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2010-08-24 11:21:14
Molyneux, William & James Barry
Dublin: Pressick Rider & Thomas Harbin for Pat Dugan, Bookseller on Cork Hill, 1725. Dublin: Pressick Rider & Thomas Harbin for Pat Dugan, Bookseller on Cork Hill, 1725. Rebacked, in matching calf, raised bands, retaining contemporary calf blind tooled panelled boards and old red label on spine. . Some spotting, waterstain to title and dedication, otherwise internally clean. Front edge of lower board worn, corners worn at tips. A good copy of a scarce book.. 12mo, in two parts. Pp. t.p., vi , [iv] , 192 - pagination is continuous but Pt II, the Case of Tenures, has its own title and dedication from p.119. Frontispiece portrait of author by P.Simmer Sc.. Engraved head- and tail-pieces. William Molyneaux, philosopher and scientist, translator of Galileo and Descartes, and co-founder of Dublin Philosohical Society, was a friend of John Locke. The Case of Ireland was first published in 1698. The second part of this present work, James BarryÕs Case of Tenures was first published in 1637. The British Library lists a 1720 edition of this present work, the first combined edition of these two works.& & The NUC has 2 copies of this 1725 edition.
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2010-08-03 08:59:53
Kopergravure ca. 1725. , handgekleurd. Links bovenin cartouche met 3 schaalstokken: 'Gemeene Duytsche Mylen', 'Groote Duytsche Mylen', 'Fransche Mylen'. Afmeting: 48,5 X 59,5 cm, geleverd in zuurvrij passe-partout.Bommene bij Brouwershaven staat op de kaart als ondergelopen gebied aangegeven zonder de datum 1682, evenals de Bergsen Polder, bedijkt in 1692, bij Tholen. In tegenstelling tot de Allard-kaart hebben de nieuw ingedijkte polders op Noord-Beveland een naam gekregen. Ref.: Gittenberger, 'Zeeland in oude kaarten'; Blonk 55.2.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs [Middelburg, Netherlands]
2010-08-02 14:33:02
Crouch, Henry
1725. London, 1725. Second edition. "A Complete System of His Majesty's Revenue of Customs" Crouch, Henry [d. 1732]. A Complete View of the British Customs. Containing, I. A Perfect and Distinct Account of the Several Particular Branches Whereof that Revenue Consists. II. The Former and Additional Books of the Rates of Merchandizes, From Which Most of Those Branches are Chargeable (...) All Calculated to the Utmost Exactness. Together With the Several Rules, Orders, &c. Annexed to the Book of Rates. III. Directions for, And Examples of, the Method of Computing the Aforesaid Duties to be Paid and Repaid; With the Drawbacks and Bounties on the Exportation of Several British Goods, &c. IV. The Several Ports, Members and Creeks of Great Britain; The Lawful Keys, Wharfs, &c. And the Fees Payable to the Officers of the Customs in the Port of London: with the Duties of Scavage, Package, &c. Payable to the Said City. V. An Index, Wherein is Comprehended the Substance of the Several Laws Now in Force, Relating to the Customs, &c. The Whole Being a Complete System of His Majesty's Revenue of Customs. Continued to the End of Session of Parliament, Anno Noni Georgii. To Which is Now Added, A Supplement, Containing Several Alterations and Additions. And the Rates of Merchandizes Usually Imported, And Not Particularly Rated in the Former Book of Rates. With the Total Net Duties and Drawbacks. Being a Further Continuation to the End of the Session of Parliament, Anno Undecimo Georgii. London: Printed for J. Osborn and T. Longman, 1725. [iv], [2], 439, [1] pp. Octavo (8" x 5"). Contemporar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2010-07-22 01:58:18
VISSCHER, Nicolaes (1649-1702)
Peter Schenck Junior, Amsterdam 1725 - Copper engraving with stunning period colour. Printed on fine laid paper. In excellent condition. An elegant map of Spain and Portugal by the celebrated cartographer Nicolaes Visscher. For nearly a century the Visscher family dominated Amsterdam's map trade. Claez Jansz Visscher (1587-1652) founded the business at the beginning of the seventeenth century, establishing the firm near the workshop of the great Dutch publisher Pieter van der Keere. At this time he produced a few separately issued maps but his first major atlas was completely comprised of maps printed from van der Keere's old plates. The business was continued by Visscher's son and grandson, Nicholaes Visscher I (1618-1679) and Nicholaes Visscher II (1649-1702). During their lifetimes they issued a great quanity of atlases, which they consistently updated and revised with the latest cartographic discoveries. Elizabeth Visscher, the widow of Nicholaes II, continued the business after her husband's death and published both an Atlas Minor and an Atlas Major in several revised editions. This is a very attractive and readable map of the Iberian Peninsula by Nicolaes Visscher. The cartouche shows the combined coat of arms representing one kingdom, as it was under Philip II (and his successors) until 1640, when Portugal broke away. Moreland & Bannister, Antique Maps , online edition; Tooley, Maps and Mapmakers.
