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        In mutilim Campani amphitheatri titulum aliasque nonnullas Campanas inscriptiones

      ex typographia Felicis Muscae 1727 Neapoli, ex typographia Felicis Muscae, 1727. In 8vo; cc. 10 n.nn., pp. 172, cc. 6 n.nn. Grande insegna tipografica al frontespizio. 2 tavole incise in rame e piu' volte spieghevoli di Francesco de Grado con 7 immagini dell'antico monumento. Bruniture. Pergamena coeva, titolo calligrafato al dorso. Rara ed esauriente opera sull'anfiteatro di Capua, adibito dai Romani a campo di allenamento per i gladiatori. Edizione originale. Cicognara, 795:"Opera piena di eruditissime osservazioni".

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella]
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        The Duty of a Steward to his Lord. Represented under several plain and distinct articles; wherein may be seen the Indirect Practices of several Stewards, tending to Lessen, and the several Methods likely to Improve their Lords Estates. To which is added an appendix, shewing the way to plenty, proposed to the farmers; wherein are laid down general Rules and Directions for the Management and Improvement of a Farm. Both Design'd originally for the Use of the several Stewards and Tenants of His Grace the Duke of Buckingham, and now Improv'd and publish'd for the general Use and Interest of All the Nobility and Gentry throughout England

      London: Printed for John Shuckburgh, 1727. First edition, 4to, [12], ix-xv, [1], 212pp., double-page engraved plan frontispiece of a survey of Dun Boggs Farm, in the Manor of Haversham, one further double-page plate, cont. calf, expertly re-backed. Laurence here advises on estate management, proposed covenants to be included in leases, provided model surveys, and discussed quantity surveying and particular cultivations and crops. (ODNB). Goldsmiths'-Kress, 6510; Hanson, 3677.

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        The Works of William Chillingworth, M.A. Containing his Book Intituled The Religion of Protestants... Ninth Edition

      London, Printed for J. Knapton, D. Midwinter... M.DCC.XXVII [1727]. [xxvi], 304, 94, 52, [vi] p.; 36 cm. Title continues: Concerning the Church of Rome?s Being the Guide of Faith and Judge of Controversies. His Nine Additional Discourses. Ninth Edition, with a Preface, giving Some Account of the Corrections and Improvements Made in this Impression. Each title has special title-page. "Nine sermons..." is 8th edition of 1726; "Additional discourses..." is 4th edition of 1727; "Two letters...", 1719, 9 pages at end. ESTC T91329. Chillingworth (1602-1644), an English theologian, was converted to Roman Catholicism and in 1630 went to Douai to study. Under the influence of his godfather, William Laud, he abjured that faith in 1634 and took holy orders (1638) in the Church of England. In 1638 he published "The Religion of Protestants". Bound in original contemporary full leather with gilded spine by Hope Bindery; very good. Stock#OB994.

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        The farrier’s new guide. Containing, first, the anatomy of a horse; being an exact and compendious Description of all his Parts; with their Actions and Uses: Illustrated with Figures curiously engrav’d on Copper-Plates. Secondly, an account of all the diseases incident to horses, with their Signs, Causes, and Method of Cure; wherein many Defects in the Farriers Practice are now carefully supply’d, their Errors expos’d and amended, and the Art greatly improved and advanced, according to the latest Discoveries. The Whole interspers’d with many curious and useful Observations concerning Feeding and Exercise, &c

      London: printed for J. Osborn, and T. Longman, at the Ship in Pater-Noster-Row, M.DCC.XXVII. [1727]. Early Reprint. Full Calf. Near Fine. 8vo: [16],109,[1]; [2],260pp (second part with separate title page and pagination, but register continuous from that of first part), with folding copper-engraved frontispiece showing parts of the horse's anatomy and seven further plates, head- and tail-pieces, and woodcut initials. Full contemporary calf, spine in six compartments, central gilt ornament stamped in each, gilt-ruled raised bands, covers framed in double gilt fillets, title page in red and black. An excellent copy of this working manual, binding square, tight and well-preserved; plates in deep, rich impressions; pages clean and bright. ESTC Citation No. T94749. & The fifth edition corrected (first edition published 1720, with nine editions through 1738). Not long after his discharge from army duty with the 16 Dragoons under Colonel Charles Churchill, Gibson published the first edition of this veterinary guide, the first work in English on diseases of horses to include more than a passing attempt at anatomy, here explicated in the first 100 or so pages and illustrated with 18 figures on seven plates. Nor was circulation of Gibson's work limited to Great Britain and the continent: in a list of supplies ordered from England in 1759 for his Virginia farm, George Washington specified 'Gibson on the Horse' along with 40 shilling's worth of medicines (see J. F. Smithcors, "William Gibson, Surgeon-Farier, on Fevers," in Medical History, 1958). N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable polypropylene sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed.

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        L'Amerique meridionale et septentrionale.

      Incisione in rame, colorata d'epoca ai confini, mm 605x470. Non comune carta geografica delle Americhe incisa da Van Loon. Buon esemplare con minimi difetti (tracce di sporco superficiale, lievi ossidazioni e restauro alla piega centrale in basso. Good example of this uncommon map of the Americas; minor defects, just some lightpaper discoloration, surface dirt and some restorations at centrefold.

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      DANIEL DEFOE  "A System of Magic or a History of The Black Art" London 1727. Printed: and sold by Andrew Millar, at Buchanan's Head, against St. Clement's Church in the Strand. 1727 [8], 403, [1]pp, engr. frontispiece, titlepage in red & black; 8vo. First edition of this very rare book on magic. Very good.

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      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. Very Good binding.

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      1727. Fine. 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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      per il Biagioni e Franchi 1727 In Pistoja, per il Biagioni e Franchi, 1727. In 8vo; cc. 15 n.nn., pp. 115. In antiporta ritratto del Citarella. Stemma al frontespizio. Pergamena coeva.

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        De Napoli illustrata liber unicus cum adnotationibus Mutii fratris

      Neap., 1727. In 8vo; cc.6n.nn.,pp.452. Pergamena coeva, titolo calligrafato al dorso. Una cerniera lacera. Giustiniani, pag.125; Minieri Riccio, Scrittori, pag.334; Soria, pag.560.

