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2009-05-04 18:00:00
SEGRAIS Jean regnault de
- chez Guillaume Saucrain, à Paris 1722, petit in-8 (16x9,5cm), (8) 473pp. , 483pp. (5)., 2 volumes brochés. - Nouvelle édition après l'originale de 1657 (Sommaville). Edition illustrée d'un frontispice et de 6 fig. non signées (une pour chaque nouvelle en frontispice). Brochés, dépourvus de reliure. Une mouillure claire en fin de volume du tome I, au milieu. Segrais (1624-1701) fut le secrétaire de Mlle de Montpensier (dont Madame de Lafayette tirera un récit), et le directeur de l'Académie française. Le recueil est composé de 6 nouvelles historiques, genre qui fut inauguré quelques années plus tôt par La princesse de Clèves de Madame de Lafayette. Les romans de Lafayette parurent sous le pseudonyme de Segrais. Dans la préface, Segrais parle d'une princesse proche de Louis XIV et retiré dans un château avec ses suivantes, chacune racontera une histoire, et l'ensemble formera les divertissements de la princesse Aurélie. Ces nouvelles composent un ensemble important pour la littérature du XVIIe et un pas décisif, proche de la littérature de Madame de Lafayette, vers le récit moderne. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition after the original 1657 (Sommaville). Edition illustrated with a frontispiece and 6 fig. unsigned (one for each new frontispiece). Paperback, without binding. A clear wetting the end of Volume of Volume I, in the middle. Segrais (1624-1701) was secretary Miss de Montpensier (including Madame de Lafayette draw a story), and the director of the French Academy. The collection consists of 6 new historical genre that was opened a few years earlier b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2009-04-16 19:44:02
[Hemp and Flax]
Dublin: Printed by Andrew Crooke..., 1722. 107,[9],109-128,[4]pp. 12mo. Modern half gilt calf and boards. Several old stamps of a defunct mercantile library, old small ink drop on top edge occasionally just penetrates upper margins, expert restoration to small chip in blank area of fore-edge of terminal leaf, otherwise a very good copy. First edition. ESTC records three editions (or more likely "issues") of this work: the first, as here; a second, published in 1728 (but still dated '1722') with the 1728 act added (with final pagination at 151pp plus a 7pp. index); and a third, also dated '1722' but likely ca. 1735, with an additional act to date (with final pagination at 187pp. plus a 9pp. index). ESTC locates seven copies (2 unverified) of this first edition. GOLDSMITHS 6101 (3rd version). HANSON 3140 (3rd version). ESTC T118359.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature ABAA-
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2009-03-17 04:19:55
Pliny, the Younger [Gaius Plinius Secundus]
Jacob Tonson & John Watts, London, 1722. Professionally respined, owner's signature on title page, owner's bookplate, edgewear. Solid hardcover. ; Frontispiece engraving: Louis Cheron Inv, Gerard Van der Gucht Sc. Londini : ex officinâ Jacobi Tonson, & Johannis Watts. Attractive modern bookplate of Kenneth Newton Colvile on front endpaper. Professionally respined, five compartment spine with red label, contemporary calf boards with blind stampings. Titlepage in red and black. With an index and a final advertisement leaf. Attractive woodcuts on title page and chapter headings. Edited by classical scholar and typographer Michael Maittaire per Lowndes and Brunet, although the DNB entry disagrees.; 360+index-ad pages [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mike's Library [Plymouth, PA, U.S.A.]
2009-03-16 01:14:39
Ovid (43 B. C. -17 Or 18 A. D.)
Londini : Impensis R. & J. Bonwicke, J. Knapton, R. Knaplock, J. Sprint, B. Tooke, D. Midwinter, W. Taylor, W. Innys, J. Osborne, R. Robinson, T. Ward, Bibliopolarum. MDCCXXII. Typis R. Harbin 1722 - Bookseller's inked stamp. Full contemporary, blind-tooled tree analine calf, recased. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a contrasting gilt-blocked Morocco lable. An exceptional set, of presentation quality - scans and additional detail on request. ; 242 pages; Physical desc. : [4], 242, [62]p. ; 8°. Subject: Epistolary poetry, Latin. Mythology, Classical --Poetry. Love-letters --Poetry. Love poetry, Latin. Titlepage in red and black. ESTC citation no. : T99243. 1 Kg. 242 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd
2009-03-16 01:14:39
Ovid (43 B. C. -17 Or 18 A. D.)
