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      - Madrid, 1729. Oficina de Francisco de El Hierro y varios. Cartoné con lomera en piel y dorados posterior de época con raspaduras en lomera. 558 + 2 grabados + 603 + 301 + 338 + 1 grabado + 333pp., 20x15cm. Algo corto de márgenes. Marcas y notas de anterior propietario. Papel oscurecido y puntos de óxido. ( Vitrina San José ) LITERATURA ESPAÑOLA

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Raimundo]
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        MEMOIRES pour servir a l'histoire des hommes illustres dans la Republique des Lettres, avec un Catalogue raisonnè de leurs Ouvrages.

      Briasson, 1729-1745, Paris, - 39 (su 44) voll. in-16, leg. cart. rust. coevo con tit.mss ai d. La nostra serie raccoglie 39 voll. mancando i volumi 16, 17, 18, 29, 39. Il vol. X è doppio perchè suddiviso in 2 parti. Gli ultimi voll., a partire dal vol. XXXI, contengono gli Indici alfabetici generali per articolo. Opera bibliografica e principale del Niceron (1685-1738) contenente 1600 "articoli" con precise schede bibliografiche, ancora molto utile per le notizie di grande erudizione contenute. Rara ediz. orig. Qualche lieve brun. ma bell'esempl. in barbe. [161]

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      Printed By The Assigns of His Majesty's Printer and of Henry Hills Deceased., London 1729 - **LIMITED TIME ONLY! 50% OFF ALL ANTIQUARIAN SHOP INVENTORY! (DISCOUNT ALREADY APPLIED TO PRICE SHOWN)** Contemporary black leather, fully gilt, all edges gilt, decorated endpapers. This handsome duodecimo edition is extra-illustrated with 55 plates produced for this format by Richard Ware, London. General mild wear in an attractive period binding. Contemporary marginalia. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HISTOIRE VERITABLE & SECRETTE (sic.) DES VIES ET DES REGNES de tous les Rois & Reines d'Angleterre, depuis Guillaume I. surnommé Le Conquerant, jusqu'à la fin du Regne de la Reine Anne.

      - Amsterdam, Wetsteins & Smith, 1729, 10x17, trois volumes. Reliures en plein parchemin. Dos lisses, portant titre et tomaison à l'encre. Chaque volume s'ouvre avec un frontispice. Ouvrages en bon état général, papier très frais et sans rousseur (envoi de photos sur demande). Augmenté d'un abregé de l'histoire générale de chaque Regne tirée principalement des manuscrits originaux, des meilleurs mémoires, anecdotes, & historiens authentiques. Traduit de l'anglais.

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      1729 - CLUVER, Philipp. PHILIPPI CLUVERI INTRODUCTIONIS IN UNIVERSAM GEOGRAPHIAM, tam VETEREM quam NOVAM LIBRI VI. Cum integris Johannis Bunonis, Joh. Frid. Hekelii & Joh. Reiskii, & selectis Londinensibus notis. Textum ad optimas Editiones recognovit; Pauca Cluverii, multa interpretum sphalmata obelo notavit; Bunonianis Tabulis geographicis passim emendatis novas accuratiores addidit; Praefationemque de Cluverii fatis & scriptis Historico-criticam; cum praecognitis geographicis, praefixit Augustinus Bruzen la Martiniere . Editio omnium locupletissima. Amstelaedami: Apud Petrum de Coup, 1729. First published in Leiden, 1624, this is the last edition of Cluver's popular geographic history. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece, 47 maps (16 folding), 4 plates (2 folding), and 1 folding table. Quarto. [42],688,[59] pp. 24.7 x 19.2 cm (9 3/4 by 7 5/8 in.) Handsomely bound in a modern, full vellum binding in period style, having green ribbon ties and a handwritten title on spine. A complete copy. The frontispiece and title-page are browned. There is a small, light dampstain that begins at the bottom forecorner of p. 639. The last few leaves of the index show general light soiling and are rather tired. Overall, a clean and fresh copy. The main text describes all the countries of the world, including a section on America and the islands of the 'New World' (pp. 666-686), and is illustrated throughout with engraved maps. The accompanying map of America (it depicts North, Central, and South America), the last one in the atlas, shows California as an island. The text includes notes by Johann Buno, Johann Friedrich Heckel and Johann Reiske, taken from earlier editions of the work; these are printed throughout in smaller type in double columns beneath the main text. Text in Latin. A bibliography of preceding editions is given on pp. [9-10], along with a list of errata and directions to the binder on pp. [41-42], in the unpaginated section at the beginning of the book; and there is a [59] page index at the end of the volume. (Graesse 2, p. 204; Sabin 13085).

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        Histoire de l'Académie Royale des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres, depuis son etablissement jusqu'à present. Avec les m moires de littérature tirez des registres de cette Académie, depuis son renouvellement jusqu'en MDCCX. Tome premier (-cinquième).

      Paris, Imprimerie Royale, 1717-1729. - 5 Bde. Mit zus. 3 Frontispizen, 5 gest. Titelvignetten, 48 gest. Tafeln, 18 Textkupfern und -vignetten sowie 8 gest. Initialen. Lederbände der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. Marmorvorsätze. Gr.-4to. Dekorative Reihe der ersten fünf Bände der "Geschichte der Königlichen Akademie der Schönen Wissenschaften zu Paris". Die Zeitschrift sollte bis 1843 auf 51 Bände anwachsen. - Zahlreiche philologische Passagen in griechischer und hebräischer Sprache; die Kupferstiche zu Numismatik, Archäologie, Musik, Geographie etc. - Sauber und kaum gebräunt; relativ breitrandiges Exemplar. ZDB-ID 448905-6. OCLC 9091297.

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

      London Printed for the Author 1729 - First Edition in Original Wrappers GAY, John. Polly: An Opera. Being the Second Part of the Beggar's Opera. London: Printed for the Author, 1729. First edition. Quarto (9 5/8 x 7 5/8 inches; 245 x 192 mm). [4], vii, [1], 72, 31, sheet music, [1, blank] pp. With engraved sheet music. Title printed in red and black. In original blue paper wrappers. Uncut. Some professional repairs to wrappers. New stitching to wrappers. Two previous owner's bookplates tipped in to inside front wrapper. Chemised and housed in a quarter blue morocco slipcase. Very good. "Polly, a musical play by J. Gay (q.v.), published in 1729. Its production on stage was prohibited by the lord chamberlain. The play is a sequel to The Beggar's Opera." (The Oxford Companion To English Literature 628) HBS 64980. $1,750 [Attributes: First Edition; Soft 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.

      J.B. Coignard jr. for Compagnie des Libraires, Paris 1729 - 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). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Biblia, das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrifft Alten und Neuen Testaments]. Die Heilige Schrifft Neuen Testaments.

