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        Kupferstich - Karte, b. J.B. Homann, "Asiae. Recentissima Delineatio, .".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, um 1730, 48,5 x 56 Frühe Homannkarte, aber mit Druckprivileg. Unten links die Titelkartusche, rechts oben eine weitere Kartusche Erklärungen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        The history and antiquities of Harwich and Dovercourt,

      4to., a large paper copy (31 x 24 cms.), 14 engraved plates (4 of which are folding), (4) + xxiv + 464pp., printed on thick paper, contemporary panelled calf, some wear to extremities, neatly rebacked retaining the original labels (although one label worn), a very good copy sometime in the library of the Dukes of Leinster at their country house, Carton or Carten House with their armorial bookplate* and shelf no. on front pastedown and arms in gilt at head of spine.Publisher: London: C. Davis and T. Green.Year: 1730Edition: Large paper copy of the first edition.

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        RUSSLAND,RUSSIA, SANKT PETERSBURG, 1730 Titel: Nova et accuratißima Urbis Sankt Petersburg à Rußorum Imperatore Petro Mexiewiz Ao. 1703 ad ostium Nevae Fl. condiatae et regionis circumiacentis Delineatio ; Nova et accuratißima Urbis S. Petersburg à Rußorum Imperator Petro Mexiewiz Ao. 1703 ad ostium Nevae Fl. conditae et regionis circumiacentis Delineatio ; Neue und accurate Abbildung der von dem großen Ruß. Kaiser Petro Mexiewiz Ao. 1703 an dem Außfl. deß Newa-Stroms erbaueten Statt St. Petersburg samt d. umligend gegend ; Abbildung der Neuen Rußischen Haupt-Residenz und See-Statt St. Petersburg per Matth. Seutter, Chalc., D. R. K. M. G.

      Matthäus Seutter ca. 1730, Augusburg - Landkarte, Stadplan / map, original altkolorierter Kupferstich, 56x49,cm,Enth.: Neue Abbildung von der Situation der Statt St. Petersburg, samt der Festung u. Hafen von Kroon Slot u. Insul Ritzart in der Ost-See oder Finnischen Meer-Busen, an dem außfluß des Stroms Neva gelegen u.sw. Abbildung der Neuen Rußischen Haupt-Residenz und See-Statt St. Petersburg. - Maßstab in graph. Form (Mensurae Russicae, Milliaria Germanica). - Titel oben de 500 Landkarte

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        Historical Account

      1730. First Edition . HUMPHREYS, David. An Historical Account of the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts. London: Joseph Downing, 1730. Octavo, early 19th-century full paneled brown calf expertly rebacked, raised bands, red morocco spine label. Housed in custom slipcase. $3800.First edition of this report of missionary activity in North America, with two engraved folding maps by Herman Moll, one of the Carolinas and the other of New England, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.“This work— which every collector of American history should possess— is illustrated with two maps, one of Carolina, the other of New England, &c” (Allibone I:919). “The whole of this volume relates to the proceedings of the missionaries in different parts of North America, together with the state of religion there” (Rich, 44). It contains separate chapters on the education of slaves and relations with Native Americans, including accounts of uprisings against the English colonies: “In the Year 1715, the Indians adjoining to the [South Carolina] Colony, all round from the borders of Fort St. Augustino to Cape Fear, had formed a conspiracy to extirpate the white people. This war broke out the week before EasterÂ… about 300 souls made their escape to CharlestownÂ… some few families fell into their hands, who were barbarously tortured and murdered.” (97-98). The two folding maps by Herman Moll are dated 1730 and depict both the English and Indian settlements and towns in the regions. Moll is also known for his maps in DampierÂ’s Voyages (1698) and for his famous “Beaver Map,” formally titled “A New and Exact Map of the Dominions of the King of Great Britain on ye Continent of North America” (1715). Howes H795. Sabin 33801. Bookplate of American poet and pioneering female art critic Mariana Griswold van Rensselaer. Contemporary signature of S. Shuckford, dated 1738, quite possibly Samuel Shuckford, one of George IIÂ’s chaplains.Interior fine, maps with small closed tears. Handsomely rebacked. Scarce.