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)
2010-06-19 00:41:30
Sutton, Nicholas
1725. Image of Furnival's Inn by Noted Engraver Sutton, Nicholas. Furnival's Inn, c. 1725. 13" x 18" copperplate engraving, handsomely matted and glazed. Image notably fresh. $400. * This engraving, which has a caption near the top margin, offers a bird's eye view of the courtyard of Furnival's Inn, its buildings and the surrounding neighborhood. The appearance of the Inn and the clothing and vehicles of the figures places the date of this image in the early decades of the eighteenth century. Sutton was highly regarded for his topographical engravings. Many were created for later editions of John Stow's Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, which is probably the source of this plate. Furnival's Inn was an Inn of Chancery attached to Lincoln's Inn that was founded in 1383. Sir Thomas More was a reader at this Inn; Dickens rented rooms there in 1834 to 1837, the time when he was writing the Pickwick Papers.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2010-06-17 17:46:19
Augsburg, Pfeffel 1725. Orig.-Kupferstich von I. A. Corvinus aus Salomon Kleiner. Vera et accurata delineatio...Wahrhaffte und genaue Abbildung Aller Kirchen und Clöster.. 22,5 x 33,5 cm. (Bildausschn.). Breitrandiger, kräftiger Abdruck. Nebehay-W. 306, II, 13 Versand D: 4,00 EUR Graphik, Viennensia
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2010-06-17 17:46:19
Augsburg, Pfeffel 1725. Orig.-Kupferstich von I. A. Corvinus aus Salomon Kleiner. Vera et accurata delineatio...Wahrhaffte und genaue Abbildung Aller Kirchen und Clöster.. 22,5 x 33,5 cm. (Bildausschn.). Breitrandiger, kräftiger Abdruck. Nebehay-W. 306, II, 31 - Das Palais des Erzbischofs von Valencia, Folco de Cardona befindet sich in der Josefstädterstr. Nr. 39. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Graphik, Viennensia
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2010-06-17 17:43:24
Artikeldetails Prospect deß Kien-Marckts. [WILDPRETMARKT] - Augsburg, Pfeffel 1725. Orig.-Kupferstich von I. A. Corvinus aus Salomon Kleiner. Vera et accurata delineatio...Wahrhaffte und genaue Abbildung Aller Kirchen und Clöster.. 22,5 x 33,5 cm. (Bildausschn.). Breitrandiger, kräftiger Abdruck. Bestell-Nr: 0261-05 Bemerkungen: Nebehay-W. 306, II, 13 Schlagworte: Graphik, ViennensiaEUR 237,79 (inkl. 10,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-06).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2010-04-29 18:42:19
Amstelodami: Sumptibus Societatis [David Millius], 1725. Amstelodami: Sumptibus Societatis [David Millius]. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Covers rubbed. Loss to spine leather of volume 2. Occasional slight foxing. 1725. Seventh Edition. Brown hardback leather cover. 170mm x 100mm (7" x 4"). 903pp; 928pp. Written in Greek. Bookplate of Montagu Burgoyne. Title page with small woodcut engraving. The second recognised edition from the Vatican in Rome. .
Bookseller: Barter Books [United Kingdom]
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2010-04-28 19:51:25
London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1725., 1725. First Pope Edition. The 7th Edition overall after the four folio editions and the two Rowe octavo editions, making it the First Quarto Edition as well. 7 volumes; 4to. Original full calf boards, scuffed; recently recornered and respined to style with red and green title labels, gilt to raised bands. Ownership to all volumes. A very handsome set if somewhat browned and foxed internally. The 7th volume, often not present, contains Venus and Adonis, Tarquin and Lucrece and Miscellany Poems with a Preface by Dr. Sewell.
Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books
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2010-04-27 12:48:37
Allard, Hugo (1625 - 1691)/Ottens, Reiner (1698 - 1750) and Ottens, Joshua (1704-1765)
Amsterdam: Ottens Brothers, 1725. A MAP OF NEW ENGLAND CONTAINING THE FAMOUS "RESTITUTIO" VIEW Copper-plate engraving with original hand color: plate size 181/2" x 213/4" Reference: Philip D. Burden, The Mapping of North America: A List of Printed Maps 1511-1670 (Rickmansworth, 1996), 476-477. This map is one of five that closely follows the Visscher Novii Belgii. It is a magnificent version of Hugo Allard's edition published by the Ottens brothers, after their purchase of Allard's plate in 1708, and shows the famous "Restitutio" view of New York. In 1664, the English successfully captured New Amsterdam and renamed it New York. The Dutch were entirely unable to rival the English, but for one brief episode between 1673 and 1674 when they recaptured the city and renamed it New Amsterdam. It was then that this updated version of Visscher's map was first engraved replacing the inset view of New York with what became dubbed the "Restituto" view. The inset celebrated the 'restoration' of New Amsterdam to Holland, in August 1673, by the fleet under the command of Cornelius Evertsen. The figure on the pedestal is holding a laurel of victory, while the updated glimpse at the southern tip of Manhattan shows a city that has grown significantly, and is a triumphant indication of Dutch pride in its recapture. Unlike the Visscher view, here the town is depicted from the east. On the right-hand side of the view is part of the wall that became Wall Street, with its guardhouse and gate. To its right are new settlements that were just beginning to crop up north of the wal … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-04-27 10:12:09
Edinburgh: Johannem Arnoldum Langerak, 1725. Edinburgh: Johannem Arnoldum Langerak. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Discoloured and bellied covers. Some foxing and marks. Volume two title and index pages carefully hand-drawn. 1725. Reprint. White hardback vellum cover. 400mm x 260mm (16" x 10"). [100pp], 732pp, index, [xxxvii], 116pp; [x], 770pp, [iv]. .
Bookseller: Barter Books [United Kingdom]
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2010-04-24 08:56:26
HOMANN, Johann Baptist (1663-1724)
Nuremberg: Homann, c. 1725. Engraved with attractive later colour, excellent impression. Small repair to bottom margin, otherwise excellent condition. 19 1/2 x 22 1/2 inches. 20 5/8 x 23 1/4 inches. A beautiful, sharp impression of a work that is both a map and a tribute to the young Dutch Republic Johann Baptist Homann, the leading German cartographer of the early 18th century, derived his style from the great Dutch mapmakers of the previous century, adding a Baroque flair, as demonstrated in this excellent map of the Dutch Republic and its colonies. Homann's admiration is most clearly shown in the cartouche in which the title is supported by mermaids and attended by putti bearing the Dutch Lion and a caduceus, here symbolising commerce and possibly peace (the Romans used it as a symbol of truce). Neptune himself stands to the left and points approvingly at the words "Batavorum Reipublicæ". Flanking the exuberant cartouche are maps of the Dutch spheres of influence: the New Netherlands with an oval view of Manhattan and the East Indies, with an oval view of Batavia on Java. In point of fact, the Dutch no longer ruled New Amsterdam, though they remained a strong element in the life of the city and along the Hudson River. The main topic of the map is of course the United Provinces themselves, here handsomely delineated and printed with period hand- colouring. The inset in the lower right is the southern continuation of Geldria. All in all, this is an exceptionally good example of Homann's work and a fine celebration of Holland.
