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        Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of Several Ships. Vol. 1. [Part II. A Voyage to Brobdingnag. Part III. A Voyage to Laputa, Balnibarbi, Glubbdubdrib, Luggnagg and Japan. Part IV. A Voyage to the Houyhnhnms.]

      - London: Printed for Benj. Motte, at the Middle Temple-Gate in Fleet-street, MDCCXXVI [1726]. 2 vols., 8vo, A-K8, L2, [-]1, 2[-]2, 2B-2L8, M2; pp. [i-v], vi-xvi, [1], 2-148; (6), [1], 2-164; engraved frontispiece and plates facing B1r and 2B1r. Vol. II: A3, B-K8, L4, M2, 2A4, 2B-2M8,N8, O4: (6), [1], 2-155, [156, blank]; (8), [1], 2-199, [200, blank]; engraved plates facing B1r, D4r, F5v, and 2B1r. 20th century full brown morocco, concentric central panels ruled in gilt, black and blind, gilt fleurons at corners, gilt backstrips a touch faded in (6) compartments, marbled endpapers. Gilt edges. Bookplate at the front (see below). The true first edition, Teerink A with all the first issue points. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Gulliver in the second state as usual. All six maps and plans present. Decorative woodcut and engraved head- and tailpieces throughout. "Gulliver's Travels has given Swift an immortality beyond temporary fame? the brilliance and thoroughness with which his logic and invention work out the piquancies of scale involved by the giant human among the Lilliputian and then by a mimikin Gulliver among the Brobdingnagians, ran away with the author's original intentions" (Printing and the Mind of Man, 185). Thus while Swift may have originally set out to write another of his razor-like satires, generations of readers including children love this book for the interminably entertaining story line. This copy was cleaned and rebound c. 1920, as books often were at that time, perhaps for Mrs. Poole. From the Caroline Boeing Poole Collection, sold by B.M. Rosenthal in 1977. Armorial bookplate bound in of Thomas Macro DD of Bury St Edmunds and Great Yarmouth (d.1743/4, aged 60); he was University Librarian at Cambridge so he might well have been an active book buyer and perhaps bought this copy when it was published as it is the rare first issue which was radically changed almost immediately after being published (see John Blatchly, Some Suffolk and Norfolk ex-libris. The Bookplate Society, 2000). Teerink 289. PMM 185. Rothschild 2104. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die moderne Bau-Kunst, mit Vorstellung Accurater Modellen Fürtrefflicher Dach-Wercken, Hohen Helmer, Frantzösisch- und Holländischer Creutz-Dächer, auch Wiederkehrung; ingleichen Herrlicher Palläste, schöner Kirchen, Bibliothecken und Thürme, auch bequemer Raht- und Wohn-Häuser; wie auch Verschiedener Arten Brücken, Schleusen, Dämme, Wasser- und Hand-Mühlen, item: Pressen, Windel-Stiegen oder Treppen und anderer vortheilhafften Machinen. Welchen endlich angehängt Einige practicable Aufgaben Geometrischer und Stereometrischer Exempel. Alles nach den besten Reguln und heut zu Tage üblichen Manieren der geschicktesten Bau-Meister heraus gegeben von Johann Vogel, Ulmens. Architect.

      Hamburg, Zu finden in Kißners Buch-Laden, im Dom, 1726. Folio (34,7 x 22 cm). Gestochenes Frontispiz (von J. G. Mentzel), 11 Bl., Tafeln I bis LVIII auf 49 teils gefalteten Blättern (vollständig). Karton der Zeit. Einband ein wenig angestaubt und berieben, Kanten und Ecken etwas bestoßen. Rücken rissig und mit Fehlstellen (Bindung fest). Neuerer Stempel und alte Besitzeinträge auf Vorsätzen. Teils gering, teils mäßig, teils stärker gebräunt und stockfleckig, teils mit Wasserrand unten. Ecken durchgehend etwas bestoßen bzw. abgegriffen. Letzte Tafel (Nrn. LVII/LVIII) mit Fehlstelle oben (ohne Text- und Bildverlust). Im Textteil ein Blatt verbunden. Zweite Auflage. Katalog der Ornamentstichsammlung Berlin Nr. 1987 (Ausgabe 1708). Thieme/Becker XXXIV, S. 483. Die Tafeln zeigen Grund- und Aufrisse, Dachkonsruktionen, Maschinen, Brücken, Kirchtürme und anderes, z. B. die \"Wasser-Machine zu Marly, Welche vermittelst 14 Rädern drey und sechzig Ellen das Wasser in die Höhe nach Versailles bringet / und 2500 Stücke Holtz beweget\". Architekturwerke bis 1900, Bauhandwerk, Baumaschinen, Ulm / Neu-Ulm, Zimmerer / Zimmermann

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        Des bekandten Ertz-Zauberers Doctor Joh. Fausts ärgerliches Leben und Ende. Nachgehends mit neuen Erinnerungen vermehrt Von Joh. Nicolao Pfitzer, M. D. Und endlich ist noch beygefüget worden, D. Conrad Wolffgang Platzii, Vorbericht von der Sünde der Zauberey, Ingleichen ein Anhang von den Lapponischen Wahrsager-Paucken, und andern Zauberischen Geschichten. Neue und verbesserte Auflage.

      Nürnberg, Endter 1726.. 20 Bll., 635 (falsch 537) S., 14 Bll. (le. w.), 40, 96 S., 4 Bll. Lederband d. Zt. mit Rückenschild. Engel 225; Faber du Faur 1257; Goed. II, 568, VI.3; Graesse, Bibl. magica 68; Henning I, 2334; vgl. Ackermann, Geh. Wiss. V, 792, HdB, Barockliteratur, NF 289f., Kippenberg 2033-40 und Rosenthal, Bibl. magica 4011-14; nicht bei Caillet, Crowe (Cornell Univ. Witchcraft Cat.) und Dorbon-Ainé. - Seltene Ausgabe des berühmten, erstmals 1599 erschienen Faustbuches. In ihrer Anordnung folgt diese Ausgabe - die letzte vor den Nachdrucken des 19. Jhdts. - der von 1674, zu der Faber du Faur sagt: "The numerous new annotations with which the Nuremberg physician J. N. Pfitzer augmented Widmann`s Faust book, and the long-winded moralizing dissertation of C. W. Platzius, offer eloquent testimony of the attraction exercised by Zauberei on a wide public in the 17th century. The book appeared after Pfitzer`s death and was enlarged with an appendix on magic, witchcraft, and sorcery in Lapland. This appendix, written by the Uppsala professor Joh. Scheffer and translated into German by Erasmus Francisci-Finx, is paged separately. Platius` dissertation is bound at the end." - Einband beschabt, Rücken unten ausgebessert, Rückenschild erneuert. Titel und Vorsatz mit mehreren tls. ausgestrichenen Besitzvermerken, kl. gest. Wappenexlibris.

