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2019-08-16 19:24:07
Manuscript; Wanton, Joseph
A Rhode Island Debt Claim from 1728 [Manuscript]. Wanton, Joseph [1705-1780]. [Autograph Legal Document, Signed, Bristol, Rhode Island, July 5, 1728]. Single 12-1/4" x 7-1/2" leaf, franked below signature, docketed on verso ("Joseph Wanton's Release"). Light browning, horizontal and vertical creases, wax seal at signature, some separation along fold lines. * This document certifies that Nathanial Southworth, Jr., has transferred land and money to Wanton to settle a debt. Wanton was a successful Newport, Rhode Island merchant who was involved with privateers during the French and Indian wars. He was also one of the original trustees of the school that eventually became Brown University. He served as Governor of Rhode Island from 1769-1775, but was removed from office for refusing to swear an oath of loyalty to the Continental Congress. He had frequent business dealings with the Southworth family, prominent residents of Middleborough, MA.
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-08-15 08:35:20
LANCISI, Giovanni Maria
Rome: Giovanni Maria Salvioni, 1728. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (347 x 230 mm). viii, 160, [2] pp. Engraved portrait frontispiece of the author by Jakob Frey after Sebastian Conca, title printed in red and black with engraved vignette by C. Gregori, engraved text illustration on p.123, errata leaf and 7 engraved plates of the heart and coronary system after N. Riccioli bound at end. 20th-century half vellum over xylographic paper covered boards, spine with gilt-lettered morocco label, red dyed edges. Light dampstaining to fore-margin of frontispiece, little uneven browning of text, very minor occasional spotting, light waterstaining to blank fore-margin of 7 text leaves, tear at upper corner of errata leaf repaired without loss, plates mounted on stubs and with some tears repaired. Provenance: Stanescu family (collection stamp with motto "Six luceat lux" and shelf-mark stamp to first free endpaper, faint red stamp to title-page, stamp to blank backside of plates). A generally crisp and clean copy. ---- Norman 1275; Osler 3152; Cushing, L 32; NLM/Blake 254; Wellcome III, p.441; Garrison-Morton 2973. RARE FIRST EDITION of a posthumously published work on cardiac pathology - a continuation of Lancisi's study on the movement of the heart and aneurysms, started with his earlier book on sudden death, De subitaneis mortibus libri duo (1707). In the present work Lancisi showed that many heart lesions were syphilitic in nature and gave the first clinical description of syphilis of the heart. He noted the frequency of cardiac aneurism and demonstrated t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-08-09 15:14:49
Adin Rozanis
Istanbul, 1728. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description : Parashat Drakhim, 1728, Istanbul. Author: Adin Rozanis. Language: Hebrew. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKU000166800 Language: Hebrew [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-08-03 08:54:03
Daniel Defoe / De Foe
London: Andrew Millar, 1728. Very Good Antiquarian Condition. A System of Magick; or, a History of the Black Art. Being an Historical Account of Mankind's most early Dealing with the Devil; and how the Acquaintance on both Sides first begun. by Anonymous (Daniel Defoe, De Foe)Condition: Very Good London: Printed: And Sold by Andrew Millar, at Buchanan's Head, against St. Clement's Church in the Strand, 1728. Full Contemporary Calf, in Blind Stamped Cambridge Panel shows wear. Joint splitting, but firmly held by the thick raised band cords. Sewn binding remains tight, all signatures secure, no signatures sprung. Collated, complete, with Engraved Frontis. by Gerard Vandergucht after Eberlein. All margins full, pages untrimmed. Original, pre-1901 "Watkins 26, Charing Cross, London, S.W." diamond shaped bookseller ticket, with fine image of Thoth, to verso of rear flyleaf. "Second" of 1728, utilizing the original, poorly selling, 1727 First edition sheets. Canceled title, with New Rubricated Title page as called for. Original previous owner, dated "January...1737/8." to top edge. As above, wear to original binding, retaining the original leather title spine label, still Very Good Antiquarian condition with margins full and uncropped. [ESTC T70334]. First Edition, Second Issue. Full-Leather. Very Good. Illus. by Vand Gucht Sculp. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Shipping Safely, Securely Packed, USPS Priority Mail/Signature Confirmation. Other options, see "Shipping Terms" below. International, please inquire. About Gates Past Books Gates Past Books Inc. specializes in hard to find Oc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: gatespastbooks [New York, New York, US]
2019-08-01 09:13:22
Mr. F. (Sometimes attributed to either Jean-Antoine Romagnesi or
Chez Briasson, 1728. Near Fine. Softcover. First edition. Text in French. 52pp. Bound in old, but probably later, unprinted wrappers. An ink blot on the inside of the front wrap, slight foxing to the pages, a near fine copy. An Italian-style comedy play. Very scarce. *OCLC* locates no copies of this edition, and only three copies of a 1729 printing. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Between the Covers (betweenthecoversrarebooks) [Gloucester City, New Jersey, US]
2019-07-31 08:22:38
HOOGVLIET, Arnold
By Jan Daniel Beman(1728). [PRIMERA EDICION = FIRST EDITION].- Rotterdam: By Jan Daniel Beman, MDCCXXVIII [1728].- [22 h.], 288 p.; 4º (24 x 18,4 cm): Portada a dos tintas con un grabado al cobre en el centro debido a F. Van Bleys Wyck y en la hoja siguiente otro grabado al cobre en la parte superior, y culs-de-lampe xilográficos al final de algunas poesías; Buena impresión sobre fuerte y blanco papel verjurado; Plena Piel época, Lomo con cinco nervios dorado, cantos dorados.- La encuadernación algo fatigada, con las esquinas rozadas y la tapa anterior ligeramente desgajada del lomo en su parte superior. La encuadernación ha sido restaurada, quedando muy aceptable. Las guardas son modernas en papel de aguas (marbreado). El interior tiene leves motitas de óxidación de poca importancia. En general un buen ejemplar de esta rara primera edición - first edition.* HEBRAÍSMO EN GENERAL Y BÍBLICA
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Madrid, SPAIN]
2019-07-24 12:33:49
M. Fontenelle
Dublin: William Forest, 1728. Very beautiful condition. I cannot be sure, but I think this book is still in its original binding and is not rebound. There is some penciling on the front pastedown, and the first free end page has been mostly torn away. The binding is still nice & solid considering the book's age. Up for your consideration is a lovely, scarce 1728 English edition of M. Fontenelle's work "Conversations with a Lady on the Plurality of Worlds", published by William Forest out of Dublin & translated from the original French by Glanvill. This book is 170 pages in total. I cannot find another copy of this book offered for sale anywhere online, and it appears to be quite scarce. The book is in very beautiful, antique condition. I cannot be sure, but I think this book is still in its original leather binding and is not rebound. There is some penciling on the front pastedown, and the first free end page has been mostly torn away. The binding is still nice & solid considering the book's age. This book is being sold as is, as shown and described here. Please view all photos and read description carefully, and ask any questions you may have before purchasing this item. Thank you for your interest. Please see my other listings for more scarce astronomy volumes.
Bookseller: thebookcavalry [Flint, Michigan, US]
2019-07-24 10:19:29
DEFOE, Daniel.
