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        Two Dissertations Concerning Sense, and the Imagination. with an Essay on Consciousness.

      London: J.Tonson, 1728. Full leather, with raised bands, and red morocco label. The boards are badly rubbed with loss of leather to both boards, less so to the head and tail of the spine. The back board has two circular stains, one of which appears to be the shadow of a tea pot.The spine is also badly rubbed removing most of the gilt floral ornament. The front board is partially detached at the tail and there is an ownership signature on both the front paste down and the title page. In pencil, there are a series of calculations deducting 1946 from 1728 and 1905 from 1228. A previous owner read the book with passion and some words have been neatly blocked with black ink and in some cases replaced with another word. This would have happened early in the book's life. There are also gentle pencil underlinings with a side commentary, again neat and in pencil.The boards have seen better days, but internally the book is in excellent condition: A very good copy in good only boards. A first edition of this anti-Lockean work on cognition, attributed with some uncertainty to Zachary Mayne (1631-1694.) "Long overlooked, the anonymously published Two Dissertations Concerning sense and the Imagination. With all Essay on Consciousness (1728) continues mistakenly to be attributed to Zachary, Mayne. Mayne was a controversial figure at Oxford during the Commonwealth, A Socianist who was made demy of Magdalen College on the intervention of Cromwell, he hung onto his position until the Restoration. afterwards retiring to Exeter.'His later life is marked by increasing conformity and a recantation of Socinian and Arian views, to which end he published The Snare Broken: or, the Natural and Eternal Deity of the Son of God. as also of The Holy Ghost. Asserted (Oxford, 1692), His other works include St. Paul's travelling Pangs.... or a Treatise of Justification (London. 1662), Sanctification by Faith 'Vindicated (London. 1693) and a letter to the Royal Society dated 1694, in which he describes a tornado or 'Spout of Water' which occurred at sea near Exeter.' Two letters by Mayne addressed to John Newburgh appear in the Gentleman's Magazine (1794} He died in Exeter on 11 November 1694. If. as is widely supposed, the Two Dissertations did come from the hand of Mayne, then it is quite unique in his oeuvre." (Notes and Queries, Oxford Journal, June 2000) . First Edition. Full-Leather. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Statuum Maroccanorum, Regnorum nempe Fessani, Maroccani, Tafiletani et Segelomessani.

      1728. Incisione in rame di mm 490x570, colorata d'epoca, arricchita con bellissimo cartiglio in alto a sinistra. In basso due vedute rispettivamente delle città di Marocco e di Mequinetz. La carta comprende anche le Canarie e le isole di Madera e Porto Santo J.B. Homann nasce a Norimberga nel 1663; lavora inizialmente per David Funk e per Giacomo Sandrart e finchè all'inizio del '700, nel 1702, inizia una propria produzione cartografica, raggiungendo ben presto un notevole successo per l'eleganza e la modernità, ben amalgamando aspetto scientifico e decorativo. Nel 1707 pubblica il primo atlante, arricchendolo rapidamente fino a superare il centinaio di carte con il ''Grosser Atlas" di 126 carte. Muore nel 1723. Bell'esemplare con piega all'angolo superiore destro, restauri a strappi marginali e all'estemità della piega centrale che presenta rinforzi al verso.

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        Giro del mondo. Nuova edizione accresciuta, ricorretta e divisa in nove volumi, con un indice de' viaggiatori e loro opere. Tomo sesto contenente le cose più ragguardevoli vedute nella nuova Spagna. Venezia, presso Sebastiano Coleti, 1728

      Coleti Sebastiano, 1728. in - 8, pp (4), 292, (12) di indice alfabetico, con 11 tavole (su 14 complessive) di cui 2 ripiegate. Tutte le incisioni sono opera di A. Magliar. Legatura coeva in p. pergamena, titolo in oro su tassello al dorso. Solo sesto volume, quello dedicato alla Nuova Spagna, ovvero al Messico, della strabiliante relazione dell'avventuroso viaggio intorno al mondo compiuto tra il 1693 e il 1698 dall'autore, giurista di origine napoletana. Partito dalla Calabria, il suo itinerario toccò dapprima Sicilia e Malta, per poi approdare in Persia, Medio - Oriente, India, Cina, Filippine. Attraverso il Pacifico si diresse poi in Messico e America Centrale, per ripartire infine, attraverso l'Atlantico, verso l'Europa (Spagna, Francia e di nuovo Italia). I sei volumi di cui si compone l'opera sono dedicati rispettivamente a Turchia, Persia, Indostan, Cina, Filippine, Nuova Spagna. Il vivido resoconto del viaggio è arricchito dalle numerose tavole incise che raffigurano persone, usanze, costumi, piante e mappe dei vari luoghi visitati. Questa sesta parte è particolarmente interessante, tra le tavole di maggiore interesse si ricordano infatti il calendario su tavola più volte ripiegata, il ritratto di Montezuma assiso su trono ai cui piedi vi è un teschio e diverse raffigurazioni di soldati mexicani con curiose armi. Sabin 26851: "The part relating to South America, New Spain, etc., is very curious". Buon esemplare, ma mancante di una tavola ripiegata e di una tavola a piena pagina.

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        Summa jurisprudentiae sacrae universae, seu Jus Canonicum, secundum quinque Decretalium Gregorii Papae IX...

      Georgi Schluter et Martini Happach, 1728. Due parti in un volume in - folio (cm. 33), pp. (16) 685; 430 (28). Splendida antiporta interamente figurata e frontespizio in rosso e nero. Solida legatura coeva in piena pelle di scrofa decorata a secco, dorso a nervi con titoli manoscritti. Supralibro centrale impresso ad entrambi i piatti, Fermagli metallici intatti, tagli colorati. Esemplare in perfetto stato, la cui legatura risulta impeccabilmente conservata.

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        Vitus Pichler ... Summa Jurisprudentiae sacrae universae, seu Jus canonicum, secundum quinque Decretalium Gregorii Papae IX.

      sumptibus Georgii Schlüter & Martini Happach, 1728. in - folio 2 parti in 1 tomo

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        Two Treatises of Government:

      London: A. Bettesworth, J. Pemberton and E. Symon,, 1728. in the former, the false principles and foundation of Sir Robert Filmer, and his followers, are detected and overthrown. The latter, is an Essay concerning the true original, extent, and end of Civil Government. The fifth edition. Octavo (196 x 118 mm). Contemporary speckled calf, red morocco label, two-line blind ruled border on sides enclosing floriate roll tool border, floriate corner pieces, red speckled egdes. Contemporary armorial bookplate of Basil Beridge. An excellent copy, clean and crisp, with the terminal advertisement leaf. A lovely copy of one of Locke's principal works, first published in December 1689 (the title page is dated 1690), and conceived as a vindication of the Revolution of 1688-9, which had "saved the Nation when it was on the very brink of Slavery and Ruine" (Locke's preface). This was the only edition to appear "during the half-century from the death of Queen Anne (1714) to the end of the Seven Years' War (1763)... except in editions of the collected works" (ODNB).

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        Commentarii academiae scientiarum imperialis Petropolitanae. [Et] Novi commentarii... [tomes I à IX]

      Petropoli, Typis Academiae [Scientarum], 1728 - 1764. 23 volumes in - 4, planches gravées sur cuivre basane de l'époque, dos à nerfs à l'imitation, avec pièces de titre anciennes, tranches rouges 1728 - 1764, 1728 - 1764, , 23 volumes in - 4, planches gravées sur cuivre, basane de l'époque, dos à nerfs à l'imitation, avec pièces de titre anciennes, tranches rouges, Tout ce qui a paru des Commentaires de l'Académie impériale des sciences de Saint - Pétersbourg, soit 14 volumes pour les années 1726 à 1744 - 1746 (publiées entre 1728 et 1751). Nous y ajoutons les 9 premiers volumes de la suite, les Nouveaux commentaires, correspondant aux années 1747 - 1748 à 1762 - 1763 ; publiés entre 1750 et 1775, ces Novi Commentarii comprenaient en tout 20 volumes ; ils deviennent les Acta Academiae à partir de 1777. Nous avons donc, en édition originale, les 37 premières années de ce journal, qui fut la toute première revue savante de Russie. Elles sont illustrées de nombreuses planches repliées, gravées sur cuivre (7 planches sont manquantes). Organes de la jeune Académie des sciences de Saint - Pétersbourg, fondée par Pierre le Grand en 1724, les Comentarii et Novi Commentarii comprennent les publications originales en latin des plus grands savants du temps, mathématiciens, physiciens, biologistes, astronomes, géographes, etc, qui avaient été invités à venir y travailler et y enseigner ; parmi eux, on retient en premier chef Leonhard Euler, qui n'a pas publié moins de 140 travaux originaux entre 1728 et 1764 et Daniel Bernoulli (30 travaux originaux). Bel ensemble, provenant de la bibliothèque du duc de Talleyrand, avec étiquettes et cachets ex - libris du château de Valençay. Restauration habile des plats et dos refaits à l'imitation. Rousseurs et mouillures dans quelques volumes. Quelques cachets rouges de la bibliothèque de l'Institut catholique de Paris apposés au recto de certaines planches, avec léger débordement sur le cuivre. Planches manquantes : Commentarri I : sans les deux cartes du Caucase. Commentarri II : sans la planche 21. Commentarri IV : sans les planches 21 et 29. Commentarri IX : sans la planche 16 (carte de Russie). Novi Commentarri VII : sans la planche 18 correspondant au tableau "Comparatio thermometrorum maxime usitatorum"

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        Topographia ducatuum Carinthiae, et Carnioliae [...]. Cum in Alma, ac Celeberrima Universitate Graecensi [...] promotore R. P. Antonio Erber, è Soc. Jesu [...].