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        Le Misantrope. Par Mr. V.E. Nouvelle Edition revüe & augmentée de plusieurs Discours importans.

      chez Jean Neaulme, A La Haye 1726 - 2 vol. in-12 de XVI-459-15 pp. ; (2)-496-(12) pp., veau brun, dos orné à nerfs, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Deuxième édition de la collection complète du Misantrope rédigé par Justus Van Effen. C'est pendant son préceptorat dans la famille Wassenaer van Duivenvoorde à La Haye, que Van Effen, jeune homme ambitieux, se fait connaître par son hedomadaire le Misantrope, première imitation du Spectator et du Tatler de Steele et Addison sur le continent. Le Misantrope commença le 19 mai 1711 et continua sans interruption à paraître tous les lundis jusqu'au 29 décembre 1712. Bel exemplaire. Sgard, 958.

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        Nummi Britannici Historia: or an Historical Account of English Money from the Conquest to the Uniting of the two Kingdoms by King James I. and of Great-Britain to the Present Time

      London: W. Meadows, 1726. 1st Edition . Very Good. 4.75 x 7.5 inches (12 x 19 cm). Later full blue calf leather binding (c1900), spine has five raised bands, four red leather labels and gilt decorations, boards have gilt border with corner decorations. Light marking to boards, no rubbing or wear to leather. Old repair to inner margin of title page, and outer margin of preface. Page margins have light browning and a few small stains, text is otherwise very clean throughout. Title page is incorrectly dated 1626 as expected, lacking plates 7 & 8, remaining plates have a few small marks and a couple of notes in light pencil. The scarce first edition of this very early numismatic work. Lacking 2 plates but otherwise an excellent example housed in an attractive fine binding. ESTC T57095. Overall condition is Very Good. Hardback. Printed pages: 8vo. x, 144, [6] (Index] + 6 plates

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        Casamento perfeyto em que se contem advertencias muyto importantes para viverem os casados em quietação, e contentamento; e muytas historias, e acontecimentos particulares dos tempos antigos, e modernos: diversos costumes, leys, e ceremonias que tiverão algumas nações do mundo: com varias sentenças, e documentos de autores Gregos, e Latinos, declarados em Portuguez; tudo em ordem ao mesmo intento.

      Lisbon, Na Officina de Miguel Rodrigues, e impresso à sua custa, 1726. - 8°, contemporary speckled sheep (minor wear to extremities, head of spine, and one raised band; minor worm damage to upper cover; upper joint beginning to split near head of spine), spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, crimson leather lettering piece in second compartment from head, gilt letter, text-block edges sprinkled red and brown. Woodcut vignette on title page in the form of a vase with flowers. Woodcut headpiece and initial on recto of following leaf. Another woodcut initial on p. 1. Typographical headpieces. Woodcut tailpiece on p. 397. In very good to fine condition. Old signature or short inscription (scored) on recto of front free endleaf. Old inscription "Do P. Joze" in ink on second front free endleaf recto. (8 ll.), 416 pp. *** Second edition of this work, "counted a classic of Portuguese prose" (Bell). The first edition, 1630, is very rare. The preliminary leaves include an introduction by the publisher as well as sonnets, all in Portuguese, by D. Francisco Manoel de Mello (quoted in its entirety by Barbosa Machado), Manoel de Sousa Coutinho, D. Fadrique da Camara, and Francisco de Sá de Meneses.The author (Lisbon 1576-Almada 1660) was son of the chronicler Francisco de Andrada, nephew and namesake of the sixteenth-century cleric and humanist, and also nephew of Fr. Tomé de Jesus. His @Exame d'antiguidades . Lisbon 1616, a minor classic of Portuguese historiography, archeology and letters, was written to correct numerous imprecise and erroneous views expressed by Fr. Bernardo de Brito in @Monarchia lusitana, Lisbon 1597. He also wrote a neo-Latin poem on the siege of Chaul, @Chauleidos libri duodecim, Lisbon 1628.*** Barbosa Machado I, 688. Innocêncio II, 169-70. Pinto de Matos (1970) pp. 484-5. See Bell, @Portuguese literature, p. 239; also Teresa Araújo in Machado, ed., @Dicionário de literatura portuguesa, pp. 33-4; and Albano Figueiredo in @Biblos, I, 262-4. Porbase locates a single copy, in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Statt Kayser=Carlsbaad Neueste Accurate Delineation nach der Ichno-graphie entworffen.

      Franz Fischer, Prag 1726 - Copper-engraving, uncolored as published. Unusual prospect of the city of Carlsbad in Bohemia engraved after the drawing of Franz Lotoscha, who originated from Glogau in upper Silesia. The large paper with old folds and a few tracks of use, mostly verso visable. As well verso skillfully restaurations at the centre-fold and on the right and left margins, however the engraving still in very good condition.

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        Travels into several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of several Ships.

      

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        Ducatus Stiriae et Carintiae Carniolae Cilleia q Comitatus, Nova Tabula que et Pars est Meridionalior Circuli Austriaci, per R. & I. Ottens Amstelodami Cum Privilegio.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Reinier & Josua Ottens in Amsterdam, um 1726, 50 x 56,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 362. - Karte der Herzogtümer Steiermark, Kärnten und Krain mit der Grafschaft Cilli. - Unten links Titelkartusche mit den Wappen der vier genannten Gebiete. - Oben links Meilenzeigerkartusche. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Vitae Virorum Illustrium Foroliviensium ad Regiam Celsitudinem Io. Gastonis Medices Magni Hetruriae Ducis.