      Tübingen, Johann Georg & Christian Gottfried Cotta, 1729. - Large folio (447 x 290 mm). (8), 582 [but: 572], 80, (76), 1101-1248 pp. With engr. headpiece and double-page-sized ebgr. map. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards with beveled edges. Five brass bosses at each spine end; covers show central bosses and 5 (out of 8) corner bosses. Remains of clasps. 18th-century Luther Bible (New Testament only), elaborately bound in the style of the early 17th century. The map shows the travels of St. Paul (with edge tears and loss to paper). Fol. M3 (p. 137f.) shows tear and loss to pagination. Pages 1233-1236 are erroneously bound after p. 1228. Printed on strong paper; somewhat browned and brownstained throughout. Binding wormed; hinges and raised bands rubbed. Front-cover fittings are complete, but three of the rear-cover fittings are lost. Some damage to flyleaf and title page from the fittings' nails, which have pierced the cover. Württ. Bibelslg. E 1255. Lüthi 112 (VT only). Cf. Darlow/Moule 4231 (1730 ed.). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Present State and Regulations of the Church of Russia. Establish'd by the Late Tsar's Edict. Also in the Second Volume a Collection of several Tracts relating to his Fleets, Expeditions to Derbent, &c

      London: Printed by S. Holt, and Sold by J. Brotherton, at the Bible in Cornhill, 1729 - 2 Volumes in One vols., 8vo. With an Accurate Map of the Caspian Sea. lxxvi, 455 pp. Recent dark calf, red morocco label. Fine

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        Traité de la Coupe des Bois

      - Pour le Revetement des Voutes, arrieres-voussures trompes, rampes et tours rondes. Utile aux arts de charpente, menuiserie et marbrerie. Jacques Josse & Claude Jombert, Paris, 1729. Contemporary full speckled calf with spine in six compartments the second with tan morocco title label and the remaining in decorative panels with central floral spray within a lozenge surround comprising small flower head ornaments and lavish foliate cornerpieces the whole within high raised banding; crimson speckled edges; 300x246 mms. First Edition. With copper engraved arms header to dedication and forty-six plates all but two folding; engraved by Aveline after drawings by the author.A stunning copy in excellent contemporary binding internally crisp and clean. Extremely scarce with only one copy for sale at auction in the last thirty years. [ABPC] Brunet also ran into difficulties sourcing a copy: "ouvrage recherché et qui se trouve difficilement". Brunet I, 963. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Mémoires de Monsieur L*** conseiller d'état, contenant : L'Histoire des Guerres Civiles des années 1649 & suivantes ; principalement celles de Guienne & autres Provinces.

      S.n. [Guérin], S.l. [Paris] 1729 - 547 pp. + 581 pp., 2 volumes, in-12, reliure pleine basane d'époque, dos 5 nerfs, caissons ornés. Edition Originale peu commune. Importants pour la Fronde, ces mémoires ne se recommandent pas par leur impartialité. Procureur Général en 1641, Lenet fut pendant la Fronde, chargé par Condé de plusieurs missions et principalement de négocier un traité avec l'Espagne. Il dut s'enfuir de France lors de la pacification de 1653 et ne put revenir qu'en 1661. "Lenet, dit Madame de Sévigné, avait de l'esprit comme douze". Mémoires d'un grand intérêt car l'auteur n'y relate que des faits dont il a été le témoin. Il fut particulièrement actif lors de la guerre de Guyenne et des luttes autour de Bordeaux comme agent du Prince de Condé et de Madame de Longueville. Une deuxième partie de ces mémoires, traitant de la période précédant la Fronde (1627-1643) fut publiée en.1826 dans la Collection des mémoires relatifs à l'histoire de France publiée par Petitot (tomes LIII et LIV). Coiffes et pièces de titres manquants, frottements et coins émoussés, papier en très bel état. Bon ensemble. In-12° [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        I.) Biblia, Das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrift Alten und Neuen Testaments, Nach der Übersetzung und mit den Vorreden und Randglossen D. Martin Luthers, mit Neuen Vorreden, Summarien, weitläuffigen 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. II.) Die Heilige Schrift Neuen Testaments, Nach der fürtrefflichen Ubersetzung und mit den Vorreden auch Rand - Glossen Martin Luthers: Da dann neue nach dem Zweck eingerichtete Summarien, weitläu

      Tübingen, Johann Georg und Christian Gottfried Cotta, 1729 - I.) 2°, Fronti., 16 Bll., 1100 S. (restliche Bögen (ab S. 1101) in Bd II.), 2 Textvignette; 1 Kupferstich (Jüd. Ritualgeräete etc.); Faltkarte: Abriss der Stadt Jerusalem; Das mittellaendische Grossmeer und Palestina.II.) 2°, Fronti., 4 Bll., 582 S.; 80 S. (Harmonia der vier Envangelisten), Klappkarte; 76 unpag. S. (Namen - Register); S. 1101 - 1248 (Apocrypha). Frontispiz (Kupferstich von Joh. Aman), aufklappbare Landkarte (Land-Charte über dlie Reysen der Hl. Apostel sonderlich Hl. Pauli.)., Pergament geprägt, der Zeit., I.) Fronti. mit Randläsuren, etwas fleckig, Deckel berieben, Schliessen vorhanden, min. WurmfrassII.)Fliegender Vorsatz fehlt Fronti. u. Titelblatt lose, fleckig, (wie es sich für eine gebrauchte Bibel gehört), teilw. Blätter mit Randfehlstellen (kein Textverlust). Frontdeckel mit kleiner Brandspur, Fehlstelle am Rücken, Schliessen fehlend. Johann Christian Klemm (1688 in Stuttgart , ?1754 Tübingen), tüchtiger Theologe, wurde 1717 Professor der Philosophie, der griechischen und orientalischen Sprache in Tübingen; sein Schwager, der bekannte Kanzler Chr. Matth. Pfaff suchte ihn in die theologische Facultät zu bringen, 1725 wurde er trotz des Widerstrebens derselben, welche an seinen Scriptis irenicis Anstoß nahm, wenigstens mit der außerordentlichen Professur bedacht, Mai 1730 erhielt er die ordentliche Professur, 1736 wurde ihm zugleich die Prälatur Hirsau übertragen, welche Stelle er bis zu seinem Tode behielt. Besonders bekannt und eigentlich allein bedeutend wurde er durch seine Bemühungen, eine Vereinigung der beiden protestantischen Confessionen und Kirchen herbeizuführen; noch als Professor der Philosophie schrieb er: ?Die nöthige Einigkeit der protestantischen Kirchen?, Tübingen 1719, worin er nachzuweisen suchte, daß in den Fundamentalartikeln des Glaubens beide Confessionen übereinstimmen, daß der Punkt in der Lehre von der Person Christi, welcher die Differenzen verursachte, kein Fundamentalartikel sei, sowenig wie die Lehre von dem h. Abendmahle, [154] 1722 vertheidigte er seine Lehre in: ?Vertheidigte Glaubenseinigkeit?, auch sein ?Irenisches Zeugniß? 1724 diente demselben Zwecke. Der Versuch scheiterte allerdings an Kursachsen. K. selbst gab seine Bemühungen mit dem Bemerken auf, daß er der lutherischen Lehre durchaus nichts habe vergeben wollen.Christoph Matthäus Pfaff (1686 Stuttgart; ?1760 Gießen) evangelischer Theologe, wurdet 1717 Professor für Theologie in Tübingen und war seit 1720 außerdem Propst und Kanzler der Universität. Nach einem Zwischenfall 1756 wurde er nach Gießen versetzt und war dort bis zu seinem Tode Professor der Theologie, Kanzler der Universität und General-Superintendent.Pfaff gilt neben Johann Franz Buddeus und Siegmund Jakob Baumgarten als der bedeutendste Bahnbrecher der theologischen Aufklärung innerhalb des deutschen Protestantismus. Er nahm pietistische Elemente auf, interpretierte sie aber im Sinne der Aufklärung. 15000 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Secrets of the Invisible World Disclos'd. Or, an Universal History of Apparitions Sacred and Prophane, Under all Denominations; Whether, Angelical, Diabolical, or Human Souls departed. [previously: 'History and Reality of Apparitions']

