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        Mappa Geographica, complectens Indiae Occidentalis.

      Artist: Homann Erben ( - 1780) Nuremberg; issued in: Nuremberg; date: ca 1750 1724 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 58 x 49; - description: map of Central America, with the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea, surrounded by detailed maps, plans and a view of Mexico City; -vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724) was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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        VENETO 'Â- TREVISO. Trevigny ou Tarvisi. Ville de l'Â'Etat de Venise.

      VENETO - TREVISO. 'Trevigny ou Tarvisi. Ville de l''Etat de Venise'". Grande veduta generale della città  con scena di caccia col falcone e scene di vita quotidiana. Proviene dall''opera 'Nouveau Theatre D''Italie'" edita a La Haye da R. Alberts nel 1724. Misura mm 483x192 (ai margini 570x255). Il margine superiore bianco, per la presenza di altra veduta nel foglio) è come sempre ridotto (in questo caso è stato ampliato da carta d''epoca). Ottima conservazione. (Rif.C2542-423/58)

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        LES SIX VOYAGES de Monsieur J.-B. TAVERNIER, ecuyer, Baron d'Aubonne, en TURQUIE, en PERSE et aux INDES

      - A Rouen, Jean-Baptiste Machuel, 1724. 6 volumes in-12 pleine basane ancienne, dos à nerfs ornés de petits fers dorés encadrant des fleurons centraux. NOUVELLE EDITION des voyages "pendant l'espace de quarante ans et par toutes les routes que l'on peut tenir: accompagnés d'observations particulières sur la qualité, la religion, le gouvernement, les coutumes, et le commerce de chaque pays; avec les figures, les poids et la valeur des monnaies qui y ont cours"; revue, corrigée par un des amis de l'auteur, compagnon de ses voyages, et augmentée de cartes et d'estampes curieuses. L'ensemble est complet et comporte 59 GRAVURES, 1 FRONTISPICE, 1 PORTRAIT, 4 CARTES; la plupart de ces planches sont dépliantes. Le tome 6 est la "nouvelle relation de l'intérieur du sérail du Grand seigneur, contenant plusieurs singularités qui jusqu'ici n'ont point été mises en lumière". Ouvrages en bon état et en reliure du temps, les seuls et minimes défauts à signaler sont dus à l'usage et au temps: frottements aux reliures avec une coiffe un peu plus érodée, quelques faibles auréoles claires en marge, cependant ces défauts n'altèrent pas vraiment la qualité de l'ensemble, l'intérieur est propre, papier blanc et gravures très contrastées. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Musica sacra or select anthems in score to which is added the burial service as it is now occasionally performd in Westminster Abbey Volume I only

      folio ( ) [6], 4, [2(list of subscribers), [2],184pp., title printed in red and black, engraved portrait, engraved music. Contemporary red morocco, tooled in gilt, binding a little scuffed and torn London: J. Walsh, & J. & J. Hare,

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        The Practick Part of the Law: Shewing the Office of an Attorney, And.

      1724 - Final Edition of a Popular Early Guide to the Daily Practice of English Law [G.T., Of Staple Inn]. The Practick Part of the Law: Shewing the Office of an Attorney, And a Guide for Solicitors in All the Courts of Westminster: Viz. The Courts of Chancery, King's-Bench, Common-Pleas, And Exchequer, With the Manner of Their Proceedings in Any Action, Real, Personal or Mix'd, From the Original to the Execution. As Also the Practice of the Courts in the City of London, Court of Admiralty, Ecclesiastical Courts, And Other Inferior Courts in the Country. With Large Additions by Several Practisers of the Several Courts, And Brought Down to the Year 1724. With a New and Exact Table to the Whole. [London]: Printed by E. and R. Nutt, And R. Gosling, 1724. [iv], 599, [25] pp. Includes one-page publisher catalogue. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-3/5"). Contemporary calf, rebacked in period style, blind rules to boards, blind fillets along joints, lettering piece, gilt-edged raised bands, and gilt ornaments to spine, gilt fillets to board edges, hinges mended. A few negligible nicks and scratches to boards, light rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, early armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Light toning to text, faint dampstaining in places, limited mostly to margins, light soiling and early owner signature to title page. An attractive copy. $600. * Final edition of a work first published in 1652. This early guide outlines the daily practice of the law in England. A useful and popular work, it went through several editions, the final appearing in 1724. English Short-Title Catalogue N112845. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Trophées tant sacrés que profanes du Duché de Brabant, contenant l'origine, succession & descendance des ducs & princes de cette maison [...] ensemble les généalogies de plusieurs ducs, princes, comtes, barons, seigneurs & nobles.

      The Hague, 1724-1726.2 volumes + 2 supplement volumes. Folio, full leather, spine ends somewhat worn, volume II spine partly loose. One of the volumes is waterstained in the first part. Inside a few small worm holes in the margins, some browning and in volume I a small stain through the first few pages. 672, 235, 572, 444, 33, 508 pag. The last and best edition of this work by the monk Christophorus Butkens (Antwerpen 1591 - 's-Gravenhage 1650), that was first published in 1641. Even though amongst genealogists Butkens is known as a 'bungler', this monumental work contains numerous interesting details about the history and genealogy of Brabant and its nobility. It is illustrated with a vast amount of engraved coats-of-arms, maps, portraits, city views, monuments and some large folding castle views. In total 75 folding plates and 400 engravings in the text. H166

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        Ausführliche Beschreibung der Marter / eines heiligen und unschuldigen Kinds Andreae / von Rinn / in Tyrol / und Bistumb Brixen; welches von denen Juden aus angebohrnem Haß gegen Christum /. grausam gequälet und ermordet worden.

      Wolff, Augsburg 1724 - Gr.-8vo. (ca. 23,5 x 18,5 cm). Späterer Pappband (wohl 19. Jh.) mit unbeschr. Rückenschild, 16 Bll., 255 S., Tafeln. Mit gest. Frontispiz, 24 Kupfertafeln von Jacob Andreas Friedrich (Fridrich) nach Josef Anton Funk (Funck) und 2 Textkupfern. Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Erste Ausgabe. - Thieme/Becker XII, 470 f. (Friedrich) u. 592 (Funk). - Zur Entstehung der Legende: Albert Lichtblau in: Benz, Wolfgang (Hrsg.), Handbuch des Antisemitismus, Bd. 4, S. 2 ff. ("Anderl-von-Rinn-Kult"). "Der Arzt . Hippolyt Guarinoni (1571-1654) war es, der den "Anderl-Kult", basierend auf Gerüchten und Visionen, etabliert hat. Volksglaube verband sich mit gegenreformatorischen Auffassungen des Hochmittelalters, die nicht nur Hexen, sondern auch Juden als Christusfeinde, Teufelsdiener - Guarinoni nannte sie "Vettern des Teufels" - sahen". - Einband berieben und beschabt, mit kleiner Fehlstelle am Kapital und länglicher Abschabung des Bezugspapiers am Rücken. Innen stellenweise etwas fleckig, wiederkehrend ein blaßlila Nässefleck, der meist über mehrere Blätter durchschlägt. Am Ende wenige kleine Wurmspuren. Titel mit durchkreuztem Stempel und überstrichener alter Signatur. Titel und Widmung mit kleinen Randschäden. 900 Gramm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Verzeichnuss der geistlichen Ordens-Personen in der Streitenden Kirchen in nette, Abbildungen und einer Kurtsen Erzehlung verfasset

      1724 - 3 vols. Small 4to. (20.5 x 16 cm). Contemporary calf, spines with raised bands, blindstamped in compartments, blind stamped labels. 283 of 326 engraved plates. Light wear to extremities, occasional light spotting. (Colas 371).

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        Hildburghausen, Schloß und Garten, anno 1720, Homann J.B.

      Homann J.B.,1664-1724 - Kupferstich, verlegt von J.B. Homann, Nürnberg, anno 1720, Blattmaß: 50x60 cm., altkoloriert. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Compleat Fisherman. Being a large and particular account, of all the several ways of fishing now practised in Europe...

      W. Mears. 1724. Small 8vo. Contemporary full brown calf, blind-stamped borders to sides, in custom-made brown calf-backed buckram box with gilt centre tools and contrasting green and red morocco gilt lettering pieces to spine; pp. [iv] + 234, folding frontispiece; hinges tender, very good. Provenance: front pastedown with circular angling bookplate of F. W. Sims, a prolific collector of fishing books. First edition. This is the first angling book to mention silk worm gut. It also gives a full guide to fish distribution in different rivers. Westwood & Satchell, p. 189; ESTC records only 3 copies.

