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      [Bookseller: Eveleigh Books]
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        The Symptoms : Nature, Cause, and Cure of a Gonorrhoea

      London : Printed for G. Strahan 1728 - London : Printed for G. Strahan, at the Golden Ball over against the Royal-Exchange, Cornhil, MDCCXXVIII. Printed by William Bowyer; his records show 750 copies printed for Strahan and Innys, with 500 additional title printed for Innys. Pp. 270 and 274 misnumbered 470 and 474 respectively. Fully re-bound in modern brown calf skin leather. Gilt lettering and decorative bands on spine. Perfect binding. Replacement endpapers. Clean, unmarked pages with minor toning to extremities. Profusely illustrated. Several folding plates. Cockburn was a writer, and physician to the Navy. Hw was made wealthy with the invention of a secret remedy against dysentery. The present book went through four English editions, of which the first two are rarities.A bright, clean, and well-restored copy of this important medical document. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sequitur Books]
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        A Compleat System of Astronomy - Vol One

      At the Green Dragon in Little Britain: J.Wilcox, 1728. The first of two volumes and containing the description and use of the Sector; the Laws of Spherical Geometry and the Projection of the Sphere Orthographically and Stereographically upon the Planes of the Meridian, Ecliptic and Horizontal; the Doctrines of the Sphere; and the Eclipses of the Sun and Moon for thirty seven years. xviii, 448pp. Charles Leadbetter taught mathematics, navigation and astronomy at the Hand and Pen, Cock Lane, London and was one of the first commentators on the work of Isaac Newton. Recently rebound in full calf to a high standard. Title page aged, and water stains to the preliminary leaves otherwise very good throughout. Scarce in its original form.. First Edition. Full Calf. Good Plus. 200x120mm.

      [Bookseller: Wadard Books]
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        Relation Historique d'Abissinie

      La Veuve d'Antoine-Urbain Co 1728 Paris - Very good in leather binding 1st Hardbound Small 4to [20] 514 2maps Lacks frontispiece, rebacked retaining original back strip. Old stamp and inscription on title page. 1st folding map conspiciously restored. Translated from the one of the original Portuguese manuscripts by Jackim Le Grand. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Book Collector, Inc.]
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        Voyage historique d'Abissinie. Traduit du portugais, continué & augmenté de plusieurs dissertations, lettres & mémoires, par M. Le Grand. (2 vols. in 12mo).

      Amsterdam, aux dépens de la Compagnie, 1728. - 2 vols. 12mo. (XVI)+346;(II)+291+(20). With engr. frontisp. & 2 fold. maps in 1st vol. Index. Hardcover. Contemp. full calf, gilt spine with raised bands & title labels. Good. (Lacks frontisp. in 2nd vol; paper somewhat browned throughout). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Charbo's Antiquariaat]
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        The sacred and prophane history of the world connected, from the creation of the world to the dissolution of the Assyrian empire at the Death of Sardanapalus, and to the Declension of the Kingdoms of Judah and Israel, under the Reigns of Ahaz and Pekah: [complete in 2 volumes]

      London : printed for R. Knaplock, and J. Tonson, 1728-30. - Physical description: 2v., plates, maps (some folding) ; 20cm. Subjects: Jewish people -- Jews -- History -- Ancient history. Notes: Title pages in red and black with double-lined borders. Headpieces and historiated initials. A third volume was published in 1737. Referenced by: English Short Title Catalog, T193628. Very good copies bound in contemporary full aniline calf, ruled in blind. Gilt-blocked leather labels on spines with some loss, particularly to label of vol. 2. Raised bands. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat worn as with age. All edges speckled. Internally, pages are quite clean and sound are considering the age of the volumes. Remains quite well-preserved overall. 2 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        The Arts of Logick and Rhetorick, Illustrated by Examples taken out of the best Authors, Antient and Modern, In all the Polite Languages. Interpreted and ExplainÕd By that Learned and Judicious CritickÉTo which are added Parallel Quotations Out of the Most Eminent English Authors in Verse and Prose: Wherein the like Observations are made on their Beauties and Blemishes in all the various Kinds of Thought and Expression.

      London: John Clark and Richard Hett.[et al.], 1728. - Bouhours (1628-1702) was a Jesuit professor of rhetoric and belles lettres at the Collge de Clermont, among others. He was a friend of Boileau, La Fontaine, La Bruyre, Racine, and Bussy-Rabutin. The present work first appeared in 1687. In the ÒAvertissementÓ to the French text, he notes that he does not intend for this work to have any connection with the Port-Royal Logic, or seek to use the methods of Aristotle or Descartes the set rules governing thinking. He sought rather to show readers how to form correct judgments in matters concerning eloquence and belles-lettres. The work consists of four dialogues between two fictional persons named Eudoxe and Philanthe, in which they ponder over what makes a literary work great. Topics discussed include truthfulness, sublimity, agreeableness, clarity and intelligibility in style. The work was immensely popular, being reprinted twenty-four times in the next hundred years and being translated into English, Latin, and German. xxxii, 232, pp, 225-418, [16, index], [2, ads] pp. Text is continuous despite pagination. Title-page in black and red. Contemporary paneled calf, rebacked to style. Gilt spine with red morocco label, edges sprinkled red. Light tape stains on front cover. Ink signature of Thomas Foxcroft (1697-1769), pastor of the Congregational Church in Boston, admired for his skills as a logician. Additional ink signature of Joseph E. Foxcroft (1773-1852), colonel, merchant, sheriff, state senator and postmaster from New Gloucester, Maine. Ink notations on back endpapers, including a index, in the hand of one of the two Foxcrofts. A good and interesting copy. First edition of this second English translation of BouhoursÕ important book. As Howell notes in Eighteenth-Century British Logic and Rhetoric, this is really more of a paraphrase of Bouhours, with added references to English writers, and as such, is almost a new work, and an important one in the history of English literary criticism. The first English edition appeared in 1705 as The Art of Criticism: or, The Method of Making a Right Judgment Upon Subjects of Wit and Learning. The translator is given as Òa person of quality.Ó The present translationÑor paraphraseÑby John Oldmixon (1673-1742) quickly eclipsed the earlier translation. The key interest lies in the fact that Oldmixon Ònot only translated belles lettres into Ôpolite Learning,Õ and specified that this phrase embraced works of history, poetry and eloquence, but he also suggested that his own title was dictated by what Bouhours had said when he called his original work a discourse on Ôboth the Arts and Logick and RhetorickÕ. Moreover, by adding copious English illustrations to those given by Bouhours in French, Italian, Latin and Spanish, and by speaking words of blame or praise for English writers, Oldmixon gave the arts of logic and rhetoric a central place in the study and criticism of literature of his own landÉBy putting rhetoric in this kind of framework, Oldmixon was helping to prepare the way for its emergence in England as the acknowledged custodian of the belles lettresÉ (Howell, p. 529). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A.]
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        Della pesca e della caccia tradotto dal greco e illustrato con varie annotazioni da Anton Maria Salvini.

