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      1724. Very Good. [ALBERMARLE, George Monck, Duke of]. THE LIFE OF GENERAL MONK: DUKE OF ALBERMARLE, containing, I. A faithful account of his unparalledl'd conduct, surprizing actions, and providential success in accomplishing the restoration of monarchy. II. A particular relation of that most memorable march from Coldstream to London; the preparations for it in Scotland, and the happy consequences of it in England. III. Many mistakes committed by our historians, (particularly the Earl of Clarendon) concerning the General's administration, rectified. Publish'ed from an original manuscript of Thomas Skinner. M.D. With a preface in vindication of General Monk's conduct and giving some account of the manuscript. By William Webster... London: Printed for J. Graves ... J. Isted and J. Hooke, 1724. The second edition, corrected. Frontispiece portrait. Octavo. [10],lxvii [i.e. xlvii],385,[7] pp. Some pagination errors, but complete. (ESTC t113801). Bound with: GRANVILLE, John. TWO ORIGINAL JOURNALS OF SIR RICHARD GRANVILLE. Viz. I. A journal of the expedition to Cadiz in Spain, Anno 1625. With the charged delivered by the Earl of Essex, and nine other colonels, against the Viscount Wimbledon, general of that voyage. With his answer, containing a full relation of the defeat thereof. II. A journal of the expedition to the Isle of Rhee in France, Anno 1627. Containing an account of the most material passages, happening at, and after our landing there. London: Printed for John Clarke, 1724. First edition ("Now first published from their respective manuscripts"). Octavo. xiv,[2]56,[2],25 pp. (CBEL I, 771). Two titles bound as one. 19.7 cm. Worn contemporary calf boards skillfully rebacked (probably 19th c.) with a red lettering piece. Ink ownership on ffep. only partially readable due to a 1.5 cm hole. Clean texts. Sound and very good overall.

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        An Experimental Enquiry concerning the Natural Powers of Water and Wind to Turn Mills, and Other Machines, Depending on a Circular Motion,

      pp100-174. *John Smeaton (1724 -1792) English civil engineer responsible for the design of bridges, canals, harbours and lighthouses. He was also a capable mechanical engineer and an eminent physicist. Smeaton was the first self-proclaimed civil engineer, and often regarded as the "father of civil engineering". He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1753, and in 1759 won the Copley Medal for his research into the mechanics of waterwheels and windmills. This present 1759 paper "An Experimental Enquiry Concerning the Natural Powers of Water and Wind to Turn Mills and Other Machines Depending on Circular Motion" addressed the relationship between pressure and velocity for objects moving in air, and his concepts were subsequently developed to devise the 'Smeaton Coefficient'. Within the complete volume of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Vol 51, Part I, for 1759, comprising, x, 457pp., small quarto, complete with 10 engraved extending or folding plates, late 19thC library cloth with a neat unlinked library name stamp on general title and foot of last leaves, a good copy, London, Davis, printer to the Royal Society,1760. A FULL LIST OF CONTENTS OF THIS VOLUME SENT ON REQUEST. Other papers include: BLAKE (Francis) The Greatest Effect of Engines with Uniformly Accelerated Motions Considered, p.1-6; PULLEIN (Samuel) A New Improved Silk - Reel, pp.21-30; PULLEIN (Samuel) An Account of a Particular Species of Cocoon, or Silk-Pod, from America. pp.54-57; MOUNTAINE (William) An Account of Some Extraordinary Effects of Lightning, pp.286-299; WILSON (Benjamin) Experiments on the Tourmalin, pp.308-339; SYMMER (Robert) New Experiments and Observations concerning Electricity, p.340-393; CANTON (John) An Attempt to Account for the Regular Diurnal Variation of the Horizontal Magnetic Needle; And Also for Its Irregular Variation at the Time of an Aurora Borealis, pp.398-445.

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        [Riccati:] Animadversiones in aequationes differentiales secundi gradus. + [Bernouilli:] Notata in praecedens schediasma III. Co. Jacobi Riccati. (In: Actorum Eruditorum, Supplementa. Tomus VIII, 66-75 pp.).