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        Temple Beau WITH: The Miser

      1730. First Edition . FIELDING, Henry. The Temple Beau. A Comedy. As it Is Acted at the Theatre in Goodman's-Fields. WITH: The Miser. A Comedy. Taken from Plautus and Moliere. As it Is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's Servants. London: J. Watts, 1730, 1733. Two volumes. Slim octavo, early 20th-century full burgundy morocco gilt, raised bands, marbled endpapers. Housed together in a custom slipcase. $2000.First editions of two of Fielding's early plays, handsomely bound in full morocco-gilt.This set comprises two of Fielding's early plays from when he was just beginning to establish his reputation as a dramatist. The first, The Temple Beau, shows Fielding's promise, while the second—published just three years later—reflects Fielding's transition to a confident and accomplished playwright, fully in command of his talents. ""In March 1728 he left England for some months to study literature at the University of Leiden, in the Netherlands, and to see something of Europe. When he returned to London in January 1730 he had to carry his next play, The Temple Beau, to Goodman's Fields, a new playhouse with a much inferior company of actors located in the City. The comedy was nevertheless well received; Fielding's career as dramatist had begun in earnestÂ… The Miser (1733), a lively adaptation of Molière's L'Avare, was by far Fielding's most successful play in this classic form; it held the stage for years to come"" (DNB). Wing N4473, T49927. Early ink title page owner signature in The Temple Beau.Fine condition.

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        Zuidoost-Azië - Covens en Mortier, ca. 1730.

      ?Carte Des Indes et de la Chine??, kopergravure op twee aaneengemonteerde bladen vervaardigd door Guillaume De l?Isle, uitgegeven te Amsterdam door Jan Covens en Cornelis Mortier rond 1730. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 61,1 x 62,6 cm.De kaart werd uitgegegen als deel van De L'Isle?s ?Atlas Nouveau, Contenant Toutes Les Parties Du Monde, Ou sont exactement Remarqu?es les Empires, Monarchies, Royaumes, Etats, Republiques &c.? Fraaie kaart van zuidoost Azi? op groot formaat. De regio was door de Europeanen met hun handelsroutes uitvoerig bereisd, met name de eilanden van de Filippijnen en Oost-Indi?.Japan is op de kaart met het eiland Hokkaido (?Terre d' Yeco ou d'Eso?) verbonden aan het Aziatische vasteland en de Japanse Zee heet hier ?Mer Orientale ou Mer de Coree?. Korea is welliswaar veel te breed, maar correct als schiereiland weergegeven. Het mytische, maar niet bestaande, ?Lac de Chiamay?, de veronderstelde oorsprong van de rivieren Irrawaddy, Dharla, Menam, Brahmaputra en Mekong ligt in het noorden van Birma. Verder staat de kaart vol met steden, wegen, rievieren en topografie.Prijs: ?950,-.

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        \"Abbatia Fuldensis alias Buchovia seu Fagonia\".

       Altkol. Kupferstich von T.C. Lotter, um 1730, 50 x 57 cm. Bistumskarte mit figürlicher, altkolorierter Kartusche rechts unten. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Hessen, Landkarten

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        Novissima Et Accuratissima Delineatio Status Ecclesiae Et Magni Ducatus Hetruriae.

      Augsburg, August Vindel, c. 1730, - Incisione su rame, mm.500x570 alla battuta, margini bianchi integri, magnifica coloritura coeva, tit. entro cartiglio elaborato con stemmi. Piegatura centrale. Bella conservazione

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        Temple Beau WITH: The Miser

      , 1730. 1730. First Edition . FIELDING, Henry. The Temple Beau. A Comedy. As it Is Acted at the Theatre in Goodman's-Fields. WITH: The Miser. A Comedy. Taken from Plautus and Moliere. As it Is Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's Servants. London: J. Watts, 1730, 1733. Two volumes. Slim octavo, early 20th-century full burgundy morocco gilt, raised bands, marbled endpapers. Housed together in a custom slipcase. $2000.First editions of two of Fielding's early plays, handsomely bound in full morocco-gilt.This set comprises two of Fielding's early plays from when he was just beginning to establish his reputation as a dramatist. The first, The Temple Beau, shows Fielding's promise, while the second

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        Lincolne Shire and Nottinghame Shire.