      Tartini e Franchi, Firenze 1728 - [Caccia-Pesca] (cm.17) ottima piena pelle originale, nervi, titolo e ricchi fregi al dorso in oro.--pp. 16 (mal numerate XVII), 510, 2 nn. con l' approvazione. Frontis rosso e nero con graziosa incisione in rame. Dedica ad Eugenio di Savoia, in fine indice dei volatili, animali terrestri e pesci. Prima edizione italiana in versi, ottimamente impressa con testo greco e latino. Gamba: "Stimatissima versione e diligentissima compiace l' autore d' aver fatta questa versione ad verbum, per ispiegare non solo il sentimento dell' autore, ma l' espressione.". Vedi la lunga annotazione in Paitoni. Numerazione errata all' inizio come tutte le copie. Esemplare bello e fresco. * Ceresoli 390; * Gamba 2377; * Razzolini 249; * Paitoni III 19; * Souhart 360; * Parenti 450; * Cat. De Luca p. 62 "raro".[f65] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Directions for Daily Communion with God. In three discourses, Shewing How to Begin, How to Spend, and How to Close every Day with God

      Printed for John Phillips, at the Stationers Arms, next Door to Mr. Dolbear's the Brazier, near the Dock, Boston 1728 - 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 an early imprint. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA]
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        THEATRUM BASILICAE PISANAE, In quo praecipuae illius partes enarrationisbus, iconibusque ostenduntur. [bound with] APPENDIX Ad THEATRUM BASILICAE PISANAE, In qua Sarcophagi, Volumen Exultet, & alia nonnulla Vetera monumenta, Descriptionibus & Iconibus exhibentur, Cura, et Studio Auctoria.

      Typis, & Sumptibus Antonii de Rubeis in Via Seminarii Romani, 1728 / 1723, Rome: - Theatrum: 33 copperplate engravings (Duplicate III D2r [not in List of Plates]; Plate X [F3v] actually a duplicate Plate XI [no Plate X herein]. Plate 27 inserted. Appendix: 7 copperplate engravings [6 full page]. 4 intratextual cuts. Title leaf device. Head- tailpieces. Decorative initial capital letters. The work a detailed architectual study of the cathedral, baptistry and Òleaning towerÓ of Pisa. OCLC records just 7 institutional holdings of the Appendix. Vellum soiled, with some wear to spine crown. Gutter break prior to Appendix title leaf. A Very Good copy. Period full vellem binding with title hand-inked to spine. Folio. 16-3/4" x 11". Appendix: Index leaf an inserted single, erroneously prior to A1; A3 mis-signed A2. 2nd edition of the Theatrum; 1st edition of the Appendix. [12], 154, [20]; 134, [2 (blank)], 168 pp. Appendix with numerous textual cancels [paste-overs]. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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        A Canoe of the Sandwich Islands, the Rowers Masked

      - This outstandingly detailed copper-plate engraving depicting a scene in Captain Cooks Journey. Overall this print measures 21.5" x 16". Captain James Cook (1728-1779) was a British navigator, explorer and cartographer with the Royal Navy. In 1766, Cook began what would be three separate voyages to the Pacific, studying, charting and documenting the Pacific and island inhabitants. The engravings and images produced from these great eighteenth-century voyages presented the world with scientific and ethnographic data, pictorial representations, and cartographic discoveries of the pacific from its northern reaches to its southern extremities for the very first time. For his third and final voyage beginning July 12th 1776, Captain Cook commanded HMS Resolution in search of the Northwest Passage. This voyage was different to his previous two, however. Britain was at war as its American colonies fought for their own sovereignty. The Declaration of Independence had been signed on the Fourth of July, just eight days before the Resolution sailed, and the already perilous journey was now also in danger of capture from American pirates ready to hold the vessels hostage on their voyage home. It is notable that Benjamin Franklin, American Minister to the court of France, wrote a letter requesting free passage for Cook, as a mark of respect for the man himself and also in recognition of the importance of the journey's mission. Overall this print is in good condition with some foxing and staining in margins. We will not be knowingly undersold on this work of art.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        Trono Mexicano, en el convento de religiosas pobres capuchinas, su constrccion, y adorno en la insigne Ciudad de Mexico .

      Francisco del Hierro, Madrid 1728 - 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. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: PLAZA BOOKS ABAA]
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        Traite Des Ponts, Ou Il Est Parle' De Ceux Des Romains & de ceux des Modernes, tant de ceux de Maconneries, que de Charpente; & de leur disposition dans toute forte de lieux, etc

      Andre Cailleau, Paris 1728 - 416 pages in text. 19 1/3 x 13 cm. Engraved frontispiece of Gautier, and twenty-six engraved fold-out plates. First edition published 1721 -- considered a standard reference work on bridge building this copy from the collection of Professor George F. Swain, Harvard University who left his library to his assistant, Albert Haertlein, Gordon McKay Professor of Civil Engineering, Harvard Graduate School of Engineering [note to this laid-in]. BRUNET Vol.VI, p.527 [8834]. Tight, clean and fresh copy; text and plates, minor extremity rubbing, with bookplate of George Fillmore Swain. Rebacked, contemporary quarter calf with red leather spine label printed in gilt and brown boards. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        De Etruria metropoli quae Turrhenia, Tursenia, Tuscania atque etiam Beterbon dicta est, in varios Auctores castigationes. Additur de Episcopis Viterbiensibus Parergon

      ex Typographia Hieronymi Mainardi, Romae 1728 - Ottima legatura recente in piena pelle con cornici a secco ai piatti. Nervi, fregi a secco, fili e titolo oro al ds. Ottimo esemplare. Lozzi n. 6471 (in nota). L opera è anche citata dal Moreni (II, p. 40) che attribuisce all Autore l intenzione di volere ad ogni costo che Viterbo fosse la Metropoli della Toscana . 4to (cm. 22,5), XXI(1) pp., 1 c. bianca, 290 pp. con 2 tavv. rip. f.t. (di cui una grande carta geografica). Frontis. stampato in rosso e nero.

      [Bookseller: Ex Libris s.r.l.]
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        Sammelband. Vorgebunden 30 Tafeln aus verschiedenen Werken d. Autors. (Nr. X, XI, XII, I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VIII (Säulendetails), 4 ungez. Taf. (ebenfalls Beispiele antiker Bauwerke), Taf. XVI, XVII (Stubenöfen), Taf. 2, 3, 1?, 6 (Fenster), Taf. XII (Fenster), Taf. XII (Fenster), Fat. 4 (Fenster), Taf. 1-6- (Parktore), Taf. XIII (Innentor). - Enth.: Zweyter Theil Des Gründlichen Unterrichtes/ Der vollständigen Säulen Ordnung, Nach der heutigen Civil-Bau-Kunst/ Darinnen vorgestellet werden: Sechs neu-inventirte Portale, mit zierlichen Balcons oder Fenster Geländern, auf frey-stehenden Säulen ... Darbey ferner kürtzlich angewiesen wird: Wie die Säulen, auf die gebräuchlichste Arten auszubeugen; die Grund-Risse zu machen und zu verstehen: ... und sonderlich die Blätter-Wercke, an den Corinthischen Capitälen ... aufzureissen seyn. Hierbey ist ein Anhang. Von neu-inventierten/ und nach einer leicht zu practicirenden Methode eingerichtten Frantzösischen Parade-Kutschen, denen auch Muster von Jagt-Chaisen, bequemen Senfften und Lust-Schlitten, sind beygefüget worden. Den Liebhabern der Architectur, Vornehmlich künstlichen Werck-Leuten zum Besten/ auf eine vorteilhaffte Art inventiret und gezeichnet. Nürnberg, J. C. Weigel o.J. (um 1728) .

