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        Observations mathematiques, astronomiques, geographiques, chronologiques et physiques, tirees des anciens livres Chinois;: ou faites nouvellement aux Indes et a la Chine, par les Peres de la Compagnie de Jesus. Redigees et publiees par le P.E. Souciet, de la meme Compagnie. [First volume only]

      1729-32, Paris Chez Rollin Libraire, au Lion d'or. 1729 - A remarkable collection of scientific observations by Jesuits in China, containing Gaubil's edited translation of Tulisen's account of his journey to Russia and visit to the Kalmuck Khan in 1714. Cordier I, 211; Lowendahl 364; Lust 1159; Morrison II, 247; see Needham, Science & Civilization . III, p.760-1 A remarkably clean fresh copy bound in contemporary speckled calf. Label missing from head of spine. Hinges rubbed, and split beginning at head of spine. First edition 4to, pp.[viii], xxv, [7], 294, [2, corrigenda], 8 plates and plans, mostly folding.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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        Les voyages de Glantzby dans les mers orientales de la Tartarie : avec les Avantures surprenantes des Rois Loriman & Osmundar, Princes Orientaux

      first edition with a card. Binding in full brown contemporary brown. Back with ornate nerves. Title piece in brown morocco. Restored heads, bits and corners. A narrow slit with the upper bit in the tail. Chez La veuve Delaulne A Paris 1729 In-12 (9,5x16,7cm) (4) 349pp. (3) relié

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Traité des testamens codiciles, donations à cause de mort et autres dispositions de dernière volonté

      - 1g2.3 volumes in 4°, plein cuir, pieces de titre et tomaison en maroquin, manque à 2 coiffes, XXIV et 691 pages, iV et 790 pages, IV et 797 pages, Chez Cellot, 1729, Paris. Complet.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Bombillon]
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        Biblia. 1729. Das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrifft des Alten und Neuen Testaments, Nach der Übersetzung und mit den Vorreden und Randglossen D. Martin Luthers, mit Neuen Vorreden, Summarien, weitläufigen Parallelen, Anmerckungen und geistlichen Anwendungen, auch Gebeten auf jedes Capitel: Wobey zugleich Nöthige Register und eine Harmonie des, Neuen Testaments beygefüget sind. Ausgefertiget unter der Aufsicht und Direction Christoph Matthäi Pfaffen, Der Heil. Schrifft Doctorn, Professorn, Cantzlern und Probsten zu Tübingen auch Abbten des Closters Lorch.

      Tübingen, Johann Georg und Christian Gottfried Cotta 1729 - 2 in 1 Bd. 2°. 12 Bl., 1248 S., 4 Bl., 582 S., 80 S., 37 Bll. Zweipaltige Ausgabe. Titelblatt in Rot/ Schwarzdruck. (Mit 2 ganzseitigen Kupfertafeln, 3 doppelblattgroßen Kupfertafeln, 2 gest. Kopfvignetten.) OLdr. auf Holzdeckel. Auf 7 Bünde gebunden. Restauriertes Exemplar. Mit handschriftl. Besitzvermerk a. V. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Altstadt Antiquariat Bode]
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        Jobi Physica Sacra, Oder Hiobs Natur-Wissenschafft, vergliechen Mit der Heutigen. Beigebunden: Wiedeburg, Johann Bernhard. Matheseos Biblicae Specimen Primun-(Quintum) exhibens Explicationes Locorum Mathematicorum .

      Zürich, Bodmer; Jena, Bortoletti, 1721; 1727-1729. - In 1 Band. 20x16,5 cm. 16 n.n. Bl., 467 S., 1 w. S., 16 n.n. S. / 4 n.n. Bl., 96 S.; 8 n.n. Bl., 80 S.; 8 n.n. Bl., 96 S.; 13 n.n. Bl., 93 S., 1 w. S.; 5 n.n. Bl., 86 S. Pp.-Bd. der Zeit. Scheuchzer: Nicht bei Brunet, Poggendorff, Graesse etc. - Erstausgabe. - (2 Bl. (S. 249-250) mit winzigem Einriss im oberen Seitenrand). - Der Mathemtiker und Astronom Johann Bernhard Wiedeburg (1687-1766), Professor an der Universität Jena, versuchte die Mathematik mit der Theolgie zu verknüpfen.1.-5. Teil (von 7): 1. Exhibens Explicationes Locorum Mathematicourm quae in Genesi occurunt. 2. . quae in quatuor posterioribus Pentateuchi Libris occurunt. - 3. . quae in Libris Josuae, Ruth, Samuelis et Regum occurunt. - 4. . quae in Libris Chronicorum Esdrae Nehemiae et Iobi occurunt. - 5. . quae in Hagiographis et Apocryphis Scripturae Libris occurunt. - Ohne den 1730 erschienenen 6. (quae In Prophetarvm Scriptis occurunt) und 7. (quae in N. Testamento occurunt) Teil. - (Papier gleichmässig leicht gebräunt). (Einband v.a. an den Kanten berieben). - Breitrandiges Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Title in Ottoman Turkish:] Tarih-i seyyah der beyan-i zuhur-i Agvaniyan ve sebeb-i inhidam-i bina-i devlet-i Sahan-i Safeviyan (A Traveller's Chronicle Concerning the Emergence of the Afghans and the Cause of the Collapse of the Safavid Dynasty).