      London: c. 1730 - Copperplate engraving with original outline colour. Map has been lightly cleaned, and margins have been strengthened and had minor repairs. Size: 425 × 550 mm. A scarce and most attractive map of the adjacent Midland counties of Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire by George Willdey, based on the much earlier map by the Elizabethan cartographer Christopher Saxton - first published in 1579. Willdey acquired the Saxton plates around 1730. Map features include; a town plan of Lincoln, together with the heraldic arms of all the Earls of Lincoln since The Norman Conquest and a large set of compass dividers. Willdey, was not only a London map seller,but (somewhat unusually) also an optical instrument maker. The map comes from the atlas entitled 'The Shires of England and Wales.'.

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        Das jauchzende Sachsen, d.i. ausführliche Relation. [Zeithainer Lustlager].

      Neustadt, 1730. - 8°, Ganzledereinband, 3 Blatt, aufklappbarer Kupferstich, doppelseitige Titelei, 121 Textseiten, 3 Blatt. Dazu ein gefalteter ausklappbarer Kupferstich(Vorstellung der Parade der gantzen Armee .), ein lose beiliegendes gefaltetes aufklappbares Textblatt (enthaltend Gedicht zum Lustlager, unetn mit Druckvermerk des Elias Bäck, Augsburg) Einband berieben, unten am Rücken kleine Wurmlöcher, Deckel leicht gewölbt, Seiten partiell fingerfleckig, vorletztes Blatt mit handschr. Besitzervermerk (um 1980), aufklappbare Tafeln mit Läsuren an Falzkanten. Sonst gut. Der volle Titel lautet: „Das jauchzende Sachsen, d.i. Ausführliche Relation der besondern Merckwürdigkeiten die sich bey dem magnifiquen Königl. Pohlnischen und Chur-Fürstl. Sächsischen Lust-Campement bey Mühlberg in Sachsen anni 1730 vom 30. Maij bis 28. Junii täglich zugetragen. Nebst umständlicher Beschreibung der Beschaffenheit des Haupt-Lagers, Lagers der Armee, der grossen Jagd, u.a.m. Zum beständigen ruhmwürdigen Angedencken entworffen von einem, der denen Lustbarkeiten Selbst mit beigewohnet" Erschienen „Neustadt im obigen Jahr". Das beiliegende Gedicht-Textblatt wurde zwar mit änlichen Lettern gesetzt, hat jedoch einen in Augsburg lokalisierten Druckvermerk. Der doppelseitige Kupferstich zeigt das Lager in der Totalen, der aufklappbare Parade-Stich die Truppen in schematischer Darstellung. Fettgedruckte Titel: Beschreibung des Pavillons (S.11) / Beschreibung des Haupt-Lagers (14) / Beschaffenheit des Lagers der Armee samt der Ordre de Bataille (20) / Cavallerie (31) / Infanterie (33) / Cavallerie (40). Ab S. 41 folgt eine chronologische Darstellung der Ereignisse. Beschrieben wird das „Lustlager von Zeithain", eine Truppenschau von August dem Starken.

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        Von Würmern des süssen und salzigen Wassers.Copenhagen, Nicolas Möller for Heineck & Faber, 1771. 4to. With an engraved vignette after Bissel on title-page, 16 plates with half-page engravings and 3 engraved tables (2 full-page and one half-page with illustrations). Contemporary vellum.