      ex typ. Pauli Silvae,, Forolivij, 1726 - Pp. (12) 496. Antiporta figurata e molti capolettera figurati. Unito a: Monumenta Virorum Illustrium Galliae Togatae olim Ocidentalis Imperij Sedis. Stesse note tipografiche, - Cc. (2) 152. Due opere in un volume di cm. 22, solida legatura strettamente coeva in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a nervi con titoli manoscritti. Tagli colorati. Esemplare eccezionalmente fresco e marginoso, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Edizione originale di entrambe le opere; la prima, assai rara, è la prima opera dedicata agli uomini illustri di Forlì. La seconda opera è dedicata agli uomini illustri della Gallia Togata, ossia la zona compresa tra il fiume Oglio e le Alpi del Piemonte. Cfr. Lozzi: I, 2004. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Carte Nouvelle De La Haute Partie De L'Archevesché Et Eslectorat De Cologne Avec ses Enclaves dans les Pays Circomvoisins. Par le Sr. Sanson, Geographe du Roy. A Amsterdam Chez Reinier & Josua Ottens. Avec Privilege. - La Haute Partie de L'Archevesché et Eslectorat de Cologne' und 'Carte Nouvelle De L'Archevesché Et Eslectorat De Cologne Avec ses Enclaves dans les Pays Circomvoisins Par le Sr. Sanson, Geographe du Roy. A Amsterdam Chez Reinier & Josua Ottens. Avec Privilege. - La Basse Partie de L'Archevesché et Eslectorat de Cologne':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Nicolas Sanson d' Abbeville b. Reinier & Josua Ottens in Amsterdam, um 1726, 101 x 59,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 362 - Zeigt den südlichen und nördlichen Teil des Erzbistum Köln auf 2 Blatt von 2 Platten gedruckt mit dem Gebiet des Rheinlaufs zwischen Koblenz und Wesel sowie das Gebiet von Aachen bis Dortmund. - Unten links figürliche Titelkartusche; am rechten Rand Kartusche mit Kriegszenerien. - Beide Karten mit zusätzlicher Titelkopfleiste. - Perfekt erhaltene flächenkolorierte Karten! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        L'HEUREUX ESCLAVE.

      Chez Pierre Witte. París, 1726 - . 14 cm. Portada a dos tintas. [8], 248 pág. Ilustr. con 6 lám. calcográficas, fuera del texto. Frisos y capitulares xilográficos. Enc. en pasta española, nervios, tejuelo, cantos dorados, cortes jaspeados, cajo parcialmente sesgado. Presentado en petaca. Según Barbier y Cioranescu la novela es obra de Gabriel Brémond, nacido a mediados del siglo XVII, aunque también ha sido atribuida al librero parisino Olivier de Varennes. Biblioteca Nacional de Francia BNF 31543790. literatura francesa, novela [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A VOYAGE ROUND THE WORLD BY WAY OF THE GREAT SOUTH SEA, PERFORM'D IN THE YEARS 1719, 20, 21, 22...

      London, 1726. Contemporary dark brown calf, gilt, expertly rebacked with original label preserved. Very good and clean. First edition of "the fullest account of California, the natives and other features, of any of the old voyages" (Cowan). Shelvocke was engaged in a privateering expedition against Spanish shipping on the Pacific Coast of America. He sailed as far north as Baja California, and two of the plates depict Indians of Baja. He also reported gold in the region. The folding map depicts the world in two hemispheres with the route of the voyage traced. An important English Pacific voyage. "Captains Shelvocke and Clipperton led a privately financed privateering expedition to attack Spanish shipping. Shelvocke gave his superior officer the slip in a storm and proceeded to Brazil and thence to the west coast of South America, where in two months he sacked Payta, Peru, and captured several small prizes. His vessel, the Speedwell, was wrecked at Juan Fernandez Island, but a ship was built out of the wreckage, and he sailed up the coast to Baja California. After crossing the Pacific via Guam and Macao, Shelvocke returned to England, where he was accused of piracy and embezzlement, and then acquitted. He soon left for the Continent a wealthy man. Shelvocke wrote this account, in part, as a vindication of his conduct. In it he mentions the gold of California and the guano of Peru, more than a hundred years before their rediscovery in the 19th century. An incident in the narrative describing the passage around Cape Horn, in which a sailor kills an albatross, is said to have inspired Coleridge's Rime of the Ancient Mariner" - Hill. HILL 1557. HOWES S383. SABIN 80158. COWAN II, pp.581-82.

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        Tasmania Marion Bay Australia Valentijn engraving map

      Buch 1726 - (GN 29923) "Banda" (51) earliest map of Marion Bay, Tasmania!!! rare and fascinating engraved mapfrom 1726 by Francois Valentijn Valentijn was an prominent historian of the Dutch East India Company who is best known for Oud en Nieuw Oost Indien, which was published by Joannes van Braam and Gerard onder de Linden. He twice traveled to the East Indies and served as Calvinist minister to Ambon between 1686 and 1694. In preparing this monumental work, he was given privileged access to the previously secret archives of the Dutsch East India Company, containing transcripts and copies of important earlier Dutch voyages. size of sheet: ca.33 x20 cm (circa13 x7.8 inches) verygood condition insured and registered airmail shipping worldwide: 12.00 USD shipping within Germany: 9.00 USD Original! - No Copy! - No Reprint! Prepayment. - The Buyer pays for shipping. Insured and registered shipping worldwide. We combine shipping - if possible Viele weitere antiquarische Bücher und alte Grafiken in unserem shop! Sprache: Deutsch

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        A compleat body of divinity in two hundred and fifty expository lectures on the Assembly's shorter catechism wherein the doctrines of the Christian religion are unfolded ... and a great light thereby reflected on the present age.

      Boston: Pr. by B. Green & S. Kneeland for B. Eliot & D. Henchman Folio (35 cm, 13.75"). [2], iv, 3, [3], 666, 581–914, [2] pp. (pagination erratic, skips 160–76); complete as issued.. 1726 First edition of the Rev. Willard's collected sermons on the Westminster Shorter Catechism, originally delivered as monthly lectures over 20 years' time. This posthumously printed volume opens with an account of the author, written by the Rev. Ebenezer Pemberton; Willard, one of the last of the great orthodox Puritan preachers of New England, was a clergyman noted for his => opposition to the Salem witchcraft trials and for serving as => acting president of Harvard between the tenures of Increase Mather and John Leverett. Evans notes that this is "the first folio volume, other than Laws, and => the largest work up to this time printed in the United States." This was a subscription printing, and includes Benjamin Franklin's father and brother, among other dignitaries, in its list of names; the sheets came from several different presses, and thus "it has fallen out . . . that the Pages for a considerable way, are numbered over again" (p. 666). The title-page is printed in red and black. The binding features => a very unusual 18th-century repair job: to reinforce the joints, an early hand stitched along either side of the front joint and part way down the back. Provenance: Title-page with inked ownership inscription of T. White, dated 1726, and with inked presentation inscription to Susanna White, dated 1782. Front pastedown with inked inscription of Timothy Badger, 1782; also with 19th-century institutional bookplate and presentation inscription. Contemporary mottled sheep framed and panelled in blind fillets with corner fleurons, a blind roll around the central panel; small scuffs, extremities rubbed, joints cracked and fragile, with early sewn repairs as above. Front free endpaper partially separated. Inscriptions as above; preface with additional early inked inscription in upper margin and inked numeral in lower margin, a very slim "mag strip" in one gutter margin and no other institutional markings. Pages age-toned and offset with varying degrees of spotting and staining; some corners dog-eared. Three leaves each with short tear from upper margin, just touching text without loss; a few leaves crumpled without tearing. First portion of volume with intermittent early inked marginalia, one note partially shaved. A milestone of early American printing and an interesting copy.