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
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2010-04-23 22:37:33
Fischer von Erlach, Johann Bernhard:
Leipzig, 1725. Copper engraving, 29.5 x 42 cms, black and white. Shows Trajan’s Column in a reconstruction of its original setting. From the second edition of Fischer von Erlach’s extraordinary work on comparative architecture.
Bookseller: Tim Bryars Ltd
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2010-04-21 20:03:19
Bible - Dutch.
By Samuel Schoonwald, Boekverkooper, Tot Amsterdam: 1725., 1725 ff. [10], 358, 144, 84, [2], 170 leaves. No maps or plates. Printed in Dutch gothic type, in double columns within a ruled border. Thick large 4to. Worn contemporary full leather binding. Highly decorated in gold gilt. Tooled with ownership initials and a date: 1733 / A.C.H. / C.J.H. en C.C. / A.S. / T.M.B. Original decorative brass clasp hardware that appear to be from a much earlier era. The Dutch Martin Luther edition, edited by Nicolaas Haas from A. Visscher's version. Haas' notes translated from the German by I. Le Long. The only Dutch Bible published by Samuel Schoonwald, See: Darlow & Moule 3344 Note. Though worn, the binding is still very impressive. Scarce. **PRICE JUST REDUCED! W108. Full Leather. Hardcover. Good.
Bookseller: FAMILY ALBUM, ABAA [Kinzers, PA, U.S.A.]
2010-04-21 17:01:46
Bunyan, John
London: John Marshall 12mo (14.7 cm, 5.75"). 166 pp. (lacking final blank f.). 1725 Uncommon early 18th-century edition of this important theological work, originally printed in 1685. All of Bunyan?'s works, not just his Pilgrim?'s Progress, were widely read and often reprinted in his day; this 1725 printing is described as the 12th edition, but ESTC locates only three editions (in 1704, 1705, and 1706) between the initial appearance and the present example. The 1704?-25 editions are all scarce, surviving in only a few copies each. John Marshall also issued this work in the same year as the present example with a slightly different title-page, reading ?"Wherein several great and weighty things . . . ,?" this being a copy of the issue with a cancel title-page. => The text is illustrated with one woodcut scene. A few copies are described as having a frontispiece, which would not be integral to the collation; presumably it was added later and so not original. Provenance: John Kinsman, jun., 1760; Edwin P. Farnham, 1903. Recent speckled paper wrappers. Free endpapers and first and last leaves with worm damage to edges; final blank leaf lacking. Front free endpaper and dedication page with rubber-stamped numerals (no other markings). Lower outer corners waterstained in first portion of volume; some darker stains from laid-in plant matter, with several leaves having words obscured or lost due to botanical adhesions — in the worst case, one leaf with hole affecting about 30 words from having adhered to plant matter, subsequent leaf with about 15 words obscured. Some headers just s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
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2010-04-20 03:44:17
Gavin, Antonio
J. Stephens, London, 1725. Second Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Full leather, scuffed, edges little worn, hinges cracked. Foxing, some stains. Advertisement in back for subscribers to a proposed 2nd volume. In fact, two more volumes were published after this work. Size: 8vo. 271 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1 pound or less. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; 18th century; Religion & Theology. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 2094. .
Bookseller: Noah's Ark Book Attic
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2010-04-18 09:05:56
Wahlstedt, Jacobus J.:
Uppsala: Literis Wernerianis, [1725].. [2],48pp. 16mo. Gathered signatures, stitched. Slight marginal fox marks, else very good. A rare 18th-century scholarly paper presenting evidence of visits of the Northmen to America, and describing the location of Vinland with respect to Greenland and North America. HOWES W15, "aa." SABIN 100960. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 725/208. MULLER 346. BELL W15.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2010-04-18 04:48:04
Halfpenny, William
London, 1725. Second edition. Folio. Complete with engraved allegorical frontispiece (with some staining and strengthened in gutter), subscribers list, 25 engraved plates most of which are folding, and errata leaf at end. 65, [1, errata], [2, ads] pp. Bound in polished modern calf. Some staining throughout, one plate remargined at outer edge. Archer 129.2
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2010-04-16 21:47:22
Parsons, Robert
Berlin, Rüdiger, 1725.. (.. Aus dem Englischen ins Teutsche übersetzt, an vielen Orten verbessert, und mit zweyen herrlichen neuen Tractätlein vermehret ... Benebens etlichen nohtwendigen Registern, und einem Bericht Johann Michael Dilherrns, an den Christlichen Leser // angebunden: Das Gespräch des Hertzens oder das eyferige Gebet, welches aus geistlichen Betrachtungen veranlasset im Sinne, sonder Rede, zu Gott geschickt wird // Ein edles Büchlein von der innerlichen geistlichen Hoffart...durch Albertum Dranckmeisterum, Ulcensem ).( Verfasser ermittelt laut *Karlsruher Virtueller Katalog* ) Mit Titelkupfer, Titel, 6 n.n. Blättern, 822 Seiten, 13 n.n. Blätter ( Register ) sowie die angebundenen 2 Teile *Traktate* ebenfalls bei Rüdiger, Berlin, 1725 mit 1 Titelkupfer, 224 Seiten, 7 n.n. Blätter Register. Im Text mit einigen gestochenen Vignetten. Ganzlederband der Zeit, 8°. Der Einband stark berieben, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen, Einbandrücken an den Kapitalen beschädigt, Rückdeckel mit Wurmlöchern im oberen Bereich. Innen das Titelkupfer im oberen Bereich beschädigt (hinterlegt) und wie auch der Titel und die ersten Seiten stärker fleckig bzw. fingerfleckig, sonst die Seiten teils etwas fleckig, fingerfleckig oder stockfleckig. - selten - ( Gewicht 700 Gramm ) ( Pic erhältlich / webimage available ).
