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        THE DUTY OF A STEWARD TO HIS LORD

      London: John Shuckburgh, 1727. First Edition. Full Leather. Very Good binding. Interesting 18th century book exploring many aspects of husbandry and the management of sizable estates -- from the management of accounts, and the value of manure, to the importance of making sure the mole-hunters do their jobs. With double-page folding plate “A Survey of Dun Boggs Farm in Haversham” as well as a double page plate of hedges.Nice copy in contemporary panelled calf (the front board has been reattached). On the front pastedown is a sheet “Reports of Logs scaled for Keewatin Lumbering and Manufacturing -- blank form from the1880’s; on the front free endpaper is a 19th century newspaper clipping on Replanting Forest Ground.

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        Moruma Ville de la Tartarie Moscovite

      Leiden 1727 - from the book "Voyages tres-curieux et tres-renommez faits en Moscovie, Tartarie et Perse.", Image Size : 270x335 (mm), 10.625x13.125 (Inches), Platemark Size : 275x340 (mm), 10.875x13.375 (Inches), Paper Size : 310x390 (mm), 12.25x15.375 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving

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        Les aphorismes d'Hippocrate, expliquez conformément au sens de l'Auteur ; à la Pratique Médicinale, et à la Méchanique du Corps humain. Traduction Françoise, sur la version latine d'un Auteur anonime. Imprimée à Paris en l'année 1723.

      D'Houry, A Paris chez D'Houry 1727 - Livre ancien Tome I : (1) ff bl, frontispice, XCVI, 432 pp. Tome II : (1) ff bl, titre, 507 pp. Edition très abondamment commentée des Aphorismes d'Hippocrate. Dans l'important avant propos, l'auteur insiste sur la hardiesse de son entreprise qui consiste à faire coïncider chaque aphorisme à l'exercice pratique de la médecine. Condition : 2 volumes in-12 en plein veau moucheté, dos orné de fleurons, pièces de titre et de tomaison de maroquin, tranches rougies. -. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tabulae medicae seu medicina domestica. Das ist: Kleine Hauß=Apothek, darinnen allerhand schöne Experimenta oder Arzneyen. den Armen Kranken zu Nuten an Tag gegeben.

      - Franklfurt und Leipzig, zu finden bei Joh.Paul Kraußen, Buchhändler, 1727, 12°, (20 Bl.), 306 pp., (14 Bl.-Register), gest. Kupferstichtiel und scharz/rot gedruckter Titel, Halbpergamenteinband der Zeit; frisches Exemplar. APOSTEL DER NATURHEILKUNDE - Seltene Ausgabe dieses raren Hausvaterbuches des sonst wenig bekannten Memminger Arztes Gufer, eines "Apostel der Naturheilmethoden" (Schelenz). In insgesamt 79 Kapiteln werden viele, z.T. obskure Arzneien vorgestellt. Darunter Heilmittel aus dem Kot und Harn von diversen Tieren, aus Eierschalen, Eisen, Brot, Frauen-Milch, Met, Butter, Weinessig, Kleie, Hafer, Harz, Honig, etc. Auch "von einer Arzney wider den Schwindel und Schlag" (Muscat) wird berichtet. Ab S.165ff. eine Abhandlung über die Nützlichkeit des Bieres. Im Vorwort warnt Gufer den Leser vor "Landfahrern, Marktschreyern, Roß- und Kühe=Aerzten, Henkern und dergleichen Stümplern", während er den Rat der Medico, Barbiere und Wundärzte empfiehlt. - cf. Schelenz 514; Ferchl 204-05. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bibliotheca Menckeniana, quae Autores praecipue Veteres Graecos et Lat. Historiae item Literariae, Eccl. et Civilis, Antiquitatum ac Rei Nummariae scriptores, Philologos, Oratores, Poetas et Codices MSS. complectitur

      - Engraved frontis. port. of J.B. Mencke. Title printed in red & black. 8 p.l. (incl. frontis.), 876 pp., [82] leaves. Thick 8vo, orig. limp boards (occasional minor foxing), uncut. Leipzig, J.F. Gleditsch & Son, 1727. Second edition, much enlarged (1st ed.: 1723) and a very lovely copy in original state; this was a very influential catalogue and was considered in its time to be the model of a universal bibliography. The Menckeniana is a catalogue of a specialized library particularly interesting to students of history and the history of learning. It was open to the public. The library was created by Otto Mencke (1644-1707), professor of moral philosophy at Leipzig University and founder of the Acta Eruditorum, the first great German scholarly journal. Mencke bequeathed the library to his son Johann Burckhard (1674-1732), professor of history at the same institution. The first edition of the Menckeniana was exhausted in two years, suggesting how important the catalogue was considered by other scholars. In the Preface to the second and larger edition of 1727 Mencken writes about serving scholars and complains about the difficulty of recovering books that had been lent. There is no suggestion at the time that he contemplated the sale of his library, but within a year he issued small priced catalogues and within five years he had disposed of his books. As we can see, an owner’s catalogue can be an incidental means of selling a library. The largest part of the library was purchased in 1730 by Bünau and the remainder was auctioned in 1732. The catalogue contains one of the earliest instances of a frontispiece portrait in a library catalogue. The final leaves contain an author index, one of the earliest examples found in a private library catalogue. A very fine copy in original state. ? Folter 528. Loh, G., Verzeichniss der Kataloge von Buchauktionen und Privatbibliotheken aus dem deutschsprachigen Raum, Vol. I, p. 205. Taylor, Book Catalogues, pp. 7, 13, 108, 114, 127, 128, 131, 175, 207, & 252-53. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hadrianus VI. sive Analecta historica de Hadriano sexto [.].