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        The Compleat Fisherman. Being a Large and Particular Account of all the Several Ways of Fishing now Practiced in Europe, with Abundance of Curious Secrets and Niceties in the Art of Fishing…

      R. Hopkins,, London: 1724 - 12mo, period full calf, spine gilt, early rebacking with spine leather laid down, folding copper-engraved frontispiece, [6], 234 pp. Binding rubbed, and with a little wear, hinges are cracked, but still firm, lacking front free endpaper, pencil notation on pastedown, frontispiece creased and a little foxed, some light foxing and soiling; otherwise very good. This is a rather scarce fishing title that has come up at auction only a couple of times in the past 20 years. The frontispiece illustrates the different types of fishing, including net, pole, spear and trident. The author indicates that while there have been attempts to teach the art of fishing, knowledge of the art seems to have been one that is only available in individual experience. He promises to provide a 'short and sweet' instruction on the subject for the reader. Saunders covers the types of equipment, bait, types of fish, and location to do it right. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        ESTRO POETICO - ARMONICO. Parafrasi sopra li primi [- secondi] venticinque Salmi. Poesia di Girolamo Ascanio Giustiniani, Musica di Benedetto Marcello patrizj veneti. Solo tomi I, II, VII, VIII. 1724-1726.

      Appresso Domenico Lovisa. La composizione de' caratteri musicali è diligente fatica di Fortuniano Rosati, 1724. Prima edizione. Disponibili solo i primi due e gli ultimi due degli otto Tomi che compongono l'Opera, raccolti in due volumi. Cm.44x29,8. Pg.34, CXXX, (2); 22, CXLVIII, (2); 28, CLXVIII, (2); VIII, 24, CLXXXII. Eccellenti legature coeve in piena pergamena rigida con tripli tasselli con tioli ai dorsi e impressioni e cornicette decorative in oro ai piatti. Agli specchi sono impresse in oro le parole del sottotitolo dell'Opera: "Procul este Prophani". Ogni tomo presenta una bella antiporta figurata a piena pagina, incisa da Giovanni Antonio Faldoni e Carlo Zucchi su bozzetti di Giuseppe Camerata e Sebastiano Ricci. Frontespizi impressi in caratteri rosso e nero, con vignetta calcografica con tre stemmi ed il motto "Omnis spiritus laudet Dominum". Ogni tomo consta di una parte intorduttiva di testo, alcune corrispondenze in merito alle versioni dei Salmi, i testi dei Salmi stessi, con versione a fronte italiana - latina, e quindi la partitura. In dettaglio il primo tomo riporta i testi di lettere di Domenico Lazzarini, Girolamo Ascanio Giustiniani, Benedetto Marcello e Francesco Gasparini; il secondo di Antonio Bononcini e Francesco Conti; il settimo di Giuseppe Bencini e Geminiano Jacomelli; l'ottavo di Giorgio Filippo Telemann e Francescantonio Calegari. Stupendo lavoro tipografico, con la partitura per voci e basso continuo dei primi cinquanta Salmi nella versione in parafrasi italiana di Girolamo Ascanio Giustiniani (Venezia, 1697-1749). L'Opera è purtroppo scompleta, priva dei tomi III, IV, V, VI, a causa di una scellerata, ma nemmeno tanto inusuale, divisione ereditaria!!! le quattro parti in due volumi. Codice libreria 137210.

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        Warm Beer: Or a Treatise wherein is Declared by Many Reasons, that Beer so Qualified, is Far More Wholesome than that which is Drank Cold; with a Confutation of such Objections as are Made against it. Intersperst with Divers Observations, Touching the Drinking of Cold Water. And Publish'd for the Preservation of Health.

      

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        An universal etymological English dictionary.The second edition, with large additions

      E. Bell, J. Darby [et al.], London 1724 - 8vo, pp. [16], unpaginated lexicon in double column; Alston V, 95; Kennedy 6215; Vancil, p. 12; together with Bailey, N[athan], The universal etymological dictionary . Vol. II . The second edition with many additions, London: Thomas Cox, 1731; first edition, pp. [8], unpaginated lexicon in double column; a few woodcut illustrations in the text of a mostly heraldic nature; both volumes in contemporary full paneled calf (but not matching exactly), neatly rebacked, red morocco labels on spines. A matched set of the second editions of Bailey's two popular dictionaries, the second, rather enigmatic volume supplementing the first, and not often found together. Volume II is, according to Alston, "a supplementary volume" which "enjoyed a separate publishing existence." Alston V, 128; see also Starnes & Noyes, The English Dictionary from Cawdrey to Johnson, chapters XIV and XV. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        THE LIFE OF SIR LEOLINE JENKINS, JUDGE OF THE HIGH-COURT OF ADMIRALTY, AND PEROGATIVE COURT OF CANTERBURY, &C. AMBASSADOR AND PLENIPOTENTIARY FOR THE GENERAL PEACE AT COLOGN AND NIMEGUEN, AND SECRETARY OF STATE TO K. CHARLES II..

      London: Joseph dowling, William Taylor, William and John Innys, and John Osborn, 1724. First edition. Fine. Very minor occasional foxing, very clean. First edition. Two volumes. Folio. civ, 552p; iv, 792p. Engraved portrait frontispiece. Rebound in quarter morocco over marbled boards, gilt spine titles and rules around the bands. ESTC T145598.

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        Le grand dictionaire historique ou le melange curieux de l'histoire sacree et profane, 11th- ed.

      Amsterdam etc., 1724-1726. 4 volumes (A-Z) and 2 volumes supplement (A-Z). Large folio, half leather, covers and spines rubbed.B0336.

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        [North America] To the Right Honourable John Lord Sommers...this Map of North America according to ye newest and most exact observations..

      London: "Printed for I. Bowles ... T. Bowles ... P. Overton", 1724. Copper-engraved map, period hand-colouring in outline. Inset view of a codfishery, ten inset maps of various harbors. An early issue of Moll's great "Codfish" map of North America. Herman Moll was, like many an emigré , a zealously patriotic Englishman and cartographical fighter in the globalization contest the European nations conducted from the 15th century into the 20th. Here in one of his superbly characteristic maps of North America, he fights with De L'Isle (the great French mapmaker of the period) about the respective territorial possessions of Britain and France. In contradistinction to De L'Isle's 1718 map, Moll's reduces French Louisiana to a region south of the Ohio River and gives Great Britain Labrador (as New Britain). The achievement of British dominance would be accomplished through trade, colonialization, war and piracy. Depicting one aspect of British success, Moll includes here a rather detailed depiction of the codfishing industry, including the making of cod liver oil. Throughout the 17th century, the British had the greatest number of fishing boats in the Grand Banks. Dried codfish was a staple of the British Navy, and a favorite throughout Europe. As naval supremacy requires good charts, this map has ten inset charts of important North and South America ports: from Boston to Cartagena. And finally, for the benefit perhaps of any would-be British privateer, Moll includes (as he did in his map of the West Indies) detailed information about the annual Spanish convoy that wound around the Gulf of Mexico picking up silver, gold and gems from South and Central America. Moll's "maps of North America and the Eastern seaboard must have played an important role in shaping the geographical perception of the Americas held by his contemporaries, emphasizing the untapped resources and the wealth of the colonies, and the opportunities for any that would make the passage" (Baynton-Williams). The present map was part of Herman Moll's magnificent folio work, A New and Compleat Atlas . Moll was the most important cartographer working in London during his era, a career that spanned over fifty years. His origins have been a source of scholarly debate; however, the prevailing opinion suggests that he hailed from the Hanseatic port city of Bremen, Germany. Joining a number of his countrymen, he fled the turmoil of the Scanian Wars for London, and in 1678 is first recorded as working there as an engraver for Moses Pitt on the production of the English Atlas . It was not long before Moll found himself as a charter member of London's most interesting social circle, which congregated at Jonathan's Coffee House at Number 20 Exchange Alley, Cornhill. It was at this establishment that speculators met to trade equities (most notoriously South Sea Company shares). Moll's coffeehouse circle included the scientist Robert Hooke, the archaeologist William Stuckley, the authors Jonathan Swift and Daniel Defoe, and the intellectually-gifted pirates William Dampier, Woodes Rogers and William Hacke. From these friends, Moll gained a great deal of privileged information that was later conveyed in his cartographic works, some appearing in the works of these same figures. Moll was highly astute, both politically and commercially, and he was consistently able to craft maps and atlases that appealed to the particular fancy of wealthy individual patrons, as well as the popular trends of the day. In many cases, his works are amongst the very finest maps of their subjects ever created with toponymy in the English language. This copy an early issue with the imprint including John Bowles at his Stocks Market address (i.e. his location between 1723 and 1727). Later issues include his address as "Mercers Hall" (between 1727 and 1731) and "at the Black Horse" (1732 and later). This early issue before the addition of John King to the imprint (circa 1726). McLaughlin, The Mapping of California as an Island 192; Tooley, "California as an Island," 82 in Tooley, The Mapping of America ; Goss, The Mapping of North America , p. 118; Schwartz & Ehrenberg, The Mapping of America pl. 79; Kurlansky, Cod p. 58-60; cf. Ashley Baynton-Williams, "The World Described" in Map Forum , Issue 1 (Spring 2004); cf. Reinharz, The Cartographer and the Literati - Herman Moll and his Intellectual Circle (Lewiston, 1997).