Londini : Impensis R. & J. Bonwicke, J. Knapton, R. Knaplock, J. Sprint, B. Tooke, D. Midwinter, W. Taylor, W. Innys, J. Osborne, R. Robinson, T. Ward, Bibliopolarum. MDCCXXII. Typis R. Harbin 1722 - Bookseller's inked stamp. Full contemporary, blind-tooled tree analine calf, recased. Raised bands with gilt cross-bands and a contrasting gilt-blocked Morocco lable. An exceptional set, of presentation quality - scans and additional detail on request. ; 242 pages; Physical desc. : [4], 242, [62]p. ; 8°. Subject: Epistolary poetry, Latin. Mythology, Classical --Poetry. Love-letters --Poetry. Love poetry, Latin. Titlepage in red and black. ESTC citation no. : T99243. 1 Kg. 242 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd.
2009-03-15 11:16:33
Saint Yves
P-A Le Mercier, Paris. SAINT-YVES, Charles de (1667-1733). (1) Nouveau traité des maladies des yeux, les remèdes qui y conviennent, & les operations de chirurgie que leurs guérisons exigent. Avec de nouvelles découvertes sur la structure de l'oeil, qui prouvent l'organe immédiat de la vue. [301, 373, [33]pp. Paris: le Mercier, 1722. Contemporary mottled calf, gilt spine. Very minor foxing. SIGNED SAINT-YVES on leaf ã3, to prevent piracy. FIRST EDITION. Garrison-Morton 5827. "In 1722 . . . Saint-Yves . . . attempted to couch a cataract and by mischance he displaced the cataractous body through the pupil into the anterior chamber. He then incised the eye and removed the body. This was the first occasion on which the lens had been removed from a living subject" (Singer, History of medicine 645). Also recorded here is the first extensive use of silver nitrate in treating eye diseases, the earliest use of silver nitrate in cases of ophthalmia neonatorum, and the first exact description of gonorrheal ophthalmia. Becker 203. Waller 8406, 8407. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2009-03-15 11:16:33
SAINT-YVES (Charles de)
Paris, Pierre-Augustin Le Mercier, 1722 et 1726, in-12, [30]-373-[33] pp, 1 ff. blanc, 22-[2] pp, veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné, tranches mouchetées de rouge (Rel. de l'ép.), 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". L'auteur 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. Relié in fine : Réponse de M. De S. Yves à une lettre critique de son Traité des maladies des yeux par M. Mauchard. Paris, Pierre-Augustin Le Mercier, 1726. L'auteur répond ici à Burchard David Mauchard, qui prétendait établir une espèce de cataracte par l'altération de l'humeur aqueuse. Saint-Yves juge en effet cette cataracte improbable. Cette réponse, publiée initialement en 1723, sera intégrée à l'édition du Nouveau traité dès la seconde édition de ce dernier. Ex-libris manuscrit à l'encre brune d'Edmond Bernard Sauvage avec la date de 1733. Mors supérieurs fendus et épidermés. Balke p. 398; Waller n°8406-07; Wellcome … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [FR]
2009-03-13 04:11:05
MORET DE BOURCHENU (J.-P., marquis de Valbonnais)
A Genève, chez Fabri & Barrillot 1722. 2e édition, complétée, revue et corrigée. Deux volumes en reliure in-folio, plein veau de l'époque de (2f)-1ft-1t-2fnc-XII-22-II-414 pp. ; (1f)-1ft-628 pp.-(2f). Dos à nerfs et caissons à fleurons dorés, tranches rouges, bandeaux et culs-de-lampe. Bien complet de la grande carte du Dauphiné, de la table généalogique des dauphins, de la gravure d'Humbert II, et des 6 planches de sceaux. Parfait état général, exceptée la coiffe inférieure du tome II. Bel exemplaire de cet ouvrage rare et dans sa reliure d'époque bien conservée, une source de tout premier ordre pour l'histoire du Dauphiné. Expédition (tarifs de La Poste en vigueur) : colissimo (poids > 6kg).