      Wien, Maria Theresia Voigt, 1728. Kl.-8°. 2 Bll., 160 S., 4 Bll., Ldr. d. Zt. m. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Rotschnitt. Erstausgabe dieser seltenen und frühen Topographie von Kärnten und Krain des Jesuiten Anton Erber (1659-1746), der in Graz und Wien Philosophie und Theologie lehrte. - Seine beiden geographischen Hauptwerke „Topographia ducatus Styriae“ und „Topographia ducatuum Carinthiae et Carniolae“ sind alphabetisch nach Orten geordnete Topographien. Nach einer geographisch-historischen Einleitung wird ein kurzer geschichtlicher Überblicke der Städte und Ortschaften gegeben. - Einband etw. berieben u. lichtrandig. Vorderdeckel m. Spur eines entf. Bibl.-Schildchens. Durchg. etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. Hinteres Vorsatzbl. mit kl. Eckabriß. - De Backer/S. III, 404, 3; ADB VI, 185. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Erber, Topographia ducatuum Carinthiae, et Carnioliae, Jesuiten, Kärnten, Krain, Topographie, ducatus

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        Description abrégée des Principales Régions de la Terre. Tirée des plus fameux Voyageurs pour servir d'Introduction à la Géographie.

      (Paris, Langlois, 1728). - in-8. 103pp. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné, triple filet doré sur les plats, armoiries dorées au centre, fleurs de lys aux angles, tranches dorées (Reliure de l'époque légèrement restaurée). Edition originale de cette description entièrement gravée des 5 continents, rédigée par un ancien Capitaine d'Infanterie. Le texte de chaque feuillet est inséré dans un encadrement et gravé en caractères d'écriture. Exemplaire de présent unique, relié aux armes d'Anne Auguste de Montmorency, Prince de Robecq et Grand d'Espagne. Il contient sur des feuillets blancs préliminaires un long texte autographe de l'auteur dans lequel il lui offre l'exemplaire en ces termes : "A qui mieux adresser qu'à votre Altesse le fruit de mes veilles dans une description généralle des principales nations des quatre parties du monde que j'ai fait graver, relier, armorier pour avoir, Monseigneur, l'honneur de vous le présenter ". On trouve à la suite, également de la main de l'auteur, cinq pages de poésies à la louange du dédicataire, membre de l'illustre famille des Montmorency. Anne-Auguste de Montmorency, Prince de Robecq (1680-1745), était Grand d'Espagne, chevalier de la Toison d'Or et lieutenant général du roi d'Espagne Philippe V, pour lequel il remporta, notamment, une victoire à Gérone. Cet exemplaire unique offre notamment la particularité d'avoir été privé de l'adresse et de la date d'impression figurant au titre, certainement dans le but de marquer le caractère privé de l'exemplaire en supprimant toute référence commerciale. Les exemplaires ordinaires comportaient par ailleurs des cartes gravées qui ne sont pas présentes ici, soit qu'elles n'aient pas encore été gravées au moment où l'auteur fit don de cet exemplaire, soit qu'il n'ait pas jugé utile de joindre à son cadeau des cartes géographiques qui n'étaient pas son œuvre. Bel exemplaire (quelques habiles restaurations) provenant de la bibliothèque du célèbre philosophe et bibliophile Jean Furstenberg, grand collectionneur de reliures, avec son ex-libris collé au verso du premier plat. Olivier, pl. 810. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Rapin of Gardens. A Latin Poem. In Four Books. Englifh'd by Mr. Gardiner.

      London Printed for Bernard Lintot, at the Cross-Keys between the Temple Gates, Fleetstreet, M.DCC.XXVIII 1728 The third edition, revised and finish'd. 8vo, liii, [1], 200, [10], with a frontispiece of Gardiner, one folding copperplate engraving of a parterre and 4 full-page engravings as frontispieces to the four books (Of Flowers, Of Trees, Of Water, The Orchard). Concluding with an extensive index to each book and a final advertisement leaf of Books printed by Bernard Lintot. [Foxon, G14; Henrey, 1255; ESTC 006405937]. Rebound recently in three-quarter calf over marbled paper-covered boards, the spine decorated in gilt, with a red title label lettered in gilt and end papers renewed. Internally, an excellent copy, the pages fresh and bright, the plates all rich impressions. "In 1706 appeared James Gardiner's translation Rapin of Gardens. Rapin's Latin poem, first translated into English during the seventeenth century by John Evelyn the younger, long remained popular, and quotations from it are to be found in many seventeenth and eighteenth century English books on gardening." [Henrey, II, p. 411]. Near Fine

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        [Emblem Book] Ouderdom, buyten leven, en hof gedachten, op zorg-vliet

      t' Amsterdam Abrah[am] van der Putte [c. 1728] Made-up volume of 7 various works, each separately paginated, by the Dutch statesman and poet, with an engraved frontispiece to the first work; a total of 63 emblematic half-page text plates of Dance of Death scenes and of court and country life, mostly by or after Adriaan van de Venne; 2 full-page engravings and 2 folding plates by C.V. Dalen after Van de Venne. 16mo; [14], 246, [2]pp; [bound with] Hof gedachten, Dat is, invallende by gelegendheyd of op 't gesichte van boomen, planten, bloemen, kruyden, en diergelyke aardgewassen, 94, [2]pp; [and] Invallende gedachten, op voorvallende gelegentheden, 82pp; [and] Koninglyke herderin, Aspasia, blyeyndig spel; 86 pp. [and] Afbeeldinge van 't huwelyck, en 't geen daer omtrent is, onder de gedaante van een fuyck, 32 pp; [and] Doodkiste voor de levendige, of zinnebeelden uyt Gods woord, 205, [3]pp; [and] Tachtig jarig leven, huyshoudinge en bedenkingen op zorgvlied, 46pp. Period half-calf, the spine in six compartments with five raised bands ruled in gilt and a title label lettered in gilt; lacking the rear FEP. Spotting and age-toning throughout, some pages well-thumbed and slightly soiled, with a neat archival repair to one plate, else Very Good or better. Very Good

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        MÉMOIRES ET AVANTURES D'UN HOMME DE QUALITÉ QUI S'EST RETIRÉ DU MONDE (6 tomes en 5 volumes, complet)

      - À Paris, chez Théodore Le Gras, chez la veuve Delaulne et à Amsterdam aux dépens de la compagnie, de 1728 à 1731. 5 volumes in-12 (17 cm x 10 cm) comprenant 6 tomes, pleine basane marbrée de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs orné, pièce de titre rouge, pièce de tomaison verte, tranches rouges, coiffes légèrement frottées, coins émoussés, reliure frottée, petits manques de cuir sur les plats, petit manque de cuir à la coiffe supérieure du tome 5, quelques mouillures dans la marge sur les premiers feuillets du tome I. Tome I et II : 2 feuillets, 274 pages, 1 feuillet, 262 pages, 1 feuillet. Page 165 : petite restauration et manque de papier dans la marge. Tome III : 1 feuillet, 372 pages. Tome IV : 1 feuillet, 234 pages.Tome V : 356 pages. Tome VI : 330 pages. Les tomes 5 et 6 sont imprimés à Amsterdam. Antoine François Prevost, plus connu sous le nom d'Abbé Prevost (1697-1763) est un romancier, homme d'Eglise, historien, et journaliste français. Bon exemplaire de cette seconde édition, avec un ex-libris de Cournault. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Principia philosophiae, more geometrico demonstrata; cum excerptis ex epistolis philosophi et scholiis quibusdam ex historia philosophica (curavit M. G. Hansch). Accedunt theoremata metaphysica de proprietatibus quibusdam entis infiniti et finiti mundique existentis perfectione, ex philosophia Leibnitiana pariter selecta . nec non meditatio philosophica de unione mentis et corporis denuo edita. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      - Frankfurt u. Leipzig, P. C. Monath, 1728. 4to. 8 Bl., 188 S., 17 Bl.; 1 Bl., 36 S. Pergament d. Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel (etwas fleckig). Erste lateinische Buchausgabe von Leibniz' "Monadologie", mit kommentierenden Bemerkungen des Herausgebers. Die Monadologie war bereits 1720 in einer deutschen Übersetzung erschienen, lateinisch zuerst 1721 in den Acta eruditorum. Der französische Originaltext wurde erstmals 1840 gedruckt. Die Auszüge aus den Briefen Leibnizens an den Herausgeber, den Philosophen, Logiker und Mathematiker Michael Gottlieb Hansch, im Erstdruck. - Ravier 381; Müller 1940; Faber du Faur 1541; Ueberweg III, 304. - Durchgehend stark gebräunt u. braunfleckig.