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        Trophées tant sacrés que profanes du Duché de Brabant, contenant l'origine, succession & descendance des ducs & princes de cette maison [...] ensemble les généalogies de plusieurs ducs, princes, comtes, barons, seigneurs & nobles.

      The Hague, 1724-1726.2 volumes + 2 supplement volumes. Folio, full leather, spine ends somewhat worn, volume II spine partly loose. One of the volumes is waterstained in the first part. Inside a few small worm holes in the margins, some browning and in volume I a small stain through the first few pages. 672, 235, 572, 444, 33, 508 pag. The last and best edition of this work by the monk Christophorus Butkens (Antwerpen 1591 - 's-Gravenhage 1650), that was first published in 1641. Even though amongst genealogists Butkens is known as a 'bungler', this monumental work contains numerous interesting details about the history and genealogy of Brabant and its nobility. It is illustrated with a vast amount of engraved coats-of-arms, maps, portraits, city views, monuments and some large folding castle views. In total 75 folding plates and 400 engravings in the text. H166.

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        Warm Beer: Or a Treatise wherein is Declared by Many Reasons, that Beer so Qualified, is Far More Wholesome than that which is Drank Cold; with a Confutation of such Objections as are Made against it. Intersperst with Divers Observations, Touching the Drinking of Cold Water. And Publish'd for the Preservation of Health.

      1724 - London: J. Wilford, 1724. 8vo. 20th-century calf-backed cloth boards, gilt leather lettering-piece on spine; pp. [8 (title, verso blank, preface and poem 'In Commendation of Warm Beers')], 48; type-ornament headbands and decorations, roman and greek types; occasional light browning, spotting and marking, small paper-flaw on B2, but generally a very good crisp copy; provenance: early manuscript amendment on p. 2. Second edition. First published in 1641 in Cambridge under the title Warme Beere, this is the scarce second edition of this treatise; two further editions followed in 1725 and 1741. The work proposes the case that cold beer is detrimental to health, but that warm beer is beneficial and indeed therapeutic, stating that, 'according to the rules of physick, drink is used for three purposes. First to allay our thirst; secondly to intermingle with our food; thirdly to be the vehiculum and carrier of nourishment into the universal body' (p. 2). The effects of hot and cold drinks including wine, tea, and beer, are variously considered and discussed with regard to gout, the liver and kidneys, the stomach and digestion, the blood, the nervous system, and numerous ailments, and the author bases his arguments on ancient and contemporary authorities, citing Galen, Aristotle, and Plato, supplemented by more modern ones, including Nicolas Monardes, Arnoldus de Villa Nova, Marsilio Ficino, and Giovanni Pietro Maffei. Although the first three editions are anonymous, the prefaces are signed 'F.W.'; the fourth edition has a dedication to the eminent physician Richard Mead, signed by Martin Grindal (who notes that he has amended the orthography and terminology, where they appear archaic). The preface 'of the publisher to the reader' sets out the case for warm beer (and against cold) by citing the editor's own experiences and opinions: 'But some will say, cold beer is very pleasant to one that is thirsty: I answer it is true: but pleasant things for the most part are very dangerous. Cold beer is pleasant when extream thirst is in the stomach, but what's more dangerous to the health? How many have you known and heard of, who by drinking of a cup of cold beer in extream thirst, have taken a surfeit and killed themselves? What's more pleasant than for one that hath gone up a hill in summer-time and is exceeding hot, to sit down and open his breast that the cool air may blow therein? and yet how dangerous is it? For a man in a very short time, forgetting himself, taketh a sudden cold, and surfeits thereon, which costeth his precious life for his pleasant air' (pp. [vi]-[vii]). Interestingly the text varies slightly through these editions: the case is cited of the wife of Mr Clark of Jarck's Hill in Kent, whose malady responds well to warm beer, but badly to cold; in the first edition this incident is dated to 1590 (p. 105), in this edition the date has been amended to 1693 (p. 36), and in the 1741 edition no date is given (p. 37). This edition is rare: ESTC locates only two copies in the United Kingdom (both at the British Library; Maclean erroneously states that the BL 'copy of the 1724 edition has been lost or mislaid') and four in North America (Brigham Young University, NLM, University of Pennsylvania Van Pelt-Dietrich, and University of Tulsa; the Lilly Library catalogue only cites an electronic resource). In addition, Maclean cites a copy in the Library of Congress, which cannot be traced in their online catalogue. Similarly, no copy can be traced in Anglo-American auction records since 1975 (and only two copies of the more common 1641 edition are recorded in that period). ESTC T52237; Maclean p. 64; NLM/Blake p. 481. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        La Perse, La Georgie, La Natolie Les Arabies, L'Egipte et le Cours du Nil ou se trouve aussi Le Pont Euxin La Mer Capienne La Mer Rouge et Les Golfes De Perse et D'Ormus.

      Paris, Danet, 1724. - Hand-coloured engraved map (570 x 425 mm). Matted. Scarce map of the Turkish Empire, extending from Asia Minor and the Red Sea to Persia and the Gulf of Ormuz, center of the Arabian Peninsula. This map appeared in a later edition of Nicolas De Fer's Atlas ou Recueil de Cartes Geographiques, first published in 1709. The work was essentially a composite atlas, with maps added and updated over the course of the next 30 years. The present example bears the imprint of Guillaume Danet, De Fer's son in law, who took De Fer's printing house following De Fer's death in 1720, along with his brother, Jacques-Francois Danet. We have located copies of the map dated as early as 1720, so it would appear that the map was not in the earliest editions of De Fer's atlas and may have been prepared as a replacement to a more general map ( L'Empire Des Turcs, En Europe, En Asie, et En Afrique.), published until 1715. Al Ankary 297. Not in Tibbetts, Al-Qasimi.

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        The Conscious Lovers. Gli Amanti Interni Commedia Inglese del Cavaliere Ricardo Steele.

      Londra No Publisher ?John Picard 1724 - FIRST ITALIAN EDITION. 12mo, 147 x 88 mms., pp. [x], 166, engraved frontispiece, recently rebound in full maroon morocco, raised bands, title in gilt on spine, all edges gilt. A fine copy. The Conscious Lovers was first performed on 7 November 1722, and, according to Calhoun Winton in ODNB, "It was his greatest success in the theatre, though not his best play, and its place in theatrical history—with its pathetic, or tragicomic, main plot and comic subplot—is still the subject of critical debate." This translation is by Paolo Rolli (1687 - 1785), who worked in London from 1715 until 1744. By 1791, The Conscious Lovers had reached a 15th edition, but Rolli's translation does not seem to have been reprinted. Sinopoli (Franco): Dalla repubblica letteraria alla letteratura europea: Paolo Rolli tra Italia e Inghilterra (2013). Rodney M. Baine: "The Publication of Steele's 'Conscious Lovers'" in Studies in Bibliography (Vol. 2, 1949/1950). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Britannia Illustrata, or Views of all the Palaces, several Seats and other Publick Buildings of England, very neatly Engraved. Les Veues de la Palais, et de diversess belles Maisons, et d'autres Publiques Batiments de L'Angleterre, etc.

