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        Victima real legal, discurso unico juridico-historico-politico, sobre que las vacantes mayores y menores de las Iglesias de la Indias Occidentales pertenecen a la Corona de Castilla, y Leon, con pleno, y absolute dominio

      1726 - Who is to profit from the revenues of Churches in America? 1726. Madrid. Antonio Marin. In folio (295 mm x 205). 1 [blank] + 20 ff. + XXIV + 4 ff. + 365 + 13 ff. Contemporary Spanish limp vellum, spine lettered in ink. Inscription on title “En 24 de Diz. De 1765 ”, the rest has been lost to oxidation of the ink, some leaves browned or foxed, else very good. First edition. An influential treatise vindicating the Royal right for the revenues accruing from vacancies in the American Churches; the subject had been widely discussed and several legal treatises were published –the considerable amount was very naturally disputed between the civil and ecclesiastical powers-, however this one gained the author notoriety and a title “In consequence of this vindication of the Royal right to the revenues accruing from vacancies in the churches in America, the author had a pension of a thousand ducats, and the title of Marquis de la Regalia bestowed upon him by Philip V” (Sabin); the second edition was published in 1769, testifying to the work´s importance. Sabin, 76. Medina, BHA, 2574. Palau, 9444. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: HS Rare Books]
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        Sur La Noblesse, & Excellence Du Sexe Feminin, De Sa Preeminence Sur L'Autre Sexe, & Du Sacrement Du Mariage. Avec Le Traittè Sur L'Incertitude, Aussi Bien Que La Vanité Des Sciences & Des Arts. Ouvrage Joli & D'une Lecture Tout a Fait Agreable,.(*)

      Chez Theodore Haak, Leiden 1726 - (*) Traduit par le celebre Sr. M. de Gueudeville. Bello frontis grabado - portada a dos tintas - 10 hojas - 1 lámina con el retrato del autor - 429 pp. = portada a dos tintas - una página y en el reverso sigue numeración de la 430 a la 910 = y = portada a dos tintas - y sigue la numeración de la 911 a la 1350. Muy conservado ejemplar encuadernado de época en piel. Lomeras con nervios, florones y un tejuelo. Cortes pintados. =Agrippa de Nettesheim, (Colonia, 1486 - Grenoble, 1535) fue un famoso escritor, filósofo, alquimista, cabalista, médico y nigromante alemán. Se considera una figura importante del feminismo de su época. La importancia de Agrippa von Nettesheim, reside en el hecho de haber compilado en una magnífica obra de armonización la demonología judía medieval con la cristiana. La astrología y la magia ritual son de vital importancia en su concepto del mundo. De este modo todas las cosas se encuentran unidas entre sí y poseen un efecto atrayente o repulsivo sobre ellas mismas. El hombre como microcosmos es a la vez la imagen del universo y de Dios, que juntos forman el macrocosmos. Size: 3 Vols. En 12º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Edition : S. L., S.N., 1726 - Suivie de l'histoire du Comte d'Eu - Rare édition originale - Reliure plein cuir fauve glacé, dos à nerfs orné - Bandeaux, lettrines - Reliure tres peu frottée, infime manque en coiffe de tête, manque 2 cm en coin de la page de garde - Quelques corrections anciennes en marge à a la plume 171 pages, In-12, 16 cm, relié. Très bon état [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Boston: Printed for S. Gerrish in Cornhill, 1726.. [2],iv,10,207,[3]pp., including contents leaf. 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.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Ein auf einem Stamm sitzender Russe.

      . Feder in Grau und Schwarz, grau laviert, teils weiß gehöht, auf braunem Velin, links unten mit unleserlicher mehrzeiliger Anmerkung, rechts unten datiert "26 Nov. 36." Ca. 13:9,8 cm. Auf alten Untersatz montiert, beigefügt ausgeschnittene Signatur "Marianne Chodowiecka fec.". In den Rändern ungleich beschnitten.. Die Malerin und Zeichnerin Marianne Chodowiecka war eine Nichte von D.N. Chodowiecki (1726-1801), dessen Töchter Susanne Chodowiecka (1763-1819), Jeanette (1761-1835) und Henriette (1770-1880) ebenfalls künstlerisch tätig waren. Jeanette, die seit 1783 mit Jacques Papin verheiratet war und mit diesem seit 1793/94 in Potsdam lebte, war ihre Mutter. Marianne schuf Porträts, Genre und Interieurs und war 1815-1829 in Potsdam und Leipzig tätig. Bekannt ist von ihrer Hand beispielsweise ein Porträt des bekannten, in Berlin tätigen Musikers, Komponisten und Dirigenten Carl Friedrich Zelter (1758-1832). Zudem fertigte sie Kopien nach ihrem Großvater, dessen Stücke aus dem Nachlaß sie der Berliner Akademie vermachte.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Ebauche de la religion naturelle. Traduite de l'Anglois, avec un supplement, et autres additions considerables. The Hague: Jean Swart, 1726.