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        Compendio de Noticias Mexicanas en la impression de las Gazetas de Mexico, que a imitacion de las cortes de la Europa, se imprimen cada mes, y estas corresponden desde el año de 1728, 729, 7 730

      1728 - The first periodical of Mexico of substance, printed in Mexico; and amongst the earliest published in Spanish America. [1728 – 1731]. Mexico. Joseph Bernardo de Hogal. In 4to (200 mm x 144 mm). 1 [blank] + [12] + 3-295 pp., wanting 11 ff. [Index] and 1 ff. of Issue 1. Contemporary vellum, a little worn, ties present as fragments, spine lettered in ink and with identifying sticker. Minor damp staining to first leaves, early ownership inscriptions on endpapers and title page. First edition. Extremely rare run of issues 1 to 37 of the Gazeta de Mexico, covering the period from January 1728 to December 1730; evidently intended as a volume in itself, it was issued with a collective title page, and preliminaries. These are the first numbers; itself, this volume is complete, as issued published under a general title, collating as the copy held at the Biblioteca Nacional de Mexico (OCLC 651344778) and the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. The newspaper, modeled after the European ones, ran with the title of Gazeta until 1739, when it changed it´s name –and printer- for Mercurio de Mexico, running from 1740 to 1742. This is only the second periodical of Mexico, and the first of substance, preceded only by a short run in the 1720´s: “Gaceta de Mexico, y noticias de Nueva España”, which only lived through 6 numbers, during 1722; “First Mexican newspaper” (Medina, referring to the 1722 Gazette). Hogal makes a reference to the earlier version of the Gazette, claiming it´s author was Juan Ignacio de Castorena y Ursua. “Extremely rare and curious, being a collection of the first regular newspaper established in Spanish America” (Sabin). Provenance: from the library of Dr. Michael Mathes, small stamps “MM” on verso of title and pp. 52. Medina, Mexico, 2979. Palau, 285011. Sabin, 48483. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The History of Japan: Giving an Account of the ancient and present State and Government of that empire; ... with a Description of the Kingdom of Siam. (2 Volumes)

      London: Printed for the Publisher, and sold by Thomas Woodward and Charles Davis., 1728 Volume I: Engraved title - (12p) - [lii] - 391 pages - (5p); Volume II: (4p) - 393-612 pages - 75 pages - (1p) - (2p) - 11 pages - (5p) - (6p) - (1f, blank), illustration: additional engraved title-page (dated 1727), 45 engraved plates and maps (all but one folding), woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces. COMPLETE. Plate XVIII is placed between plates II and III; plate VIII is placed between plates XVII and XIX; plate XXXIII is placed between plates XXXVII and plate XXXVIII; plate XLII in volume II misprinted as XXII. Full leather binding in very good condition. Inside pages are in very good condition, unmarked, clean and tight. Second edition of Kaempfer's great work on Japan, which remained for more than a century the chief source of Western knowledge of that country. Kaempfer had died in 1716, but Sir Hans Sloane acquired his manuscripts and saw to their translation (by Johann Caspar Scheuchzer) and publication. The resulting work contains the first biography of Kaempfer, an account of his journey, descriptions of Japan and its fauna, and an appendix on tea, paper, acupuncture, moxa, ambergris and Japan's seclusion policy. The first edition was published in 1727. Cordier, Japonica 413; Nissen BBI 1019. Photos available upon request. 5 kg.

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        L'histoire des nobles prouesses et vaillances de Gallien restauré, fils du noble Olivier le Marquis, & de la belle Jacqueline, fille du roy Hugon, empereur de Constantinople.

      Troyes: Chez Pierre Garnier (Bibliothèque Bleue), 1728 Sans date (entre 1728 et 1738). In-4 [160 x 215 mm], non paginé (133 pages), vélin rigide de l'époque, dos à nerfs (petites restaurations angulaires aux 2 premiers feuillet, oxydation habituelle du papier). Signatures : A-Q4, R3. Plus de 30 bois dans le texte, dont quelques uns réutilisés à plusieurs reprises. Rare édition de colportage de ce roman de chevalerie anonyme, issue de l'officine de Pierre I Garnier (1662-1738), avec permission royale datée du 21 mai 1728 ; elle emploie des bois de provenances et de styles divers. Le roman conte les aventures de Gallien, enfant illégitime, qui parvient après moult embûches à se faire reconnaître de son père et à hériter du trône de Constantinople en tant qu'unique héritier de sa mère. RARE. Le WorldCat ne liste aucun exemplaire de cette édition! Photos disponibles sur demande

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        Relação diaria da expugnação, e rendimento da praça de Bicholym em 27 de Mayo de 1726.

      Lisbon, Na Officina de Miguel Godrigues [@sic], 1728. - 4°, disbound. Woodcut Portuguese royal arms on title-page. Typographical headpieces, woodcut headpiece and initial, woodcut tailpiece. Some stains, mostly small and very light, but a bit more pronounced on the title-page. Overall in good to very good condition. Eighteenth-century ink inscription of "António dos Santos" on p. 35. (2 ll.), 38 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION. Eyewitness account written by the sargeant-major who commanded the infantry in this successful action in Bicholim, north of Goa, under João Saldanha da Gama, viceroy of India from 1725 to 1732. It includes an account of the actions by the local ruler that provoked the attack (mostly interfering with merchants), the names of the Portuguese commanders, and the military details of the action, which continued over several weeks.Beginning on p. 31 is the "Tratado da Paz, que o excellentissimo Senhor João de Saldanha da Gama, Vi-Rey, e Capitão General da India, concede a Fonddu Saunto Sar-Dessay das terras de Quddale por lha pedir com instancia, promettendo de a guardar inviolavelmente." The treaty includes provisions that the rulers will not allow merchants in this kingdom to be molested; that the rulers will not trade with Arabs who are enemies of the Portuguese; that the rulers will return all the Kaffirs stolen from the Portuguese; and that the rulers will pay an annual tribute of 2 Arabian horses. Sar-Dessay's agreement to each provision is given afterwards (pp. 34-35), and further conditions are on pp. 36-37.Saldanha da Gama became famous for his many victories over the Bounsoló. Ribeiro Coutinho notes at the end that the rulers of Sunda and Canara were so impressed with the outcome of this campaign that they approached the viceroy asking for peaceful relations.The author also fought in the War of the Spanish Succession, went on an expedition to Corfu in 1716, and fought in the battle of Belgrade the following year. He went to India in 1723 in the capacity of a sergeant major and served as @alcaide-môr of Baçaim. In 1735 he was a Lieutenant Colonel at the Nova Colonia do Sacramento in present-day Uruguay. He died at Rio de Janeiro in 1751, having achieved the rank of Colonel of an infantry regiment. Ribeiro Coutinho wrote another important work, on military theory, published posthumously in two volumes in 1751, sumptuously printed and dedicated to Gomes Freire, to whose entourage he had belonged: @O Capitão de infanteria portuguez. Other works include @Prototypo constituido das partes mais essanciaes de hum general perfeyto, delineado em o perfeytissimo general, & Governador das Armas Portuguezas em a Provincia de Alem-Tejo, o Senhor Pedro Mascarenhas . (1713).*** Barbosa Machado I, 172; on the author, see also IV, 19. Innocencio I, 68 (without mention of the preliminary leaves; citing the copy in the BN, Lisboa). @Bibliotheca Boxeriana 562. Figanière 893. Coimbra, @Miscelâneas 7108, 7949. Not in Scholberg, @Bibliography of Goa and the Portuguese in India. Not in Palha. Porbase locates only one copy, in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in Library of Congress Online Catalog. Not located in Hollis. Not located in Orbis. Not located in Melvyl. Copac repeats the copy in the British Library. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Manuscript - Land Conveyance - Relation to Isaac Newton - Durham Colony