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        The Memoirs of John Ker, of Kersland, in North Britain, Esq; Relating to Politicks, Trade, and History

      

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        The Provok’d Wife: A Comedy, As it is Acted at the New Theatre, in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields. By the Author of a New Comedy call’d the Relapse, or Virtue in Danger.

      Printed by J. O. for R. Wellington and Sam. Briscoe. First edition.. Some slight stains to the half-title and title; very nice copy with generous margins.. Wing V-55; Pforzheimer 1020; NCBEL II, 749. 4to, modern blue half morocco, marbled paper sides, gilt lettering. Half-title and leaf of publisher's ads present. Vanbrugh's third play and one of his most representative and successful comedies of manners. Vanbrugh was at work on another play at the time of his death (1726), which his friend and colleague Colley Cibber completed and published as The Provok’d Husband and which was equally successful.

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        A GOOD OLD AGE. A BRIEF ESSAY ON THE GLORY OF AGED PIETY

      Boston: Printed by S. Kneeland and T. Green, for S. Gerrish, 1726. Half title. Contemporary marbled wrappers, sewn. Moderate edge wear, soiling, and rubbing to wrappers, corners worn. Near-contemporary ink ownership signature on front pastedown, titlepage, and last text page, slightly later gift inscription on verso of half title, minor foxing and toning. Half title present but partly utilized as front pastedown, torn and still partially adhered to the front wrapper. Very good. A rare later work from the pen of eminent American minister Cotton Mather as attributed by Holmes. A contemplation of aging, especially as it relates to the afterlife. The subtitle reads "Humbly Commended and Presented unto Them, whose Arrival to, or near, SIXTY, ranks them among, the AGED." Mather was sixty-three years old at the time. One of the more difficult to find of Mather titles, with only seven copies reported in OCLC. Holmes locates eight copies, but two of them are imperfect. EVANS 2768. HOLMES 155. SABIN 27834, 46346. BRINLEY 1130. GOODSPEED 488:343 ("Rare").

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        Collectio Judiciorum de novis Erroribus, qui ab initio duodecimi saeculi, ad annum 1632 (-1735) in Ecclesia proscripti sunt et notati: Censoria etiam judicia insignium Academiarum (3 volume set)

      Lutetiae Parisiorum 1726 - 3 volume set. Folios. 38 cm. All edges red. Seminary book plate and stamps on front paste downs and title pages. Contemporary full French leather. Red spine labels. 6 raised spine bands. Binding tape reinforcing all spines. Spines solid, due to tape, but show some cracking. Marbled end pages. Charles du Plessis d'Argentre (1673-1740) was a noted Catholic theologian. He served as Bishop of Tulle and distinguished himself in ecclesiatical studies. Argentre's Collectio Judiciorum is his best known work. ?This valuable collection contains many documents relative to theological controversies since the twelfth century, pontifical acta, decisions of Roman Congregations, and decisions of famous universities (Oxford, Paris, Douai, Louvain, principally those of Paris). The latest document quoted is dated 1723.? - Oblet in Dict. du theol. Cath., I, 1777.; Catholic Encyclopedia 1913. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Arte de lengua mexicana ... corregido ... por el Br. D. Antonio de Olmedo y Torre.

      Puebla: por Diego Fernãdez Leon y por su original en la Impr. de Francisco Xavier de Morales y Salazar Small 4to (19 cm.; 7.5"). [2], 54 [i.e., 53] ff.. 1726 The third edition of this => uncommon and significant work on the language of the Aztecs, the first having appeared in 1689 and a second in 1693. A third edition of 1716 is listed in several bibliographies, but it is a ghost: The "2" in the date of this 1726 edition is often indistinct on the title-page, causing some to read it as "1716." Vázquez, a native of Puebla, was a professor of the "Mexican language" (i.e., Nahuatl) at the Royal College of San Juan and San Pedro; his local "take" is discernable here. 20th-century vellum over boards, vellum a little sprung and lightly soiled. Some upper and lower margins closely trimmed costing catchwords, signature signs, or portions of folio numbers, and just touching the base of one very large handsome tailpiece. Small ownership stamp in lower margin of verso of title. In all, a good copy of a difficult to obtain indigenous language book.

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        Traité du flux et du reflux de la mer, où l'on explique d'une manière nouvelle & simple, la nature, les causes, & les particularitez de ce phénomène

      1726 - XIV, (8), 176pp., 5pp. de Paris, Babuty, 1726, in-12, XIV, (8), 176pp, 5pp. de catalogue, 7pl, veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné, 6 planches dépliantes. Les planches 2, 3 et 4 comportent des parties volantes attachées avec une ficelle à leur planche d'origine. La partie volante de la planche 3 est reliée et se superpose à cette première. Alexandre (1653-1734) était un savant bénédictin de la congrégation de Saint-Maur, connu entre autre pour ses ouvrages d'horlogerie. Dans cet ouvrage, qui traite des marées, il soutient que la terre tourne autour de la lune. Un coin et une coiffe us [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Regiae celsitudinis Sabaudicae status in quo Ducatus Sabaudiae, principatus Pedemontium et Ducatus Montisferratii...

      Norimberga, Homann, 1726, grande carta geografica incisa in rame e colorata d'epoca, cm. 57 x 50, titolo in cartiglio figurato posto in alto al centro. In cornice in legno marrone, passepartout avorio e vetro.

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        Orbis Veteribus with Australia, map, anno 1720

      De L`Isle, Guillaume, 1675-1726 - Worldmap with Australia, edited circa anno 1720, size of the leaf: 55x76 cm., for more infos please klick the below link. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hudibras In Three Parts. Written in the Time of the Late Wars. Corrected and Amended: With Additions. To Which is added Annotations, With an Exact Index to the Whole. Adorn'd with a new Set of Cuts, Design'd and Engrav'd by Mr Hogarth

      London: T.W. for D. Browne, J. Walthoe, J. Knapton, R. Knaplock et al, 1726. Hardcover. Very Good. Hogarth, William. 1726 First Edition to contain the Hogarth copper plate engravings and the edition used by Dr. Johnson for his dictionary. 15 copper plate engravings in total, of which 5 are fold-out plates, 10 others are full page with 2 hand-tinted. Includes frontis of Mr Samuel Butler. Numerous woodcut head & tail pieces. Earlier editions did not contain the Hogarth engravings. Book is in remarkably good condition considering the age of the book, with a strong, sound, tight binding/hinges - no loose pages, no damp. Printed by T.W. for D. Browne, J. Walthoe, J. Knapton, R. Knaplock, J.& R. Sprint, D. Midwinter, J. Tonson, J. Osborne, and T. Longman, A. Bettesworth, R. Robinson, F. Fayram, W. Mears, W. and J. Innys, T. Woodward, F. Clay, B. Mottle and M. Poulson. Early nineteenth century three-quarter calf and marbled board binding [Please see photos]. Hand written title to spine! Ruled, not raised, lines to spine. Neat literary notation on verso of last index page written in tiny writing presumably by the original owner, Mr William B N Coxon, whose name is printed on front endpaper. 15 x 10 cm, 424pp + 21 pp index. Minimal wear to extremities, age-toned pages, scattered spotting, small pen-head size puncture at edge of spine. A charming, well-preserved and highly collectible book! Whoever purchases this book will live & breath history!