      Leipzig, Gross & Fritsch, 1724. 4to. Entire volume present. Nice contemporary full vellum. Small yellow paper label pasted to top of spine and library-label to inside of front board. Two smaller library stamps to title-page. Internally some browning and brownspotting, due to the paper quality. Overall a nice and tight copy. [Riccati-paper:] pp. 66-73. [Bernouilli-paper:] pp. 73-75. [Entire volume: (2), 532, (34) pp.].. The important first printing of Riccati's main work, his influential "Animadversiones in aequationes differentiales secundi gradus", in which the famous Riccati-equation is presented + Bernouilli's famous note on it."In his "Animadversiones in aequationes differentiales secundi gradus," published in Acta Eruditorum in 1724, Riccati suggested the study of cases of integrability [...] which is now known by his name. In response to this suggestion Nikolaus II Bernoulli wrote an important treatise on the equation and Daniel Bernoulli presented, in his Exercitationes quaedam mathematicae, the conditions under which it may be integrated by the method of separation of the variables. Euler also integrated it." (DSB, XI)."In the supplement volume to Acta Eruditorum, Riccati's paper is immediately followed by Daniel Bernoulli' Notata (St. 5.). As the latter admitted in the Exercitationes, he had Riccati's paper in his hands for two days before it was sent to Leipzig. In this short paper Daniel Bernoulli first claims that equation (D) is not an appropriate example because by substituting dy=q it can easily ("Haud magno negotio") be reduced to a first order differential equation." (Die Werke von Daniel Bernoulli, 1996, Birkhäuser, Volker Zimmermann (edt). "Riccati ( 1676 - 1754) was the son of a noble family who held land near Venice. His renown was such that Peter the Great invited him to come to Russia as president of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences. [...]. Riccati carried on an extensive correspondence with mathematicians all over Europe. His work were collected and published, four years after his death, by his sons, of whom two, Vincenzo and Giordano were themselves eminent mathematicians. (DSB, XI)

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      Nurnberg, in verlegung Johann Christoph Weigel, 1724.. Aus dem Italianischen und Frantzöischen in das Teutsche übersetzet; auch nach dem Original mit vielen Kupfern und saubern Holtzschnitten versehen: und mit beygefügtem Leben des Auctoris zum Druckt befordert, von Johann George Bohm. FIRST GERMAN EDITION 1724. Small 4to, 220 x 175 mm, 8¾ x 7 inches, title page printed red and black, engraved portrait frontispiece, 28 engraved plates and 28 woodcuts in the text, printed in gothic letter, pages (22), 200, (10), later quarter vellum over marbled boards with vellum tips to corners, gilt lettering and decoration to spine. Marbled paper a little darkened to fore-edges, last line on title page partially errased ( proably printer's error), not affecting imprint and date, occasional light marks to margins, some pale ink marks to 2 lower margins, 1 plate has 3 small pale stains to background, another on the adjacent plate, 2 pale brown stains to margins of 1 plate, also affecting the next text leaf and the plate facing it with a small amount of pale browning to the image, small closed tear to margin of first index page, neatly repaired. Overall a very good copy. This work by Leonardo (1452-1519) was first published in Paris by Raphael du Fresne in 1651 in folio in the Italian text and almost immediately translated into French by Fréart de Chambray. It is one of the most important texts on painting to be written during the Renaissance. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        [Livres à Figures] Histoire d'Angleterre [Ensemble] Remarques et critiques sur l'Histoire d'Angleterre