      Connecticut, 1728. Durham, Colony of Connecticut, 18 January 1728. Manuscript land deed in which Abner Newton, of the extended Newton family lineage connected to Sir Isaac Newton, is conveying, as a gift, a parcel of land which he inherited from his mother, to Connecticut pioneer and army captain Ebenezer Garnsey. Signed in the original by Abner Newton, as well as James Wadsworth Sr. and his son James Wadsworth Jr. who witness the witness the transaction. Also with an original royal red wax seal of King George II, and clerical annotations to verso, also dated 18 January 1728. 8vo. 1 page, single leaf measuring approximately 19 x 31 cm. Cracks to seal, otherwise in very good condition, beautifully preserved, a rare original manuscript document from colonial New England. A clerical annotation made and signed by James Wadsworth Jr., indicates that this document was "Recorded in the 4th book of Records in Durham, foli: 66." This may, however, be the only original and complete copy of this deed as none are held at the State Archives of Connecticut. A rare and significant colonial New England document bearing a notable Newton signature - excellently preserved for nearly three centuries! This is an early manuscript deed made and signed by Abner Newton, a wealthy landowner, of the extended Newton family lineage connected to Sir Isaac Newton. In addition, the deed is signed and annotated by James Wadsworth Sr. (died in 1756), a Durham founder whose family dominated local politics for over 80 years, wielding considerable influence throughout Connecticut. He was town clerk for 49 years, a Justice of the Peace for 40 years, and a Colonel in the militia. A further signature we find is that of James Wadsworth Jr., then clerk for the court, later a lawyer and administrator who undertook several judicial positions during his father's early tenure. Three years previous to the sale of land described in the present document, on 7 November 1725 Newton had sold from the homestead two acres on the southwest corner, with a house, to Ezra Baldwin. The latter is mentioned herein and aids in locating the property. Excerpts from the manuscript: "Know all men by these presents that I Abner Newton of Durham of New Haven in his Majesties Colony of Connecticut in New England for and in consideration of a valuable sum... and firmly made... land is being gn [given] away of swopp or exchange by Ebenezer Garnsey..." "... I the Sr[?] Abner Newton do hereby acknowledge and do therefore Acquit Discharge and Exonerate the Sr[?] Gernsey his heirs... I Abner Newton do hereby absolutely & fully give grant bargain sell convey and confirm unto the Sr[?] Gernsey his heirs and assigns forever a certain piece or parcel of land lying and being in Durham being bounded as followes: Westwardly on Sr[?] Newtons land and Ezra Baldwin, Eastwardly on Lands belonging to David Baldwin and John Camp, Northerly by a highway and Southwardly on a highway Containing by estimation six acres..." "... I Lawful owner of the above granted parcel of Land... in my own proper right as a good perfect & absolute estate of inheritance... I have in myself full power and Lawful authority to Grant and Confirm the same..." "... by these presents... Sr[Sir?] Gerney his heirs and assigns shall... forever hereafter by force and virtue... Lawfully peacefully and Quietly have hold of & Occupy possess and enjoy... premises with the appurtenances free & clear and freely and clearly acquitted & discharged of all from all manner of former gifts grants bargains sales mortgages gifts dowries..." "J. Wadsworth... is my hand and seal, this seventh day of January and in the Second year of his Majesty's Reign King George the Second..." End excerpts. Connected to Sir Isaac Newton through ancestral lineages in medieval England, Abner Newton (1699-1769) was born in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, the son of Captain Samuel Newton (1646-1708) and Sarah (née Welch) Newton. His grandfather was the reverend Roger Newton who died 7 June 1683 in Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut. His great-grandfather's name was Samuel Newton. In 1724 he married Mary Burwell and immediately the couple moved to Durham. Newton made several real estate purchases, acquiring extensive holdings over the next forty years, and subsequently becoming one of the wealthiest men in the Township. A few transactions, both sales and purchases were made with Ebenezer Garnsey(1702-1785) who was the first Captain of the first train-band army regiment in Durham [sometimes his surname is seen as Guernsey]. Newton's mother, Sarah Welch Newton, had inherited property from her father, Thomas Welch, and in 1723, signed a deed giving a considerable portion of it to him. Mary Burwell, at the time of her marriage to Abner Newton, also had property of her own, part of a house and land in Milford, which she sold at the time of their removal to Durham. The deed is dated 18 June 1724. Transactions such as this one, between Newton and Garnsey, are described in "The Garnsey Family Genealogy," published in 1979 by Gateway Press. In one of the deeds Abner Newton's profession is a "cordwainer." In one of the deeds his is selling a property with a mill, evidently having decided try his hand farming, and to this end, in May of 1731, purchasing for £350 two parcels of land with a barn in Haddam, near the Middletown line, from Samuel Fenn. This is the farm now owned by his great-great-grand-son Jonathan Edward Newton. One of the most influential scientists of all time, Sir Isaac Newton Kt, PRS (1642-1726/27) has relatives in America that can be traced to associations with Cotton Mather in Boston, and also to several radical religious movements in both Massachusetts and Connecticut. His father was also Isaac Newton, his grandfather was Robert Newton, a descendant of Sir John Newton of Westby, Lincolnshire, who owned a small manor house in Woolsthorpe, where Sir Isaac would be born in 1642. . Very Good.

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        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.

      London: Printed: And Sold by Andrew Millar, at Buchanan's Head, against St. Clement's Church in the Strand, 1728. Full Contemporary calf, in blindstamped Cambridge Panel, shows wear and age. Front joint split, but holding by the five raised band cords. The Sewn Binding is otherwise uncompromised, and tight. Internally clean and bright. Collated, and complete, with Engraved Frontis. All margins full (pages uncropped). 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 issue, utilizing the original, poor selling, 1727 First edition sheets, with New Rubricated Title page as called for. Original previous owner, dated "January 1737/38." to top edge. Very Good Antiquarian condition, in original binding with original leather title spine label.. First Edition, Second Issue. Full-Leather. Very Good. Illus. by Van Gucht Sculp. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Traité Des Ponts

      andré Cailleau, Paris 1728 - Traité des ponts où il est parlé de ceux des Romains et de ceux des modernes, tant de ceux de maçonnerie, que de charpente; et de leur disposition en toute sorte de lieux.etc. Un volume avec Frontispice, titre, 3ff. non chiffrés, portrait, 416pp., 26 pl. de ponts et 4 pl. de géométrie. soit 30 pl. en tout. ( restauration ancienne, à la coiffe sup. mouillure claire en fin d' ouvrage.) Reliure plein veau brun de l' époque, dos à nerfs orné, frotté. Pièce de titre havane. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historia Ducum Styriae. In tres Partes divita, augustissimo Romanorum Imperatori Carlo VI. Germaniae, Hispaniae, hungariae, Bohemiae. Regi, Archi duci Austriae, duci Styriae,. - Principi, ac Domini Clementissimo, Dum auspicatissimum Kalendis Octobribus Natalem Diem, Graecii ageret, in debiti Honoris aeternum Monumentum dicata, dedicataque Ab Archi-Ducali & Caesareo Collegio & Academia Graesareo - 3 Teile in 1 Band.

      Graecii, Literis Haeredum Widmanstadii, 1728 - 4 Bl., 185, 123, 84, 10 Seiten mit zahlreichen Vignetten, Titelkupfer von A. und J.Schmüzer, 22 Kupfertafeln von Ch. Dietell, 32,5 x 21,5 cm, Neuer Halbledereinband, etwas randfleckig, 1.Teil mit einem Wasserrand im rechten unteren Eck, 3.Teil am oberen Schnitt wasserrandig und kl. Einrisse, insgesamt guter und sauberer Zustand. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Chronik der steirischen Herzöge von Ottokar I. zu Kaiser Joseph I. Verfaßt wurde dieses wichtige Werk zur steirischen Geschichte im Auftrag des Grazer Jesuitenkollegs als Geburtstagsgeschenk für Kaiser Karl VI Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2100 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Gloriosa electorum ducum Saxoniae busta, Oder Ehre Derer Durchlauchtigsten und Hochgebohrnen Chur-Fürsten und Hertzoge zu Sachsen Leichen-Grüffte, Bestehend in denen auf Ihr Absterben gehaltenen und verfertigten Leichen-Predigten, Lateinischen und Teutschen Lob-Reden, Epitaphien, Epicedien, Begräbniß-Müntzen, und (.) Bildnissen; zu Erhaltung Ihres glorwürdigsten Ehren-Gedächtnisses ( ), mit denen mangelnden Curriculis Vitae, oder Lebens-Läufften aus bewährten Scribenten vermehret, und mit vollständigen Registern versehen. 3 Tle. in 1 Bd.

