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        Mona Antiqua Restauranta

      Dublin: Aaron Rhames for Robert Owen, 1723 An Archaeological Discourse on the Antiquities, natural and historical of the Isle of Anglesey, the Ancient Seat of the British Druids. In two essays. With an appendix, containing a comparative table of Primitive words, and the derivatives of them in several tongues of Europe, with remarks upon them. Together with some letters, and three catalogs, added thereunto. 1. Of the Members of Parliament from the County of Anglesey. 2. Of the High Sheriffs. 3. Of the Beneficed Clergy. In contemporary brown full leather covers with Gilt P and crown to center, a little worn and bumped at corners and edges. Spine is more recent, raised bands, gilt tooling, titles on leather labels in gilt. Internally, new endpapers, bookplate of William Arthur Sixth Duke of Portland to fep, ink No to ffep, half title, ink name of Walter Bowman to verso, title page in red and black ink within double lined borders, pencil, note at head, nice map of Anglesey by Jn Gibson tipped in with a note to verso in old ink stating NB This map does not belong to the Dublin edition, dedication, preface, subscribers list, [12], (viii), [4], 383 pp, 10 pl, 1 map. (the 2 nd part has its own TP). A very nice copy.(ESTC T139797. COPAC & WorldCat)

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        Fundamenta chymiae dogmaticae & experimentalis

      Nürnberg: Adelbulner für Endter, 1723 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (210x168 mm), iv, 255, [12] pp., endpapers renewed; title browned and soiled, verso stamped and with ms. note in ink; here and there backed" at joint, occasional dampstaining, browning and soiling. Modern half calf gilt with 4 raised bands. ---- <br><br> Norman 2005; D.S.B.; Partington II, 662-64; Blake 430. Duveen 560. Neu 3900. Ferchl 513. Cole 1244, Honeyman 2895. - First Edition. Stahl was the originator of the phlogiston theory, which dominated chemistry until the end of the 18th century. Stahl took the structure of his theory from Becher, who had stated air, water and earth to be the three elementary principles with water and earth the basis of all material things, and who had further subdivided the principle of earth into the three principles of substantiality, combustibility and weight/ductility/volatility. Stahl elaborated from Becher&#39;s "second earth" a new chemical principle, phlogiston, a substance representing the principle of combustibility that combined with other chemical substances to form compounds. Experimental evidence for the existence of phlogiston came largely from metals and minerals, particularly from the reversible relationship of metals and their calces: when a metal was heated intensely, its phlogiston was driven off and a calx appeared, but when phlogiston was reintroduced to the calx (by heating it with carbon, oil, pitch or other phlogiston-rich materials), the metal reappeared. Air did not combine with phlogiston but received it when it was liberated during combustion; air could absorb only a limited amount of phlogiston, and when that limit was reached, combustion could not longer take place. The flaws in the phlogiston theory are obvious, and it did not survive the 18th century; however, it served as an important link between the older chemical concepts and the new, an attempt to modify the existing intellectual framework in order to account for new experimental observations (Norman). "Johann Samuel Carl, a student of Stahl&#39;s, arranged these lecture notes of Stahl&#39;s for publication with the author&#39;s approval. The lectures were first delivered in 1684 and manuscript copies being "abroad led to this authorized version..

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        Nouissima, et accurata Maris Caspij. Fere nobis incogniti Regionumque adiacentium Delineatio Iussu Petri Alexij Fil. Magni Russorum Principis

      Rainer Ottens.. 1723.. A most attractive map with early outline hand colour, vertical fold, barely visible diagonal crease upper half of map, few very pale small brown spots, otherwise a clean and bright image. Numbering in red pencil, few annotations in pencil and light number stamp on reverse however not at all visible from front of map or affecting image. Sheet measures 46.6 x 60.2cm. .

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        D. Junii Juvenalis et A. Persii Flacci Satirae. Interpretatione ac notis illustravit Ludovicus Prateus, Rhetoricae Professor Emeritus; jussu Christianissimi Regis, in usum Serenissimi Delphini

      Londini : typis Sam. Palmer, impensis J. & B. Sprint, R. Wilkin..., 1723. Edition quinta. Physical description: [16], 412, [68]p. ; 20cm. Subjects: Latin poetry. Notes: Title page in black and red. Head- and tail-pieces with historiated initials. Index [68]p. at end. Referenced by: English Short Title Catalog, T123238. Language: Latin. Very good copy bound in contemporary full vellum, with a partial gilt-leather label to spine. Spine bands slightly worn - panel edges somewhat dulled and rubbed as with age. General surface wear as with age. POS to ffep. Minor instances of previous owner&#39;s marginalia. Pages lightly foxed in margins. Remains quite well-preserved overall.

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        Carmina Quadragesimalia ab Aedis Christi Oxon: Alumnis composita et ab ejusdem dis Baccalaureis determinantibus

      Oxonii: Ex Theatro Sheldoniano, MDCCXXIII [-MDCCXLVIII] [1723 & 1748]. Two quarto volumes bound as one: 2 p.l., 168 p.; 4 p.l., 151, [3] p. (2 ll., A-X4; 4 p.l., A-T 4, t2); 23 cm. Titles continue: in schola naturalis philosophioe publice recitata. Vol. 1 is edited by Charles Este and vol. 2 by Antony Parsons. Vol. 2 is dated 1748. College verse by students of Christ Church,Oxford. Bound in full leather by Dragonfly Bindery, George and Pat Sargent; very good. Stock#OB534.

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        An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations

      Complete 3-volume set. 8vo. Full calf with raised bands and gilt spine lettering and decorations. 6pp, ix, lxv, 360pp; vi, 514pp; v, 499pp. Marbled page edges and endpapers. Very good. Mild edgewear, but with spine gilt bright and fresh. A tight, handsome later printing of this seminal work of political economy by the Scottish philosopher (1723-90), first published in 1776 and often considered the first modern text on economics. Inner flyleaf of Volume I bears an interesting nonauthorial gift inscription: "Presented by the Trustees / of / Manchester College, York / To / Mr. Richard Martineau / As the Third Prize / for Diligence, Regularity, and / Proficiency / during the Session of 1820-21. / Will&#39;m. Turner / Visitor." Martineau (1804-65) was a cousin of noted English writer and social theorist Harriet Martineau, himself a partner in Whitbread&#39;s Brewery and wealthy businessman. WILLIAM TURNER (1788-1853) was an English Unitarian minister and biographer who tutored philosophy and mathematics at Manchester College from 1809 to 1827. Each front pastedown also bears the handsome armorial bookplate of book collector Christopher Freville Huntley (1912-2008). An attractive early set of this important treatise with an interesting provenance to boot.