Bookseller: LE BOUQUINISTE [LA MOTTE SAINT MARTIN, France]
2009-03-10 21:14:44
DANIEL (Gabriel).
Paris, Denys Mariette, Jean-Baptiste Delespine, Jean-Baptiste Coignard fils, 1722. cxxx-571,655-52,759,737-55,819,806-51 et 512-213-28 pp, un frontispice gravé, 4 cartes et plans dépliants (Metz assiégé par Charles V, champ de bataille de la journée d'Arques en 1589), qqs gravures, vignettes, lettrines et cul-de-lampes gravés, généalogies, reliures de l'époque plein veau de couleur brun fauve, dos à 5 nerfs richement et joliment ornés de caissons et de fleurons dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge, tranches rouge. Les plats de reliures sont frottés et épidermés (avec petits accrocs et manques de cuir), coiffes élimées ou manquantes, qqs petits manques de cuir aux dos, intérieurs en bon état, très propres, sans rousseurs (petits et rares travaux de vers sans gravité dans qqs marges). Belle série bien complète en 7 volumes Le tome VII contient le Journal historique du règne de Louis XIII et les Fastes du règne de Louis XIV, surnommé le Grand (213 pp). L'ensemble est propre, sain et solide. Ex-libris De La Haye des Fosses. Le R.P. Daniel Gabriel de la Compagnie de Jésus (1649-1728) écrivit d'abord son Histoire de France qui eut une vogue extraordinaire, et lui valut le titre d'historiographe du roi avec une pension de deux mille francs. L'auteur y fait preuve d'érudition ; il a consulté les meilleures sources ; l'un des premiers, il a débroussaillé le chaos des premiers siècles de notre histoire (Hoefer). Son Histoire de France commence à Clovis et se termine en 1715 à la mort de Louis XIV. Une source fondamentale au même titre que les Histoires de France de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Pages d'Histoire - Librairie Clio [Paris, France]
2009-03-07 03:13:47
Patarol, Lorenzo.
1722. 8vo. (38), 239, (1) pp. Title-page printed in red and black. With engraved frontispiece (Jo. Segala inc. / J. Juster sc.) and 125 coin engravings in the text. Contemoprary full calf with giltstamped label to gilt spine. All edges sprinkled red. Third, expanded edition of this important work, first published by Bortoli in 1702 and to be reprinted several more times. - Binding rubbed, extremeties bumped and damaged. Interior clean; a small edge defect to leaf C2 repaired by a former owner. Lipsius 307. OCLC 8984097. ICCU UBOE\001738. Cf. Jöcher/Adelung V, 1656.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2009-03-03 19:14:46
LAMY BERNARD.
apud Laurentium Basilium,, Venetiis, 1722. Cm. 18, pp. (32) 783 (1). Vignetta al frontespizio, capolettera decorati e 11 belle tavole incise in rame e ripiegate fuori testo. Leg, coeva in cart. alla rustica con nervi passanti e titoli manoscritti. Esemplare freschissimo ed in perfetto stato di conservazione. Marginoso, in barbe. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2009-03-01 21:15:02
MANZOLLI PIETRO ANGELO)
apud Joannem Hofhout,, Rotterdam, 1722. Cm. 15, pp. 16, 407 (47). Bell'antiporta incisa e frontespizio in rosso e nero con vignetta centrale. Leg. in pergamena rigida. Esemplare marginoso e pulito, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Stimata edizione di questa celebre opera che affascinò letterati italiani e soprattutto francesi per almeno due secoli. Dell'autore, di Stellata vicino Ferrara, si hanno scarse notizie e i biografi lo descrivono talvolta come ecclesiastico oppure medico, alchimista o addirittura mago. Pubblicata con uno pseudonimo per involarsi alle ricerche dell'inquisizione, l'opera si distingue per alcuni passi arditissimi contro il mondo ecclesiastico tanto che, scoperti solo dopo la morte dell'autore, la censura aveva in animo di dissotterrare il corpo del Manzolli e arderlo per empietà. Cfr. Melzi II, 304. Brunet e Caillet citano quest'edizione dichiarandola migliore di tutte le altre.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2009-02-28 05:10:40
Eustachius, Bartholomeo.