      J. Clarke A. Millar and J. Green, London 1729 - Hardcover, 8vo, [xii +] 396 pp, Contemporary calf boards, with later (nineteenth century?) leather spine raised bands and blind tooling and leather spine labels with gilt titling between bands. Frontis, and five full-page engraved plates. The third issue of the first edition of the last of Defoe's treatises on the supernatural. It was also the last issue published during the author's lifetime. The book was first published anonymously in March 1727 under the title "An Essay on the History and Reality of Apparitions " but perhaps because of the anonymity sales were slow. In November 1728 it was reissued using the same sheets as the first edition, but with a new title-page which identified the author as "Andrew Moreton" (a pseudonym which Defoe had used several times previously) a different title and a different publisher ("J. Peele"). In February of the following year it was reissued once more, using the same first edition sheets, but again with a different title page, the details of which was essentially the same as those of the second issue, except that it had yet another publisher's imprint (J. Clarke, A. Millar and J. Green). This, the third issue of the First Edition, was also the final issue of that edition. The Second Edition, which was a complete new printing, did not appear until 1735, four years after the author's death. The book itself is essentially a lengthy argument attesting to the existence of beings of "the invisible world." The waning of belief in witchcraft during the seventeenth century had been accompanied by a broader rejection of the supernatural, a viewpoint against which Defoe argued vehemently, suggesting that disbelief in apparitions was tantamount to religious unbelief. In this work he explores the nature of ghosts, angels, and other supernatural beings, arguing that while they may not be as we imagine them (he did not, for example, believe ghosts to be the spirits of departed people) they existed nonetheless, as had been well attested throughout history. The full subtitle gives a fair summation of its contents: Or, an Universal History of Apparitions Sacred and Prophane, Under all Denominations; Whether, Angelical, Diabolical, or Human Souls departed. Shewing I. THEIR various Returns to this World; with sure Rules to know, by their Manner of Appearing, if they are Good or Evil ones. II. The Differences of the Apparitions of Antient and Modern Times; and an Enquiry into the Scriptural Doctrine of Spirits. III. The many Species of Apparitions, their real Existence, and Operations by Divine Appointment. IV. The Nature of seeing Ghosts before, and after, Death; and how we should behave towards them. V. The Effects of Fancy, Vapours, Dreams, Hyppo, and of real or Imaginary Appearances. VI. A Collection of the most Authentic Relations of Apparitions, particularly that surprizing One attested by the learned Dr. Scott. The spine has been sympathetically rebacked, probably during the nineteenth century, preserving the original boards, which are rubbed and rounded at the corners. Old pencil notes to rear blank and pastedowns, clipping from a bookseller's catalogue advertising a different edition on the front pastedown. Title page a little grubbing, a few spots of browning and a few faint discolored patches to the margins here and there, but the over all the pages are clean and supple, and generally the books is an attractive VG+ copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Plan van Brussel.

      1729 - The Hague: I. van der Kloot, 1729. Coloured. 500 x 585mm. An old plan of the city of Brussels concentrating on the military defences, with a 51-point key in Dutch and French.

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      Venedig, Angiolo Pasinello, 1728-1729. - 5 Bde. in 4. (12), 477, (1) SS. 18 SS. - XXIV, 487, (1) SS. - (6), 412 SS. 51, (2) SS. 19, (1) SS. - (20), 308 SS. (4), 264 SS. Mit gest. Portraitfrontispiz, 5 (wdh.) gest. Titelvignetten, 4 (wdh.) gest. Kopfstücken und 3 gest. Initialen. Pergamentbände der Zeit mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen. 4to. Zweite Werkausgabe (eine erste, jedoch weniger vollständige, war bereits 1707 erschienen), herausgegeben von J.-B. Casotti und A. F. Seghezzi. Der toskanische Dichter und Kirchenmann G. della Casa (1503-56) war Erzbischof von Benevent und päpstlicher Nuntius in Venedig, wo er die Inquisition einführte. Sein berühmtes Sitten- und Erziehungsbuch "Galateo" wurde in Italien so sprichwörtlich wie im deutschsprachigen Raum der "Knigge". - Zur vorliegenden Edition gehören auch einige Teile mit eigenem Titelblatt bzw. Impressum, die nicht von Pasinello gedruckt und wohl auch separat vertrieben wurden: "Le terze Rime di M. Giovanni della Casa" (18 SS.) am Schluß von Bd. 1 trägt das Kolophon "In Usecht al Reno appresso Jacopo Broedelet 1726"; die "due Orazione di Monsignor Gio. della Casa" (51 SS.) im 3. Band haben das Titelblatt "Lione, Bartolommeo Martin", o. J., danach folgen "Aggiunta di alcune cose appartenenti al primo tomo delle opere di Mons. della Casa" (19 SS.). - "Bonne édition, plus complète que celle de 1707 [.] A la fin du 3e volume doivent se trouver deux morceaux, qui ont une pagination particulière, et dont l'un est un dialogue. intitulé 'il Tasso'" (Brunet). - Papierbedingt teils etwas braunfleckig; zahlreiche Bleistiftmarginalien. Insgesamt sauberes, hübsch gebundenes Exemplar. Brunet I, 1610. Gamba 289. Acq. Vanzetti 18.42. OCLC 13601484.

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        Oeuvres diverses.

      Didot,, Paris, 1729 - 3 volumes. Paris, Didot, 1729. Petit in-8°. 2 f. n. ch., XXVII p., 2 f. n. ch. (table), 359 p.; 2 f. n. ch., 393 p., 1 f. n. ch. (table); 2 f. n. ch. (table), 420 p. Plein cuir, dos à nerfs, pièce de titre rouge, tomaison, titre et décor dorés au dos. Tchemerzine 3, 898. - Edition originale. - "Première édition de ce recueil dont Voltaire et Walckenaer attribuaient la publication à l'abbé d'Olivet. Cette édition est très négligée; c'est cependant la première." (Tchemerzine) - Ex libris, nom sur le faux titre, quelques accrocs et trous de ver aux couvertures, coiffe tome 2 se déchire. Sprache: Französisch Plein cuir, dos à nerfs, pièce de titre rouge, tomaison, titre et décor dorés au dos. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Receuil de Lions, dessinez d'après nature par divers Maitres & gravez, par Bernard Picart. Divisé en six Livres chacun de six feuilles.