      Overton & Hoole London 1724 - Oblong quarto, the page size is 30 x 20 cm. Engraved title + 62 finely engraved plates, some are extremely attacrtive birds eye views. There is some spotting to some plate margins, perhals 20 at most. In a fine modern binding of full calf, gilt ruled border, the spine with red lettering piece, raised bands, gilt fillets. A VG copy of a rare work : COPAC lists 3 copies of this title, two of whish are ESTC T505672 which is undated but cited as [1727?]. These have 108 engraved plates. The present copy, dated 1724 and with 62 plates, appears to be unrecorded. It is not currently possible to state whether this is complete. A copy dated 1724 and containing solely 28 birds eye views was sold at Dominic Winter auctions in 2015 for £980. The present copy contains 15 birds eye views amongst the 62 plates. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Thesaurus Dramaticus. Containing all the Celebrated Passages, Soliloquies, Similies, Descriptions, and Other Poetical Beauties in the Body of English Plays

      London: Printed by Sam. Aris, for Thomas Butler, 1724 - 2 vols, 12mo, contemporary paneled calf, gilt decorations and lettering. Two engraved frontispieces. Title-pages in red and black. An entertaining compilation of scenes and quotations from famous English plays, arranged alphabetically by subject, viz.: Absence, adultery, affliction, African, ambition, anger, apothecary, bad news, bastard, Cato, chaste, embrace, falsehood, modesty, rack, rage, rebellion, etc, etc. The text is preceded by a list of the names of plays and authors quoted, alphabetically by play. Thesaurus Dramaticus was reprinted several times in the 18th century under the title The Beauties of the English Stage. Edges a little rubbed; very good copy, in original state. ESTC 134540; Not in Lowe, English Theatrical Literature [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire du Concile de Pise: et de ce qui s'est passé de plus mémorable depuis ce Concile jusqu'au Concile de Constance. Enrichie de portraits

      Amsterdam: chez Pierre Humbert, 1724. First Edition. Full French calf. Fine. Two quarto volumes in one. liii,366; 327,[31]pp, with 16 full-page copper-engraved plates (portrait of the author by J. Houbraken after A. Pesne, one of the Prussian queen, one of papal medals, and 13 of the Council's participants) and two title-page vignettes. Separate title-pages in red and black, with superbly engraved vignette of the city of Pisa. Printed marginalia, bibliographical references, and index. Also includes "Declaration de Charles VI," declaring the Duke of Burgundy an enemy of the state. Contemporary full French calf, spine in seven compartments, very richly gilt, divided by raised bands; red morocco lettering piece gilt; edges speckled red. Armorial engraved bookplate of John Orlebar of the Middle Temple (1697-1765) to verso of title-page. (Orlebar was member of parliament, from the constituency of Bedford, from 1727-1734.) A superlative wide-margined copy, remarkably clean and fresh inside and out, with dark, rich impressions of the plates. Gibson's Library, p. 177. Brunet III 976 (first edition). Graesse IV 161. First Illustrated Edition of this history of the Council of Pisa, which "convened in 1409 with the intention of ending the Western (or Great) Schism, during which rival popes, each with his own Curia (bureaucracy), were set up in Rome and Avignon. . . . [The Council] deposed the two existing pontiffs, who refused to cooperate, and elected a third, Alexander V. Western Christendom was therefore divided into three parties until the Council of Constance (1414–18), which forced the three contending popes to resign and elected Oddone Colonna, a Pisan cardinal, as Pope Martin V." (Britannica) N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        Briefe aus der Schweiz nach Hannover geschreiben, in dem Jare 1763. Zweiter Abdruk.Zurich & Winterthur, Johann Casper Fussli Sohn, 1776. 4to. With engraved map of Switzerland on the title-page, 10 engravings in the text, and 18 engraved plates (including 3 folding). Contemporary mottled calf, gold-tooled spine.

      ADB I, p. 447; Barth 17539; Lonchamp 118; Wäber 37. Richly illustrated work on the geology and natural history of Switzerland by Johann Gerhard Reinard Andreae (1724-1793), a German pharmacist and chemist, resulting from his scientific journey to the Alps in 1763. The letters he sent to his friends during this period were first published in 1764 and 1765 in the Hannover Magazin and in 1776 as this beautiful new corrected, enlarged and first illustrated edition of his correspondence appeared, including many notes by Jakob Samuel Wyttenbachs and 15 excursions by Swiss scholars. Added are over 90 engravings from various sources, collected by Alb. Müller, who acquired the book in 1819, by different artists such as Georg Chr. Kilian. Also added is a copy in manuscript of a letter in French by Prof. d'Annone to Prof. Bernoullé in Berlin, dated 1776, containing an addition to page 31. Some browning. Good copy.

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        Theatrum machinarum universale; of nieuwe algemeene bouwkunde, waar in ... werd voorgestelt en geleerdt het maaken van veelerley soorten van trappen.Amsterdam, Petrus Schenk, 1739. With engraved half-title, engraved title-page (with engraved device), engraved dedication and 30 double-page engraved plates by Jan Schenk. With: (2) HORST, Tieleman van der. Theatrum machinarum universale; of nieuwe algemeene bouw-kunde; ...Amsterdam, Petrus Schenk, 1739. With woodcut vignette on title-page. 2 volumes: Folio (plates) and 4to (text). Contemporary red half roan.

      Ad 1: BAL 3929; Berlin Kat. 2253; STCN (9 copies); not in Fowler; ad 2: STCN (6 copies). First edition of a classic set of architectural construction drawings in 30 large double-page plates primarily showing staircases and their decoration, but with the last five plates covering skylights intended for stairwells, some in the form of elaborate cupolas. With the rare text-volume, providing explanation to the illustrations in the plates-volume. The plates show straight, spiral and more complicated staircases, with their geometrical constructions, as well as many elaborate decorative forms for the posts, railings, skylights, etc. The leaves of the plates-volume are watermarked: Strasburg bend above VDL = VAN DER LEY, identical to Churchill 433 dated 1724, and differing from the watermarks described in BAL (Strasburg bend above VDL = IV). An undated second edition was published in Amsterdam ca. 1810 by Jan Steven van Esveldt-Holtrop.The text-volume has the large bookplate of W.A. van der Hidde. Text with a few marginal stains, binding rubbed. Plates with a few minor stains, mostly on first five leaves and the binding heavily rubbed. Internally still a very good copy of Horst's famous staircase book, with the rare text-volume.

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        Description de l'isle des hermaphrodites Nouvellement decouverte concerna

      Cologne|[Bruxelles]: chez les héritiers de Herman Demen|[François Foppens], 1724. Fine. chez les héritiers de Herman Demen [François Foppens], Cologne [Bruxelles] 1724, (8) 352pp., relié. - Second edition, the first edition from 1605 is extremely rare. Illustrated with a frontispiece depicting a hermaphrodite, with the inscription 'I am neither male nor female ...'. Sheepskin full of used time. Back tooled raised. Missing part of title. Light foxing in the margins endnotes. Considered the first French anti-utopia, this trip of a tired French ills of his country on an island where effeminate characters, rouged, addicted to feasts and pleasures live is a satire disorders of the court of Henry III , himself represented by the king Hermaphroditus king queen male or female. The book assured considerable notoriety for its author, which little is known, except that he left several scholarly translations. The work, which compared to the Satyr ménipée, was presented to Henri IV, which forbade worried the author. --- 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] Seconde édition, l'Edition originale de 1605 est extrêmement rare. Illustrée d'un frontispice représentant un hermaphrodite, avec l'incription 'Je ne suis ni male ni femelle...'. Reliure en pleine basane d'époque usagée. Dos à nerfs orné. Il manque la pièce de titre. Légères mouillures en marge en fin d'ouvrage. Considérée comme la première anti-utopie française, ce voyage d'un français lassé des maux de son pays dans une île où vivent des personnages efféminés, fardés, adonnés aux fêtes et aux plaisirs est une satire des désordres de la cour d'Henri III, lui-même figuré par le roi Hermaphroditus, roi femme ou homme reine. L'ouvrage assura une notoriété considérable à son auteur, dont on sait peu de choses, sinon qu'il laissa plusieurs traductions érudites. L'oeuvre, qu'on compara à la Satyre ménipée, fut présentée à Henri IV, qui défendit qu'on inquiéta l'auteur.