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      - AD MODUM REVERENDISSIMI PATRIS ANTONII VIEIRA E SOCIETATE JESU, Regii in Lusitania Praedicatoris, SERMONES SELECTISSIMI, Foecunditate Materiarum Sublimitate, Subtilitate, & acumine Conceptuum admirabiles: Idiomate Lusitanico conscripti, & variis Typis evulgati, Nunc in Cartusia Coloniensi latinitate donati. Cum triplica Indice, Thematum, Locorum Sacrae Scripturae, & rerum memorabilium. COLONIAE AGRIPPINAE. Sumptibus Haeredum THOMAE VON CÖLLEN, & JOSEPHI HUISCH. M.DCC.XXVII. [1727]. Obra com 5 partes encadernadas em 3 volumes. In 4º (de 22x18 cm) com (xvi)-270-(xiv)-(viii)-279-(xxixx); (xii)-318-(xxiv); e (viii)-312-(xxxii)-(viii)-298-(xxx) pags. Encadernações da época inteiras de pele com rótulos vermelhos, nervos e ferros a ouro nas lombadas, cansadas e apresentando alguns picos de traça. Obra impressa a duas colunas, adornada com vinhetas decorativas, apresenta folhas de rosto próprias em cada uma das 5 partes, sendo a folha de rosto da primeira parte impressa a duas cores. Exemplar com leves manchas de acidulação natural do papel nas folhas de rosto e falta dos fólios Nn2 e Nn3 referentes às págs. 283 a 286. De acordo com a nossa apreciação estes dois fólios nunca estiveram presentes, tratando-se provávelmente de um erro original aquando da encadernação da obra, situação muito comum em obras desta época publicadas em muitos volumes. Apresenta ligeiro trabalho de traça em algumas das pastas sem afectar o papel à excepção de uma única galeria no volume 4 a qual na sua maior parte não afecta a mancha gráfica. Existe exemplar não colacionado na BNP/UCP, Lisboa. 5 volumes bound in three. In 4 (of 22x18 cm) with (xvi) -270 - (xiv) - (viii) -279 - (xxviii), (xii) -318 - (xxiv) and (viii) -312 - (xxxii) - (viii) -298 - (xxx) pags. Binding: Full contemporary calf, gilt at spine with red labels, slightly worn out and with traces of moth work. Copy with light foxing. 2 folium?s missing on the 5th volume namely folium Nn2 and Nn3 concerning pages 283 to 286. As far as we can tell the folium?s were never there. They haven?t been torn out or severed, being probably one of those binding defects, quite common at that time, in works of many volumes and many pages. Also there are some slight marks of moth work in some of the folders without affecting the paper, with a single gallery needle type on ?pars quarta?, mostly without even crossing text area. Work printed in two columns, adorned with decorative vignettes, presents own frontispiece for each of the 5 parts, the one of the first part printed in two colors. There is one copy with no collation at UCP / BNP, Lisbon. Location/localizacao: 3-A4-C-24

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        Des Capitains Lemuel Gulliver ReisenÖ

      Berlin, Frankfurt, Leipzig & Altona,: 1727-, 1731.. Three volumes bound together in five volumes; the first work in two volumes with title-pages in black and red, three engraved maps and five plates; the second with two engravings; the third in two volumes; crude repair to second title-page of the third work; otherwise in very good condition in contemporary sprinkled calf, gilt spine showing some wear and cracking as expected in such a thick volume. A fine early Gulliver compendium, containing the first German edition of Swift's Gulliver, Desfontaines' "sequel", and the spurious continuation first published in London in 1727.Due to the enormous popularity of Gulliver's Travels, there were a handful of contemporary works which claimed to be continuations or sequels. This volume, in a handsome contemporary binding, includes the first German edition of Swift's original, as well as two of the better works inspired by Swift, notably the genuine first German translation of Desfontaines' sequel, probably written in late 1730 and published in early 1731, thus predating another edition printed in Hamburg. Teerink confirms this edition's priority (and implies that he has not seen it) by reference to the translator's preface in the Hamburg edition, in which there is a dismissive reference to a poor earlier translation 'ausser Mesz-zeit, zu Berlin, Frankfurt, Leipzig und Altona'. CCuriously, the two parts of this work are inserted in the wrong order.The compendium also includes the first German edition of a continuation originally published in England in 1727. Although Gove makes the comment that he is unaware of any 'careful study' of this work, it is most interesting for its appropriation of Vairasse' land of the Sevarambes, a marvellous seventeenth-century imaginary voyage set in Terra Australis and based on some of the famous Dutch shipwrecks on the coast of west Australia; Gove comments that this new work displays some 'small degree of ingenuity'. It concludes with an explanatory key: a series of letters written by 'Herrn Carolini' a Venetian knight resident in London, to Swift. This unusual section seems also to be entirely fictional, the letters designed, it is claimed, to help make the zealous and careful reader more acquainted with the wonders of Gulliver and his voyage.Teerink, 425 & 1238.

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        Lucidum Prospectivae Speculum, Das Ist Ein Heller Spiegel Der Perspective

      Augsberg: Heirs of Jeremiah Wolff, 1727. [4], 32pp, ninety-five engraved plates. Full modern pigskin, raised bands, spine in six panels, title in blind to second panel, slightly bevelled boards, all edges red. Some minor discolouring to covers, slightly rubbed. Internally one or two very minor spots, but generally bright and clean. Complete with one hundred and five figures on ninety-five plates, including an engraved frontispiece (bound after the text with the plates) and seventeen folding. An uncommon work, . First Edition. Full Pigskin. Very Good. Illus. by Nessenthaler, G.D.. Folio.

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        Praktische Diplomatik. Göttingen, Vandenhoeck u. Ruprecht, 1799. 8°. 6 Bll., 259 S., mit 11 (10 gef.) Kupfertafeln u. 5 (gef.) Tabellen, Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch.

      - J. C. Gatterer (1727-1799), war Professor für Geschichte in Göttingen. Er gründete 1764 die "Historische Akademie" (seit 1766 "Historisches Institut"), die sich vornehmlich der Edition mittelalterlicher Geschichtsquellen widmete. "Gatterer etablierte die historischen Hilfswissenschaften, vor allem Genealogie und Diplomatik, an den deutschen Universitäten und verfaßte zahlreiche grundlegende Werke?.- Tls. etw. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw.berieben, Rücken mit hs. Bibliothekssignatur.

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        A Treatise of Military Discipline; In Which Is Laid Down and Explained the Duty of the Officer and Soldier, Thro' the Several Branches of the Service

      London: Printed for Sam. Buckley, 1727. Second Edition. Leather Leather. Very Good. Second edition (published the same year as the first). [31], 364 pages, with seven large folding plates. Octavo. Perhaps the most popular military manual for British officers during the middle of the 18th century. It went through eleven editions between 1727 and 1762. George Washington is known to have recommended Bland to other officers (see letter of George Washington to Colonel William Woodford, November 10, 1775). 'By reading Bland, a colonial officer could gain a good introduction to the mechanics of soldiering as practiced in Western Europe in the first half of the 18th century. The treatise covers a variety of useful topics: infantry drill, firing, the formation of the battalion, defense of infantry against cavalry, rules for marching near the enemy [...etc.] Some orders require as many as 43 separate motions to execute; the order to prime and load a musket specifies 21 motions. There is little wonder that drill was at the heart of 17th- and 18th-century training.'—Armstrong Starkey, European and Native American Warfare, 1675-1815. ESTC 6389107. Contemporary paneled calf rebacked with a new spine of tan morocco with a red spine label titled in gilt. Minor wear to the corners, endpapers renewed, but a solid, attractive copy.