London: printed for Charles Rivington, 1728. Octavo (199 x 119 mm). Mid-20th-century brown morocco, spine lettered in gilt. Contemporary ownership signature to title page, library stamps to title page recto (Ecole Sainte Geneviève, and Bibliothèque S.J., Chantilly) and verso (Jesuit library stamp). Wormhole at top right corner of first 132 pages mostly repaired, repaired 5 cm closed tear to pp. 3-4, short closed tear repaired with tape on p. vi, short tear to pp. 259/260 just impinging on lettering, repaired wormhole at foot of pp. 357-368, light toning and creasing to initial and final few leaves, some faint browning at extremities elsewhere. A good copy. First edition. Well-represented institutionally, but rare in commerce, with only a handful of appearances at auction over the last 50 years. "Near the end of his life, in 1728, he returned yet again to the subject of trade in A Plan of the English Commerce, an enormous treatise reprising all of his life long notions about trade and its centrality for the emerging greatness of Britain. it dramatizes the enduring attraction of this subject for Defoe, a virtual obsession we may say, and it highlights his own unabated vigour and amazing fluency on financial topics" (Richetti, The Life of Daniel Defoe, 2005). Defoe argued that trade is the source of wealth, and promotes an active government policy to promote trade, as well as an expansion of colonial holdings. ESTC T70838; Goldsmiths' 6594; Moore 499; Kress, 3744; Sabin 63293. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2019-07-21 20:23:19
Pemberton
London: 1728. 16th - 19th Century Fine and Rare Books, Maps, Manuscripts, and Atlases Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727) Henry Pemberton VIEW of SIR ISAAC NEWTON PHILOSOPHY Dedication to the Noble and Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole Poem on Sir Isaac Newton COPPER PLATES - (12) Twelve Engraved Full Page FIRST BOOK printed using Caslon Roman Type BOOKPLATE - Rev Dr William Wotton (Subscriber, theologian, author, linguist and friend of Newton and Pemberton) London 1728 FIRST EDITION NEWTON, SIR ISAAC. - (1643-1727) - Pemberton, Henry (1694-1771) A View of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy, bound with a Dedication to the Noble and Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, and a Poem on Sir Isaac Newton. Original calf leather binding with leaves mostly clean and crisp. Engraved title page with vignette of an observatory within a border of instruments. Twelve (12) full page folding plates (163 figures) and historiated initials throughout engraved by J. Pine after J. Grison. Armorial designs of Sir Robert Walpole included to whom the work is dedicated. Complete with Poem on Sir Isaac Newton by R. Glover (15pp) and Subscriber's Names (16pp. including Isaac Newton's 12 books). Henry Pemberton, a physician who studied under Boerhaave was a member of the Royal Society to which he contributed many papers. His ability in mathematical problems impressed Newton who consequently employed him to superintend the third and definitive edition of his Principia Mathematica, 1726. The preface contains Pemberton's recollections of Newton, especially in his old age. Pemberton's View of Sir Isaac Newton's Phi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquarian-collections [Charleston, South Carolina, US]
2019-07-17 09:43:36
BIANCHINI, Francesco
Rome: apud Joannem Mariam Salvione, 1728. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (390 x 270 mm). viii, 92 pp., including engraved frontispiece, title printed in red and black and with engraved vignette, two engraved initials, engraved headpiece, 3 mezzotint engraved illustrations in text, and 10 (4 folding) engraved plates (the first in mezzotint). Contemporary calf, spine with 5 raised bands gilt-tooled in compartments and with gilt-lettered red morocco label (rubbing and scratching to extremities and boards, spine ends chipped, corners scuffed). First endpaper browned in outer margins and with cut out at upper corner. Very little browning of text and plates, minor occasional mostly marginal spotting, light dust-soiling to outer margins. A very good, wide-margined copy. ---- Ashworth, The face of the moon, Linda Hall 11; Brown, Astronomical Atlases, p.139; Graesse, I, 437; Riccardi I 132.15; Honeyman 323. - FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST ATLAS OF THE PLANET VENUS - A fine copy of the first book of telescopic observations of the planet Venus, and containing important illustrations of lunar topography. The work also documents Bianchini's observations of the dark spots on the surface of Venus, and the Campani telescopes he used in his discoveries.Bianchini (1662-1729) sought to determine the rotational period of the planet Venus from the dark patches on the disc, and to draw a map of its surface. Cassini had earlier determined a period of revolution or libration of about 23 hours; Bianchini concluded, on the basis of several successive observations, that the ro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-07-16 09:56:48
PREISSLER, Johann Daniel
Nürnberg: Unknown, 1728. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Johann Daniel Preissler was a 17th-century Bohemian artist known for his portraits and historical paintings. In addition to his fine art he also published a book on art theory and history entitled "Die durch Theorie erfundene Practic". This book became one of the most well-recognized and oft-used art textbooks throughout Europe. This book included examples of sketch progression on pottery and the human form. This 1728 Nurnberg edition is the first example of what would become a substantial sequence of works. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-07-14 05:22:13
Gravesande, Willem Jacob 's.
Apud Joh. Arn. Langerak, Joh. & Herm. Verbeek, and Balthasarem Lakeman, 1728. Gravesande's important introduction to Newtonian principles of physics in its second edition; an abridged version of the Dutch mathematician and philosopher's Physices elementa mathematica, experimentis confirmata sive introductio ad philosophiam Newtonianam that was intended for students -- one of the earliest such textbooks, first published in 1723. The title-page is printed in red and black, with an engraved printer's vignette featuring a fountain flanked by Athena and Mercury and the motto "Varietas delectat," engraved by R.B. after A.D.; the text is => illustrated with 17 tipped-in folding plates offering a variety of engraved figures and diagrams.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-07-12 22:12:46
Luthera, Mertena.D. Martin Luther.Heilige Schrift, altes u. neues Testament in oberlausitzer wendischer Sprache.