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        Collected volume of ornament prints

      Augsburg: Jeremias Wolff, 1724. Broadsheets (378 x 301 mm). [58] leaves of engravings by various German engravers, mainly after Jean Bérain. Platemarks av. 34 x 28 mm. Condition: Fine impressions; old traces of horizontal folds to plates, occasional small marginal dampstain in last few plates, lower margin of last plate strengthened and verso stained, a few platemarks cut close or shaved, occasional pale stain in gutters, not touching images, one plate with a few tears in gutter. Stab-stitched in contemp. half green-stained parchment & speckled paper over pasteboards (rubbed). *** A collection of engraved designs for artists and craftsmen, consisting of skillful copies by German engravers of the finest French models of the newly fashionable "Régence" style of decoration, introduced by Jean Bérain I, court designer under Louis XIV for theater and festivals, gardens, and, after 1690, for all royal decorations. The engravings provide patterns for commodes, marquetry bureaux, vases, table lamps, candelabra, ceiling and wall decoration, doors, mirrors, clock mounts, wall paneling and a library decor. Most spectacular are 25 designs after Bérain for ceilings and walls, showing breathtakingly airy architectural structures, adorned with or built up from herms, caryatids, masks, interlaces, leafy arabesques, festoons, garlands, putti, exotic animals, gymnasts, actors, musicians, etc. Of the 58 prints in this volume, 45 reproduce French engravings by and/or after Bérain. These were copied from a collection of approximately 135 engravings of his designs assembled from various suites and published in Paris by Bérain's son-in-law Jacques Thuret in 1711. Bérain's "designs were in fashion during his entire career… They became models of ornamentation for the style Louis XIV during almost the entire length of that reign. Most of [his] efforts were directed toward the planning of ephemeral structures for the menus-plaisirs [the office of the court decorator], but he also produced engraved designs … for interiors, furniture, decorative objects, garden parterres, and funeral ceremonies. In these he developed complex, light, linear surface patterns related to antique wall decoration as it had been interpreted by Raphael. … He was widely influential, especially in Sweden and Germany" (Millard Collection I, pp. 32-33). Twelve further engravings in this volume reproduce designs of the wall decorator G. Feuillet, active in France ca. 1768 to 1782. A single engraving is by an Augsburg artist, the gold- and silversmith Abraham Drentwett. Prints were at the time the sole medium that allowed a broader public to view the exquisite pieces of furniture and decorative objects produced by designers like Bérain for the private hôtels of the highest ranks of the French aristocracy. The Augsburg art dealer and publisher Jeremias Wolff (1663-1724) was instrumental in disseminating in Germany the sensibility of the French Régence or "pre-Rococo," known locally as the "Laub und Bandlwerk" style, through his concerted publishing program of copies, by local South German engravers, of French ornament engravings ("Indem Jeremias Wolff Bérains Entwürfe nachstechen liess, und noch andere von ihm verlegte Zeichner ... dem französichen Vorbild nacheiferten, spielte er für die Verbreitung des modernen Bandlwerks in Deutschland eine wichtige Rolle" (Schwarz, p. 613). Distributed in parts (Lieferungen) of five plates each (cf. Weigert), Wolff's ornament prints were used as inspirations for their own designs by German goldsmiths, cabinetmakers, stucco-workers, wall painters, and other craftsmen, as well as by collectors and amateurs. Most are now as rare as the French originals. Present here are Parts 1-4, 6-9, and 12. The majority of the engravings in this volume are signed by the engraver. Those which do not identify the artist are after Bérain. All the Bérain and Feuillet prints are reverse copies of the French engravings. All but a few bear the imprint Ieremias Wolff excudit Aug. Vind. (the exceptions, noted below, have no imprint or signatures but clearly belong to the series). Contents: Pl. [1-5]) [BÉRAIN.] Part (Lieferung) 1: Five numbered plates engraved by Johann Christoph Hafner (1668-1754) [after Bérain], signed Iohann Christoph Haffner sculpsit. Plate 1 with part number No. 1, the rest numbered 2.-5. Plates 1-4 each show several objects (totaling 65 individual objects): clock mounts, clock fronts or medallions, candlesticks, urns, pitchers, and wall sconces; plate 5 is devoted to mostly military classical motifs (tridents, maces, shields, sheaths with arrows, helmets & headdresses, and a harp). Pl. [6-10]) BÉRAIN. Part 2: Five plates engraved by Hafner, unnumbered except for the fifth, which bears the Part number "2", signed Berain Invent. / Iohann Christoph: Hafner sculps. Subjects: commodes or consoles, chandeliers, candelabra, ceiling cornice decoration, table lamps, urns; plate 9 with five parallel ornamental panels (for wall hangings or table settings?). Pl. [11]) DRENTWETT, Abraham II (1647-1729). Engraving of silversmith's work. Augsburg: Wolff, [ca. 1700-1710]. (sheet size 378 x 289 mm; platemark 333 x 216 mm). The number 8 engraved within the plate. 2 figs., the uppermost showing acovered and uncovered tureens, an ornate wall sconce with trophy topped by an angel, pediments, and chimney utensils (tongs and shovel); the lower half showing two highly ornate anthropomorphic pitchers or urns; signed by Johann August Corvinus after Abraham Drentwett. From the Neue Inventiones von unterschidlich nüzlicher Silber-Arbeit (8 pl.), cf, Berlin-Kat. 956. Pl. [12-36]) BÉRAIN. 25 plates after Bérain, designs for ceilings and a few wall panels, some in oblong format. Various engravers. Apparently comprising Lieferungen 3, 4, 6, 8, and 9, in the following order (all with Wolff imprint unless otherwise noted): Part 9: 5 plates, engraver unknown [pl. 12-16]: pl. 12 with engraved part number No. 9, pl. 12, 15 and 16 signed Bérain Invent./ no engraver; pl. 14-15 with no signature or imprint. Part 6: 5 plates, engr. by Jacob Weishoff [pl. 17, 19-21, 25]: pl. 17 with engraved part number No. 6, signed Bérain Invent./ Iacob Weishoff sculpsit. or I.W. sc. Part 8: 5 plates, engr. by Gottfried Stein [pl. 18, 22-24, 33]: pl. 22 with engraved part number No. 8, all plates signed Bérain Invent. / Gottfried Stein sculps. Part 4: 5 plates, engraver unknown [pl. 26-30]: pl. 26 with engraved part number No. 4, pl. 26-28 & 30 signed Bérain Invent./ no engraver; pl. 29 with no signature or imprint. Part 3: 5 plates, engraver unknown [pl. 31-32, 34-36]: pl. 31 with engraved part number No. 3, all plates signed Bérain Invent./ no engraver. Pl. [37-46]) BÉRAIN. Ten plates, oblong format, engraver unknown, of designs of chimneys and hearths, with mirrors, panels, elaborate stucco work, candelabra, etc., after Bérain. The original French suite was titled Desseins de cheminées. Comprising Lieferungen 7 & 12: Part 7: pl. [37-40 & 42], pl. 37 with engraved part number No. 7; pl. 37-40 unsigned, no imprint, except for Wolff imprint on pl. 37. Part 12: [pl. 41, 43-46], pl. 41 with engraved part number No. 12, all plates signed Bérain Invent./ no engraver. (These are extra-large copperplates and the fore-edges are a bit larger than the rest of the text block, hence a bit creased and with a few tiny chips.) Pl. [47-52]) FEUILLET, G. Unterschidliche [sic] Kirchen und Kloster Porten... by Joh. Leonhardt Wüst after Feuillet. Six numbered pl. of double doors with stucco work, copy of Feuillet's Livre de Portes cochères et Portes d'église à la dernière mode (Paris: [n.d.]): cf. Guilmard 68 & Berlin Kat 3859. Pl. [53-58]) [FEUILLET]. Six plates of lambris or wood paneling, the last showing a library. Signed by Johann Boxbart. Berlin Kat. 4018. A copy of Feuillet's Desseins de différents Lambris (Paris: [n.d.]), cf. Guilmard 68 & Berlin Kat. 4017. OCLC locates three comparable collected volumes of the Bérain / Wolff engravings: Getty (77 plates), Harry Ransom Center (20 pl.), and Univ. of Hannover (40 pl.). Cf. Roger-Armand Weigert, Jean I Berain, dessinateur de la chambre et du cabinet du roi (Paris, 1937); Millard Collection I, French Books, 18 & 19; Werner Schwarz, "Von 'stimpelnden' Uhrmacher zum Kunstverleger: Jeremias Wolff und seine Nachfolger," in Augsburger Buchdruck und Verlagswesen von den Anfangen bis zur Gegenwart (1997), pp. 587-619.

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        Observationes anatomicae.