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2010-04-16 05:31:23
[Church of England]
London: Printed by John Baskett and Assigns of Henry Hills, 1725. Leather Bound. Very Good. 3 3/4 x 6 1/4 inches. 3 ffep (1 marbled) + A (8 page quire) + B - O (12 page quires) + P (4 page quire). Griffiths 1725/2 (with variant printer listed on title page). Bound with: [Edmund Parker], A Companion to the Altar: Shewing the Nature and Necessity of a Sacramental Preparation, in order to our Worthy Receiving the Holy Communion, London: Printed for Edmund Parker, 1725. 10th edition. 74 numbered pages, with engraving and separate title page. ESTCT230779. Bound with: Sternhold, Thomas, and John Hopkins, The Whole Book of Psalms Collected into English Metre, London: Printed by Tho[mas] Wood, 1726. 96 unnumbered pages. Collates as A - D (12 page quires) + 3 rfep (1 marbled). ESTCT88842 (with variant date on title page). Bound in full black morocco with gilt Georgian style paneling to boards and extensive gilt decorations to spine, which is in six compartments with raised bands, wear and crack to spine and wear to edges, which have been professionally conserved. All page edges gilt. A nicely bound and very clean combination of Georgian liturgical and devotional texts.
Bookseller: St. Wulfstans Books [United States]
2010-04-12 09:57:13
M Accii Plauti [Plautus] Commentary By Friedrich Taubmann
Patavii: Josephus Cominus, 1725. In Latin, 1725. Well-kept copy in full vellum, most likely from the mid-nineteenth century, with gilt spine lettering, uncut edges, xxxx, 830, [1] pages. Vellum age-darkened to a golden color, light speckles and surface soil, covers lie flat and square, good hinges, sound text block, bookplate "Libris Comitis Guillemi Ludolf" [Wilhelm or William Ludolf] on front pastedown, "Charles O'Connor, Naples 1900" neatly written on front free endpaper, pages otherwise very clean and unmarked. A clean, sound and attractive copy.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.
Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC [U.S.A.]
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2010-03-22 17:47:44
Augsburg, Pfeffel 1725. Orig.-Kupferstich von G. D. Heumann aus Salomon Kleiner. Vera et accurata delineatio...Wahrhaffte und genaue Abbildung Aller Kirchen und Clöster.. 22,5 x 33,5 cm. (Bildausschn.). Unter Passepartout. Nebehay-W. 306, II, 6 Versand D: 4,00 EUR Graphik, Viennensia
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2010-03-20 18:32:47
Herrera, Antonio de:
London. 1725-1726.. London. 1725-1726.. Six volumes. Complete with three folding maps and fifteen plates (twelve folding). Contemporary calf, rebacked with original spines laid down; spines gilt, leather labels. Corners repaired, light wear to boards. Minimal foxing and soiling, generally quite clean internally. Overall, very good. The first edition in English of one of the primary accounts of the early Spanish conquest of the New World, originally published in Madrid in 1601-15. Herrera was the official historian to Philip II, and was able to examine many documents which were later destroyed, making his work a primary document in its own right. It is one of the most basic New World histories. "These volumes are important for the history of the conquest, colonization, and progress of the Spaniards in America" - Hill. HILL 804. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 725/195. WAGNER, SPANISH SOUTHWEST 12i. BORBA DE MORAES, p.399. PALAU 114314. SERVIES 295. ESTC N1037.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2010-03-12 21:34:32
CALMET, Augustinus.
Leiden, Samuel Luchtmans, 1725-1727. ca.1800 pp, 106 (of 112) plates and folding plates, folio later halfcloth. 2 Volumes.- Corners slightly bumped and worn. Not present 6 plates: Overblyfselen der Tuinen, en groote waterbakken van Salomon; Afbeelding van de stad Efezen; Hoogstens gewyd tot den dienst der Afgoden; Plattegrond van het Paleis van Salomon, genaamd het Huys des woudts van Libanon; Gezicht en afbeelding van het Paleis van Salomon, anders genaamt het huys des woudts van Libanon; Gezicht of voorgevel van den Tempel te Jeruzalem, wederopgehaald door Herodes den Grooten. KEYWORDS:maps/plans/views/bible.
Bookseller: Krul Antiquarian Books [Hoofddorp, Netherlands]
2010-03-08 18:42:33
T. Meighan, 1725. First edition, 8vo, pp. [4], 336; title-p. printed in red and black; old calf with an early 20th century rebacking, maroon morocco label on spine; the calf a bit stressed at the gutter, edges worn, but the binding is sound. Stevens, "probably an Irishman" (DNB) was an officer in the English army with some military experience in Ireland, and perhaps Portugal; his father was purportedly on the staff of the English ambassador to Spain. Alston XII, 151. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [US]
2010-01-11 14:41:39
CAMPBELL, Colen (1676-1729)
London: Published by Colen Campbell, 1725. Engraved by Henry Hulsbergh. On laid paper. Two repaired tears in the bottom margin, well outside image. From Colen Campbell's "Vitruvius Britannicus, or the British Architect" Vitruvius Britannicus is one of the great eighteenth-century English architectural works. It illustrates, in a way, the social revolution that occured in the first half of the 18th century under the governance of Robert Walpole. Noble country estates as grand as any in continental Europe appeared throughout the land. These are buildings of Classical formality and grandeur, implying familial and imperial permanence, vast, symmetrical palaces that preside over their surroundings. Colen Campbell (1676-1729) was a descendant of the Campbells of Cawdor Castle in Scotland. As an architect, he favored the Palladian style and, through his own designs and with Vitruvius Britannicus , helped establish it as the dominant style in great buildings, both public and private, in England. Cliefden House near Maidenhead was at one time a residence of Frederick, Prince of Wales, son of George II, but outlived by his father. The building burnt down in 1795.