R. & G.Wetstenisu,, Amsterdam, 1722 - Amsterdam, R. & G.Wetstenisu, 1722. 36x23 cm. XLIV, 115 S. (1) w. S., (11) S. Index, (1) w. S. Mit einer gestoch. Titelvignette und 47 Kupfertafeln (davon 6 Tafeln in Altkolorit). Ldr.-Bd. der Zeit mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung. Zweite Ausgabe. - Vgl. Garrison-Morton 391 (für Erstausgabe 1714): "A romantic history attaches to this fine collection of plates, drawn by Eustachius himself and completed in 1552. They remained unprinted and forgotten in the Vatican Library until discovered in the early 18th century and were then presented by Pope Clement XI to his physician, Giovanni Maria Lancisi. The latter published them in 1714 together with his own notes. These copperplates are more accurate than the work of Vesalius. Singer was of the opinion that had they appeared in 1552 Eustachius would have ranked with Vesalius as one of the founders of modern anatomy. He discovered the Eustachian tube, the thoracic duct, the adrenals and the abducens nerve, and gave the first accurate description of the uterus. He also described the cochlea, the muscles of the throat and the origin of the optic nerves." Bartolomeo Eustachi, lat. Eustachius (* zwischen 1500 und 1513 in San Severino in der Nähe von Macerata; † 27. August 1574 in Umbrien) war ein italienischer Arzt und einer der Mitbegründer der Anatomie. Eustachi lebte ab 1549 in Rom, wo er an der Collegia della Sapienza, der späteren Universität von Rom, lehrte. Er erforschte und beschrieb viele Strukturen des menschlichen Körpers, u. a. die Eustachische Röhre, die Nieren, den Uterus un … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat
2009-02-26 20:11:52
Celso Aulo Cornelio - Sammonico Quinto Sereno
Excudebat Josephus Cominus, Patavii. 2 parti con autonomo frontespizio e autonoma paginazione in un vol. in-8° (178x115mm), pp. (14), LXXII, 598, (32). Segue: Quinto Sereno Sammonico, De Medicina praecepta saluberrima. Ex Editione Lugdunensi A. 1566. Rob. Constantini, cum hujus Notis, variisque lectionibus. Quid praeterea in hac ultima praestitum sit, ex Epistola ad Lectorem, Celso praefixa, intelligi potest, Patavii, excudebat Josephus Cominus, 1722, pp. (2), 115, (3) di explicit e catalogo tipografico, (2) bianche. Legatura settecentesca in p. pergamena rigida con titolo e fregi in oro su tassello in pelle al dorso. Tagli marmorizzati rossi, antiporta calcografica incisa da Giacomo Lidl con ritratto di Celso entro ovale. Al frontespizio, vignetta calcografica con impresa cominiana. Dedica a stampa di Giovan Battista Volpi a Giovan Battista Morgagni, testatine, capilettera e finalini riccamente istoriati e ornati in xilografia. La dedica al Morgagni è seguita, alle pp. in cifre romane, da un'avvertenza al lettore del Volpi, da un'epistola del Morgagni al Volpi relativa a Celso e alla sua opera, da dei Prolegomena di Theodor Jansson de Almeloveen, da una vita di Celso scritta da Johann Rhode, da un Indiculus delle edizioni di Celso a partire dalla princeps, da testimonianze di autori antichi intorno a Celso, da un indice degli scrittori menzionati da Celso estratto dalla Bibliotheca Latina del Fabricius. Impresa araldica cominiana incisa in xilografia al foglio di explicit finale della seconda parte. Ottimo esemplare in grande stato di freschezza. Edizione padovana settecen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2009-02-26 03:20:35
BARUFFALDI GIROLAMO.