      Istanbul: Dar al-Tiba'ah al-Ma'murah, 1142 ah (1729 ce) - Octavo (215 x 152 mm). Contemporary dark red quarter morocco, marbled sides, catch-title (Tarih-i Agvan) to bottom edge in black ink. Housed in a black quarter morocco solander box by the Chelsea Bindery. Four Ottoman ownership stamps to ff. 1 and 21, later (1189 AH) ownership inscription to f. 1 by "Ahmad", possibly the owner of the seal directly below; additional inscriptions to f. 66 and verso of final blank. Minor loss to head and foot of spine with short split to head of front joint, earlier leaves with very faint damp-staining to bottom edge and slight finger-marking to bottom corners, very occasional light spotting to margins as usual, minute worm hole to gutter ff. [7]-10 and 72-97, old repair to f. 97v. with no loss of text, neat double incision to fore edge f. 66, ink-smudge to f. [5] r. and margin of f. 39 to no loss, f. 95 misbound between ff. 93 and 94. Overall a nice, crisp copy. A scarce title in a pleasing contemporary binding, this copy bearing several distinct Ottoman ownership seals yet with little real sign of wear. First edition in Turkish (printed with Arabic types) of this eyewitness account of the Afghan invasion of Persia in 1722 by Father Judasz Thaddeus Krusinksi (1675–1756), First published in French as Histoire de la dernière révolution de Perse in Paris, 1728. Krusinski, "the best known of the Polish Jesuits active in Iran" in the early 18th century, lived in Isfahan from 1707 to 1728 and again in the 1740s, serving as court translator, ambassador of French kings Louis XIV and XV, and intermediary between the Safavids and the Papacy (Encyclopaedia Iranica). The Afghan invasion saw the Safavid ruler Shah Sultan Husayn executed and the capital Isfahan sacked, precipitating the eventual downfall of the once-great empire in 1736 following a brief period of Safavid reconquest. Originally composed in Latin, Tarih-i seyyah was translated into Turkish by the Ottoman diplomat Ibrahim Müteferrika and became only the third text to be printed on his new printing press, the first press established under Muslim auspices. Following a long struggle against conservative religious sentiment, Müteferrika was finally granted permission for his project by Sultan Ahmet III in 1729. The first book printed was Kitab-i Lügat-i Vankulu, an Arabic–Persian–Turkish dictionary based on the Sihah of al-Jawhari, with the second being Katib Çelebi's Tühfet ül-kibar fi esfar il-bihar (Concerning Naval Expeditions), followed by the present title in the same year. The press was discontinued in 1742, with the consequence that any such "Turkish incunabula" are uncommon. Burrell 165 for the first edition and 448 for the first in English. Not in Blackmer or Atabey. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Traktat uchinennyi mezhdu Imperiuma Rossiiskago v Persii so vladetelem ispagansim Eshrefom. Dannyi ot Rossiiskoi storony. Parallel German title: Tractat, zwischen dem Russischen Reich und dem Sultan Eschref, Jetzigem Besitzer des Persischen Thrones zu Ispahan. Von russischer Seite ertheilet

      Gedruckt bey der Kayserlichen Acadeie der Wissenschafften, St. Petersburg 1729 - Folio (29.5 × 19.5 cm). Folded leaves; paper spine strip; 12 pp. Bilingual title and text in Russian and German in facing columns. Lacking one leaf (pp. 5-6); slightly resized; small paper repairs; moisture stains. First and only printing of a treaty signed between Russia and Persia in February 1729, at Rasht, which was the first agreement "to deal with the sovereignty issues of the Caspian" (Troubled Waters: the Geopolitics of the Caspian, 20). The treaty marks the inability of Russia to retain the rapid conquests made in Persia under Peter the Great. After his death in 1725, a number of treaties regulated the return of territories and the resolution of existing conflicts. In the present treaty, the Russians returned territories in exchange for the mutual right to navigate the region. The treaty was quickly invalidated, however, when the Afghan ruler of Persia, Ashraf Hotak, was overthrown by Nader Shah, who went on to rule as Shah of Persia. No auction records located. Not in the Fekula Collection. Bitovt 566. KVK, OCLC show the copies at Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Göttingen, and Strasbourg. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Penka Rare Books, ILAB]
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        RELIGIO BIBLIOPOLAE: Oder Die Religion eines Buch-Handlers, auch Leuten von andern Standen und Professionen sehr angenehm und nutzlich zu lesen. Wegen Seldenheit der darinnen enthaltenen Sitten-Lehren Aus dem Englischen in Teutsche ubersetzet.

      Hof: Johann Christian Martini, 1729. xiv, 157 pages, [i] errata. Attractively rebound in full leather, with minimal shelfwear. Illustrated with a copperplate frontis. Small "L" with a circle around it stamped on the title page. Minor staining to pages 27-34. Small tear with no loss at bottom of page 35-36. First edition. Previous owner's notations on an original blank endpaper. John Dunton (1659-1732). . First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA) ]
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        In dissertationem Italiae Medii Aevi censurae III. Viterbiensis, Veneta, e Brixiana: cum responsis III. Pro anonymo mediolanensi belli diplomatici historia tertio praemissa. Difesadi tre documenti antichi dell'Archivio del Real Monistero di Santa Giulia di Brescia , accusati di falso dall'anonimo milanese nella sua dissertazione corografica de Italia Medii Aevi inserita nel X tomo degli scrittori dell'italiane cose esposta da chi ha pubblicato il breve comentario dell'assedio di Brescia dell'anno 1438. Di Vangelista Manelmo vicentino.

      Ex Aedibus Soc. Palatinae - Rizzardi, 1729. 2 tomi in 1 vol., m. pelle no coeva, pp. cc.nn. 4 + 314 .

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        De situ paradisi terrestris ad illustrissimum [...]. Praecedit ad eundem conatus novus de Cepha reprehenso ex Galatarum secundo capite. [ensemble] De cepha ter correpto curae secundae chronologicae et apologeticae

      Rare first edition of these two treaties of the author. Illustrated with a folding map on the situation of paradise between the Tigris and Euphrate.Plein Calf frozen time. Back tooled raised. Part of title in red marouqin. Two cavities long 1cm along the head cover on both autre.L'étude of the book begins by looking at the Daniel Huet; the author commenting in turn verses corresponding to the situation of Eden. The second part of the work constitutes a search in the ancient texts and fathers of "église.Ex libris Peter Roller twentieth century. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Typis Martini Van Overbeke Lovanii (Louvain) 1729 - 1731 In 12 (9,5x17cm) (8) 96pp. clviij 40pp. relié

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        The Intelligencer

      Printed at Dublin. London: Reprinted, and sold by A. Moor ..., 1729. First collected edition. Nos. 1 - 19. [6], 217 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary panelled, Cambridge-style calf. Lower joint cracked but firm. Text clean and crisp. Engraved armorial bookplate of "The Revd Mr. Lee". First collected edition. Nos. 1 - 19. [6], 217 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. An Irish periodical published through the previous year and gathered here for the first time. Includes two pieces on John Gay, one on "the folly of gaming," one on "the foolish methods of education among the nobility," and several on economic matters. Portions of the text were written by Swift's co-editor, Thomas Sheridan. Teerink 64; Rothschild 2115

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        Wie die Rehe in Netzen oder Garn gefangen werden' : Jäger treiben mit Hunden das Wild in die aufgestellten Netze, reiche Baumstaffage. Darunter Lehrtext in deutsch und französisch.

      Augsburg 1729 - Kupferstich aus Ridinger, Vollkommene und gründliche Vorstellungen der vortrefflichen Fürsten-Lust oder der edlen Jagdbarkeit. Platte 34 x 41.5 cm, oben rechts alt handnumeriert, nur minimal fleckig, gutes Exemplar, [Thienemann, 35].- inkl. 19% MwSt

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Stiftskirche]
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        Panorama (Aurick').