      APUD JACOBUM À POOLSUM, TRAJECTI AD RHENUM [UTRECHT] 1727 - Front.-[46]-541-[1] pp., 3 plooibare buitentekstgravures. ÉDITION ORIGINALE de ce recueil de différents écrits relatifs à Adrien VI, unique pape originaire des Pays-Bas (1459-1523), édité et annoté par Burman. Avec 1 in texto et 4 hors-texte (front., tableau, portrait d'Adrien et vue de son monument funéraire) d'après Wandelaar. Historien, Burman (+ 1755) fait partie de la fameuse famille d'érudits de la ville d'Utrecht et se rendit célèbre son histoire littéraire de la ville ("Trajectum eruditum", 1738). # Biogr. univ. VI-196. 1 volumes. Légère usure générale. Bel exemplaire Reliure de l'époque : plein vélin décoré à froid, large fleuron losangé central et filets sur les plats, dos à nerfs.

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        Engelska åker-mannen och fåra-herden/ eller: åker-bruks-konsten och får-skiötslen/ så wäl efter philosophiske principier som sielfwa praxin, af de witraste engelske scribenter utdragen, med åtskillige historiske och topographiske anmärkningar öfwer konunga-riket England.

      1727 - Stockholm, J. L. Horrn, 1727. 8:o. Engraved front,(16),304 pp. Woodcut illustrations in the text. Title printed in red and black. ("The English farmer and shepherd") Contemporary calf, somewhat worn, with raised bands and oxidized gilt decoration on spine. Edges sprinkled red. Front joint with a few minor cracks. Signatures, notes and smudge on pastedowns and flyleaves. Some dampstains and soiling, tear to upper margin on p. 21. Hebbe Den svenska lantbrukslitteraturen 518. The nice frontispiece is engraved by Haton. At the time of publication Jacob Serenius was pastor at the Swedish congregation in London. Among the sources he lists at the end are Bacon, Camden, Davenant, Evelyn, Petty och Ray. The work also deals with the cultivation of hops. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nouvel Examen de L'Usage General des Fiefs en France: Pendant le XI. le XII. le XIII. and le XIVe, siecle. complete in 2 volumes

      Claude Prud'homme and Robustel, Paris 1727 - Complete set in 2 volumes. 1727, First Edition. Hardcover, full contemporary calf, with raised bands, gilt embellishments and one red leather and gilt title label on either spine. lviii, (674) - 1046, ccx, 102, [1]. Contents bold and unmarked; occasionally faint foxing or fading to the margins. Boards rubbed along the edges, with light loss at the corners and spine ends. Hinges with small areas of splitting, but the bindings are intact and sound. Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus Juridico-Politicus de Jure Hospitiorum, Von Gast-Recht,.insbesondere von Recht offentliche Gast- und Wirths-Häuser aufzurichten. In die Hoch-Teutsche Sprach übersetzt, verbessert und mit vielen practicablen Zusätzen und Anmerckungen, Praejudiciis, Decisionibus und Responsis.vermehrt von Joh.Jodocus Beck.

      Frankfurt & Leipzig Weber 1727 - Erste deutsche Ausgabe. 19,5 x 15 cm. 5 Bl., 304, 44 S., 22 Bl. Ldr.d.Zt. Einband stark beschädigt, Bindung gebrochen. + vorgebunden: Von Heyrath-Guetern, 5 Teile. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe, gegenüber dem lateinischen Original um drey mal so viel vermehrt, da J.J.Beck dem Traktat Boeclers ergänzend Auszüge aus denen allgemeinen Reichs-Rechten, sonderbahren Landtes-Verordnungen, Statuten und Gewohnheiten, sofern sie zum Gastrecht Bezug haben, beigesellt hat. Die privatrechtliche Untersuchung über die Rechtsverhältnisse zwischen Wirt und Gast in Deutschland, "von Gast-Recht der Fremden, von Visitations-Mahlen und Verpflegungen, Visitations-Gebühren, Einquartierungen" (Titel) wird ergänzt um Kapitel über die Beherbergung von Handwerksleuten und von Gesandten, enthält auch Auszüge aus der "Würtemberg. und Marckgrävl. Baaden- und Hachbergischen Wirths-Ordnung" sowie der Land- und Polizei-Ordnung von Ober- und Nieder-Bayern, schließlich ein ausführliches Register. - Der Nürnberger Advokat und juristische Publizist Johann Joducus Beck (1684-1744) wirkte auch als Ratsherr und Juraprofessor in Altdorf. - Enslin/Engelmann 23;Jöcher/Adelung I, 1580 (jeweils unter Beck); Slg Walterspiel 66: Heinsius I, 178 (irrig G.A.Böckler).- Das hübsche Frontispiz zeigt Wirt und Gasthaus, Gäste zu Pferd und in einer Kutsche, Soldaten und ein Fuhrwerk. - Durchgehend Wasserfl., teilweise Wurmfraß im Bug, einige Bleistiftanstreichungen, insgesamt nur mäßige Erhaltung. 1.100 gr.

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        Scipione, Istoria diplomatica che serve d’ introduzione all’ arte critica in tal material. Con raccolta de’ documenti non ancor divulgati, che rimangono in Papiro Egizio. Appresso per motive nati dall’ istessa opera siegue ragionamento sopra gl’ italic primitive in cui si scuopre l’ origine degli Etrusci, e de’ Latini. Per appendice l’ epistola a Cesario illustrate, e altri monumenti.