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        Eydgenössisches Stadt- und Land-Recht, Darinn der XIII. und Zugewandten Lobl. Stadt und Orten Der Eydgenossschaft Stadt- und Lad-Gesetzte vorgestellet und mit Anmerckungen erläutert werden.

      getruckt bey Heidegger und Rahn (1. Teil), bey Heidegger und Compag. (2.-4. Teil),, Zürich, 1727 - 4 Teile in 4 Bänden cplt. Zürich, getruckt bey Heidegger und Rahn (1. Teil), bey Heidegger und Compag. (2.-4. Teil), 1727-1746. 20,5x17,5 cm. Gestoch. Frontispiz, 3 Bl., 693 S., 14 n.n. S. Register; 1 w. Bl., 2 Bl., 874 S., 13 n.n. S. Register; 1 Bl., 782 S., 12 n.n. S. Register; 1 Bl., 628 S., 7 n.n. S. Register. Pergamentbände der Zeit. Haller VI, 1899. - Das Werk ist laut Haller die erste allgemeine Darstellung der Gesetze der Schweiz und "hält mehr als sie verspricht".(Haller) - 1. Titelblatt in Rot/Schwarz. - Stempel auf Vorsätzen. Nur vereinzelt leicht fleckig oder gebräunt. Band 1 ab S. 660 mit einem kleinen Wasserrand im der oberen Ecke. - Insgesamt ein schönes, breitrandiges Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Theatrum historicum praetensionum et controversiar illustrum, Oder Historischer Schauplatz der Ansprüche und Streitigkeiten Hoher Potentaten und anderer regierenden Herrschafften in Europa, Worinnen dargestellet wird Der Ursprung, die Gründe, Gegen-Antworten, und der ietzige Zustand der meisten und wichtigsten Praetensionen, welche die in Europa regierenden Potentaten und Herrschafften gegen einander theils annoch haben, theils aber nach geschlossenem Westphälischen und letzten Friedens-Schlusse unter einander abgethan und beygeleget; Aus Historicis, Actis Publicis, Deductionibus und andern Scribenten ans Licht gestellet, anietzo aber suppliret und continuiret von Adam Friedrich Glafey

      Leipzig, Weidmann 1727. 34 cm. 2 Bände in 1; (44), 908; (2), 668 (irrig 672), (40, letzte 2 weiß) Seiten mit 2 Titelvignetten, zahlreichen gestochenen Textvignetten und 1 doppelblattgroßen Stammtafel, Titel rot und Sschwarz. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel - ADB 33, 324 - Stolleis I, 265 (Ausg. 1712) - Zweite von Glafey wesentlich erweiterte Ausgabe des geschätzten Sammelwerkes über Territorialstreitigkeiten vorwiegend deutscher Kleinstaaten. Rücken und Ecken restauriert, stellenweise leicht gebräunt bzw. vereinzelt Braunflecken -

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        Vegetable Staticks; or, an account of some Statical Experiments on the Sap in Vegetables / Statical Essays: containing haemastaticks; or, an Account of some Hydraulick and Hydrostatical Experiments made on the Blood and Blood-Vessels of Animals

      London: for W. Innys and R. Manby, and T. Woodward, 1727 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. I: Vegetable Staticks; or, an account of some Statical Experiments on the Sap in Vegetables. Also . . . an Attempt to analyse the Air, by a great Variety of Chymio-Statical Experiments... - II: Statical Essays: containing haemastaticks; or, an Account of some Hydraulick and Hydrostatical Experiments made on the Blood and Blood-Vessels of Animals.; Also an Account of some Experiments on Stones in the Kidneys and Bladder. London: for W. Innys and R. Manby, and T. Woodward. 1727, (7) vii (2) 376 pp., 19 engraved plates by S. Gribelin (Vol. I); 1733, xxii, (26), 361, (23) pp. (Vol. II). First editions, 8vo (20x14cm). Contemporary ink signature on title, endpapers a little browned and spotted, bookplate on front pastedown, contemp. panelled calf, rebacked with red morocco label, a little worming (Vol. I). Vol. II with the leaf before the title announcing the Royal Society&#39;s authorisation of publication, contemp. panelled calf, the backstrip with red morocco label and gilt lettering. ---- <br><br> Dibner 26; Garrison-Morton 765 (Haemastaticks); Horblit 45a and 45b; Grolier Medicine 41; Heirs of Hippocrates 784; Henrey 777-78; NLM/Blake, p.194; Osler 1081; Waller 11527; Wellcome III, p.194; Norman 970; PMM 189 (1731-3 edition) - FIRST EDITION. Hales applied his training in biology and mathematics (including physics) to make important scientific investigations presented in these separately published volumes. The first volume, Vegetable staticks, Hales describes his investigations of plant physiology, including the movement of water in plants and determining the three factors of water movement: root suction, root pressure and leaf suction. He also established that plants lose water continuously during transpiration through leaves. His quantitative measurements of these phenomena enabled him to show the rate of transpiration varied with temperature. Hales established that plants do not have true circulation system, and developed techniques of measuring the varying growth rates in different plant structures. -- The second volume, or Haemastaticks, &#39;contains the studies on blood pressure which make Hales one of the founders of modern experimental physiology. The application of the principle of the pressure-gauge or manometer enabled him to measure blood pressure during the contraction of the heart. He computed the circulation rate and estimated the velocity of the blood in the veins, arteries and capillary vessels and by showing that the capillary vessels are liable to constriction and dilation he made an important contribution both to the study of physiology and the practice of the physician of today ... Hales&#39;s work marked the greatest advance in the physiology of the circulation between Harvey and the introduction of the mercury manometer and other instruments for the measurement of blood pressure by J.L.M. Poiseuille in 1828&#39; (PMM)..

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        Decisiones sacramentales, theologicae, canonicae et legales : in quibus tota materia sacramentorum, theologiae moralis, iuris canonici et quaestiones plurimae iuris civilis explicantur, dilucidantur et traduntur, eruditionibus, historiis et exemplis adornatae / auctore Joanne Clericato Praeposito Patavino Juris Utriusque Doctore., opus . in libris novem distinctum. 9 Teile in 6 Bänden.

      Venetiis : Poleti, 1720-1727 - 9 Teile in 6 Bänden. 4°. Titel jeweils in rot und schwarz mit Holzschnittsignet. 1 Portraitkupfer. Pergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückenschild. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Napoli illustrata liber unicus cum adnotationibus Mutii fratris

      Neap., 1727. In 8vo; cc.6n.nn.,pp.452. Pergamena coeva, titolo calligrafato al dorso. Una cerniera lacera. Giustiniani, pag.125; Minieri Riccio, Scrittori, pag.334; Soria, pag.560.

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      - TRIPLICE INDISSOLUBLE EL MUY ALTO, Y PODEROSO SEÑOR DIGNISSIMO REY de Portugal, la Serenissima SEÑORA D. MARIANNA VICTORIA CON EL SERENISSIMO SIEMPRE MAXIMO SEÑOR. DON JOSEPH PRINCIPE DEL BRASIL, Y LA SERENISsima Princesa Nuestra Señora DOÑA MARIA BARBARA GLORIA DE PORTUGAL, HONOR DEL Austria, con el Serenissimo Señor Principe de Asturias, DON FERNANDO. CANTE EUROPA, COMPITIENDOLE PROFUNDOS GOZOS A LA REAL Casa de Castilla; sea índice de tanta universal alegria la que al glorioso nombre del Serenissimo PRINCIPE DEL BRASIL CONSAGRA UN INGENIO ANDALUZ. LISBOA OCCIDENTAL, EN LA PATRIARCAL IMPRESSION DE LA MUSICA, M. DCC. XXVII. [1727]. In-4º de 21X15,5 CM. Com [lxxx], 267 pags. Encadernação da época inteira de pele. Exemplar com margens generosas e papel muito sonante, assinatura de posse na folha de rosto. Obra de grande erudição e poesia, dedicada aos casamentos reais e à época pacífica que se atravessava então na Península Ibérica. Palau 1990, V 265. Location/localizacao: 7-A2-B-18