      Nürnberg, J. C. Weigel o.J. (um 1728). Gr.4°. 24 S., Taf. I-XVII, mit e. großen Kopfstück in Holzschnitt u. Initialen. - Dazugeb. (Adl. 1): Recreations Perspectives Et Essais Des Nouveaus Cabinets (etc.) Perspectivische Belustigung und neue Versuche von Kleinen Lust Häusern, wie auch allerhand Künstlichen Vogel-Bauern, samt unterschiedlichen Aufsätzen und Garten-Werck: Welche bestehen aus ... Inventionen von Zierlichen Sonnen- und Zeiger-Uhren, nebst ... Wie die Feder- oder Wind-Glocken-Spiel anzuordnen seyn (etc.) Nürnberg, J. C. Weigel Wtw. 1732. Titelbl., 10 Taf. v. 18 (vorh. Nr. 12, 7, 2, 5, 3, 1, 13, 15, 17, 18). - Dazugeb. (Adl. 2): Nützliche Vorstellung, Wie man, auf eine überaus vortheilhaffte Weise, Bequeme Repositoria, compendiose Contoirs und neu faconierte Medaillen-Schränke, In Den Studier- und Kaufmanns-Stuben: auch Raritäten- und Naturalien-Kammern ordiniren kann; Daß man dabey nicht nur eine zierliche äusserliche Figur/ nach den gustuosen Regeln der Architectur; sondern auch eine solche innerliche Structur erlanget, dass man, durch Hülffe der Bewegungs-Kunst, viele Sachen in einem kleinen Behältnis in einer guten Symmetrie begreifft. Allen curiosen Liebhabern mathematischer Erfindungen zu Dienst; vornehmlich aber den geschickten Tischlern (etc.) Nürnberg, J. C. Weigel Wtw. 1730. Dr.: L. Bieling. 52 S., 13 Taf. v. 19 (vorh.: Nr. <I mit d. Titel: J. J. Schüblers neu invent. Respositoria Contoirs u. bequeme Medaillen-Schräncke.>, V, IV, VII, IX, X, XI, XIV, XV, XVI, XVII, XVIII, XIX), mit e. großen Kopfstück, Initialen, Zierleisten a. d. Oberkante jeder bedruckten Seite u. e. großen Schlußvignette. - Dazugeb. (Adl. 3): Nützliche Vorstellung und deutlicher Unterricht/ Von Zierlichen, bequemen und Holtz ersparenden Stuben-Oefen, Wie selbige In den nach der heutigen Civil-Bau-Kunst eingerichteten Zimmern/ mit aller Wohlanständigkeit/ und unter geziemender Symmetrie, proportionirt aufgeführet werden können; Nebst ... den Zerstückungen, Grund-Rissen und Profilen/ Wodurch man So wohl die innerliche Structur, als das äusserliche Ansehen ... begreiffen: als ... zur wirklichen That schreiten kan (etc.) Nürnberg, J. C. Weigel Wtw. 1728. Dr.: L. Bieling. 10 S., 1 verbundenes Bl., S. 11-42, 14 Taf. v. 24 (vorh.: Nr. I, II, 1 ungez., VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XV, XIX, XX, XXII, XXIII, mit zwei großen Kopfstücken, Initialen, e. Kopfzierleiste u. e. Zierleiste a. d. Oberkante jedes bedruckten Blattes. Ein Riß im Titelblatt sorgfältig restauriert. Nachgebunden: Taf. 4, 1 ungez. Taf., Taf. 2, 4, 5, 6 (Grabarchitektur). Lederband d. Zeit, mit. e. schwarzgeprägten Rückenschild, u. schwarzgeprägten Zierlinien an d. Bünden, mit dekorativem Vorsatz aus mehrfärbig bedrucktem Buntpapier, Buchschnitt bunt gesprenkelt, Einbanddeckel berieben, wenig bestoßen, mit Wurmgängen im Vorderdeckel, hinterer Einbanddeckel gebrochen, vorderes Gelenk unten etwas eingerissen, fliegende Vorsatzblätter fehlen. Blätter nur schwach gebräunt, wenig fleckig, vereinzelt etw. fingerfleckig, Kanten u. Ecken d. Tafeln teilw. angestaubt, bzw. Ränder u. untere Ecken d. Schlusstafeln gering ausgerissen.. Vgl. GV 130,184, Thieme-B. 30,309 - Sammelband v. vier selbständig erschienenen Tafelwerken d. S. (1689-1741). Der Architekturtheoretiker u. Mathematiker verfasste zahlreiche theoretische Werke zur Baukunst, entwarf innenarchitektonische Details, Möbelstücke (wie z.B. seine ausgeklügelten Bücher- u. "Büro"-Schränke in vorliegendem Band), Garteneinrichtungen u. v. m. An den Kupfertafeln haben neben d. Autor selbst noch d. Verleger vorliegender Drucke, Johann Christoph Weigel (nach 1654-1726) - vgl. Thieme-B. 35,279f; die Kupferstecher Montalegre (erw. 1710/15) u. sein Schüler Joseph Renz (auch Rentz; 1701-1758) - vgl. Thieme-B. 25,79 u. 28,175; sow. Hieronymus Bollmann (auch Bölmann; erw. 1710-1730) - vgl. Thieme-B. 4,201, mitgearbeitet. Erstauflage.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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        GOVIERNO GENERAL, Moral y Político hallado en las FIERAS Y ANIMALES SYLVESTRES.

      Juan de Zúñiga, Madrid 1728 - 4ºm, 8h, 398p, 25h, grabs. madera en texto. Corto de márgenes, págs. tostadas, huella hum. margen lateral primeras hojas. Hol. nervios, rueda gofrada en planos. 1728

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        Eclaircissemens concernant la manière dont l'air agit sur le sang dans les poulmons. Pour servir de réponse aux objections contenues dans une lettre de M. Michelotti à M. de Fontenelle.

      - Paris, Barois, 1728. In-4, broché, couverture de papier marbré de l'époque, (1) f., 69, (3) p., qqs rouss. et petites auréoles. Edition originale. La fin de l'ouvrage (p. 57-69) contient une lettre en latin adressée par Helvétius à Jacques-Bénigne Winslow : 'De structura glandulae epistola ( ) Ad ( ) J.-B. Winslow'. (Wellcome, 'Online Catalogue', 14332289). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        GAAP Guide 2014. Volume 1: Restatement and Analysis of Current Fasb Standards ( GAAP Guide ( 2014 edition ) )(TitleLanguage) GAAP Guide 2014, Volume 1: Restatement and Analysis of Current Fasb Standards( KUAI JI ZHUN ZE ZHI NAN 2014 NIAN BAN )

      CCH Inc., 2013-11-24. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2013-11-24 Pages: 1728 Language: English Publisher:. CCH Inc CCHs 2014 GAAP Guide. Volumes I and II. provides the most comprehensive resource for understanding and applying authoritative GAAP literature in clear language.Each FASB Accounting Standards Codification pronouncementtopic is discussed in a comprehensive format that makes it easy to understand and implement in day-to-day practice. Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        A New & Exact Plan of ye City of London and Suburbs thereof, With the addition of the New Buildings, Churches &c. to this present Year 1728. (Not extant in any other,) Laid down in such a method that in an Instant, may easily be found any Place contain'd therein.

      Printed & Sold by Tho: Bowles next to the Chapter-house, St. Paul's Church Yard,, [London], 1728 - A city of meat eaters 670 by 1980mm (26.5 by 78 inches). Engraved map, printed on four sheets, joined, original hand-colour in outline, tear to join at foot not affecting image, extending north to south from Clerkenwell to Lambeth and west to east from Buckingham House to Stepney, list of places contained on the map to left and right margin, list of rates of Waterman and Hackney Coaches, and text upon 'The Situation of London'. Howgego 63 intermediate between states 4 and 5. Large and detailed plan of London.The map bears grid lines for ease of reference, with the major public buildings such as Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, St Paul's Cathedral, Buckingham House, and the Tower of London are represented as birds-eye views. The text upon the map gives the extent of London as "7500 Geometric paces, that is above 7 English Miles and a half" from west to east and "2500 paces, or 2 miles and a half" from north to south. There are about 5000 streets. The number of houses is calculated to be 110,000. The population is guessed at "by what is eaten": "There were in one Year, when it was less by two thirds [ie. in the mid seventeenth century], 67500 Beefs, 10 times as many Sheep, Besides Poultry &c. also every Year is brought into the River 400,000 at least Charldon of Coales". Also the number of "Buryings" was said to number 26,000 per year. The amount of ale and beer produced is said to be 20,000 barrels. Bowles acknowledges the source of these numbers as Sir William Petty (1623-1687), who through some crude statistical analysis calculated the population in the mid-seventeenth century. He estimated that there were 115,846 families and 695,076 souls; more than Paris, Rome, Rouen or Amsterdam, which were said to have some 500,000 souls. To the left of the text is a list of watermen and hackney carriage rates.Scale: 7 1/2 inches to 1 statute mile.