      - Nissen, ZBI, 2934; for the author: DSB IX, 575. First edition of an important work on the propagation of worms in sea and fresh water by Otto Frederik Müller, often called the Danish Linnaeus. The work is illustrated with 16 engraved plates showing various kinds of worms and 3 tables which explain the growth and breeding of the worms. Müller (1730-1784) was a Danish naturalist educated in the field of zoology and botany. He was a pioneer as a field naturalist and one of the first to study micro-organisms. He established the classification of several groups of animals, including Hydrachnellae, Entomostraca and Infusiora, which were unknown to Linnaeus.The first 20 pages browned, not affecting the plates, otherwise in very good condition.

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        INSTRUCTION POUR LES JARDINS FRUITIERS ET POTAGERS. Avec un traité des orangers, et des Réflexions sur l'agriculture. Nouvelle édition revue, corrigée, et augmentée d'une Instruction pour la Culture des Fleurs. [2 volumes].

      1730 - Paris, Compagnie des Librairies, 1730. Deux volumes in-quarto (200 X 258 mm) basane brune marbrée, dos cinq nerfs, caissons dorés ornés, pièce de titre maroquin brun, palettes dorées en queue, tranches guillochées (reliure de l'époque). Tome I : (4) ff. de titre et épître au roi, XLVIII pages, (4) ff. de table des chapitres, 591 pages, 12 planches hors-texte dont 8 dépliantes, (1) page de privilège - Tome II : (6) ff. de titre et table des chapitres, 587 pages, 1 planche hors-texte, (1) page et 14 (ff.) de table des matières. Reliures restaurées, infime travail de ver dans la marge inférieure des pages 451 à 495 et dans la marge intérieure des pages 553 à 591 du premier volume, dans la marge intérieure des pages 59 à 151 (manque d'une lettre page 121) et la marge supérieure des pages 435 à 475 du second volume. NOUVELLE ÉDITION DU CÉLÈBRE TRAITÉ composé par le jardinier de Louis XIV et publié pour la première fois en 1690, deux ans après le décès de son auteur. Ce livre fut longtemps considéré comme le seul guide des jardiniers. L'ouvrage contient 13 PLANCHES hors-texte dont 8 dépliantes, 7 têtes-de-chapitre et 7 lettrines historiées gravées sur cuivre par Jean-Baptiste SCOTIN, des bandeaux et culs-de-lampe gravés sur bois ainsi que quelques dessins et figures dans le texte. Jean-Baptiste de LA QUINTINIE (1626-1688), avocat, jardinier et agronome français, fut le créateur du Potager du Roi à Versailles, a dessiné les potagers de Chantilly pour le prince de Condé, de Rambouillet pour le duc de Montansier, de Sceaux pour Colbert et de Vaux pour Nicolas Fouquet. (Oberlé, n°620, pour l'édition de 1746-1756 - Brunet, III, 838 - Pritzel, 5075). AGRÉABLE EXEMPLAIRE conservé dans sa reliure de l'époque et complet des planches hors-texte. PLEASANT COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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        Tridentum Trient.

      Engelbrecht Martin, Augsburg, 1730. Incisione su rame di dimensioni 20x31 cm, esemplare rifilato. Buono, ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo. Veduta prospettica raffigurante la città di Trento da nord-ovest, entro cornice. Il titolo in alto al centro entro cornice, in basso fuori cornice 23 rimandi in latino e tedesco. La stampa fa parte di una serie di vedute europee edite singolarmente ma vendute anche riunite. Incisore è Johann Georg Ringlin. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Imago tridenti: incisioni e libri illustrati dal XV al XVIII secolo" di Franco Cappelletti, schede n. 67 a-b pagg. 251-252-253. Martin Engelbrecht (1684-1756) e suo fratello Cristiano erano stampatori e incisori a Augsburg, Germania nel corso del XVIII secolo. Martin Engelbrecht incise alcune lastre da Rugendas e da altri maestri. Altre sue opere includono illustrazioni per le Metamorfosi di Ovidio, La guerra di successione spagnola, Les Princiers Architectes di P. Decker, 92 vedute di Venezia, e una serie di stampe di mestieri e dei loro costumi, Assemblage Nouveau Des Habilles Manouvries, pubblicato ad Augsburg, intorno al 1730. Si vende in cornice.