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        RATIO DISCIPLINÆ FRATRUM NOV-ANGLORUM. A FAITHFUL ACCOUNT OF THE DISCIPLINE PROSESSED AND PRACTISED; IN THE CHURCHES OF NEW=ENGLAND. WITH INTERSPERSED AND INSTRUCTIVE REFLECTIONS ON THE DISCIPLINE OF THE PRIMITIVE CHURCHES

      Boston: Printed for S. Gerrish in Cornhill, 1726. Contemporary American brown morocco, tooled in blind. Minor spotting, occasional small tears in margins, else very good. Provenance: Jno. Cotton (inscriptions, variously dated 1729 and 1733); Rev. Chandler Robbins; Jesse Harlow Jr. (inscription, dated 1800, noting that he bought the book at the sale of Rev. Robbins' books). In a half morocco slipcase. One of Cotton Mather's most important works, and an "important exposition of the tenets of Congregationalism that carefully reaffirms the principles of the CAMBRIDGE PLATFORM" (Streeter). Holmes reveals that although published in 1726, the work was actually written in 1701, quoting from Mather's diary from October 3 of that year: "About this Time I finished a Work, which cost me much Time, and Care and Study. I wrote in a Book of above an hundred pages in Quarto, an account of the Principles and Practices of the Churches of New England. But I embellished it all along, with a further Account of what was done in the primitive Churches, which required some exquisite labor. I concluded, that a Book of this Importance, would have a mighty Tendency, to preserve the holy Discipline in our own Churches, from the Dangers of the Apostasy which may threaten it, and promote the Designs of Reformation abroad in the world." Holmes reviews and explains the many delays in Mather publishing the work, the addition of Increase Mather's Attestation dated 1719 and the eventual publication in 1726. The final publication was nearly derailed as the original manuscript was scattered by a strong gust of wind, with the loose sheets finding their way into the garden, the wood pile, and strangers' hands. That every page was recovered without the loss of a single sentence was, as Mather reveals in a letter to Thomas Prince, a sign that the "Angel of the Lord Look'd after it...I don't wonder that such a work must be brought forward with a Struggle. Tis a sign, tis for the Kingdome of God!" (quoted in Holmes). This copy has important provenance to John Cotton (1693- 1757), the minister of the Church in Newton and the great grandson of Puritan divine John Cotton (1585-1652), the maternal grandfather of Cotton Mather. EVANS 2775. SABIN 46474. HOLMES 318. STREETER SALE 672. CHURCH 903.

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        Catalogue de la Bibliotheque du Chasteau de Rambouillet, appartenant a son altesse serenissime Monseigneur le Comte de Toulouse

      Woodcut arms on title. 7 p.l. (the first a blank), 620, [30] pp. 8vo, cont. polished marbled calf (expertly rebacked with the orig. spine laid-down), spine gilt, red morocco lettering pieces on spine. Paris: G. Martin, 1726. The second of the two rare privately printed catalogues of the library of the Comte de Toulouse, (1678-1737), the natural, legitimized, son of Louis XIV and Madame de Montespan. Following his marriage in 1723 to Marie-Sophie-Victoire de Noailles, he retired to his Château de Rambouillet, southwest of Paris, where he sought to avoid the intrigues of the court. He lived in great splendor, rivalling the court at Versailles. The 1708 catalogue (with a 1716 Supplement) is first catalogue of a private library to be issued in France. The Comte de Toulouse formed an important library of about 5000 titles. "Ce catalogue, il n'était destiné qu'au service de la bibliothèque, et il n'a pas été vendu. If fut rédigé avec soin et avec beaucoup de détail par Gabriel Martin, le libraire le plus instruit de l'époque."-Gustave Dictionnaire de Bibliologie Catholique, col. 611. As he explains in his preface, Martin wanted to make the library at Rambouillet, "that redoubt of the muses," as accessible as possible to the Prince and the Princess and their guests. He grouped the books together by subject and printed in the margins the shelf mark and exact position of each volume (e.g. "190 F"). Fine copy. A supplement was issued in 1734; it rarely appears. ❧ Grolier Club, Printed Catalogues of French Books Auctions...1643-1830, 26. Peignot, p. 127. Pollard & Ehrman, "Corrigenda et Addenda" slip-(recognizing our edition as preceding the Hallée catalogue of 1730; Ehrman's copy also without the supplement of 1734). .

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        The Gentleman Angler. Containing Short, Plain and Easy Instructions whereby the most ignorant Beginner, may in a little Time, become a perfect Artist in Angling ? to which is added the Angler's New Song ?

      London: A. Bettesworth, at the Red-Lyon in Pater-noster-row, 1726. First edition. [xii], 184, [8] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Late eighteenth-century quarter calf and marbled boards. Half title present, with two early owner signatures (small loss at top corner margin); somewhat closely trimmed (with occasional losses to headlines or page numbers). Spine lightly rubbed, upper joint repaired. About very good. Custom speckled calf backed folding box. First edition. [xii], 184, [8] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. First edition of this manual, one of the earliest of its kind. It has been attributed to one George Smith, and contains the first appearance of the charming "Angler's Song" (cf. Gingrich, Fishing in Print, p. 97), as well as recipes, strategies for each species, fly-tying, etc. It quickly became a standard handbook of the eighteenth century, was reprinted with additions in 1736 through 1786, then again in several forms under various titles as late as 1828 in London, under the title The Angler's Guide ... By a lover of the art." Westwood & Satchell, pp. 104-105

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        The Gentleman Angler. Containing Short, Plain and Easy Instructions whereby the most ignorant Beginner, may in a little Time, become a perfect Artist in Angling ? to which is added the Angler's New Song ?