auf Verlag und Kosten David Richters., Budißin (Bautzen), 1728. 4° 1518 / 264 / 174+1 S. mit wenig Buchschmuck in Kupferstich. Je ein Titel in deutsch u. in sorbisch, in rot gedruckter Titel. Kein größerer Kupfer. ( Leder) Wurmstichige Holzdeckel ehemals mit Leder bezogen, Leder vom Vorderdeckel u. Rücken gelöst. Einige Seiten überstehend oder lose( aber vollständig) Wurmfrass besonders in den ersten S. u. zwischendurch. In der Mitte dann weniger. Insgesamt restaurierungsbedürftig, im Preis berücksichtigt. Papier wenig gebräunt 19 Sprache: sorb [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buecherstube Eilert [Ludwigsburg, LB, Germany]
2019-07-12 06:55:27
1728. The Prints CollectorOriginal Antique Maps and Prints ABOUT US VISIT OUR STORE Antique Book-Hoorns Buitensingel-NOORD HOLLAND-Westerop-1728 Author: Westerop, Roelof.Title: Hoorns Buitensingel, in rym beschreven.Impressum: Hoorn: Jacob Duyn, 1728. 1st edition.Subject: Noord Holland.Dimensions ca. 16.5 x 21.5 cm. (ca. 6.5 x 8.5 inch). 4to.Collation: [xxiv], 121, [i] pp. 3 (of 5) copper engraved plates, 2 full-page and 1 folding. Engraved by: J. Goeree. After: C. Pronk.The first edition of this rhymed topography in the style of Willinks Amsterdamsche Buitensingel, or Van Winter's Amstelstroom. The author takes us on a walk through 18th century Hoorn (Noord-Holland, the Netherlands).Half leather with marbled boards, 5 raised bands to the spine, gilt decoration and lettering.Cover condition: Poor: spine heavily damaged, covers quite scuffed and worn, rear board uncovered.Inside condition: Fair: lacking two of the plates (both folding), one plate loose, binding weak, intermittent small stains.Biography: This seems to be the only work by this author.Cornelis Pronk (Amsterdam 1691 - 1759) was a Dutch (miniature)painter and draughtsman. He studied under Jan van Houten and Arnold Boonen. He was mainly known for his detailed and precise topographical paintings. He became the founder of a new school of topographical painting, and had Abraham de Haen, Jan de Beijer, and others as students. He was one of the collaborators who supplied work for Isaak Tirion's publication Verheerlykt Nederland.The engraver Jan Goeree (Middelburg 1670 - Amsterdam 1731) was the son of book dealer Willem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector Antique Prints (theprintscollector) [Zeeland, NL]
2019-07-06 10:57:44
Calmet, Augustin (1672-1757)
Nancy : J.-B. Cusson, 1728. Folio. 3 vols. as issued. Original mottled roan with gilt spine and 6 raised bands. 21.5 x 40.5 cm. Very good. With 44 plates out of a possible 45. Plates include town plans of Nancy, Metz, Verdun Toul; maps; effigies and architecture. Very heavy books. Collation: The books are mainly numerated by columns, 2 per page. Vol. I: Engraved portrait,[24pp.] 240 columns; 11 plates, 1267, 579 columns, [36pp]; Vol. II: [10 pp.], 13 plates , one with loss of one image (XVIII on plate 3), [16pp.], 8 plates, 1466, 680 columns, [16pp.]; Vol. III: 40 columns, 11 plates, lacking plate I, 204, 134, 695 columns, [40pp.]. OCLC Number: 461296672 Brunet, I, p. 1496; Brunet, I, 1496. Édition originale de cette oeuvre monumentale. Le Révérend Père Dom Augustin Calmet, historien lorrain et exégète, moine de la Congrégation bénédictine de Saint-Vanne et Saint-Hydulphe, entreprit en 1713 la rédaction d'une Histoire de Lorraine à la demande du Duc Léopold. Ce travail magistral est illustré, dans le tome premier, de 11 cartes ou plans sur doubles pages : Duché de Lorraine et de Bar ; Archevêché de Trèves ; Diocèse de Metz ; Diocèse de Toul ; Diocèse de Verdun ; plan de la ville de Trèves ; plan de la ville de Metz ; plan de la ville de Toul ; plan de la ville de Verdun ; plan de Bar le Duc ; plan de Nancy. Le second volume est illustré de 13 planches représentant sceaux et médailles, ainsi que de 8 planches consacrées aux monnaies. Le dernier volume présente les éléments d'architecture, en 13 planches : les plans des cathédrales de Metz et de Toul, de l'Église primatia … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Alan Wofsy Fine Arts [U.S.A.]
2019-07-05 18:06:47
Calmet, Augustin (1672-1757)
Nancy : J.-B. Cusson, 1728. Folio. 3 vols. as issued. Original mottled roan with gilt spine and 6 raised bands. 21.5 x 40.5 cm. Very good. With 44 plates out of a possible 45. Plates include town plans of Nancy, Metz, Verdun Toul; maps; effigies and architecture. Very heavy books.Collation: The books are mainly numerated by columns, 2 per page.Vol. I: Engraved portrait,[24pp.] 240 columns; 11 plates, 1267, 579 columns, [36pp]; Vol. II: [10 pp.], 13 plates , one with loss of one image (XVIII on plate 3), [16pp.], 8 plates, 1466, 680 columns, [16pp.]; Vol. III: 40 columns, 11 plates, lacking plate I, 204, 134, 695 columns, [40pp.].OCLC Number: 461296672Brunet, I, p. 1496; Brunet, I, 1496. Édition originale de cette oeuvre monumentale. Le Révérend Père Dom Augustin Calmet, historien lorrain et exégète, moine de la Congrégation bénédictine de Saint-Vanne et Saint-Hydulphe, entreprit en 1713 la rédaction d'une Histoire de Lorraine à la demande du Duc Léopold. Ce travail magistral est illustré, dans le tome premier, de 11 cartes ou plans sur doubles pages : Duché de Lorraine et de Bar ; Archevêché de Trèves ; Diocèse de Metz ; Diocèse de Toul ; Diocèse de Verdun ; plan de la ville de Trèves ; plan de la ville de Metz ; plan de la ville de Toul ; plan de la ville de Verdun ; plan de Bar le Duc ; plan de Nancy. Le second volume est illustré de 13 planches représentant sceaux et médailles, ainsi que de 8 planches consacrées aux monnaies. Le dernier volume présente les éléments d'architecture, en 13 planches : les plans des cathédrales de Metz et de Toul, de l'Église primatiale de Na … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-07-05 09:33:12
HUET,Pier daniel Daniel (Obispo de Avranches).-
Louis Guerin,, Paris, 1728. 8º. IV-3O9-IIIpp. Pasta española, con ligeras faltas en bordes de la piel por el roce. Rarísima obra ambientada en la expedición de Pizarro al Perú. Palau sólo cita una edición de 181O. Pasta española, con ligeras faltas en bordes de la piel por el roce.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Els Gnoms [Sedó, Spain]
2019-07-04 13:15:50
1728. "ROMAN MISSAL from the Council of Trent sacred decree" with multiple engravings and musical sheet notes. Published: 1614 Pages: 806 Size: 7.5" x 5" x 2.5" See other $0.99 items.
Bookseller: antiqueparchments [Kansas City, Missouri, US]
2019-07-02 13:34:37
n/a
Istanbul. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description : Yadei Eliahu, 1728, Istanbul. Language: Hebrew. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKU000123258 Language: Hebrew [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-07-02 09:02:49
PREISSLER, Johann Daniel
Unknown. 1728 1st ed Johann Priessler German ART Theory Human Anatomy Drawing Illustrated Johann Daniel Preissler was a 17th-century Bohemian artist known for his portraits and historical paintings. In addition to his fine art he also published a book on art theory and history entitled Die durch Theorie erfundene Practic . This book became one of the most well-recognized and oft-used art textbooks throughout Europe. This book included examples of sketch progression on pottery and the human form. This 1728 Nurnberg edition is the first example of what would become a substantial sequence of works. Item number: #7407 Price: $550 PREISSLER, Johann Daniel Die durch Theorie erfundene Practic, oder grundlichverfasste Reguln deren man sich als einer Anleitung zu beruhmter Kunstlere Zeichen-Wercken bestens bedienen kan Nurnberg, 1728. Details: Collation: Complete with all leaves 15 unnumbered leaves Includes 7 full-page engraved plates Language: German Binding: Leather; tight & secure Size: ~14in X 9in (35.5cm x 23cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 7407 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-06-26 19:23:32
Tostado,Alonso
Nicola Pezzana Venetia, 1728. 2 große Lederfoliobände Band 1:Einband berieben,Rücken Fehlstellen,rückenrand gerissen,Deckel Wurmgänge,Titel mit Stempeln,kleinerer Wurmfraß,Seiten gut bis sehr gut erhalten,Rotschnitt Band 4/5: Einband berieben/bestossen,Rücken etwas Randeinrisse,Vorsatz schmuddelig,Titel Fingerfleckig,Seiten in gutem bis sehr gutem Zustand,Rotschnitt
Bookseller: RUBA-KAT GbR [Germany]
2019-06-26 00:46:37
NEWTON, Isaac) PEMBERTON, Henry.