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        DUCATUS MEDIOLANENSIS CUM ADJACENTIBUS PRINCIPAT. ET DOMINIIS ACCURATISSIME DELINEATUS.

      1730. Carta raffigurante il nord ovest dell'Italia in coloritura coeva.Bibliografia: Motta, p. 11; Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 1049; Colombo-Rondanini-GRSD, p. 38, illustr. p. 39

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        Tarikh al-Hind al-Garbi al-m

      Qustantaniyah (Istanbul), Ibrahim M

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        ITALIEN-TURIN NACH 1756 SEUTTER/ LOTTER Titel: Turin Ville superbe et forte, la Capitale du Piemont, et la plus belle Residence des Ducs de Savoye, et

      Landkarte, Stadtplan und Ansicht, / map, original altkolorierter Kupferstich, 58x49,cm,: Mit 1 Stadtansicht: Turin. - Titelkartusche oben rechts, Erl

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        Dictionnaire historique et critique

      Brunel, Wetstein, Smith, Luchtmans, Amsterdam et Leide 1730 - 4 volumes in-folio ( 405x260 mm ) plein cuir brun d'

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        Opulentissimum Sinarum imperium. Juxta recentissimam delineationem in suas provincias disterminatum, cura et sumtibus Matthaei Seutteri.

      Augsburg, Matth

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        Litterario ò sia Instruttione per Segretarij ecc. Avvertenza: Qui dentro ho riposto copie di mie lettere di buone feste e di condolianza a miei Parenti, Ministri, Prelati ed Amici affinché nelle occasioni che mai potessero incontrare averli presenti. P-V-D-C Duca di Pirayno e Principe di Castellazzo. Vi sono lettere di Personagi magnati - di Vicerè di Sicilia, e copie di mie lettere, a tutti li suddetti.

      [Sicilia, Messina?, Castellazzo?], 1730. [42] p., 29 piena pergamena con risvolto di chiusura a quaderno, alle sguardie splendida carta decorata con motivi floreali a sbalzo e fondo in oro. Buono, ordinari segni d'uso e del tempo. Il titolo P-V-D-C probabilmente sta per Principe Vincenzo Denti di Castellazzo. Legatura in piena pergamena con i titoli manoscritti in bella grafia d'epoca. Segue la prima carta col titolo (uguale a quello della legatura ma con meno dettagli), al verso della prima carta è elencato con grafia di altra mano un elenco di opere sulla scrittura e sulla Sicilia. Alla seconda carta: Instruzione per un Secretario di alcun titolato o Cavaliere Riguardevole in questo Regno di Sicilia di Mons.r Gio. Bernard.no Noceti Prelato domestico di S. Santità. Alle carte seguenti l'autore insegna a scrivere al Papa, all'Imperadore, al Re nostro Signore, ad un Cardinale, al Gran Maestro della Religione di Malta, alla Repubblica di Venezia, alla Repubblica di Genova, al Duca di Savoia, al Gran Duca di Toscana, ai titolati di qualità, ai Prelati, A' religiosi, A' Cavalieri, a Ecclesiasitici, con soggetti di condizione inferiore, con persone di ultima classe, Regole per le cortesie da usarsi à i titoli. Sottoscrizioni, Regole da osservarsi in lettere da scriversi a Dame. Apparentemente non sembra che oltre all'opera del Noceti vi siano contenute o trascritte lettere del Duca di Pirayno e Principe di Catellazzo come dichiara l'autore, all'ultima pagina una nota informa che le lettere che qui trovasi accluse (ma che in realtà non sembrano essere state trascritte, probabilmente era in progetto essendovi 10 pagine bianche) sono conservate nell'archivio del conte. Nemmeno sembra che l'opera del Noceti qui contenuta manoscritta in bella grafia d'epoca sia mai apparsa a stampa. Bernardino Noceti, nativo di Messina ma toscano per linea paterna e romano per materna, era prelato domestico della Santa Sede Apostolica e per più di 30 anni aveva esercitato la carica di arcidiacono e canonico della Metropolitana chiesa di Messina. Giovanni Valdina nel suo testamento lo nomina unitamente a d. Carlo Gregori esecutore testamentario, fidecommissario e amministratore della sua eredità. Il Noceti viene anche designato come primo titolare del grado prelatizio e, quindi di fatto, unico possessore dell'immenso patrimonio destinato alla Prelatura Valdina. Giovanni Valdina avrebbe voluto scriverne i capitoli di fondazione mentre era ancora in vita, ma l'aggravarsi delle sue condizioni di salute lo convinsero a delegare alla loro formazione lo stesso abate Noceti che, però, li formulò solo molti anni dopo la morte del principe. I responsabili di questo ritardo sono identificati dallo stesso Noceti in Anna Valdina che con le sue pretese ereditarie gli ha impedito di recarsi a Roma tenendolo occupato in liti giudiziarie presso i tribunali di Palermo e in Giovan Battista Valdina, cugino spurio del principe che, abitando con lo stesso, aveva dopo la sua morte, con falsificazioni e ruberie, sottratto "somme di denari, gioie, argenti, mobili, libri, e scritture di gran rilievo". Capitoli e regole della Prelatura, scritti da Noceti nel 1724, ma pubblicati 4 anni più tardi, prevedono il trasferimento a Roma di tutti gli effetti e le rendite. Appartengono alla Prelatura i capitali e le rendite dei Monti esistenti in Roma, quelli esistenti in Venezia nell'ufficio del Magistrato della zecca e del sale, quelli esistenti in Parigi sopra l'ospedale della città e che prima erano dei genovesi Francesco Maria Spinola e di suo padre Andrea, e tutti i crediti esistenti nella stessa Roma e nella città di Genova. La ricchissima Prelatura, con sede in Roma, aveva lo scopo di rappresentare la Sicilia presso la Santa Sede.