      London: A. Bettesworth, at the Red-Lyon in Pater-noster-row, 1726. First edition. [xii], 184, [8] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. Late eighteenth-century quarter calf and marbled boards. Half title present, with two early owner signatures (small loss at top corner margin); somewhat closely trimmed (with occasional losses to headlines or page numbers). Spine lightly rubbed, upper joint repaired. About very good. Custom speckled calf backed folding box. First edition. [xii], 184, [8] pp. 1 vols. 12mo. First edition of this manual, one of the earliest of its kind. It has been attributed to one George Smith, and contains the first appearance of the charming "Angler's Song" (cf. Gingrich, Fishing in Print, p. 97), as well as recipes, strategies for each species, fly-tying, etc. It quickly became a standard handbook of the eighteenth century, was reprinted with additions in 1736 through 1786, then again in several forms under various titles as late as 1828 in London, under the title The Angler's Guide ... By a lover of the art." Westwood & Satchell, pp. 104-105

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        Reliquiae Baxterianae sive Willielmi Baxteri Opera Posthuma Praemittitur Eruditi Autoris Vitae a Seipso Conscriptae Fragmentum

      1726 - Londini: G Bowyer, 1726 [1726]. 8vo, [vi], xiv, 415 p. Lacking frontis portrait. First edition of this brief glossary, comprising the letter 'A' only (all published), intended as a companion volume to Baxter's Dictionary of the Roman Antiquities (1719). Original calf, front joint repaired, chipping to leather along front spine joint and corners but binding solid. Previous owner's name and pencil annotations on fep; on the title page in the same hand is written 'This also is more a fragment of a glossary'. Inscription to lower outer margin of first page of Autoris Vitae, light soiling and spotting internally but a sound copy of a scarce item. OCLC locates 10 copies. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TRAVELS INTO SEVERAL REMOTE NATIONS OF THE WORLD.

      London, Printed for Benj. Motte, at the Middle Temple-Gate in Fleet-Street, 1726.. FIRST EDITION IN 4 PARTS, SECOND and THIRD ISSUE 1726, MIXED SET, VOLUME 1, TEERINK AA , VOLUME 2, TEERINK B EDITION. Volume 1 has all the misprints listed in Teerink, page 198, Volume 2, parts 3 and 4 has the misprints corrected. 8vo, approximately 200 x 120 mm, 7¾ x 4¾ inches, portrait frontispiece to Volume 1 (in second state), 6 engraved plates (5 maps and plans and the wonderful word machine). General title page in Volume 1, and a title page to each part, pages: Volume 1, xii, 1-148, [6], [1]-164; Volume 2, [6], 1-154, [8], 155-353, last page blank, woodcut head and tail pieces, contemporary full calf, gilt volume numbers and gilt double rules between raised bands to spines, no labels, double gilt rules to edges of covers. Bindings rubbed, hinges cracked but covers still holding, small chips to head and tail of spines, shelf wear to edges, tip of upper corner of first map in Volume 1 slightly frayed , not affecting image, Volume 2 has a small neat ink number to top margins up to page 59, 14 pages have old ink vertical line in margins, 2 are large, the others small, not affecting text, 1 small ink correction in margin, 2 small ink lines through text, all text legible, 4 pages have minor worming to outer margins, pale age-browning throughout, 1 leaf has pale stains to lower outer margins, not affecting text, a few other occasionl spots and tiny stains, old ink name on first free endpaper of Volume 2, otherwise a very good set. See: A Bibliography of the Writings of Jonathan Swift by Herman Teerink, edited by Arthur Scouten, pages 197-199. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Sermones Panegyrico-Morales, De SS. Angelis, Institutioni et Erectioni Archi-Confraternitatis, Sub Gloriosissimis Signis S. Michaëlis Archangeli Accommodati. Ex Sacra Scriptura, SS. PP. alijsq´ue probatis Auctoribus & Oratoribus decerpti : Ad augendam Dei & SS. ANgelorum gloriam, ac spiritualem Animarum utilitatem elucubrati

      Landishuti Landshut Golowiz 1726 Lederband der Zeit mit Buchschliessen, 8°, [9] Bl., 690 S., [16] Bl, Titelkupfer , oberes Kapital berieben, Vorsatz mit ExlibrisVersand D: 9,00 EUR

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        Arte de lengua mexicana ... corregido ... por el Br. D. Antonio de Olmedo y Torre.

      Puebla: por Diego Fernãdez Leon y por su original en la Impr. de Francisco Xavier de Morales y Salazar Small 4to (19 cm.; 7.5"). [2], 54 [i.e., 53] ff.. 1726 The third edition of this => uncommon and significant work on the language of the Aztecs, the first having appeared in 1689 and a second in 1693. A third edition of 1716 is listed in several bibliographies, but it is a ghost: The "2" in the date of this 1726 edition is often indistinct on the title-page, causing some to read it as "1716." Vázquez, a native of Puebla, was a professor of the "Mexican language" (i.e., Nahuatl) at the Royal College of San Juan and San Pedro; his local "take" is discernable here. 20th-century vellum over boards, vellum a little sprung and lightly soiled. Some upper and lower margins closely trimmed costing catchwords, signature signs, or portions of folio numbers, and just touching the base of one very large handsome tailpiece. Small ownership stamp in lower margin of verso of title. In all, a good copy of a difficult to obtain indigenous language book.

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        Ratio Disciplinae Fratrum Nov- Anglorum. A Faithful Account of the Discipline prosessed and practised; in the churches of New-England. With interspersed and instructive reflections on the discipline of the primitive churches

      Boston: printed for S. Gerrish in Cornhill, 1726. Small octavo, signed in 4s. (6 1/2 x 4 inches). [2],iv,10,207,[3]pp., including contents leaf. (Minor spotting, occasional small tears to margins ). Contemporary American brown morocco, covers panelled in blind, the inner panel with small flower-spray tools at each corner, the flat spine divided into compartments by intermittent rolls in blind. In a half morocco slipcase Provenance: Jno. Cotton (inscriptions, variously dated 1729 and 1733); Rev. Chandler Robbins; Jesse Harlow Jr (inscription, dated 1800, noting that he bought the book at the sale of Rev. Robbins books) Mather reviews church principles - a key work of New England church history. One of Cotton Mather's most important works and an "important exposition of the tenets of Congregationalism that carefully reaffirms the principles of the Cambridge Platform " (Streeter). Holmes reveals that although published in 1726, the work was actually written in 1701, quoting from Mather's Diary from October 3 of that year: "About this Time I finished a Work, which cost me much Time, and Care and Study. I wrote in a Book of above an hundred pages in Quarto, an account of the Principles and Practices of the Churches of New England. But I embellished it all along, with a further Account of what was done in the primitive Churches, which required some exquisite labor. I concluded, that a Book of this Importance, would have a mighty Tendency, to preserve the holy Discipline in our own Churches, from the Dangers of the Apostasy which may threaten it, and promote the Designs of Reformation abroad in the world." Holmes reviews and explains the many delays in Mather publishing the work, the addition of Increase Mather's Attestation dated 1719 and the eventual publication in 1726. The final publication was nearly derailed as the original manuscript was scattered by a strong gust of wind, with the loose sheets finding their way into the garden, the wood pile, and strangers's hands. That every page was recovered without the loss of a single sentence was, as Mather reveals in a letter to Thomas Prince, a sign that the "Angel of the Lord Look'd after it ... I don't wonder that such a work must be brought forward with a Struggle. Tis a sign, tis for the Kingdome of God!" (quoted in Holmes). This copy with important provenance to John Cotton (1693-1757), the minister of the Church in Newton and the great grandson of Puritan divine John Cotton (1585-1652), the maternal grandfather of Cotton Mather. Church 903; Evans 2775; Holmes 318; Sabin 46474; Streeter Sale 672.