      A La Haye: Chez Alexandre de Rogissart, 1724. relié. 12 tomes en 12 Vol. in 4 (22x29cm). Edition originale, illustrée de 1 frontispice, 5 cartes dépliantes, 22 belles figures en en-tête (Eisen, humblo), 8 portraits hors-texte et 10 tableaux généalogiques dépliants, une table chronologique. Belle publication, douée d'ornements et cul-de-lampe. Les Remarques de Tindel sont parues en 1733 chez Neaulme à La haye (4 tomes en 2 Vol. in 4 20x26cm) elles complètent l'Histoire de Rapin ; les deux ouvrages se trouvent rarement réunis. Outre les notes et remarques qui suivent le texte de Rapin, on y trouvera un abrégé des actes publics d'Angleterre chronologique. Demi Chagrin vert sombre circa 1850. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Papier jauni, avec piqûres éparses. Exemplaire à grandes marges, non rogné, sauf en marge haute. Cette monumentale histoire d'Angleterre est l'oeuvre d'un français. Elle est l'aboutissement d'une masse incroyable de matériaux que l'auteur avait amassée. C'est le premier ouvrage complet sur l'histoire d'Angleterre depuis l'origine, les invasions romaines, jusqu'à l'avènement de Guillaume III. L'auteur attache une importance considérable aux généalogies, et de ce fait, cette histoire est encore irremplaçable de nos jours. En fin d'ouvrage, une dissertation sur les Wig et les Tories et un tableau chronologique des fastes d'Angleterre. "C'était même la seule histoire qu'on pût citer en Europe comme approchant de la perfection qu'on exige de ces ouvrages." Voltaire. - Chez Alexandre de Rogissart, A La Haye _1724, 12 tomes en 12 Vol. in 4 (22x29cm), relié. - Livres à Figures relié

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        Chirurgie, In welcher Alles, was zur Wund-Artzney gehöret. Nach der neuesten und besten Art gründlich abgehandelt und in vielen Kupffer-Tafeln die neu erfundene und dienlichste Instrumenten, nebst den bequemsten Handgriffen der Chirurgischen Operationen und Bandagen deutlich vorgestellet werden. 2. Aufl. 3 Tle. in 1 Bd. Nürnberg, Hoffmann, 1724. 7 Bll., 856 (recte 846) S., 14 Bll. Mit gestoch. Porträt-Frontisp. u. 28 (davon 26 mehrfach gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. 4°. Hldr. d. Zt. m. RSch. (VDeckel lose).

      Hirsch/H. III, 141.- Beliebter chirurgisches Handbuch vom 'Begründer der wissenschaftlichen Chirurgie in Deutschland'.- Erste Lage lose, einige Tafeln verso mit Klebestreifen, diese teils etw. durchschlagend.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        The Compleat Fisherman. The Compleat Fisherman. Being a large and Particular Account, of all the Several Ways of Fishing now practised in Europe; with abundance of curious Secrets and Niceties in the Art of Fishing, as well in the Sea, as in Lakes, Meers, Ponds, Rivers or Brooks; whether by Darts, Spears, Harpoons, Nets, Hook and Line, or any other way whatsover. More particularly calculated for the Sport of Angling. With directions for preparing the angle rods, lines, hooks, and baits, proper for every part of the sport respectively; and also for the angler's conduct in rightly applying them. Also, an account of all the principal rivers, lakes, &c. in England; and what kinds of fish are more especially found in them

      London: W. Mears at the Lamb without Temple-Bar, S. Tooke and B. Motte, 1724. First Edition. 12mo. Folding engraved frontispiece, "fecit J.C.". [vi], .234 pp. Contemporary calf, some minor wear and darkening to spine, crisp copy. With 3 different bookplates of John Gerard Heckscher. Westwood and Satchell, p. 189

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        Missale Romanum ex decreto sacrosancti concilii tridentini restitutum, Pii V. Pont. Max. jussu editum, et Clementis VIII. prumum, nunc denuo Urbani Papae Ocatvi auctoritate recognitum