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-01-05 07:53:51
Mack, Mathias, SJ.
Nürnberg und Prag, Paul Lochner, 1725. (62), 864, 46 SS., l. w. Bl. Ohne das Frontispiz. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Gesprenkelter Lederband der Zeit auf 4 Bünden mit blindgepr. Deckelfileten und Resten eines hs. Rückenschildchens. Dreiseitiger lose gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. 4to. Erste und einzige Ausgabe dieser vom Aschauer Jesuiten Mack (1672-1740) auf Grundlage von Predigten des Jesuitengenerals J. P. Oliva zusammengestellten Predigtsammlung. - Ecken etwas bestoßen; Kapitale lädiert. Innen papierbedingt gelegentlich etwas braunfleckig, sonst sauber und wenig gebräunt. Am vorderen Innendeckel zeitgenöss. hs. Besitzvermerk des Augustiners und Professors Simplician Wetzl (dat. 1725). - Nicht in Göttingen. De Backer/Sommervogel V, 265, 1. Jöcher/Adelung IV, 317. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2009-12-08 21:17:38
Kbhvn. u. å (ca. 1725). 4to. (4) + 1330 + (4) s. Samt. helskindsbd. med blindtrykte dekorationer og Christian VI's super-exlibris på permerne. Mangler spænder.. Bibl. Dan. I, 516. Denne opbyggelsesbog var uhyre populær igennem hele 1700-tallet og opnåede 22 oplag
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2009-11-25 10:48:04
Paris: Chez Pissot Libraire, 1725. Half Calf. Very Good. 4to (24.1 x 18.6 cm). Half calf with new spine and speckled marble boards. Collation: [xvi] 128 p. + 5 engraved plates (all folding). . The spine has raised bands and blank panels with separate leather gilt title in upper panel. Boards have wear along edges and corners. There is embossed coat of arms from the German Duchy of Mecklenburg -Schwerin for Leibgarde zu Pferde (Horse Guards). All edges of text block colored in red. There is an ink stamp on front free end paper with catalog information from personal library. There is also some pencil and ink notation on top of title page. The internal condition is generally very good with only minor damp staining along upper right edge of last 25 plus pages but not affecting text or plates. The plates have worming on the blank portion away from plate marks. The plates were at one time collected together, as evidenced by the wormhole at same area on each plate.Ex Libris. Roberts and Trent note that "This posthumous work was edited from Varignon's manuscripts by Pujol. The study opens with a general discussion of motion, declaring Varignon's discoveries in the field of forces and acceleration, which were based on Galileo's work… Varignon lays down principles of the movement and measurement of water, with applications both to flowing and gusing water, and for measurements of pipes in aqueducts and fountains." The provenance of this book comes from the coat of arms on the cover where the Horse Guards is written in German along the lower portion of the inner perimeter of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Botanicum [United States]
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2009-11-04 05:48:42
No publisher. London. 1725. FIRST Mrs STANLEY EDITION. Folio. xii,511pp. Lovely tall, wide margined copy (16 x 10.4 inches). Title page vignette and head and tail pieces engraved by Gribelin. A very good copy in contemporary full calf binding with blind tooled decorative border on boards. Spine with raised bands, the compartments decorated in gilt. Brown label, ruled and lettered in gilt. Expertly re-backed with original spine laid down. Hinges strengthened. Formerly in the Library, at Clandon Park in Surrey, of William Hillier, 4th Earl of Onslow and with his book plate on rear paste down endpaper (The subscribers list includes Lady Onslow) and a bookplate on front paste down stating -- Bought at the sale of the Clandon Library. Lot 759. 0 pounds - 2 shillings - 0 pence. A very good attractive copy.
Bookseller: Paul Foster Books [London, UK]
2009-10-27 21:53:35
St Amand, George
1725. British Liberty: A Legacy of "Our Ancestors in Germany" St. Amand, George. An Historical Essay on the Legislative Power of England. Wherein the Origin of Both Houses of Parliament, Their Antient Constitution, And the Changes That Have Happen'd in the Persons that Compos'd them, With the Occasions Thereof, Are Related in a Chronological Order. And Many Things Concerning the English Government, The Antiquities of the Laws of England, And the Feudal Law, Are Occasionally Illustrated and Explain'd. London: Printed for Tho. Woodward, 1725. [xvi], 197, 23 pp. includes three-page publisher catalogue. Octavo (7-1/2" x 4-3/4"). Contemporary paneled calf with speckled outer frames and contrasting central panel, raised bands to spine, lettering piece lacking. Rubbing to extremities with some wear, front board just beginning to separate from spine but secure, scuff to rear board, chipping to spine ends, another chip near head. Woodcut head and tail-pieces. Early signature to front pastedown. Interior notably clean and bright. A solid copy of a rare title. $500. * Only edition. St. Amand locates the origins of British liberty under the law in the political culture of the Saxons. "[O]ur Ancestors in Germany were a free people, and had a right to assent, or dissent to all Laws. And may an uninterrupted exercise thereof (for the right itself can never be extinguish'd) continue 'till Time shall be no more" (iii). A second edition was published in 1767. This work was later included in John Almon's A Complete Collection of the Lords' Protests (1767). English Short-Title Catalogue T11633 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-09-21 04:35:11
Jacob, Giles (1686-1744)
London: In the Savoy: Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling, (assigns of Edward Sayer, Esq;) for T. Corbett at Addison's Head, w, 1725. London: In the Savoy: Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling, (assigns of Edward Sayer, Esq;) for T. Corbett at Addison's Head, without Temple-Bar. MDCCXXV. [1725], 1725. 1st Edition . Leather. Fair. Description: 8vo (7 × 5½ in): [6], vi, 224, [8] p. Contemporary calf. · Register: 8º: A^2 a^4 B-P^8 Q^4. · Condition: Joints cracked, paper label perished, signs of water damage. Old mildew stain through first half of book, print still legible; worm trail, mainly confined to gutter, but occasionally affecting a letter or two. · Comments: · References: Holdsworth, HEL 12:425; ESTC T137466.