      [Bookseller: Main Street Fine Books & Manuscripts, AB]
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        Qui Contient Les Ceremonies Religieuses Des Peuples Des Indes Occidentales (Tome Premier, Premiere Partie + Seconde Partie) (Ceremonies Et Coutumes Religieuses Des Peuples Idolatres, : Representees par des Figures dessinees de la main de Bernard Picard; Avec une Explication Historique, & quelques Dissertations curieuses)

      J.F. Bernard 1723 - 2 volumes bound as one. Tall folio. 40 cm. Full contemporary calf binding. 6 raised bands. Good binding. Minor wear to cover. 212 + 152 pages. A handsome copy with lovely engravings throughout. Concerns the religion of the New World, Africa, Persia, Asia, and India. (Technically vol. 6 and 7.) Provenance: William Sumner Appleton's (1840?1903)copy. Appleton's stamp on title pages and at least one of the plates. Sabin 62600. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Whitehall Evening-Post (18 editions)

      W Wilkins, Printer, Dolphin, London, 1723 18 copies, each copy is 2 sheets with 4 pages of London Whitehall local News! & would run for 3 days. ( + 1 copy of the Kaleidoscope; or Literary and Scientific Mirror for June 21, 1825 - 10 pages) The Whitehall Evening-Post editions are (with the main news article) No 777, Sep 3, 1723, Launching of the Prince George a 90 gun Man of War. No 788, Sep 26, 1723, Arrival in Bristol of Capt Joseph Axford from Barbadoes. No 797, Oct 17, 1723. No 809, Nov 14, 1723. No 813, Nov 23, 1723. No 815, Nov 28, 1723. No 816, Nov 30, 1723. No 817, Dec 3, 1723. No 819, Dec 7, 1723. No 823, Dec 17, 1723. No 824, Dec 19, 1723. No 828, Dec 28, 1723. No 829, Dec 31, 1724. No 834, Jan 11, 1724. No 835, Jan 14, 1724. No 838, Tues 21, 1724. No 840, Jan 25, 1724. & Finally No 853, Feb 25, 1724. Most sheets have news from abroad, home, prices of Stocks & adverts. Not much has changed!

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        Istoria delle guerre della repub[b]lica Fiorentina, successe nel tempo che la Casa de Medici s'impadroni del governo: scritta da Benedetto Varchi, istorico Fiorentino, colla Vite dell' istesso, et un discorso, o apologia de Lorenco de Medici sopra la nascita et morte d'Alessandro de Medici, primo Duca di Firenze .

      Pietro Vander Aa, Leide [Leiden] 1723 - Pagination: it is divided between numbered and un-numbered pages, as well as numbered columns: 2 leaves; 12 pages; 2 leaves; 8 pages; columns numbered 1-68; 2 leaves. Title page in red and black. There are 10 full-page engraved portraits and a folding family tree of the Medicis, all in pristine condition. Two previous owners' bookplates on front paste-down. Apart from gentle age-yellowing and widely scattered tiny dots, the text is free of blemishes of any kind. There is a 1.5cm worm hole to front paste-down and front free end-paper. The spine is ruled and lettered in gilt. Light rubbing to boards. Binding solid. First published in 1721, this work was re-issued in 1722 and 1723. A subsequent edition was published in 1804-1805. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De antiquitatibus Hortae coloniae etruscorum libri tres. Editio tertia aucta & recognita

      ex typographia Rocchi Bernabò, Romae 1723 - Legatura coeva in piena pelle con nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello al ds. (lievi tracce di usura). Tagli colorati. Timbretto al frontis. altrimenti ottimo e freschissimo esemplare. Questa terza edizione contiene per la prima volta il terzo Libro e l Appendice. Raro. Importante studio storico ed archeologico arricchito da una bella veduta a volo d uccello della città di Orte e da una carta geografica del territorio. Ranghiasci, p. 128. 4to (cm. 23,5), XXII-511(1) pp., 102 pp. Frontis. in rosso e nero, ritratto f.t., 7 tavv. f.t. (di cui 4 rip.) e alcune n.t.

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        Oeuvres Diverses de Mr Rousseau

      London - Jacob Tonson and Jean Watts, 1723 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. The works of Jean-Baptiste Rousseau. First edition. Complete in two volumes. With beautifully decorative head and tail pieces throughout both volumes, and an engraved frontispiece to volume I. Jean-Baptiste Rousseau (6 April 1671 17 March 1741) was a French poet. He was born in Paris, the son of a shoemaker, and was well educated. As a young man, he gained favour with Boileau, who encouraged him to write. He went to London as an attache with the French diplomat Tallard, and, in days when literature still led to high position, seemed likely to achieve success. His poems, as yet printed only singly or in manuscript, acquired him a great reputation, due to the dearth of genuine lyrical poetry between Jean Racine and Andre de Chenier. In 1701 he was made a member of the Academie des inscriptions. Few writers were so frequently reprinted during the 18th century. With bookplate of Chillingham Castle to pastedowns and copperplate inscription to front free endpaper of volume II; The Earl of Tankerville, his Lordship&#39;s book, 1736. Condition: In calf bindings. Externally, rather worn; all boards held by cords only. Internally, front blank of volume I and rear free endpaper of volume II are detached, but textblocks complete andotherwise generally firmly bound. Small numbered label to both front free endpapers. Generally bright and clean but with the odd spot. Well preserved for its age - would benefit from a sympathetic rebind. Overall: GOOD ONLY with a very good interior.

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        [Emblem Book] Huwelyk, dat is, het gantsche beleyt des Echten Staats; Afgedeelt in zes Hooft-stukken; Maegt, Vryster, Bruyt, Vrouwe, Modeder, Weduwe

      t&#39; Amsterdam: Anthony Schoonenburg, 1723. Later printing. Three-quarter Calf. Fine. 16mo; engraved t-p, [21], 538pp, two hand-colored plates (one folding, and rare, showing children playing with crossbows, flying kites, doing handstands, and . . . ) and 35 half-page text engravings. Bound in three quarter calf over marbled boards, the flat spine in five compartments divided by gilt rules, with a red morocco label lettered in gilt. The binding is square and the tight, the pages (and particularly the plates) clean and bright. A Fine copy. Graesse I, 85. ADB IV, 72f. Later edition (originally published in 1625) of the Dutch statesman and poet&#39;s famous handbook on marriage dealing with the six chapters of a woman&#39;s life (by way of comparison to the seven ages of man): youth, sweetheart, bride, woman, mother, and widow. Originally published in 1625, with engravings by Breugel&#146;s pupil, Adriaan van de Venne.

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        The Antiquities of Berkshire. With A large Appendix of many Valuable Original Papers, Pedigrees of the most considerable Families in said County and a particular account of the Castle, College and Town of Windsor

      London: Flower-de-Luce. 1723. Hardcover. 3 vols. cxxviii + 194pp & 195-580 [4]pp & 210 [2] 211-214 [2] 217-428pp. Contemporary panelled calf rebacked and recornered with contrasting spine labels bearing gilt titles, armorial bookplate to front pastedown of each volume, lacks portrait frontis of Ashmole and engraved map bound in vol.3 and not vol.1 as called for in Upcott, genealogical tables (some folding), occasional marginal notes in near contemporary hand and several additions to the index in the same hand, browning to foredge of the title page of vol.3, small burn hole in leaf D of vol.3 not affecting text. This is the variant with the reprinted title page dated 1723 but with pagination and register matching that of the 1719 edition (Upcott, p.9). ESTC T140220. Elias Ashmole (1617-1692) was an antiquary and astrologer whose life straddles the upheavals of 17th century England. Although a committed royalist he met and developed a lifelong friendship with the astrologer William Lily, who, at the time of their meeting, was making predictions favourable to the parliaments cause. Ashmole&#39;s career as an antiquary seems to start in the 1650s, when he catalogued the Tradescant collection, the ealiest known catalogue of an English &#39;Cabinet of Curiosities&#39;. His interests as an antiquary were given further impetus when he met and became friends with William Dugdale in the mid 1650s. Although not published until after his death, Ashmole had begun collecting material for this book in 1667. Ashmole&#39;s extensive collections would eventually be given to Oxford University on the condition that they built a suitable building to house them. That building opened in 1683 as the Ashmolean Museum, the first public museum in modern Europe., 8vo .