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        The Practical Kitchen Gardiner: or a new and entire system of directions for his employment in the Melonry, Kitchen-Garden, and Potagery

      London: Tho. Woodward, 1727. in the several Seasons of the year, being chiefly the Observations of a Person train&#146;d up in the Neat-Houses or Kitchen-Gardens about which is added by way of supplement the Method of Raising Cucumbers and Melons, Mushrooms, Borecole, Broccoli, Potatoes, and other curious and useful Plants, as practiced in France, Italy, Holland and Ireland.. London 1727. xx, 424 pages, index with 3 fold out plates. Decorative contemporary calf. Slight loss or top 1/8 inch of spine. Else very good.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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      Tip. Regiae Capellae., Matriti. 1727 - +17h. 32p. 12p. 28p. 38p. 15 obras en 1 vol. Sermón de los siete dolores de la Virgen María, de Juan Ignacio de Castroverde; Oración fúnebre que en las solemnes exequias al rey nuestro señor don Carlos II , de Miguel de Lima. Enc. Pergamino. CONTRA REEMBOLSO, +5.00&#128; LIBRO EN ESPANOL

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        A Complete Body of Husbandry; collected from the Practice and Experience of the most considerable Farmers in Britain. Particularly setting forth the various Ways of Improving Land, by Hollow Ditching, Dreining, Double Plowing, Grafing, Enclosing, Watering and Manureing. With Particular Directions for the Fertilising of Broom-Ground, Heath-Ground, Furze, Bushey, and Chilturn-Ground: Also the Method of Improvement, by affortting proper Plants to Lands, and of shifting Crops. To which is added Several Particulars relating to the Preservation of the Game; and stated Accounts of the Expence and Profits of Arable, Pasture, Meadow and Wood Lands

      Four folding engraved plates. Title printed in red & black. 2 p.l., xi, 372 pp., 2 leaves of ads. 8vo, cont. panelled calf (minor rubbing). London: J. Woodman & D. Lyon, 1727. First edition and a lovely copy. Bradley (1688-1732), first professor of botany at Cambridge, was one of the earliest British writers to treat agriculture as a science. His writings were prolific, including about twenty volumes dealing with agriculture. This book is one of his most important. "Cost of production was beginning to interest farmers more then it had done. For a hundred years the business had been steadily becoming more commercial. Instead of being rich because he grew a lot to eat, a man was beginning to find that he was only rich if he grew a lot to sell, and naturally he wanted to sell at a profit. To do that he must know what it cost him to grow the produce...and so writers began to insert costings in their books and Bradley was one of the earliest to do this. The Complete Body contains numerous costs, but I suspect they were of common knowledge rather than anything more immediately collected and closely scrutinized, yet they must have been accurate enough by the author&#39;s readers as not unreasonable."-Fussell, I, pp. 111-12. Fine crisp copy. &#10087; D.S.B., II, p. 390. .

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        Observationes Medico-practicae, De Affectibus Capitis Internis & Externis : Nunc Demum Publici Juris Redditae Studio & Opera Nepotum, Bernhardini Wepferi, Et Georgii Mich. Wepferi

      Scaphusii : John. Adami Ziegleri, 1727. Hardcover. Very Good. Very good+. Large 8vo. 1 p., [26] 984 [40] p. : plate. ; 22 cm. First Edition. Bound in contemporary leather. Tight binding and good cover. Ornate gilt design on spine. 5 raised bands. 6 compartments. Minimal wear to extremities. Splitting starting on head of spine. Chipping and loss to head of spine. Name in pen of Alan Hughes on FEP. Latin. Clean, unmarked pages with minimal toning. Please feel free to view our photographs. Wepfer is remembered for his work involving vascular anatomy of the brain, and the study of cerebrovascular disease. He was the first physician to hypothesize that the effects of a stroke were caused by bleeding in the brain. He also mentioned that these symptoms could be caused by a blockage of one of the main arteries that supply blood to the brain. From postmortem studies, he provided information on the carotid and vertebral arteries that supply the brain with blood. in 1658 he published a classic treatise on strokes, titled Historiae apoplecticorum. Wepfer made important contributions in the fields of experimental pharmacology and toxicology. He conducted experiments on the toxicity of water hemlock, hellebore, monkshood, and warned against the usage of arsenic, antimony, and mercury in medicine. In the fields of pharmacology/toxicology he published an influential work on water and poison hemlock called Cicutae aquaticae historia et noxae (1679)

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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&#39;s Vineyard, in New-England. Viz. I. Of Godly Ministers. II. Of other Good Men. III. Of Religious Women. IV. Of Pious young Persons. To which is added, Some Account of those ENGLISH MINISTERS who have successfully 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, and sold by J. Osborn and T. Longman in Pater-noster-Row.. 1727.. 8vo: A^4 B - X^8 Y^4, 2A^8. 1st edition (Field 1045; Howes M-452; Landis 727/158; Sabin 47124). xxiv, 310, [2], 16 pp. Prince&#39;s account [pp 277 - 310] with a separate dated t.p., though pagination & registration continuous. 2 publisher sale lists comprise last 18 pages.. Period full brown leather binding.. Boards detached. Spine leather chipping. Paper toned, with some. staining throughout. Prior owner signature ["Davis Smith"] to front. paste-down. Ffep lacks upper corner. Title leaf with some minor. edge rash. A Good copy.. Experience Mayhew was the fourth generation of Mayhews who preached to the Indians of MarthaÕs Vineyard, his great-grandfather being Thomas Mayhew, to whom Sir Ferdinando Gorges granted the patent in 1641, along with Nantucket and the Elizabeth Islands. At the time of writing there were upwards of three thousand Òpraying IndiansÓ on the Vineyard and Nantucket. Field&#39;s comments on this work are interesting enough that we quote, in-full, his remarks: "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. The humane labors of this noble missionary contrast so strikingly with the bloody massacre of the Cheyennes in 1863, by the forces under the Rev. Colonel Chivington at Sand Creek, that we cannot but wonder if their religion was the same. We are reminded, however, that Mr. MayhewÕs own sect instigated wars between the tribes of New England, in order to weaken their forces, slaughtered the entire adult members of some tribes, and sold their children into slavery in the West Indies." Key title documenting the early history of religious interaction between the Native Americans & the English ministry. Uncommon in the trade, last coming to auction in 1999, when then it fetched $3000.

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        Systema apokatastaseos (graece), das ist: Ein vollständiger Lehr-Begriff des Ewigen Evangelii von der Wiederbringung aller Dinge, samt der ungegründeten gegenseitigen Lehre von der unendlichen Verdammniß

      O. O. und Dr., 1727.. 48, 834 S., 20 Bll. - Angebunden: Supplementa, d. i. Gründliche Rettung und Vertheidigung seines Vollständigen Lehr-Begriffs von der Wiederbringung aller Dinge, in welchen zugleich die Feinde dieser gesegneten Lehre gebührend abgefertiget werden. 1728. 32, 88 S. Prgt. d. Zt. 21,5 x 18 cm. Erste Ausgabe. - Jöcher-A. II, 1418. ADB VIII, 774: "Das Buch wurde in Mecklenburg confiscirt, der Autor vor das Rostocker Consistorium citirt, eine Fluth von Controversschriften erschien." &#150; Ausführliche Apologie der Lehre von der Apokatastase durch den Schwärmer und theologisch vielfach angefeindeten Ludwig Gerhard (gest. 1738) aus Mecklenburg. - Einband altersfleckig.