      - First French edition of Wollaston's important work in constructive deism, The Religion of Nature Delineated (privately printed in 1722 then published in 1724, the year of his death). The French translator was one 'Garrigue', perhaps a French protestant since the Garrigues were a prominent Hugenot family. 'The book achieved rapid fame which was to last for over half a century, and spread far beyond the British Isles. We are told that 10,000 copies of it were sold in the course of a few years. In all, eight editions appeared, the last one coming out in 1759. As early as 1726, a French translation was published by Garrigue at the Hague under the title "Ebauche de la Religion Naturelle par Mr. Wollaston", to be followed in 1756 by a fresh edition in three volumes. In the Preface to the work the translator speaks of "l’applaudissement extraordinaire, que le Public a donne a ce livre", and greatly eulogizes the author. The two editions contain also a translation into French by de la Faye, Professor of Oriental Languages at the Hague, of Wollaston's copious Latin, Greek, and Hebrew notes, and supplementary notes by the translator. At the end, three supplementary chapters offer an evaluation of Wollaston's work (Alexander Altmann, 'William Wollaston (1659-1724)', Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England, Vol. XVI, 1952, p. 185). PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: 4to, xix, [i], 442, [6] pp., no half-title, contemporary plain boards with manuscript spine lettering, somewhat marked and dusty, scattered light browning only, a good unsophisticated copy with wide margins, uncut. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rudi Thoemmes Rare Books]
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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, their truth confirm'd, their excellence display'd, their usefulness improv'd, contrary errors & vices refuted & expos'd ... and a great light thereby reflected on the present age "

      Boston: printed by B. Green and S. Kneeland for B. Eliot and D. Henchman. 1726. "First edition, folio, pp. [2], iv (preface), 3 (the author's character), [3] list of approx. 500 subscribers, 158, 177-666, 581-914, [1] catalogue of the author's works; title page printed in red and black, text in double column, without the portrait of the author, as often; 18th century engraved bookplate of Northampton South Street Library (their catalogue no. 80), and a modern plate of the Forbes Library, Northampton; full original mottled sheep, red morocco label on spine; inoffensive perforated stamp in title page, rubbed and worn, corners showing, spine ends chipped level with text block, front joint nearly separated, the whole toned throughout, moderate foxing.& & Interesting note in ink on front free endpaper: ""The book belongs to Alvirah Clay's / David Clark jr. & Mead Edward, jr / it was bought at a vendue & cost one dollar & seventy-eight cents / February 20th 1806.""& & Evans 2828: The posthumous publication of this monumental work was undertaken, and successfully accomplished by the author's successors in his church, Joseph Sewell, and Thomas Prince. It is the first folio volume, other than Laws, and the largest work up until this time printed in the United States."" & & Sabin 104075."

      [Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books]
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        Alle de wercken van den heere Jacob Cats; ridder, oudt raadt pensionaris van Hollandt. &c. De laatste druck; waar in het twee-en-tachtig jaarig leeven des dichters; beneffens desselfs slaapeloose nachten, met printverbeeldingen sijn verrijkt. 2 delen in 1 band.

      Amsterdam, 's-Gravenhage, Johannes Ratelband, Weduwe Jan van Heekeren, Hermanus Uytwerf, Isaak van der Putte, Pieter van Thol en Pieter Husson, 1726. (XXII), 666, (10), (XVIII), 608, (68) pp. Folio. Halfleer. Met gegraveerde titelpagina's, 3 gegraveerde portretten, 2 drukkersvignetten van J. Goeree, 3 uitvouwbare gravures, binnentekstgravures en honderden emblematische afbeeldingen naar A. van der Venne *19e eeuwse band; pp. 63/64 ontbreken; oude veilingresultaten op binnenzijde voorplat geplakt*.Museum Catsianum, 8. Fraai exemplaar

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        Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World

      First Edition of Gulliver\'s Travels[SWIFT, Jonathan]. Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In four parts. By Lemuel Gulliver...London: Printed for Benj. Motte..., 1726.First edition, Teerinkís State A, with the following points: Part I, p. 35, line 5 has ìSubsidiesî correctly spelled; Part III, p. 74 is misnumbered ì44;î Part III, G6 is a cancel, with ìPart IIIî at foot; Part IV, p. 52, line 1 has the misprint ìbuth is.î Four parts in two octavo volumes. xvi, 148; [6], 164; [6], 155, [1]; [8], 199, [1] pp. Engraved frontispiece portrait of Gulliver in the second state, with the inscription ìCaptain Lemuel Gulliver of Redriff. â??tat. suÃ? LVIII.î around the oval the the tablet bearing a Latin inscription (printed on paper with vertical chain-lines), four maps, and two plans.Modern antique-style mottled calf. Gilt double-rule border on covers, gilt spines with red and green morocco labels, gilt board edges, edges sprinkled red, marbled endpapers. Small ink stain on frontispiece portrait. Short tear to upper margin of B7 in Part I. Some inoffensive washing at the beginning of Volume II. A little light foxing and soiling. Early ink signatures on recto of frontispiece and on title-page of Volume I. Otherwise an excellent set. Housed together in a red morocco clamshell case.Gulliverís Travels, to use the popular title, is one of the greatest satires in the English languageóor any language, for that matter. It was an immediate success, which accounts in part for its bibliographical complexity, and has been hailed as a book that ìwould last as long as the language, because it described the vices of man in all nationsî (D.N.B.). Vice not withstanding, and unintentionally, it has become not just a great satirical novel, but a juvenile classic as well.Grolier, 100 English, 42. Hubbard, pp. 15-17. Printing and the Mind of Man 185. Rothschild 2104. Teerink 289.HBS 66467.$45,000

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        A catalogue of books printed for H. Curll, over-against Catherine-Street in the Strand

      1726. (London), n.d. (1726). Drop-title. 8vo. 16pp. disbound. Edmund Curll (1675-1747) was a rather controversial person. According to Straus there never was a man who succeeded in irritating almost beyond endurance so many of his betters. And nothing could make him see the error of his ways: he just continued to irritate. If, for instance, objection was raised to some books of his of the bawdier kind, it would as likely as not be followed by another even more scandalously improper. If a furious author declared that a book of his, published by Curll, was wholly unauthorised, he would probably find that a second volume of his work was being advertised as corrected by the author himself. Occasionaly the bookseller went too far, and then there was trouble, sometimes wholly grotesque. He was frequently sued for libel and variously fined and even imprisoned for printing and publishing obscene and immoral books. In November 1725 Curll was once again found guilty and announced his retreat from bookselling. His son Henry was called on to step in the breach. Henceforth, it was decided things should continue much as it had been, except for an altered initial. That probably explains why this catalogue was printed for H. Curll rather than his father Edmund. Although officially he was retreated it was Edmund who ran the business. Straus dates this catalogue around 1726 or 1727: ... must, I think, have been issued either in the summer of 1726 or in the spring of 1727 [cf. Strauss, The Unspeakable Curll & Plomer, A dictionary of the printers and booksellers]. Scarce.