      - Kupferstich v. Friedrich Bernhard Werner b. Jeremias Wolffs Erben in Augsburg, 1729, 31,5 x 99,5 Marsch, Friedrich Bernhard Werner, Seite 137; Fauser 908. - Einzige Ausgabe! - Kupferstich von zwei Platten gedruckt. - Mit Titelschriftband und Wappen. - Unter der Ansicht Legende von 1 - 4.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Gesamtansicht ('Braunschweig').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Friedrich Bernhard Werner b. Jeremias Wolffs Erben in Augsburg, dat. 1729, 34 x 99,5 Nicht bei Marsch, Friedrich Bernhard Werner! (vgl. jedoch Seite 138 (dort 3 andere Zustände aufgeführt). - Unser Exemplar mit der Adresse "F.B. Werner. Wratislav. delin. A° 1729. Haered. Ier. Wolffy excud. Aug. Vind". - Panorama von Braunschweig von 2 Platten gedruckt. - Unter der Ansicht Erklärungen von 1 - 28.

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      London: Printed for J. Tonson and J. Watts, 1729. The Third Edition. Hardcover. Good. 8vo. [14]pp (title page, table, introduction); 194pp. Illustrated. Restored. Text block recased. Half dark brown leather binding with brownish marbled paper covered boards. Five raised bands and gilt stamped title on red leather label on spine. New end sheets added in front and rear. Corner edge wear to pages. Title page and page 194 darkened. A good copy in a nice binding.

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        Gesamtansicht ('Auricum. - Aurich.').

      - Kupferstich b. Johann Christian Leopold in Augsburg, um 1729, 19,5 x 28,5 Marsch, Friedrich Bernhard Werner, S. 158, Nr. 11. - 1. Zustand!

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        Primatus Hispaniarum vindicatus., sive Defensio primatus ecclesiae Toletanae adversus Memoriale ecclesiae Hispalensis, in tres partes divisa. Hispanice conscripta a N. Sevillano eidemque primatiali ecclesiae dicata. Latine autem reddita a Cajetano Cenni, & aucta summis Capitum, rerumque memorabilium Indice.

      Romae, Ex Typographia Vaticana apud Joannem Maeriam Salvioni, 1729. - Large Folio (41x27 cm). Contemporary vellum, spine with ribbons, morocco title-label ( corners very sl. bumped). (xxviii),626 pp. including frontispiece engraved by Masini after Buxier de Barberie. With 3 engraved head-pieces. (With several convent-stamps, tear in title clumsely repaired, a few leaves with brown spots) - Over all a good and clean copy with wide margins. 4000g

      [Bookseller: Emile Kerssemakers ILAB]
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        RELIGIO BIBLIOPOLAE: Oder Die Religion eines Buch-Handlers, auch Leuten von andern Standen und Professionen sehr angenehm und nutzlich zu lesen. Wegen Seldenheit der darinnen enthaltenen Sitten-Lehren Aus dem Englischen in Teutsche ubersetzet.

      Hof: Johann Christian Martini, 1729. xiv, 157 pages, [i] errata. Attractively rebound in full leather, with minimal shelfwear. Illustrated with a copperplate frontis. Small "L" with a circle around it stamped on the title page. Minor staining to pages 27-34. Small tear with no loss at bottom of page 35-36. First edition. Previous owner's notations on an original blank endpaper. John Dunton (1659-1732). . First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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        Delft panorama - Boitet.

      NERGENS HET HIERLANDS PORCELEYN SUBTIJLER NOCH FIJNDER GEWROCHT ALS IN DEZE STADAangezicht van de stad Delft, gezien vanaf het westen, uitgegeven in 1729 door Reinier Boitet. Kopergravure vervaardigd door Coenraet Dekker, later met de hand gekleurd. Afmetingen (prent) ca. 44 x 124 cm.Dit panorama komt uit de eerste en enige editie van de ?Beschryving der Stadt Delft, behelzende een zeer naukeurige en uitvoerige verhandeling van deszelfs eerste oorsprong, benaming, bevolking, aanwas, gelegenheid, prachtige en kunstige gedenkstukken en zeltzaamheden. Nevens derzelver voorregten, handvesten, previlegien, en regeeringsvorm, alles ?t zamengestelt en getrokken uit oude handtschriften, memorien, en brieven, en met zeer veele echte bewysstukken (te vooren nooit gedrukt) bevestigt: door verscheide liefhebbers en kenners der Nederlandsche oudheden.??Het boek is een zeer uitgebreide heruitgave van burgemeester Dirk Evertsz Bleyswijck?s tekst over Delft en werd ??n van de belangrijkste publicaties over de stad.Delft is ?de vermaerste en aensienlijckste Stadt van Holland??, na de brand van 1536 was de stad al snel weer ?de schoonste en reynichste, de treflijckste en sindelijckste??. Over de nog jonge aardewerkindustrie: ?nergens het hierlands Porceleyn subtijler noch fijnder gewrocht als in deze stad??.Reinier Boitet, geboren te Rietveld, vestigde zich in Delft als boekhandelaar en drukker. Hij produceerde zowel schitterende gravures als tekstboeken, maar hij was ook actief als dichter en publiceerde vanaf 1721 zijn eigen nieuwsblad. Zijn drukkerij heette ?De Draeck??, en was gevestigd Wijnhaven 11-12.Prijs: 1.450,- (BTW margeregeling, incl. lijst).

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
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        Dictionaire italien et francois, contenant tout ce qui se trouve dans les meilleurs dictionaires ... Nouvelle edition augmentée de quantité de mots, proverbes, & manières de parler, des noms historiques, poëtiques, géographiques, & de tous les arts, & sciences qui ne se trouvent pas dans les autres editions ..

      Amsterdam: Jacques Desbordes, 1729. 2 volumes in 1, 4to, pp. [10], 502; [12], 411, [1]; engraved frontispiece, vignette title pages printed in red and black, text in triple column; an unrestored copy in full contemporary calf, elaborately gilt-tooled spine in 6 compartments, red morocco spine label; contemporary bookplate to front pastedown; a very good, sound copy. Giovanni Veneroni (1642-1708) was a French linguist, lexicographer, and grammarian. It is believed that he was a native of Verdun and later Italianized his name. He went to Paris, where he pretended to be from Florence, and had a great success as teacher of Italian and became secretary and interpreter of the King. He published an Italian-French dictionary with the title Dictionnaire italien et françois (1681), and a Grammaire italienne (1710), which were long time considered classical reference works and went through numerous editions. This edition not in Vancil.

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        Il Decamerone [.] nuovamente corretto et con diligentia stampato.