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        Compendio delle vite de' Santi orefici ed argentieri... -

      Roma, Bernabò, 1727.In-4. Legatura coeva in pergamena rigida, titolo calligrafato sul dorso. Con un'antiporta allegorica, una vignetta sul frontespizio, e 15 tavv. f.t. finemente inc. in rame da Carlo Gregori (1719-59) con episodi delle vite dei santi (alcune li mostrano mentre apprendono l?arte dell?oreficeria). (8), 102, (6) pp.; fioriture sparse al testo, ma tavole fresche e ben conservate. Edizione originale di quest?opera non comune scritta da un orefice. Schlosser 510.

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        Lehrzeugnis für Christian Jürgensen, aus Broager (bei Sonderburg, Dänemark) gebürtig. Handschrift auf Pergament. Unten links eigenhändiger Unterschrift des Ausstellers

      Glücksburg, 6. Januar 1727. 45 x 57 cm. 1 Seiten mit kalligraphisch hervorgehobenen Anfangszeilen, Wappen (7 x 5 cm) und Bordüre, grün und rot koloriert; im unteren Viertel durchgezogenes Band mit Lacksiegel-Fragmenten, gefaltet - Carl Gottfried Jüngel, "hochfürstlig und Koch auf der Residentz Glücksburg" bestätigt, daß "Vorzeiger dieses Christian Jürgensen aus Broacker (Broager) gebürtig und in der hiesigen hochfürstlich Küch der löblichen Kochkunst, bey mir seyne drey Lehrjahre als von dem 6. Januari Anno 1724 bis den 6. Januari Anno 1727 ... sich auch in währender Zeit fromm, fleißig und gut in Verhalten ... wollen gedachten Christian Jürgensen wegen ... seines Wohlverhaltens alle Gnade, Gunst und ersprießliche Promotion weisen und dieses wahrhaftige Zeugnis ihm fruchtbarlich genießen lassen ..." Im Rand rechts Kolorierung der Bordüre verwischt -

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        A state of the national debt, as it stood December the 24th, 1716 : With the payments made towards the discharge of it out of the sinking fund, &c. compared with the debt at Michaelmas, 1725

      London : printed for R. Francklin, under Tom&#39;s Coffee-House, Covent Garden, 1727. 1st Edition. Physical desc.: [4],83,[29]p. Notes: Anonymous. By William Pulteney. With a half-title and an appendix. With press-figures. Signatures: [A]² B-L4 M² 2A-2C4 2D². Subject: Debts, Public - Great Britain - Early works to 1800. Referenced by: Goldsmiths&#39;, 6553: Hanson, 3736: English Short Title Catalog, T85822. Finely bound in later (mid 20th century) aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request.

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        Etwas Nagel-Funckel-Neues Auß dem Stuttgartischen Journal, Und Controversisten-Spital, Dessen Bresthafftem Censori Uber Politicam Catholicam Timothei Caesarini Basilij, Theol. quondam Lect. Verbique Praeconis, (Von denen Vortheilen Grosser Herrn und Potentaten auß dem Catholischen Glauben, etc.) Die Pulß gefühlet, und etliche heylsame Artzney-Mittel verschrieben werden, durch Irenaeum Hygiophilum, des Prytaneî zu Bethesda Physicum Extraordinarium: Timothei Cæsarini Basilij rechten Vatters Ehleiblichen Sohns Bruder. J. D. K. Es wird auch ... erwiesen: Daß denen Männern keine Herrschaft über ihre Weiber gebühre

      Augsburg, Wolff 1727. 16 cm. (7 Blatt = doppelblattgroßer Titel und 6 Blatt Vorrede), 400 Seiten mit doppelblattgroßem Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Lederband der Zeit - Hayn / Gotendorf III, 361f - Weller, Pseud. 264 - Seebaß-Edelmann NF 542 - Seltenes und kurioses Werk des offenbar noch nicht entdeckten Verfassers unter dem Pseudonym "Irenaeus Hygiophilus", der lt. Approbation ein "clarissimus author" gewesen sein muß. Das Buch wendet sich gegen die antikatholische "Politica catholica" von Johann Daniel Kuttge (pseud.: Timotheus Cäsarinus Basilius) und beweist große Belesenheit und polemische Gewandtheit des Verfassers. Rücken und Ecken restauriert, am Bund Feuchtigkeitsrand, vereinzelt Stockflecken -

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        The English Works Of Sir Henry Spelman Kt Published in his Life-Time; Together with his Posthumous Works, Relating to the Laws and Antiquities of England; And the Life of the Author, etc.. To which are Added, Two more Treatises of Sir Henry Spelman, never before Printed: One, Of The Admiral Jurisdiction, and the Officers thereof: The Other, On Ancient Deed and Charters

      London: D. Browne, 1727. Second edition. leather_bound. Contemporary full paneled calf covers decorated in blind. Very good./No Dust Jacket. Folio, 34 x 20 cm. Engraved frontispiece, fold-out biographical table. Life of the Spelman by Bishop Edmund Gibson. The author, an avowed Royalist and eminent antiquarian had a long and illustrious career; philology, church doctrine, law as well as antiquarian writings were in his purview. He was knighted by King James. BRUNET Vol.V, p.485. Occasional foxing, corners worn, extremities scuffed, joints stressed but firm.

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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&#39;d Entire from an Original MS. In the Cotton Library

      London: Woodman, Lyon and C. Davis. Full Leather. 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. . Good. 1727.

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        Works of John Locke

      London: for Arthur Bettesworth. 3rd Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Third edition of Locke&#39;s collected works, including such canonical writings as the Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Two Treatises of Government, Some Thoughts Concerning Education, and his Letters Concerning Toleration. London: for Arthur Bettesworth, 1727. Folio, contemporary full speckled calf rebacked with original spines laid down, volume three with new leather label. Three volumes. Some light dampstains to early leaves in volume I, generally text very clean. A beautiful set.

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        Forordninger 1727.