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

      Abrah[am] van der Putte [c. 1728], t' Amsterdam - 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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Beggar's Opera

      Printed for John Watts, London 1728 - Modern half calf, marbled paper covered boards. Early edition without printed music. 58pp. Some repair to title page, else very good copy of a scarce edition of this classic.

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        Love in Several Masques. A Comedy, As it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal

      Printed for John Watts. First edition.. Hinges rubbed and starting, but sound; very good copy.. Cross vol. 3, 290; NCBEL II, 927. 8vo, full polished calf by Riviere, brown morocco labels, gilt rules, decorations and lettering, a.e.g. Fielding?s second book, his first play and his earliest realistically obtainable work: there are only four recorded copies of his first book, The Masquerade, A Poem . . . by Lemuel Gulliver, published slightly earlier in 1728. Love in Several Masques was quite the triumph for the 20-year-old Fielding. It opened on February 16, 1728, in Drury Lane, with Colley Cibber and Mrs. Oldfield in the cast, and its competition was Gay's Beggar?s Opera and Vanburgh?s The Provok?d Husband. The published play has a long dedication to Lady Montagu, Fielding?s cousin, who assisted him with the final production.

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        Bloeijende opkomst der aloude en hedendaagsche Groenlandsche visschery . Met byvoeging van de walvischvangst . door Abraham Moubach. Nevens een korte beschryving van de Terreneufsche bakkeljaau-visschery. 2e druk.

      - Amsterdam, Isaak Tirion, 1728.4to. Contemporary vellum. With title-page printed in red and black, engraved frontispiece (P. van Thol en R.C. Alberts, 1727), 6 folding maps and 11 engraved plates (1 folding after A. Salm by Van der Hem ). (36),392,(13),(2) pp.* Second and best edition; the first edition was published in Amsterdam in 1720. - This classic work on the Greenland whale fishery is one of the most thorough and authoritative descriptions of the early 18th century. It is the most important and extensive Dutch work on whaling, including ample descriptions of the early discoveries and exploration in the northern regions, Greenland, Iceland, Spitsbergen, Nova Zembla, Jan Mayen and Strait Davis. Giving along with extensive natural history, geography, history, and economics, detailed lists of ships' outfits, lists of shipowners and captains, an extensive vocabulary, and copious other details. At the end an account of New-Foundland cod-fishing. - (p.101 with marginal tear without loss of text). - A fine copy of the most important and extensive Dutch work on whaling.Tiele 1241; Cat. NHSM II, p.899; Allen 177; Jenkins p.162; Sabin 106376. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mémoires et avantures d'un homme de qualité, qui s'est retiré du monde. Histoire Du Chevalier des Grieux, & de Manon Lescaut

      Le Gras, et Aux dépens de la Compagnie, Paris, et Amsterdam 1728 - - 1733. Ensemble sept volumes in-12 (162 x 96 mm, et pour le dernier vol. 165 x 99 mm), veau fauve, dos à cinq nerfs orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison maroquin bordeaux et marron, filet de coupes, tranches rouges (reliure d'époque). Edition originale des "Mémoires et avantures d'un homme de qualité", formant les six premiers volumes. "L'Histoire du Chevalier des Grieux, & de Manon Lescaut" est contenue dans le septième volume, daté 1733, imprimé suivant le modèle de la seconde édition de 1732. Les volumes 5 à 7 sont imprimés à Amsterdam. Ex-libris A. Perreau. (nombreux défauts d'usage et restaurations, usure sur quelques coiffes et coins, frottements sur les charnières, les coupes et quelques plats, tome 5 déchirure au milieu de la p. 283 et en marge des dernières pages, et petit trou au bas des trois premiers feuillets, nombreuses rousseurs). // Complete set of seven twelvemo volumes (162 x 96 mm and for last vol. 165 x 99 mm), fawn calf, spine tooled raised on five bands, claret and brown morocco labels, gilt fillet on turns-in, red edges (contemporary binding). First edition of "Mémoires et avantures d'un homme de qualité" contained in the six first volumes. The "Histoire du Chevalier des Grieux, & de Manon Lescaut" is contained in the seventh volume, dated 1733, printed from the model of the second edition of 1732. Volumes 5 to 7 are printed in Amsterdam. Bookplate A. Perreau. (numerous defects of use and restorations, top and bottom of spine and corners used, rubbings on hinges, turns-in and some covers, vol. 5 tear in middle of p. 283 and in margins of some last pages, and little hole in margins of three first leaves, numerous brownings).

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        Of the Law of Nature and Nations. Eight Books in one. Done into English (from Latin) by Basil Kennett. . 4th Edition, . To which is now prefixed Mr. Barbeyrac's Prefatory Discourse,

      1728 1728 - containing An Historical and Critical Account of the Science of Morality, and the Progress it has made in the World, from the earliest Times . Done into English by Mr. Carew. London: Printed for J. and J. Knapton, . 1728. Folio. Later full panelled calf. Spine gilt with raised bands and morocco titling label. (xxiv, 4, 88, 878, 22pp.). With head-piece woodcut illusts. Printed in double-column. A most attractive handsomely bound copy.

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        L usage des globes celeste et Terrestre et des spheres suivant les differens systemes du monde.Accompagne des figures necessaires

      Paris 1728. Fifth edition - 8vo size.Classical atlas with a full description of the surface of earth,hydrography,usage of spheres and globes and geographical-historical desciption of all the countries.illustrated with 48 plates and maps,compass,astrolabes,spheres etc.Original full calf.spine richly gilt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Grosses Mahler-Buch worinnen die Mahler-kunst in allen ihren Theilen gründlich gelehret, durch Beweißthümer und Kupfferstiche erkläret, auch mit Exemplen aus den besten Kunst-Stücken der berühmtesten alten und neuen Mahler. Aus dem Holländischen in das Hoch-Teutsche übersetzt.

      Nürnberg Johann Christoph Weigel 1728 - Erster Theil. 21 x 17 cm. 3 Bll., 120 S., 4 Bll., 181 S., 1 Bll., 80 S., 1 Bll., 199 S., 17 Bll. Register. Original Halbpergamenteinband mit Rsch. Beschädigt. Stark berieb., bestoß. u. fleckig. Hintere Ecken fehlen. Rückenschild berieb. u. unlesbar. Mit 47 (teils gefalteten ) Kupfertafeln.; - Beigebunden: Derselbe. Grundlegung zur Zeichen-Kunst. Nürnberg. Johann Christoph Weigel. 1727. Mit 1 gest. Frontispiz und 11 Kupfertafeln. - Mit Exlibris J. S. Capieux, Papier leicht gebräunt, Hinterdeckel innen mit hs. Zeichnung und Notizen, zwei Tafeln fast lose, Buchschnitt angest., Titelblätter fleckig, eine Seite unten leicht eingerissen und eine Seite mit Querknick, durchgehend etwas braunfleckig, einige Seiten jedoch stärker. Tafeln meist sauber. 1.100 gr. Original Halbpergamenteinband mit Rsch.

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        Biblia, Das ist, Die gantze Heilige Schrifft Alten und Neuen Testaments, vormahls in die Deutsche, von D. Martin Luthern.