      - Amsterdam, chez Bernard Picart, le Romain, à l'Etoile, 1729. Oblong 4to (260 x 198mm). pp. (2), 6, with publisher's vignette on title, an additional engraved title, and 42 fine engravings of lions on 36 leaves. Contemporary half calf, a bit rubbed, preserved in a new cloth box. First edition of this fine suite of engraved plates on the lion by Bernard Picart. Many of the plates are by Picart, others after Rembrandt, LeBrun and Dürer. Bernard Picart (Paris 1673 - Amsterdam 1733) was a well-known painter, draughtsman and engraver. His first signed engraving (1693) was the Hermaphrodite after Poussin. After studying at the Académie Royale and working in Paris he finally moved to Amsterdam converting to the Protestant faith. The first plate shows anatomical details of the claws of the lion. The charming frontispiece shows a wooded landscape, with the skin of the Nemean Lion draped over a rock and Hercules' club resting agaist it.Brunet IV, 630. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire des Révolutions de Suède, Où l'on voit les changemens qui sont arrivez dans ce Royaume au sujet de la Religion & du Gouvernement; Histoire des Révolutions de Portugal

      Henri Scheurleer, La Haye 1729 - Lg. 8vo. 2 volumes in one. [vi] 159 pp., [ix] 64 pp., [iv]. Half title page: "Histoires Des Revolutions Romaines, De Suede, Et De Portugal Par L'abbe De Vertot." Bound in full period calf with gilt spine and 5 raised bands. The binding shows some wear and rubbing to edges but sound. Edges red. Missing front and back free endpapers and blank. Some age browning to pages not affecting text. Else, a very tight copy in good+ condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Il decamerone.nuovamente corretto et con diligentia stampato.

      Firenze,Philippo Di Giunti 1527. (ma Venezia 1729) - [Contraffazione-Boccaccio] (cm.24,3) bella piena pergamena posteriore con unghie, titolo manoscritto al dorso. -- cc. 8 nn., cc. 284. Marca tipografica all' inizio e in fine. E' questa la celebre contraffazione della ventisettana, stampata a Venezia da Stefano orlandelli coi torchi del Pasinello in soli 300 esemplari. Vedi per le differenze Zambrini, Parenti, De Bure e Renouard "Notice sur les Junte". L' eccezionale rarità dell' edizione indusse il console Smith a finanziare questa preziosa contraffazione riproponendo così un testo universalmente riconosciuto che fu di riferimento fino all' edizione del Mannelli del 1761. Esemplare bellissimo nitido e marginoso. * Bacchi Della Lega p.36; * Gamba 172; * Graesse I 449; * Brunet I 999; * Borromeo: Novellieri Italiani p.9; * Haym III p.20; * Zambrini 87; * Parenti "Falsi Luoghi" p.87.[f68] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Letter Signed ("Le Card. de Fleury) to Cardinal Corradini on matters relating to the Jansenists

      [Paris?, 9 mai 1729 - A letter of great interest, relating to Jansenism and the reaction of the Church authorities to the challenge it posed. Fleury (1653-1743) was an extremely powerful advisor and minister to Louis XV, a member of l'Académie Française. He wrote this immediately following the death of Cardinal de Noailles, the Archbishop of Paris who was closely associated with policy of the Papal Bull known as Unigenitus (1713), which had virtually banished Jansenists from the Church. In the years following the Bull, known as the period of 'appeal' because the Jansenists called for a new Church Council to resolve the issues, the clergy was divided. In his letter announcing the death of the Cardinal de Noailles, Fleury expresses his hopes for a period when Jansenism will diminish, and cites various cases of retraction among the dissidents. "Je commence ma réponse par la nouvelle que Votre Eminence recevra sans doute d'ailleurs, qui est la mort de M. le Cardinal de Noailles. Il avait une connaissance si confuse et si embrouillée qu'il ne put même pas prononcer le symbole avant de recevoir le Saint Viatique, et n'a pas été en état de prononcer une seule parole de suite sur les sentiments dans lesquels il mouroit. Le chapitre a nommé six vicaires généraux dont plus de la moitié sont bons et les autres ne sont que douteux. Il y a lieu d'espérer que s'ils ne font pas grand bien, au moins ne feront-ils pas de mal . Il ne fault pas être étonné que les Jansénistes cherchent ê profiter de tout et l'interprêter ê leur avantage. S'il falloit en croire leurs gazettes, presque tout le monde seroit en France de leur parti et Dieu merci rien n'est plus faux, car un grand nombre des novateurs ouvrent les yeux tous les jours, et je pourrois citer depuis un mois plusieurs exemples de rétractations sincères d'appel. Les chapitres de Laon, de Boulogne, de Tours, de Bayeux, etc., sont presque déja purgés des réfractaires . " Folio. 7 pp. Tipped into a bound volumes with several other documents, engravings of the period, including engraved portraits of Cardinal Noailles, Louis XVI, a portrait of Fleury himself, of Phillippe d'Orléans, regent of France, and a letter to Phillippe from a Carmelite order asking for charity. Full red morocco gilt, by SANGORSKI & SUTCLIFFE [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tutte le opere

      presso Jacopo Vallarsi,, In Verona, 1729 - Due volumi di cm. 30, pp. xxxiv (8) 398; (8) 317, (3) 82. Ritratto del Trissino all'antiporta del primo volume, frontespizi in rosso e nero con grande vignetta centrale, capolettera, finali ed una bellissima testata. Dopo la carta 296 del primo volume due tavole incise fuori testo con una pianta di Roma antica ed uno schema di "castramentazione". Il tutto finemente inciso in rame. Leg. coeva in cart. alla rustica con nervi passanti e titoli manoscritti ai dorsi. Esemplare genuino e marginoso, in barbe. Celebre e sontuosa edizione, celebrata dalle maggiori bibliografie. Cfr. Gamba, 1713. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Great Art of Artillery

      J. Tonson [printer], London 1729 - 404pp. 23 folding engraved plates detailing the science and construction of weaponry. First translated edition of what was for over a century the standard work on the science and technology of artillery. Originally published as 'Artis Magnae Artilleriae' in Amsterdam in 1650 the work contains one of the first tracts on the rocket as well as treating the subjects of pyrotechnics and weights and measures. This edition complete with all twenty-three engraved folding plates. Modern leather binding with new endpapers. Contents G - in Good condition. Some mild foxing and light marking to text and plates. Occasional sm. tears largely confined to margins. Edges uncut Full leather binding with impressed front panel. Gilt bands and embellished red title panel to spine [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The First Book of Architecture; Translated out of Italian, With an Appendix Touching Doors and Windows, By Pr. LeMuet, Architect to the French King; Translated into English by Godfrey Richard