      78 enkelttryk i varierende format (foldede folioark samt hovedsagelig 4°). København o.a. trykkesteder 1727. Med træskårne vignetter på titelbladene. Lidt senere marmoreret hellæderbind med rygforgyldning.. Samling af Frederik IV's forordninger for året 1727 i de sjældne førstetryk, i alt 78 forordninger, plakater, åbne breve og officielle kundgørelser. Årets forordninger vedrører stort og småt i hele riget: Danmark, Norge samt i den fælles forvaltning af Holsten med den gottorpske hertug (der nu ikke længere residerede på slottet ved Slesvig, der sammen med de gottorpske dele af Slesvig var inkorporeret i de kongelige dele i 1721). ** Blandt årets forordninger er Forordning af 9. juli om "De Courante Ducater eker Toe Rixdaler Stykkers Nedsættelse sampt nogle af de reducerede Toe Skilling Stykkers Opsættelse til deres forrige og virkelige havende Gehalt og Værdie". Man ihukommer den gamle talemåde om at spare på skillingen og lade daleren rulle

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        A complete account of the ceremonies observed in the coronations of the kings and queens of England. Containing, I.The form of the royal letters of summons, ... XIII. A bill of fare at a former coronation -feast. With many other notable particulars, ... The whole adorn&#146;d with curious cuts,

      London: Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane; J. Stagg, in Westminster Hall; and D. Browne, without Temple-Bar. 1727. [Price 2s 6d], 1727. Quarter-bound Leather. Very Good+. Fourth Edition (a reissue, with altered title page, of sheets from the third edition). 4to; 80pp, with a magnificent folding copper-engraved frontispiece, "Procession of Kings and Queens with over 150 robed figures," measuring a full 44 cm x 35 cm; a second folding engraving, "The Manner of the Champions, performing the Ceremony of ye Challenge," measuring 17 cm x 19 cm; and 12 woodcuts in the text depicting various ceremonial objects, including crowns, maces, scepters, and coronation rings. Bound in early (possibly contemporary) quarter sheep with marbled boards, rubbed along the spine and corners, the red morocco lettering piece chipped but clearly legible; all edges marbled. Provenance: bookplate of Buddle Atkinson to the front paste down. A sturdy, unsophisticated copy with boards firmly attached; frontispiece plate slightly foxed along the folds with several short edge tears, but otherwise clean and bright in a fine impression; sporadic light soiling and browning throughout. Full of fascinating information relating to the etiquette and procedure of royal ceremonies. ESTC Citation No. T116211. Rare. Buddle Atkinson&#39;s bookplate appears in Hugo&#39;s Catalogue of Thomas Bewick&#39;s works, but it is, in fact, engraved on steel, not wood, and came from the workshop of Mark Lambert, one of Bewick&#39;s pupils. The plate was designed and engraved by George F. Robinson, who joined Lambert&#39;s workshop in 1841 and who, in the course of 50 years, became chief engraver and director of all art works carried out by the firm. The plate was produced when Atkinson (b.1841) was a young child, perhaps for putting in books that had been owned by his father, John Buddle, so it likely dates from 1845-1850.

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        De Legibus Hebraeorum Ritualibus et Earum Rationibus, Libri Quatuor

      Canterbury - C. Crownfield, E. Jeffrey and W. Thurlbourn, 1727 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First edition. A two volume revised edition of De Legibus Hebraeorum by John Spencer, edited by Leonard Chappelow. A good wide margined clean copy needing a little remedial work now to the original high quality binding. Bound in leather with gilt lettering and blindstamped decoration. Two volumes, complete. John Spencer, 1630 1693 , was an English clergyman and scholar, Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. An erudite theologian and Hebraist, he is now remembered as the author of De Legibus Hebraeorum, a pioneer work of comparative religion, advancing the controversial thesis that Judaism was not the earliest of mankinds religions. He was educated at the Kings School, Canterbury, and Corpus Christi, Cambridge. He graduated B. A. in 1648, M. A. in 1652, B. D. in 1659, and D. D. in 1665. He was chosen a fellow of his college about 1655. After taking holy orders he became a university preacher. In 1667 he was unanimously elected master of Corpus Christi College, a post he held for twenty-six years. He was admitted, on the presentation of the king, to the archdeaconry of Sudbury in the church of Norwich in 1677; and was instituted to the deanery of Ely in 1677. Benefaction and writing characterized the last decade of Spencer&#39;s life. In 16835 he issued at Cambridge the first edition of his great work De legibus Hebraeorum ritualibus et earum rationibus, comprising three books on the ritual laws of the Hebrews, and the reasons for them. In this work Spencer derived nearly all his data from classical writers of Greece and Rome, from the Christian Fathers, the works of Josephus, or from the Bible itself. (DNB)Leonard Chappelow, 1683 1768, was an English clergyman and orientalist. He was Sir Thomas Adams&#39;s Professor of Arabic at the University of Cambridge, from 1720, for life, and also Lord Almoner&#39;s Professorship of Arabic. Chappelow matriculated as a sizar at St John&#39;s College, Cambridge in 1709. After graduating M. A. in 1716, he was a Fellow from 1717 to 1731. Chappelow was ordained in 1716. His first publication, in 1727, was a new edition of John Spencer&#39;s De legibus Hebraeorum ritualibus, which he annotated and supplied with an index. (DNB)Condition: The binding is generally tight and firm. The boards are held by the cords only, and could possibly detach during transit, even after careful packaging. There is wear to the extremities including bumping and rubbing, with slight loss to the leather. Internally the pages have very slight browning to the page edges, with the occasional spot, most prominent to the first and last few pages. Thereare nameplatesand institutional ink stampson the front pastedowns, and ink inscriptions on the front pastedown of volume 1. There is an ink signature on the title page of volume 1 and the half title of volume 2. Overall the condition is very good..

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        Progymnasmata. The Inn-Play: or, Cornish-Hugg Wrestler. Digested in a Method which teacheth to break all Holds, and throw most Falls Mathematically ... The Third Edition Corrected, with large Additions

      London: Printed for Tho. Weekes ... and sold by Humph. Wainwright, 1727. Small 4to. (7 3/4 x 5 7/8 inches). Headpieces, woodcut engravings. 8, xviii, 9-64, [12] pp. Contemporary manuscript corrections and annotations. Early 19th century diced russia, gilt arms on both covers, spine with raised bands in six compartments, black morocco lettering piece in the second compartment, the others with a repeat decoration in gilt, marbled endpapers. A noted early English work on wrestling and fencing: this copy from the library of noted sportsman the second Earl of Malmesbury. "The book was one of the earliest practical manuals on fencing and wrestling, and stemmed from Parkyns&#39;s noting down every lesson that his instructor, Mr Cornish, had given him at Gray&#39;s Inn . . . the most notable aspect of his work was the way in which he fused very practical advice with ponderous scientific terminology" (ODNB).

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        Consiliorum medicorum liber unicus. Ex Bibliotheca Jo. Jacobi Strasskirchneri.

      Frankfurt und Leipzig, C. C. Immig, 1727. - Gestochene Titelvignette, 3 gefaltete Tabellen, (3 Bl.), 466 (recte 464) S., (5 Bl.) 4°. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel Laehr, Die Literatur der Psychiatrie, Neurologie und Psychologie II, 217-219; Blake 68; vgl. Hirsch/H. I, 738 (zum Verfasser); nicht bei Kreuter, Wellcome, Waller und Osler. - Außerordentlich seltenes Werk, von dem wir einzeln seit 1950 nur ein Exemplar im Handel nachweisen konnten. Das bereits 1617 posthum erschienene Werk wurde offenbar nur in kleinster Auflage publiziert und ist wegen seiner umfangreichen Kapitel über Melancholie und Epilepsie interessant. Nicht in den großen Medizinsammlungen und mit Ausnahme von Laehr auch der Fachgeschichtsschreibung weitgehend unbekannt, daher konnten wir zur Rezeptionsgeschichte nichts weiteres ermitteln. Das Todesjahr des Verfassers gibt Dunckel - abweichend von Hirsch/H. und Jöcher - in Band I seiner "Historisch-kritischen Nachrichten von verstorbenen Gelehrten" mit 1610 statt 1604 an. - Brunner, 1540 in Halle geboren, studierte in Erfurt, war kurze Zeit Professor in Leipzig, unternahm dann längere Reisen durch Spanien, Frankreich, England, Belgien und die Schweiz, war Famulus bei Crato von Krafftheim (dessen Gesamtausgabe wir anbieten), dann angesehener Arzt in seiner Heimat, zuletzt Leibarzt der Anhaltinischen Fürsten. Schmieder in seiner Geschichte der Alchemie (S. 320/321) und Jöcher im Allgemeinen Gelehrten-Lexicon I, 1426 heben das Interesse des Verfassers an der Alchemie hervor, der den Stein der Weisen gesucht habe, 20 Jahre chemische Versuche dazu in seinem Laboratorium in Halle unternahm und 16000 Gulden dafür aufgewendet hatte. "Unter dem lateinischen Namen und mit einem fingierten Vornamen, wurden nach seinem Tode einige Aufsätze von ihm gedruckt, unter dem Titel: Johannis de Fontina, Vier nützliche chymische Tractat, Halle 1612" (Schmieder). - Ungewöhnlich schönes, nahezu fleckfreies Exemplar.