      (Florenz, Philippo di Giuntas Erben, 1527 [Nachdruck: Venedig, Pasinello, 1729]). - Eines von 300 Exemplaren dieses Nachdruckes der berühmten „Ventisettana" auf Papier und mit Typen des 16. Jahrhunderts; frühes Beispiel einer Bücherfälschung. Der Nachdruck, der auf Kosten von S. Ferrari (nach anderen Quellen des britischen Konsuls in Venedig und Bibliophilen Joseph Smith, 1682-1770) von E. Orlandini besorgt und von Pasinello verlegt wurde, ist mit der Originalausgabe nahezu identisch. Dem Fälscher sind jedoch einige Fehler unterlaufen, an denen sein Neudruck erkennbar ist (z. B. „Decemeron" in der 7. Zeile des 2. nn. Blattes). - „Every one of the numerous reprints of modern times must leave first place to the Ventisettana" (Gamba). - „Diese sehr ähnliche und schöne, aber incorrecte Nachbildung erschien auf Kosten des Consuls Smith zu Venedig bei Pasinello 1729, ist von St. Orlandini besorgt und bloß 300 Exemplare abgezogen. Ein Brand hat ihre Seltenheit noch vermehrt" (Ebert). - Einband leicht berieben, bestoßen bzw. fleckig. Rückenschild m. kl. Randfehlstellen. Die ersten Bll. schwach wasserrandig. Vereinzelt min. stockfleckig. Insgesamt schönes u. breitrandiges Exemplar. - Adams B 2147; Brunet I, 999; Graesse I, 449f.; Gamba 172 Anm.; Ebert I, 2521. Sprache: Italienisch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 4°. Mit wiederh. Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Titel u. am Ende. 8 nn. (das letzte weiß), 284 num. Bll., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild.

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        Polly: An Opera. Being the Second Part of the Beggar's Opera.

      London: Printed for the Author, 1729. 4to, contemporary quarter calf, marbled paper boards, red leather label, gilt rules and lettering. 31 pages of engraved sheet music. The sequel to John Gay's popular Beggar's Opera (1728), but in Polly the characters have moved from the streets and highways of England to the West Indies, a setting Gay uses to ridicule fortune-hunting colonialists and the English colonial system. Polly was sufficiently offensive to the powers-that-be that Lord Chamberlain declared it libelous and banned it from being rehearsed, which Gay writes about in his four-page preface. This is followed by a clever three-page introduction on the nature of sequels written in the form of a dialogue between a poet and actor. Contemporary armorial bookplate of Henry Streatfield on the front paste-down, father of the legendary beauty Sophia Streatfield (1755-1835). The Streatfield library was later sold by W. H. Robinson Ltd. On the front free endpaper is the bookplate of American collector Charles Walker Andrews, who has noted in pencil above the bookplate that he purchased this from Robinson in 1935. Binding a bit worn and stained; some light damp-stains in the text; a very good, large copy.

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        Mannheim. - Umgebungskarte. - Panoramaansicht. - "Manheimium".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, koloriert, um 1729. Von Johann Baptist Homann. 48,3 x 57,8 cm (Darstellung) / 53,3 x 61,0 cm (Blatt). Schefeld 30075. Alte Ansichten aus Baden. Mittig rechts in der Kartusche betitelt "Hodierna Sedes Electoris Palatini Manheimium ". Ferner mit dem Verlegervermerk "In Officina Homanniana". Die Ansicht nochmals in einer Bandkartusche betitelt "Prospect der Churf. Residenz St. Manheim". - Die Karte zeigt die Stadt im Grundriss mit den alten Befestigungsanlagen und der Umgegend, welche sich von Mannheim über den Rheinverlauf bis nach Neckerat erstreckt. Dekoriert ist die Ansicht mit einer schönen Himmelsrose. Die untere Panoramaansicht zeigt die Stadt mit ihren wichtigsten Gebäuden. Sehr dekorative Barockvedute mit dezentem Flächenkolorit in einem zeitgenössischem Druck auf Bütten des 18. Jahrhunderts mit Wasserzeichen. - Mit der normalen Verlagsbugfalte. Diese etwas leimschattig. Leicht fleckig. Im Ganzen gut erhalten. Johann Baptist Homann (1664 Oberkammlach - 1724 Nürnberg). Deutscher Kartograph, Verleger und Kupferstecher. Gründete 1702 seinen Verlag in Nürnberg. Lieferte etwa 200 Karten, darunter 1716 den 'Großen Atlas über die ganze Welt' und 1719 den 'Atlas methodicus'. Fertigte auch Armillarsphären und andere mechanische Kunstwerke. Homann wurde mit seinen qualitätsvollen, aber preiswerten Drucken der bedeutendste Herausgeber von Landkarten und Atlanten in Deutschland. 1715 wurde er Mitglied der Königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin und Kaiserlicher Geograf am Hof Karls VI. Der Verlag wurde von seinem Sohn Johann Christoph Homann weitergeführt. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Le droit de la guerre et de la paix. Nouvelle traduction par J. Barbeyrac, avec des notes de l'Auteur mème, qui n'avoient point encore paru en François, & de nouvelles Notes du traducteur.

      - A Amsterdam, Chez Pierre de Coup, 1729, volumi 2 , in-4, piena bazzana coeva, filetti, fregi e scritte oro sui dorsi, antiporte e frontespizi stampati in rosso e nero, tagli rossi, sguardie in carta marmorizzata. Bel ritratto dell'Autore inciso a piena pagina in antiporta e vignetta incisa all'inizio. Bell'esemplare.

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        Les Monumens de la Monarchie Francoise qui comprennent l histoire de France avec les figures de chaque regne que l injure des tems a epargnées. (5 Volumes Complets) Band 1: L`origine des François, & la suite des Rois jusqu`à Philippe I. inclusivement, Paris, 1729 / Band 2: La Conquête de l`Angleterre par Guillaume, Duc de Normandie, dit le Bâtard, tirée d`un Monument du tems. Et la suite des Rois, depuis Louis VI. dit le Gros, jusqu`à Jean II. inclusivement, Paris, 1730 / Band 3: La suite des Rois depuis Charles V. jusqu`à Louis XI. inclusivement, Paris, 1731 / Band 4: La suite des Rois depuis Charles VIII. jusqu`à Francois I. inclusivement, Paris, 1732 / Band 5: La suite des Rois depuis Henri II. jusqu`à Henri IV. inclusivement, Paris, 173

      Paris, ches Julien-Michel Gandouin / Pierre Francois Giffart, 1729 - 1733. - mit 306 (davon 110 ausfaltb.) ganzseitigen, Kupfertafeln nebst 6 Vignetten. * Vollständige Ausgabe in 5 prachtvollen Folio- Bänden ! Das Standardwerk zur frz. Geschichte, Kultur- wie Kunstgeschichte. [Don M.: 1655 im Schloss Soulage/Languedoc - 1741 Paris] französischer Gelehrter und Paläograph, kommentierte französische Monumente, darunter auch den erst wenige Jahre zuvor dank seiner wiederentdeckten Teppich von Bayeux. (vgl. Wiki) ** bestoßen, Kanten teils berieben, sämtliche Tafeln frische Drucke. ANY QUESTIONS ?? Please don t hesitate to ask for details !! ++ Visa & Mastercard accepted ++ Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 7000 OLdr.-bde, XL; 402 (22) / 342 (32) / 356 (32) / (22) 358 (26) / 432 (22) S., Folio (5 Bde. zus.) [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Historia Fuldensis in tres partes divisa. Accedit integer codes probationum plurimis monumentis. index abbatum emortualis antiquissimus.