      Printed for G. Sawbridge 1729 - 8vo. Fine modern binding with gold lettering and head & tail lines. 238 pp., (238 p. is marked 'finis') Also contains 66 full page illustrated plates, 2 folding illustrated plates and many smaller pictures and diagrams in the text. Lacking title page. Pages are unmarked, and internally good. Early 18th century English-language edition of the first book of Palladio's "I Quattro Libri Dell'Architettura", one of the greatest and most enduring works on architecture. Andrea Palladio (1508-1580), was an Italian Renaissance architect who lived and worked in Venice, and designed many buildings in Vicenza. "The First Book of Architecture" was first translated into English in 1663. This book is an early 18th century edition, with an added last section about Roof designs. I: What ought to be considered and prepared before you begin to build; II: Of Timber; III. Of Stone; IV: Of Sand; V: Of Lime and How to Work It; VI: Of Metals; VII: Of the qualities of Ground wherein foundations are to be laid; VIII: Of foundations; IX: Of the Fashion of Walls; X: Of the Method which the Antients did practice in making their stone buildings; XI: Od the Diminuation of Walls, and of their parts; XII: Of the Five orders used by the antients; XIII: Of the swelling of columns, and their diminutions, of inter-columns and pilasters; XIV: Of the Tuscan Order; XV: Of the Doric Order; XVI: Of the Ionick Order; XVII: Of the Corinthian Order; XVIII: Of the Composita Order; XIX: Of Pedestals; XX: Of Errors; XXI: Of Galleries, Entries, Halls, Anti-Chambers and Chambers, and of their Proportions; XXII: Of Floors, and Superficies; of Departments, Planchers, and Flat Ceilings; XXIII: Of the Height of Halls, Anti-Chambers and Chambers; XXIV: Of the Proportion of the Height of Chambers of the Second Story; XXV: Of the proportion of Halls, Anti-Chambers of the First story, which are arched; XXVI: Of the proportion of the height of chambers of the second story; XXVII: of the porportion of the Third Story; XXVIII: of the height of galleries; XXIX: of the just proportion which the upper galleries ought to have; XXX: of the measures of doors and windows; XXXI: of the proportion of principal gates; XXXII: of the proportion of inner-doors; XXXIII: of the proportion of windows; XXXIV: of the proportion of soils of windows; XXXV: rules to be observed in making doors and windows; XXXVI: of the just proportion which the pilasters of doors and windows ought to have in thickness and projecture; XXXVII: of the ornaments of doors and windows; XXXVIII: Of Chimneys in Halls, Chambers, Studies, and wardrobes, and of their proportions; XXXIX: of chamber-chimneys, and or their proportions; XL: Of chimneys in studies and wardrobes; XLI: of funnels of chimneys; XLII: what is observed in making chimneys and the fashion which was practised among the antients; XLIII: of staircases, and their divers manners, and the numbers and greatness of their steps; XLIV: of the height and breadth of steps; XLV: Of divers manners of stairs. OF ROOFS: RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS for framing all manner of roofs, whether square or beveled, either above pitch, or under pitch, according to the best manner practised in England: XLVI: Of Roofs; XLVII: Of the Design A; XLVIII: Design of the Gable End or Roof B; Of the Italian or Hip Roof C; L: Of flat Roofs D;LI: Of Hip Roof E; LII: roof bevel at one end and square at the other, Gable end square, bevel end hips; G, Roof Bevel at both ends and broader at one end than another. PLATES INCLUDE: #1-3: Walls, facing pages 13, 14 & 15; #4-8 : Columns, on page 21, page 27, page 29, page 33, page 37; 5: Tuscan columns, facing page 26; on page 29, on page 33;on page 37; Doric Columns: #9-14 : on page 41, page 43, page 47, page 49, page 55, page 57; #15-21: Or Ionick Columns: on page 61, page 63, page 67, page 69, page 73, page 77, page 79; #22-28 Corinthian Columns: on page 83, page 85, page 89, page 91, page 95, page 97, page 99; #29-35: Roman[Composita] columns: page 103, page 105 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tertullianus Praedicans, et Supra Quamlibet Materiam Omnibus Anni Dominicis, et Festis non ordinariis folum, fed etiam extraordinariis finguli Quadragesimae Feriis praedicabilem - Tomus Primus et Tomus secundus - 2 Bände in einem Buch. ordine Alphabetico copiose disposit am Sex Ad Minus Formans Conciones.

      Joannem Manfre, 1729.. Erstauflage, EA 632, 688 Seiten 4°, Leder. Goldprägung am Buchrücken, 6 Bünde, Kanten etwas berieben, sonst guter Zustand

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        Observations-Puncten. Welche . von Dero Kayserl. Majest. allergnädigst anvertrauten Dragoner-Regiment vorgeschrieben. 3 Tle. in 1 Band. Wien, J. P. Kraus 1738 / 39. Gr. 8°. 7 Bll., 296 S.; 3 Bll., 140 S.,10 Bll.; 142 S., 5 Bll., mit 2 gest. Frontisp., 1 gest. Titelvign., 2 gest. Kopfvign. u. 8 Textkupfer sowie 20 gef. Kupfertafeln, mod. Hldr. unter Verwendung der orig. Deckel.

      - Wurzbach - De Ridder 251 - Vgl. Lipperheide 2222 (3.Aufl.).- Erste vollständige, illustrierte Ausgabe; erstmals 1729 jedoch ohne den 3.Teil; dieser wurde bereits 1726 unter dem Titel ?Exercitium für die Dragoner zu Pferde und zu Fuß? gesondert herausgegeben und erst der 2. Aufl. der ?Observations-Puncten? hinzugefügt. (Vgl. Jähns II, 1589ff.).- Tlw. gebräunt.

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        Theologie astronomique, ou demonstration de l'existence et des attributs de dieu, par l'examen et la description des cieux, enrichie de figures. Traduite de l'anglois sur la cinquéme édition.

      1729 - Paris, chez Chaubert, 1729. 8:o. (32),287 pp. & 3 folded engraved plates. Contemporary full calf with raised bands, richly gilt spine, red morocco title label and sprinkled edges. Gilt extremities. Boards concave. A small stain of rust on the title page, but apart from that, a clean copy. From the library of Biby manor. The original, "Astro-theology: or, a demonstration of the being and attributes of God" was published for the first time in 1715 and translated into French by François Bellenger. The English clergyman and scientist William Derham (1657-1735) was a fellow of the Royal Society and an important representative of the physico-theological school of thinking, in which teleological arguments was put forth for the being and attributes of God. This work accounts for several newly identified nebulae, some of which we now know as star clusters. Derhams 16-feet long telescope was placed at the top of the tower of St Laurence's Church and was also used when he made his famous estimate of the speed of sound. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Het Zegenpralend Kennermerland Vertoont in Veele Heerelyke Gezichten Van Deszelfs Voornamemste Lustplaetzen, Adelyke Huizen, Dorp-En-stede-gebouwen.

      Jan Roman, Amsterdam - Amsterdam: Jan Roman (1729?-1732?). Folio, handsome modern binding of marbled paper-covered boards with gilt-lettered black leather cover label. An attractive clean copy. Two parts in one volume. Etched vignette on title page, etched headpiece on dedication leaf, two frontispieces, folding map and 100 engraved views on fifty leaves with brief descriptions. Scarce documentation of Dutch architecture and gardens of the late 17th and early 18th centuries with plans and views of town and country houses in Kennermerland, a fashionable country district north of Haarlem. The houses are in Dutch Regency style and the gardens, while still symmetrical, show natural elements superseding the formal. References: Berlin Catalogue 2246. Millard Architectural Collection, Northern European Books, 9. Size: Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Der Wolff in der Grube zu fangen mit dem Lam oder Schaff.

      . Kupferstich v. u. n. Joh. El. Ridinger aus Der Fürsten Jagdlust, 1729, 26,6 x 40. Thienemann, Nr. 41 - Blatt 29 aus "Der Fürsten Jagd-Lust". - Kleine randliche Mängel fachgerecht restauriert. Sehr schöner, klarer und kontrastreicher Druck.

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        Der einsprung eines Wolffs Garten.