      Alberto Turnermani, Mantua 1727 - 4to. pp. XXII, [2], 338. [pages 161-172 repeated in pagination]. With 5 plates and a frontispiece depicting the dedicatee, Victor Amedeus II Duke of Savoy. Four of the plates are fold outs including a plate depicting the Roman triumphal arch at Susa (outside of Turin) with a restored inscription. Other plates contain facsimiles of ancient Latin paleography. Page 236 also contains an illustration of a winged Roman or Etruscan spirit. The title page is printed in red and black and includes an engraved vignette. Bound in full contemporary mottled calf – rubbed, stained, general wear. Hinges and head caps are carefully restored; board corners are neatly repaired. Some of the gilt panel lines on the spine are restored. Gilt lines on the head and tail caps are also renewed (with the new gold somewhat brighter than the old). Interior is generally clean with some scattered marginal foxing. Small marginal tear on p. 93 – neatly sealed. All edges dyed red. Scipione Maffei (1675-1755) Italian scholar and antiquarian from Verona. Following the work of Jean Mabillon, the founder of paleography and diplomatics, Maffei’s work "perfected the classification of the western hands and formulated the rules of epigraphical criticism." (See A. Momigliano, "Ancient History and the Antiquarian" in Journ. of the Warburg Inst. 13(1950) p.303). [Razzolini, p. 212; Brunet III, 1291; Graesse IV p. 334] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Retained manuscript copy of an important letter written in French to the King of Sardinia reporting at length of his meeting with King George II and further meetings with English diplomats.

      Londres 21 Juillet 1727 - Folio, written in one neat hand, 9 pages with 3 integral blank pages, final page docketed, has been folded, signed at end by the Count. An important letter written by Count Seyssel d'Aix, Ambassador to London of the King of Sardinia (Victor Amadeus II of Savoy), reporting at length on his meeting with George II only a month after his accession to the throne. The letter goes on to describe a meeting with Secretary of State Viscount Townshend who, remarkably, encourages Sardinia to annex the Austrian-held town of Vigevano in Northern Italy with Townshend implying that British military support would deter any Austrian reaction. This is important evidence of the serious differences of opinion in England concerning the policy to be adopted towards Austria at this time, with Townshend appearing to advocate a strike by Sardinia against Austria- advice for which there is no sense of either royal approval or of Sardinia taking heed. Townshend retired in 1730 after opposing improved relations with Austria, thus removing himself as the final obstacle to the sealing of the Anglo-Austrian Alliance which became the centrepiece of George II's foreign policy. The Kingdom of Sardina at this time included Savoy, the Piedmont and Nice. Vigevano was later ceded to Sardinia by the 1743 Treaty of Worms. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Praelectiones Theologicae de Sacramentis Baptismi et Confirmationis, Quas in Scholis Sorbonicis Habuit.

      Raymundi Mazieres & Joannem-Bapt. Garnier, Paris, 1727 - First edition. Hardback. pp 847+index. Full leather with gilt decorations at spine, slightly edge-rubbed and marked with spine ends slightly chipped. A very good indeed solid copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The History of the Conquest of Mexico by the Spaniards. 2 Volumes.

      G. Risk, G. Ewing & W. Smith Dublin 1727, Dublin - Very good tight condition full original dark brown calf First Irish Edition. hinge cracks light shelfwear. A Very good copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Coûtumier général ou corps et compilation de tous les commentateurs sur la Coûtume du Comté et Pays de Poitou, avec les Conférences des autres coûtumes, les Notes de M. Charles du Moulin, & de nouvelles Observations sur le tout, tant de Coûtume que de Droit écrit.

      Poitiers: Jacques Faulcon, 1727 - Première édition, 2 volumes in-folio; T.I: [vi: page de titre imprimée en rouge et noir et ornée de l"emblème de l"éditeur, dédicace au comte de Laval, avis, table des titres], xxx (sommaire, procez-verbal, préface), 961p. imprimées sur deux colonnes; très beau portrait en frontispice de Gui. André comte de Laval, gravé par [Claude] Duflos. T.II: [ii], 886p., [1p. Approbation, Privilège]. Bonne reliure d"époque en plein veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre en maroquin brun, gardes marbrées. Courte fente à l"extrémité d"un mors du second volume, quelques épidermures et coins émoussés, mais généralement un très bon exemplaire, de belle fraîcheur. Excellent ouvrage comportant d"importantes tables avec références croisées, parmi lesquelles: Quid du gendre nourri en la famille de son beau-père? - Veuve qui vit impudiquement pendant l"an de deuil, privée de son douaire - En Poitou l"on n"est émancipé pour avoir l"âge de vingt-cinq ans - Les heritiers qui ne vengent pas la mort du défunt homicidé, sont indignes de lui succeder - Fruits des arbres plantez sur les confins de deux héritages, comment se partagent - Celuy qui se départ de fiancailles & promesse de mariage sans cause, perd les arrhes, bagues & joyaux qu"il a donné - Noble qui fait trafic de marchandise & profession des arts méchaniques, déroge à la noblesse? [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Etwas Nagel-Funckel-Neues Auß dem Stuttgartischen Journal und Kontroversisten-Spital : Dessen Bresthafftem Censori über "Politicam catholicam" Tomthei Caesarini Basilii - (Von denen Vortheilen Grosser Herrn und Potentaten auß dem Catholischen Glauben / etc.) - Die Pulß gefühlet / und etliche heylsame Artzney-Mittel verschrieben werden / durch Iraeneum Hygiophilum, des Prytanei zu Bethesda Physicum Extraordinarium - Es wird auch aus Anlaß und Glegenheit der Entwürffe / von Pag. 125 an biß 164. weitläufig aus Göttlichen Rechten erwiesen: Daß denen Männern keine Herrfschaft über ihre Weiber gebühre.