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        OBSERVATIONS HISTORICAL AND PRACTICAL ON THE RISE AND PRIMITIVE STATE OF NEW-ENGLAND. With a Special Reference to The Old or first gather'd Church in Boston. A Sermon preach'd to the said Congregation Aug. 23, 1730. Being the last Sabbath of the first Century since its Settlement. By Thomas Foxcroft, M.A.

      Boston, N.E.: Printed by S. Kneeland and T. Green, for S. Gerrish in Cornhill, 1730.. 1730.. Good. - Octavo, 8-1/2 inches high by 5-3/4 inches wide. Softcover, printed stitched self-wraps. [viii] & 46 deckle-edged pages, and a blank leaf at the rear. The cover pages, consisting of the half-title and rear blank, are soiled and lightly foxed with chipping along the edges. There is a semi-circular tear surrounding the word "Sermon" printed near the middle of the half-title. The wide overlapping deckle-edges of several pages are slightly chipped and creased with a short tear to the front edge of one of the last leaves. There is some minor light dampstaining to the bottom front corner of several pages and some occasional minor foxing. <p>"A valuable tract, compiled from original sources" [Sabin].<p>The half-title reads: "Mr. Foxcroft's Sermon on the Beginning of New-England &c."<p>The Cambridge-born Boston clergyman Thomas Foxcroft (1697-1769) graduated from Harvard in 1714 and became pastor of the 1st Congregational Church in Boston in 1717. Regarded as a good logician, he was admired for his talents and elegance. He published 32 sermons throughout his life, including the one at hand.<p>SCARCE in commerce.

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        \"Closter Raiten Haslach, Cisters: Ordens in Nieder Bayren 3/4 Stund oberhalb Burghausen u. 4 Stund von Alt Ötingen gelegen\". Prächtige Gesamtansicht mit dem Inn im Hintergrund.