      Antwerpen, Plantin 1724. 30 cm. (64), 632, 126, (4) Seiten mit gestochener Titelvignette, 10 blattgroßen Textkupfern und zahlreichen Musiknoten. Rot und schwarz gedruckt. Festeinband, Ledereinband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messingschließen, 8 Messingbeschlägen und Griffregistern in Leder - Inhalt: Tabula paschalis, Tabella tempora festorum mobilium, Kalender, Rubricae generales Missalis, Ritus celebrandi Missam, De defectibus circa Missam occurrentibus, Praeparatio ad Missam, Orationes ante Missam, Orationes post Missam, Proprium missarum de tempore, Commune sanctorum. Angebunden 1 Blatt Handschrift: Appendice alphabetiques Festorum. Blattränder stellenwesie fingerfleckig, 11 Blatt teils stärker fleckig und Randverlust ergänzt, 2 Blatt einzelne Worte und Buchstaben handschriftlich ergänzt. Angebunden: Missae propriae sanctorum trium ordinum Fratrum Minorum S. P. N. Francisci. Antwerpen, Plantin 1721. 56 Seiten mit gestochener Titelvignette und Musiknoten. Rot und schwarz gedruckt. Angebunden und handschriftlich paginiert (S. 57 - 89) ein Nachtrag, bestehend aus 4 Blatt Handschrift und 13 Blatt aus "Supplementum missalis romani" und "Supplementum missarum particularium". - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        Bishop Burnet's History Of His Own Time, 2 Volumes

      London: Thomas ward/Joseph downing/Henry Woodfall, 1724. Book. Very Good-. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall. The restoration looks superb to my untutored eye. The books measure 14" x 9", collation is folio. The previous owners notes read , "1/2 morocco." The style is spine and tips(diagonally) done in leather, balance in marbled green/tan paper, pastedowns and endsheets are heavy cream tone stock. Printing data on volume 1 "Printed for Thomas Ward in the Inner-Temple lane-1724." the collector has penciled, on the first pastedown, "2 vols, first edition, RCTY" (sic). Book commences with title page, verso blank, 1 page advertisement to reader, verso blank, 5 leaves(10pages) of subscriber names, followed by a TOC numbered from 827 to 836. Following this the actual text begins at page 1 with a 4 page preface followed by text numbered to 826. After this 10 leaves(20 pages) of index, last of which is a "Proposal" advertisement. Reviewing the text for flaws beyond the customary waviness and age darkening, some light staining of text upper areas is noted at 1st page of TOC, some smudge elsewhere noted, no noting in text seen (excepting old owner name under title title page) wonderfully legible, no dog ear seen. Volume 2 printing data, "Printed for the editor by Joseph Downing in Bartholomew-Close and Henry Woodfall in the Strand-1734." After replaced endsheets, title page, Verso has penned note "The original manuscript of both volumes of this history will be deposited in the Cotton library by T. Burnet" boxed in double red lines. After this come a 10 leaf(20 page) subscriber list. Following comes TOC of the 2nd volume numbered 729 to 740. Actual text commences running page 1 (no number) thru 764 pages including a long index. Reviewing the text, the first 40 pages or so have large but mild ancient stain at upper area. The entirity of the upper text is also affected, same, but more mildly so. This darkens again at the end of the work. A similar stain affects the lower back pages. Also the piece has more fleck, smudge and corrected dog era than its brother, yet, spendid in its considerable age. Both items text edges have much edge darkening but a clean, unsmudged appearance. Looking at the exteriors they seem fine, excepting volume one which has 2 tiny imperfections where the paper meets the spine leather. one is a tiny chip out, pencil eraser size, and a tiny upper area ripple. Volume II has variegation of leather color on spine, suspect this is as the leather/cow was made. Books will weigh around 18 lbs for shipping, we will pay 1/2 of domestic media mail shipping and provide insurance and delivery confirmation at our expense, as we do with all expensive items. Overseas shipping by arrangement..

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        Les vies des hommes illustres de Plutarque, revues sur les mss. & traduites en françois, avec des remarques historiques et critiques, et le supplement des comparaisons qui ont été perdues. On y a joint les tetes que l´on a pu trouver, & une table generale des matieres. Par M. Dacier.