      Frankfurt/M., bei Andreä & Hort 1729 - Folio. Gestochenes Frontispiz, 7 nn. Bl., 306 S., 11 n. Bl., 482 S., mit 1 gestochenen Karte, 5 Kupfertafeln, 6 gestochenen Initialen und 6 gestochenen Vignetten, sowie 30 Textkupfern. Pergament der Zeit, (etwas fleckig und berieben, untere hintere Ecke stärker bestoßen, kleine Fehlstelle auf Vorderdeckel). Erste und einzige Ausgabe, selten. - Demandt I, 272; Graesse VI/1, 296; ADB XXX, 571. - Johann Friedrich Schannat (1683-1739) war Bibliothekar und fürstlicher Historiograph in Fulda und gilt als der beste ältere Autor zur Fuldaischen Geschichte. - Vorliegendes Werk umfasst die Geschichte des von Bonifatius gegründeten Klosters Fulda und seiner Äbte. Der zweite Teil mit einem umfassenden Urkundenbuch. - Die Illustrationen zeigen meist Münzen, sowie Darstellungen der Äbte und ihrer Wappen. - Die ersten Blatt mit minimalen Randeinrissen, Frontispiz und Titel verso mit Bibliotheksstempeln, minimal stockfleckig, gutes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Il Decamerone di m. Giouanni Boccaccio nuouamente corretto et con diligentia stampato. (Impresso in Firenze per li heredi di Philippo di Giunta, nell'anno del Signore 1527 adi xiiij. del mese daprile)

      In 4to (224x160 mm). Stemma dei Giunti (Nihil candidius) al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida moderna, finti nervi e titolo in oro al dorso. Piccolo camminamento di tarlo alla cucitura dei fascicoli q-r. Un buon esemplare proveniente dalla raccolta di Franz Pollack Parnau, con più antico ex libris manoscritto alla prima carta bianca. Celebre ristampa veneziana della rara ventisettana di Boccaccio, eseguita in Venezia da Stefano Orlandelli con i torchi di Pasinello nel 1729, su richiesta del console inglese Joseph Smith. Della ristampa, "che mal a proposito suol indicarsi come contraffazione" (Gamba) furono stampate sole 300 copie, più una in pergamena, e valse come base per tutte le ristampe del Decamerone fino al 1761, quando si pubblicò il testo curato da Francesco Mannelli.

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        Méthode pour Etudier l'histoire avec un Catalogue des principaux Histoires & des Remarques sur la bonté de leurs Ouvrages & sur le choix des meilleures Editions par M. l'Abbé Lenglet du Fresnoy. Nouvelle edition augmentée e ornée de Cartes Géographiques.

      1729. Paris, chez Pierre Gandouin, Quai des Augustins, à la belle Image, 1729. Bella copia stampata su carta pesante ed ottime legature. Ex libris ai frontespizi Ettienne della Valle. SEI volumi in 4to grande (cm. 29); belle legature dell'epoca in piena pelle maculata con dorsi a 5 nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro; pp. (2), XVI, 568 + 11 grandi Carte Geografiche più volte ripiegate; (6), 576 + 12 grandi Carte Geografiche più volte ripiegate; (12), 428; (8), 545 (5); due volumi di SUPPLEMENT de la Methode... A Paris, chez Rollin, De Bure, 1741. Pp. XVI, 434 (2) a 588, VIII, 279. Axs

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        Antiquities of Constantinople

      1729. First Edition . [GILLES, Pierre] BALL, John, translator. The Antiquities of Constantinople. With a Description of its Situation, the Conveniencies of its Port, its Publick Buildings, the Statuary, Sculpture, Architecture, and other Curiosites of that City. London: Printed for the Benefit of the Translator, 1729. Octavo, contemporary full paneled calf rebacked retaining old endpapers, raised bands, red morocco spine label. $3000.First edition in English of this beautifully illustrated account of Constantinople, enlarged with an ancient description of the wards of Constantinople, with a copper-engraved frontispiece and title page, 11 copper-engraved maps, plans, and views (three folding), and a copper-engraved vignette, in contemporary paneled calf covers.This work is a translation and enlargement of Pierre Gilles’ two-part work on Constantinople and environs, which was “among the earliest to describe Constantinople and the Thracian Bosporus, regarding accurate and reliable information” (Blackmer 684). Gilles was a prominent humanist, diplomat, and naturalist who accompanied d’Aramon’s embassy to the Porte in 1547. He was tasked with collecting Greek manuscripts and other antiquities for the king of France. This work, however, was the most lasting result of the journey and Gilles stayed far beyond his scheduled visit to complete it. In it, Gilles discusses the city’s history, landscape, architecture, monuments, and markets. He pays special attention to the city’s major building triumphs, frequently analyzing them from both an anthropological and archaeological standpoint, making this an early and important source on Constantinople. “[Gilles] has given us the first circumstantial account of the antiquities of Constantinople and may be considered the founder of Byzantine archeology” (Cox I:122). First published in Latin as De Bosporo Thracio in 1561 and De Topographia Constantinopoleos in 1562, reprinted by Elzevir in 1632. The plates appear here for the first time, supplied by Ball. “This book is beautifully adorned with cuts of the Buildings, the Statuary, and Sculpture of that city” (Cox I:122). Minor marginal tear to upper corner of A5, not affecting text. Occasional minor spotting or soiling to text margins; plates clean and fine, with crisp impressions. A few small flecks of paint to covers. An attractive copy in contemporary paneled calf.