Buonarrigo,, In Venezia, 1722. Cm. 18,5, pp. (16) 197 (3). Stemma arcadico inciso in rame al frontespizio e bei capolettera figurati. Leg. coeva in cart. alla rustica con nervi passanti e titoli ms. al dorso. Parte alta del piatto ant. un po' sporca, una lieve brunitura al frontespizio e due forellini di tarlo che interessano (senza grave danno) le ultime 2 carte. Peraltro buon esemplare, in barbe. Edizione originale, non comune di questo ricercato classico settecentesco. Molto utile l'indice dei vocaboli oscuri in cui si da spiegazione di termini locali, agricoli e di molte bevande (tra cui vini, succhi, ecc.). Non in Gamba, che cita l'edizione del 1758. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2009-02-25 20:23:39
Eckhart, Johann Georg von
Leipzig, Gleditsch 1722. 36 cm. 24 S., 694 Sp., (19) Seiten mit 4 Kupfertafeln, 1 gefalteten Stammtafel (= Spalten 105-106) und mehreren Stammtafeln im Text, Festeinband, Halbledereinband der Zeit mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung - Eckart, Lex. 59 - Ulrich II, 204 - Erstausgabe. Eccard (Eckhart), Historiograph des welfischen Gesamthauses, war wegen seiner quellen- und sprachgeschichtlichen Kenntnisse ein unentbehrlicher Mitarbeiter Leibniz' (NDB IV, 271). Enthält unter anderem: Stemma Witichindi Magni Ducis Saxonum; Origines serenissimae ac potentissimae domus Saxonicae; Probationes historiae genealogicae Marchionum Misnensium ex veterum principum Brunsvicensium stirpe; Probationes historiae genealogiae veterum Landgraviorum Thuringiae. Angebunden: Eccard, Johann Georg von: Origines serenissimae ac potentissimae familiae Habsburgo-Austriacae ex monvmentis veteribvs, scriptoribvs coætaneis, diplomatibvs, chartisque nvnc primvm continva serie ab origine prima ad Rvdolfvm Imp. vsqve demonstratæ, et S. Cæsareæ ac catholicæ majestati ... / a Jo. Georgio Eccardo ... Leipzig, Gleditsch 1721. (8) S., 264 Sp., (12) Seiten mit 2 gestochenen Textvignetten und 2 Kupfertafeln. - NDB IV, 271 - Eckart, Lex. 59 - Ulrich II, 280 - Erstausgabe. Kanten Schabspuren, papierbedingt leicht gebräunt. Mit Besitzeintrag von Adrianus Marinus Ledeboer (1797 - 1866, Arzt in Rotterdam, vergleiche Hirsch III, 714) - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-02-20 03:13:41
Bruin, Claas.
Amsterdam; 1722. ; Hendrik Bosch; title page with engraved vignette by A. van der Laan; 100 emblems with text in Latin and caption in Dutch by E. Verryke ; poetry by Claas Bruin; 8vo; contemp. vellum; (11), 201, (7) pp.Frontispiece missing; otherwise nice copy. Ref.: Landwehr, Emblem and Fable Books no. 84.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs [Middelburg, Netherlands]
2009-01-16 13:10:16
SEWEL, William.
0 - SEWEL, William. The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of the Christian people Called Quakers, Intermixed with Several Remarkable Occurences. London: Printed and Sold by by the Assigns of J. Sowle, 1722. 1st English ed. (12), 723, (19) pp. Folio. Contemporary panelled calf, artfully rebacked, spine with raised bands and gilt morocco spine label. Leather a little cracked and marked, but the binding is well restored. Upper margin of 30 leaves with branching wormhole not near text, minor soiling, spots, and creases, else a very good copy. Sabin 79602. European Americana 722/161. Smith (Friends) II:561. Handler 24. Presentation inscription in front, dated 1723 from William Dimsdale to Zachary Wyatt of Saffron Walden, following fly leaf with Wyatt's large calligraphic signature, title with 18th century signature of Francis Fry. The first English-language edition, following the "low Dutch" edition of 1717, and translated into English by Sewel himself. Sewell has also revised the text for this edition and added footnotes. This is the first comprehensive history of the Society of Friends. Sewel, a Dutch historian, spent 25 years researching and writing it, meaning to correct the misrepresentations of Croese's Historia Quakeriana (1695). He drew upon his personal correspondence with with Quaker leaders, as well as the works of Fox, Ludlow, and Clarendon. Included is material on the history of Penn's establishment of pennsylvania. The DNB writes of Sewell's work: "Its accuracy has never been impugned, and it remains a classical authority." Sewell's history has the distin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: G.S. MacManus Co., ABAA [U.S.A.]