Printed by S. Palmer. 1728. [50], 407, [1]pp. 4to. 12 fold. plates, handsome engraved head & tail pieces by Pine after Grison. Excellently rebound in half calf. Bookplate of Christopher Turnor. Sir John Chiverton. ESTC T53471. Pemberton, 1694-1771, was an English physician attached to St. Thomas' Hospital in London. Pemberton's ability, especially in mathematics, impressed Newton and consequently he was asked by Newton to edit the third and definitive edition of his Principia mathematica published in 1726.
Bookseller: Jarndyce, The 19th Century Booksellers [London, United Kingdom]
2019-06-25 19:11:25
NEWTON (Isaac)
Paris, G. Martin, J.B. Coignard, H.L. Guerin & F. Montalant, 1728. Première édition française, traduite par l'abbé Fr. Granet aidé de Marthan, et parue la même année que l'originale anglaise. Le système chronologique de Newton ne repose que sur des considérations relatives à l'histoire, à la durée des générations. C'est une publication posthume d'un travail personnel que Newton avait commencé en 1690 mais n'entendait pas vraiment publier, mais l'Abbé Conti ayant publié une édition d'après le manuscrit que Newton lui avait confié, ce dernier se senti obliger de préparer une nouvelle édition corrigée. Elle ne vit le jour qu'un an après sa mort, en 1728. Newton consacre 18 pages et 3 plans à la description du Temple de Salomon. On sait que la Bible était en réalité le principal sujet d'intérêt de Newton. In fine figurent des remarques de l'astronome Edmond Halley à propos de la chronologie de Newton (8 pp. ). Babson 214 "Newton was thus able to ?prove? that the Jews were more ancient than the Greeks, as indicated in biblical chronology" - cf. Yaël Nazé Astronomie et chronologie chez Newton; Arguments astronomiques à l?appui de la Chronologie de Newton (Univ. de Liège). in 4°, de 20ff. 416pp. 2ff., ill. de 3 planches gravées de plans du Temple de Salomon se dépl., pl. basane marbrée époque, dos très orné, plats frappés aux armes de la ville de Lyon, restauration en marge des derniers ff. sinon bon exemplaire offert en prix scolaire (3e en Logique) par le Collège des jésuites de Lyon en 1734 à Irénée d'Arlay externe. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [Saint Xandre - La Rochelle, --, France]
2019-06-24 19:44:27
DE COLONIA, Dominique.
A Lyon, chez François Rigollet, Libraire, 1728-1730, 2 volumes in-4 de 290x212 mm environ, Tome I : 1 f. blanc, titre, (16) ff. (titre en rouge et noir, epitre, preface, table, approbation et privilège)-291-410 pages, 1f. (fautes à corriger), Tome II : 1 f. blanc, 5 ff. (titre en rouge et noir, epitre, avis, avertissement), 838 pages, 11 ff. (liste des auteurs lyonnois, table), pleine basane marbrée fauve, dos à nerfs portant titres dorés, médaillon doré aux armes de Lyon sur les plats, gardes marbrées. Avec 9 planches d' illustrations dont 5 planches dépliantes. Quelques mouillures marginales et cernes claires, déchirures avec petits manques sur une planche, des erreurs de pagination sans manque, des notes manuscrites dans les marges par endroits, cuir frotté et épidermé avec déchirure sur le tome I et début de fente sur les mors, des rousseurs et pages brunies. Dominique De Colonia, né à Aix-en-Provence, 25-08-1660 - Mort à Lyon, le 12-09-1741.A aussi écrit en latin. Jésuite. Entre au noviciat en 1673. Enseigne à Lyon, 10 ans la rhétorique et 20 ans la théologie. Membre de l'Académie de Lyon. Poète. Auteur dramatique. Orateur religieux. Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène [France, Lyon]
2019-06-24 13:34:46
Richardson, [Jonathan] Père & Fils
Herman Uytwerf, Amsterdam, 1728. Édition originale française. 3 tomes en 2 volumes (le premier en 2 parties), contenant: Tome i: Essai sur la théorie de la peinture. Tome ii: Un essai sur l'art de critiquer en fait de peinture; & un discours sur la sience d'un connoisseur. Tome iii: Description de divers fameux tableaux, desseins, statues ( ) qui se trouve en Italie. Un discours préliminaire sur le Beau Idéal, par L. H. Ten Kate. Jonathan Richardson l'Ancien (1665-1745) et son fils, Jonathan Richardson le Jeune (1694-1771) étaient de grands spécialistes de la peinture italienne et c'est sur base des notes prises par le fils lors d'un voyage en Italie qu'ils publièrent en 1722 leur description, le père ayant déjà publié ses deux essais en 1715 et 1719. ¶ Veau marbré (reliure de l'époque), dos orné, pièces de titre havane, gardes de papier marbré à motif coquille: in-8 (19 × 12 cm). Tome i, ii: pp. (14 ff.), 1-221, (2 ff.), 1-238. Tome iii: pp. (2 ff.), lxxii, (12 ff.), 1-322, ( 1 ff.), 323-759 (complet). Tranches rouges. ¶ État: Coins usés, accroc à une coiffe, dos frottés, petit travail de vers sur le plat de dessus (vol. 2). Numéroté à l'encre sur la première page de garde: No. 359 (vol. 1), No. 360 (vol. 2). Quelques feuillets brunis, un feuillet en partie dérelié, salissures en pied sur les 80 premiers feuillets du vol. 2. Intérieurs très corrects tout de même et reliures assez bien conservées. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Georg Schneebeli - Rare Books & Prints [Zürich, Switzerland]
2019-06-23 01:00:12
Typis Joannis Josephi Mayr, Salisburgi, 1728. Scarce 18th century example of the Canon of the Roman Mass, the oldest anaphora used in the Roman Rite of Mass. Folio, bound in full period red calf ornately decorated with gilt titles and tooling to the spine in six compartments within raised bands, gilt decorated central cross within elaborate gilt ruled cornerpieces to the front and rear panels, all edges gilt, ribbon bound in, patterned endpapers, two elaborate woodcut engraved title pages, text in black and red throughout with woodcut initials, illustrated with 3 full page engravings, leather page tabs. In very good condition. Scarce with only two copies found at OCLC. The oldest anaphora used in the Roman Rite of Mass, the Canon of the Roman Mass first appeared in 1570 during the era of Pope Pius V. Before the 1970 revision of the Roman Missal, the Canon was the only anaphora used in the Roman Rite. The Anaphora is the most solemn part of the Divine Liturgy, or the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, during which the offerings of bread and wine are consecrated as the body and blood of Christ. The present volume features and elaborate engraved illustration of the Eucharist, or Last Supper of Christ. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-06-21 12:22:54
IBAÑEZ DE FARIA,Didaci (Gaditani).-