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        Les antiquités romaines. Traduites en francois. Avec des notes historiques, geographiques,... par M***

      Paris, Lottin 1723.. 2 vols. 4°. 3 Bll., LXXII, 38, XXIV, 575 (1); XXXIX (1) 694 S. Mit 8 gefalt. Kupferkarten. Ldr. d. Zt. Kap. bestoßen. Gelenke etw. brüchig. Brunet II, 727:; Ebert 6229 - "Traduction la plus estimée". Umfaßt die Zeit von der Gründung Roms bis zum 1. Punischen Krieg.

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        Histoire de l&#39; Academie Royale des Sciences. Annee M. DCCXXI. Avec le memoires de mathematique & de physique, pour la meme annee. Tires des registres de cette academie

      Paris: de l&#39;imprimerie Royale, 1723. First edition. Hardcover. 4to. pp. [6], 108, 324. Engraved frontispiece and 16 fold-out plates &#150; 3 of which are maps (2 maps of the Caspian Sea region and 1 map showing the retreat of the Greek Ten-Thousand from their expedition against Persia. Other plates contain botanical, geometrical and mechanical illustrations. Occasional diagrams are also printed with the text. Re-backed preserving original mottled calf boards &#150; leather is well-worn, rubbed and crackling but treated to prevent further deterioration; board edges are restored. Some of the gilt outer border on front and rear boards is restored. Interior is generally clean with some scattered light marginal foxing. Several pages show moderate toning / foxing. Occasional minor marginal chips; tiny marginal tear on frontis neatly sealed; 50 mm tear carefully sealed on one of the Caspian map plates. One plate edge overlaps the text block. Provenance: Appears to be the gilt coat of arms of John 2nd Duke of Montagu on both the front and the rear covers. The arms incorporate those of his wife Lady Mary Churchill, daughter of Sir John Churchill the 1st Duke of Marlborough. Montague was a member of the Royal Society and Knight of the Garter. (Photos on request). Library ticket on verso of front end paper. Annual publication of the French Academie Royale des Sciences for the year 1721. Includes articles on physics, anatomy, chemistry, botany, algebra, geometry, astronomy, geography and mechanics by leading scientists of the time &#150; i.e. Jean Jacques Mairan, Jacques Cassini, Pierre Varignon, Jacques Eugene de Louville, Rene Antoine Reaumur, Sebastien Vaillant, and others.

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        A Collection of Old Ballads. Corrected from the best and most Ancient Copies Extant. With Introductions Historical, Critical, or Humourous. Illustrated with Copper Plates. The Second Edition

      London: J. Roberts, D. Leach, and J. Batley, 1723 , 1725. Second edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Complete in three volumes. London: vols. I & II, London: J. Roberts and D. Leach, 1723; vol.III, London: J. Roberts, D. Leach, and J. Batley, 1725. 12mo. [ii],[i]-viii,[ii],[1]-286 (for 287),[1]pp.; [iv],[i]-xi,[v],[1]-266,[2]pp.; [iv],[i]-xii,[vi],[1]-263,[1]pp. §A compilation usually attributed to Ambrose Philips. Vol.I, Case 326 (1) (b) - plate facing p.221 here at p.223. Vol.II, Case 326 (2) (a) - plate facing p.137 here at p.140; first edition; lacks plate at p.118 (as in old Harvard copy - Case). Vol.III, not in Case {a variant of Case 326 (3) (a)} - a reissue of the scarcer 1725 edition with cancel title-page on which Leach&#39;s address reads "In Black and White-Court, in the Old-Bailey" (ESTC). A good set, touch of occasional browning & soiling, lately very neatly professionally rebound in quarter-calf, contrasting labels (reading Phillips&#39; Ballads), gilt lettering & decoration, marbled boards.

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        The Antiquities of Berkshire

      London, for W. Mears, and J. Hooke,, 1723. With A large Appendix of many Valuable Original Papers, Pedigrees of the most considerable Families in the said County, and a particular Account of the Castle, College, and Town of Windsor. 3 volumes, octavo. Contemporary sprinkled calf, dark green morocco numbering and lettering pieces, gilt rules, covers panelled in gilt, red sprinkled edges. Large folding county map incorporating view of Windsor Castle as frontispiece, the map coloured in outline; genealogical tables in text, of which 11 are folding; engraved vignette on vol. III, Zz1 recto; woodcut title vignettes and tailpieces. Bookplates of Joshua Smith MP, Stoke Park, Erlestoke, Wiltshire; later library shelfmarks on front pastedowns. A little skilful repair to extremities, an excellent set. The first county history of Berkshire. The astrologer and antiquary Elias Ashmole (1617&#150;1692) was appointed to the College of Arms as Windsor Herald of Arms in Ordinary in 1660. In 1667, he began collecting information for this book, but it was not to be published until after his death. Although well suited to the role and highly active in it, Ashmole resigned as Windsor herald in 1675, evidently disillusioned by factional strife within the college, and, despite pressure from many in high places, refused to take heraldic office of any kind thereafter. First published in 1719, this is the second edition; a third was published at Reading in 1736. Sir Walter Scott used Ashmole&#39;s lengthy account of the murder of Amy Robsart, the Earl of Leicester&#39;s secret wife, as the primary source for his Elizabethan novel Kenilworth.

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        Norfolcia Antiqua & Nova or, The Ancient and Modern History of the County of Norfolk and City of Norwich Containing Norfolk Part I: Giving an Account of the Ancient Inhabitants, and a Chorographical Description of the Towns and Villages, with the Lordships, and Gentlemen&#39;s Seats. The Dukes, Duchesses, and Earls of Norfolk Before the Conquest. The Baronets of this County, with the Time of their Creation, and Order of Standing. Persons of Note in this County, whose Birth Place or Abode are not Known. The Natural History of this County. Norfolk Part II: Containing an Account of the Bishops of the See of Norwich, the Ancient Monasteries, and Martyrs who Suffered in this County. Charity Schools set up in this County Before 1718. The Rectories and Vicarages of Norwich

      In the Savoy: Printed by E. and R. Nutt; and Sold by E. Bell at the Cross-Keys and Bible in Cornhill 1723. London 1723. Contemporary vellum. Quarto. 9&#39;&#39; x 7¼&#39;&#39;. Disbound containing title page and printed pages from 251-457 continuous. Five woodcut towns Coats of Arms, [lacking map?], very rare scale of distances from town to town. Manuscript index to the front free end papers, hand-written alphabetic index of various personages on eight pages to the rear. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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        Universa medicina practica, juxta veterum et recentiorum mentem efformata et aucta; observationibus, quaestionibus, consiliis ac controversis illustrata propriaque explicatione dilucidata.

