nuestra web. (quijote) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Britannia: or a chorographical description of Great Britain and Ireland, together with the adjacent islands. Written in Latin by William Camden, Clarenceux, King at Arms: and translated into English, with additions and improvements. The second edition. Revised, digested, and published, with large additions, by Edmund Gibson, D. D. Rector of Lambeth; and now Bishop of Lincoln, and Dean of His Majesty's Chapel-Royal

      London printed by Mary Matthews, for Awnsham Churchill, and sold by William Taylor, in Pater-Noster-Row MDCCXXII. [1722] A pinnacle of English scholarship, the first comprehensive topographical survey of Great Britain, complete in two tall folio volumes, mainly printed in two numbered columns: [66]pp,cclxviii columns,[2]pp,696 columns; [2],697-1526 columns,[176, appendices, index and errata]pp. Contemporary cambridge-style paneled calf (joints very neatly repaired), spine in seven compartments between raised bands, red morocco lettering pieces gilt; title pages in red and black, copper-engraved frontispiece portrait of Camden, 10 plates of coins and antiquities, 51 folding or double-page maps (including 42 county maps), additional engravings and woodcut illustrations in text. An unusually Fine set, original binding with handsome patina; pages bright, fresh and unmarked; plates and maps in deep, rich impressions. PMM 101 and Gibson's Library, p. 87 (for first edition). Goldsmiths' 6088. ESTC Citation No. T144701. Fine Second (and Best) Edition of this essential translation (by Edmund Gibson), the first successful transcription into English, with maps by Robert Morden. "Not a history, the Britannia attempts (in the words of Gibson's translation of Camden's preface) 'to restore Britain to Antiquity, and Antiquity to Britain'

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        JOH. CHRISTOPHORI STURMII, Philosophi et Mathematici post fata quoque celeberrimi, PRAELECTIONES ACADEMICAE, Quarum Prima, Astrologiæ Divinatricis vanitatem pro cathedra demonstratam; Altera, Doctrinam Mathesis Universalis;

      Francofurti & Lipsiae, Apud Danielem Bartholomaei, ...Typis Christiani Ulrici Wagneri, 1722.. Tertia, Incomprehensibilia Matheseos; Quarta denique Arithmeticam Sacram tractat; Olim in Academia Altdorffina auditoribus in calamum dictatae, Nunc ad satisfaciendum multorum desideriis in vulgus editae & studiosae praesertim juventutu vindicatae a Davide Algowero, in S.T.V.D.M. & Prof. P. Ulm. FIRST EDITION 1722, Latin text, small 4to, approximately 195 x 155 mm, 7¾ x 6 inches, title page printed red and black, some historiated initials and head- and tailpieces, 2 folding geometric plates at rear, pages: (12), 207, (1 - errata), bound in full contemporary speckled calf, raised bands, gilt ruled compartments with floral motif, gilt lettered tan morocco label, all edges speckled red. Binding slightly rubbed, small amateur repair to top compartment on spine, a couple of very small dark stains to lower cover, a few ink numbers and letters to front endpapers, title page faintly browned, many pages of text browned, all still easily legible. A very good copy of an uncommon title by this author. Johann Christoph Sturm (1635-1703) was rector and professor of mathematics and physics at the University of Altdorf. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Britannia: or a chorographical description of Great Britain and Ireland, together with the adjacent islands. Written in Latin by William Camden, Clarenceux, King at Arms: and translated into English, with additions and improvements. The second edition. Revised, digested, and published, with large additions, by Edmund Gibson, D. D. Rector of Lambeth; and now Bishop of Lincoln, and Dean of His Majesty’s Chapel-Royal