2009-01-10 04:11:04
Lundius (Lund), Johannes
Hamburg, Johann Wolfgang Fickweiler, 1722. 19 Bl., 1090 (recte 1088) S., 71 Bl. Mit gestochenem Porträt, gestochenem Frontispiz und 30 Kupfertafeln (davon 1 doppelblattgroß und 3 gefaltet). Fol. Pergament der Zeit in modernem Pappschuber. Voluminöses und reich ausgestattetes Judaicum "das noch nicht seinen Werth verloren hat" (ADB). - Johann Lund (1638-1686) aus Flensburg war Diakon in Tondern, sein Hauptwerk wurde erstmals 1695 in Oktav und ohne Illustrationen durch seinen Sohn herausgegeben. Die vorliegende illustrierte Folio-Ausgabe durch den Orientalisten und Gottorffischen Generalsuperintendenten Heinrich Muhl (1666-1733) erschien erstmals 1701 und wurde in mehreren Auflagen eine geschätzte Grundlage für das Verständnis der Heiligen Schrift im 18. Jahrhundert. - Behandelt in fünf Teilen: I. Von der Stiffts-Hütten, dero Verfertigung, Geräthen, Versetzung; II. Von dem Tempel, so wol dem ersten als dem andern; III. Von den Hohen- und andern Priestern, deren Kleidung, Salbung, Amte; IV. Von den Leviten, deren Ursprung und Aemtern, zur Zeit der Stiffts-Hütte und des Tempels; V. Von dem täglichen Gottesdienst der alten Hebräer, in und ausser der Stiffts-Hütte und Tempel. - Die schönen Kupfer zeigen Gerätschaften, Kleidung und Örtlichkeiten des jüdischen Ritus (Bundeslade, Schaubrottisch, ehernes Meer etc.). - Etwas gebräunt und vereinzelt gering stockfleckig, gegen Ende stellenweise minimaler Wasserrand im Fußsteg. Das Pergament des Einbandes leicht fleckig. Schönes Exemplar des gewichtigen Judaicums, gut geschützt in einem gepolsterten Pappschuber. *Vgl. ADB XIX, 637. Fü … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel [DE]
2008-12-29 00:55:36
by A Faithful Reporter Of The Case.
London: A Moore. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1722. Hardcover. Parliament; Holland; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Headpieces and tail piece b/w; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 27 pages; 1 vol. The Rump Examin'd; With Its Secrets Discover'd and Laid Open: setting forth it's random proceedings, dark doings, points strained, dirty work, many divisions, fallings out, fresh supplies, reports spread abroad, military affairs, backwardness in proceedings, misapplications, miscarriages, and downfall; . And how far Holland was nearly concerned in it's affairs. Recommended to the persual of all free-holders of Great B-----. By a faithful reporter of the case. Rumpatur, quisquis rumpitur Invidia. Mart. Enter'd in the Hall Book. London: A Moore, 1722. 8vo, 19th-century 3/4 brown morocco & marbled bds. ; rubbed. Some internal smudging & minor worming. Armorial bookplate of Edwin D. Morgan, Jr. [4], 27, [1] pp. Political satrire on [Lord Cobham? ]NUC 0510905, locating 2 copies; OCLC 83321401 (citing 4 electronic reproductions of copy at Harvard) ; ESTCN 1306 Graphic of title page portrayed, graphic of volume itself available. RARE .
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2008-12-05 02:02:58
De L'Isle ( Delisle ), Guillaume
Paris: De L'Isle (Chez L'Auteur Sur le Quay de l'Horloge), 1722. Very good, heavy paper, early outline color. An increasingly uncommon early state (peninsular California) of this historically significant map of the Americas. The image extends eastward to the northwestern coast of Africa and Iberian peninsula. This map is well referenced (see Portinaro & Knirsch, 114). Guillaume De LiIsle was a pupil of JD Cassini (see the revised edition of Tooley's "Dictionary of Mapmakers", Map Collector Publications), and was a very prominent figure in French European Enlightenment cartography, known for his insitence on accuracy. Philippe Buache was his son-in-law. The attractive image measures 19x23 inches, with the right lower margin trimmed a bit close (about 1/4 inch outside neatiline)..
Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books
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2008-12-05 02:02:58
De L'Isle ( Delisle ), Guillaume
De L'Isle (Chez L'Auteur Sur le Quay de l'Horloge), Paris 1722 - Very good, heavy paper, early outline color. An increasingly uncommon early state (peninsular California) of this historically significant map of the Americas. The image extends eastward to the northwestern coast of Africa and Iberian peninsula. This map is well referenced (see Portinaro & Knirsch, 114). Guillaume De LiIsle was a pupil of JD Cassini (see the revised edition of Tooley's "Dictionary of Mapmakers", Map Collector Publications), and was a very prominent figure in French European Enlightenment cartography, known for his insitence on accuracy. Philippe Buache was his son-in-law. The attractive image measures 19x23 inches, with the right lower margin trimmed a bit close (about 1/4 inch outside neatiline).
Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books
2008-12-04 03:21:30
BONANNI, Filippo
Rome: Giorgio Placho, 1722. First Edition. Hardcover. Small library ink stamp on the verso of the title page and a small skimmed spot on the spine from the removal of a sticker. Occasional small marginal closed tear, some neatly repaired on verso. Darkening to vellum. Near Fine copy. Quarto (6-1/2" x 9") bound in contemporary full vellum. [xvi], 170, [1] pages. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece, an engraved dedication page, and 138 lovely full-page copper engravings of various instruments, some quite fanciful, played by people from different cultures in their native costumes (numbered I-CXXXVI, with two plates numbered XII-XIII and XIII-XIV; two plates with duplicate numbers but different images XXIX and LXXVIII; and two unnumbered plates. The scarce First Issue (Brunet, column 1086). The Second Issue, as well as the 1723 edition, had 151 plates with additional text in the index. A beautifully illustrated book and one of the principal sources for the history of musical instruments in the 18th century as well as being one of the earliest attempts to describe and depict every known musical instrument from the ancient times. Each instrument is illustrated being played by a native from its region of origin giving the book additional interest ethnologically and for its costumes. The work is dedicated to King David, who is shown playing the harp in the frontispiece. Of especial interest is the folding plate depicting the surreal and magnificent organ designed by Michele Todino for the Palazzo Signori Verospi in Rome. The learned Jesuit polymath, Filippo Bonanni (1638&#150 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Charles Agvent
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2008-12-03 17:53:20
GORDON Pat
London , Knaplock . , 1722 , in12 1/2 toile bordeaux , 416pp , 16 cartes dépliantes hors texte Reliure récente. Manque une partie de la carte Asie . Premières pages légèrement défraichies. Langue: Français
Bookseller: Librairie Nord Sud [kervignac, France]
2008-11-30 15:34:23
Le Maistre de Sacy, Isaac-Louis,; 1613-1684. [Approbation, L'Abbé Courcier; L Caron, Curé de S. Pierre aux Boeufs; Blampignon, Chescier & Curé de S. Merry; T. Roulland; Ph. Dubois; Carpot; J. Desessartz; Delaune, Syndic.] Guillaume Desprez.[d'Isaac Lemaistre de Sacy, avec commentaire dû notamment à Charles Huré, Louis Touret, dit Touret de Sainte-Catherine, et Henri-Charles Beaubrun. Marque à la Foi ; Bandeau ill.]