      Augsburg, M. Wolff 1727.. 8°. Titelbl. (Doppelbl.), 6 nn. Bll., 400 S., Titelbl. in rot u. schw., mit Kopfl., Initialen u. einer Schlußvign. Imit. neuerer Pgmtbd.., mit altem RüSch. Mit (kalligr.) Beschriftung von alter Hd., Einband gur erh., Vorsätze etw. stockfl. Kern in sehr gutem Zustand, nahezu fleckenfrei u. kaum gebräunt.. GV 66,91; BLC 156,494; Hayn.-Gotend. II, 361f. - Kuriose Schrift eines unbekannt gebliebenen Autors mit erfrischenden, unvoreingenommenen Aussagen, deren Ernsthaftigkeit jedoch manchmal in Zweifel gezogen werden können. In der Vorrede nennt der Autor die Schrift eine "Apologie oder Schutz- u. Verthaidigungs-Schrift" (d. "Politicum catholicum") und gibt an diese Schrift vollständig "fideliter wiederholt und nachgedruckt" und seine Anmerkungen dazugetan zu haben. Daher nennen manche Bibliographen Johann Daniel Kuttge (d. i. Timotheus Caesarian Basilius) als Autor, ebenfalls biographisch kaum nachzuweisen, d. einige theologische Kleinschriften verfasst hat. - Vergl. Dazu Holzm.-Boh. Pseud 26; Raßmann 19; schon v. Hayn.-Got. als "Sehr selten!" bezeichnete Rarität.

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        Matheseos universalis elementa. Quibus accedunt, Specimen commentarii in

      Apud Samuelem Luchtmans,, Lugduni Batavorum (Leyden) 1727 - Arithmeticam Universalem Newtoni , in-12, titre gravé, praefatio (2 p.), Index Capitum (1 p.), 245 p. avec en fin de volume 4 planches dépliantes. La page 69/70 est déchirée en marge, sans manque de texte, les pages 95/96 et 97/98 manquent. Reliure de l'époque plein veau moucheté, dos à nerfs, orné, mors supérieur en partie fendu, quelques épidermures, tranches rouges, bon état intérieur sauf quelques salissures sur les premières pages de garde et la page de titre.

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        Relation de ce qui s'est passé au sujet de la réception de l'illustre Mathanasius, à l'Académie Françoise.

      S.l., s.d., (1727), - in-12, 48 pp., veau fauve marbré, dos à nerfs, tranches mouchetées de rouge (reliure de l'époque). Coins émoussés, pièce de titre usée, mais bon exemplaire. Aussi attribuée à Jean-Jacques Bel, cette pièce satirique de l'abbé Guyot-Desfontaines (1685-1745), l'inventeur de la critique moderne, vise l'élection en 1726 de Jean-Baptiste de Mirabaud (1675-1760) au septième fauteuil de l'Académie. Cioranescu, XVIII, 23308. Relié avec les pièces suivantes : I. Lettre de M. le marquis de *** lieutenant-général des armées du Roy, à M. Le Normant avocat en Parlement. S.l., 1733, [2]-12 pp. Concerne la candidature de Le Normant à l'Academie française. II. Lettre d'un académicien à Mr. le marquis de *** lieutenant général des armées du Roy : pour servir de réponse à la Lettre écrite à Mr. Le Normant. S.l., 1734, 16 pp. Défend l'Académie contre les attaques du précédent libelle. III. [LA FEUILLE (Jean-Baptiste-Louis de) :] Dissertation sur l'antiquité de Chaillot, pour servir de mémoire à l'histoire universelle. Troisième édition, revûë & corrigée. Paris, Prault père, 1736, 16 pp. IV. [COSTE (N.) :] Projet d'une histoire de la ville de Paris, sur un plan nouveau. Harlem [Paris ?], 1739, 39 pp. L'auteur est Toulousain . - V. [MEUSNIER DE QUERLON (Anne-Gabriel) :] Apologie des modernes, ou Réponse du cuisinier françois auteur des dons de Comus, à un pâtissier anglois. S.l.n.d. [1740], 44 pp. Exemplaire aux armes de la famille La Rochefoucauld, et cachet humide du château de La Roche-Guyon. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        IN PATAVINO ARCHI GYMNASIO HUMANIORUM LITTERARUM PROFESSORIS ORATIO in funere Fortunati Mauroceni Episcopi Brixiensis.

      [1727 ca], S.l.n.d., 1727 - manoscritto cartaceo in-4 (mm.258x182), ccnn 6, leg. mod. m. tela con angoli, cart. dec. ai piatti e tass. al piatto ant. Manoscritto in chiara grafia settecentesca autografo del Lazzarini (Macerata 1668-1734) che fu professore di Lettere Greche e Latine all'Università di Padova. Con notizie sull'operato del Mauriceno (Fortunato Morosini), Vescovo di Brescia dal 1723 al 1727 anno della morte. [390]

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        Conspectus Formularum Medicarum, Exhibens Tabulis XVI. Tam Methodum Rationalem, Quam Remediorum Specimina, Ex Praxi Stahliana Potissimum Desumta, et Theriapiae Generali Accommodata Sigue: Pharmaceutica Generalia.

      Gabrielem Hertz, Venetia 1727 - VIII - 214pp. Y sigue: Fundamenta Chymico - Pharmaceutica generalia. Cura Benjamin Roth-scholtzji. Venetia, 1727. 48pp. Muy correcto ejemplar, en muy conservado papel, con encuadernación de época en pergamino. Lomera pintada. Size: 2 Tomos En 1 Vol. En 8ºmenor. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Genealogische Adels = Historie oder Geschlechts=Beschreibung derer in Chur=Sächsischen und an- gränzenden Landen zum Theil ehemals, allermeist aber noch ietzo in guten Flor stehenden ältesten und ansehnlichsten Adelichen Geschlechter und aus selbigen entsprungenen ver- schiedenen Freyherrlichen und Hoch=Gräflichen Häuser... nebst einer Vorrede Herrn Johann Burchard MENCKEN zusammen getragen und herausgegeben von Valentino Königen.