       Altkol. Kupferstich von M.G. Grophius nach F.B. Werner, um 1730, 17,5 x 28,5 cm. Im unteren Rand Titel in lateinisch und deutsch. - Sehr frisches, kräftiges Altkolorit. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern, RA Burghausen

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        Le Duché de Berg, le Comté de Homberg.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich um 1730 v. S. Sanson b. Covens & Mortier, Amsterdam, 42,5 x 51,5 cm Zeigt die linke und rechte Seite des Rheins von Königswinter bis Duisburg. Im Mittelpunkt Köln mit dem Bergischen Land. Die Buchfalte ist retuschiert. ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

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        Ars sanandi et curandi. Sammelband mit vier medizinischen Traktaten. 4 Werke in 1 Band.

      Offenbach König bzw Paris Horthemel Format: 8° Mit gestochenem Frontispiz Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt Honiggelber Pergamentband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel oxidiert leicht angestaubt kaum fleckig 1730 - *** Erste Ausgaben. Seltener Sammelband mit vier Schriften des 1659 in Ansbach geborenen und 1734 in Berlin gestorbenen Mediziners und Chemikers Georg Ernst Stahl, der 1687 Hofarzt des Herzogs Johann Ernst von Sachsen-Weimar und 1716 Leibarzt des Preußenkönigs Friedrich Wilhelm I. wurde. Als Mediziner war Stahl ein wichtiger Vorläufer der Psychosomatik, warnte vor der Überbewertung rein anatomischer, physikalischer und chemischer Prozesse bei der Krankheitserforschung und -behandlung. Ausgehend von einem &#132;Unbewussten", das sowohl auf die Psyche wie auch den Körper einwirkt, wurde er zu einem wichtigen Vorläufer Sigmund Freuds: Die Seele baue den Körper fort, lehrte er. Da alle Bewegungen und Veränderungen ihren Sitz in der Seele haben, so folgerte Stahl, müssten auch alle Krankheiten letztendlich seelischen Ursprungs sein. Er erkannte die Nützlichkeit des Fiebers als Abwehr-Reaktion des Körpers auf Infektionen. Der vorliegende Sammelband enthält eine Schrift des Mediziners Gideon Harvey (1636-1702), des Leibarztes des englischen Königs gegen den Gebrauch des Chinin und die Entgegnungsschrift Stahls (vgl. Hirsch-Hübotter III, 79). Es folgen Stahls Forschungsergebnisse über die Krampfadern und das dem Sammelband stets beigegebene Literaturverzeichnis medizinischer Schriften mit Preisangaben. I. Georg Ernst Stahl. Sileni Alcibiadis i. e. Ars sanandi. 2 Bl., 312 S. - II. Gideon Harvey. Ars curandi morbos expectatione item de vanitatibus, dolis & mendaciis medicorum. 5 Bl., 246 S. - III. Georg Ernst Stahl. De motus haemorrhoidalis, et fluxus haemorrhoidum, diversitate, benè distinguenda. 16 Bl., 126 S. - IV. Libri hujusce facultatis medicae-venales Parisiis apud Fratres Horthelms nec non Offenbaci ad Moenum apud J. L. König. 65 S., 1 Bl. - Die letzten beiden Seiten mit &#132;Errata in notis D. Stahlii, de Arte Sanandi reperta", was den Sammelband als zusammenhängendes Werk kennzeichnet. Kaum gebräuntes oder fleckiges, sehr schönes, hervorragend gebundenes Exemplar. Waller 4082, 9143 und 9144. Blake 429-430. 4 Werke in 1 Band. Erste Ausgaben. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Complete Practical COOK: Or, A New SYSTEM Of the Whole Art and Mystery of COOKERY Being a Select Collection of Above Five Hundred RECIPES for Dressing, after the most Curious and Elegant Manner (as well FOREIGN as ENGLISH) all Kinds of Flesh, Fish, Fowl, &c.