      Budißin (Bautzen). auf Verlag und Kosten David Richters, Buchhändlers, 1728. - mit Titelkupfer (Porträt M. Jo. Ernst Hertzog, Churfürstl. sächs. Hoff Prediger), 8°. 20,8 x 17,8 cm. (13) Bll.,1518,254,174, Seiten, In gutem Zustand. der Einband geschwärzt und mit Resten von Schließbändern, Dreiseitenrotschnitt, die Beschläge angerostet, auf dem vorderen Spiegel Besitzeintrag von 1886, die Vorsätze braunfleckig, der hintere Spiegel mit Bleistifteintrag, der Buchblock sauber, teils gering braunfleckig und teils mit Eckknicken, kulturhistorisch von großer Bedeutung - erste vollständige Bibelausgabe in Obersorbisch. vollständiger Titel: Biblia, Das ist, Die gantze Heilige Schrifft Alten und Neuen Testaments, vormahls in die Deutsche, von D. Martin Luthern, Jetzo aber in die Ober-Lausitzische Wendische Sprache mit aller treu und Fleiße von Einigen Evangelischen Predigern übersetzet. - dies ist die erste Gesamtbibel in obersorbischer Sprache, Johann Lange aus Pohla, Pfarrer in Milkel, Matthäus Jokisch aus Schwarznaußlitz, Pfarrer in Gebelzig, Johann Böhmer aus Rodewitz, Pfarrer in Großpostnitz und Johann Wauer aus Meschwitz, Pfarrer in Hochkirch waren die vorgenannten evangelischen Prediger, die die Übersetzung unternahmen noch zur Seitenzahl: 1 Blatt, vom Doppeltitel fehlt das Blatt in sorbischer Sprache, das Neue Testament mit der Jahreszahl 1727 nur mit obersorbischem Titel, - es fehlen die Seiten 961/962, diese wurden offensichtlich vom Drucker vergessen, kein Hinweis auf Herausreißen. Einband mit Beschlägen, Resten von zwei Schließen und Blindprägung, Hardcover in Pergament, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gründliche Nachricht von Ankunfft, Gepräge, Gewicht und Werth derer in Sachssen, Thüringen und Meissen Gemüntzten Groschen so wohl von denen daselbst im Handel und Wandel vormahln gebräuchlichen Schock-Groschen als auch von denen daher entstandenen Steuer-Schocken zur Erkäntnüss derer darauff gerichteten Stifftungen und Diplomatum auch darnach bewilligten Steuern und Schatzungen ertheilet.

      1728 - Wittenberg, C. G. Ludwig, 1728. 4:o. (10),160,(14) pp. & 2 folded printed tables & 14 folded engraved plates. Titlepage printed in red and black. Contemporary brown sprinkled boards with red edges. Small paper label numbered in ink at head of spine. Slightly worn extremities. Some minor unsignificant spots. From the library of Biby manor. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        M. Annaei Lucani Cordubensis Pharsalia : sive belli civilis libri decem : cum scholiaste, hucusque inedito, et notis integris Henrici Glareani, Jacobi Micylli, Joachimi Camerarii, Hugonis Grotii &c

      Lugduni Batavorum: Apud Samuelem Luchtmans, 1728. - "A very excellent edition; it contains the ancient Scholia, the select notes of various ancient and modern editorsÉwith the editors's own remarks and annotations, in which he has explained the subject of his author in a concise and perspicuous manner" (Dibdin). Thick quarto. [74], 966, [194] pp. Engraved frontispiece, engraved folding map, title-page in black and red. Full contemporary black straight-grained morocco. Covers and spine ruled in gilt, all edges gilt, gilt turn-ins, marbled endpapers. First few leaves and frontispiece lightly foxed. A fine copy in a handsome binding. Pharsalia, LucanÕs (39-68 A.D.) great heroic poem on the struggle between Caesar and Pompey after the crossing of the Rubicon, enjoyed great popularity during the Renaissance; in fact it was probably even more popular than Virgil. This is one of the two best quarto variorum editions. The other, which appeared in 1740, adds some notes and removes others so that the serious collector would do well to have both. The editor is Frans van Oudendorp (1696-1761), professor of history and Latin eloquence at the University of Leiden, who also produced esteemed editions of Julius Caesar, Suetonius, Obsequens, Apuleius, and others. There are apparently two issues of this work, one intended to be bound as two volumes. In that issue, p. 505 is blank on the verso, and the next leaf is a singleton with a divisional half-title on the recto and p. 506 on the verso. In the present issue, pp. 505 and 506 occupy sides of the same leaf. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La grande danse macabre des hommes et des femmes, historiée & renouvelée de vieux Gaulois, en langage le plus poli de notre temps. Avec : le débat du Corps et de l&#146;Ame, la Complainte de l&#146;Ame damnée, l&#146;Exhortation de bien vivre & de bien mourir, la Vie du mauvais Antechrist, les quinze signes du Jugement pp. 76, illustré de 60 bois gravés, papier légèrement bruni. Reliure d&#146;époque restaurée.

      Troyes, chez Jean-Antoine Garnier. 1728. - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Anweisung zum musikalisch-zierlichen Gesange, mit hinlänglichen Exempeln erläutert. Leipzig, J. F. Junius 1780. 4°. 4 Bll., XXX S., 1 Bl., 152 S. mit gest. Titelvign. u. zahlr. Musiknoten im Text. Hlwd. d. Zt. mit Rtit.

      - MGG VI, 413 - Eitner V, 148 - Fétis IV, 331 No. 37 (ausführl.) - Slg. Wolffheim I, 706.- Erste Ausgabe, selten.- J. A. Hiller (1728-1804), Komponist, Musikpädagoge, Musikschriftsteller u. -kritiker, war u.a. Leipziger Thomaskantor. Er ?gehörte zu jenen fortschrittsgläubigen Bildungsmusikern der philantropischen Epoche, die den Erziehungsgedanken in den Mittelpunkt ihrer Bestrebungen stellten.? (NDB IX, 154).- Hiller bemühte sich besonders das Gesangstudium in Deutschland zu fördern. ?Nicht nur die technische Fertigkeit, auch die singende Persönlichkeit, ihre Gesinnung und ihr Verhalten wollte er mit seiner methode ausbilden. Auf diese Weise hatte der Schüler allmählich vom ?musikalisch-richtigen? zum ?musikalisch-zierlichen Gesang? fortzuschreiten.? (MGG).- Papierbedingt leicht gebräunt, S. IV-V etw. flau, Ebd. etw. berieben, sonst ordentlich. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Native American Land Sale, Signed with Totem Marks