      Venice: apud Jo. Baptistam Recurti, 1724. Heavily Annotated by an 18th-Century Medical Scholar Santorini, Giovanni Domenico (1681-1737). Observationes anatomicae. 4to. [12], 250 [i.e., 252]pp. 3 folding engraved plates, the second plate signed by the artist Marcus Galli and the engraver Carlo Orsolini (ca. 1710-ca. 1780). Venice: Giovanni Battista Recurti, 1724. 286 x 208 mm. (uncut). Original carta rustica boards, spine repaired, slight wear. Minor dampstain in upper margins of plates and last approx. 15 leaves, otherwise very good to fine. Extensive scholarly annotations in a legible and attractive 18th-century hand in the margins of several leaves; note on Santorini?s death in the same hand on the front pastedown. First Edition. ?Santorini was generally acknowledged as the outstanding anatomist of his time, carefully dissecting and delineating many difficult and complex gross features of the human body, such as facial muscles involved in emotional expression, accessory pancreatic ducts, and duodenal papillae. His name has been given to some of these structures, such as the arytenoid cartilages (1724), the risorius muscle, and the plexus pudendalis venosus . . . His most important work was Observationes anatomicae, a valuable exposition of details of human anatomy? (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). The four major anatomical discoveries for which Santorini is known eponymically?Santorini?s cartilage (larynx), Santorini?s vein, Santorini?s duct (pancreas) and Santorini?s caruncula (pancreas / bile duct)?are described in this work. This copy of Santorini?s Observationes anatomicae bears numerous marginal annotations and corrections in Latin by an anonymous but remarkably erudite 18th-century medical scholar. Many of the notes are so long and detailed that they appear to represent an ongoing writing project?possibly in preparation for a future corrected edition, although no such edition was ever published (the text in the 1739 second edition of Santorini?s work is unchanged from the first edition). The manuscript notes appear on 34 pages throughout the text; the most extensive notes are on pages 4-5, 63, 98-99, 108, 147, 148-149 and 160. The notes on pages 98-99 are of particular interest in that they comment on (and possibly dispute) Santorini?s description of the laryngeal cartilages. Also remarkable are the notes on pp. 148-149, which comment on Santorini?s description of pulmonary circulation. The notes cite the works of over a dozen medical writers, including Eustachius, Morgagni, Falloppio, Fabricius, Heister, Valverde, Vesalius, Columbo, Cesalpino, Diemerbroeck, Bartholin and Estienne. A few of the notes are dated 1738. The inscription on the inside front cover gives the date of Santorini?s death as May 7, 1737 (?die Maij septima A.D. MDCCXXXVII?) and states that he died of a periodic intermittent fever (?febre periodica intermittente?). Garrison-Morton 392.

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        A Sammelband of 11 Eighteenth-Century Theological Tracts, Nine of Which Involving Martin Luther

      1724. 11 vols bound in one. Contemporary vellum. RAMBACH, Johann Jacob. Auserlesene Trost-Briefe Des Mannes Bottes Martini Lutheri, Eir Er Un versolgte angefochtene under traurige Personen mit einter recht Evangelischen Feder geschrieben... Jena, 1724. Joh. Friedr. Rittern. [16], 142pp, [2]. RAMBACH, Johann Jacob. Des Mannes Gottes Martini Lutheri Lauteres und Apostolisches Zeugniss Bon Christo fur uns Rach Unleitung der Morte Pauli... Jena, 1725. Johann Friederich Rittern. [16], 108pp, [4]. RAMBACH, Johann Jacob. Martini Lutheri Rothiger Unterricht Bom Glauben und Sufen Wercten Seinter Furstresslichfeit wegen Aus Seinen Schriften Zur gemeinen Erhauung... Jena, 1725. Johann Friederich Rittern. [24], 70pp, [2]. RAMBACH, Johann Jacob. Des theuren Mannes Gottes Martini Lutheri Erhauliche Abhandlung von der Leibe und ihrer Borfresslichteif... Jena, 1725. Johann Friederich Rittern. [12], 97pp, [3]. RAMBACH, Johann Jacob. Martini Lutheri Erflarung Der Sieben Buss Psalmen Wie folche Des Selige Mann im Jahr 1517-1525... Jena, 1726. Johann Friederich Rittern. [24], 136pp. RAMBACH, Johann Jacob. Des Mannes Gottes Martini Lutheri Lehrreicher Bortrag von der Heil Taufe, Darinnen Derselben Wefen, Krafft, Kuken under rechter Gebrauch....Jena und Leipzig, 1723. Johann Friedrich Rittern. [24], 117pp, [3]. RAMBACH, Johann Jacob. Martini Lutheri Ernstliche Bermahnung Zum H. Abendmahl, Samt einem auszuge aus einem sermon bon Burdiger Empfahung... Halle, 1726. Johann Christian Hendeln. [20], 81pp, [3]. D. Martini Lutheri Erhauliche Leichen-Predigt, Welche uber der Leiche des frommen Chur-Fursten Herzog Friederichs zu Sachsen in zween sermonen.... Jena, 1726. Johann Friederich Rittern. [16], 32pp. SIDELIO, Friederich. Des Mannes Gottes D. Martin Luthers Trostliche Ubhandlung Bom Leiden der Christen.... Jena, 1725. Johann Friederich Rittern. [32], 48pp. MOSHEIM, Johann Lorenz. Sivo Predigsten Ben besondern Selegenheiten uber I. B der Konige am III, V.7-9. und Spruch-worter am XXV.v.2-5. gehalten von Johann Lorzenss Mosheim... Helmstadt, 1734. Christian Friedrich Mengand. 160pp. VOLLMANNS, Sabr. Heinr. Heiliges Denfmahl fur die Im Jahr 1744. In der evangelischen Religion Von ihm confirmirte kinder. Hannover, 1744. Johann Adolph Kercten. 56pp. A selection of Protestant theological treatises and sermons, published in Jena, Halle, Helmstadt and Hanover. The majority the work of Johann Jacob Rambach (1693-1735), Protestant theologian and hymn-writer. Holding numerous theological positions at Halle University, Rambach eventually succeeded the founder of the Halle Orphange, A.H. Francke, as professor and preacher at the Schulkirche. . 8vo.

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        Commentaire Litteral Sur Tous Les Livres De L'Ancien et du Nouveau Testament

      26 - Paris - Emery, Saugrain and Pierre Martin, 1724 Book. GOOD ONLY. Hardcover. Calmet's influential Bible commentary, in which he sought to give simple, literal meanings of complicated biblical passages. Complete in nine volumes. The third, enlarged edition. Antoine Augustin Calmet (26 February 1672 25 October 1757), a French Benedictine monk, was born at Menil-la-Horgne, in the Meuse department, located in the region of Lorraine. He was educated at the Benedictine priory of Breuil in the town of Commercy, and in 1688 joined the same Order at the Abbey of Saint-Mansuy at Toul, where he was admitted to profession on the 23 October of the following year. After his ordination, 17 March 1696, he was appointed to teach philosophy and theology at the Abbey of Moyenmoutier. Here, with the help of his brethren, he began to gather the material for his commentary of the Bible, which he completed at Munster in Alsace where he was sent in 1704 as sub-prior and professor of Biblical exegesis. With fold-out maps to three volumes depicting places mentioned in the Bible, and beautifully engraved illustrations to the front of each volume, as well as decorated head and tail pieces. Publisher's catalogue to rear of final volume. The set consists of Volume I, Part I; Volume I, Part II and Volumes II to VIII. Condition: In half calf bindings with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, very worn and rubbed. Leather to all spines is cracked with loss to much leather of corners and head and tail of spines. Boards held by cords only, one board very tender. Internally, generally firmly bound. Slight evidence of past worming to many volumes. Institutional ink stamps to endpapers, half titles and title pages, as well as some further pages to each volume. Occasional closed tears to some pages, including some fold-out plates. Overall: GOOD ONLY.

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        Commentaire littéral sur tous les livres de l'Ancien et du Nouveau Testament

      Paris: Chez Emery, Saugrain l'aîné, Pierre Martin, 1724. 1724-1726. Hardcover. Text of each volume remarkably clean and bright. Small lib. stamp on each title page ("BIBLIOT. SCHOL. ANT. OBS. COL. CLUN" with an image of the coat-of-arms of Cluny, France). Scuffing to all covers and varying degrees of bumping to nearly all corners. Spines darkened and brittle with leather missing from some gutter parts. White library numbers on all spines. Bindings and covers mostly tight; all text blocks tight/secure. Varying degrees (from none to middling) of staining to some pages, mostly at an edge/corner. A few small spots here and there, but none appear to be foxing. Volume I, Part I: Map torn in two places and wrinkled at gutter. Volume II has pp. xli - xliv bound out of place after p. xlviii and the map, but the text is complete. Map has one small edge tear and a wrinkle at the gutter. Volume III: nothing unusual. (Volume IV): Missing. Volume V: upper outer corner of back cover missing. Volume VI: nothing unusual. Volume VII: white lib. mark at head of spine, upside-down; map has small tear and wrinkle at gutter; leather peeling at hinge of back cover; leather missing from 4 gutters. Volume VIII: nothing unusual.. Published as 8 volumes in 9 parts (2 parts to Volume I); missing Volume IV. All volumes: Brown leather/folio boards. Six raised bands on spines with elaborate gilt decoration and titles. Marbled end papers. Page edges colored red. Small bw illus. on each title page and decorative headings throughout. Bw engraved illus. at top of each first page of each book of the Bible. Volume I, Part I: 654 pp. with folding bw engraved map of the Holy Lands; Volume I, Part II: 619 pp.; Volume II: xlviii + 984 pp. with folding map of The Promised Land; Volume III: xvi + 1120; (Volume IV missing); Volume V: 950 pp.; Volume VI: xxxiv + 1100 pp.; Volume VII: lxxvii + 1040 + lxv with folding map of The Promised Land; Volume VIII: 1071 + page of adversitement. Oversize and heavy (87 pounds) and will require extra postage. The entire Bible, with commentary, written with a few "books" in each volume, complete (no follow-through to next volume). Text in two columns, Latin on the left, French on the right, with the commentary in French below. All prefatory and ancillary text in French, but footnotes contain a good bit of Hebrew and Greek.