      Nürnberg, J. D. Endter für J. Fr. Rüdiger, 1723. - 2 Teile in 1 Band. Olim in nucleo compendiose tradita, A. C. Weinhart in usum medicorum juniorum. Gestochenes Porträt-Frontispiz, (3 Bl.), 1036 S., (6 Bl., 1 Bl. Zwischentitel vor S. 523). 4°. Lederband der Zeit mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung. Erste Ausgabe dieser seltenen Universalmedizin. - Blake 275; Proksch I, 126. - Umfangreiches Handbuch mit zahlreichen Krankheitsbeschreibungen aus dem Gesamtgebiet der Medizin, zwei Jahre vor dem Tod seines Verfassers erschienen. Behandelt Kopfschmerzen, Schlaganfall, Paralyse, Krämpfe, Epilepsie, Schwindel, Zittern, Raserei, grauen Star, Taubheit, Ohren- und Zahnschmerzen, Asthma, Lungenentzündung, Masern, Pest etc. - Löw von Erlsfeld (1648-1725), Arzt in Prag, wurde dort 1682 Prof. der Medizin. Er war mehrfach Dekan der med. Fakultät und viermal Rektor der Universität. - Schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ephemerides meteorologicae Vratislavienses, ab anno MDCXII. (= 1692) ad annum hujus seculi secundum & vigesimum (= 1722), atque notationes barometricae & thermometricae anno MDCCX. (= 1710) inceptae & ad annum praesentem (= 1721) continuatae

      Leipzig, 1723. 22 cm. 2 Teile in 1 Band. (40), 844; (4), 126 Seiten Pergamentband der Zeit - Hirsch / Hübotter II, 816 (vgl.) - Lückenlose Folge astronomischer und meteorologischer Aufzeichnungen. Teil 1 enthält Ephemeriden und Wetteraufzeichnungen für jeden Tag vom 1. Januar 1692 bis 31. Dezember 1721; Teil 2 Luftdruck und Temperatur vom 18. April 1710 bis 31. Dezember 1721. Grebner (auch: Graebner, Gräbner; 1655 - 1737), studierte Medizin in Königsberg, wurde Physikus in Fraustadt und hielt sich später bis zu seinem Lebensende in Breslau auf. Gelenk restauriert, stellenweise schwach gebräunt - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        che Trattano del Moto dell&#39; Acque divisa in Tre Tomi

      Engraved vignette on first title & 45 folding plates (mostly woodcut but a few engraved). xxxvii, [1], 408 pp.; 2 p.l., 713 pp.; 2 p.l., 576 pp. Three vols. 4to, cont. vellum over boards, red morocco lettering piece on spines. Florence: Tartini & Franchi, 1723. First edition of this vast and important collection of Italian hydraulic literature. Because the Italians had pressing economic reasons to manage rivers, improve drainage, and construct harbors, many of the country&#39;s most skilled engineers and scientists over the centuries became involved in hydraulic projects. The collection contains both theoretical treatises and those dealing with specific rivers, marshes, and construction projects. The authors included are Archimedes, Albizi, Galileo, Castelli, Michelini, Borelli, Montanari, Viviani, Cassini, Guglielmini, Grandi, Manfredi, Piccard, and Narducci. Very good set. Ex Bibliotheca Mechanica. Riccardi, II, 330-31­"queste pregevoli compilazioni." .

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        Aesop&#39;s Fables

      London - Publisher unknown, 1723 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A scarce and early copy of this renowned collection of fables. Beautifully illustrated throughout, with manywoodcuts throughout the text. Although the title page is absent, the dedication is dated 1723. Samuel Croxall was an Anglican churchman, writer and translator, particularly noted forthis translation of Aesop&#39;s Fables. It is told in an easy colloquial style and followed by &#39;instructive applications&#39;. Croxall aimed his work at children. Condition: Rebound in a speckled calf binding with gilt lettering to the spine. Externally, rubbing to spine and extremities. Front board is held by the cords only. Rear hinge is slightly strained. Internally, firmly bound and bright. Some instances of light spotting and handling marks. Title page is absent. Paper repairs and some loss of text affecting dedication pages, and pages 197-202. Overall:GOOD ONLYdue to loss of text..

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        Memoirs of the Antiquities of Great-Brittain, Relating to the Reformation, &c

      London - H. Tracy, 1723 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. An extremely scarce First Edition of this anonymously-published history of Britain. Rebacked with the original boards, with gilt lettering. With five plates, including frontis. Collated complete. Includes decorative woodcut head- and tailpieces throughout. Bearstwo differentarmorial bookplates of Joseph Gillow, on the front free endpaper and the front blank, as well asnotes in ink signed by Gillow on the front pastedown and the reverse of the front blank. Joseph Gillow (18501921) was an English Roman Catholic antiquary and bio-bibliographer, the Plutarch of the English Catholics. Condition: The binding is tight and firm. The inner hinges are very slightly strained but still good and firm. There is only very mild wear to the extremities, with just very mild bumping, rubbing, and a dark discoloured mark to the rear board. Internally the pages have occasional spots and handling marks and very mild browning. The front free endpaper to the frontis is detached, with chipping to the edges. Overall the condition is very good..

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      Imp. Juan de Ariztia, Madrid 1723 - XXVIII + 176 pp + 6 pp 15 x 20'5 cm Pergamino con pasadores Manchas Falta hoja cortesía delante y detras y tapa. Con nombres de la época escritos sobre el pergamino. "Consonancias metricas de la bien templada Lyra de APOLO que a la reverente catholica accion de aver ido acompañando sus Majestades al Ssmo. Sacramento que iba a darse por viatico a una Enferma, el dia 28 de Noviembre de 1.722 cantaron los mejores Cisnes de España". Dedicado a la Reina Isabel de Farnesio.

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      1723. QUINCY, John. PRAELECTIONES PHARMACEUTICAE; OR A COURSE OF LECTURES IN PHARMACY, CHYMICAL AND GALENICAL; EXPLAINING THE WHOLE DOCTRINE OF THAT ART. By the late Learned Dr. John Quincy. Published from his original Manuscript, with a Preface, by P. S. Shaw, M.D. London: Printed for E. Bell, et al., 1723. First edition. xv, 212 pp. Small quarto, newly bound to period style in dark blue 3/4 morocco with marbled paper sides, and a gilt-stamped label on spine. Ex library, with a faint ink stamp on t.p and five other pages (nos. i, xv, 51, 109, 161). Light soiling to title-page, occasional light soiling/thumbing at fore-edge margin of some leaves, but presenting a clean and fresh appearance overall. This is a handsome copy of a scarce title. John Quincy was an English apothecary and physician whose works had considerable influence on the practice of medicine and materia medica of his day. His Pharmacopoeia officinalis & extemporanea; or, A compleat English dispensatory, first published in 1718, remained in print until 1782, reaching the fifteenth edition. His Lexicon physico- medicum: or, A new physical dictionary, published in 1719, proved to be as popular, going through more than eleven editions, the last in 1811. The eighteen lectures in Praelectiones Pharmaceuticae had been delivered at Quincy&#39;s own house and, after his death in 1722, were published in 1723 with the preface by Dr. Peter Shaw, who edited the works of Francis Bacon and Robert Boyle, as well as translating works by Stahl and Boerhaave. (D.N.B.; Heirs to Hippocrates 712-715 for his Dispensatory and Dictionary).