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        Des Theuren Mannes Gottes, D. Martin Luthers S

      Leipzig Johann Heinrich Zedler/Register: Leipzig, Bernhard Christoph Breitkopf 1729-1733/1740 - 12 bindings, containing 22 volumes and a register, (10) 16 588 (8) 834, (8) 4 674 (14) 608, (10) 16 640 (8) 674, (10) 4 548 (8) 636, (14) 744 (12) 576, (10) 32 664 (6) 8 651, (8) 16) 742 (8) 680, (6) 8 620 (6) 621, (10) 720 (6) 534, (6) 708 (2) 380, (8) 736 (2) 592 (4) 224, (26) 144 882 280 p. Contemporary Vellum, Folio H. 34,5 x L. 22,5 x W. 7-8,5 cm. -the complete set is ca. 90 cm. wide- (A single wormhole in the bottom margin of volume 13, top of the back covers of volume 19/20, 21/22 and the register lack a small piece of vellum, the text blocks are slightly browned at some places but not nearly as browned as usual, page 451/452 of volume 9 is present a second time in volume 8, all 22 volumes are illustrated with a large engraved head-piece depicting Luther at the beginning of the main text. Firm and complete set of the works of Martin Luther, 1484-1546. Included is a useful register which was specially made for this edition by Johann Jacob Greiff, 1699-1767. The set is uniformly bound in firm vellum bindings which are in very good condition and surprisingly clean. Altogether a beautiful set of the life's work of the renowned Martin Luther.)

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        Atlas C

      - Brown, Astron. Atlases, pp. 47-48; De La Lande, pp. 553-554; DSB V, pp. 22-26; Warner, The Sky Explored, pp. 80-82 note. The first revised edition (and first French edition) of Flamsteed's great, innovative and highly influential stellar atlas ("superior to all earlier atlases" - Warner), first published posthumously in 1729 (in folio) and here reduced, revised and corrected with the addition of a large number of new stars. This edition also expands the original 2 celestial hemispheres and 25 detailed star charts centred on particular constellations by adding the omitted hind parts of the constellation Hydra, a much more detailed chart of the central part of the southern hemisphere (never visible from Europe) by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille and a chart showing triangulations in the northern hemisphere. In fine condition, with only a small spot on the title-page and a couple marginal spots in the plates. Binding rubbed. A carefully revised and corrected edition of the most important celestial atlas of the 18th century.

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        Autograph letter in French, signed, to Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau.]Leiden, 10 December 1771. 25 x 20 cm (letter) & 23.5 x 18.5 cm (manuscript). Never bound.With: [MANUSCRIPT]. [FRANCQ VAN BERKHEY, Jean LE]. Memoires, pour servir a ce que l'illustre auteur de "L'histoire generale des poissons" Monsieur M. Du Hamel de Monceau, solicite a l'egard des morues.[Leiden, 1771].A letter and treatise in French, written in dark brown ink on paper in a neat and easily readable hand, the treatise with 9 tipped-in pen and ink illustrations drawn by the author (6.5 x 10.5 to 11.5 x 21.5 cm) and a few small illustrations in the text.

      - For Francq van Berkhey: NNBW IV, cols. 614-618. An autograph letter, signed, written in French by the Dutch antiquarian, medical doctor, naturalist, poet and fiery Orangist pamphleteer Johan le Francq van Berkhey (1729-1812) to the great French naturalist, man of letters and naval inspector, Henri Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782), presenting his present unpublished, illustrated supplement to the first parts of Duhamel's four-volume account of fish and fishing, Traité général des pesches, et histoire des poissons, (Paris 1769-1782). Le Francq's treatise is devoted to the Dutch fishes, fishing industry, fish markets and fishing vessels, with special emphasis on cod fishing. It gives a remarkably detailed picture of the Dutch fishing industry, covering not only various kinds of fish and the fishing methods, but also the organisation and economics of the trade. He discusses the various kinds of fishing boats, fishing techniques, the preservation of fish in barrels, the market, prices paid in both Holland and Flanders. In very good condition. A letter by the leading Dutch naturalist to the leading French naturalist, with the former's detailed and well-illustrated unpublished manuscript on the Dutch fishing industry.

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        Pragmatische Geschichte Der Cron Böhmen, Worinnen dasjenige, Was unter jedwedem Hertzoge und Könige von Böhmen von Zeiten zu Zeiten merckwürdiges vorgegangen, Und So wohl in die ehemalige als jetzige Grund-Verfassung dieses Königreichs Und dessen besondern Nexum mit dem Römischen Reiche einschlägt, Historisch erörtert wird.

      Leipzig, Christoph Riegel, 1729. 4°. Mit gest. Frontispiz (Gelehrter in einer Bibliothek). 3 Bll., 912 S., 36 Bll., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. durchzogenen Bünden, handschriftl. Rückentitel u. dreiseitigem Farbschnitt. Erstausgabe. - Geschichtlicher Abriß Böhmens von den Karolingern bis Karl VI. - Einband min. berieben u. etw. fleckig. Vorderes Vorsatzbl. zur Hälfte entfernt. Etw. gebräunt, sonst schönes Exemplar. - Jöcher, Suppl. II, 1475. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Glafey, Pragmatische Geschichte Der Cron Böhmen

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        Monsieur de Thou's History of His Own Time. Translated from the Geneva Edition of 1620. In two volumes.

      London and Newark: Printed by E Say, and sold by W Meadows, B Motte and T Worral, J Stagg, T Jackson - London; and B Farnsworth at Newark, 1729 An extremely rare copy of the English translation of Jacques Auguste de Thou's major historical work, the first books of which appeared in Latin in 1604. M de Thou served both Henri III and Henri IV as a Counsellor of State, and was involved in negotiating the Edict of Nantes. His position was not continued by Marie de Medici, but he did serve in her court. He was determined that his History should be as impartial as possible - a forensic and unbiased approach (exceptional for that time) - so he wrote it in Latin as the then still universal language. It covered the period 1545 - 1608 and was issued in 4 parts. He was uniquely placed to write it and it is still considered to be an important work. The first collected edition was put together in 1620, 3 years after his death in 1617. After that, there were translations into German and then into French. Bernard Wilson, the English translator, was the Vicar of Newark between 1719 and 1772. He had a reasonably wealthy living due to his long term association with Thomas Holles, Duke of Newcastle, and he dedicated Vol I of the translation to him. The second volume is dedicated to John, Duke of Rutland, who offered him further advancement. The 2 volumes cover the period up to 1560, and include M de Thou's Last Will and Testament, a short section on 'The Author's Life' and an account of de Thou's life from his Memoirs, in 6 books. The volumes are in a modern half morocco and buckram binding, with gilt-decorated raised bands and title and volume labels to spine. The bindings show very little wear. Internally there are new endpapers and initial and end blanks. The book was in a library, and there is some evidence of removed stickers to the front endpapers and blanks but this is not obtrusive. There are small circular library stamps to title and end pages and repeated in the top gutter of every 100 pages - not affecting text but sometimes crossing the header. There are some ink library notes to the verso of both title pages. To finish the job, there are stamps only visible on the page edge when the book is closed to the top and bottom page edges. Contents: Vol I - title page 1729; author's last will and testament 2pp; dedication 4pp; de Thou's dedication to Henri IV pp i-xxviii; the author's life pp xxix-xxxii; M Lingelsheim's preface to the Geneva Edition 2pp; translator to reader 2pp; History Books I - XIV pp 1 - 699; errata (with lib stamp); Index 4pp. Vol II - title page 1730; dedication 4pp; The Life of M de Thou from his own memoirs pp i-cxli; History Books XV - XXVI pp 1 - 558; appendix pp 559 - 564; Index pp 565 - 568. Sections have decorative head and tailpieces and initial capitals. The contents are bright with some light speckling at times to the top margin (soot) and occasional marking - sometimes individual small marks, sometimes wider yellowed areas. The paper varies in thickness. Vol I :a number of edge and gutter tears: 4 have old repairs with a tape which has darkened; the remainder have been repaired using acid-free archive tape. There is occasional loss to corners or edges - and one loss including a section of text in the gutter of pp293-4. One ink annotation. Vol II: very few tears; some loss in gutter pp cix-cxi; small burn hole appearing at p227 and affecting pages to 232; mispagination 117 for p 217; couple small ink notes. Please enquire if you would like to see additional images to better assess condition.