      printed by Mary Matthews, for Awnsham Churchill, and sold by William Taylor, in Pater-Noster-Row MDCCXXII. [1722], London - A pinnacle of English scholarship, the first comprehensive topographical survey of Great Britain, complete in two tall folio volumes, mainly printed in two numbered columns: [66]pp,cclxviii columns,[2]pp,696 columns; [2],697-1526 columns,[176, appendices, index and errata]pp. Contemporary cambridge-style paneled calf (joints very neatly repaired), spine in seven compartments between raised bands, red morocco lettering pieces gilt; title pages in red and black, copper-engraved frontispiece portrait of Camden, 10 plates of coins and antiquities, 51 folding or double-page maps (including 42 county maps), additional engravings and woodcut illustrations in text. An unusually Fine set, original binding with handsome patina; pages bright, fresh and unmarked; plates and maps in deep, rich impressions. PMM 101 and Gibson's Library, p. 87 (for first edition). Goldsmiths’ 6088. ESTC Citation No. T144701. Second (and Best) Edition of this essential translation (by Edmund Gibson), the first successful transcription into English, with maps by Robert Morden. "Not a history, the Britannia attempts (in the words of Gibson's translation of Camden's preface) ‘to restore Britain to Antiquity, and Antiquity to Britain’—the charge that Camden says was given him by the ‘great Restorer of old Geography’, [Abraham] Ortelius himself. It does so by documenting the ancient pre-Roman British past using every kind of primary historical evidence imaginable, whether written records, inscriptions, literary remains, material both historical and mythological, or testimony drawn from the physical landscape. In his use of non-literary evidence Camden was a leading figure in his generation, and his work in numismatics . . . has been described as ‘of pioneering importance’ (Piggott, 204). Recognizing the imperfection of the written record, particularly the scarcity of genuine British material, Camden looks to multiple kinds of evidence to push the record as far back as possible and to trace continuities through the different periods of British history." Britannia made its début, in Latin, on 2 May 1586, with enlarged editions following in 1587, 1590, 1594, 1600 and 1607, the final Latin edition in Camden's lifetime, published in folio and containing an index, maps by Saxton and Norden, and engravings of coins, monuments, and topographical sites—all in all, an impressive and editorially sophisticated work of scholarship. The first translation into English came in 1610 , at the hand of Philemon Holland . Yet despite Camden's collaboration, "the translation is often inaccurate and takes liberties with the material, and for this reason is regarded as inferior to Edmund Gibson's translation of 1695 (ours is the second, enlarged edition of that essential translation, published in 1722). Gibson was assisted in his efforts by numerous scholars, including Samuel Pepys, and his translation was held in high esteem for the better part of the 18th century until It was finally superseded in 1789 by the edition of Richard Gough. (Literary Encyclopedia) "If Camden was not the first English historian (in the modern sense of the word), topographer, and antiquarian, he was certainly the first to relate the three studies, and his Britannia, primarily topographical, is the first book which shows, even in a rudimentary form, the need to evaluate sources. It was the revolutionary subject matter, and its even more revolutionary treatment of the subject, which made it at once the vehicle and the model for research in all three subjects for the next two hundred and fifty years." (PMM). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Plattegrond van Amsterdam - Covens en Mortier, ca. 1722.

      "Amstelodami veteris et novissimae urbis accuratissima delineato."Plattegrond van amsterdam met uitgebreide legenda en gezicht vanaf het IJ. Met de hand gekleurde kopergravure, omstreeks 1722 uitgegeven door Covens en Mortier. Afmetingen (prent) 49 x 58 cm. Kwalitatief hoogwaardig gelijst.Amsterdam groeit sterk in de 17e en 18e eeuw. Verschillende uitgevers spelen hierop in en er verschijnt om de zoveel jaar een nieuwe plattegrond. Het laten maken van een geheel nieuw kaartbeeld is kostbaar evenals het graveerwerk en vaak werden daarom de koperen platen, die voor eerdere uitgave reeds hadden gediend, hergebruikt. Ze werden waar nodig gecorrigeerd en bijgewerkt.Deze plattegrond, in dit geval uitgegeven door Covens en Mortier, was door hen al een paar jaar eerder op de markt gebracht. Daarvoor, in 1622 werd het ontwerp al eens gebruikt door Nicolaes Visscher. Telkens staan er nieuwe gebouwen op en veranderen stukken stad.In 1721, startte Cornelis Mortier (1699-1783) een uitgeverij met zijn zwager Johannes Covens (1697-1774). Onder de naam Covens & Mortier zetten zij het werk van vader Pieter Mortier (actief vanaf 1685) voort. In 1774 werd Johannes Covens opgevolgd door zijn zoon, Johannes Covens Jr. (1772-1794). Toen ook Corneille Mortier in 1783 en uiteindelijk Johannes Jr. in 1794 overleed, nam Johannes? zoon Cornelis de firma over onder de naam Mortier, Covens & Zoon. Tenslotte werd Cornelis opgevolgd door diens zoon Cornelis Johannes Covens (1806-1890). De firma werd in 1866 opgeheven.Het Amsterdamse uitgevershuis Covens & Mortier was in kwantitatief opzicht de grootste kaartenhandel van zijn tijd. Op haast industri?le wijze bracht Covens & Mortier duizenden cartografische uitgaven op de markt. De diverse firmanten waren vrijwel zonder uitzondering begiftigd met een groot commercieel talent. Massaal kopieerde men bijvoorbeeld toentertijd moderne buitenlandse kaarten. Deze kaarten werden vervolgens voor een goedkopere prijs dan de originelen over heel Europa verspreid. Ook liet Covens & Mortier oude 17de-eeuwse Nederlandse koperplaten namaken. Zo bereikte men met minimale investeringen een maximaal rendement.Referentie: Catalogus van Amsterdamse plattegronden, door A.E. d?Ailly (1934), nr. 262.Prijs: ?3.150,- (BTW margeregeling, incl. lijst).