      1728 - Tateew, Ochangues and Neckarind, Manuscript deed for land in Ulster County, N.Y. to Cornelius Hornbeek and Frederick Shoonmaker, signed by Abraham Gaasbeek Chambers and Gilbert Livingston, countersigned by John Schoonmaker, Anderyes Decker, J. Pruyn, Jr., and Conrad Wieser as witnesses June 15, 1728. Rochester, Ulster Co., N.Y. Deed for land in Ulster County, N.Y., signed by three Indians with their totem marks and red wax seals, conveying a mine and 400 acres of land to Cornelius Hornbeek and Frederick Schoonmaker. Partial Transcript ".We Tateew, Ochangues and Neckarind, Indians, and native owners and proprietors of a Certaine Tract of Land - situate, lyeing and being in Rochester in the County of Ulster in the Province of New York . . . for divers good and vallueable considerations . and Especially for and in Consideration of the sum of Tenn pounds Currant Money of the Province of New York to us in hand . do grant bargaine and sell unto the said Cornelius Hornbeck and Frederick Schoonmaker their heirs and Assigns forever all that a certaine mine now found out (now supposed to be lead oar) whether the same be copper, tinn, pewter, Lead or Irone Oar, or whatsoever the same may prove to be hereafter, scituate lyeing and being within Rochester aforesaid on the south side of the Sanborgh's Kill near to a certaine place called Kopenagh Togeather with the quantity of four hundred acres of land to be laid out to comprehend the said mine in such shape and forme as the said Cornelius Hornbeck and Frederick Schoonmaker shall see cause for or think convenient."Historical BackgroundSale of land in the Catskill foothills between three Munsee Delaware Indians and two local Dutch settlers. It is remarkable because of the clear marks and wax pictographs used by the Indians and purchasers to seal the deal on paper. Relations between colonists and Indians were not always characterized by conflict and violence. The years 1715 to 1745 marked a significant era of tranquility in the mid-Atlantic region; not coincidentally, this was also a period of peace between France and Britain in Europe.About the year 1720, the Iroquois Confederacy claimed sovereignty over the Delaware Indians, but this was sometimes contested. At conferences between the Iroquois and colonial agents of New York and Pennsylvania, Iroquois sachems sold lands, some of which were Delaware tribal lands. This confluence of events probably explains the appearance of Conrad Weiser as a signing witness to this document. Weiser was born in Germany and migrated with his father, an indentured servant, to the New York frontier in 1710. When Conrad was 16, his father agreed to a local Mohawk chief's proposal for him to live in his Schoharie Valley village, where he learned the Mohawk language and customs (the Mohawks were the easternmost Iroquois tribe). Over time, he became a trusted emissary between the Iroquois and local settlers, and was later employed by colonial governors in this period when the British government did not conduct or coordinate Indian diplomacy. The Delaware and Mahican Indians of eastern Pennsylvania and southern New York recognized that they occupied a shrinking middle ground between the British colonies, the Iroquois, and New France. Though some families chose to remain in the vicinity of white settlers, others joined new mission communities, such as Stockbridge, Massachusetts and Gnadenhutten, Pennsylvania, while others began to venture west. A great majority of Delaware Indians, angered by what they felt was exploitation at the behest of Iroquoian and colonial diplomats, joined the French side during the French and Indian War in the 1750s.This document is also interesting for its reference to mineral extraction. When it became apparent that the British North American colonies did not possess gold or silver, the colonists largely chose not to explore for rare or valuable minerals. As settlement progressed into the Appal. (See website for full description)

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        L'usage des globes célestes et terrestres, et des sphères, suivant les differens systèmes du monde. Précédé d&#146;un traité de cosmographie.

      Brunet, Ganeau, Robustel, Paris 1728 - In 8°(20,8 x 14); pp. (2),8, 272,10, (4) 2 bianche 8 non numerate 272 numerate 10 indice 4 bianche Legatura coeva in piena pelle marrone; dorso a 5 nervi con dorature; tassello marrone per il titolo; al piatto superiore stemma dorato costituito da vascello con vele gonfie al vento in cornice circolare costituita da 25 fiori, forse viole. Tagli rossi e doratura ai ferri anche a tutte le unghie. Completo di 51 Tavole di cui 49 numerate molte delle quali più volte ripiegate e 2 a doppia pagina numerate dai rispettivi numeri di pagina 341-342-343-344 e riportanti la TABLE ASTRONOMIQUE SELON LE SYSTEME DE COPERNIC Carte e tavole sane e forti senza difetti. Ottimo esemplare. Rettangolino di carta celestina portante la scritta "verrier" sulla parte bassa del frontespizio, che non nasconde nessuna rottura.

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        CASSA Y SOLAR DE LOS CAVALLEROS YNFANSONES ROLDANES DE LUQUE, cuio repartimiento fuedado por el Sr. Rey Dn. Alfonso el Onzeno Al capitan Xristoval Roldan Conquistador que fue.

      Manuscrito. Sevilla, 1728 - . 32 cm. 1 h. introductoria sobre pergamino, frontis iluminado a mano sobre pergamino a plena página con el escudo familiar en el centro, aprox. 67 h. (sin paginar). Papel sellado en la primera página. [Sigue:] YNFORMAZION DE LIMPIESA DE SANGRE YDALGUIA, echa por Dn. Alonso Garzia Guerrero Abuelo Matterno de Julian, Pedro y Miguel Roldan Guerrero, en el año de 1652. Id., 1729. 38 h. (sin paginar), 1 blanca. Papel sellado en la primera página, el resto rubricadas. Enc. à la Duseuil en plena piel, cintas. * Traslado de varios documentos que, a modo de provisión de hidalguía, demuestran la nobleza de linaje de los Roldán, del lugar de Luque (Córdoba). Al parecer, una rama de los Roldán pasó a Córdoba. Es precisamente ésta la protagonista del documento que presentamos. Algunos caballeros Roldanes participaron activamente en la Reconquista, como es el caso del capitán Cristóbal Roldán, conquistador de Luque y del castillo de Venceaire (aparece como Al Beonsaide en estas páginas), sito en el mismo municipio, al que Alfonso XI recompensó con tierras en dicha villa, gracias y otras franquezas. Una gran parte de la documentación original transcrita en estas páginas se redactó en Archidona (Málaga). Además del volumen manuscrito se incluyen una serie de documentos de los siglos XVIII y XIX, muchos de ellos relativos a Luis Roldán (reales despachos, cartas, nombramiento de Luis Roldán como capitán de las compañías veteranas de Artillería en América, una sucinta crónica de la reconquista de Luque y la participación de los Roldán en ella, etc.). Roldán. Heráldica. Sevilla. Genealogia i heràldica Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 Manuscritos español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Oeuvres diverses, Nouvelle édition augmentée & enrichie de figures (3 tomes Complet)

      Chez Gosse & Neaulme à la Haye, 1728-1729, - Chez Gosse & Neaulme à la Haye,1728-1729, grand in 4 (29 x 23 cm) 7ff + 376 + 4 ff + 440 + 3 ff + 434 pages. Illustration de 6 frontispices en noir dont le portrait de Fontenelle en médaillon d'après Rigaud, 2 fleurons sur les titres dont un sert sur les deux premiers tomes, et de 174 vignettes et culs-de-lampe gravées par Bernard Picart le Romain. Reliure plein veau blond, dos à nerfs très ornés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin havane, titre doré, toutes tranches rouges, Etiquette d'Ex-Libris sur le premier contre-plat : Bibliothèque de M. Charcot Receveur particulier des Finances à Roanne. +++++++ Bien que ne comprenant pas l'ensemble des oeuvres de Bernard Le Bouyer de Fontenelle (1657-1757), cette édition est recherchée pour les superbes gravures gravées en hors-texte et dans le texte par Bernard Picart le Romain (1673-1733). Oeuvres présentes : Dialogue des Morts, Jugement de Pluton sur les Dialogues des Morts, Entretiens sur la Pluralité des Mondes, Histoire des Oracles, Oeuvres mêlées (De l'Origine des Fables, Du Bonheur, Discours de la patience, De l'existence de Dieu, Discours de M. de Fontenelle à l'Académie Française), Poésies pastorales, Endimion, Discours sur la nature de l'Eglogue, Digression sur les anciens & les Modernes, Thétis & Pelée, Enée & Lavinie, Poésies diverses, Lettres Galantes (Première et seconde partie), Oeuvres mêlées, Préface sur l'utilité des Mathématiques & de la physique & sur les travaux de l'Académie des Sciences, Histoire du Renouvellement de l'Académie Royale des Sciences, Divers Eloges - Reliures : Tomes I et III avec petits manques aux coiffes, Tome II avec manques aux coiffes surtout marqués sur la coiffe supérieure et coupure de 3 cm au mors près de la coiffe supérieure, quelques frottements ; Intérieur frais avec quelques rousseurs éparses, gravures sans rousseur, Assez bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, v. M. Seutter, "Siciliae Regnum, cum adjacente Insula Sardinia et maxima parte Regnis Neapolitani accuratissime delineat".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, 1728, 48,5 x 58. Oben mittig eine prachtvolle Titelkartusche mit heraldischem und fig. Schmuck. Links unten kleine Vogelschauansicht von Messina, rechts unten kleine Vogelschauansicht v. Catania mit dem Aetna. Zeigt im Süden noch Malta. - Mit alt hinterlegter Bugfalte im unteren Bereich.