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2009-09-17 21:10:32
1725 ff Berlin. o. A. Pappe Angebunden sind: Revidirte Ordnung nach welcher die Apotheker in den Königlichen Preußischen Landen ihr Kunst-Gewerbe betreiben sollen. Berlin, den 11ten October 1801 (36 Seiten); sowie Edikt betreffend die Einführung einer neu revidirten Taxe für die Medizinal-Personen vom 21sten Juni 1815 (24 Seiten) - Taxe für praktischen Ärzte, die Wundärtzte, die Geburtshelfer, die Zahnärzte, die gerichtlichen Ärzte, die Thierärzte. Und Nachtrag vom 16ten Februar 1824 zur Taxe, welche der Arzt oder Wundarzt in dem Falle zu fordern berechtigt (ist), wenn der Kranke selbst sich in der Wohnung des Arztes ..." (Eine Seite). Sehr schönes Exemplar im festen Pappband der Zeit, leicht berieben und bestoßen. Feste Bindung saubere Seiten. Keine Anstreichungen o.ä. Stempel auf Vorsatz "Berliner Medicinische Gesellschaft" und "Ausgeschiedenes Doppelstück". ExLibris auf Einband innen. Handschriftliches Rückenschild. Versand erfolgt nur versichert für EUR 5,80 (Deutschland). Ausland auf Anfrage. S.162 18 x 22 cm.
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2009-08-30 18:32:54
Nelson, William (b. 1652/3)
London: In the Savoy: printed by E. and R. Nutt and R. Gosling (assigns of Edw. Sayer, Esq;) for R. Gosling at the Middle Temple Gate, W. Mears at the Lamb near Temple Bar, T. Ward in the Inner Temple Lane, and J. Hooke at the Flower de Luce against St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street. MDCCXXV. [1725] [Vols II & III:] MDCCXXVI. [1726] , 1725. Book. Very Good. Leather. 1st Edition. Description: 3 volumes, folio (14 × 9¼ in): [20], 706 p.; [14], 707-1304 p.; [12], 576, [112] p. Modern half-calf over marbled boards, stamped in blind. · Register: 2º: [pi]1 [A]² a-c² d1 B-4U^4 4X1; [pi]1 a-c² 4X^4(-4X1) 4Y-8C^4; [pi]1 a-b² c1 B-4D^4 4E-5I². · Condition: Faint dampstain in gutter of first volume; expert paper repairs to fore edge of initial leaf of the first volume and the lower corner of title-pages of second and third volumes, without loss of text; otherwise clean and bright. · Comments: Sole edition. The first leaf is an advertisement for volumes II & III, then in the press. Most writers have adopted the criticisms of Charles Viner, who in 1742 wrote in the preface to volume 13 of his Abridgment that Nelson was frequently mistaken in digesting of the cases, or that he added things that were not in the original, and that parts of it were transcribed (and not accurately) from Hughes' Abridgment (1660). Although Viner's strictures on Nelson are harsh, three things should be noted: first, Viner himself says that when Nelson's Abridgment first came out, he left off abridging what Nelson had done, so it cannot be that Nelson's work was so wretched as Viner sugge … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-08-25 11:33:56
Zagreb, Pallas 1725. 13 cm. 269, (7) Seiten Festeinband, Ledereinband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 1 (von 2) Schließe - Beichtbüchlein in Kroatisch. Berieben, stellenweise stockfleckig, auf Vorsatz zeitgenössische Eintragungen -
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2009-05-20 23:30:41
Hoffmann, Johann Adolf
Hamburg, Theodor Christoph Felginern, 1725.. Small octavo. Pp. (iv) blank, (ii) title (verso blank), (viii), 437, (iv), (iii) blank. Handsome engraved allegorical illustration to title, title printed in red and black, large decorative initials and head-pieces, large tail-piece illustration, shoulder notes. Hardcover, bound in contemporary full calf, gilt ruled sides, gilt ruled raised bands to spine, leather worn and blemished in places. That said, overall a fine copy (free endpapers bit edge brittle, contemporary manuscript inscription to first). ~ Third, enlarged edition. Johann Adolf Hoffmann (1676-1731) studied theology in Hamburg before entering the jewellery trade. Throughout his life he sought to find theological guidance to economics. In his ?Zwey Bücher...? he draws extensively on the Old and New Testament. This book brought him to international reputation. Numerous editions followed, and it was translated into various languages. He wrote also ?Politische Anmerkungen von der wahren und falschen Staatskunst? (1740); Das Leben des ehemaligen roemischen Buergermeisters Marcus Tullius Cicero (1742); and ?Von der menschlichen Pflicht? (1758) in which he continued his exploration of Cicero's thought. Scarce. KVK locates only few copies of this edition i.e. in Union Catalogue of Swedish Libraries, British Library, Det Kongelige Bibliotek, and Union Catalogs Germany. Copies in microform only are located in Union Catalog of Canada and Union Catalog Hesse.