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        Scelta di Sonetti, e Canzoni. De più eccellenti Rimatori d&#39;ogni Secolo (parte 1-3). Rime d&#39;alcuni Illustri Autori Viventi (parte 4-5)

      Venezia, Baseggio (1727).. 3a. ed. con nuova aggiunta. 4 Tle. in 5 Bdn. 613 S.(Bde. 1 u. 2); 504; 359; 670 S. (Bd. 3-5). Pgmt. d. Zt. Titelbll. fachm. hinterlegt, jedoch mit Textverlust. Einbde. etw. fleckig, Gelenke gelockert. 1- contiene i Rimatori antichi del 1400, e del 1500 fino al 1550; 2- contiene i restanti Rimatori fino al 1550; 3- contiene i Rimatore dal 1550 fino al 1600 e del 1600; 4 e 5: autori viventi. - Gedichtanthologie enthaltend die wichtigsten "Reimemacher" (Rimatori) von Dantes Zeit bis zu Beginn des 18.Jhdts.: Fabbruzzo da Perugia, Guido Cavalcanti, Cecco Nuccoli, Cione Baglioni, Dante Aliguieri, Sennuccio Delbene, Francesco Pettrarca, Giustina Levi Perotti, Giusto de&#39; Conti, Niccolo Tinucci, Lorenzo Medici, Giovanni Pico, Giovanni Bruno, Jacopo Sannazaro, Pietro Bembo, Veronica Gambara, Ippolito de&#39; Medici, Bernardo Tasso, Giovambattista Giraldi, Michelagnolo Buonarrotti, Torquato Tasso, Giovambattista Marini, Giovan Antonio Volpi, Lorenzo Zanotti, Antonio Bertani, Emiliano Emiliani, u.v.a.

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      Bononiae. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1727- 1750. Hardcover. THEOLOGY; 18th Century; tall 8vo 9" - 10" t; 7000 pages; Catholic Church. Vincenzo Lodovico Gotti. 2 Titles in full vellum with gilt impressed titles (17 Vols). ++ Theologia Scholastico-Dogmatica Juxta Mentem D. Thomae Aquinatis As Usum Discipulorum Ejusdem Angelici Praeceptoris. Bononiae: Ex Typographia Sancti Thomae Aquinatis, [Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225? -1274 ], 1727-1735. 4to. Adapted by Vincent Louis Gotti who was one of the foremost minds of his time acclaimed by several Popes {Popes Clement XI and XII, and Benedict XIII and XIV}, and other intellectuals as well. Book 1-16, from St Thomas Aquinas, 1727-1735- Gotti&#39;s most importatn work. "It filled eight volumes and was divided into sixteen parts: the first part comprises the prolegomena and loci theologici, and all the rest follow the order of the "Summa" of St. Thomas, except the last part, which deals with the state of the soul after death, the end of the world, general judgment, etc. " [Catholic Encyclopedia"]. Title page to v.1 printed in red and black, with woodcut device. Woodcut head- and tail-pieces, initials. Includes indexes. 16 Vols. ++ Vera Ecclesia Christi Signis Ac Dogmatibus Demonstrata Contra Jacobi Picenini apologiam pro reformatoribus, & religione reformata, atque ejus religionis triumphum. Bononiae: Hieronymum Corciolani & H. H. Colli Ex Typographia S. Thomae Aquinatis, 1750. 4to. Incomplete copy (Vol. 2, Pt. 2 only). Full vellum boards with gilt lettering on spine. Boards moderately warped as usual and spines show some worm damage. St. Anselm&#39;s stamp on front pastedown, call number in pencil or pen on ffep and withdrawal note in pen on title pages or following page. Light foxing. Condition of 16 volume set- two large stains top and bottom of title leaf and leaves from attempted ink removal of [probable writing in Thomas Aquinas volumes], "PRIVATAE BIBLIOTHECAS MAGISTRI CARMELITAS LECTORIS IN ROMANO SAVIENTIAE ARCHIGYMNADIO [sp? ], P M BARTHOLOMAGUS DE VALLE" from the back of the title page. Oval ink mark on title pages. Gotti was a Cardinal and Catholic theologian who wrote commentaries on Thomas Aquinas as well as polemics against Lutherans and Calvinism. Ex-library copies (St. Anselm&#39;s Abbey, Washington, D. C. ). Wordcat locates three later copies of Scolastico-Dogmatica... A few addtional graphics are also available. .

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        FABLES By Mr. GAY

      London: Printed for J. Tonson and J. Watts 1st edition, 1727. Hardcover. Good. Titlepage in facsimile, 51 copperplate vignettes (complete) illustrating the 50 Febles after designs by John Wootton and William Kent, engraved by P. Fourdrinier, G. Van der Gucht and others. Quarto new half green cloth, spine title gilt, new & older endpapers. Titlepage (facsimile) +[xii]pp (Dedication, Table & Introduction) +173pp with the copperplates complete. Paper tanned throughout with some browner margins and sporadic light foxing. *This first edition was the only one to be published in quarto size (all later printimgs octavo or 12mo). The second volume was not published until 1738, after Mr. Gay&#39;s death (Lewine p206, Rothschild 925, Foxon p295). The modern binding of this copy is not sympathetic, but the book is priced to leave room for rebinding, to match a second volume if required.

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        Camera Ed Inscrizioni Sepulcrali De&#39; Liberti, Servi, ed Ufficiali della Casa di Augusto Scoperte nella Via Appia, ed illustrate Con le Annotazioni

      Roma: Giovanni Maria Salvioni, 1727. First edition. leather_bound. 19th century three quarter calf and marbled boards. Very good./No Dust Jacket. (8) 87 pages. 35 x 24 cm. Seven copper engraved plates, six are fold-outs, title page in red and black with engraved vignette. A study of funerary inscriptions of slaves, freedmen, and other officials in the household of the Roman Emperor Augustus excavated on the Appian Way, with plates engraved by Buonamici after Rossi. The author, a philosopher and scientist worked for the curia of three popes, including being camiere d&#39;honore of Clement XI, librarian to Cardinal Ottoboni (later Pope Alexander VIII). Extensive index. BRUNET, Vol.I, p.847. CICOGNARA 3617. OLSCHKI 16462. Armorial bookplate, some intermittent internal toning, binding tight and firm.