      Dresden, Zimmermann und Gerlach, 1728 - Kl.-4°. Mit gestoch. Frontispiz und 14 gestoch. Porträts. 11 Bl., 1931 (recte 1951) S., 34 Bl. Erste Ausgabe dieser umfassenden Sammlung. - Die Kollation springt von S. 208 auf S. 227 und von S. 952 auf S. 955, nach S. 1258 ein unpag. Blatt. - Bemmann/Jatzwauk I/1, 74. - Spiegel dezent gestempelt. Schönes Exemplar einer Adelsbibliothek, mit deren Exlibris. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1300 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Analecta Hassiaca, darinnen allerhand zur hess. Historie, Jurisprudentz und Litteratur behörige Urkunden, Abhandlungen und Nachrichten mitgetheilet werden.

      Müller;, Marburg: 1728 - Collectio I-IV (von insges. IX) in 1. Marburg: Müller; 1728-1730. 17,5 x 10,5 cm. 4 Bl., 220 S.; 26 S., S. 221-434, 16 Bl.; 3 Bl., 244 S., 2 Bl.; 8 Bl., S. 245-474, 5 Bl. Mit 1 gestoch. Tafel und 3 gefalt. Stammtafeln. Schmuckloses Pergament. Einband etwas berieben und schwach gebogen. Sonst ordentliches und solides Exemplar. Sprache in Deutsch und Latein. Teil 1 und 2 ("Collctio I + II") tls. in lateinischer Sprache mit dem Titel: "Partim ex. Mss. eruta Partim Typis Jam Excusa sed rarius obvia. Collegit Observationes Praevias & Indices necessarios adjecit Joh.Phil.Kuchenbecker." Ab Beiträge über hessische Münzen u. zahlr. Arbeiten zur politischen Geschichte u. Rechtsgeschichte etc. Insgesamt erschienen 12 Teile. - Beigebunden: Derselbe. Vita Hermanni Vulteji, JCti. ex monumentis fide dignis, ut plurimum in editis deprompta et ad illustrandam historiam Hassiacam. Accedit Appendix duplex. (Beigebunden der zweiteilige Anhang: I.: Joannis Antrechti: De vita et obitu Justi Vulteii in Academia Marburgensi Hebraicae Linguae Professoris Ordin. & Paedagogiarchae, anno MDLXXV. ultima Martii defuncti, commentatio. II. Hermanni Vulteji et Clarissimorum vivorum ad ipsum epistolae XX. ut plurimum nondum editae.). 6 Bl., 224, 120 S. Mit 3 gefalteten genealogischen Tabellen. Gießen 1731. - Erste Ausgabe. Biographie von Hermann Vultejus (1565-1634), des berühmten Juristen und Philologen in Marburg. Der Verfasser Johann Philipp Kuchenbecker (1703-1746) war als Regierungsarchivar und Bibliothekar in Kassel tätig. Sprache: Deutsch, Latein Einband etwas berieben und schwach gebogen. Sonst ordentliches und solides Exemplar. Sprache in Deutsch und Latein. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Villas Of The Ancients

      London: Printed for the Author, 1728. First edition, first issue. Hardcover. Housed in fine modern cloth clamshell box with leather spine labels.. (VIII), 130 pages. Folio, 57 x 39 cm. Ogden Codman's copy, the prominent Boston architect, with his bookplate. 13 engraved plates of which 9 are double-paged, plus 11 engravings in the text which include illustrations, head and tail pieces. Engraved plates by P. Fourdrinier. With the Latin and English text in double columns, and List of Subscribers -- including the Earls of Aylesford, Aran, Darby, Essex, Cardigan, Oxford Pembroke and the Duke of Somerset, Castell died of small pox in debtor's prison in 1728, the book distributed by his widow. Castell was the first to attempt to define "the rules that were observed in the situating and disposing of the Roman villas" and to reconstruct these villas and gardens from the descriptions left by contemporary historians, primarily Varro and Pliny the Younger. The book's particular importance lies in the history of garden design; it was instrumental in effecting the transition from the formal to the landscape garden. The Library Company of Philadelphia had a copy in 1757 and Thomas Jefferson acquired a copy by 1785. FOWLER 81. "....printed with large margins in beautiful roman and italic types...." MILLARD 11. Interior contents clean and fresh, disbound in original worn and frayed calf covered boards.

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        A Chart of the Coast of Cormandel and the Great Bay of Bengal

      James and John Knapton, London 1728 - This beautiful early sea chart of the Coromandel coast in Southeast India covers the entire eastern coast of India as well as the western coast of Burma (Myanmar) and southern Thailand. Extends from modern day Kanyakumari north to include the Ganges River Delta, the coast of Bangladesh and then south along western coast of Burma or Myanmar to Thailand. The northern parts of Sri Lanka or Ceylon are also included. The chart notes several villages and settlements along the coast. Islands, coastal features, rhumb lines and other geographical features are also noted.The Coromandel Coast was one of the most important regions for the British, Dutch, French, Danish and Portuguese during this time as much of the Indian trade was controlled through its various harbors and ports.This chart was made by Senex for the 1728 issued of "Atlas maritimus & commercialis, or, A general view of the world, so far as relates to trade and navigation". The atlas which was meant to compete with Mount and Page's popular "English Pilot", was a collaboration between some of the leading cartographers of the time, including Sir Edmund Halley, John Senex, Nathaniel Cutler, Steven Parker and Daniel Defoe. The atlas unfortunately failed to achieve commercial success as great as its rival, making this a hard-to-find map.The map is in good condition with minor wear along the original centerfold and overall toning. Map is lined with archival paper.John Senex (1678-1740) was a kind of Renaissance man of the 18th-century map world, working at times as a scholar, surveyor, engraver, astrologer, book seller and publisher of maps, atlases and globes. In a short period, he developed from an apprentice into one of the most important cartographers of the period and became a Fellow of the Royal Society of London, as well as Official Geographer to Queen Anne of Great Britain. Although well regarded for his pocket-size maps, Senex is probably best known for his globes, which display a knowledge of astronomy equal to the skill of their craftsmanship. After his death in 1740 his wife Mary continued his business and continued to produce and sell cartographic works of high quality. Together, their work represents a successful and valuable partnership in 18th-century mapmaking and publishing. Sir Edmond Halley (1656--1742) was an English astronomer, geophysicist, mathematician, meteorologist, and physicist known for computing the orbit of the eponymous Halley's Comet. He was the second Astronomer Royal in Britain after John Flamsteed. Globular Projection maps were invented by Halley, Harris and Senex. This is a wonderful example of their collaborative work. Sea Chart. Uncolored engraving.19 x 22 1/2 inches.

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        SCHWÄBISCH-HALL. "Eigentlicher Abriß deß in der Kayerl. Freyen Reichs Stadt Hall in Schwaben den 31.ten Augusti 1728 entstandenen so gar schröcklichen Brandts als eine zu deßen alda getruckter umbständl. Beschreibung gehörige Beylag". Blick von einem erhöhten Standpunkt auf die Stadt nach der Brandkatastrophe von 1728.

      - Kolorierter Kupferstich von A. Nunzer nach J.P. Meyer, um 1728, 30 x 48,5 cm (die Ansicht). Schefold 7260. - Unter der Ansicht gestochene Erklärungen 1 - 34. - Im Passepartoutausschnitt etwas gebräunt. Schönes Kolorit. - Seltenes Ereignisblatt.

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        Plantarum minus cognitarum Centuria I (-III) complectens Plantas circa Byzantium & in Oriente observatas.

      Petropoli, ex Typographia Academiae, 1728-1729. 3 parts (bound in 1 volume). 4to (255 x 210mm). (I): pp. (12), 48, with 65 engraved plates; (II): pp. (4), 46, with 50 engraved plates; (III): pp. (2), 42, (1), with 74 engraved plates. Contemporary half calf, floral gilt spine with red gilt lettered label (head of spine rubbed). Five parts were published, of which we offer the first three. A very rare and important pre-Linnaean flora, describing the plants of Constantinople and the Orient. "The author was a German botanist who accompanied Count Romanov on a mission to Constantinople, traveled extensively in Asia Minor, and was later summoned to St. Peterburg by Peter the Great. This is the first edition of this work which is generally regarded as giving the first descriptions of the plants of the coastal lands of the Black Sea, Asia Minor, and Armenia" (Johnston 661). Buxbaum became professor at the Imperial University of St. Petersburg. Complete copies are very scarce and Brunet I, 1432 says the following of this work: "On ne trouve pas facilement cet ouvrage complet". Three leaves with small marginal repair.//Nissen BBI, 309; Johnston 361.