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        Collegium curiosum . Oder ein sehr nützliches Werck, darinnen curieus und doch vollkömmlich abgehandelt wird, was zur Physiognomie, Chiromantie, Metoposcopie und Anthropologie gehöret.

      Frankfurt und Leipzig, Ph. W. Stock, 1729. - Mit 4 gefalt. Kupfertafeln, 4 gefalt. Holzschnitt-Tafeln und 3 Textholzschnitten. 3 Bll., 128 S. Buntpapierumschlag. Graesse, BMP 101. - Erstmals 1704 erschienen. - "Er ist ein wüthender Feind eines gewissen Kreises abergläubischer Anschauungen, wie sie das gewöhnliche, tägliche Leben zu beherrschen pflegen. Gegen diese zieht er spottend und scheltend zu Felde und seiner redseligen Feindschaft verdanken wir ein wahrhaft unerschöpfliches Register derselben. Aber dabei steckt er selber tief im Aberglauben, sobald derselbe nur eine Art religiöses, wissenschaftliches oder gelehrtes Gewand trägt. So sind die Astrologie und die Chiromantie, die Metoposcopie, der Glaube an Hexen und Zauberei für ihn unumstößlich sicher, sie sind theils Mittel, deren sich das göttliche Wesen zu seiner Offenbarung bedient, theils Mittel des Teufels, verwerflich aber in Wirklichkeit vorhanden" (ADB XXVII, 520).

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        The Dunciad Variorvm [Variorum]. With the Prolegomena of Scriblerus.

      Printed by A Dod, London 1729 - , [4], Illustrated title page, 16 pages advertisement and letter to the publisher; Martinus Scriblerus his Prolegomena to the Dunciad, title page and 30 pages; The Dunciad in three books with Notes Variorum, title page then 124 pages, [4]. First Edition , rebacked with new calf spine, retaining original boards, scuffing and wear to edges and covers, binding is sound, pencil notes from previous owner on front paste down, slight foxing and browning to pages, pages generally very clean, good condition. . , full calf, five raised bands on spine, tan label with gilt title on spine, blind stamp patterned border on front and rear boards , quarto, 26 cm x 20 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité de mécanique, où l'on explique tout ce qui est nécessaire dans la pratique des arts, & les propriétés des corps pesans lesquelles ont un plus grand usage dans la physique.

      Paris: J.B. Coignard jr. for Compagnie des Libraires, 1729. 2nd Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Contemporary sheep (rubbed, spine wormed, chipped at head & tail), gilt spine, [10]-333-[1] pp. (usual browning and spotting, wormtrack in 1st quires touching some letters). Good large paper copy.Very rare reprint (1st ed. Paris 1695) of a treatise on mechanics by La Hire (1640-1718). Woodcut illustrations and diagrams in text. Not in BL London, BN Paris - "Although passed over by the majority if the historians of mechanics, this work marks a significant step toward the elaboration of a modern manual of practical mechanics, suitable for engineers of various disciplines. On the theoretical plane, La Hire's treatise was already out of date at the time of its appearance because it ignored Newton's laws of dynamics... on the other hand... he furnished useful descriptions and put forth the suggestion following Desargues, of adopting an epicycloidal for gear wheels" (DSB). Very Good.

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        Histoire naturelle, civile, et ecclésiastique de l'Empire du Japon (2 Bände in 1).

      La Haye, Gosse & Neaulme, 1729. - Traduite en François sur la version angloise de J.-G. Scheuchzer. Mit gestochenem Titel, 2 gestochenen Titelvignetten, 1 Kopfvignette, 45 meist gefalteten Kupfertafeln, 4 Blatt, LII, 217 Seiten; 2 Blatt, 313 (recte 323) Seiten, 96 Seiten, Lederband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, 35 x 24 cm, Einband etwas berieben und bestossen, innen etwas gebräunt, Kupfertitel etwas fleckig, Vorsatz mit ergänztem Eckabriss, Vorsatz mit Wappenexlibris des Priesterseminars Bruchsal der Diözese Speyer. Erste französische Ausgabe der berühmten Japanbeschreibung des deutschen Reisenden Engelbert Kämpfer (1651 bis 1716) in den Jahren 1690 bis 1692. Seine Manuskripte wurden erstmalig 1727 in London herausgegeben, 1729 dann in Paris und erst 1777/79 in deutscher Sprache. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Atlas Céleste de Flamstéed, approuvé par l'Académie Royale des Sciences, et publié sous le privilege de cette compagnie.Paris, F.G. Deschamps, "l'Auteur" [= Fortin] (colophon: printed by the widow Hérissant), 1776. 4to. With 30 double-page engraved star charts, 9 pages of letterpress tables of stellar data. Contemporary half calf, gold-tooled spine.

      Brown, Astron. Atlases, pp. 47-48; De La Lande, pp. 553-554; DSB V, pp. 22-26; Warner, The Sky Explored, pp. 80-82 note. The first revised edition (and first French edition) of Flamsteed's great, innovative and highly influential stellar atlas ("superior to all earlier atlases" - Warner), first published posthumously in 1729 (in folio) and here reduced, revised and corrected with the addition of a large number of new stars. This edition also expands the original 2 celestial hemispheres and 25 detailed star charts centred on particular constellations by adding the omitted hind parts of the constellation Hydra, a much more detailed chart of the central part of the southern hemisphere (never visible from Europe) by Nicolas Louis de Lacaille and a chart showing triangulations in the northern hemisphere. In fine condition, with only a small spot on the title-page and a couple marginal spots in the plates. Binding rubbed. A carefully revised and corrected edition of the most important celestial atlas of the 18th century.