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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. Ã’GulliverÕs Travels has given Swift an immortality beyond temporary fameÉ 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 authorÕs original intentionsÓ (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.

      [Bookseller: John Windle Antiquarian Bookseller]
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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

      Thos. Cox, London 1726 - 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. 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

      [Bookseller: Barter Books Ltd]
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        L'Anatomie Du Corps De L'Homme En abregé: Ou Description Courte De Toutes Ses Parties Ou L'on Donne L'explication De Leurs Differens Usages, Tirée De Leur Structure & Des Observations Les Plus Modernes. Seconde Édition revuë, Corrigée, Augmentée .

      Guillaume Cavelier, Paris 1726 - XV pp. - 4 hojas - 464pp. 4 hojas - LI pp. - 3 hojas y 20 láminas plegadas. Size: 12º [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Political History of the Devil

      DEFOE, Daniel. The Political History of the Devil. As Well Ancient as Modern: In Two Parts. Part I. Containing a State f the Devil\'s Circumstances and Various Turns of his affairs...Part II Containing his More Private Conduct, Down to the Present Times... London: T. Warner, 1726.First edition. Octavo. Engraved frontispiece. Contemporary paneled calf. Front cover repaired at hinge. Back hinge cracked at upper corner. Armorial bookplate. A very good copy.Hutchins,.HBS 64308.$1,500

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        Theatrum Pontificiale, oder Schau-Platz der Brücken und Brücken-Baues, Das ist, Eine deutliche Anweisung, Wie man nicht nur auf mancherley Arth über Gräben, Bäche und Flüsse gelangen, auch so gar in Wassers-Noth mit gewissen Machinen und besondern Habit sein Leben retten kan

      Sixty finely engraved plates. 8 p.l., 153 pp., [5] pp. Folio, cont. boards (a bit soiled & rubbed). Leipzig: C. Zunkel, 1726. First edition of one of the most important volumes in Leupold's series Theatrum Machinarum, or "Theater of Machines"; this was the most complete and richly illustrated work on engineering and machinery published, not just up until that time, but for many years to follow. "Leupold's treatise is the most comprehensive of all the early bridge books and the first to be published in Germany. It was inspired by Gautier's influential work and covers masonry, pontoon, floating and military bridges but is particularly notable for the material on long-span timber-truss bridges. Leupold writes with authority on this type of structure, of which there was a long tradition in Germany, taking as examples some recently-built bridges and making an attempt to illustrate the behaviour of beams and trusses and to describe the properties of timber; in this he follows Galileo and anticipates Buffon."­Elton, Cat. 2, 58. Leupold (1674-1727), a Leipzig mechanical engineer, established a workshop to manufacture mathematical and mechanical instruments. His numerous books describe the latest technological developments of the day. Fine fresh copy. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Wien, 7. I. 1726.. 2 SS. Folio.. An den "jetzigen Besitzer" der im Niederrheinischen Kreis gelegenen Dörfer Eidenborn und Falscheidt (wohl ein Erbe des letzten, 1723 verstorbenen Grafen Karl Ludwig von Nassau-Saarbrücken). "Reichs-Ritterschaft und Adel" des Niederrheinischen Kreises hatten gegen den Erwerber der beiden Dörfer Klage erhoben und sich dabei auf ein Vorkaufsrecht bezogen, das beim Verkauf der Dörfer von Johann Heinrich von Hagen an Graf Gustav Adolf von Nassau-Saarbrücken i. J. 1624 ausgehandelt worden war. Der Kaiser befiehlt nun, die Dörfer "gegen das anerbottene Kauff-pretium" zurückzugeben. - Etwas angestaubt und fleckig und mit kleinen Randläsuren; einige Ausrisse alt hinterlegt; mit eh. Gegenzeichnung von Graf Schönborn.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Sententie, gewezen by den Wel Ed: Raade van India, tegens den Heere en Mr. Petrus Vuyst, gewezene gouveneur van Ceylon. Geëxecuteert tot Batavia, den 19. Mey, 1732.[Batavia?, 1732]. 4to. Original blue wrappers.

      Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 1011; STCN (2 copies); cf. Knuttel 16915-16916. Rare first edition, probably printed in Batavia, of the sentence against Mr. Petrus Vuyst, Governor of Ceylon between 1726 and 1729, pronounced by the Council of Justice at Batavia on 19 May 1732. Vuyst had sentenced 19 innocent people to death and mistreated and tortured many others. He faced trial for these severe charges, was found guilty and consequently executed at Batavia's castle on 3 June, 1732.Three other editions appeared in Holland, all printed after this original edition ("Na een origineel Copy van Batavia, zoo en gelyk het den gevangene is voorgelese" (Landwehr 1012-1014). Very good copy.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        Denkmal des Johannes Gutenberg (um 1400 - Mainz - 1468) von B. Thorvaldsen (1770-1844).