      Leipzig, Verlegts Wolffgang Deer, 1727.. Erster Theil: Darstellung von 60 Adelsgeschlechter. Folio. Ganzseitiges Titelkupfer, Ttlbl., (14), 1.108, (16) S. Pergamentband.(teilweise am Rücken in älterer Zeit ausgebessert am Falz, an der Stehkante und am Kapital mit Pergament überklebt).

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        Die Begebenheiten Des Prinzen von Ithaca, Oder: Der seinen Vater Ulysses, suchende Telemach, Aus dem Französischen des Herrn von Fenelon, in Deutsche Verse gebracht,. Erster Theil

      Johann Valentin Lüders, Onolzbach (= Ansbach) 1727 - . Und Mit Mythologisch-Geographisch-Historisch- und Moralischen Anmerckungen erläutert, von Benjamin Neukirch; (10 Bl.) Titelei u. Vorrede, 500 S., (8 Bl.) Register u. Corrigenda; mit 9 ganzseitigen Kupfern, davon 8 ganzseitigen, von Cochin nach Le Clerc und von Winter nach Le Clerc u. Sperling; Ganzledereinband auf 6 Bünden, mit Deckelvignette (Wappen) u. Rückentitel u. -schmuck in Gold, rundum Rotschnitt, Vorsätze aus Marmorpapier; prächtiger, breitrandiger Druck; erster Band von drei; Rücken, Deckel u. Kanten etwas berieben, Kapital mit kl. Einriss, stabiles Expl. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Belle et Grand Ville de Ardebil, dans la Royaume de Perse.

      Leiden 1727 - Located in Azerbaijan Province in Iranfrom the book "Voyages tres-curieux et tres-renommez faits en Moscovie, Tartarie et Perse.", Image Size : 285x352 (mm), 11.25x13.875 (Inches), Platemark Size : 295x360 (mm), 11.625x14.125 (Inches), Paper Size : 315x391 (mm), 12.375x15.375 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving

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        Dottrina dello stoico filosofo Epitteto che chiamasi communemente Enchiridion. Tradotto dal greco in spagnolo, nell'anno 1612 in Madrid da D. Francesco Sanchez, ed ora in italiano idioma da Don Marc - Anton. Citarella. Con alcune poesie del di lui fratello D. Niccolo Citarella e di altri autori.

      Pistoia: Pistoja, per il Biagioni, e Franchi, 1727. - 4to.; 16 hojas, incluida portada con el escudo grabado de la Casa de Saboya, 115 pp. para la traducción y comentarios en italiano de Citarella y 4 hojas, incluída portada, 88 pp. para el texto en castellano. Con una excepcional lámina retrato de Marco Antonio Citarella, grabada en cobre por Filosi. Bella encuadernación de época, en piel, con ruedas doradas en los planos y lomera ornada. Cortes dorados.

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        POEMS ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS

      1727 - BROOME, William. POEMS ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS. London: Bernard Lintot, 1727. Octavo. xiii(3)248pp. First edition. Fine frontispiece portrait engraved by George Vertue. Three pages of publisher's ads. Broome, a country clergyman, contributed the notes to Pope's Iliad (1715-20), and wrote eight of the 24 Books of "Pope's" translation of the Odyssey, published in 1725-6, as well as the Notes. He felt he received insufficient credit or payment for his work, and Samuel Johnson (in Lives of the Poets) said there was "more than coldness" between him and Pope. Facing the first page of text here is Broome's rather caustic "Advertisement:" "The Author has not inserted into this Collection any part of his translation of the Odyssey, published by Mr. Pope: he thought it an Imposition on the Public to swell this volume with Verses taken from a Work that is in the hands of almost every Reader." Johnson quoted a comic verse current at the time: "Pope came off clean with Homer, but they say/ Broome went before and kindly swept the way." Pope lampooned Broome in The Dunciad and Bathos. Johnson called Broome an "excellent versifyer, his lines smooth and sonorous, his diction select and elegant," but admitted that he was not a great poet. Tipped-in on the flyleaf is a description of another copy of this edition from a Sotheby's catalogue of 1870, copied out in longhand. Contemporary calf boards, skillfully rebacked with black morocco spine labels. Scarce

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        The Voiage and Travaile of Sir John Maundevile, Kt. Which Treateth of the Way to Hierusalem; and of Marvayles of Inde, with Other Ilands and Countryes. Now Publish'd Entire from an Original MS. In the Cotton Library

      Woodman, Lyon and C. Davis, London 1727 - xxiv, 384, viii pp. Recased. Raised bands and periphery of boards decorated with gilt. Title page printed in red and black. Bookplate inside front board. Several incidents of peeling and sticker remnant to decorated front endpaper. Small, faint numeric ink stamp at bottom of title page. Call numbers on backstrip scarcely visible. Moderate wear. Binding firm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ispahan

      Leiden 1727 - from the book "Voyages tres-curieux et tres-renommez faits en Moscovie, Tartarie et Perse.", Image Size : 285x355 (mm), 11.25x14 (Inches), Platemark Size : 290x365 (mm), 11.375x14.375 (Inches), Paper Size : 310x390 (mm), 12.25x15.375 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving

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        La Grande & Belle Ville de Kaschan, en Perse

      Leiden 1727 - from the book "Voyages tres-curieux et tres-renommez faits en Moscovie, Tartarie et Perse.", Image Size : 270x355 (mm), 10.625x14 (Inches), Platemark Size : 275x360 (mm), 10.875x14.125 (Inches), Paper Size : 310x405 (mm), 12.25x15.875 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving

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        Kom

      Leiden 1727 - from the book "Voyages tres-curieux et tres-renommez faits en Moscovie, Tartarie et Perse.", Image Size : 285x351 (mm), 11.25x13.75 (Inches), Platemark Size : 292x360 (mm), 11.5x14.125 (Inches), Paper Size : 311x392 (mm), 12.25x15.375 (Inches), Black & White, Copper Engraving

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        Voyage du tour du Monde

      Paris, Etienne Ganeau 1727. - Secondfrench edition. 6 vol in 8vo size.Frontis, portrait and 61 engravings,some of them folding.original calf binding,spines gilt.Turkey, Persia,Indostan,China,Phillipines and New Spain and described in detail. He sailed from 1693-98 to America and Asia. A fine copy of this scarce book. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Book of Common Prayer. And Administration of the Sacraments, and Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the Church of England: Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be Sung or Said in Churches.

      Edinburgh: Printed by Robert Freebairn. 1727 - 24mo, 109 x 56 mms., pp. [434], last leaf is R10, C5 signed L5, contemporary Scottish herringbone binding in dark olive morocco, ornately gilt to a central panel floral design, gilt circular ornaments at top and bottom of each cover, gilt surrounds, gilt spine, all edges gilt, marbled paste-down end-papers; no preliminary leaves, title-page soiled, margins of next three leaves soiled, last blank page (R10v) soiled, with 1852 ownership inscription (which has so far resisted transcription), gilt faded and binding a bit soiled. ESTC T87246 locates copies in BL, Brighton Central Library, and NLS. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nouveau Voyage D'Italie

      Henry Van Bulderen 1727 - 12mo. 3 volume set. Hardcover. Bound in contemporary leather. Early speckled calf, ribbed gilt-decorated spines, red morocco labels, edges marbled. Bindings moderately worn, contents very good condition. Includes several lovely fold out pages of antiquities and places of interest. Of Protestant heritage, Maximilien Mission fled France after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1683. Mission's Voyage to Italy was written from his experience during his Grand Tour of Europe. Mission's guide describes 18th century Italy's notable cities, sites, and antiquities. His book serves as an excellent first-hand account of the period and presents lively details about his travels. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        INDIAN CONVERTS: OR, SOME ACCOUNT OF THE LIVES AND DYING SPEECHES OF A CONSIDERABLE NUMBER OF THE CHRISTIANIZED INDIANS OF MARTHA'S VINEYARD, IN NEW-ENGLAND...TO WHICH IS ADDED, SOME ACCOUNT OF THOSE ENGLISH MINISTERS WHO HAVE SUCCESSIVELY PRESIDED OVER THE INDIAN WORK IN THAT AND THE ADJACENT ISLANDS. BY MR. PRINCE

      London: Printed for Samuel Gerrish, Bookseller in Boston in New- England, 1727.. xxiv,310pp. plus [2],8pp. of bookseller's advertisements. Early 20th- century polished calf, spine gilt with leather label, a.e.g. Extremities rubbed. Bookplates on front pastedown. Contemporary ownership inscription crossed out at head of titlepage. Light to moderate foxing. About very good. Mayhew worked as a missionary among the tribes in Martha's Vineyard. "In this extraordinary relation of the effects of the Gospel upon the aborigines, are narrated biographical sketches of one hundred and twenty- nine Indians, who gave unexceptional tokens of conversion by Christian lives" - Field. Prince's work has a separate title at page 277. HOWES M452, "aa." FIELD 1045. SABIN 47124. JCB (1)III:399. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 727/158. SIMMONS 1727:17.

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        Coutume de Normandie.

      Chez Jean besongne 1727 - - Chez Jean besongne, A Rouen 1727, In 4 (19x26cm), (14) 632 112pp. (41), relié. - Mention de seconde édition, corrigée et augmentée.Plein Veau d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Coiffe de tête rognée au 2/3. 2 coins émoussés.Pesnelle a accompli un habile travail de réorganisation et de clarification à cet égard ses introductions apparaissent essentielles et ses divisions et subdivisions judicieuses. La plupart des coutumes particulières sont rapportées à celles de Paris.Cachet André Bayard. Evreux. (14) 632 112pp. (41) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [EIGHT EARLY MASSACHUSETTS TRACTS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS, INCLUDING CURRENCY, MANUFACTURES, EARTHQUAKES, AND RELIGION]