      . Kupferstich n. u. v. Joh. El. Ridinger aus Der Fürsten Jagdlust, 1729, 26,6 x 40. Thienemann, Nr. 40 - Blatt 28 aus "Der Fürsten Jagd-Lust". - Sehr schöner, klarer und kontrastreicher Druck. - Selten

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        Tractatus Mago-Cabbbalistico-Chymicus et Theosophicus, Von des Saltzes Uhrsprung und Erzeugung, Natur und Nutzen,

      . Wobey zugleich Die Erzeugung derer Metallen, Mineralien und anderer Salien, aus dem Grunde der Natur bewiesen wird. [...]. Alles, nach einem Systemate Magico Universi, nebst andern in Kupffer gestochenen Problematibus, Denen Wahrheit-liedenden zur Einleitung in die Allerheiligste Göttliche Geheimnisse, Sammt vollständigen Register, aufgesetzet, von Einem Emsigen Liebhaber der Ewigem Wahrheit, G.A.S. [G.S. Sallwigt]. Saltzburg 1729. With 10 copperengraved plates of which 9 are folded. 3 leaves + 161 + (21) p. + 1 bl. leaf. Contp. halfleather with paperlabel on fronboard. Generally browning, boards worn. Stamp on inner frontboard and flyleaves. * 2nd edition of this important work on the Rosecrucian history with 10 plates showing geometrical figures and cabbalistic symbols. First edition was published in Frankfurt 1719 with a little different title, under the pseudonym G.A. Sallwight (1652-1727).<br>Duveen 526. Ferguson II, 317. Kopp II, 240. Hoover 872..

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        Physicae Experimentales, et Geometricae, de Magnete, Tuborum Capillarium Vitreorumque Speculorum Attractione, Magnitudine Terrae, Cohaerentia Corporum Firmorum Dissertationes: ut et Ephemerides Meteorologicae ultrajectinae

      28 folding engraved plates, one large folding engraved chart, & a folding printed table. Tables in the text. Title printed in red & black. 5 p.l., 685 pp. Large 4to, cont. half-vellum & paste-paper boards (covers rather rubbed, spine a little wormed), spine lettered in gilt. Leyden: S. Luchtmans, 1729. First edition and a surprisingly scarce book on the market. "Numerical data on the laws and phenomena of magnetism. Law of distance, p. 20; action of flames, p. 70; whirling magnet, p. 116; consequent poles, p. 243; declination at Paris and London, p. 150; dip, p. 206. Contains Halley&#39;s chart of magnetic lines."-Wheeler Gift Cat. 268-(illustrated). This work is also notable for containing Musschenbroek&#39;s experiments on the strength of materials, capillarity, and cohesion. "Of particular relevance to this collection is &#39;Introduction ad Cohaerentiam Corporum Firmorum,&#39; accompanied by a number of plates illustrating fractured test specimens and testing apparatus. Also of relevance is the chapter &#39;Tentamen de corporum Duritiâ,&#39; which concerns the hardness of materials."-Roberts & Trent, Bibliotheca Mechanica, p. 232. Musschenbroek (1692-1761), professor of natural philosophy and mathematics at Utrecht and, later, professor of experimental physics at Leyden, was one of the most celebrated physicists and most important investigators of his time. The experiments described in his books have become classics in elementary instruction. "Underlying Musschenbroek&#39;s lectures demonstrated with experiments was the experimental philosophy...the principal source of inspiration was Newton, but Galileo, Torricelli, Huygens, Réaumur, and others were important to this school."-D.S.B., IX, p. 596. Very good copy, preserved in a box. Ex Bibliotheca Mechanica. .

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        Nova plantarum genera, iuxta Tournefortii methodum disposita

      Typ. Bernardi Paperini 1729 Nova plantarum genera, iuxta Tournefortii methodum disposita quibus plantae MDCCCC recensentur, scilicet fere MCCCC nondum observatae, reliquae suis sedibus restitutae; quarum verum figuram exhibere visum fuit, eae ad DL aeneis tabulis CVIII graphice expressae sunt; adnotationibus atque observationibus praecipue fungorum, mucorum, affiniumque Plantarum sationem, ortum & incrementum spectantibus, interdum adjectis. Petro Antonio Michelio Flor. Florentiae, Typ. Bernardi Paperini, 1729. In - folio, (cm 31), pergamena coeva. Freschissimo esemplare genuino, a pieni margini e con barbe. Titolo in rosso con bella vignetta incisa, capilettera, testatine e finaletti incisi in rame alle carte preliminari. Opera dedicata a Giovan - Gastone de Medici. Pp. (24), 234 con in fine 108 belle tavole finemente incise in rame. Prima edizione di questa importante opera nella storia botanica, che descrive circa 1.400 nuove piante, precedentemente pressochè ignorate, con particolare riferimento alla micologia. P.A. Micheli (1679 - 1737). di Firenze, fu prefetto del Giardino dei sempici della sua città. Il Linaeus disse di lui che " Fuit ultra limites humanae naturae" e gli volle dedicare la Michelia; fu molto lodato anche da Haller e da Sprengel, il quale lo considerò "vir doctrina, acumine, ingenii et industria incomparabilis". Pritzel, 6202. Nissen, Botan. Buchillustration, 1363. Targioni Tozzetti, Vita e opere di P.A. Micheli, passim.

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        Die Geduld. ("Patience").

      . Kupferstich in Punktiermanier, in mehreren Farben, von W.W. Ryland (1729 oder 1732-1783), auf Bütten. Darstellung im Hochoval. 37,7:29 cm. Published London 1777. Literatur: Nagler 19; Le Blanc 25; Boerner 1979, vgl. 185; vgl. Ausst. Katalog: Angelika Kauffmann. Ein Weib von ungeheurem Talent. Hrsg. von T.G. Natter. Bregenz 2007, Nr. 150 (Rotdruck). Illustration zu William Mason, Caractacus.. Angelika Kauffmann war eine der berühmtesten Malerinnen ihrer Zeit. Bereits als 11jährige galt sie als Wunderkind. Als Tochter des Porträt- und Freskenmalers J.J. Kauffmann (1702-1782), der ihr erster Lehrer war, wurde Kauffmanns zeichnerisches und musikalisches Talent schon im Kindesalter erkannt und gefördert. Die beiden ersten Italienaufenthalte in den Jahren 1754-1757 und 1758-1766 brachten entscheidende künstlerische Impulse sowie die Verbindung zu zahlreichen potenziellen Auftraggebern. 1766 ließ sie sich in England nieder, wo sie zahlreiche Porträtaufträge von Hof und Adel erhielt. Nach der Heirat mit dem Maler A. Zucchi (1726-1795) siedelte sie 1782 nach Rom über, wo sie ebenfalls bald zu einer der gefeiertsten Künstlerinnen ihrer Zeit avancierte. Auch für die deutschen Romreisenden war ihr Atelier eine wichtiger Treffpunkt, insbesondere für den Weimarer Kreis um Goethe, Herder, die sie beide porträtierte, und Herzogin Anna Amalia von Sachsen-Weimar. Neben ihrer Porträttätigkeit betrieb Angelika Kauffmann ebenso erfolgreich die Historienmalerei. So führte sie Aufträge u.a. für Kaiser Joseph II. und für das russische Herrscherhaus aus. Bereits 1762 wurde sie Ehrenmitglied der Accademia Bologna und 1765 ordentliches Mitglied der Accademia di San Luca zu Rom. Zudem beteiligte sie sich 1768 an der Gründung der Royal Academy; gemeinsam mit Mary Moser (1744-1819), einer der berühmtesten Malerinnen Englands, gehörte sie zu deren einzigen weiblichen Mitgliedern.