Fratum de Tournes,, Colonia Allobrogum, 1728. Gran Folio. 3hh-344 pp.20 hh. Pergamino con nervios. Editio Quinta. Palau, 117.456. Diego Ibañez de Faria, perteneció al Consejo de Indias, en las Cancillerías de Buenos Aires y Guatemala.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Els Gnoms [Sedó, Spain]
2019-06-18 17:33:26
Raphael BLUTEAU
lisbon: Officina JOSEPH ANTONIO DA SYLVA Impre. Ac. real, 1728. very good - with slight traces of animal, in the foot and in the upper right corner, and some spots to the head, in some pages. Rare. BLUTEAU ( Raphael ) - PROSAS / PORTUGUEZAS / RECITADAS EM DIFFERENTES / Congressos Académicos / PELO PADRE / ... / Clérigo Regular DOUTOR NA SAGRADA THEOLOGIA PRÉGADOR DA / Raynha Da Grãa Bretanha, Henriqueta Maria de França, Qualifica - / dor do Santo Officio no Sagrado Tribunal da Inquisição de Lis - / boa, e Academico da Academia Real. / PARTE PRIMEIRA ( e PARTE SEGUNDA ) / QUE CONTEM / Prosas Académicas / Prosa Académica, Lógica. / Prosa Académica, Politica. / Prosa Académica Cosmográfica / Prosa Académica Theologica / Prosas Académico-Moraes. / Prosa Instructiva, Jococeria / Prosas Patriarchaes Semi-Academicas. / Academia Theologica. / Prosa Enigmática, Interpretativa. / Prosas Gratulatorias / ( vinheta ornamental ) / LISBOA OCCIDENTAL / Na Officina de JOSEPH ANTONIO DA SYLVA / Impressor da Academia Real / M DCC XXVII ( 1727 - 1728 ). 2 vols. encs. em 1 In 4º: vol. I: {32} + 422 p. ( ult. br. ) + {1} fl. br. + {1} fl. desd.; vol. II: 384 p. ( ult. br.); Enc. inteira de pele da época ; In 4º (217mmX298mm).; Inoc. : VII, p. 42 e 44 ; Pinto de Matos : p. 74; Samodães: Nº 427; Ameal: Nº 292; Sousa da Câmara: Nº 332; Palha: Nº 683; Monteverde: Nº 557; Rodrigo Veloso: Nº. 807; Nepomuceno: Nº 288; Ávila Perez: Nº 291; 1ª Edição. O autor nasceu em Londres a 4 de Dezembro de 1638, vindo a morrer em Portugal a 4 de Fevereiro de 1734. Formou-se em Humanidades na cidade de Paris, vindo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookskeeper (bookskeeper2014) [Lisboa, PT]
2019-06-18 10:11:46
NEWTON, Isaac; Henry PEMBERTON.
London: Printed by S. Palmer, 1728. London:: Printed by S. Palmer, 1728., 1728. 4to. [50], 407, [1] pp. Engraved title-page vignette, 6 engraved chapter-head vignettes and initial letters, list of subscribers, 5 engraved tailpieces, 12 engraved folding plates. Nineteenth century half morocco, maroon cloth; heavily rubbed. Presentation inscription "To A. [Allan] R. Sandage, on April 23, 1963". Good. FIRST EDITION. Pemberton's A view of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophy, is a popularization of Newtonianism for those without mathematics. It appeared in 1728; the preface contains Pemberton's recollections of Newton, especially in old age, and assures the reader that the master had read and approved the work. This work remains one of the most valuable contemporary printed sources on Newton, the account of a close friend. The work also includes a poem on Sir Isaac Newton by Richard Glover (1712-1785), poet and Member of Parliament, written in Glover's 16th year), Pemberton's introduction on Newton's method of reasoning in philosophy, and a long list of subscribers. Dedicated to Sir Robert Walpole with Walpole's engraved arms. This book is important typographically as the first book printed in any of the Caslon's roman types (see James Mosley in JPHS, III, (1967), p. 74). With its fine headpieces and initials by J. Pine, its well-balanced pages, and fine paper, it is one of the best English books of the period and was clearly intended as a showpiece for the new type. A pencil notation in the preliminaries ascribes this binding to John Brindley (fl. 1720-1750), an important London pu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-06-17 17:34:41
NEWTON, Isaac; Henry PEMBERTON.
London: Printed by S. Palmer, 1728. London:: Printed by S. Palmer, 1728., 1728. 4to. [50], 407, [1] pp. Engraved title-page vignette, 6 engraved chapter-head vignettes and initial letters, list of subscribers, 5 engraved tailpieces, 12 engraved folding plates. Nineteenth century half morocco, maroon cloth; heavily rubbed. Presentation inscription "To A. [Allan] R. Sandage, on April 23, 1963". Good. FIRST EDITION. Pemberton's A view of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophy, is a popularization of Newtonianism for those without mathematics. It appeared in 1728; the preface contains Pemberton's recollections of Newton, especially in old age, and assures the reader that the master had read and approved the work. This work remains one of the most valuable contemporary printed sources on Newton, the account of a close friend. The work also includes a poem on Sir Isaac Newton by Richard Glover (1712-1785), poet and Member of Parliament, written in Glover's 16th year), Pemberton's introduction on Newton's method of reasoning in philosophy, and a long list of subscribers. Dedicated to Sir Robert Walpole with Walpole's engraved arms. This book is important typographically as the first book printed in any of the Caslon's roman types (see James Mosley in JPHS, III, (1967), p. 74). With its fine headpieces and initials by J. Pine, its well-balanced pages, and fine paper, it is one of the best English books of the period and was clearly intended as a showpiece for the new type. A pencil notation in the preliminaries ascribes this binding to John Brindley (fl. 1720-1750), an important London pu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-06-15 11:33:16
Luisino, Aloysio (Aloysius Luisinus):
Lugduni Batavorum, Johan. Arnold Langerak et Johan. & Herm. Verbeek, 1728. Erstauflage, EA 1366 Spalten plus Index 2°, Pappband mit Lederrücken Kanten berieben, Buchrücken unten kleiner Einriss, eine ganzseitige gestochene Tafel, gestochene Titelvignette, gestochene Schlussvignette, durchgehend etwas fleckig und im Satzspiegel gedunkelt, sonst guter Zustand Versandkostenfreie Lieferung DERMATOLOGIE; MEDICINE; MEDIZIN
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchseite [Wien, WIEN, Austria]
2019-06-15 01:22:16
Pemberton