A Paris : Chez Guillaume Desprez, Imprimeur & Libraire ordinaire du Roi, rue Saint-Jacques, à S. Prosper & aux trois Vertus, M., 1722. A Paris : Chez Guillaume Desprez, Imprimeur & Libraire ordinaire du Roi, rue Saint-Jacques, à S. Prosper & aux trois Vertus, M. DCCXXII. (1722), Avec Approbations & Privilege du Roy., 1722. Very Good. xxiv-[3]-632 pp. ; 20 cm. ; OCLC: 13530060 ; Bibles Paris, 4777 ; Darlow and Moule; #3785 ; Bible. N.T. Catholic Epistles. French. Le Maistre de Sacy. 1722.; Bible.; N.T.; Catholic Epistles.; Latin.; 1722 ; Contemporary 18th century full leather with raised bands ; marbled endpapers ; some woodcut headers and decorative elements ; from the royal press of Guillaume Desprez ; remains of tooling on cover edges ; hinges tight ; some slight worm holes on covers, not affecting text ; corners bumped ; all edges gilt ; one o r two marginalia, otherwise clean ; foxing ; each letter followed by a literal explanation and a spiritual interpretation ; Text in French and Latin in parallel columns; commentary in French./ Printer's device on title page; headpieces, initials, ta ilpieces throughout./ Includes bibliographical references as marginalia and indexes ; only four copies held worldwide: Universiteit Utrecht, The Atheneum, Ohio, Bowdoin University, and Emory University, Atlanta ; Travail de vers dans les plats ; ple in chagrin, dos à 5 nerfs, titre et ornements dorés, tranches dorées (reliure d'époque), gardes marbrées ; traduits en François, avec une explication tirée des Ss. Peres & des Auteurs Ecclesiastiques ; VG
Bookseller: Joseph Valles - Books [Stockbridge, GA, U.S.A.]
2008-11-21 08:43:51
Hueber, Philibert.
Leipzig, Johann Friedrich Gleditsch, 1722.. (14), 309 (recte: 308) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz. Mit gest. Frontispiz, 2 gest. Kopfstücken, 45 (dav 3 gefalt.) Kupfertafeln und 5 Textholzschnitten. Mod. Pappband mit zeitgenöss. goldgepr. rotem Rückenschildchen. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. Folio.. Erste Ausgabe. - Das erste gedruckte Urkundenwerk Österreichs, außerdem das erste, das sich ausführlich mit der Sphragistik (dazu 38 Tafeln) befaßt. Das Frontispiz und eine Vignette mit Ansichten von Melk, dessen Stiftsarchivar der Autor war. "Hat bis heute seine Bedeutung nicht verloren" (Coreth). Enthält über 700 Urkunden in chronologischer Folge bis 1599. - Papierbedingt durchgehend etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. - Ebert 10338. Graesse III, 383. Wurzbach IX, 386. Coreth 99.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2008-11-01 09:34:11
ANONYME
à Paris: chez Louis Denis Delatour & Pierre Simon, 1722. Fine. chez Louis Denis Delatour & Pierre Simon, à Paris 1722, in 4 (23,5x17cm), 7pp., Un Vol. broché. - First Edition. Paperback. Covered with a blue nineteenth recycled paper. Judgment which was printed last year of the regency of the Duke of Orleans, Louis XV will be crowned king in October of the same year, which confirms the previous orders on games. While the ban was especially people of condition, it now affects all about the kingdom. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Broché. Recouvert d'un papier bleu XIXe de réemploi. Arrêt qui fut imprimé la dernière année de la régence du duc d'Orléans, Louis XV sera sacré roi en octobre de la même année, et qui entérine les précédentes ordonnances au sujet des jeux. Alors que l'interdiction visait surtout les personnes de condition, elle touche désormais tout sujet du royaume.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2008-07-24 14:47:10
[ Colonia, Dominique de ]
[n.p.: Lyon], 1722 First edition of this comprehensive annotated bibliography of Jansenist publications, with a brief section also on quietist works. This book was reprinted in 1731, 1735,1739, and 1744, and expanded by Patouillet in 1752 and 1755, but this first edition is uncommon. OCLC lists copies at UCLA, the University of Arizona, Yale, the Library of Congress, Strasboug, and Utrecht. Contemporary sheep. Gilt spine with burgundy morocco label. . Twelvemo. Corners, head of spine lightly worn. Faint old library stamp on title-page ("Ecole Theologie"). A good, clean copy. Dominique de Colonia (1660-1741) was a Jesuit and a passionate anti-Jansenist, who spotted Jansenist tendencies in a number of texts of highly esteemed religious writers. This work was itself controversial, and was put on the Index Librorum Prohibitorum, where it remained until at least1900, when Pope Leo XIII's Index did not list it.Jansenism was a branch of French Catholic thought that grew out of the Counter-Reformation. Originating in the writings of Cornelius Jansen (1585-1638), it stressed original sin, the necessity for divine grace, and asceticism. It was the most divisive force in the Catholic Church between the time of Jansen and the French Revolution, though today it is seen as a modernizing influence.
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB [US]
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