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        Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time. Volume I: From the Restoration of King Charles II to the Settlement of King William and Queen Mary at the Revolution. Volume II: From the Revolution to the Conclusion of the Treaty of Peace at Utrecht, in the Reign of Queen Anne. To which is added, The Author's Life, by the Editor.

      II ] Printed for the Editor. London: [Vol. I:] Printed for Thomas Ward in the Inner-Temple Lane, 1724; [Vol. II:] Printed for the Editor, by Joseph Downing in Bartholomew-Close, and Henry Woodfall in the Strand, 1734. 2 vols., folio, 836; 765 pp. Contemporary rebacked polished calf, gilt rules, blind tooled decorations on boards (vary slightly between the two vols.), raised bands with title stamped in gilt on black label, red speckled edges. "A Complete Alphabetical Index to the Late Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time," slipped in to vol. 2. Both volumes are internally bright with minor foxing, both have some rubbing along edges of binding; very good copies. Both volumes have the bookplate of George Herbert Palmer, volume 1 has an additional bookplate of C. A. and V. Baldwin. First edition. The verso of the title-page in Volume II bears an ink notation: "The Original Manuscript of both Volumes of this History will be deposited in the Cotton Library by T. Burnett (signature of the authors son who was also the editor). Both copies have subscriber list and indices. Bishop Burnet (1643-1715) was a Scottish historian, theologian, and member of the Whig party. Burnet kept a detailed account or "secret history" of events in England during the reign of James II while he lived in exile, after the revolution of 1688 he returned and worked on the history intermittently up until 1713, he spent the last two years of his life revising the work. The final work remains valuable and admired for it's accurate account of the time period it's concerned with. ESTC T144689, OCLC 1425303

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        Les oeuvres

      à Paris: Chez Antoine Urbain Coustelier, 1724. Fine. Chez Antoine Urbain Coustelier, à Paris 1724, 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in-12 (9,5x16cm), relié. - Old edition the most complete, and the last before that achieved in 1857 by Antoine de Latour (for aillleurs more exhaustive). "These two volumes, which follow the collection of French poets published by COUSTELIER, are difficult to find." Brunet, IV, 1071. Bound in red morocco from the late nineteenth Belz-Niedrée signed. spine elegantly decorated nerves, tail wheel; title and date browned. Triple mentoring net on the boards. Rich inner frieze. Gilt edges. --- 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 ancienne la plus complète, et la dernière, avant celle réalisée en 1857 par Antoine de Latour (par aillleurs plus exhaustive).  "Ces deux volumes, qui font suite à la collection des poètes français publiés par Coustelier, se trouvent difficilement". Brunet, IV, 1071. Reliure en plein maroquin rouge de la fin du XIXe signée Belz-Niedrée. Dos à nerfs élégamment orné, roulette en queue ; titre et date dorés. Triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Riche frise intérieure. Tranches dorées. Mors fendus mais solidaires. Infimes frottements à certains coins, à un nerf. Malgré le défaut mentionné, très bel exemplaire, parfaitement frais et établi dans une reliure de maître. La poésie de Racan s'inscrit dans la continuité de celle de Desportes et de Ronsard. Malherbe, son maître qu'il rencontra à l'âge de 16 ans, lui reprochera sa nonchalence et ses trop grandes licences, mais le considérait comme son élève le plus doué ; en effet son écriture est plus fluide, mais aussi plus rustique. après la mort de Malherbe, Racan délaissa la plume durant 20 ans. Bien que désireux comme ses ancêtres de s'illustrer dans une carrière militaire, son naturel rêveur et distrait lui valut de nombreux déboires et il finit par s'en retirer. Il produisit en 1619, à l'âge de 30 ans, le poème qui allait le rendre célèbre : Les Bergeries, qui est son oeuvre la plus conséquente ; et à 24 ans, proposé par Richelieu, il se verra occupé un siège à l'Académie Française.

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        Bishop Burnet's History of his Own Time. Volume I: From the Restoration of King Charles II to the Settlement of King William and Queen Mary at the Revolution. Volume II: From the Revolution to the Conclusion of the Treaty of Peace at Utrecht, in the Reign of Queen Anne. To which is added, The Author’s Life, by the Editor.

      London: [Vol. I ] Printed for Thomas Ward in the Inner-Temple Lane, 1724; [Vol. II ] Printed for the Editor. London: [Vol. I:] Printed for Thomas Ward in the Inner-Temple Lane, 1724; [Vol. II:] Printed for the Editor, by Joseph Downing in Bartholomew-Close, and Henry Woodfall in the Strand, 1734. 2 vols., folio, 836; 765 pp. Contemporary rebacked polished calf, gilt rules, blind tooled decorations on boards (vary slightly between the two vols.), raised bands with title stamped in gilt on black label, red speckled edges. â€

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        A Critical Essay Concerning Marriage. To which is added, An Historical Account of the Marriage Rites and Ceremonies of the Greeks and Romans, and our Saxon Ancestors, and of most Nations of the World at this Day

      London: Printed for Charles Rivington at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1724. Ex-Library First edition. Hardcover. vg+. Octavo. (20) 310 (i.e. 343, 5)pp. Rebound in modern tan clothe with gilt lettering on red leather label of spine. Black ruling on title page. Detailed historiated head (app. 3 x 1") and tail pieces and initials from copperplates. Elaborate treatise of social and legal matters regarding marriage by the English Historian and geographical writer Thomas Salmon. The book was originally published anonymously in 1724 revealing the name of the author in its second printing of the same year. It contains I. The Preference of Marriage to a single Life. II. The Arguments for and against a Plurality of Wives and Concubines. III. The Authority of Parents and Governors, in regulating or restraining Marriages. IV. The Power of Husbands, and the Privileges of Wives. V. The Nature of Divorce, and in what Cases it is allowable. VI. The Reasons of prohibiting Marriage within certain Degrees. VII. The Manner of contracting Espousals, and what Engagements and Promises of Marriage are binding. VIII. The Penalties incurred by forcible and clandestine Marriages, and the Consequences attending Marriages solemnized by the Dissenters. A historical account of marriage rites and ceremonies in Greece, the Roman Empire, Saxony, Russians, Poland, Sweden, Denmark, the Baltic, Lapland, Germany, Armenia, Turkey, India, Persia, Ceylon, China, Japan, Morocco, Chili, Peru, and other countries. Misnomered after page 341. Inked writing on title page partially blurred. Library stamp and handwritten numeral on A2, stamp on last page. Minor sporadic foxing. Binding and interior in overall very good+ condition.

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        Veue du Pont de Rialto de Venise

      Amsterdam 1724 - Esemplare tratto dal primo volume del "Nouveau Theatre de l'Italie" pubblicato ad Amsterdam nel 1704/5 e nel 1724, quale integrazione al progetto di Johannes Baleu, iniziato nel 1663, del grande "libro delle città", manchevole delle piante di gran parte della parte settentrionale della penisola. Il Blaeu, durante la sua lunga attività editoriale pubblica tre volumi sulle città italiane. Nel 1663 i primi tre, suddivisi in Stato della Chiesa, Roma e Regno di Napoli e Sicilia. Alla sua morte i suoi eredi danno alla luce altri due volumi datati 1682 incentrati sulle città del Piemonte e della Savoia, poi ristampati da altri editori nel 1693 e 1697. Il francese Pierre Mortier pubblica una ristampa nel 1704/5, intitolata "Nouveau Theatre de l’Italie". L’opera è in quattro volumi e comprende le lastre del Blaeu, ritoccate e modificate in piccola parte, integrate dall’aggiunta di numerose nuove mappe di proprio disegno, raffiguranti le città della parte settentrionale della penisola, racchiuse nel primo volume dell’opera. L’atlante del Mortier venne pubblicato con testo latino, francese ed olandese. La particolarità che differenzia le due edizioni di Blaeu e Mortier è rappresentata dal fatto che il testo non è al verso della singola mappa (che quindi è bianca nel retro), ma si trova all’inizio di ogni singolo volume. Il grande successo dell’opera diede origine ad un’ulteriore ristampa, praticamente identica, curata da R. Alberts ed edita nel 1724/5. Incisione in rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Cremonini pp. 83-90. Dimensioni 565 460mm

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        RELACION DE LA CORONACION DE LA AUGUSTISSIMA EMPERATRIZ DE TODAS LAS RUSIAS CATHALINA ALEXIEVVNA CELEBRADA EN LA VILLA DE MOSCOU A 7 DEL MES DE MAYO DEL ANO 1724 TRADUCIDA DEL IDIOMA RUSIANO AL CASTELLANO

      Senza luogo di stampa Senza editore 1724 8° Pagine 18 non numerate + 1 carta bianca. Legatura in brossura coeva d'attesa. Titolo manoscritto al piatto anteriore. Lievissima gora d'umido. Rarissima placcheta che racconta l'incoronazione di Caterina I di Russia avvenuta a Mosca il 7 Maggio 1724. Fu seconda moglie di Pietro il Grande. L'edizione russa venne stampata a San Pietroburgo.