London: 1728. 16th - 19th Century Fine and Rare Books, Maps, Manuscripts, and Atlases Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727) Henry Pemberton VIEW of SIR ISAAC NEWTON PHILOSOPHY Dedication to the Noble and Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole Poem on Sir Isaac Newton COPPER PLATES - (12) Twelve Engraved Full Page FIRST BOOK printed using Caslon Roman Type BOOKPLATE - Rev Dr William Wotton (Subscriber, theologian, author, linguist and friend of Newton and Pemberton) London 1728 FIRST EDITION NEWTON, SIR ISAAC. - (1643-1727) - Pemberton, Henry (1694-1771) A View of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy, bound with a Dedication to the Noble and Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, and a Poem on Sir Isaac Newton. Original calf leather binding with leaves mostly clean and crisp. Engraved title page with vignette of an observatory within a border of instruments. Twelve (12) full page folding plates (163 figures) and historiated initials throughout engraved by J. Pine after J. Grison. Armorial designs of Sir Robert Walpole included to whom the work is dedicated. Complete with Poem on Sir Isaac Newton by R. Glover (15pp) and Subscriber's Names (16pp. including Isaac Newton's 12 books). Henry Pemberton, a physician who studied under Boerhaave was a member of the Royal Society to which he contributed many papers. His ability in mathematical problems impressed Newton who consequently employed him to superintend the third and definitive edition of his Principia Mathematica, 1726. The preface contains Pemberton's recollections of Newton, especially in his old age. Pemberton's View of Sir Isaac Newton's Phi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquarian-collections [Charleston, South Carolina, US]
2019-06-09 08:58:42
William Shakespeare
London: J. Tonson, 1728. 10 leather bindings, in similar condition, with minor wear as shown. Few scuffs to front boards, back boards and spines but binding still strong in all.Several spines repaired and rebacked. Pages are generally clean with light occasional scattered spotting as shown. Complete with 45 plates as called for. Volume 1 has the main title page but lacks the additional title page [A2]. 1728 Shakespeare Full Works 10 Vols. 45 Plates Plays Poetry Pope Illustrations 1728 Shakespeare Full Works 10 Vols. 45 Plates Plays Poetry Pope Illustrations Description The Works Of Mr.William Shakespeare In 10 Volumes. Published by Mr Pope and Dr Sewell Printed in London in 1728. Size: 16cm by 9.5cm ESTC reference: T138590. ESTC notes:The imprints of the additional title page in volume 1, and of the volume title pages in volumes 2, 3, 6-8 read: "Printed for J. Tonson in the Strand"; those of volumes 4, 5 and 9 read: "Printed for J. Tonson in the Strand, and for J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, and F. Clay, in trust for Richard, James, and Bethel Wellington"; and that of volume 10 reads: "Printed for J. and J. Knapton, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, F. Fayram, W. Mears, J. Pemberton, J. Osborn and T. Longman, B. Motte, J. Hooke, C. Rivington, F. Clay, and J. Batley, 1728." Pages: Vol. 1 - [51], 383pps, 7 Plates. Printed for J and J. Knapton et al Vol. 2 - 384pps, 5 Plates. Printed for J. Tonson in the Strand Vol. 3 - 454pps, 5 Plates. Printed for J. Tonson in the Strand Vol. 4 - 476pps, 5 Plates .Printed for J. Tonson et al. Vol. 5 - 408pps, 4 Plates. Printed J. Tonson et al. Vol. 6 - 3 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bookfolly [south coast, GB]
2019-06-06 08:12:03
Verordnungen, Bruderschaft Relief, Kirche Pfarrei San Einfach und Hirte 1728 Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. Madrid Pfarrkirche San Justo und Pastor. 1728. 20X15. Pergament 25p. Rarissima Arbeit der Verordnungen der genannten Gemeinde und der Bruderschaft. Ref. 3.8 Crome 565-Bibliothek. Track Seitenaufrufe mit Auctiva FREE Counter.
Bookseller: Libreria Outlet Marc Antiques (artbookstars13) [Barcelona, ES]
2019-06-05 12:34:24
Bonanni, Philipp
Nürnberg, Christoph Weigel, 1728. Condition: Gut. Artikeldetails Verzeichnis der Geist- und Weltlichen Ritter-Orden in netten Abbildungen und einer kurtzen Erzehlung, Ihro Päbstl. Heiligkeit,ClementiXI in Lateinisch- und Italienischer Sprache übergeben, Clementi XI. in Lateinisch- und Italienischer Sprache übergeben von P. Philipp Bonanni/ Soc. Jes. Nunmehro nach dem Römischen Exemplar in das Teutsche übersetzet.Bonanni, Philipp, Nürnberg, Christoph Weigel, 1728. mit einem gestochenen Frontispiz und 164 Kupfertafeln, (14) 154 Seiten (6 Seiten Register), 8°, braunes OLdr der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und rotem Rückenschild, Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 43005 Bemerkungen: ORDENTLICHES komplettes Exemplar, der Einband fachgerecht und behutsam restauriert Schlagworte: VR 43005, iEUR 962,50 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-06-01).
Bookseller: baldreit [Baden-Baden, DE]
2019-06-04 10:11:41
Sperander
Nürnberg, Buggel und Seitz, 1728. 8° [18x11x5 cm]. 5 Blatt, 803 Seiten. Ohne Frontispiz. Vierbündiger Ledereinband, geprägtes Rückenschild. Umlaufender Rotschnitt.Einband berieben. Im Gelenk und am Buchrücken wenig beschädigt u. geringfügig wurmlöchrig. Name von alter Hand auf Vorsatz. Marginal braunfleckig, innen gutes Exemplar., [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Ballmert [Germany]
2019-06-03 11:55:51
Jose de Molines; Franciscus Corazza; Catholic Church. Rota Romana
Romae : Ex Typographia Francisci Zinghi & Josephi Monaldi, 1728. Eight folio volumes bound in marbled paper-covered boards, vellum spines each with a red and a black leather label lettered in gilt; light overall rubbing, bindings square and tight, all covers firmly attached; the final 2 index volumes with only half-title pages, apparently as published. Per WorldCat OCLC 48241580: Notes: Contains 1337 decisions dating from 28 June 1686 through 3 Aug. 1711. The last two volumes have each only a half t.p.: Index generalis conclusionum quae continentur in omnibus decisionibus Reverendissimi P.D. Josephi Molines Sacrae Rotae decani ; tomus primus( -secundus). Vol. 1: [8], 27, [1], cxvii, [1], 552 p.; v. 2: [6], 923 p.; v. 3 [pt. 1]: [8], 573 p.; v. 3, pt. 2: [2], 575-1088 p.; v. 4: [8], 695 p.; v. 5: [6], 670 p.; Index generalis conclusionum, v. 1: [2], 543 p.; Index generalis conclusionum, v. 2: [2], 580 p. Two-column layout. Title pages of v. 1-3 and 5 include papal coat of arms of Benedict XIII. "Index per dioeceses" and "Elenchus argumentorum," both covering the whole work, are included in preliminary matter of v. 1. Description: 5 v. in 6, and 2 index v. ; 32 cm. (fol.) Responsibility: studio et diligentia Francisci Corazza J.C. & in Romana Curia advocati ; tomus primus[-quintus] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stony Hill Books [Madison, WI, U.S.A.]
2019-06-01 01:22:15
Rajalin, Thomas von.