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        Trono Mexicano, en el convento de religiosas pobres capuchinas, su construccion, y adorno en la insigne Ciudad de Mexico

      Madrid: Francisco del Hierro, 1728. First edition. Quarto, pp [24], 333, [6]. Beautiful engraved title page using printers' devices. Sabin (59627) notes: "This book contains important notices about the foundation of Mexico" It is in fact a history of the foundation (1666)and early years of the first Franciscan convent for women, Capuchinas, San Felipe de Jesus in Mexico City. In addition to a detailed history of the trials of the first 6 nuns who had come over from Spain to make this foundation, much information is also given on the construction and architecture as well of this important institution. Beristain knows nothing of the author, except that he was a franciscan of the Mexican province, centered in Mexico City. Rather scarce book, never reprinted, at auction only once (1981) in the last 25 years, and only six copies noted on OCLC. [Beristain v:124: Sabin 59627]. Binding is full contemporary vellum with ties; endpapers are from another (contemporary) book; title inked on spine. Excellent copy.

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        L'ELOGE DE LA FOLIE COMPOSE EN FORME DE DECLAMATION PAR ERASME ET TRADUIT PAR MR.GUEUDEVILLE AVEC LES NOTES DE GERARD LISTRE ET LES BELLES FIGURES DE HOLBEIN LE TOUT SUR L'ORIGINAL DE L'ACADEMIE DE BASLE - NOUVELLE EDITION .

      CHEZ FRANCOIS L'HONORE 1728 - R300113553: 234 pages - 2 gravures en noir et blanc hors texte en début d'ouvrage (collationnées) - 6 gravures dépliantes en noir et blanc (collationnées) - 73 gravures en noir et blanc dans le texte (collationnées) - tranches rosées - contre plats jaspés - signet conservé - ornements dorés autour des contre plats - dos à 5 nerfs - auteur,titre, graveurs,année et filet doré sur le dos - 9 photos disponibles. OUVRAGE EN TRES BON ETAT - NOTA : Érasme né dans la nuit du 27 au 28 octobre, en 1467 (ou en 1466, ou en 1469) à Rotterdam, comté de Hollande, et mort le 12 juillet 1536 à Bâle, est un chanoine régulier de saint Augustin, philosophe, écrivain latin, humaniste et théologien des Pays-Bas bourguignons, considéré comme l’une des figures majeures de la culture européenne. In-8 Relié plein cuir. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos à nerfs. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 840.05-XVIII ème siècle [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Compleat Housewife: or, Accomplished Gentlewoman's Companion: ...

      London J Pemberton 1728. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Rebacked with new eps. Some foxing and soiling. Remains of 3 plates, loose Second Edition Brown hardback leather cover 190mm x 130mm (7" x 5"). [vix], xv, 318pp, [ii].

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        Esame e difesa del decreto pubblicato in pudisceri da Monsignor Carlo Tommaso di Tournon Patriarcha d\'Antiochia, Commissario, e Visitatore Apostolico, con Podesta di Legato a Latere delle Indie Orientali, Impero della Cina, e Isole adjacenti. Dipoi Cardinale della S. R. Chiesa. Approvato, e Confermato con Breve dal sommo Pontifice Benedetto XIII. Presenta alla medesima Santita Sua da Fra Luigi Maria Lucino [...].

      Rom, nella Stamperia Vaticana, 1728. 4°. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz m. gest. Vignette, einigen gest. Vignetten bzw. Initialen im Text u. 2 kolor. Kupfertafeln. XX, 495 S., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. durchzogenen Bünden, goldgepr. Rückenschild u. dreiseitigem Farbschnitt. Erstausgabe dieses seltenen Werkes über Kardinal Carlo Tommaso Maillard de Tournons (1668-1710) Missionsreise nach Ostindien und China. - Einband etw. berieben u. fleckig. Oberes Kapital m. kl. Fehlstelle. Vorderdeckel m. Nummernschild. Titel gestempelt. Unterschiedlich gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Cordier, Sinica II, 918f. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Lucino, Esame e difesa del decreto pubblicato in pudisceri da Monsignor Carlo Tommaso di Tournon Patriarcha d\'Antiochia, Commissario, e Visitatore Apostolico, con Podesta di Legato a Latere delle Indie Orientali, Impero della Cina, e Isole adjacenti, Asien, Indien, Ostindien, China, Mission, Missionen, Missionsreisen

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        \" Auszug aus den Anfangs-Gründen aller mathematischen Wissenschaften \"

      Rengerische Buchhandlung Frankfurt und Leipzig Erscheinungsjahr 1728 Format 8° XII S. + 734 S. + 1 Titelkupfer + 40 ausklappbare Kupfer (teilweise etwas fleckig) mit figürlichen und mathematischen Darstellungen, hübscher Pergamenteinband der Zeit mit Rückenbeschriftungdurchgängig minimalst stockfleckig, sonst guter Zustand = S. 547 bis 612 beinhaltet Artillerie und Festungsbau mit insgesamt 5 Kupfern zumThema, ingesamt 19 mathematische Themen = Versand D: 5,00 EUR Mathematik ArtillerieFestungsbau

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        Alchymia denudata revisa et aucta, Oder das bis anhero nie recht geglaubte. Wunder der Natur, nebst angehängter. Goldischen Sande, vorstellend Welchergestalt aus unterschiedenen. mit Nahmen genannten Materien. eine Universal-Medicin, auf menschlichen Leib und zur Verbesserung der Metallen zu bereiten. Und: Derselbe. Der im guten Ruff und Auffnehmen stehenden auch zu vielen mahlen schon frisch wieder aufgelegten Alchymiae denudatae. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Leipzig und Stralsund Lochmann bzw Leipzig Strauß -27 1728 - (17,5 x 10,5 cm). (39) 202 S.; (20) 348 S. Moderner Pappband im Stil der Zeit. Komplette Ausgabe, mit dem ersten Teil in vierter und dem zweiten Teil in erster Auflage. - "Nach der Zahl seiner Bücher und der Auflagen, in welchen die meisten derselben wiederholt veröffentlicht wurden, stand E. v. N. in den ersten Decennien des vorigen (18.) Jahrhunderts bei den Deutschen Alchemisten als Schriftsteller und vermeintlicher Kenner Hermetischer Geheimnisse in Ansehen. Von ihm angegebene Processe wurden zu seiner Zeit und selbst noch später beachtet. (der) zweite Theil ist von dem ersten darin merklich verschieden, dass in ihm bei Weitem weniger auf angeblichen Versuchen Beruhendes und sie Betreffendes vorgebracht, dagegen viel mehr auf von anderen alchemistischen Schriftstellern Gesagtes Bezug genommen ist" (Kopp). - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt. Stellenweise mit schwachem Wasserrand. Die letzten Blätter mit kleiner Wurmspur in der rechten oberen Ecke, sonst gut erhalten. - Ferguson II, 127; Duveen 425 (Anm.); Kopp II, 211-13; Rosenthal BMP 627; Brüning 4013 und 3984 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Sure Method of Improving Estates, by Plantations of Oak, Elm, Ash, Beech, and other Timber-Trees, Coppice-Woods, &c. Wherein is demonstrated, the Necessity and Advantages thereof; their Manner of raising, cultivating, felling, &c. in all Kinds of Soils,

      London. Printed for Francis Clay. 1728. 8vo, 19.5cm, the first edition, [x],xx,274p., 1 folding copper engraved plate, title printed in red and black, appendix, index, in full contemporary paneled calf boards, re-backed, black ruled raised bands, boards expertly restored at the edges, crushed crimson morocco label, a fine copy (snds) - An inscription of the former owner on front fly reads "Batty Langley, Shraf Saw Mills, Sheffield, 1889". A descendant of the author, perhaps? Fussell p27. Kress S1696. "Langley, Batty (bap. 1696, d. 1751), writer on architecture, was baptized at the parish church of Twickenham, Middlesex, on 14 September 1696, the son of Daniel and Elizabeth Langley. Having been trained in his father's profession as a gardener, he moved into surveying and landscape gardening and was one of the earliest popularizers of the new irregular style advocated by Stephen Switzer in his Ichnographia Rustica (1718). Langley published a few designs for irregular gardens in his Practical Geometry (1726), but his most important work on the subject was New Principles of Gardening (1728). This contained a variety of garden plans in what he called the arti-natural' style, replete with twisted serpentine paths or meanders that prefigure Hogarth's line of beauty' and signaled the emergence of the rococo style in England. Instead of pursuing the subject he knew best, however, he turned to architecture, which was more in demand but in which he had no practical experience and very limited ability. In 1729 Langley left Twickenham for London; there he had temporary premises at Palladio's Head near Exeter Change in the Strand, from which he published A Sure Guide to Builders (1729)". DNB.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Book.