      . Feder in Grau, grau laviert, mit Deckweiß gehöht, mit Bleistiftlinie umrandet, auf bräunlichem Velin, rechts unten datiert "10. März 37." Ca. 17:12,6 cm. Auf Untersatz montiert, dort von alter Hand bezeichnet. In den Rändern ungleich beschnitten, etwas fleckig.. Die Malerin und Zeichnerin Marianne Chodowiecka war eine Nichte von D.N. Chodowiecki (1726-1801), dessen Töchter Susanne Chodowiecka (1763-1819), Jeanette (1761-1835) und Henriette (1770-1880) ebenfalls künstlerisch tätig waren. Jeanette, die seit 1783 mit Jacques Papin verheiratet war und mit diesem seit 1793/94 in Potsdam lebte, war ihre Mutter. Marianne schuf Porträts, Genre und Interieurs und war 1815-1829 in Potsdam und Leipzig tätig. Bekannt ist von ihrer Hand beispielsweise ein Porträt des bekannten, in Berlin tätigen Musikers, Komponisten und Dirigenten Carl Friedrich Zelter (1758-1832). Zudem fertigte sie Kopien nach ihrem Großvater, dessen Stücke aus dem Nachlaß sie der Berliner Akademie vermachte. Das Gutenberg-Denkmal wurde 1837 in Mainz aufgestellt.

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        STRAUBING: Gesamtansicht; um 1726, Kupferstich, koloriert, 25x70 cm

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        Closter Reichersperg. [Reichersberg am Inn]. Gesamtansicht der Klosteranlagen mit gestochener Legende., aus: Historico-topographica descriptio, das ist Beschreibung deß Churfürsten-und Herzogthumbs Ober-und Nidern-Bayrn, welches in vier Theil oder Renntämbter als Oberlands München und Burgkhausen, Underlands aber in Landshuet und Straubing abgetheilt ist.

      München, J.L. Straub, 1701-, 1726 - Original Kupferstich von zwei Platten gedruckt. ca. 25 x 69 cm. Unter Passepartout. (Auf Wunsch im Orig.-Rahmen) kräftiger Abzug ohne Plattennumerierung. [B 53] Bei Bestellungen gegen offene Rechnung bitte Telefonnummer angeben. Danke! Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1200

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        BOGEN/ Donau: Kloster Oberaltaich; um 1726, Kupferstich, 27x74 cm

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        Vervolg op Flavius Josephus. Of Algemene Historie der Joodsche Naatsie, behelzende Ene Uitvoerige Beschryving van derzelver Regerings-vorm, Godtsdienst, Gezinten en Plegtigheden, nevens de veranderingen, daar in voorgevallen. Witsgaders Een Verhaal van alle Oorlogen, weergaloze Rampen, Wisselvalligheden, Verstrooing door de gehele Waerelt, die Naatsie in Asia, Afrika en Europa overgekomen, de zeltzame Wetten en Reglementen, in ieder Koningryk in haren opzichte van tydt tot tydt gemaakt: Waar in men vindt de Levens en Bedryven der Joodsche Regeerders, Hogepriesters, Opperveltheren, valsche Messiassen, beroemde Mannen en geleerde Schryvers, met een Berecht van derzelver Werken

      Gerard Onder de Linden, Amsterdam 1726 - 2°, 2 delen in 1 band (1726/1727), [50], 658, [6], 659-1940 p. Origineel leer met ribben, vernieuwde rug, mist titelprent [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rerum Germanicarum scriptores aliquot insignes, qui historiam et res gestas Germanorum medii aevi a Carolo Magno ad Carolum V consignarunt. Editio tertia ... curante B.G. Struvio.

      Regensburg, Pezzi 1726.. 3 Bände. Folio (34 x 23 cm). Mit einigen Stammtafeln. Zeitgenöss. Ganzleder mit reicher Rückenvergoldung. Einbände berieben, bestossen und beschabt. Stellenweise etwas wurmstichig und stockfleckig.. Graesse V, 305. DW 1237. Die umfangreiche Sammlung mittelalterlicher Geschichtsquellen in der dritten und besten Auflage. Vollständiges Exemplar des wichtigen Werkes in einem schönen Exemplar aus bedeutender Provenienz: Vorderdeckel mit Wappenetikett der Bibliothek der Grafen von Schönborn-Buchheim.

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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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        The Counties of Essex Middlesex & Hertfordshire Actualy Survey'd by Several Hands, Corrected and Amended & Humbly Dedicated to the Nobility of the Said Counties.

      1726 - London: Philip Overton and Thomas Bowles, 1726. Original colour. Two sheets conjoined, total 605 x 950mm. Some restoration. A large map of the three counties, with an inset plan of St Albans and a prospect of Colchester. Warburton, Joseph Bland and Payler Smith published their survey in 1720, with the map surrounded with 738 armorials of local nobles whose subscription paid for the publication. As Overton and Bowles were not getting the subscriptions this pirate dispenses with the armorials but adds the plan and prospect. RODGER: Large Scale Maps of the British Isles, 181.

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      Edition : RATISBONNE, HÉRITIERS DE M. KERNE, 1726 - De la vertu du catholicon d'Espagne et de la tenue des états de Paris à laquelle est ajouté un discours sur l'interprétation du mot de Higuiero del Infierno, et qui en est l'auteur. Plus le regret sur la mort de l'asne ligueur d'une damoiselle qui mourut durant le siège de Paris. Dernière édition. augmentée. - En trois volumes - Satire Ménippée - Frontispice, 7 gravures et portraits dont 2 dépliantes dans le tome 1, 1 gravure et un portrait dans le tome 2 - Reliure plein cuir d'époque, dos à nerfs décorés - Reliures légèrement frottées, petits accrocs de coiffes de peu d'importance, très rares rousseurs - Le papier de certains cahiers est légèrement bruni, sans gêne pour la lecture - Bel exemplaire, de belle apparence XXXVI, 464, (26) ; (10), 522, (36) ; (4), 596, (32) pages, in-8, 16,5 cm. Bon état

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        Gouverneurs Generaal van Nederlands Indië.