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        Idea historiæ litterariæ danorum, in duas partes divisa, quarum prior danorum linguam, scholas, gymnasia, academias, collegia academica, honores academicos, professores, studiosos, bibliothecas, bibliothecarios, typographea et bibliopolia breviter recenset; posterior studiorum in Dania per duo fere secula posteriora originem, progressum et fata complectitur una cum indice personarum ac rerum.

      Hamburg, T. C. Felgineri, 1723. 8:o. (8),362,(54) s. Titelsidan tryckt i rött och svart och med en grav. titelvinjett. + THURA, ALBERT. Conspectus danorum, qui partim commentariis suis eruditis, partim quoque versionibus danicis, de linguæ romanæ et græcæ scriptoribus hactenus optime et præclarissime meruerunt. Additis ad calcem indicibus necessariis. Köpenhamn, F. C. Mumme, 1740. 8:o. (12),80,(19) s. + RAUPACH, BERNHARD. De præsenti rei sacræ et litterariæ, in Dania statu commentatio academica, publica antehac oratione in illustri Christian-Albertina recitata, repetita nunc editione variis observationibus aucta. Hamburg, C. Liebezeit, 1717. 8:o. 118 s. Trevligt men nött lackat samtida hfrbd med upphöjda bind, rikt guldornerad rygg, ljusbrun titeletikett och brunröda snitt. Bandet i en modern rödbrun klotkassett med guldpräglad titeltext på ryggen. Ryggen och pärmhörnen med renoveringar. Den prydliga titeletiketten möjligen senare och främre pärmens insida klädd med nyare papper samt nytt extra försättsblad. Det gamla försättsbladet med äldre anteckningar. Första arbetet med enstaka lager- och rostfläckar där en har förorsakat en bokstavsförlust på s. 321. En lite tråkig fläck på s. 75-76 i det sista arbetet. Med Herslebs inramade namnteckning daterad 1771, Bolle W. Luxdorphs guldpräglade pärmexlibris och namnteckning daterad 1787, J. A. Wessels och J. A. Böllings namnteckningar, den förra daterad 1789 och den senare 1820, samt Richard Levins exlibris. En svart rund biblioteks- eller ägarstpl från 1700-talet på titelsidan.. Bibliotheca danica IV:549, 552 respektive 550. Bolle Willum Luxdorph (1716-88) började, inspirerad av sin morbror Christen Worm, tidigt i livet att samla böcker och vid hans död innefattade biblioteket runt 15000 volymer och cirka 500 handskrifter. Biblioteket bestod till största delen av humaniora och dansk och utländsk periodisk litteratur. Böcker ur Luxdorphs bibliotek känns lättast igen på hans exlibris, ett guldpressat elefanthuvud vars snabel kröns av en krona genomskjuten av tre pilar. Det sitter vanligtvis på främre pärmen men ibland även på ryggen. J. A. Bölling (1792-1862) var biblioteksman och skaffade sig sina solida insikter i biblioteksvärlden under den store Moldenhawer. Året före sin död blev han chef för det Kongelige bibliotek. Albert Thura (1700-40) var dansk präst, författare, bibliograf och litteraturhistoriker

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        Commentaries on the laws of England NEW RESPECT FOR THE LAW

      With the engraved "Table of Consanguinity" and folding "Table of Descents" in Volume II. Modern half-morocco and cloth boards, spine gilt in 6 compartments, a.e.g. With the bookplate of Louis E. Goodman on the paste-downs. An excellent copy. PMM, 212. FIRST EDITION of the author&#39;s great history of English law. Blackstone (1723-70) was the first to make the law accessible to the common person. "Blackstone&#39;s great achievement was to popularize the law and the traditions which had influenced its formation. If the English constitution survived the troubles of the next century, it was because the law had gained a new popular respect, and this was due in part to the enormous success of Blackstone&#39;s work" (PMM). "The Commentaries are not only a statement of the law of Blackstone&#39;s day, but the best history of English law as a whole which had yet appeared . . . the skillful manner in which Blackstone uses his authorities new and old, and the analogy of other systems of law, to illustrate the evolution of the law of his day, had a vast influence both in England and America, in implanting in the profession a sound tradition of the historical development of the law. . . ."&

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        Benedicti Carpzovii, JC. Consiliarii Electoralis Saxonici, Practiae Novae Imperialis Saxonicae Rerum Criminalium

      Lpz., Fridrich Gleditschius 1723.. Editio Undecima, A Multis Mendis, Quibus Priores Editiones Scatebant, Vindicata ..., 3 Bde in 1 geb. 2°. 5 Bll., 298; (8) 371; (8) 356 S., 46 Bll. Pgmt. d. Zt. Das berühmteste der Werke Carpzovs, 1635 erstmals in Wittenberg erschienen. - Benedict Carpzov (der Jüngere) 1595-1666, Jurist, Angehöriger der aus Spanien stammenden Familie Carpezana, die zahlreiche prominente Juristen und Theologen hervorgebracht hatte, verfasste das vorl. Werk als er das Richteramt am Leipziger Schöppenstuhl bekleidete. Es fand nicht nur in Sachsen, sondern auch außerhalb bei den Gerichten (für mehr als 100 Jahre) &#39;ein fast gesetzmäßiges Ansehen&#39; (ADB IV, 14). Es stellt das materielle Strafrecht und das Strafprozessrecht vom Anfang des 17. Jahrhunderts dar und veränderte das deutsche Strafrecht. Laut Ph. Andr. Oldenburger soll B. Carpzov über 20.000 Todesurteile, insbesondere in Hexenprozessen veranlaßt haben. Nach Carpzov war Schädigung durch Zauberei gar nicht einmal erforderlich, selbst Heilzauber war aufgrund des unterstellten Teufelsbundes todeswürdig. Die Luftfahrt der Hexen zum Blocksberg, der Teufelspakt und die Teufelsbuhlschaft waren für den sächsischen Kriminalisten bewiesene &#39;grande delicta&#39; woran kein vernünftiger Mensch mehr zweifeln könne. Nach diesem großen Rechtswissenschafter war es schon strafbar, daran nicht zu glauben, denn das war Ketzerei. Carpzov stand im 17. Jahrhundert auch synonym für eine abermalige Verschärfung des Hexenprozesses (gegen die einige wenige deutsche Juristen wie Justus Oldenkop den Mut hatten aufzutreten). Auf Wikipedia wird Carpzov unter &#39;Hexentheoretiker&#39; gereiht.