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2009-03-15 04:15:24
HEARNE, Thomas
Printed at the Theater, Oxford, 1725. Early reprint edition [1810]. "Printed by Mercier and Chervet, No.32, Little Bartholomew Close, London." (stated at the bottom of pp. 230 and 714). Two volumes. Octavos. Vol. 1: ccxxvi, 1-230pp., Vol. 2: [2], 235-714, 4pp. Both volumes are disbound and housed in cloth chemises and cloth slipcases with gilt-stamped leather spine labels. Small piece cut from the blank fly leaf of volume one; a stain and chipping to the endpapers of volume two, otherwise a sound and tight good set with light scattered foxing. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
2009-03-14 08:15:21
Kopergravure ca. 1725. , oud-handgekleurd. Links bovenin cartouche met 3 schaalstokken: 'Gemeene Duytsche Mylen', 'Groote Duytsche Mylen', 'Fransche Mylen'. Afmeting: 48,5 X 59,5 cm, geleverd in zuurvrij passe-partout.Bommene bij Brouwershaven staat op de kaart als ondergelopen gebied aangegeven zonder de datum 1682, evenals de Bergsen Polder, bedijkt in 1692, bij Tholen. In tegenstelling tot de Allard-kaart hebben de nieuw ingedijkte polders op Noord-Beveland een naam gekregen. Ref.: Gittenberger, 'Zeeland in oude kaarten'; Blonk 55.2.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Boekenbeurs [Middelburg, Netherlands]
2009-03-12 23:17:48
Ozanam Jacques
chez Claude Jombert, Paris, 1725. In-16° (170x90mm), pp. (14), 396, (1), legatura coeva p. pelle maculata con titolo oro su tassello, filetti e fregi floreali e vegetali in oro su dorso a nervi. Tagli rossi e sguardie marmorizzate policrome. Numerose figure silografiche e tabelle di computi intercalate n.t. Annotazioni di calcoli aritmetici di mano antica alla prima carta bianca. Altre annotazioni al verso dell'ultimo foglio bianco. Alcune bruniture marginali, ma esemplare ottimamente conservato. Seconda edizione (la prima è del 1699) di questo importante e rigoroso trattato di agrimensura del matematico Ozanam (Bouligneux, 1640-Parigi, 1717). Ebreo convertito al cristianesimo (appartenne alla stessa famiglia in cui vedrà la luce Frédéric Ozanam), autore di un trattato di matematica già alla precoce età di 15 anni, fu professore a Parigi e a Lione dopo aver abbandonato la carriera ecclesiastica cui il padre lo aveva destinato e, dal 1701, membro dell'Accademia delle Scienze. Fontenelle scrisse un elogio in suo onore (Eloge de M. Ozanam, in Histoire et mémoires de l'Académie des sciences 1717,111) e i suoi numerosi libri sui logaritmi, la gnomonica, le equazioni, il compasso, la trigonometria, l'algebra, alcuni dei quali encomiati nientemeno che dal grande Leibniz, si segnalano per acume e novità di analisi non meno che per perspicuità di stile. Tra di essi:Table des sinus, tangentes, et sécantes (Lyons, 1670); Methode générale pour tracer des cadrans (Paris, 1673); Geometrie pratique (Paris, 1684); Traité des lignes du premier genre (Paris, 1687); De l'usage du compas (Pari … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-03-12 21:16:30
Londres, James Tonson, John Watts, 1725. in-12, [14]-106 pp., [11] ff. n. ch. d'index, avec un titre-frontispice gravé par Du Guernier d'après Laguerre, typographie en petit corps, basane brune, dos lisse orné, simple filet doré sur les coupes, tranches marbrées (rel. du début du XIXe). Dos un peu frotté, mais bon exemplaire. Reprise de l'agréable édition portative donnée chez le même éditeur en 1713. L'abrégé de cet auteur latin dans la veine de Salluste, mort vraisemblablement dans la proscription des amis de Séjan en 31, fut, malgré l'état très lacunaire dans lequel il nous est parvenu, considéré comme un modèle par nombre de compilateurs : "C'est le modèle inimitable des abrégés", d'après le Président Hénault. Brunet, IV, 430.
Bookseller: Librairie Historique F. Teissèdre [PARIS, France]
2009-03-10 08:15:18
Sykes, Arthur Ashley
Printed for James And John Knapton, at the Crown in St Paul's Church-yard, 1725. Dissbound, G. x+[6]+304pp, faint water tide mark across the entire upper half of the text block, lacks both boards but spine, although very worn, is present, a fair copy. Scarce text by Arthur Ashley Sykes [ 1684 - 1756 ] Latitudinarian Divine & Controverisalist, of the School of Hoadly. 'His whole life', writes a critic in the 'Monthly Review', 'was a warfare of the pen'. He was sent a packet of the religious writings of Isaac Newton upon the scientists death, the intention being that Sykes should edit them for publications, but his own death prevented this. The 'Discourse Of The Grounds And Reasons Of The Christian Religion' which prompted this reply from Sykes was by Anthony Collins [ 1679 - 1729 ]. Collins' book prompted many replies - he had tried to claim that the events of the New Testament were not prophesised in the Old, and to prove that the fulfilment of prophecy by the events of Christ's life is all 'secondary, secret, allegorical, and mystical'. 300 grams. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2009-02-28 03:19:25
Fraser, Peter / Handel (George Frideric) / Bononcini (Giovani) / Attilio (Malachia Ariosti) / & C.
Curiously Engraved for the Publisher By Peter Fraser and Sold By Him in Kings Arms Court, Ludgate Hill. IN FAIR CONDITION. Circa 1725. SCARCE. [13], 162pp. Lacks frontis, pages 161/162 misnumbered 101/102. Bound in leather with raised bands on spine, Dedication to His Grace Charles Douglas Duke of Dover & Duke of Queensberry, with head-piece; includes a List of Subscribers; Disposizione dell' Arie nella prima parte di questa Opera, with Seconda Parte on page 90. Italian Musical Score: Arias, mostly for voice and keyboard instrument, engraved throughout. Covers detached, inner joint split, first few leaves detached. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Monroe Bridge Books, SNEAB Member [Shelburne Falls, MA, U.S.A.]