      Dordrecht, Amsterdam, J. van Braam, G. onder de Linden, 1726.19 engraved portraits of the Governors-General under passepartout, in cloth box.Ca. 30 x 18 cm.* From: Oud en Nieuw Oost-Indiën, volume IV. - Pieter Both, Gerrit Reynst, Laurens Reaal, Pieter de Carpentier, Jan Pietersz. Coen, Jacques Specks, Hendrik Brouwer, Antonio van Diemen, Cornelis vander Lyn, Carel Ryniersz., Joan Maatsuyker, Rycklof van Goens, Cornelis Speelman, Joannes Camphuys, Willem van Outshoorn, Joan van Hoorn, Abraham van Riebeek, Christoffel van Swol, Hendrik Swaardekroon. - Added: Pieter van den Broecke, eerste directeur van Suratte, Persië en Arabië. - Fine condition.Tiele 1121; Cat. NHSM p.502; Landwehr, VOC, 467.

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        Books printed for, and sold by James and John Knapton, at the Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard, London

      1726. (London) (colophon) Printed by S. Aris, (1726). 20pp. 8vo. Drop head title. (worm hole through inner blank margin). This noted bookseller began, like many others, as a publisher of theological books. Dunton spoke of him as a very accomplished person... and shews by his purchasing Dampier's Voyages he knows how to value a good copy. In 1688 he began to publish plays and novels in large numbers. He held shares in all the most important books that were issued and carried on a flourishing business until his death in 1738. He was Master of Stationers in 1727 and again in 1728, and was succeeded in business by two of his brothers, John and Paul.[ESTC (L - GOT only), both bound with a different title; Plomer, Dictionary of Printers and Publishers].

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      Etienne Ganeau et G. F. Quillau Fils, PARIS 1726 - M. LAVAUR HISTOIRE SECRETTE DE NERON OU LE FESTIN DE TRIMALCION Traduit de Petrone Avec des notes historiques 2 TOMES, COMPLETS 1726, à Paris, Chez Etienne Ganeau et G. F. Quillau Fils Avec Approbation & Privilège du Roi In-12 (10 x 16 cm), reliés, pagination continue LXXII-447-(III) pages Texte bilingue latin français en regard avec des notes historiques en bas de pages Reliures plein cuir d'époque, dos titrés dorés à 5 nerfs ornés de caissons à motifs floraux, tranches rouge, lettrines, vignettes, culs-de-lampe Etat : reliures élimées avec lacunes de cuir aux coiffes et dos, coins émoussés, mince fendillement aux mors sur 3 cm, charnières solides, des piqûres aux feuillets avec des taches, décallage aux deux premières pages du tome 1, nonobstant la lecture demeurre aisée et agréable, bons volumes peu courant Poids : 550g [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A voyage round the world by the way of the great South Sea, perform'd in the years 1719, 20, 21, 22, in the Speedwell of London .

      - London, J. Senex, W. & J. Innys, J. Osborn & T. Longman, 1726.Old calf (1 hinge skilfully restored). With fine engraved vignette on title-page, folding world map in two hemispheres on 2 sheets, and 4 engraved plates (2 folding). (4),XXXII,(4),468 pp. * First edition; with armorial bookplate of Thomas Lloyd. - 'Captains Shelvocke and Clipperton led a privately financed privateering expedition to attack Spanish shipping. Shelvocke gave his superior officer the ship in a stom 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 prices. His vessel, the Speedwell, was wrecked at Juan Fernàndez 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 fort he Continent a wealthy man. Shelvocke wrote this account, in part, as a vindication of his conduct' (Hill p.554). 'From the Brazilian aspect, Shelvocke's voyage is of interest because he landed at Santa Catharina, and describes it at length in a special chapter' (Borba de Moraes p.796). 'In the map of the world California is shown as an island. Two of the plates represent male and female inhabitants of California. Shelvocke has the fullest accounts of California, the natives and other features, of any of the old voyagers' (Cowan p.212). Selvocke's controversial narrative is probably best known as the inspiration behind the albatross incident in Coleridge's Rime of the ancient mariner (Howgego p.958). - (Title-page trimmed with loss of part of final line). - A clean copy. Hill 1557; Sabin 80158; European-Americana VI, p.16; Howes S.383. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Description de l'isle des hermaphrodites. Nouvellement decouverte, contenant les moeurs, les coutumes & les ordonnances des habitans de cette isle, comme aussi le Discours de Jacophile à Limne, avec quelques autres pièces curieuses. Pour servir au supplement au Journal de Henri III.

      Cologne, Herman Demen, 1726. Mottled calf with gilt spine (5 ribs). (6), 352 p. With the title engraving. Title label missing. Some wear along the edges. 19th century bookplate of Cholmondeley Library (depicting a turreted gatehouse). Very good copy.* With the famous engraving of king Henry III of France (1551-1589) as a hermaphrodite. This book was first published in 1605. A reprint was issued in 1724, this one of 1726 is identical.

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        "Statt Straubing". Prachtvolle Gesamtansicht, eine der schönsten von Straubing, im Vordergrund die Donau.

      . Kupferstich von Wening, 1726, 25 x 70 cm..

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        Amoenitates subterraneae id est Breviarium sufficiens Physico-Juridico-Historicum, quod agit de Metalli-Fodinarum Harcicarum cum Inferiorum tum Superiorum Prima Origine, progressu atque prae Stantia. Petitis Amicorum quorundam, qui Metallis Favent, quam diligentissime Exaratum et tandem.