      Boston. 1727-1742.. Eight volumes bound in one. Pagination described below. Half title in first five works. Contemporary calf, ornate blind-tooled border on covers, spine in seven compartments, 20th-century paper label with manuscript caption title. Covers bowed, rubbed, and scuffed. Spine cracked with one- inch chip at head, hinges worn. Old tape repair on verso of one half title. Occasional minute foxing. Later 18th- century ownership inscription on front free endpaper and later title. Despite pronounced wear to binding, this remains a superlative (and unusually ornate) example of mid- 18th- century American bookbinding. In a half morocco and cloth box. An intriguing sammelband of early Boston imprints, the most important of which discuss early New England currency, paper money, and the famed Massachusetts earthquake of 1727. The pamphlets on paper money in the form of "manufactory bills" and the Vans attack on creating paper money backed by bullion in Massachusetts are by far the most important items here. The titles are: 1) Rogers, John: THE PERFECT AND UPRIGHT MAN CHARACTERIZ'D AND RECOMMENDED. A FUNERAL DISCOURSE OCCASIONED BY THE DEATH OF THE HONORABLE JOHN APPLETON.... Boston: J. Draper for D. Henchman, 1739. [2],24pp. Rogers uses the late Rev. Appleton as an example of the just life. Also included here is Nathaniel Rogers' THE CHARACTER, COMMENDATION, AND REWARD OF A FAITHFUL SERVANT OF CHRIST..., with a separate titlepage, though clearly produced as one publication. OCLC locates only seven copies. OCLC 1698386. EVANS 4418. NAIP w027599. 2) THE TESTIMONY AND ADVICE OF AN ASSEMBLY OF PASTORS OF CHURCHES IN NEW-ENGLAND AT A MEETING IN BOSTON, JULY 7, 1743. Boston: S. Kneeland and T. Green, [1743]. 51pp. The pedagogical product of this enthusiastic Great Awakening clergy gathering. EVANS 5136. NAIP w029522. 3) [Vans, Hugh]: SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE SCHEME PROJECTED FOR EMITTING 60000£. IN BILLS OF A NEW TENOUR TO BE REDEEMED WITH SILVER AND GOLD.... Boston: S. Kneeland and T. Green, 1738. [2],25pp. An extremely early treatise on paper money, written in the form of a letter from a merchant to a friend in the country, sometimes attributed to William Douglass, but now considered the work of Hugh Vans. The paper money debate was an on-going conversation in the colonies prior to the Revolution. As early as 1729, Benjamin Franklin published his MODEST ENQUIRY INTO THE NATURE AND NECESSITY OF A PAPER CURRENCY..., and in 1740, Douglass (better known for his medical tracts) and Vans each published similar works in Boston. In the present tract Vans condemns the proposed plan for two main reasons: the colony is unable to cover its current debts, and the fluctuating values of silver and gold make it unlikely the currency would bear value in an international market. Vans' tract is particularly notable for the detailed description he provides of the proposed scheme. A good account of the currency debate in colonial Massachusetts. OCLC locates five copies. OCLC 30508414, 5298109. EVANS 4308. NAIP w002502. KRESS 4408. MANSELL 629:576. SABIN 20725. 4) McGregore, David: PROFESSORS WARN'D OF THEIR DANGER.... Boston: J. Draper, 1742. 16pp. A caution to those who seek knowledge outside that gleaned through the church. A Puritanical reinforcement of the scriptural passage reminding wise men that "you do not know what you think you know." Extremely rare. OCLC locates only two copies. OCLC 46293031. NAIP w027894. EVANS 4991. 5) Swift, John: A SERMON PREACH'D AT BOSTON BEFORE THE GREAT AND GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF MASSACHUSETTS=BAY IN NEW- ENGLAND.... Boston: B. Green, 1732. [2],25pp. A scarce election sermon. OCLC 16680689. EVANS 3607. NAIP w029216. 6) A LETTER TO THE MERCHANT IN LONDON, TO WHOM IS DIRECTED A PRINTED LETTER RELATING TO THE MANUFACTORY UNDERTAKING.... [Boston]: Printed for the Public Good, 1741. 28pp. The author's letter to a London merchant in response to a proposed plan to produce new "manufactory bills" describes these three fundamental pillars of the colonial economy: currency, industry, and trade. What led to the writing of this pamphlet was the founding of the Manufactory Company, an enterprise to manufacture textiles, begun in 1740, which had engendered arguments about interest rates, stocks, currency, and credit. The author responds to criticism that the paper currency in the colonies is "confused," and cites the circulation of New Hampshire and Rhode Island notes as evidence to the contrary. He continues by asserting that recognition of these legal tenders is essential to promote ongoing ship construction and other manufactures, and that to wait for bills to be used specifically to settle industrial debts is ridiculous. The overall thrust of his argument is that colonial currency must be validated in Great Britain and the colonies for manufactures to continue apace; no new manufactory bills are needed. This work was evidently missed by Rink, who does list two works (a broadside and a four-page pamphlet) relating to the Manufactory Company (see Rink 3264, 3265). Those 1740 pieces recorded by Rink are the earliest American publications listed relating to manufactures. OCLC locates only three copies. OCLC 17180513. KRESS 4566 (imperfect). EVANS 4739. NAIP w013336. 7) Homes, William: PROPOSALS OF SOME THINGS TO BE DONE IN OUR ADMINISTRING [sic] ECCLESIASTICAL GOVERNMENT.... Boston: B. Gray, 1732. [2],iv,36pp. An influential treatise on church reform by this prolific author. OCLC 13042288. EVANS 3553. NAIP w028000. 8) Foxcroft, Thomas: THE VOICE OF THE LORD FROM THE DEEP PLACES OF THE EARTH. A SERMON...THREE WEEKS AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE. Boston: S. Gerrish, 1727. [2],52pp. This sermon contains one of the best contemporary descriptions of the famous earthquake that shook New England in November 1727: "It was on the night after the Lord's Day (Octob. 29.) a little more than half an hour past Ten, that the first and great Shake was felt: - when the Heavens were most serene, the Atmosphere in a perfect Calm, and there had been no generally observed Presages of any such Event. Some say, Before they were sensible of the Shock, they saw flashes of Light glance their Windows, and others observ'd their Dogs give a sudden bark, as when affrighted. But before they could look about them, to know the meaning of these things, they heard first a gentle murmur, like a small ruffling Wind, and then a more noisy Rumbling, as of Thunder at some Distance: which seem'd to approach nigher, and grew louder, till it roared terribly; and then we felt our Houses totter and reel, with the tremulous Motion and Heaving of the Earth, as if they would tumble down into Ruins. It's tho't the greatest Earthquake this Country ever knew...." Recent seismographic scholarship has focused much on early New England earthquakes in an effort to better predict their future occurrence. OCLC 11048419. EVANS 2874. NAIP w002453. In all, a diverse and engaging collection, offering an attractive juxtaposition of colonial New England religion, economics, and struggle with the natural world. EVANS 4418, 5136, 4308, 4991, 3607, 4739, 3553, 2874.