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        Tractatus Mago-Cabbbalistico-Chymicus et Theosophicus, Von des Saltzes Uhrsprung und Erzeugung, Natur und Nutzen

      Wobey zugleich Die Erzeugung derer Metallen, Mineralien und anderer Salien, aus dem Grunde der Natur bewiesen wird. [...]. Alles, nach einem Systemate Magico Universi, nebst andern in Kupffer gestochenen Problematibus, Denen Wahrheit-liedenden zur Einleitung in die Allerheiligste Göttliche Geheimnisse, Sammt vollständigen Register, aufgesetzet, von Einem Emsigen Liebhaber der Ewigem Wahrheit, G.A.S. [G.S. Sallwigt]. Saltzburg 1729. With 10 copperengraved plates of which 9 are folded. 3 leaves + 161 + (21) p. + 1 bl. leaf. Contp. halfleather with paperlabel on fronboard. Generally browning, boards worn. Stamp on inner frontboard and flyleaves.. 2nd edition of this important work on the Rosecrucian history with 10 plates showing geometrical figures and cabbalistic symbols. First edition was published in Frankfurt 1719 with a little different title, under the pseudonym G.A. Sallwight (1652-1727).Duveen 526. Ferguson II, 317. Kopp II, 240. Hoover 872

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        Oeuvres de Nicolas Boileau

      La Haye: Chez Pierre de Hondt 1729 - 4 volume set, 7 inches tall. Splendid ful speckled calf with gilt raised bands, red morocco label and fine dense gilt tooling to the panels. Pink edges. Engraved plates and woodcut ornaments. With the bookplate of the Chateau de Cirey in each volume. This set is from the library assembled at Voltaire's former home, the Chateau de Cirey ( Champagne) by Mme de Simiane ( 1761-1835 ), sometime lover of Lafayette and later, a correspondent of Fanny Burney. Diane-Adelaide de Simiane's early life was colourful and she came to Cirey in 1795 after a period of incarceration during the Terror. Previously she had been married yo Charles-Francois de Simiane, who had served with Lafayette in America and who died in mysterious circumstances in 1787 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire Naturelle, Civile, et Ecclesiastique de l'Empire du Japon.

      Chez P. Gosse & J. Neaulme, 1729 - Tr. en Francais sur la Version Angloise de J.G. Scheuchzer. First French ed. Folio. 2 vols. (viii), lii, 217, (iv), 76, 67-313, 36, 39-73, 73-96pp. Engraved title, 45 engraved plates & maps. Contemporary full calf, rebacked, Plate XXVI right side margin trimmed, Plate XXX bottom side margin trimmed, and Plate XXXVII right side margin trimmed, otherwise fine. Ex-libris put on end-paper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus Mago-Cabbbalistico-Chymicus et Theosophicus, Von des Saltzes Uhrsprung und Erzeugung, Natur und Nutzen,

      1729 1729 - Wobey zugleich Die Erzeugung derer Metallen, Mineralien und anderer Salien, aus dem Grunde der Natur bewiesen wird. [.]. Alles, nach einem Systemate Magico Universi, nebst andern in Kupffer gestochenen Problematibus, Denen Wahrheit-liedenden zur Einleitung in die Allerheiligste Göttliche Geheimnisse, Sammt vollständigen Register, aufgesetzet, von Einem Emsigen Liebhaber der Ewigem Wahrheit, G.A.S. [G.S. Sallwigt]. Saltzburg 1729. With 10 copperengraved plates of which 9 are folded. 3 leaves + 161 + (21) p. + 1 bl. leaf. Contp. halfleather with paperlabel on fronboard. Generally browning, boards worn. Stamp on inner frontboard and flyleaves. * 2nd edition of this important work on the Rosecrucian history with 10 plates showing geometrical figures and cabbalistic symbols. First edition was published in Frankfurt 1719 with a little different title, under the pseudonym G.A. Sallwight (1652-1727).Duveen 526. Ferguson II, 317. Kopp II, 240. Hoover 872. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        GA aus der Vogelschau, "Constantinopolis".

      . Kupferstich aus Müller, Peregrinus in Jerusalem, 1729, 16.5 x 21. Seltene Ansicht aus der 1. Aufl. des Buches.Mit der Paginierung "293". - Restaurierter Einriß in der Faltstelle.

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        Tarih-I Seyyah

      The third book printed in Turkey, from the first press under Islamic auspices. 1729. Istanbul. Ibrahim Muteferrika. In 8vo (214 mm x 152 mm). 4 ff. + 99 ff. + 3 [blank]. A fine copy bound in its contemporary Turkish leather; probably the original binding. Excellent example: wide margins and overall very clean and fresh.The third book printed in Turkey ?"printed during the first year of the printing house´s existence. First edition. The first book printed in Turkey was Vankuli´s Kitab-i Lugat-i Vankuli; the second was Celebi´s Tuhfet ul-Kibar fi Esfar Il-Bihar (1729). Muteferrika (1674 ?" 1745) was born near Transylvania (Kolozsvar), soon he was captured by the Ottomans at a young age during his appointment as diplomat; whilst in Istanbul he became familiarized with the Turkish, their language, customs and religion ?"converting into Islam. Muteferrika was a learned humanist, educated in geography, astronomy, philosophy economy, and other sciences. Sultan Ahmed III gave him license to become a printer, and thus he began the first printing press of moveable Arabic type in Turkey, and under Islamic auspices. The press gave birth to 17 works, until it was discontinued in 1742. Muteferrika is regarded as one of the champions of Ottoman reform of the 18th century, and the introducer of the printing press into the Ottoman Empire.Father Krusinski (1675 ?" 1751) was a Jesuit missionary, head of the Jesuit missions to Isfahan, also, appointed diplomat of the French King to the Persian Court; during his stay in Persia he eye-witnessed the Afghan invasion of 1722, and the slaughter of the Persian Princes. He wrote this account on his experiences during the invasion and re-taking of the city, published in English, French and Latin. Furthermore, the work provides an overview of the historical processes of Iran, focused on the reorganization of the relations of power in the region. Muteferrika appoints himself as the translator, a fact disputed by Krusinski.Backer-Sommervogel, IV, 1264.

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        Bildnis eines jungen Mannes mit Perücke; Büste leicht nach links gewendet.

      . Kohle, teils gewischt, weiße Kreide und etwas Pastell, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen : "R BONAM D'ANJOU 1729", rechts am Rand unvollständig signiert. 29,7 x 20 cm. Papier stark vergilbt, Ränder ungleich.- Sehr reizvolle Portraitzeichnung. Schmidt, als Pastellmaler und Radierer tätig, arbeitete von 1737 - 1775 in Paris..

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        Berlin et Cöln, capitale de Prussia, umgeben v. gestochener Bordüre.

      . kol. Kupferstich ( v. 2 Platten ) v. van der Aa ( Pieter ) n. Schut aus Galerie agreable, 1729, 34 x 41. Ernst, AA, Pieter, Nr. 1 ( jedoch mit falscher Datierung); Berndt, Märkische Ansichten, Nr. 63. Nicht bei Kiewitz. Fauser I,1371. Sehr selten, da nur in 100 Exemplaren gedruckt.( Fauser).

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        Gesamtans., umgeben v. gestochener Bordüre, "Dresden. Capitale de la Misnie".

      . Kupferstich ( v. 2 Platten ) v. Peter v. d. Aa n. P. Schut aus Galerie agreable, 1729, 34 x 41. Fauser I,3260. Sehr selten, da nur in 100 Exemplaren gedruckt.