      Goslar: Johannis Christophori König, 1726.. 1. Aufl. einige Kapitelkupfer, 1 Genealogische Tafel, 2 Ausbeut-Subuß- und Preiß-Zettel, 60 S., 3 Faltblätter 8°, späterer Halbledereinband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel(Buchbindereinband), Vorsätze erneuert, Besitzerstempel auf vorderem Vorsatz, im oberen Teil der Falz mit leichten Wasserspuren, ansonsten gut..

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      Imp. Real de Nicolás Rodríguez. [En el colofón: Imp. Martínez Abad.] Madrid, 1726 - -1730. 30,5 cm. (I) Década primera: frontis, 16 h., 292 pág. (II) Década segunda: frontis, 2 h., 288 pág. Ligero cerco de humedad en el margen de las últimas hojas. (III) Década terzera: frontis, 1 h., 296 pág. Cabecera en la pág. 1 dibujada y grabada por Irala. (IV) Década quarta; frontis, 2 h., 232 pág. (V) Década quinta; frontis, 3 h., 252 pág., 1 blanca. CCPB 298673-6. (VI) Década sexta; frontis, 2 h., 236 pág. (VII) Década séptima; frontis, 2 h., 245 pág. (VIII) Década octava; frontis, 2 h., 251 pág. [Sigue:] TABLA GENERAL DE LAS COSAS NOTABLES, y personas contenidas en la descripcion de las Indias Occidentales, i en las ocho Decadas antecedentes. 225 h. y una blanca. Texto a tres columnas. Texto a dos columnas, con apostillas marginales, e índice a tres columnas. Portada calcográfica. CCPB 205988-6. [Sigue:] Descripcion de las Indias ocidentales. 6 h., 78 pág., 1 blanca, y 14 mapas calcográficos plegados, fuera del texto. Textos a dos columnas y con apostillas marginales. Cabeceras en las páginas 1 de todos los tomos, dibujadas y grabadas por Irala, el de la Década quinta, por Le Rouge, capitales, cabeceras y "culs-de-lampe" xilográficos. Restauraciones en la portada del cuarto tomo y en las últimas hojas del quinto y séptimo tomos, primeras hojas del tomo octavo. Pequeño cerco de antigua humedad en varios tomos. Marca de anterior poseedor borrada en la portada y segunda hoja de los tomos sexto y octavo. Portada del tomo de la descripción de las Indias remontada, con pérdida de una esquina restaurada. Nueve tomos enc. en 6 vol. en pergamino reciente, lomeras rotuladas, cierres. * Tercera edición corregida y aumentada por Andrés González de Barcia. Antonio de Herrera y Tordesillas nació en la villa de Cuéllar, Segovia, en el año 1559, y murió en Madrid el 27 de marzo de 1625. Fue historiador y Cronista general de Castilla e Indias bajo Felipe II, cargo que también desempeñó bajo el reinado de Felipe III y Felipe IV. Como Cronista Mayor de Indias tuvo acceso, sin ninguna restricción, a todos los papeles originales y relatos de los conquistadores; basándose en ellos pudo redactar una verdadera historia del descubrimiento, conquista y colonización de América. En cuanto a De Barcia (1673-1743), que se trasladó a Corte desde muy joven y ejerció al servicio de la monarquía de Felipe V, editó también obras de De la Vega y Torquemada. Llegó a los Consejos de Guerra de Castilla y se integró en los círculos culturales de su época, asistiendo entre otros a la tertulia literaria que se reunía en casa del marqués de Villena y que sería el origen de la fundación de la Real Academia Española en 1713. Palau 114287. America Història d'Amèrica Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español

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        The History Of Ruptures, And Rupture Cures, &c. Wherin Both Are Thoroughly And Impartially Consider'd. Occasion'd By A Letter From A Physician At Paris To A Physician In London, Concerning A New, And Never Failing Way Of Curing All Sorts OF Ruptures In Men, Women And Children, By An Infallable Remedy, A Secret With A Genuine Receipt Of The Whole Secret, Part Of Which Was Lately Sold For An Immense Sum Of Money &c. As Also Of A Famous Stiptick, Both Laid Open For The Satisfaction Of The Curious And Benefit Of The Publick

      printed for George Strahan, over against the Royal Exchange, 1726. printed for George Strahan, over against the Royal Exchange, 1726. 1st edition, reissue.. Hardback. Full blind stamped panelled calf, G+. [xii]+viii+[iv]+240+8pp, ( Dedication [ to Sir Hans Sloane ], preface, contents, The History, Postscript ). Occasional foxing & a little yellowing of the paper with the occasional creased corner & ink splash, upper board detached with the leather a little rubbd along the edges & worn to the head & tail of the spine, Old ownership signature to the title with relating offsetting to the blank opposite, Ex Library [ Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland ] with two ink stamps, a nice copy, in need of some restoration. Reissue ( containing an 8 page postscript ) of a detailed work on the treatment of various Abdominal Hernias ( or ruptures ) by the Glasgow Surgeon Robert Houstoun [ 1678 - 1734 ]. In 1701 he had removed a large growth or cyst from a 58 year old patient & thus performed the first ovariotomy, and in so doing achieved lasting fame. He would in 1724 be asked to give a lecture before the Royal Society in London on this operation, such was its importance. Here he gives a comprehensive account of the treatment of the hernia, ancient & modern with recipts and relates, with full credit, the details of the secret cure for Ruptures which was work of Katherine Bowles. The Postcript at the end rejects the claims of a Dr Littlejohn with regard the 'Secret' cure - Littlejohn had approached the Admiralty & passed off Bowles' cure as his own. She responded with a short work of her own [ 1726 ] and Houstoun here asks readers to decide who was the true inventor of the cure.