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        De la méthode d'observer exactement sur mer la hauteur des astres. Pièce qui a remporté le prix proposé par l'Académie Royale des Sciences pour l'année 1729.

      Paris, Jombert, 1729. ____ Première édition séparée. Deux parties : Examen des instruments. - Des corrections qu'il faut faire à la hauteur apparente des astres, pour avoir la hauteur véritable. Pierre Bouguer (1698-1758), jeune prodige, succéda à l'âge de 15 ans à son père comme professeur royal d'hydrographie. Il acquit une grande autorité en France sur tous les problèmes de théorie nautique. A l'âge de 29 ans il avait remporté trois fois le prix proposé par l'Académie Royale des Sciences. Celui-ci est le second. Exemplaire grand de marges. Polak 1048. *****. In-4. [266 x 206 mm] Collation : (4), 72 pp. et 2 planches dépliantes. Cartonnage papier éponge bleu, étiquette de titre sur le plat. (Reliure moderne.).

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        Treves. Capitale de l'Archévêché du même nom".

      - Kupferstich bei Peter van der Aa, 1729, koloriert. Ca. 33,4 x 41,3 cm. Rosar, Gedruckte Trierer Gesamtansichten von den Anfängen bis ca. 1800, Nr. 4.6.6. Dekorative Ansicht der Stadt Trier nach Visscher. Die Darstellung wird umgeben von einem prachtvollen Rahmen, der einen barocken Bilderrahmen imitiert. Darin befindet sich ein Schild mit der Angabe "A Leide Chez Pierre vander Aa, Avec Privilege". Ansicht und Rahmen sind von zwei Platten gedruckt. Die Darstellung zeigt die Stadt Trier von St. Maximin bis St. Matthias, links erkennt man die Martinsmühle. Die Stadt wird umgeben von Hügeln, auf der Mosel sind Schiffe dargestellt. Im Vordergrund auf der anderen Moselseite sind Winzer bei der Weinlese zu sehen. Aus "Le Galerie agréable du monde", gedruckt in Leiden, ein 60 Bände umfassendes Werk, das nur in 100 Exemplaren gedruckt wurde. Sehr selten!

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      London, printed for A. Bettesworth; and J. Batley, 1729. discovered in near three hundred memorable histories: containing I. Dreadful Judgments upon Atheists, perjur'd Persons, Blasphemers, Swearers, Cursers and Scoffers. II. The miserable Ends of divers Magicians, Witches, Conjurers, &c. with several strange Apparitions. III. Remarkable Presages of approaching Death, and of Appeals to Divine Justice. IV. The wicked Lives, and woeful Deaths of wretched Popes, Apostates, and desperate Persecutors. V. Fearful Judgments upon cruel Tyrants, Murderers, &c. with the whole discovery of Murders. VI. Admirable Deliverances from Imminent Dangers, and Deplorable Distresses at Sea and Land. VII. Divine Goodness to Penitents: With the dying Thoughts of several Famous Men concerning a Future State after this Life. Collected from Antient and Modern Authors. And Illustrated with Pictures. By Robert Burton. EIGHTH EDITION, 1729. 12mo, approximately 155 x 85 mm, 6 x 3¼ inches, frontispiece and 15 woodcuts in the text, 189 pages plus 3 pages of adverts, lacks final advert leaf, full calf, rebacked, red and green gilt lettered labels to spine, gilt rules to spine, marbled endpapers, armorial book plate to first pastedown. Binding slightly rubbed, covers darkened at edges, 1 corner worn with slight loss of leather, pale age-browning and foxing throughout, adverts have small tear with loss to outer margins, not affecting text. A good copy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Il pellegrino guidato alla visita delle Immagini più insigni della B. V. Maria in Roma ovvero Discorsi familiari sopra le medesime detti i Sabati nella Chiesa del Gesù...

      per il Barnabò, 1729. 12mo (cm. 14,5), 4 Voll., antiporta incisa, 12 cc.nn., 502 pp., 1 c.nn. (bianca); antiporta incisa, 6 cc.nn., 490 pp., 1 c.nn. (bianca); antiporta incisa, 6 cc.nn., 478 pp., 1 c. nn. (bianca, assente); antiporta incisa, 6 cc.nn., 468 pp. Legature inizi ‘800 in mz. pergamena con titoli ms. al ds. Tagli azzurri. Ottimo esemplare. Opera interessante e rara. Prima e unica edizione. Rossetti, 1636. Fossati-Bellani, 1186 (incompleto). Non in NUC, non in Schudt.

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        Apoll und Phaethon auf dem Sonnenwagen.

      - Claire-obscure-Holzschnitt von zwei Stöcken, 1729, nach einer Zeichnung von Paolo Farinati (1524-Verona-1606), auf Bütten mit undeutlichem Wasserzeichen. Darstellungsgröße 40:27,3 cm, Blattgröße 55:38,3 cm. – Guter Abdruck, im Ganzen nicht ganz frisch und mit kleinen, sorgfältig restaurierten Einrissen in den Rändern. Die Zeichnung, die Le Sueur als Vorlage diente befindet sich heute im Besitz der National Galleries of Scotland. Aus: „Receuil d’estampes d’après les plus beaux tableaux et d’après les plus beaux dessins qui sont en France dans le Cabinet du Roy, dans celuy de M. le Duc d’Orléans et dans l’autre Cabinet. Bd. I (enthält die römische und venetianische Schule). Paris, Impr. Royale, 1729. Nicolas Le Sueur, war der Sohn des Zeichners und Formschneiders Pierre Le Sueur d.Ä. (1639-1716). Er war der Älteste dieser ursprünglich aus Rouen stammenden Künstlerfamilie. Wie sein Vater war er als Formschneider tätig. Bei Nagler heißt es zu diesem Künstler: Nicolas Le Sueur „ brachte es im Formschnitte unter den Künstlern dieses Namens am weitesten. Er begnügte sich nicht mit dem einfachen Schnitte, sondern wendete dabei das Helldunkel an, welches er durch einzelne Holztafeln bewirkte. Die Umrisse wurden vom Grafen Caylus, von C.N.Cochin, und von Robert de Serri geätzt, so daß durch die Kupferstecher- mit der Formschneidekunst verbunden wurde, um ein malerisches Bild mit Licht und Schatten hervorzubringen. Es wurden dabei zwei oder drei Holzplatten angewendet, welche le Sueur herrichtete. Zur Vervielfältigung bedienten sich die Künstler vieler Zeichnungen aus dem Cabinet Crozat " (zit. Aus Nagler, Bd. XX, S. 114).

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