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        Tutte le Opere di Giovan Giorgio Trissino gentiluomo vicentino non piu raccolte

      Verona: Presso Jacopo Vallarsi, 1729. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good. First Edition. Two vols. in one; 4to., pp. half-title + frontis + [iii]-xxiv + [xlii] + [1]-296 + ff 2 (maps) + [297,298] + 299-398; [viii] + [1]-317 + blank + ff 1 + [1]-82; 18th c. half vellum over marbled paper boards; red morocco gilt spine label; boards worn with buckram reinforcements to spine; buckram-backed endpapers; all edges stained green; library inkstamp to front endpaper and title page; library pocket and electronic tag to rear endpaper; title pages in red and black; text generally clean and bright; a serviceable ex-library copy. First edition. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece portrait of Trissino, a Renaissance humanist, poet, dramatist, and grammarian. Born of a patrician family in Vicenza, Giovanni Giogio Trissino (1478-1550) was exiled from Venice for political reasons, but found favor with a series of Popes who offered their protection. His drama Sophonisba (1515), which is based partly on the life of a Carthaginian lady, served as a model for the early modern tragic form in theatre. He also helped promote the early career of architect Andrea Palladio, with whom he maintained a long friendship. Hard Cover.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. G. M. Seutter b. M. Seutter, "Dominium Venetium cum adjacentibus Mediolan, Mantuano, Mutinensi, Mirandolano, Parmensi, Placentino ducatibus ..".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, dat. 1729, 49,5 x 57. 1. Ausgabe. Links oben dek. Kartusche mit 6 Wappen und Engeln, rechts unten Erklärungen. - Gebiet Brixen, Triest, Florenz, Bergamo. - Unten links mit 1729 datiert.

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      London, printed for Thomas Page, and William Mount, 1729.Containing the Principles of Arithmetick and Geometry; with the Extraction of the Square and Cube Roots. Also Rules for finding the Prime, Epact, Moon's Age, Time of High - Water, with Tables for the same. Together with Exact Tables of the Sun's Place, Declination, and Right Ascension. Of the Right Ascension and Declination of the Principal Fixed Stars. Of the Latitude and Longitude of places. A large Table of Difference of Latitude and Departure, for the exact Working a Traverse. Also the Descripton and Use of the Sea - Quadrant, Fore - Staff and Nocturnal. The Problems of Plain - Sailing and Astronomy, wrought by the Logarithms, and by Gunter's Scale. A Tide Table. The Courses and Distances on the Coast of Great Britain, Ireland, France &c. And the Soundings coming into the Channel. With Directions for sailing into some Principal Harbours. 1729, small 4to, 190 x 140 mm, 7½ x 5½, 2 parts in 1 with separate title page for the Table of Difference of Latitude and Departure but continuous pagination, diagrams and a few woodcut illustrations in the text, half - title with 3 duty stamps as required for an almanac, reverse of half - title is list of books of navigation printed for Page and Mount, 132 pages, bound in contemporary full panelled calf, rebacked some time ago with raised bands and gilt lettering, endpapers replaced at that time, retaining original rear endpaper with name and date of 1731. Tiny chip at head of spine, with slight loss, uneven staining to covers, hinges rubbed, upper hinge cracked but holding on cords, small very pale damp - stain affects a few pages at top edge, upper margin cropped close in places, no loss to running title, inner paper hinge strenghened with old paper, contents otherwise in good condition, binding tight and firm. A very good copy. First published in 1676 the New Kalendar continued in print until the 1780s but was not issued annually until the early 1730s. For obvious reasons most copies were discarded when the new edition appeared, so that survivals are relatively uncommon. No copy of the 1729 edition is listed in ESTC but a copy is recorded in Trinity College Dublin (COPAC). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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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

      Paris: Chez la Veuve Delaulne, 1729. Octavo, with a folding map; a good copy in lightly worn contemporary French sprinkled calf, spine banded and gilt, crimson morocco label. Imaginary voyage to the Bering Sea. Early edition of an imaginary voyage to the Orient, purporting to be a translation from the Danish. Long recognised as one of the earliest imitations of Swift, most critics have also recognised this as one of the better attempts in the genre. Sailing from Copenhagen via the Cape of Good Hope the protagonist journeys past the newly discovered land of Japan, and into the imaginary lands of Norre and Arrimond, both situated on a land mass in the Bering Sea between latitudes 40° and 50°. Glanztby&#39;s adventures are numerous: he is party to a bloody revolution and its peaceful resolution, after which he assumes an ambassadorial role and journeys to the Court of China.

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        Politica de Dios, y govierno de Christo, sacada de la Sagrada Escritura, para acierto del rey.

      - M- Imp. Joseph Rodriguez de Escobar 1729. 21 cm. 333 p. Grabado xilográfico en portada, capitulares. Enc. en pergamino algo mareado, lomera rotulada, restos de antiguos cierres. Antigua restauración en esquina de p. 279, algunas páginas muy levemente tostadas. Guarda y hoja de respeto anterior con anotaciones dse contabilidad manuscritas. Ex-libris de anterior poseedor. (Ref. 9686-K). Bibliofilia. Religión.

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        BRITAIN'S GLORY: OR, SHIP - BUILDING UNVAIL'D. Being a general director, for building and compleating the said machines.

      London, A. Bettesworth; S. Fitzer; E. Midwinter, 1729.2 volumes in 1, the first being a second edition of 1729, the second being a first, having a separate title page dated 1717 and separate pagination and register. Folio, approximately 330 x 210 mm, 13 x 8¼ inches, title page to Volume I printed red and black, folding frontispiece portrait of George I engraved by D. Vander Guchte, 5 OF 6 ENGRAVED PLATES ONLY, about 70 woodcut illustrations in the text including 3 full page, pages xxvi, 134; (4), 286 including index, bound in modern light brown library buckram for the Law Society, gilt lettered red morocco label to spine, gilt emblem of the Law Society at top of spine, heavy grey endpapers with small Law Society bookplate on front pastedown. Faint round library stamp to front endpaper, reverse of frontispiece and title page where there is also a "Withdrawn" stamp, 2 further stamps in the text and 1 on the final page of index, frontispiece trimmed slightly at top edge, 2 small neat repairs to top edge of frontispiece, first title page browned in fore - edge and lower margin, neatly strengthened at edges with archival tape, faintly browned all over, name of George Sitwell across blank area of title page, presentation inscription in top margin plus a date in Sitwell's hand, occasional spot or small light stain to margins, 1 pointing hand, tiny closed tear on text page 53 (Volume II), no loss, light browning and spotting to leaves Rr1 - Aaa2 (II), no loss of legibility, binding tight and firm. A very good copy, lacking 1 plate as noted. The title page to the second volume reads: "THE PRICES OF THE LABOUR in Ship - Building Adjusted: or, the Mystery of Ship - Building Unveiled. Being a brief explanation of the value of the labouring part in ship - building; from a ship of the biggest magnitude, to a small boat. First, shewing the working the whole ship (sic), according to the length, breadth, depth and girt; and then by sub - divisions shews the value of every particular part". William Sutherland, shipwright, had made his name with the first major treatise on ship design in the eighteenth century: The Ship - builders Assistant, in 1711. This was aimed, like the book offered here, not only at fellow shipwrights but also merchants and entrepreneurs. Our titles were first published in 1717. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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