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        Herengracht Amsterdam - Goll van Franckenstein (1722-1785).

      HERENGRACHT AMSTERDAMTekening in pen en gewassen inkt van de hand van Johann Edler Goll van Franckenstein sr. Afm. 24,3 x 31,8 cm.Goll van Franckenstein (1722-1785) was koopman, bankier, geacht kunstverzamelaar en amateurtekenaar die zich in 1751 in Amsterdam vestigde.Afgebeeld zijn de bruggen over de Herengracht, van de huidige Raadhuisstraat tot aan de Leidsegracht, gezien van noord naar zuid. Linkvoor, om de hoek, bevindt zich de Warmoesgracht, een klein grachtje tussen het Singel en de Herengracht dat in 1895 verdwenen is bij de aanleg van de huidige Raadhuisstraat.De tekening is gemaakt van een zeer laag standpunt in de as van de gracht, waardoor de breedte en de weidsheid van de watervlakte worden benadrukt. Waarschijnlijk heeft Goll deze tekening gemaakt vanuit een bootje dat afgemeerd lag voor het huis Herengracht 158, het woonhuis van Goll. De gracht maakt hier een bocht zodat het huis zich min of meer in de as van het afgebeelde stuk van de gracht bevond.Provenance:Vererfd aan Johann Goll van Franckenstein jr. (1756-1821)Vererfd aan zijn dochter Catharina Antonia Bijleveld (1842-1898)Vererfd aan haar zoon Emil Pieter Bijleveld (1842-1898)Vererfd aan zijn zoon Frank David Bijleveld (1879-1960)Tentoonstelling:Museum Beeckestijn -?Is getekend J. Goll van Franckenstein, tekeningen van een 18de-eeuwse heer?, 1997, nr. 14.Prijs: ? 5.850,- (incl. lijst).

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        Plattegrond van Amsterdam - Covens en Mortier, ca. 1722.

      "Amstelodami veteris et novissimae urbis accuratissima delineato."Plattegrond van amsterdam met uitgebreide legenda en gezicht vanaf het IJ. Met de hand gekleurde kopergravure, omstreeks 1722 uitgegeven door Covens en Mortier. Afmetingen (prent) 49 x 58 cm. Kwalitatief hoogwaardig gelijst.Amsterdam groeit sterk in de 17e en 18e eeuw. Verschillende uitgevers spelen hierop in en er verschijnt om de zoveel jaar een nieuwe plattegrond. Het laten maken van een geheel nieuw kaartbeeld is kostbaar evenals het graveerwerk en vaak werden daarom de koperen platen, die voor eerdere uitgave reeds hadden gediend, hergebruikt. Ze werden waar nodig gecorrigeerd en bijgewerkt.Deze plattegrond, in dit geval uitgegeven door Covens en Mortier, was door hen al een paar jaar eerder op de markt gebracht. Daarvoor, in 1622 werd het ontwerp al eens gebruikt door Nicolaes Visscher. Telkens staan er nieuwe gebouwen op en veranderen stukken stad.In 1721, startte Cornelis Mortier (1699-1783) een uitgeverij met zijn zwager Johannes Covens (1697-1774). Onder de naam Covens & Mortier zetten zij het werk van vader Pieter Mortier (actief vanaf 1685) voort. In 1774 werd Johannes Covens opgevolgd door zijn zoon, Johannes Covens Jr. (1772-1794). Toen ook Corneille Mortier in 1783 en uiteindelijk Johannes Jr. in 1794 overleed, nam Johannes? zoon Cornelis de firma over onder de naam Mortier, Covens & Zoon. Tenslotte werd Cornelis opgevolgd door diens zoon Cornelis Johannes Covens (1806-1890). De firma werd in 1866 opgeheven.Het Amsterdamse uitgevershuis Covens & Mortier was in kwantitatief opzicht de grootste kaartenhandel van zijn tijd. Op haast industriële wijze bracht Covens & Mortier duizenden cartografische uitgaven op de markt. De diverse firmanten waren vrijwel zonder uitzondering begiftigd met een groot commercieel talent. Massaal kopieerde men bijvoorbeeld toentertijd moderne buitenlandse kaarten. Deze kaarten werden vervolgens voor een goedkopere prijs dan de originelen over heel Europa verspreid. Ook liet Covens & Mortier oude 17de-eeuwse Nederlandse koperplaten namaken. Zo bereikte men met minimale investeringen een maximaal rendement.Referentie: Catalogus van Amsterdamse plattegronden, door A.E. d?Ailly (1934), nr. 262.Prijs: ?3.150,- (BTW margeregeling, incl. lijst).

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