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        Historische Beschreibung von dem ehemahls berühmten Benedictiner - Koloster zu St. Georgen. Vor der Stadt Naumburg an der Saale, Aus unterschiedneen Schrifften zusammen getragen / mit nöthigen Diplomatibus, beygefügten Anmerckungen und verschiedenen Kupffern verstehen / welche zum Voraus der Historie einiger Thüring: u. a. Klöster darlegen wollen, Joh. Martinus Schamelius, Pastor Prim. Nub. Am Ende erscheinet Georgii Groitzschii löibellus continens Salae fluvii descriptionem mit verschiedenen Verbesserungen.

      Naumburg, verlegts Johann Christian Martini,1728.. 7 versch. Werke über Benedictiner-Klöster mit Kupfern u. Anhängen in einem Band. 21x17 cm. Neuer, schöner Halblederband mit goldenem Rückentitel und -verzierung. Schöner dreifarbig-marmorierter Seitenschnitt. Innen sehr guter Zustand.. Enthalten: - Buch: J. M. Schamel: Historische Beschreibung von dem ehemahls berühmten Benedictiner-Kloser zu St. Georgen vor der Stadt Naumburg an der Saale. Kupfertafel, 7 Bll., 104 S. Enthält 4 Kupferst. (davon 2 gefaltet). - Buch: J. M. Schamel: Historische Beschreibung Des alten Benedictiner-Klosters zu Oldisleben an der Unstrut, Worinnen von dessen Stiffterin, der Gräfin Adelheid, auch dessen Voigten, Gütern und Pröbsten gehandelt, Und als in einem Anhange zugleich Nachricht von dem ehemahligen Cicstercienßer-Kloster Sittichenbach Wie auch dem Nonnen-Kloster Scheiplitz gegeben wird, Aus behörigen Scribenten und Urkunden gezogen, nebst beygefügten Anmerckungen und Kupfern, Wie dieselbe zur Fortsetzung der Thüringischen Kirchen- und Kloster-Antiquaitäten abermahl ausgefertiget Johann Martinus Schamelius. Naumburg, verlegts Johann Christian Martini, 1730. 7 Bll., 128 S., 2 Bll., 6 ganzs. (2 gef.) Kupferst. und gest. Abb. im Text. - Buch: Joh. Georg. Leukfelds: Chronologia Abbatum Bosavgiensium, Oder Verzeichnus Derer vormals in dem Berühmten Benedictiner-Kloster Bosau bey Zeitz, gelebten Aebte, Welches annietzo Mit einer fernern Nachricht von solchem Closter, desssen letzern Aebten, Bibliothec, Veränderung und übrigen Zustande, nebst vielen Anmerckungen, inlgeichen einer Vorrede von dem Anfange und Wachsthume des sel. Autoris in dem studio historico erläuter und mittheilet Joh. Martinus Schamelius. Zu Ende ist angehenget Eine kurtze Nachricht von dem vormaligen Frauen-Kloster zu Ilmenau, ingleichen Ein kleines Geographisches Closter-Lexicon. Naumburg, verlegts Michael Gottlieb Grießbach, 1731. 3 Bll., 110 S., 1 Bl., 82 S., 1 Bl.; 2 Bll., 56 Spalten. - Buch: Groiztschio, Gregorio: Libellus Continens Salae Fluuii descriptionem, eidemque adiacentium Oppidorum, Arcium, Coenobiorum, et Episcopaium sedium, fitus, fundationes, & atniquitates. Lipsiae (Leipzig), typis haeredum Iacobi Beruualdi (Jakob Berwald), 1584. Recudi secit & notis quibusdam auxit: Jo. Mart. Schamelius, 1728. 55 S. enthält 1 gef. Kupferstich. - Buch: Strunzi, Friderici: Disquisitiones de Duobus antiquis Saxoniae Pagis Nisani Ac Daleminci. Accessit Ioannis Rivi Descriptio mariaebergi Paucis Annotationibus Illustrata. Vitembergae (Wittenberg), apud godofr. Zimmermannum, 1714. 1 Bl., 75 S. - Joh. Martin Schamel (Schamelius), geb. am 5. Juni 1668 zu Meuselwitz im Altenburgischen als Sohn des dortigen Pfarrers, gestorben am 27. März 1742. - Johann Georg Leuckfeld (auch Leukfeld), Theolog, Geschichtsforscher, Bibliograph und Numismatiker. Sein Geburtsort ist Heringen in der goldenen Aue in Thüringen, wo er den 4. Juli 1668 geboren wurde. Gestorben in Gröningen am 24. April 1726. - Jakob Bärwald (Berwald), Leipziger Buchdrucker, erwähnt 1554, gestorben 20.10.1570 Leipzig. - Friedrich Strunz wurde am 5. März 1680 zu Marienberg im damaligen Kurfürstenthum Sachsen geboren. Im J. 1715 wurde er dann Professor der Poesie, bekleidete im Sommer 1722 das Rectorat und starb als Decan der philosophischen Facultät am 23. April 1725, nachdem er kurz zuvor erst sein 45. Lebensjahr vollendet hatte. (Quellen: ADB)

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        Temeswar eine in Ober Ungarn an dem fluß Temes u: und um im Morast ligende auch ohnvergleichlich befestigte Stadt seit 1718 in den Großmächtigsten...

      Augsburg ca. 1728. Karte zeigt den Stadplan und eine prachtvolle Gesamtansicht von Temeschwar, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 50 x 58. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Beschouwing der wonderen Gods, in de minstgeachte schepzelen. Of Nederlandsche insecten, . . .Amsterdam, Jan Christiaan Sepp & son, 1762-1860. 8 volumes. 4to. With 8 engraved and lithographed frontispieces, and 400 hand-coloured engraved and lithographed plates, the plates and frontispieces hand-coloured as published. Volumes 1-6: contemporary half calf, gold-tooled spine. Volumes 7-8: half black cloth (ca. 1900). With: (2) SNELLEN VAN VOLLENHOVEN, Samuel Constant, and others. Beschrijvingen en afbeeldingen van Nederlandsche vlinders, . . .Amsterdam, Jan Christiaan Sepp & son (vol. 1), Martinus Nijhoff (vols. 2-4), 1860-1900. 4 volumes. 4to. With 200 hand-coloured lithographed plates. Half black cloth (ca. 1900), uniform with volumes 7-8 of the Sepp.

      Horn & Schenkling 20145; Landwehr, Coloured plates 182 & 202; Nissen, ZBI 3808 & 3808a. One of the finest and best-illustrated works on butterflies and moths ever published, here together with the continuation by Snellen van Vollenhoven. Work on the publication probably began around 1728 and stopped only two hundred years later, when the author of the third series died in 1928, leaving his work unfinished: A. Brants, Nederlandsche vlinders beschreven en afgebeeld (The Hague, 1905-1928). He published only ten parts of the first volume of the third series, not included in the present set. That unfinished third series contained only 10 plates, while the present two series together contain 600 plates plus the 8 frontispieces where butterflies, moths, larvae and pupae on plants form a lovely frame around the title. Most plates show a single species of butterfly or moth in flight and on a plant, along with the larva and pupa, and many add the egg and further figures with anatomical details. "The most important work on Dutch lepidoptera" (Landwehr).Some annotations and inserted notes. With occasional spotting, but otherwise in very good condition and largely untrimmed, preserving most deckles and with some bolts unopened. Bindings rubbed, some spines damaged. A celebrated and beautifully illustrated lepidopterological classic.