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        Memoires de François de Paul de Clermont, Marquis de Montglat, Mestre de Camp du Régiment de Navarre, Grand Maître de la Garderobe du Roi, & Chevalier de ses Ordres.

      S.n. 1727 - - S.n., A Amsterdam 1727, 4 tomes en 4 Vol. in 12 (9x16,5cm), relié. - Edition originale. Une vignette de titre répétée sur les quatre tomes, figurant Erasme. Pages de titres en rouge et noir. Plein Veau brun d'époque. Dos à nerfs richement orné. Pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge, ornées de roulettes. Un manque en coiffe de tête du tome I dû à un travail de ver, idem au dernier caisson. Mouillure sur le plat supérieur du tome II (noirci). 3 coins émoussés. Memoires essentiellement historiques, le marquis de Montglat se met très rarement en scène, recueillant soigneusement les faits de son temps, depuis 1635 jusqu'à 1668 bien que les memoires fournissent de détails militaires (campagnes entre la France et l'Autriche), Montglat s'attache à déjouer les mécanismes de la cour les troubles de la Fronde y sont habilement décrits et avec bien plus d'impartialité que dans tous les mémoires du temps (Retz et consorts). La préface qui recommande le livre est du père Bougeant, littérateur et historien jésuite fort considéré, qui s'appliqua à éditer très consciencieusement ces mémoires. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Essai Philosophique concernant L'Entendement Humain, ou l'on montre quelle est L'etendu de nos Connoissances certaines, et la Maniere dont nous y parvenons. Traduit.de L'Anglois par M.Coste. Seconde Edition revue, corrigée, & augmentée de quelque Additions importantes de l'Auteur qui n'ont paru qu'apres sa mort, et de quelques Remarques du Traducteur.

      Pierre Mortier., Amsterdam. 1727 - 4to. Contemporary full vellum, lettered in ink to spine, engraved portrait and a large engraved vignette. (8),XLVI,595 pp. + Table des Matieres. The vellum a little mottled and rubbed, some pages some-what browned. From the library of Stephanos Carathèodory with his engraved bookplate and his gilt monogram on the spine. Stephanos Carathéodory, was an Ottoman Greek who had studied law in Berlin and then served as secretary in the Ottoman embassies in Berlin, Stockholm and Vienna. Stephanos had married Despina Petrocochino, who came from a Greek family of businessmen who had settled in Marseille. At the time of his son Constantin's birth, the family were in Berlin since Stephanos had been appointed there two years earlier as First Secretary to the Ottoman Legation. The Carathéodory family, originally from Bosnochori or Vyssa, was well established and respected in Constantinople, and its members held many important government positions. Stephanos Carathèodory was the father of Constantin Carathéodory (or Constantine Karatheodori) (Greek: ???sta?t???? ?a?a?e?d???) (13 September 1873 – 2 February 1950) was a Greek mathematician. He made significant contributions to the theory of functions of a real variable, the calculus of variations, and measure theory. His work also includes important results in conformal representations and in the theory of boundary correspondence. In 1909, Carathéodory pioneered the Axiomatic Formulation of Thermodynamics along a purely geometrical approach. Known correspondence of Carathéodory-Einstein can be seen as facsimile in Einstein Archives Online (11 items). Three letters concern mathematics and these are printed in vol.8 of Einstein's Collected Works (Princeton Univ. Press 1987) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Stenography Compleated, or the Art of Short-Hand Brought to Perfection; being the most easy, exact, lineal, speedy, and legible, method extant .

      Printed for the Author, London 1727 - Four parts in one volume each with separate title-page and engraved frontispiece, volume one with engraved portrait. Fine engraved examples of short-hand throughout. (x); xl; (xxviii); (xxxviii); (lxxxiv); (ii); 16 pages. Contemporary ownership inscription. original speckled calf, neatly rebacked with raised bands and contrasting morocco label on the spine. Early instructional work Size: 8vo. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Fables nouvelles dédiées au Roi, avec un discours sur la fable, 4e édition

      R. et J. Wetstein, et G. Smith, Amsterdam 1727 - 210 et 153 pages. 2 tomes en un volume, 5 livres. Reliure plein-cuir d'époque. Mors un peu fragile. Ex libris gravé ancien. Complet du frontispice et des 99 planches. Houdar de La Motte (1672-1731), est connu à la fois pour sa poésie et son théâtre. Petit in-8 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoria istorica sopra l'avvenuto in Roma in occasione della Bolla Pretiosus Ben. XIII.

      [Rom, um 1727.] - Eigenh. Manuskript. 4 SS. 275:203 mm. Lose in Pappmappe. Folio. Vom Verfasser unterdrückt ("dentro le mani") und ausschließlich für die Nachwelt verfaßt, bringt dieses anscheinend unveröffentlichte Manuskript eine erbitterte Aufzählung der Reaktionen innerhalb der Kirche auf die umstrittenste Bulle Benedikt XIII., die "Bulla Pretiosus". Benedikt (1724-30), selbst Dominikaner, erlaubte damit den Dominikanern, die Augustinische Gnadendoktrin zu predigen. Besonders interessant ist das Manuskript deswegen, weil es offensichtlich auf Informationen fußt, die v. Kardinal Giambattista Salerni (1670-1729) herrühren, einem Favoriten Benedikts, der den polnischen König August zum Katholizismus bekehrt hatte. Zur Zeit der Abfassung des Manuskripts war der Jesuit Turani (auch Turano), päpstlicher Visitator in Sizilien u. Verfasser zahlreicher Abhandlungen (vgl. de Backer/S. VIII, 2709ff. u. L. Cardella, Memorie storiche de' cardinali VII, 190f.). - Aus der Sammlung Sir Thomas Phillipps (ex Ms. 7532). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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