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        Speculum Britanniae: An Historical and Chorographical Description of Middlesex and Hertfordshire

      London: Daniel Browne. Some wear to covers - especially corners and head and tail of spine. Additional new endpapers and bookplate to front pastedown. List of maps in a contemporary hand to original front and back endpapers. Some soiling to inner margins but overall the text and illustrations are in very good condition. 1723. First Edition. Leather cover. 49pp, 32pp :: Illustrated with four folding maps, engraved title page, two other full page engraved plates as well as head and tail pieces and other figures in the text :: 230mm x 175mm (9" x 7") .

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        La Florida del Inca. Historia del Adelantado, Hernando de Soto, Governador, y Capitan General del Reino de la Florida. de otros heroicos caballeros, Españoles, e indios

      [xxx]+268+[12] pages with red and black title. Small folio (12" x 8 1/4") bound in original leather with gilt lettering and decoration to spine. Third edition.The first edition of the La Florida was published by Pedro Crasbeeck at Lisbon. A reprint of this edition with emendations was made at Madrid in 1723 under the editorship of Andres Gonzalez Baria Carballido y Zuniga, which was quickly sold out and a third edition was published that same year with out the fold out map.Garcilaso, from time to time both in Peru and in Spain, encountered me who had participated in De Soto's expedition, but on several occasions declares that the material for the La Florida was derived solely from three sources. The account of Alonso de Carmona was received from the author himself, and that of Juan Coles he found in a somewhat battered condition at the establishment of a printer in Cordova. But the bulk of his facts came to him orally from noble Spaniard, who he eventually cornered in Las Posadas. The identity of this man he for some reason leaves shrouded in mystery; nevertheless, there is sufficient evidence for speculation, and historians in general have concluded that he was non other than Gonzalo Silvestre, a native of Herrera de Alcantara, whose fine horsemanship and exceptional boldness displayed as he gallops through the pages of La Florida.Condition:Spine head chipped away, edge wear with rubbing, leather scuffed, some margins professionally repaired else a good copy.

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        Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, the Principales of Government, and the Justice and Policy of the War with America. To Which are Added, an Appendix and Postcript, Containing a State of the National Debt?

      T. Cadell, Pamphlet, 8vo, stitched, uncut, 132 pp. Some small tears and chips at extremities, some soiling to title and final pages, normal aging and browning. Price (1723-1791) was a prominent philosopher and poltical radical. He was also a clergyman, and continued to preach until his death in 1791. Around 1758, he started to publish his political and moral views, and in 1776, wrote this pro American tract that defended American patriots. His pro American views even got him an invitation from Benjamin Franklin in 1778 to come to America to advise on financial matters.This was a very important work in its time, and was published in a number of editions, including editions in Philadelphia, New York and Boston. ODB. Adams American Controversy 76-118e. Howes P586. Sabin 65452.

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        Novum testamentum graecum ... Collectionem Millianam recensuit, meliori ordine disposuit, novisque accessionibus locupletavit Ludolphus Kusterus. Editio secunda

      Lipsiae: Sumptibus filii J. Friderici Gleditschii, 1723. Folio (40 cm, 15.75"). [20], 168, [2] pp.; 632 pp.; illus. Based on John Mill&#39;s much-lauded 1707 edition of the Greek New Testament, this is the second issue of Ludolph Kuster&#39;s revised version, originally published in 1710. A scholar from the Westphalia region of Germany, Kuster (1670&#150;1716) specialized in paleography and Greek; this printing includes his preface and Prolegomena, and extensive commentary in Latin below the main text. Using twelve new manuscripts in his research, Kuster significantly added to Mill&#39;s (1645&#150;1707) collation. The title-page, printed in red and black, features a => hand-colored engraved vignette of the Virgin Mary enthroned above the Earth, flanked by an eagle, a lion, a bull, and an angel, representing the Four Evangelists, and there are => five additional, large, illustrative hand-colored engraved vignettes functioning as headpieces in the text. Printed double-column and divided in the middle of each page by a paragraph of citations, the text is dotted by a variety of woodcut floriated and historiated initials, and factotum Greek capitals. Provenance: J. Provost largely written in light blue ink on title-page. Darlow & Moule 4735. Recent period-style quarter calf over marbled boards, raised bands accented with gilt ruling; gilt center devices in spine compartments, gilt red and green morocco author/title labels, place and date (misprinted 1721) gilt-stamped collector-style at base; red speckled edges. Ex-library: stamp on bottom edge, faded red stamp on half-title and title-page (almost invisible), number lightly inked to first page of preface. Occasional inkstains, with one large spill across an opening affecting four leaves on either side; all can yet be read, but the accident was a sad one. Otherwise minor to moderate foxing throughout and light marginal staining in lower outer corners, starting from back; chip to edge of title-page, tear to one top margin not reaching text, and a small natural hole in one lower outer corner. Marginal notes in pencil on two leaves (one, just a few words), and a longer note in older ink on another. Solid, impressive and usable, and its illustrations => LOVELY.

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        Primera [-tercera] parte de los viente I un libros rituales

      Madrid,: Franco,, 1723.. Three volumes, folio, with engraved titles and a folding map with original handcolouring; neat old library stamps in several places; a handsome set in eighteenth-century Spanish polished marbled calf, double crimson morocco spine labels. This is the second and best edition of Torquemada's book, with the important map in rare and handsome original colour. This map (which did not appear in the 1615 Seville edition) centres on the Pacific, and shows the Chinese coast, the Philippines, Solomons, New Guinea and "Tierra Austral" to the west and Mexico and South America to the east. It is more often seen uncoloured. The preface mentions the extreme rarity of the first edition - only three copies were known in Madrid in 1723 - and explains that most copies had apparently been lost in a shipwreck, presumably en route to Mexico.The book is especially important in the literature of Pacific exploration because of Torquemada's account of Quiros' voyage of 1605, in which he sailed from Callao to locate the fabled Southern Continent. The earliest extensive description of the expedition to be printed, this remained the only reliable source available to navigators, geographers and historians until the nineteenth century. Celsus Kelly ("The narrative of Pedro Fernandez de QuirÛs" in Historical Studies, Australia and New Zealand IX/34, May 1960) has shown that Torquemada had access to Quiros' own account of the voyage as well as to the journal of Munilla, the commissary of the Franciscans who was also on the voyage. In fact Torquemada probably met Quiros in Mexico City in 1607, and again in Madrid in 1613. Kelly shows too that Torquemada probably also interviewed two other members of the expedition, the ensign Pedro LÛpez de Sojo and the sergeant Pedro GarcÌa de Lumbreras.Torquemada's book is important for many other reasons, not least for its account of Legazpi's expedition to the Philippines (see Retana, 226). Hill describes the book as the 'key work on the early history of Spanish North America, particularly Mexico, the Southwest and California... the primary source of VizcaÌno's 1596 and 1602 expeditions and voyage of discovery to California. It contains Father Antonio de la AscensiÛn's letter which relates to VizcaÌno's voyage during which most of the bays, headlands and rivers, including San Diego, were renamed. Torquemada also deals at length with Juan de Oçate's conquest of New Mexico, and briefly with the expeditions of Coronado, AlarcÛn, Espizo and Niza... The Mexican historian and statesman Lucas Alam·n called Torquemada the Livy of New Spain... '(Hill). The section of Torquemada's book dealing with the VizcaÌno expedition was published as a separate volume by the Book Club of California in 1933.Hill, 1707; JCB, 339; Medina, BHA IV, 2491; Palau, 335033.