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        Des Elementarwerks Erster bis vierter Band (compl., 4 Bde., ohne den Tafelbd.). Ein geordneter Vorrath aller nöthigen Erkenntniß. Zum Unterrichte der Jugend, von Anfang, bis ins academische Alter, Zur Belehrung der Eltern, Schullehrer und Hofmeister, Zum Nutzen eines jeden Lesers, die Erkenntniß zu vervollkommnen.

      8, 8 B. (Dedikationen), XVIII, 432 S. 1 Bl., 509 S. 416 S. 256 S., Kart. der Zeit. m handschr. Rückenschildern, 2 Bde. mit teilweisen Fehlstellen des Überzugsapiers a. Rücken. Wappen-Exlibris a. Vors. 1 Bd m. kleinen Mäusefrass a. Deckel u. 8 Bl.- etwas fleckig. Innen Erste Verlagsausgabe.- Band 1 (Bücher 1-3): Nur für die erwachsenen Kinderfreunde (didaktisch-methodische Einführung) - Von mancherley, besonders von dem Menschen und der Seele - Gemeinnützige Logik Band 2 (Bücher 4-6): Von der Religion. Die Sittenlehre. Von den Beschäfftigungen und Ständen der MenschenBand 3 (Bücher 7-8): Die Elemente der Geschichtskunde. Die Naturkunde Band 4 (Bücher 9-10): Fortsetzung der Naturkunde. Das Noethigste der Grammmatik und von der Wohlredenheit.- Handb. KJL III, 54 Wegehaupt 79. -Basedow (1724-1790) legte 1774 sein pädagogisches Elementarwerk zu Grundfragen der Erziehung des Menschen vor. Zu den Schwerpunkten, denen er große Bedeutung beimaß, gehörte auch die geschlechtliche Aufklärung und Unterweisung. Bereits in seiner Philalethie (Altona 1764) hatte er die Forderung an alle Eltern und Erzieher gestellt, den brennenden Fragen der Kinder nicht auszuweichen, sondern sie wahrheits- und kindgemäß zu beantworten. In seinem Elementarwerk gab er auch praktische Anregungen für die Unterweisung in Elternhaus und Schule. Daniel Chodowiecki schuf dafür die hier leider fehlenden Kupfertafeln. Mit dem Elementarwerk schuf Basedow das moderne Realienbuch: Es verband Text und Bild und Sachinformationen, die dialogisch erörtert wurden.

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        Nouveau theatre d'Italie, ou description exacte de ses villes, palais, eglises, &c. Tome premier. Contenant la Lombardie, . Le tout mis en ordre.The Hague, Rutgers Christoffel Alberts, 1724. Large folio (41 x 26 cm). Title-page in red and black with an engraved vignette. Unbound.

      - KVK & WorldCat (1 copy); not in NCC; STCN; for the atlases: P. v.d. Krogt & Koeman 43.231, 232, 233. Rare prospectus, in French (only one other copy located, at the Bibliothèque Mazarine in Paris), for Alberts's 1724 French, Latin and Dutch editions of Joan Blaeu's atlas of Italian cities, towns, and monuments, the atlas first published by Blaeu himself in Latin in 1663 as Theatrum civitatum admiranda Italiae, his greatest project after completion of his famous Atlas maior. Pieter Mortier in Amsterdam published expanded French and Dutch translations in 1704-1705, using and adding to Blaeu's original copper plates. With the present 1724 prospectus Alberts in the Hague invites subscriptions for new editions in all three languages, all appearing later that year. They once again used the Blaeu and Mortier plates. It gives a detailed 3-page account of the atlas and its various forms and prices, including a sample description of the city of Venice. The last printed page directs subscribers to Alberts and more than a hundred other booksellers, all named with their cities, in Holland, the rest of the Low Countries, England, Germany, France, Italy and Switzerland.The prospectus title-page mimics the planned title-page of the first volume of the French edition (on a reduced scale and with the engraved vignette instead of Alberts's engraved monogram), including the words "tome premier", but the prospectus text notes that it will be published in four volumes containing 275 double-page plates, and that Alberts will be accepting subscriptions from 27 March to 15 May 1724. He planned to print no more than 500 copies, namely 390 copies (130 in each language) on "papier ordinaire forme d'Atlas" for 50 guilders and 110 copies (38 in Latin and 36 in French and Dutch) on "grand papier forme d'Atlas" for 60 guilders. They were to be paid in five instalments, one in advance and the others on receipt of each of the four volumes. With a name on title-page, probably by the publisher to indicate the recipient. In fine condition, complete with the final blank leaf, with all deckles intact and never bound or sewn. It was formerly folded in quarters and has a tiny hole in the final blank leaf, where the folds cross. A rare prospectus for a great atlas, with valuable information about the atlas itself and about the international book trade of the time.

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        Sacri Regii Criminalis Concilii Cathaloniae decisiones cum annotatiunculis Post opus animadversis, & Regiis Decisionibus inter excudendum prolatis

      EX TYPOGRAPHIA BALLEONIANA, VENEZIA 1724 - LATINO Volume in 4° rileato in tutta pergamena con stampa oro al dorso del titolo. Opera suddivida in 3 parti ognuna con il proprio indice e frontespizio, solo il primo a in tosso e nero, tutti con bella marca tipografica incisa della famosa Tipografia veneziana. Testo su due colonne, presenti richiami a fine pagina e segnatura dei fascicoli. Pagine con fioritura e bruniture, segni del tempo, coperte e dorso con usura

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        Nouveau theatre d'Italie, ou description exacte de ses villes, palais, eglises, &c. Tome premier. Contenant la Lombardie, ... Le tout mis en ordre.The Hague, Rutgers Christoffel Alberts, 1724. Large folio (41 x 26 cm). Title-page in red and black with an engraved vignette. Unbound.

      KVK & WorldCat (1 copy); not in NCC; STCN; for the atlases: P. v.d. Krogt & Koeman 43.231, 232, 233. Rare prospectus, in French (only one other copy located, at the Bibliothèque Mazarine in Paris), for Alberts's 1724 French, Latin and Dutch editions of Joan Blaeu's atlas of Italian cities, towns, and monuments, the atlas first published by Blaeu himself in Latin in 1663 as Theatrum civitatum admiranda Italiae, his greatest project after completion of his famous Atlas maior. Pieter Mortier in Amsterdam published expanded French and Dutch translations in 1704-1705, using and adding to Blaeu's original copper plates. With the present 1724 prospectus Alberts in the Hague invites subscriptions for new editions in all three languages, all appearing later that year. They once again used the Blaeu and Mortier plates. It gives a detailed 3-page account of the atlas and its various forms and prices, including a sample description of the city of Venice. The last printed page directs subscribers to Alberts and more than a hundred other booksellers, all named with their cities, in Holland, the rest of the Low Countries, England, Germany, France, Italy and Switzerland.The prospectus title-page mimics the planned title-page of the first volume of the French edition (on a reduced scale and with the engraved vignette instead of Alberts's engraved monogram), including the words "tome premier", but the prospectus text notes that it will be published in four volumes containing 275 double-page plates, and that Alberts will be accepting subscriptions from 27 March to 15 May 1724. He planned to print no more than 500 copies, namely 390 copies (130 in each language) on "papier ordinaire forme d'Atlas" for 50 guilders and 110 copies (38 in Latin and 36 in French and Dutch) on "grand papier forme d'Atlas" for 60 guilders. They were to be paid in five instalments, one in advance and the others on receipt of each of the four volumes. With a name on title-page, probably by the publisher to indicate the recipient. In fine condition, complete with the final blank leaf, with all deckles intact and never bound or sewn. It was formerly folded in quarters and has a tiny hole in the final blank leaf, where the folds cross. A rare prospectus for a great atlas, with valuable information about the atlas itself and about the international book trade of the time.

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