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        Histoire de Polybe, nouvellement traduite du grec par Dom Vincent Thuillier, ... avec un commentaire ou un corps de science militaire, enrichi de notes critiques et historiques, ... (6 VOLUMES - COMPLET)

      Paris: Chez Pierre Gandouin, Julien-Michel Gandouin, Pierre-Francois Giffart, Nicolas-Pierre Armand, 1727 1727 - 1730. Reliure plein cuir. Mors fendus mais les nerfs tiennent bien les pages des livres. Tranches rouges. Reliure d&#39;origine. Quelques rousseurs éparses, sinon les livres sont en très bonne condition et propres. Collation: lxxiv, lxxx, 279; xlii, 280-749; xlii, 434; xlviii, 482; xxxviii, 508; c, 558 pages. Frontispiece. 139 planches, plusieurs pliantes. PHOTOS DISPONIBLES SUR DEMANDE. First edition (1727-1730). Six octavo volumes. Collation: lxxiv, lxxx, 279; xlii, 280-749; xlii, 434; xlviii, 482; xxxviii, 508; c, 558 pages. Frontispiece. 139 plates, many folding. Contemporary full calf. Raised bands. Gilt-stamped designs to spine. All but one gilt-stamped title label missing. Minor foxing. Joints and hinges starting, but cords holding firm. Bookplates to front pastedowns of all volumes. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

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        Ongelukkige Voyagie van Michiel Heberer, Van Bretten: door verscheyde Gedeeltens van Asia en Africa, in het Jarr 1581, en vervolgens

      Leyden, Neth.: Pieter Vander Aa, 1727. Fine. Title continued: "Verhalende het gevangen nemen, mitsgaders de harde en Slaaffe Dienstbaarheyd des Schrijvers, onder het wreede Jok der Turken in Egypten, en hoe hy eyndelijk, na veele uytgestane ongemakken, in sijn vryheyd is hersteld. Als Mede een Beschrijving van verscheyde Eylande, Steeden, Zee-havens, Oudheeden van Eypten, Turkyen en het Heylige Land: ook de Gewoontens, Zeden en Straf-oeffeningen deser volkeren. Door den Reysiger selfs beschreeven. Met een volkoomen Register en Konst-Printen verrijkt." [72] p., engraved title page vignette, 1 leaf of a copper-plate engraved folded map: 4 in-text engravings; 36 cm. Signatures: A-I4 (4to). Modern grey and brown decorative paper over boards with a modern printed black-on-grey label on the front cover reproducing part of the title page as a smaller scale, within a double-ruled border. Text is in 130 numbered columns. Although there is no date of publication, this appears to be from the series of travel accounts printed by Pieter vander Aa in 1727, De Aanmerkenswaardigste en Alomberoemde See- en Land-Reizen. The author, Michael Heberer (1560-1623/33?), has been called der pfälzishe Robinson, or Robinson Crusoe of the Palatinate, because of his unlucky sea voyages recounted here. The engraved map shows Heberer&#39;s route around the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea. The other engravings depict a ship wreck, prisoners of the moors, the freeing of some prisoners in Alexandria, and the execution of others. Back cover of modern binding slightly soiled; otherwise in Fine Condition. Very 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

      Dublin: Printed for G. Risk, G. Ewing, and W. Smith, 1727., 1727. With engraved frontispiece portrait of Gulliver, 5 maps and 1 plate. Numerous cartouches as well as head and tail pieces and letter pieces. Small 8vo. (in fours); pp. (viii), 68; pp. (iv), 75; (iv), 79; (vi), 88. Bound in recent full panelled speckled calf black title label to spine with gilt lines and date. Fore edge to page 45 of Part I trimmed with minute loss. Age toning to pages. An unusual, lovely copy of this second Dublin imprint. Teerink 298, p. 205.

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        Nouveau Traite Des Instrumens De Chirurgie Les Plus Utiles, Et De Plusieurs Nouvelles Machines Propres Pour Les Maladies Des Os (In 2 Volumes)

      Paris: chez Guillaume Cavelier, 1727. Leather Bound. Very Good. Paris: Chez Guillaume Cavelier. 2 vol. [1] (xxx) [434] (table: 7) [1] plates: 35 / 2nd ed. (1727) ; [2] (4) [281] (2) plates: 30 / 1st ed. (1725) 12mo. Volume 1 is slightly larger (½ cm on each side.) Both volumes fully bound in contemporary brown sheepskin. Restorative lacquer applied to covers. Spines replaced with modern calf-skin. New fascia on spine of Tome 1. Original title plate and volume marker on Tome 2, new compartments. 5 raised bands. 6 compartments. Gilt embossed title stamps reading â&#128;&#156;Traite-Des Instru, Tom. I / Tom. II.â&#128;&#157; Compartments bordered in gilt and containing gilt decorative flourishes within. Restored gilt is bright and lustrous. Tight binding and solid boards. Minor shelf wear considering age. Slight bumping to corners. Evidence of chipping to board edges, professionally repaired. Minimal rubbing. Light scuffing to edges. Slightly speckled page ends. Tome 1 contains a page marking ribbon affixed to spine. Discoloration to outer edges of endpapers. Slight chipping to FFEP. Institutional library bookplate inside front board of each volume with a seal of the Library of the University of Pennsylvania, containing a call number and â&#128;&#156;The J. Stockton Hough Collectionâ&#128;&#157; on bottom center. Title page of each volume contains perforated institutional library stamp as well as ink stamp on lower portion. Otherwise, clean, unmarked pages with minimal discoloration. Illustrations are complete, copper-plate engraved, and depict various surgical instruments. Overall, an immaculately well-restored and well-preserved 2 volume set.<br><br>The full title of Nouveau Traite des Instrumens translates to â&#128;&#156;new deals with surgical instruments most useful, and several new machines for specific diseases of the bones; which examines their parts, their uses, and the proper way to use them.â&#128;&#157; Rene Jacques Croissant de Garengeot was a Parisian surgeon and medical writer. He is best known historically for the medical condition known as De Garengeots hernia, a rare subtype of an incarcerated femoral hernia. The eponym may be used to describe the incarceration of the vermiform appendix within a femoral hernia. This comprehensive collection of surgical instruments and instruction on their use is the famed surgeons greatest work of medical literature. First published in 1723, several amended reprints were published over the years, including the enlarged and expanded 2nd edition in 1727. This rare collection would make a fine addition to the library of any medical enthusiast. Please feel free to view our photographs of this exceptional piece. Ships daily.

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        Oeuvres diverses de Mr. Pierre Bayle, contenant tout ce que cet Auteur a publié pendant sa vie, en Philosophie, en Critique, en Histoire, en Littérature etc. excepté son Dictionnaire historique et critique

      Chez P. Husson, J. Swart, H. Scheurleer, J. Vand Duren, R. Alberts, C. Le Vier, 1727-1731.. Folios, 5 volumes. Contemporary full calf, raised bands. Marbled endpapers. In very good condition with some wear to the spine and joints. An attractive set of the author&#39;s magnum opus, a historical and critical dictionary

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