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        Historiae Naturalis Libri XXXVII - Quos Interpretatione et Notis Illustravit

      Parisiis (Paris): Antonii-Urbani Coustelier, 1723. Three volumes complete - Volume One - [32], 790pp, [18]; Volume Two - [2], 835pp, [7] and Volume Three - [1], 836-1289pp, [1]. Full contemporary calf, raised bands, spines in seven panels, morocco author label to second panel, morocco volume label to third, remaining panels with gilt double fillet border and central roundel with flower tools emanating, spine ends with gilt zig-zag pattern, covers with single fillet bordering a dog-tooth roll with a small flower tool to corners, gilt roll to edges and inner edges, comb and curl pattern marbled endpapers. Spine ends chipped, outer joints split and a little weak, though holding on cords, corners bumped and worn, covers rubbed. Internally the top edges are lightly dust-stained throughout, occasional minor browning, but generally fairly bright. Volume one has a small hole to title, Iii and Iii4 are browned, in volume two Gg and Gg4 are foxed. Folding map and nine plates of coins in volume one, two plates of coins in volume two. Text is in Latin. The second and best Delphin edition (the first Delphin edition was a quarto edition published in 1685). Dibdin notes that the second edition, "is by far the more copious, splendid and critical performance". Jean Hardouin was a Jesuit classical scholar, "his first published work was an edition of Themistius (1684), which included no fewer than thirteen new orations. On the advice of Jean Garnier (1612-1681) he undertook to edit the Natural History of Pliny for the Dauphin series, a task which he completed in five years" (Wikipedia). Dibdin II:325; Moss II:480-1, Brunet IV:716. Second Edition. Full Calf. Good. Folio.

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        Alte Und Neue Gronladische Fischerei Und Wallfischfang

      Leipzig: Peter Conrad Monath 1723, 1st German Edition. () (30),482,(14). Very good. Quarto. Bound in original marbled paper covered boards. Corners and a bit of the paper renewed. Half title. Engraved frontispiece. 6 folding maps. 7 engraved plates, one folding. Several old skilful repairs to the plates. Woodcut tail pieces. General browning of the text, heavier in some places. Paper is still very supple. Good margins throughout. Housed in a buckram fold over box. Sabin 106377, Jenkins P 162, Chavanne 2110, This is the first German edition with the first edition in Dutch having been published in 1720. The number of plates and maps being the same. An excellent and authoritative description and history of the Dutch northern whaling industry, with a general map of the polar regions and individual maps of: Greenland, Iceland, Spitszbergen, Jan Mayen, and Nova Zembla. The fine engraved plates depict whales, walruses, whaling vessels, and whaling scenes. The author provides information on natural history, geography, and economics of the whaling industry. The work includes statistical tables of vessels and returns, and lists of the names of the directors and captains of the Greenland whale fisheries. A classic of the period. Early Whaling Narrative.

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        SENTA : Vue et Representation de la Bataille de Zenta, donée le 11 de Septembre 1697

      1723/25 1723 - Kupferstich, Blatt: 62 x 54 cm Schöne grosse Darstellung der Schlacht bei Zenta. Im Vordergrund Eugen von Savoyen mit seinen Generalen. Gut erhalten, leicht gebräunt und fleckig, kleine Risse im Rand. Good condition, slightly age&#150;toned and stained, small tears in margins.

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        Discorso sopra il nuovo ornato della guglia di S. Pietro...-

      Roma, Salvioni, 1723In-folio. Legatura coeva in pergamena. Frontespizio in rosso e nero e con una grande vignetta con lo stemma di Papa Innocenzo XIII inc. in rame, una testatina, un capolettera istoriato, un finalino e 3 tavv. f.t., una a doppia pagina, che mostrano l'obelisco con uno scorcio di Piazza San Pietro, una pianta e dettagli architettonici. 17 pp.; lato esterno del frontespizio rimarginato; qualche lieve ingiallitura ma buon esemplare marginoso con nota in mano coeva sul frontespizio: ?Dono di Monsig. Sergardi Autore del Discorso?. Edizione originale della descrizione dei lavori eseguiti nel 1723 a Piazza San Pietro dal Sergardi, nobile senese e direttore della Fabbrica di San Pietro, per il restauro dell'obelisco, la nuova pavimentazione del selciato e la costruzione di una grande balaustra di marmo intorno all'obelisco. Cicognara 3703. Schudt 1124. Rossetti 9305. First and only edition of this description of the restoration of the obelisk in St. Peter's square, the new pavement and the balustrades erected around the obelisk. With 3 vignettes (one on title), and 3 engr. plates (one double-page). Outer margin of title repaired and some light soiling; a good, large copy on thick paper, bound in contemp. vellum.

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        Lucca civitas Thusciae.

      Incisione in rame, 400x495. Pianta prospettica della città tratta da "Monumentorum historicorum urbis Lucae" di Martino Manfredi, inserito nel tomo IX di "Thesaurus antiquitatum historiarum italiane" di J. G. Graevius. Ottimo esemplare con normale traccia di pieghe del foglio.

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        Storie fiorentine dall?anno 1527 al 1555, colla vita di N. Capponi... Descritta dal medesimo Segni suo nipote.

      Augusta, Mertz & Majer, 1723, in-folio, mezza pergamena ottocentesca con angoli, tagli gialli, fregi dorati al dorso, tassello in pelle. cc.nn. 4, cc. 384 - nn. 24, cc. 42, nn. 2. Con due ritratti incisi in rame da J.H. Storcklein, iniziali e fregi incisi in legno. Prima edizione. (Con la pagina 304 censurata) Esemplare a grandi margini. Ex libris Amadei Svajer.. (Coleti, p. 70-71. Moreni II, pag. 330. Brunet, V, pag. 260-261. Farsetti, pagg. 73-74. Gamba, pag. 912. Razzolini-Bacchi della Lega, pag. 315). Tarli marginali.

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        Deß H. Röm. Reichs ohnmittelbahren Freyer Ritterschafft am Rhein-Strohm, in der Wetterau und zugehörigen Orthen, Von ... Leopoldo I. Erneuert- und Confirmirte Raths-Satzung- und Ordnungen, Sambt Deroselben von den Röm. Kaysern und Königen, Allerglorwürdigsten Andenckens, auch von Jetziger Allerhöchstgedachten Röm. Kays. Majestät respective erlangt, erneuert- und confirmirte. Privilegien, und Freyheits-Briefen, auch Kayserl. Decreten

      174 Seiten, 2 Bll. Zeitgen. Ganzpergamenteinband auf 4 Pergamentbünden. Kl.4to. Sauberes, gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Feste Bindung. Beide Falze mit "Wurmgang", nicht in den Text gehend. Rücken, unterhalbt des geprägten RüSchi. (auf Digi-Foto, links unten) minimal "aufgeplatzt".