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        Johan Lockes oförgripelige tankar om werldslig regerings rätta ursprung/ gräntsor och ändamål; öfwersatte ifrån engelskan af Hans Harmens.

      Sthlm, Kongl. tryckeriet, 1726. 8:o. (8),382,(2) s. Titelbladet tryckt i rött och svart. Samtida stänkdekorerat pappband vars rygg saknas helt. På pärmarna kikar det nakna träet delvis fram. Rödstänkta snitt. Inlagan med någon enstaka småfläck. Med Detlof Heikes namnteckning. I senare trevligt skyddsomslag med titeletikett på ryggen och i brun pappkassett med utskurna grepp (Helena Strömquist).. Yolton John Locke (1998) 60. Översättning via David Mazels franska utgåva av den andra av "Two treatises of government" (1690). Harmens företal rör bl.a. svårigheterna att tala om lärda ting på det tröga och ännu outvecklade modersmålet

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        Dem Durchlauchtigsten Churfürsten und Herrn, Herrn Maximilian Emanuel, In Ober und Nider Bayern, auch der Obern Pfaltz Hertzogen, Pfalzgrafen bey Rhein [..] übergibt [..] disen neu inventiert und [..] in Kupfer gestochenen Chur- und Hoch Fürstl. Bayrischen Stammbaum. Altkolor. Kupferstich.

      Augsburg, Matth.. Seutter, 1726... 57 : 49,5 cm Bildformat, 59,5 : 52 cm Blattformat. Mit Mittelfalz quer.. Stammbaum, bei Leopold, gest. 908, beginnend und bis zu Maximilian II. Emanuel mit seinen Kindern und - lediglich als Textzeile am oberen Rand ergänzt - seinen Enkeln führend. Unterhalb der Platte Maximilian II. Emanuels textlich ergänzt seine Sterbedaten. - Minimal gebräunt und rücks. vereinzelt schwach stock- und etw. farbfleckig. Mittelfalz rücks. mit Papierstreifen alt verstärkt. Gutes Exemplar.

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        Lord Verulams uprichtiga utlåtelser/ angående sedor, regering och hushåll: eller kärnan af alt.

      Sthlm, H. C. Merckell, 1726-(27). 4:o. (240) s. Ngt nött samtida hfrbd med upphöjda bind, brunt titelfält och stänkta snitt. Ryggen lite naggad överst och med minimala maskhål i den främre falsen. Några mindre fläckar på pärmpappret. Blyertskludd på insidan av främre pärm. Lätt lager- och småfläckig. Från Ericsberg.. Lundstedt Sveriges periodiska litteratur 19. Gibson Francis Bacon. A bibliography nr 62. Varken dessa eller SB17 nämner att S-arket bara har två blad. "Lord Verulams uprichtiga utlåtelser" utgavs arkvis i 25 nummer, fr.o.m. nr 14 tryckt 1727. Översättare var "N. H. D.", d.v.s. Nils Hufvedson Dal och texten är hämtad ur Bacons "Essays". 1821 utgav C. D. Skogman en ny översättning av samma skrift med titeln "Försök uti moraliska, politiska ämnen"

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        Victima real legal, discurso unico juridico-historico-politico, sobre que las vacantes mayores y menores de las Iglesias de la Indias Occidentales pertenecen a la Corona de Castilla, y Leon, con pleno, y absolute dominio

      mADRID, 1726. Who is to profit from the revenues of Churches in America?. 1726. Madrid. Antonio Marin. In folio (295 mm x 205). 1 [blank] + 20 ff. + XXIV + 4 ff. + 365 + 13 ff. Contemporary Spanish limp vellum, spine lettered in ink. Inscription on title "En 24 de Diz. De 1765 ...", the rest has been lost to oxidation of the ink, some leaves browned or foxed, else very good.First edition. An influential treatise vindicating the Royal right for the revenues accruing from vacancies in the American Churches; the subject had been widely discussed and several legal treatises were published ?the considerable amount was very naturally disputed between the civil and ecclesiastical powers-, however this one gained the author notoriety and a title "In consequence of this vindication of the Royal right to the revenues accruing from vacancies in the churches in America, the author had a pension of a thousand ducats, and the title of Marquis de la Regalia bestowed upon him by Philip V" (Sabin); the second edition was published in 1769, testifying to the work´s importance.Sabin, 76. Medina, BHA, 2574. Palau, 9444.

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        Cadenus and Vanessa. A poem. By Dr. S-t

      London: printed for N. Blandford; and sold by J. Peele, 1726 - A famous poem about the relationship between Swift and Esther Vanhomrigh ("Vanessa"), who died in 1723 and among whose papers a manuscript of the poem was found. It was first published in Dublin on about April 19, 1726, and a second edition followed shortly afterwards, adding ten "incriminating" lines; these two Dublin printings are very rare. On May 19 two rival editions, both unauthorized, appeared in London, this one, which follows the first Dublin printing, and one published by J. Roberts, which follows the second. Blandford went on to issue six more editions within the year, and Roberts several more as well. "This edition follows the text of the Dublin first edition and omits the additional ten lines" (Foxon) RARE. Neither of the first Blandford or Roberts printings has appeared at auction (in ABPC) since 1982 First Blandford edition. 8vo. 31 pp. Recent marbled boards. Very good. Teerink 658; Foxon S819; Rothschild 2100; ESTC T19811 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Herrn Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibnitz Theodicaea, oder Versuch und Abhandlung, wie die Güte und Gerechtigkeit Gottes, in Ansehung der menschlichen Freyheit, und des Ursprungs des Bösen, zu vertheydigen; aus dem französischen übersetzt, bey dieser zweyten Auflage an vielen Orten verbessert, nebst einigen Anmerckungen und nöthigen Registern. Dem annoch beygefügt des seeligen Herrn Autoris Lebens-Beschreibung.