      Amsterdam, R. & G. Wetstein, 1724. Nine volumes. Each volume with a frontispiece and a title page printed in red and black +totally 30 engraved portraits. Contemporary full calf with marbled edges. 17 X 10 cm. Owner´s signature (G. A. Reutercrona 1803). Hinges has started to crack at top

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        Synodorum generalium, ac provincialium decreta, et canones, scholiis, notis, ac historica actorum dissertatione illustrati, per f. christianum lupum, iprensem, ordinis heremitarum sancti augustini, sacrae theologiae in alma lovaniensi universitate doctorem, ac regium primarium professorem ... venetiis, albrizzi, 1724-29.

      Dodici volumi di cm. 35, pp. 400 ca. ciascuno. Bel ritratto all'antiporta del primo volume e bello stemma gesuitico in calcografia inciso da Zuliani al centro di ciascun frontespizio. Capolettera e testate in xilografia. Perfetta legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, dorsi a piccoli nervi con titoli in oro su tasselli. Tagli spruzzati. Esemplare marginoso, freschissimo ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. La cura dell'opera affidata al padre Filippini di Ravenna contiene alcuni scritti mai apparsi precedentemente. Christian Wolf nasce a Ypres nelle Fiandre il 12 giugno 1612 ed a 15 anni entra nell'ordine degli Eremiti di S. Agostino. Insegna filosofia e teologia a Colonia e Lovanio e, grazie alla sua reputazione, diventa amico del cardinale Fabio Chigi, poi papa Alessandro VII. Accusato di giansenismo viene chiamato a Roma a giustificare la sua fede dove rimane per cinque anni. Tornato a Lovanio succede a Gerard van Wern alla cattedra di regio professore, ma muore il 10 luglio 1681, prima di prenderne possesso. La sua opera consta soprattutto di raccolte di materiali altrui, trascrizioni di manoscritti, lavori di erudizione filologica nel campo della patrologia greca e latina. Wolf viene generalmente ricordato per la sua sapienza ed erudizione. Nell'"Histoire litteraire de la république des lettres" del gennaio 1726, dando l'annuncio dell'avviata edizione veneziana delle opere, si trova invece questo curioso giudizio sul Wolf: "Un habile homme, mais rempli de préjugés, and opinatre à n'en jamais démordre".

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        The Life of Sir Leoline Jenkins, Judge of the High-Court of Admiralty, And Prerogative Court of Canterbury . . . [with] the Resolution of many difficult and curious Points in the Common and Civil Law, Law of Merchants and of Nations [etc.]. Two Volumes

      A "literally gigantic" work and the best early source for the life and works of Jenkins, "easily the greatest of the civilians of his day" in Holdsworth's words, brought together by Serjeant Wynne who "was to Jenkins as Boswell was to Johnson". Contemporary blind-panelled calf, quite worn, rebacked and repaired, some browning and dustiness, ex-library, yet a good crisp set; with the portrait. Printed for Joseph Downing, in Bartholomew Close [etc.], London, 1724.

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        A NATURAL HISTORY OF ENGLISH INSECTS. Illustrated with a hundred copper plates, curiously engraven from the life: and (for those who desire it) exactly coloured by the author. To which are added, large notes and many curious observations by W. Derham, Fellow of the Royal Society.

      In-4 p. (mm. 285x223), p. pelle bazana coeva, cornici dorate ai piatti, dorso a cordoni (cuffie restaur.) con decoraz. e tit. oro ai riquadri, 12 pp.nn. (frontesp., dedica, prefaz., elenco sottoscrittori); (2),26,(2) pp.num. poste al fine e con le note di Derham. L'opera presenta 100 magnifiche tavv. (ciasc. con più figure) relative a farfalle e a falene, colorate a mano dallo stesso Albin e inc. in rame (su carta forte) da vari artisti (Van der Gucht, Hulett, Terasson e Albin) su disegni originali dell'autore. Ogni tav. è dedicata a un aristocratico (v. elenco dei sottoscrittori all'inizio) ed è ampiam. descritta a fronte. Questa importante opera sui lepidotteri fu la prima, in Inghilterra, ad essere illustrata con tavole a colori. Rara "seconda edizione, con l'aggiunta delle note di Derham". (La I del 1720 non le conteneva). Cfr. Nissen,58. Cfr. anche Benezit,I, p. 162: "Eleazar Albin, pseudonyme de Weiss, mort vers 1740, fut aquarelliste et dessinateur. Savant d'origine allemande, il vécut à Londres, où il publia un nombre important de dessins d'histoire naturelle, entre 1720 et 1740. Les ouvrages plus célèbres qu'il a illustrés d'après nature sont l'"Histoire naturelle des oiseaux" et l'"Histoire naturelle des insectes"?. Bell'esemplare.