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        Anatomie du corps humain: avec des remarques utiles aux chirurgiens dans la pratique de leurs operations

      Paris: Chez Guillaume Cavelier. Very Good. 1726. Hardcover. Professionally re-backed full calf. First published in Dutch in 1718, this is the first French edition. Two volumes bound as one with 40 sur blanc engraved anatomical plates. ; Octavo .

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        Brabant - Pieter Schenk, na 1726.

      "Brabantiae Batavae pars Orientalis"Kopergravure uitgegeven te Amsterdam door Pieter Schenk na 1726. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd. Afm. (druk): ca. 51 x 59 cmDe prent is gedrukt van de koperen plaat vervaardigd in opdracht van Nicolaes Visscher, het kaartbeeld is daarmee van een datum rond 1680. Na drie generaties in uitgeverij Visscher, werd in 1726 een deel van de drukplaten verkocht aan Schenk die deze gebruikte voor het samenstellen van zijn "Atlas Contractus"'.Deze prachtige streekkaart van het oostelijk gedeelte van Noord Brabant is tamelijk gedetailleerd. De vestingsteden zijn duidelijk zichtbaar; enkele polders in het noorden; de rest heidegrond, moeras en aangelegde bossen in de nabijheid van kastelen. De landbouw concentreert zich om de steden en dorpen.Prijs: € 1.250,- (incl. lijst).

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        Manuscript, signed: "Tres quentas de cargo y datta, desde 1o de maio de 1726, hasta fin d agosto de 1728. Que son dos anos y un tercio de obra."

      Arnedo de Marín was the accountant of the Inquisition in Mexico and the collection agent of the Conde de la Enjarada. He here gives the required accounting of income and expenses of the encomienda of the Conde de la Enjarada, Bernardino Carvajal Monctezuma y Vivero, and the collection of the share due to the Crown and now in the coffers of the Holy Office awaiting shipment on the Serrano fleet. The encomienda in question was located in regions of Metepeque and Tacuba. Even as late as the 1720s the encomienda seems to have been generating at least 4000 pesos per annum for the conde. His bloodline included as ancestors both Tezozomoc and Moctezeuma II. Provenance: Maggs, Bibliotheca Americana, part IV, 2912.

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        Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica. [Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy]

      London Apud Guil. & Joh. Innys 1726. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. 20th century rebind with new endpapers and copy frontis. Some stains mainly affecting top margin, occasionally impinging. Occasional marks. Two inked annotations 3rd Edition Brown hardback leather cover with ribbed spine and maroon/gilt title panel 250mm x 200mm (10" x 8"). [xxx], 530pp, [viii]. B/w frontis (copy). Black and white diagrams throughout. Final edition in Newton's lifetime. Demy paper edition.

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        Emblemata Florentii Schoonhovii I.C. Goudani, Partim Moralia partim etiam Civilia. Cum latiori eorundem ejufdem Auctoris interpretatione. Accedunt et alia quaedam Poëmatia in alijs Poema : tum fuorum libris non contenta.

      LVGDVNI BATAVORUM, Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1726. - (1 bl), titre, (3) portrait de l'auteur, 255 pp., (1bl). In-4 en plein vélin d'époque. Un emblemata très rare, illustré de 74 magnifiques gravures sur cuivre placées en exergue de chaque devise, aussi étranges que délicates dans leur composition. Séduisant exemplaire dans sa reliure en vélin de l'époque. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Banner Display'd: Or, an Abridgement of Guillim: Being a Compleat System of Heraldry, In All its Parts, With Proper Cuts and Tables. 2 volume set

      London Thos. Cox 1726. VG : in Very good condition without dust jacket. Professionally rebacked using original (rubbed) boards. Some soiling on Vol 1 title and occasional light foxing or marks within. New endpapers. In modern marbled slipcase Third Edition Card cover 200mm x 103mm (8" x 4"). 894pp. Several hundred b/w heraldic woodcuts. Engraved frontis in each volume. This is an abridgment of John Guillim's System of Heraldry, the first ever to systematise the subject. Published:1726-28.

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        Der Vollkommene Teutsche Soldat,

      Leipzig, Martini, 1726. - welcher die gantze Kriegs-Wissenschafft, insonderheit was bey der Infanterie vorkommt, deutlich vorträgt. Nebst e. Anhange von gelehrten Soldaten, Adel und Ritter-Stände, Duellen,.Ritter-Orden etc. Mit doppelblattgrossem gestochenen Titel, gestochenem Portrait, 61 meist doppelblattgrossen Kupfertafeln, 9 gestochenen Kopfvignetten, 4 Blatt, 20, 808 Seiten, 20 Blatt, Halblederband der Zeit, 34,5 x 23,5 cm, Einband berieben, Ecken bestossen, Kapitale mit kleinen Ausbesserungen, innen unterschiedlich gebräunt, teils etwas stockfleckig. Erste Ausgabe. Klassiker der deutschen Militärliteratur, ein über das infanteristische Exerzierreglement weit hinausgehendes enzyklopädisches Werk, das die gesamte Kriegswissenschaft einschließlich Waffen, Artillerie, Befestigungslehre und Taktik in der Tradition von Montecuccoli bis Eugen von Savoyen zusammenfaßt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Heiligdommen Godsdiensten, en Gewoontens der Oude Jooden, Voorgesteldt in eene uytvoerige Verhandeling, van het Levitische Priesterdom. In Vyf Boeken, als Het Eerste, Van den Tabernakel, en desselfs toebehooren. Het Tweede, Van den eersten, en tweeden Tempel, met al desselfs pracht, en omslag. Het Derde, Van de Googe- en andere Priesters, der zelver kleeding, zalving en verrichting. Het Vierde, Van de Leviten, der zelver oorsprong, en dienst. Het Vyfde, Van den Daagelykschen Godsdienst der Oude Hebreen, met der zelver week- maand- en jaar-feesten. Met een naaukeurige aanwyzinge, waar op alles heeft gedoelt, tot groot licht van de H. Schriftuur, en Verklaaringe van zeer veele plaatsen, zoo van den Bybel, als van andere geloofwaardige Joodsche, en Christen Schryveren, doorgaans met cierlyke, en nutte printverbeeldingen Voorzien. Uyt het Hoogduits vertaald, door Isaac le Long, Overgezien, en met aanmerkingen Verrykt, door Gerardus Outhof.