Carlscrona., Johann Ludwig Happenius., 1728. 22 x 18 cms, (xxii), 366, (lxxiv) pages. 17 folding plates, woodengraved ills in the text. Contemp. calf. Decorated spine. Fine condition. without the volvell, = rotating diagram. ] KEYWORDS: Sweden. Maritime.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat DE RIJZENDE ZON [Netherlands]
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2019-05-31 11:45:02
LOBO (R.P. Jérôme).
Paris Vve d'Antoine-Urbain Coustelier & Jacques Guérin 1728 In-4 de XIV pages, 2 feuillets non chiffrés, 514 pages et 4 feuillets non chiffrés, basane de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné. (Coiffe supérieure usée, un mors fendillé sur deux cm, une petite tache d'encre en bordure du deuxième plat et affectant sans gravité par quelques giclures la tranche de goutière). Édition originale de la traduction française illustrée d'un frontispice gravé par Cochin d'après L. de Boullongne, et de deux grandes cartes dépliantes (carte de l'Abissinie signée Desbrulins et carte de l'Ethiopie Orientale située sur la Mer des Indes entre le Cap Guardafouin & le Cap de Bonne Espérance...) Rare. Missionnaire jésuite portugais, le père Lobo arriva en 1625 en Ethiopie, où le jésuite espagnol Pedro Paez avait récemment converti l'empereur Susneyos au catholicisme romain. Lobo demeura en Ethiopie, principalement au nord et dans les environs de la source du Nil, jusqu'en 1634, date à laquelle les Jésuites furent expulsés par le successeur de Susneyos. Capturé par les Turcs, il put finalement rejoindre Goa puis le Portugal, où, dernier survivant de la mission éthiopienne, il mourut en 1678. Gay, 2657. Chadenat, 1662. Sommervogel IV- 1895. Fumagalli, 92.
Bookseller: Librairie Jeanne Laffitte [France, Marseille]
2019-05-30 23:02:14
PEMBERTON, Henry.
FIRST EDITION. This beautifully produced book was described by Cohen (1956) as "one of the three outstanding popular introductions to Newtonian science of the eighteenth century". It is also one of the earliest. Pemberton enjoyed a special friendship with Newton, and edited the third edition of the Principia. The preface contains Pemberton's recollections of Newton. Typographically this book is important as the first book printed in Caslon's Roman types. It is printed on excellent paper with ample margins, with engraved decorations by one of the most famous engravers of the period, and is a wonderful example of the best of eighteenth century book production. For these reasons it was a great success and is now a common book, although most copies that appear on the market are in poor or restored condition (or both), having been read to bits. This copy, however, is a very nice copy in its first binding. Babson 98. Wallis 132. Gjertsen, The Newton handbook, pp. 426-427.
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [UK]
2019-05-29 22:58:23
Joannis Josephi Mayr, Salisburgi, 1728. Folio (42x29 cm). - [4], 226 pages. - Contemporary red calf, ornately decorated in gilt, spine also richly decorated in gilt, with ;6 bands; rubbed. - Marbled end-papers. - With pasted-on card: "Karl Wilhelm Kalassay / Embassy of the United States of America". - Printed in red and black throughout. - Title printed within engraved border. - Music with large notes printed on 4-line red rubrication. Some pages slightly soiled, loose; large closed tears of the pages 91-92 and 161-162. - Two full-page engravings by Philipp Kilian; text decorations in red. - Quite rare: WorldCat locates only 6 copies (4 in Germany and 1 in Italy and Poland each). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bibliophilia [Tampa, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-05-28 22:14:10
HENRY, Matthew
Printed for John Phillips, at the Stationers Arms, next Door to, 1728. Hardcover. Stated "fourth edition." Small octavo. 120pp. Contemporary calf ruled in blind. Contemporary owner's name ("Jos. Sanford") on front pastedown and contemporary place ("Newport, Rhode Island") on rear pastedown. Small splits at the outer joints. A flawed copy, lacks front fly, as well as the penultimate leaf P3, the top third of leaf A8 is torn away, and the edge of the last leaf P4 is torn, removing several letters, and with stains and a small wormhole in the text. Still a moderately attractive copy of a fairly early imprint.
Bookseller: Between the Covers (betweenthecoversrarebooks) [Gloucester City, New Jersey, US]
2019-05-27 20:22:15
Henry Pemberton (Sir Isaac Newton)
S. Palmer, London, 1728. 4to, 288 x 218 mms., pp. [50], 407 [408 blank], engraved vignette on title-page, other engraved vignettes and illustrations in text (by John Pine after John Grison), 12 folding engraved plates. FIRST EDITION.The subscriber’s list is also present. Full contemporary calf (boards are slightly worn) which has been professionally rebacked by the Heritage Bindery. Henry Pemberton was tasked with bringing Newtonian philosophy to the layman with this work, which was completed and published a year after Newton’s death. Small blind- stamp from the Meadville theological school library on the title page. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Eversuch Rare Books [Glendale, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-05-27 20:22:15
Pemberton, Henry
London: S. Palmer, 1728. First edition. leather_bound. 407 pages. 27 x 20 cm. [A4-a4-c4,d1, *A4-*B4,B4-Fff4]. Twelve copper engraved fold-out plates. Engraved title, head and tail designs after John Pine and J. Grison. Pemberton, a physician studied medicine under Boerhaave. He was a member of the Royal Society to which he contributed many papers: one of which came to the attention of Newton, and thus, a long friendship ensued. Newton employed him to superintend the third edition of the "Principia." Pemberton saw much of Darwin in his old age. "Probably the most famous (popularization of Newtonian philosphy) is that by Henry Pemberton......Pemberton's book is an excellent summary.....So the reader of Pemberton would have emerged with a good idea of the whole Newtonian achievement, in the realm of physics. The presentation is relatively non mathematical.......his remarks on what Newton believed are of great interest and the anecdotes are well founded......" [see: KNIGHT. pp.66-67]. List of Subscribers. Owner inscription title page, dampstains. Modern three quarter calf and marbled boards, black leather spine label lettered in gilt. Very good. Item #18221. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller (ashroyoung22) [Ardsley, New York, US]
2019-05-27 19:44:53
Belemnon (Pseudonym)
Freystatt, o. Dr, 1728. Artikeldetails Curiöses Bauern-Lexicon, Worinnen Die meisten in unserer Teutschen Sprache vorkom(m)ende fremde Wörter erkläret - so dann wie Ketzerlich solche vonvielen ausgesprochen, angedeutet - und endlich bey jedem Wort eine lächerliche Bäuerisch- oder Jüdische Redens-Art beygefüget wird. Denen Unwissenden zu wohlmeynenden Unterricht, andern aber zur Ergötzlichkeit zusammen getragen und zum Druck befördert. Belemnon (Pseudonym): Freystatt, o. Dr., 1728. 4 Bll., 200 S. Pappband um 1900. Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 24058 Bemerkungen: Jantz 2879; VD18 14395371-001; Weller I, 74; Zaunmüller 69: "Enthält in den Definitionen viele dialektische und judendeutsche Wörter". – Erste Ausgabe. – Sehr selten. "A remarkable combination of the instructive & the amusing, with hilarious examples of malapropisms & other involuntary humor" (J.). – Gebräunt, wenig fleckig, mit Marginalien in Tinte, Bindung gelockert, Vorsätze erneuert. Einband berieben. Exlibris Sigmund Egenberger.EUR 900,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-17).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2019-05-21 22:14:02
RICHARDSON senior & junior, Jonathan.