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        Relation historique d'Abissinie

      - A Paris, chez la veuve d'Antoine Urbain Coustelier & Jacques Guerin libraires, 1728. In-4 (25 x 20 cm) reliure plein veau du temps tacheté, dos à nerfs à caissons dorés et pièce de titre fauve, tranches rouges, frontispice, xiv p., 2 f. n.p., 514 pages., 4 f. de tables, bandeaux, lettrines historiées et culs de lampes, deux cartes rempliées. Coiffe inférieure manquante, coins de la reliure usés, mais reliure solide. Petits trous d'insecte en marge d'un feuillet et de la première carte, sans gravité. Une déchirure sans manque sur la seconde carte, pagination avec erreurs comme souvent (saut de la p. 178 à 183) mais sans manque de texte. 4vo full calf spoted calf binding, ribbed spine with gilt in compartments, red edges, frontispiece, [XIV], [2], 514 p., [4], head-bands, ornamented initials, tailpieces, 2 folding maps. bottom-tip missing, rubbed corners but binding holding firm. A map with small tear without loss of paper. Jerónimo Lobo (Lisbonne 1593 - 1678) prêtre jésuite portugais, missionnaire en Éthiopie il œuvra pour la conversion de l'Église copte éthiopienne au catholicisme, mais sans succès."C’est au milieu du XVIe siècle que les Jésuites arrivèrent en Ethiopie pour évangéliser, avec plus ou moins de bonheur, le pays. Certains en rapportèrent des récits de voyages, ce fut le cas du Père Jérôme Lobo (1593-1678) dont la « relation » connut une certaine célébrité puisqu’elle fut notamment traduite en français et en anglais, fut reproduite dans plusieurs recueils de voyages réalisés par des érudits de la République des Lettres et inspira le Rasselas de Samuel Jonhson, l’équivalent anglais du Candide de Voltaire." (CRLV). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        POMMERSFELDEN. "Prospect dern Stallungen gegen das Schloß". Mit Kutschen, Reitern und zahlreichen Personen staffagiert.

      - Kupferstich von J.A. Corvinus nach Salomon Kleiner bei Wolffs Erben, Augsburg, 1728, 25 x 41 cm. Pfeiffer 36887; nicht bei Lentner.

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        Deutsches Theatrum Chemicum. I., II. und III. Theil [kmpl.]. Auf welchem der berühmtesten Philosophen und Alchymisten Schrifften, Die von dem Stein der Weisen, von Verwandlung der schlechten Metalle in bessere, von Kräutern, von Thieren, von Gesund- und Sauer-Brunnen, von warmen Bädern, von herrlichen Artzneyen und von andern grossen Geheimnüssen der Natur handeln, welche bißhero entweder niemals gedruckt, oder doch sonsten sehr rar worden sind. Vorgestellet werden durch Friedrich Roth-Scholtzen. Herrenstadio-Silesium. Einzige Ausg.

      Nürnberg, bey Adam Jonathan Feißeckern 1728 - (I) 2 Bll., 26 S., mit gest. Frontispiz; 1 Bl., 680 S., mit 3 Taf. (Prager Medaillien); 1 Taf. (Raphaim Vorbothe der am Himmel der Weisen hervorbrechenden Morgenröthe); 5 Taf. (zu Basilius Valentinus); 32 S.; 350 S., mit Textholzschnitten u. Vignetten [es fehlt eine Falttaf.] / (II) 22 S., mit gest. Frontispiz u. 1 Textkupfer; 935 S., mit 2 Taf. (eine gefaltet), Textholzschnitten u. Vignetten. / (III) 46 S., mit gest. Frontispiz (John Dee) u. 1 Textholzschnitt; 960 S., mit 1 Taf. (Edward Kelly), zwei Textholzschnitten u. Vignetten, Kl.-8°, Halbpergament d. Zt. mit Rückentext (3 Bde.) Ferguson II,298ff (mit genauer Aufstellung der Schriften); Duveen 518; Caillet 9618; Mellon II,153; Neu 3566; Ferchl S.456; Kopp II,S.342; Schmieder S.517; Biedermann S.344ff. - Einzige Ausgabe der äußerst seltenen Sammlung. Enthält insgesamt 52 alchemistische u. rosenkreuzerische Abhandlungen, die tlw. vom Hrsg. Roth-Scholtz eingeleitet bzw. erläutert werden. Unter den Autoren Basilius Valentinus, Roger Bacon, Helvetius, Hautnorthon, Becher, Faber, Korndorffer, Rudolf, Sperber, Langelott, Alethophilus, Johann von Tetzen, Antonius de Abbatia, Edward Kelley, Thomas Vaughan sowie zahlreiche anonyme Traktate. Ein von Roth-Scholtz geplanter 4. Band kam nicht mehr zur Veröffentlichung. - Inhalt BAND I: Vorrede, 26 S. - (1) Joh. Franc. Buddei: Historisch- und Politische Untersuchung von der Alchemie, S.1-146. - (2) Georg Philipp Renters: Bericht von der Alchemie, S. 147-218. - (3) Wilhelm Freyh. von Schrödern: Nothwendiger Unterricht vom Goldmachen, S. 219-288. - (4) Treuhertzige Warnungs-Vermahnung [.] von einem Liebhaber der Wahrheit, S. 289-312. - (5) Leonhard Müllern: Gründlicher Bericht von der Generation und Geburt der Metallen, S. 313-330. - (6) Wahrhaffter und in der Natur gegründeter Bericht von der Generation und Regeneration der Metallen, S. 331-338. - (7) Josaphat Friedrich Hautnorthon: Dritter Anfang der Mineralischen Dinge, S. 339-390. - (8) Chrysogono de Puris: Das pontische Oder Mercurial-Wasser der Weisen, S. 391-414. - (9) Eugenii Philalethae: Die Wasser vom Aufgang, S. 415-480. - (10) Johannis Friderici Helvetii: Guldenes Kalb, S. 481-556. - (11) Johann Pordäsche: Philosophisch Sendschreiben vom rechten und wahren Steine der Weisen, S. 557-596. - (12) Johannis de Monte Raphaim: Vorbothe, der am Philosophischen Himmel hervor brechenden Morgen-Röthe, S. 597-637. - Register S. 638-652. - (13) Fr. Baslii Valentini: Triumph-Wagen des Antimonii, S. 653-680. - Vorrede S. 1-32. - Anmerkungen von Theodor Kerckring zum Triumph-Wagen des Antimonii, S. 1-330. - Register S. 331-350. --- BAND II: Vorrede, 22 S. - (14) Bened. Nicol. Petraei: Critique über die Alchymistischen Schrifften, S. 1-86. - (15) Bedencken über die Frage: Ob die Transmutatio Metallorum möglich?, S. 87-112. - (16) Responsum einer berühmten Juristen-Facultät, S. 113-118. - (17) Julii Sperbers: Isagoge, das ist Einleitung zur wahren Erkenntnüß des Drey-einigen Gottes und der Natur, S. 119-196. - (18) Pantaleonis Tumulus: Das eröffnete Hermetische Grab, S. 197-258. - (19) Pantaleonis: Alchimistische Prüffung, S. 259-312. - (20) Pantaleonis: Metallisches Zweyblat, S. 313-380. - (21) Joel Langelott: Send-Schreiben, S. 381-406. - (22) Johann Heinrich Rudloff: Gründlicher Unterricht worinnen die Amalgamatio bestehe, S. 407-430. - (23) Ders: Extra-Ordinair Bergwerck, S. 431-498. - (24) Johannis Garlandii: Compendium Alchimiae, S. 499-530. - (25) Tabula Smaragdina Hermetis, S. 531-532. - (26) M. Arnoldi de Villanova: Erklärung über den Commentarium Hortulani, S. 533-550. - (27) Send-Schreiben von der Vortrefflichkeit der Chymischen oder vielmehr Philosophischen Schrifften des hochberühmten Petri Joh. Fabri, S. 551-566. - (28) Bartholomäi Korndorffer: Beschreibung wie die Edelgesteine, S. 567-618. - (29) Joh. Joachim Becher: Oedipus Chymicus, Oder Chymischer Rätseldeuter, S. 619-822. - (30) Johannes d`Espagnet: Das geheime Werck der Hermetischen Philosophie, S. 823-912. - Register, S. 91

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        A Sure Method of Improving Estates, by Plantations of Oak, Elm, Ash, Beech, and other Timber-Trees, Coppice-Woods, &c. Wherein is demonstrated, the Necessity and Advantages thereof; their Manner of raising, cultivating, felling, &c. in all Kinds of Soils,