      Amsterdam, Nicolaas ten Hoorn, en Antoni Schoonenburg 1726. 2 delen, (titelprent, 8, portret, 12) 850 (5), (2) 852 (11) p. Origineel Perkament met ribben en stempels, Folio (boekblokken licht gebruind, Compleet met titelprent, portret, 15 gravures in dl.1 -waarvan 11 paginagroot en 4 dubbel paginagroot-, en 8 gravures in dl.2 -allen paginagroot-. Beide delen hebben diverse tekstgravures. Johannes Lundius 1638-1686, was een Duits predikant en kenner van de Hebreeuwse taal. In zijn 'Heiligdommen etc.' welke na zijn dood verscheen, beschrijft hij uitvoerig de gebruiken van de Joden ten tijde van het Oude en Nieuwe Testament betreffende de tabernakeldienst/tempeldienst en dagelijkse godsdienst.) 2 volumes, (frontispiece, 8, portrait, 12) 850 (5), (2) 852 (11) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with 6 raised bands, Folio (slightly browned, Complete with frontispiece, portrait, 15 engravings in vol.1 -among which 11 fullpage and 4 double fullpage-, and 8 engravings in vol.2 -all fullpage-. Both volumes have multiple engravings within in the text. Johannes Lundius 1638-1686, was a German minister and expert of the Hebrew language. In his 'Heiligdommen etc.' which was published after his death, he comments extensively on the customs of the Jews in the times of the Old and New Testament concerning the tabernacle/temple service and daily religion.).

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        Le Comté De La Marck, Les Seigneuries Des Abbayes De Werden, D'Essen, Et La Ville Imperiale De Dortmundt. Dreßé sur les Memoires les plus recents, Parle Sr. Sanson, Geographe Ordre. du Roy, A Amsterdam Chez R. & J. Ottens.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Nicolas Sanson b. Reinier & Josua Ottens in Amsterdam, n. 1726, 42 x 55 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. K - P, S. 362. - Zeigt die Grafschaft Mark mit der Abtei Essen und Werden sowie dem Stadtgebiet von Dortmund (Ruhrgebiet) in dem Gebiet Duisburg-Ruhrort, Werne, Soest und Bergneustadt. - Unten links Titelkartusche mit Maßstab. - Tadellose altkolorierte Karte im Flächenkolorit! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Ecclesiae Pisanae historia, Mattei A.F., Lucca 1768-72

      Mattei A.F., 1726-94 - Ecclesiae Pisanae historia, Mattei A.F., Lucca 1768-72 Ecclesiae Pisanae historia / auctore P.M. Antonio Felice Matthaejo, francescano conventuali . Main Author: Mattei, Antonio Felice, 1726-1794. Language(s): Latin Published: Lucae : Ex Typographia Leonardi Venturini, 1768-1772. Subjects: Pisa (Italy) > Church history. Title vignettes; t.p. printed in red and black (v.1); 4°, 25x18 cm., binding cracked, little brownish, foxed. Vol I: XXII, 274 p., 137 p., Vol II: XII, 269 p., 145 p. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of several Ships. [Gulliver's Travels]

      London: Benj. Motte, 1726. First Edition. Very Good. Four parts in two octavo volumes. Mixed Edition. Volume I is a First Edition (Teerink's AA with corrected misprints and separate pagination per part); Volume II is a "Second Edition, Corrected," as stated (Teerink 293). Frontis is in second state B with horizontal chain lines. Contemporary calf binding, rubbed at edges; rebacked with raised bands, crimson label and gilt lettering. Last page of Volume I shows a repaired tear near its bottom. All six maps and plans present. Previous owner bookplate on both volumes as well as handwritten owner details. Contents clean and generally quite nice. A lovely set of the classic fantastical satire.

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        A Compleat Body of Divinity in Two Hundred Fifty Expository Lectures on the Assenbly's Shorter Catechism Wherein the Doctrines of the Christian Religion are Unfolded ...

      Boston in New-England: Printed by B. Green and S. Kneeland for B. Eliot and D. Heschman, 1726. 1st ed. Hardcover. Good. [2[, iv, 3, [3], 158, [177]-461, 462-468 (misnumbered as 562, 463, 564, 463, 564, 465, 566), [467]-666, [581]-914, [1]p. Well-worn old leather (probably not original) which has been recently rebacked. 34cm. Lacks frontis portrait, First 10 leaves chipped and reinforced with new paper along edges. Last three leaves heavily chipped around edges with loss of quite a bit of text; modern paper reinforcement around those ragged edges. A massive colonial compendium of religious writings. Willard was a prominent Boston preacher and had served as acting President of Harvard for several years (1701-1707). This volume includes a list of about 500 subscribers.

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        Rechtliches und Vernunft - mäßiges Bedencken eines Icti, der unpartheyisch ist, von dem schändlichen Nachdruck andern gehöriger Bücher.

      O. O., 1726.29 S. Rückenbroschur aus Goldbrokatpapier. ADB X, 129; Stintzing - L. III / 1, S. 122 - 25, Noten S. 72 - 74. - Wichtige erste Ausgabe des ersten Werkes zu Grundfragen des geistigen Eigentums und Urheberrechts. Der Frühaufklärer, Jurist ("Icti", d. i. Iuris consulti) und Hallenser Professor wendet sich vehement gegen die Unsitte seiner Zeit, den Nachdruck von Büchern ohne Zustimmung des Autors oder des berechtigten Verlegers. Er fordert ein Verbot aus Fragen der Gerechtigkeit und der wirtschaftlichen Überlebensfähigkeit von Autoren und Verlegern. Mit den Raubdruckern geht Gundling hart ins Gericht, er bezeichnet sie als "Hottentotten?, denen ein hässlicher Wurm in der Seele sitzt und empfiehlt ihnen, zu den Tartaren oder nach Irland zu gehen, wo das Plündern und Rauben bekanntlich erlaubt sei. - Sehr gutes Exemplar! Bitte um Beachtung: Bis zum 31.01. stellen wir auf der Stuttgarter Antiquariatsmesse aus; der Versand verzögert sich somit bis zum 01.02.2016! Bücher de

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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