Amsterdam: 1728. Reliure en plein veau marbré havane, dos à 5 nerfs orné de caissons et fleurons dorés, filet à froid en encadrement des plats, dentelle dorée sur les coupes, tranches rouges. Deux ex-libris dont un gravé : Van Vaenewyck et Bibliothèque de Henri Tardivi.Page de titre en rouge et noir et ornée d'une belle vignette gravée.Édition originale de la traduction revue par les Richardson et les collectionneurs A. Rutgers et L.H. Ten Kate. Divisée en 3 tomes (le premier en 2 parties) contenant un Essai sur la théorie de la peinture, un Essai sur l'art de critiquer en peinture et une Description des plus fameux tableaux, dessins, sculptures qui se trouvent en Italie (texte original revu et augmenté, précédé d'un Discours sur le Beau idéal par Ten Kate).Mors des premiers plats des 3 volumes fendillés (mais plats toujours solidement attachés), quelques défauts mineurs, sinon bel et rare exemplaire, bien complet. Merci de consulter les conditions de vente en fin de description avant tout achat. RICHARDSON senior & junior, Jonathan. Traité de la peinture, et de la sculpture. Amsterdam, Herman Uytwerf, 1728. 3 Volumes, COMPLET. In-8 - 13x19,5cm. Reliure en plein veau marbré havane, dos à 5 nerfs orné de caissons et fleurons dorés, filet à froid en encadrement des plats, dentelle dorée sur les coupes, tranches rouges. 14ff, 211pp, 1ff, 238pp; 1ff, LXXII, 12ff, 322pp, 1ff, (pagination continue) 759pp. Deux ex-libris dont un gravé : Van Vaenewyck et Bibliothèque de Henri Tardivi. Page de titre en rouge et noir et ornée d'une belle vignette gravée. Édition originale de la tradu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie L'Art et la Manière (mj2cbooks) [Montrouge, FR]
2019-05-21 07:58:43
Pemberton
London: 1728. 16th - 19th Century Fine and Rare Books, Maps, Manuscripts, and Atlases Sir Isaac Newton (1643-1727) Henry Pemberton VIEW of SIR ISAAC NEWTON PHILOSOPHY Dedication to the Noble and Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole Poem on Sir Isaac Newton COPPER PLATES - (12) Twelve Engraved Full Page FIRST BOOK printed using Caslon Roman Type BOOKPLATE - Rev Dr William Wotton (Subscriber, theologian, author, linguist and friend of Newton and Pemberton) London 1728 FIRST EDITION NEWTON, SIR ISAAC. - (1643-1727) - Pemberton, Henry (1694-1771) A View of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy, bound with a Dedication to the Noble and Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, and a Poem on Sir Isaac Newton. Original calf leather binding with leaves mostly clean and crisp. Engraved title page with vignette of an observatory within a border of instruments. Twelve (12) full page folding plates (163 figures) and historiated initials throughout engraved by J. Pine after J. Grison. Armorial designs of Sir Robert Walpole included to whom the work is dedicated. Complete with Poem on Sir Isaac Newton by R. Glover (15pp) and Subscriber's Names (16pp. including Isaac Newton's 12 books). Henry Pemberton, a physician who studied under Boerhaave was a member of the Royal Society to which he contributed many papers. His ability in mathematical problems impressed Newton who consequently employed him to superintend the third and definitive edition of his Principia Mathematica, 1726. The preface contains Pemberton's recollections of Newton, especially in his old age. Pemberton's View of Sir Isaac Newton's Phi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquarian-collections [Charleston, South Carolina, US]
2019-05-21 07:33:35
Doppelmayr, Johann Gabriel
1728. Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr (Nürnberg 1677 - 1750) war deutscher Astronom und Professor für Mathematik in Nürnberg. Zu seinen Lebzeiten war er vor allem als Mathematiker bekannt. Er gab wichtige Werke zur Instrumentenkunde heraus und übersetzte einige Fachbücher ins Deutsche.- Eine Tafel mit Einriss (7 cm), Titel mit kleinem, hinterlegtem Ausriss. Dritte Eröffnung der neuen Mathematische (!) Werck-Schule/ Nicolai Bion, in welcher Die Zubereitung und der Gebrauch verschiedener Astronomischen Instrumenten beschrieben wird. Nürnberg, Monath, 1728. Mit Titelvign. und 20 gefalt. Kupfertaf. Hpgt. d. Zt. mit RTitel (Deckel erneuert). von Doppelmayr, Johann Gabriel. Autor(en) Doppelmayr, Johann Gabriel.Verlag / Jahr 1728Sprache Gewicht ca. 500 gBestell-Nr 56989Bemerkungen Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr (Nürnberg 1677 - 1750) war deutscher Astronom und Professor für Mathematik in Nürnberg. Zu seinen Lebzeiten war er vor allem als Mathematiker bekannt. Er gab wichtige Werke zur Instrumentenkunde heraus und übersetzte einige Fachbücher ins Deutsche.- Eine Tafel mit Einriss (7 cm), Titel mit kleinem, hinterlegtem Ausriss.Unser Preis EUR 533,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-05-01).
Bookseller: Danckwerth (antiquariat-schramm) [Kiel, DE]
2019-05-20 14:14:31
1728. This is a used item. Please see item description for further details. De Rapin, Paul. The History of England, As Well Ecclesiastical as Civil by Mr. De Rapin Thoyras. Knapton, London 1728-31. Fifteen volumes, complete. Octavo. Complete with 30 engraved portraits of monarchs, 11 folding genealogies and 4 folding maps. Internally crisp and clean. In fine contemporray bindings of full panelled calf with central black lozenge to the boarwds, the spine with raised bands, plain compartments, attractive red lettering pieces, all contemporary and intact. Vol 2 has a little insect damage to the edge of the upper joint, two or three spine heads worn, minor rubbing or wear commensurate with use, few joints just starting but all boards are solidly attached and this is a G-VG complete set of this important history of England, translated from the French. Most attractive looking on the shelves.
Bookseller: Neil Summersgill (neilsummersgill) [Blackburn, GB]
2019-05-18 02:12:06
HOWARD (Sir Robert)
London Printed for the Company no date c, 1728. 12mo, 152 x 95 mms., pp. [4] 5 - 96], recently recased in quarter brown morocco, cream boards, gilt spine; title-page a little soiled, but a good copy. The playwright and politician Sir Robert Howard (1626–1698) seems to have negotiated the period before the Restoration with enough skill to acquire a small fortune, but his private life was enough to earn him the soubriquet "Sir Positive At-All," an arrogant and foolish knight in Thomas Shadwell's play, Sullen Loveers. The Committee was first performed in 1662 and proved to be the most popular of all his plays. The imprint is false, and ESTC suggests that the volume was probably printed in The Hague for T. Johnson. who might have moved to Rotterdam by 1728. Copies in BL; Folger, Harvard, McMaster, Memphis; and four European libraries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
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