      Amsterdam Cornelio Boudestein 1726. Halfperkament. Platten gemarmerd. 8vo. [XXVIII] [LXIV], 1030 pp. *portret Leibniz ontbreekt; enkele oude fijne onderstrepingen in de tekst; voor- en achterplat licht geschaafd, oude naam op schutblad, vlek op rug*G.W. Leibniz (sinds 1673 Freiherr von). Leipzig 1 juli 1646 - Hannover 14 november 1716. Buitengewoon veelzijdige filosoof. Trad in 1667 in dienst bij de aartsbisschop-keurvorst van Mainz. Leerde in deze betrekking zeer veel geleerden en filosofen persoonlijk kennen. Met de meesten bleef hij in contact door een uitgebreide briefwisseling. Na de dood van de aartsbisschop van Mainz maakte hij zelfstandig nog enige reizen en deed wetenschappelijke ontdekkingen; o.a. construeerde hij een rekenmachine, ontwikkelde hij de mathematische annotatie (o.a. integraalteken) en ontwierp hij de differentiaalrekening (onafhankelijk van Newton). Vanaf 1676 tot aan zijn dood was hij te Hannover in dienst van Johan Frederik hertog van Brunswijk-Lünburg en diens opvolgers, aanvankelijk als bibliothecaris, later ook als historicus van het Huis Brunswijk. Hij is ook de stichter van de Berlijnse Academie van Wetenschappen (1709). "Die Essais de Théodicée sur la bonté de Dieu, la liberté de l'homme et l'origine du mal erschienen 1710, sind aber bereits früher verfaßt worden; sie gehen auf Gespräche L.s mit der Königin Charlotte zurück. Die drei Arten des Übels, das metafysische, das physische und das moralische Übel, entspringen, das ist das Beweisziel der Essais, nicht Gott als ihrem freien Urheber, sondern sind nach den Gesetzen, die unsere Welt möglich machen, notwendig. Eine bessere Welt als die unsere ist nicht möglich; denn sonst bestände Sie durch Gottes Weisheit, Güte und Allmacht. Darum muss die Welt notwendig aus endlichen Wesen bestehen. (...). W. Ziegenfuss, Philosophen-Lexikon, 2, pp. 32-44. C.C. Gillispie. Dictionary of scientific bibliography, 8, pp. 149-168. Metuitvoerige bibliografie. C.G. Jöcher. Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexicon. Ergänzungsband, 3, p. 1529 (138) vermeldt deze editie niet, wel die van 1710 (1e), 1714, 1720, 1734, 1746 en 1771. K.Goedeke. Grundriss zur Geschichte der deutschen Dichtung aus den Quellen, III, p. 361, VI 34. C. von Faber du Faur. German Baroque literature. A catalogue of the collection in the Yale University Library, 1, 1540. E. Ravier. Bibliographie des oeuvres de Leibniz, 375. 'Les Anmerkungen précédées des lettres G.F.R. (8) étaient de Georg Friedrich Richter'.

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        Musica choralis Franciscana, tripliciter divisa, in medullam cantus Gregoriani, sive ejusdem principia generalia; in cantorale tonorum communium, in provincia ff. min. recoll. coloniensi usitatorum, et in processionale Romanum et ordinis. Köln, o. Dr. 1746. 12°. 6 Bll., 240 S., 6 Bll., mit römischer Choralnotation auf 4linigem System, Ldr. über Holzdeckeln d. Zt. mit 1 (v.2) Messingschließen.

      . . RISM B VI, 899 - Eitner X, 295 - MGG IV, 837 - Squire II, 696 - Wolffheim II, 902, Anm. - vgl. Fetis VIII, 490 - nicht bei Grove u. Hirsch.- Zweite Ausgabe (erstmals 1726 erschienen); eine von Fetis genannte Ausgabe 1756 scheint nicht zu existieren.- Wolff war Organist am Franziskaner-Observanten-Kloster Ad Olivas zu Köln.- Lehrbuch der Chormusik für den Franziskanerorden; unterteilt in: Medulla cantus Gregoriani / Cantorale / Processionale.- Leicht gebräunt, tls. etw. finger- u. braunfleckig, zu Beginn u. am Ende auch etw. wasserrandig, Ebd. berieben u. bestoßen, Rücken tls. etw. ergänzt.# Second edition.- Textbook of choral music for the Franciscan order with musical notes.- Slightly browned, some foxing, at the beginning and at the end a little waterstained, binding rubbed and bumped, spine partly supplemented.

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        Pons Rivoalti, utrique Ripae, et Aedes ad Orientem. Kupferstich von J. B. Brustonloni (1726 Venedig geb.) nach Canal.

      . Bezeichnet "Antonius Canal Pinxit." und Joan Bapta Brustoloni sculpsit". Mit dem Titel und der Nr. "11". Auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen "Bekröntes Wappenschild und "AFG". 32,5 x 46,5 cm.. Nagler (Brostoloni) [2]. Blatt 11 aus einer Folge von 20 radierten Prospekten nach A. Canal. Blick auf den Canale Grande mit der Rialto-Brücke. - Breitrandiges Blatt, an drei Seiten etwas. unregelmäßig beschnitten. Ränder mit minimalen Knicken.

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs (Einzelun]
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