      London. Printed for Francis Clay. 1728.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Book 8vo, 19.5cm, the first edition, [x],xx,274p., 1 folding copper engraved plate, title printed in red and black, appendix, index, in full contemporary paneled calf boards, re-backed, black ruled raised bands, boards expertly restored at the edges, crushed crimson morocco label, a fine copy (snds) - An inscription of the former owner on front fly reads "Batty Langley, Shraf Saw Mills, Sheffield, 1889". A descendant of the author, perhaps? Fussell p27. Kress S1696. "Langley, Batty (bap. 1696, d. 1751), writer on architecture, was baptized at the parish church of Twickenham, Middlesex, on 14 September 1696, the son of Daniel and Elizabeth Langley. Having been trained in his father's profession as a gardener, he moved into surveying and landscape gardening and was one of the earliest popularizers of the new irregular style advocated by Stephen Switzer in his Ichnographia Rustica (1718). Langley published a few designs for irregular gardens in his Practical Geometry (1726), but his most important work on the subject was New Principles of Gardening (1728). This contained a variety of garden plans in what he called the arti-natural' style, replete with twisted serpentine paths or meanders that prefigure Hogarth's line of beauty' and signaled the emergence of the rococo style in England. Instead of pursuing the subject he knew best, however, he turned to architecture, which was more in demand but in which he had no practical experience and very limited ability. In 1729 Langley left Twickenham for London; there he had temporary premises at Palladio's Head near Exeter Change in the Strand, from which he published A Sure Guide to Builders (1729)". DNB. .

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        Veterum Sepulcra seu Mausolea Romanorum et Etruscorum, Inventa in Urbe Roma, Allisque Locis Celebribus...

      Lugduni Batavorum: Petrus van der Aa, 1728. Hardcover. Very Good. Contemporary half calf and paper over boards; folio (395x238mm); pp. [4] (half-title p., title-page printed in red and black, with engraved illustration), 60, plus 44 plates (some folding); collates complete. Text in Latin. Front board detached; boards and spine scuffed, and chipped along the edges. Just a little marginal worming to first few leaves; text block somewhat tanned; some light foxing, mostly confined to first and last few leaves. A nice, clean candidate for rebinding. Latin edition of a rare survey of Roman antiquities. Memorable recordings of the tomb of Cecilia Metella, the mausoleum of Hadrian, the Trajan and Antonine columns, as well as a countless number of details, decorations and carvings from various Roman monuments. Pietro Santi Bartoli (1635-1700) was an Italian engraver, draughtsman and painter. Giovanni Pietro Bellori (1613-1696) was an Italian painter and antiquarian but more famously, a prominent biographer of artists of the 17th century.

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        Finnish Gulf, St.Petersburg antique sea chart - Van Keulen.

      "Nieuwe Afteekening van de Finlandse Golf of Bodem'Large copper engraving on two sheets after Abraham Maas published by Johannes Van Keulen in 1728 or later. Original hand colouring. Size: 50 x 113 cm. Folded as issued, excellent condition.From the "Nieuwe Lichtende Zee-Fakkel"' (New Shining Sea Torch) one of the most succesful maritime atlases from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Of this atlas, first published by Johannes van Keulen in 1681, many editions and translations kept appearing until the end of the eighteenth century. Maps for the five/six volume Zee-Fakkel had been compiled by Claes Jansz. Vooght, "Geometra, Leermeester der Wis-Konst"' (surveyor and math teacher).The map was part of the atlas" first volume containing charts and sailing instructions of the North Sea, the Zuider Zee, and the coasts of Denmark and Norway up to Archangel in the north of Russia, and from the Baltic and the Finnish Gulf to St. Petersburg.Van Keulen could pride himself in being the publisher of the best updated maritime atlas available at the time.The map credits Abraham Maas (1641-1729), a Dutch surveyor who was active in the Baltic Region and also in South America (on behalf of the Dutch West India Company) at the beginning of the 18th century.Price: € 1.500,-.

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        Hesperi et phosphori nova phenomena sive observationes circa planetam veneris unde colligitur Descriptio

      Maria Salvioni, Roma 1728 - In folio ( 440 x 295 mm), pp. VIII, 92, bell'antiporta disegnato da Stefano Pozzi e inciso da Rocco Pozzi, raffigurante medaglione con ritratto di Giovanni V attorniato da figure allegoriche che sorreggono strumenti scientifici e globi, frontespizio impresso in rosso e nero con scudo coronato contenente le armi di Giovanni V, re del Portogallo, a cui l'opera è dedicata. Testatina iniziale disegnata da Pietro Rotari e incisa da Carlo Gregori raffigurante due navi con dei cherubini che tengono in mano degli strumenti scientifici, al colophon marca calcografica incisa da Carlo Gregori raffigurante un fanciullo con il capo sormontato da una stella che sorregge una torcia e un nastro sul quale vi è i motto 'Novissimus exit', bei capolettera, 10 grandi tavole f.t. di cui 4 ripiegate, 3 incisioni n.t. Cartonatura d'attesa coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Lievi macchie di umidità alle estremità degli ampi margini del frontespizio. Nel complesso bella copia in barbe. Rara e importante opera considerata il primo atlante su Venere grazie alle osservazioni compiute dall'astronomo veronese negli anni 1725 -26 utilizzando un potente telescopio costruito da Giuseppe Campiani. 'Fra le belle osservazioni contenute in questo libro sul pianeta Venere, rilevantissima è la scoperta da lui fatta della costante inclinazione dell'asse al piano dell'orbita'. (Riccardi). Il B. ipotizzò un periodo di rotazione di 24 giorni e 8 ore ( in realtà è di 243 giorni). Delle belle illustrazioni che accompagnano questo testo si segnalano la famosa incisione in mezzotinto che individua una macchia lunare e l'incisione che mostra per la prima volta la vista della valle delle Alpi con i crateri di Platone, di Aristotele e di Eudosso. Due belle tavole f.t. ripiegate illustrano i due telescopi usati per le osservazioni. Altre tavole esplicano gli studi su cio che il B. pensava fossero le machie di Venere. Riccardi I, pag.132; Graesse, I, 437; Diz. Biogr. degli Ital. p. 192-196. vol. 10. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtans., "Stralsund".

      - mit altem Teilkolorit, Kupferstich ( v. 2 Platten ) n. F.B. Werner b. J. Wolff in Augsburg, dat. 1728, 30 x 99 Fauser, Nr. 13506. Die gesuchte Ansicht, hier mit altem Teilkolorit ( Wappen, Spruchband und Legende ). - Das Blatt allseitig angerändert.

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        Suriname paskaart - Van Keulen.

      KUSTWATEREN VAN SURINAMEPas-kaart vande rivieren Commewini Suriname Suramaca Cupanama en Courantin vertoonende alle desselfs plantagie en wie deselve bezitten Alles opt naukeurigste opgestelt.Door Gerard van Keulen, ca. 1728 te Amsterdam uitgegeven in de zeemansgids "Nieuwe Groote Lichtende Zee-Fakkel"'. Afmetingen (druk) ca. 50,4 x 87,1 cm.Zeldzame zeekaart van de rivieren kusten en zandbanken van Suriname, op een schaal van ongeveer 1 : 500.000. Met inzet van een uitvergoting van de monding van de Suriname river rondom fort Zeelandia bij Paramaribo.Deze kopergravure geeft een topografische weergave van verschillende Surinaamse rivieren. Ook de naam "Kust van Guiana"' wordt gebruikt. De rivieren hebben wellicht een andere loop dan nu vanwege aanslibbing. Courantin, Rio Cupanama, Saramaca, Commewijne en Marowijne zijn te onderscheiden.De kaart vermeldt een aantal plantages - in totaal 34 - aangeduid met de namen van planters. De namen betreffen alle planters die in de periode 1671-1675 in Suriname verbleven, met dien verstande dat er in die jaren veel meer plantages waren.In een medaillon midden op de kaart wordt de uitgever Gerard van Keulen vermeld. Deze zoon van Joannes van Keulen I neemt in 1704 de taak van zijn vader over en wordt op zijn beurt lid van het gilde der boekverkopers. Gerard van Keulen (1678- 1726), was een bekwaam graveur en zorgde voor de wetenschappelijke ruggegraat van het bedrijf. Nadat hij o.a. door zijn uitstekende zeekaarten naam had gemaakt werd hij in 1714 als hydrograaf van de V.O.C. aangesteld. Met Gerard van Keulen bereikte de Hollandse zeecartografie een niet eerder gekend niveau.Prijs: € 3.750,- (incl lijst, incl 21% BTW) .

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