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        Plan of the English Commerce

      Defoeís ìUniversal Plan of Commerceî[DEFOE, Daniel]. A Plan of the English Commerce. Being a Compleat Prospect of The Trade of this Nation, as well the Home Trade as the Foreign. In Three Parts. Part I. Containing a View of the present Magnitude of the English Trade, as it respects, 1. The Exportation of our Own Growth and Manufacture. 2. The Importation of Merchants Goods from Abroad. 3. The prodigious Consumption of both at Home. Part II. Containing an Answer to that great and important Question now depending, Whether our Trade, and Especially our Manufactures, are in a declining Condition, or no? Part III. Containing several Proposals entirely New, for Extending and Improving our Trade, and Promoting the Consumption of our Manufactures, in Countries wherewith we have Hitherto had no Commerce...London: Printed for Charles Rivington, 1728.First edition. Octavo. xvi, [6, contents], [2, ads], 368 pp. Decorative woodcut head- and tail-pieces and initials.Early nineteenth-century calf by J. Mackenzie, neatly rebacked to style. Gilt single-rule border on covers, board edges decoratively tooled in gilt, turn-ins decoratively tooled in blind, edges stained red, marbled endpapers. Ink stamp of the Devon & Exeter Institution on verso of title. Lending library label of the Devon and Exeter Institution on front pastedown. An excellent copy. Very scarce. Housed in a full morocco clamshell case.In this work, Defoe contends that the several branches of trade and commerce, from the cottage manufacturer to the merchant, were largely unaware of each other. He proposes a scheme to join these differing branches into a ìuniversal plan of commerce.îìThe Commerce of the World, especially as it is now carried on, is an unbounded Ocean of Business; Trackless and unkown, like the Seas it is managed upon; the Merchant is no more to be followíd in his Adventures, than a Maze or Labyrinth is to be tracíd out without a Clueî (p. vii).He concludes with a plea for colonial expansion: ìMore Colonies then is, without Question, extending the Commerce; it is enlarging the Field of Action; it calls in more Hands to assist in the Publick Prosperity; it employs profitably the unprofitable Numbers of your Poor, and lays a Foundation of an extended Trade, and thereby of a still larger Exportation from Homeî (p. 366).ìThis work is full of information...It is ably written, and contains sundry passages in which the influence of trade and industry in promoting the well-bein of the labouring classes and the public wealth is set in the most striking point of viewî (McCulloch, p. 45).Goldsmithsí 6594. Kress 3744. Moore 499. Sabin 19289.HBS66823.$7,500

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        Sacra Biblia. Das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrift, Altes und Neues Testaments, Nach alter In Christlicher Kirchen gehabter Translation treulich verteutscht Durch D. Johann Dietenberger, Anjetzo aufs neue in gewisse Versiculn eingetheilet, an vielen Orten gebessert, und mit einen nutzlichen Register versehen.

      Nürnberg u. Frankfurt, Ch. Locher 1728.. 2°. 25 Bll., 1018; 298 [recte 288] S. Mit gest.Tit. u. 24 Kupfertaf. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. m. Blindpräg. 2 intakte Schließen. Ob. Kap. restaur.. Wedewer S. 476; Köster, Bibel 110 - Dietenberger wurde vor allem durch seine 1534 erstmals in Mainz erschienene Bibelübersetzung bekannt. Er beabsichtigte damit eine möglichst getreue deutsche Wiedergabe des Vulgatatextes (NDB III, 667). Die Kupfer zeigen jeweils 15 Szenen zum Alten Testament und blattgroße Heiligenfiguren zum Neuen Testament.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Jos. Nic. de L'Isle asu dem "Russischen Atlas", verlegt in St. Petersburg, "Maris Caspii Littori occidentali inetr Fluiorum Wolga et Kur Ostia adiacentium Terrarum Provintiarum et Locorum eumrumq. incolarum descriptio ... ".

      . mit altem Grenz- und Flächenkolorit, dat. 1728, erschienen 1745, 50 x 39 (H). Seltene Karte ! Philipps, 3109, 4060; Bagrow, Russian Cartography to 1800, Chapter 10. - Unten links die Titelkartusche mit figürlicher Staffage, rechts eine Windrose. - Die Karte zeigt das Gebiet zwischen der Wolgamündung im Norden und der Mündung des Flusses Kura im Süden - mit Dagestan und Aserbaidschan. Die Benahmung in russ. Sprache.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. J. Chr. Homann, "Statuum Maroccanorum ..".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, dat. 1728, 1729, 48 x 56. Sandler, Homann, S. 93 ( = Karten von J.Chr. Homann, Nr. 13); La Laguna, . - Links oben große fig. Kartusche. Unter der Karte 2 Gesamtans. v. Marrakech ( "..Stadt Marocco.." ) und Meknez ( "..Stadt Mequinetz") nebeneinander, je ca. 11 x 27 cm. Links, unter der Kartusche, die Kanarischen Inseln, darüber kleine Nebenkarte von Madeira. - Mit Druckprivileg.

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        Historia Almae et Archi-Episcopalis Universitatis Salisburgensis

      Bonndorf, J. B. Waltpart, 1728. (Sedelmayr, Roman; Endel, Roman). "Historia Almae et Archi-Episcopalis Universitatis Salisburgensis Sub Cura PP. Benedictiorum. Prodit nunc primum opera & studio R. P. **. Presbyteri & Monachi Benedictini e Congregatione S. Blasij in Sylva Nigra". Bonndorf im Schwarzwald: J. B. Waltpart, (1728). 8vo. (32), 574, (8) S. mit zahlr. Kopf- und Schlussvignetten in Kupferstich. OLdr. aus der Zeit mit goldgepr. Vorder- und Hinterdeckel (mit Wappen) und Rücken..

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        The chonology of ancient kingdoms amended

      London: J. Tonson, 1728. <p>Newton, Isaac (1642-1727). The chronology of ancient kingdoms amended. 4to. xiv, [2], 376pp. Engraved vignette and initial on p. iii, 3 folding engraved plates. London: J. Tonson . . . J. Osborn and T. Longman, 1728. 226 x 172 mm. Paneled calf c. 1728, gilt edges, rebacked, corners a little worn. Minor foxing and toning but very good. Owner&#146;s inscription dated 1768 on p. iii.</p><p>First Edition, Thick Paper Issue. Newton&#146;s last work, published posthumously the year after his death. In his final years Newton devoted himself primarily to theological questions, particularly to the reconciliation of biblical chronology with classical history. The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended, which Newton had worked on since the 1690s, had as its purpose &#147;the establishment of a relationship between the observed movement of the earth with respect to the fixed stars and ancient political events, so that the past might be &#145;predicted&#146;&#151;backwards, so to speak&#148; (Manuel, Newton as Historian, p. 68). &#147;In order to square the chronology of ancient kingdoms with his account of the development and diffusion of arts and of idolatry among the descendants of Noah, [Newton] had found it necessary to lop off the antiquity to which most ancient societies had pretended, and among other things he had cut about four hundred years out of the accepted chronology of Greek history&#148; (Westfall, Never at Rest, p. 805). Newton was thus able to &#147;prove&#148; that the Jews were more ancient than the Greeks, as indicated in biblical chronology. Babson 214.</p>

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