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        Christliche Catechismus - Übung, Das ist: Gründliche Anweisung / wie das unvergleichliche Kleinod des lieben Kleinen Catechismi, Herrn D. Mart. Lutheri, seel. von und bey den Einfältigen, Jungen und Alten...

      8 ungez. Blatt, 355 Seiten, 11 Seiten mit "Register". Zeitgen. teils auf Pappe geprägter Halbledereinband mit echten holzdeckeln. Kl.8vo. Seltener Katechismus. Mit zeitgen. kaligraphischen, handgeschriebenen Eintragungen in dem Vor- und Rückdeckeln.

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        De Sancta Genovefa parisiorum et totius regni Galliae patrona disqvisitio historica-critico-theologica in III partes divisa, et figuris aeneis illustrata.

      Wittenberg, Viduae Gerdesiae, 1723. 4:o. Engr. front.,+ (26),+ 275,+ (1) pp.+ 3 engr. plates. Wood-cut in text. Title printed in red and black. Bound together with: WALLIN, Georg. Oratio solennis de quaestione: An liceat theologo evangelico peregrinanti pontificiorum sacris interesse? Wittenberg, Vidua Gerdesiae, (1723). 4:o. 36,+ (24) pp. Bound together with: WALLIN, Georg || WERNSDORF, Gottlieb (Praes). De prudentia in cantonibus ecclesiasticus adhibenda. Diss. Wittenberga, Viduae Gerdesiae, (1723). 76,+ (16) pp. Browning throughout. Later marbled paperboards with exlibris of John Pape. Owner's signatures of Aug. Th. Låstbom, P. Hörlin and Bengt Löw. Georg Wallin (1686-1760), son of the bishop Georg Wallin in Hernösand. On his second journey abroad, he came to Paris in 1721 and stayed there for almost a year. There he spent most of his time in the libraries, preparing this work on St. Geneveva, the Saint and patroness of Paris, which he dismissed as a fraud. It's here, as usual, bound together with his academic dissertation in Wittenberg, printed the same year, and with one of his licentiate sermons

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        Adversaria Anatomica Omnia. Adversari Primus, Alterra, Tertia, Quarta, Quinta & Sexta

      Leiden: Johannem Arnoldum Langerak, 1723.. [First Edition]. Contemporary calf. G- : in Good condition minus without dust jacket. Boards very marked and scuffed with damage to bottom corner. Gutters cracked but joints still holding. Contents strong. Some yellowing and foxing to contents, but contents otherwise good. Contemporary inscription to fep. Ex-library from the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland. xxxi, 52, 103, 111, 91, 124, 136pp :: Engraved portrait frontispiece, title page vignettes and 11 plates :: 270mm x 200mm (11" x 8") :: 'Quorum tria posteriora nunc primum prodeunt. Novis pluribus aereis Tabulis, & universali accuratissimo Indice ornata. Opus nunc vere absolutum'

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        COMPARAISON des deux histoires de M. de Mezeray et du Père Daniel en deux DISSERTATIONS, avec une dissertation préliminaire sur l?Utilité de l?Histoire par Daniel Lombard Docteur en Théologie et Chapelain de S.A.R. la Princesse de Galles

      Aux dépens de la Compagnie 1723 in 4° pp. 16 nn., 154; preziosa leg. coeva p.cuoio bicolore con piatti filettati in oro, con duplice cornice lavorata a piccoli ferri, stemma reale in oro (cigno coronato) ai campi, sguardie marmor., tagli spruz. rossi, front. rosso e nero con grande marca tip. e motto, ampi marg. e caratteri nitidi, carta forte; molto bello. Graesse IV, p. 249, Brunet III, 1149. 018/22

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        Voyages de Mr. le chevalier Chardin, en Perse, et autres lieux de l&#146;Orient

      Andre Cailleau Paris: André Cailleau, 1723. Contemporary speckled calf, spines extra gilt; edges, joints and extremities rubbed, leather in some cases cracked or starting along joints or chipped at spine extremities, two spines with compartments chipped. All edges speckled. Front pastedowns each with institutional bookplate, front free endpapers rubber-stamped and with inked ownership inscriptions dated [18]67, title-pages except for vol. I rubber-stamped, reverse of map in vol. I rubber-stamped, some vols. with first text page rubber-stamped. Additional plate (creased) laid in, seemingly excised from another work.. 8vo (16.5 cm, 6.5"). 10 vols. I: Frontis., [10], 254 pp.; 1 fold. map. II: 334 pp.; 4 fold. plts., 5 plts. III: 285, [1 (blank)] pp.; 4 fold. plts., 3 plts. IV: 280 pp.; 2 fold. plts., 3 plts. V: 312 pp.; 4 fold. tables, 5 plts. VI: 328 pp.; 4 plts. VII: [10], 15&#150;448 [i.e., 446] pp. VIII: 255, [1 (blank)] pp.; 10 fold. plts., 6 plts. IX: 308 pp.; 1 double-spread fold. plt., 8 fold. plts., 19 plts. X: [22], 3&#150;220, [82 (index)] pp. Attractive French edition of Sir John Chardin&#146;s Persian travelogue, originally published in 1686. Brunet calls the account, which covers Chardin&#146;s voyages through India, Russia, and Persia, &#147;un des plus intéressants que l&#146;on ait publiés&#148; in the 18th century; the work was and continues to be a major source of information on contemporary Persian politics, government, religion, and culture.The title-pages are printed in red and black, and the 10 volumes are illustrated with a total of 79 plates (many folding) and tables, including one map and one frontispiece.

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        Speculum Britanniae: An Historical and Chorographical Description of Middlesex and Hertfordshire

      London: Daniel Browne, 1723.. First Edition. Leather cover. Some wear to covers - especially corners and head and tail of spine. Additional new endpapers and bookplate to front pastedown. List of maps in a contemporary hand to original front and back endpapers. Some soiling to inner margins but overall the text and illustrations are in very good condition. 49pp, 32pp :: Illustrated with four folding maps, engraved title page, two other full page engraved plates as well as head and tail pieces and other figures in the text :: 230mm x 175mm (9" x 7")

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        A draught of the pasage to Stockholm from Landsort to Suderarmen.

      Numbered "15" in the lower right corner. S. Parker sculp. [1723, 1728 or 1756] Visible sheet area 48 x 54,5 cm. Frame 64 x 70 cm. Brown frame. White passe partout. Not examined out of the frame. A few minor creases. Slight darkening along the the fold. Nice condition.. An extremely rare sea chart of the Stockholm archipelago. Norris charts are almost never on the market and especially not such an important one as the Stockholm archipelago. Sir John Norris made several tours for the english navy in the Baltic. One result of this frequent service in the area was his atlas of the Baltic and the North Sea. It was first published in1723, with further editions in 1728 and 1756. This copy is probably from the 1728 or 1756 edition. Swedish names transformed into swedish are quite amusing to read, such as "Nymdy Fuer", "Lydingen" and "Uthoon"

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