2009-02-18 09:13:52
SEVERINO (Marco Aurelio)
Leyde, Joannem Kerckhem. (16), 316, (12)pp demi-basane à coins, dos à nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque) 1725, 1725, in-4, (16), 316, (12)pp, demi-basane à coins, dos à nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque), Vignette sur le titre gravée par J. Houbraken. Nouvelle édition de cet ouvrage qui fut imprimé pour la première fois à Francfort en 1653. Marco Aurelio Severino (1580-1656) est un célèbre chirurgien italien. Il enseigne à Naples l'anatomie et la médecine et dirige l'hôpital des incurables. En médecine, il se rattache à l'école « du fer et du feu», prônant l'emploi de méthodes thérapeutiques très brutales. Cette option le conduit à acquérir une connaissance précise des structures anatomiques. Dans son ouvrage, il fait souvent appel à une observation de qualité et à la dissection. Ex-libris manuscrit du professeur Breschet, anatomiste réputé. Restaurations
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2009-02-18 05:17:24
Wolcott, Roger
New London: Printed and Sold by L. Green, 1725. First edition. [2] ff., lvi, i, 78, [1, errata], [3, advertisement] pp. Title page in fine facsimile on old paper. Half title backed. 1 vols. Small 8vo. A New Direction: Connecticut's First Book of Verse. "The first book of verse in Connecticut. Joseph Dewey, a maker of woolen cloth in Colchester...bore the expense of printing on condition of inserting his advertisement of three pages at the end." -- Evans. The author, Roger Wolcott (1679-1767) was a self-educated weaver from Windsor, Connecticut, who became colonial governor of Connecticut from 1751 and 1754. Evans 2722; Trumbull 1696; Johnson 207; Wegelin 465. 18th-century sheep, with later red morocco spine label. Later (dated in plate 1923) bookplate of Ilion Wolcott. Finely rebacked in period style.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2009-02-14 10:18:19
Jones, Inigo & Walter Charleton & John Webb
London: D. Browne Junior and J. Woodman and D. Lyon, 1725. Book. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. A collected printing of three early treatises on Stonehenge, of which the original editions had appeared in the 1600s. Very uncommon. 72 pages (includes fold-out plates + the memoirs relating to the life and writings of Inigo Jones) + 48 pages + 228 pages + index. The first work being that of Inigo Jones who argued that Stonehenge was a temple built by the Romans caused much criticism in particular from Walter Charleton's refutation of the "Roman Hypothesis" in favor of a much more recent Danish origin for Stonehenge. Rebound in more contemporary brown cloth hardcover boards with red leather & gilt lettered label on spine. Binding is tight with heavily soiled page edges & general age toning, lengthy inscription on rebound end pages. Illustrations are generally clean-some with taped hinges in the back & consequent foxing that has bleed through. Good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hudson River Book Shoppe [Waldwick, NJ, U.S.A.]
2009-02-09 07:15:32
Anderson, James]
n.p. [Edinburgh, 1725. First edition. 56 pp. 1 vols. Folio (29.9 x 18.3 cm). Rare and Early British Bibliography. Rare, anonymously published bibliography of approximately 350 works on British history. Attributed by the British Library to James Anderson, writer to the Signet and noted Scottish genealogist and antiquarian. Divided into fifteen sections, it lists works printed between 1480 (Caxton's Chronicle of England and Higden's Polychronicon) and 1722, and includes many atlases, as well as books of American interest. ESTCT74613 (3 locations in the US: Huntington, Folger, and Newberry) Modern blue morocco-backed boards. Some pale dampstaining to first and last leaves 56 pp. 1 vols. Folio (29.9 x 18.3 cm) [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-01-31 18:42:13
Ernst August II Herzog zu Braunschweig und Lüneburg Bischof zu Osnabrück
Osnabrück, 24.Oktober 1725. 2 Seiten auf Kanzleibogen - Anweisung des Ernst August II., evangelischer Bischof von Osnabrück (1674 Osnabrück 1728, seit 1716 Bischof) an das Amt Grönenberg wegen Räumung des Flusses Else: "... daß ihr mit der verlangten und von eüch üblich und nöthig befundenen so ihren Räumung, so bald des Wetters halben es geschehen kan, hergebrachter maßen verfahren zu laßen und ... Bericht zu erstatten". Knitterspuren, im Falz Einriß 2 cm. -
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2009-01-04 16:57:48
Kress, Johann Paul
Helmstedt, Schnorr 1725. 30 cm. 2 Teile in 1 Band. (6), 370; (4), 212, (20) Seiten Broschur - Grotefend, Osnabr. 910 - Stintzing / Landsb. 3/I, Noten, 88 - Ulrich II, 136 - Umfangreiche Untersuchungen über Osnabrückische Rechtsaltertümer, insbesondere über die Gerichtsbarkeit der Archidiakone. Teil 2 mit den Beilagen: Capitulatio der Bischöfe Johannes III. von Diepholz (1424), Konrad IV. von Rietberg (1482), Philipp Sigismund (1591), Franz Wilhelm (1626); Vertrag wegen der Bischofswahl 1424; Entwurf der Capitulatio perpetua mit Volmars Noten; Osnabrückische Capitulatio perpetua, etc. Kress (1677 - 1741), seit 1712 Professor für Rechtswissenschaft in Helmstedt, beschäftigte sich hauptsächlich mit Strafrecht und Rechtsaltertümern (ADB 17, 130). - Eine Widmung in französicher Sprache an den Englischen König von 4 Blatt hinter dem Titel ist diesem Exemplar nicht beigebunden. -
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2008-12-31 02:16:39
De Fer
Paris 1725 - A decorative and beautifully hand coloured title page of the important atlas L'Atlas Curieux ou Le Monde" by Nicholas de Fer., Size : 220x335 (mm), 8.625x13.125 (Inches), Hand Colored
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