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        L?Atto Pubblico di Fede solennemente celebrato nella Città di Palermo à 6 Aprile 1724.

      In Palermo, nella Regia Stamperia d?Agostino ed Antonino Epiro, 1724. In 8vo (Cm.27x20). Pp.14n.nn., IX, 112. Due (di quattro) grandi tavole spieghevoli incise in rame da Francesco Cichè (vedi foto). Mezza pergamena. Edizione originale rara. Moncada, 1486.

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        Exercitationes Quaedam Mathematicae.Venice: Domenico Lovisa, 1724. First edition.

      A fine copy, printed on thick paper, of Daniel Bernoulli's first mathematical publication. "In 1724 Bernoulli published [with the help of Christian Goldbach] his Exercitationes mathematicae in Venice, which attracted so much attention that he was called to the St. Petersburg Academy [where he met with Leonhard Euler]. ... This treatise combined four separate works dealing, respectively, with the game of faro, the outflow of water from the openings of containers, Riccati's differential equation, and the lunulae (figures bounded by two circular arcs). <br/><br/> "The discussions on Jacopo Riccati's differential equation were initiated in 1724 by the problem presented by Riccati in the Supplementa to the Acta eruditorum. ... Bernoulli demonstrated that Riccati's special differential equation <i>ax<sup>n</sup> dx + u<sup>2</sup>dx = b du</i> could be integrated through separation of the variables for the values <i>n = -4c/2c ± 1</i>), where <i>c</i> takes on all integral values - positive, negative, and zero. ... In the first part of the Exercitationes..., dealing with faro, Bernoulli furnished data on recurrent series that later proved to have no practical application. ... [but] was evidence of his early interest in the work on the theory of probability done by his predecessors Montmort and De Moivre, which had been nourished by discussions with his cousin Nikolaus I." (DSB).. 4to: 260 x 190 mm. Contemporary vellum. Provenance: Engraved book plate of George Frederick Nott (1767 - 1841) to front paste down. Pp. 96 and 1 engaved plate. Printed on thick paper. A very fine and clean copy

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        Die Natürliche Philosophia, von Verwandelung der Metallen in Gold und Silber, durch das allerhöchste Geheimniß, welches genennet wird der lapis philosophorum.

      Mit gest. Frontisp. (in Pag.). 140 S. Moderne Lwd. 16,5 x 10 cm. Ferguson II, 561 Anm.; Caillet 11569; Brüning 3892. - Zweite deutsche Ausgabe (erstmals 1609). - Vgl. Duveen 631: "One of the very few alchemical books to which Brunet allows any commercial value." - Zacaire wurde 1510 in Guienne geboren. Nach einem ausgedehnten Studium alchemistischer Schriften gelang ihm 1550 zumindest seine Transmutation: er heiratete. Dann begab er sich in Begleitung seiner Frau und eines Dieners auf Reisen. Kaum war er aber 1556 in Köln angelangt, wurde er von seinem Diener erwürgt. Dieser flüchtete mit Frau und Tinktur. Die Romanautoren machten um diese Vorlage natürlich keinen Bogen. - Nur leicht fleckig.

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        Les Essais de Michel Seigneur de Montaigne. Nouvelle Edition. 3 vol.

      Londres, J. Tonson & J. Watts, 1724. Engraved titlepages. Engraved frontispiece of Michel de Montaigne by Jereau le Jeune. Bound in contemporary but little worn bindings with raised bands and gilt spine.. Hinges repaired on vol. 1 and 2 outside and internally. Spine cracked. Edges with some wear. Internally very well preserved and only minor foxing except on titlepage of vol. 1

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