      Printed for W. Meadow; C. Rivington; and R. Hett, London 1730 - [16] [1] 2-224p., 60 engraved plates, 3 folding, title page printed in red and black. Carter spends the first 11 pages in a chapter titled, "To The READER", in which he partakes in self-praise with some helpful hints sprinkled in. Spectacular fold-out contain dishes for King George II Coronation dinner. Rebound by Chris Lewis, Bath, formerly of Bayntun-Riviere. Some foxing to edges, possible repair to edge of plate 57, otherwise clean. From the estate of Dan Samuel, 4th Viscount Samuel (1925-2014), grandson of Herbert Louis Samuel, 1st Viscount Samuel, High Commissioner of Palestine (1920-1925). [OXFORD 61], [CAGLE 592], [BITTING 77]. Tan calf, tooled in gilt, raised bands, red morocco spine label in gilt. Very good [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les Amazones Révoltées. Roman moderne en Forme de Parodie sur l'Histoire Universelle, & la Fable. Avec des Notes Politiques sur les Travaux d'Hercule, la Chevalerie-Militaire, et la Découverte du Nouveau-Monde, &c. &c. &c.

      Rotterdam: Don Luis le Maingre ..., 1730. Duodecimo, with both errata leaves; contemporary French mottled calf, spine gilt in compartments between raised bands, crimson morocco label. First edition and very rare. Although rarely commented on, this work concludes with the hypothesis that Hercules discovered the golden apples in continental America.Although the bulk of the work is a zesty farce with an exotic cast of courtiers, pirates, and a Turkish eunuch, its great interest lies in the extensive notes on the figure of Hercules, which include a concluding account of the so-called Monde par Hercule.In the classical account of Hercules' twelve labours, he is commanded to retrieve the golden apples from the garden of Hesperides, which lies far to the north of Europe. This story is denounced by Boucicault as a transparent fiction: Hercules, far from doing a deal with the father of the Hesperides Atlas, in fact found them himself, whilst visiting America. The story is that, having sailed through the straits of Gibraltar, Hercules was caught in a fierce storm, and blown towards the east, discovering a vast and fertile country in the uncharted seas. Although Boucicault hints darkly that the Greeks had their own reasons for maintaining this deception, he concludes 'l'Enigme s'est enfin dévelopée, après que Christofe Colomb, l'Alcide des Espagnes, ût fait en 1492 la Découverte de ce Nouveau-Monde'.The work was known to Barbier only from the later 1738 edition. Some ten copies of this 1730 edition are listed on Worldcat, but there are very few sales records in recent decades. An excellent copy.

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        Nurnbergischer Bezirck inerhalb denen so genanten Gräntz Wassern verlegt von Matth. Seutter, Kayserl. Geogr. Augsp.

      - Kupferstich-Karte bei M. Seutter, Augsburg ca. 1730, altkoloriert. Ca. 47 x 55 cm. Unten Mitte Wurmloch ausserhalb der Karte. Kleines Wurmloch in der Darstellung, passenderweise bei der Bezeichnung "Auf der hohlen Heyd". An drei Seiten angerändert. Zeigt das Nürnberger Gebiet zwischen Cadolzburg, Altdorf, Schwabach, Hersbruck und Gräfenberg, im Zentrum Nürnberg in der Vogelschau. Links unten Titelkartusche mit Wappen. Die größeren Städte und Dörfer sind mit kleinen Vogelschauansichten dargestellt. Erster Zustand dieser Karte vor Hinzufügung des Druckprivilegs (1741). Bemerkenswert frisches Exemplar.

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        Der Heiligen Schrifft und zwar Alten Testaments Dritter Theil, relié avec : Der Heiligen Schrift Alten Testaments Sierter Theil

      - 2 volumes reliés en 1, Berlenburg 1730 & 1732. Reprise des titres : « Der Heiligen Schrifft und zwar Alten Testaments Dritter Theil: Nämlich die Bücher Hiob, die Psalmen Davids und anderer geistreicher Männer, und die Dren Bücher Salomons, die Sprüche, der Prediger, und das Hohelied. Und: Vierter Teil, nämliche die vier großen Profeten Jesaja, Jeremia, Ezechiel, Daniel; und die zwölff kleinen: Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadia, Jona, Micha, Nahum, Habacuc, Sephanja, Haggai, Zacharia, Malachia », Berlenburg, 1730, suivi de : « Der Heiligen Schrift Alten Testaments Vierter Theil: Nämlich die vier grossen Profeten; Jesaja, Jeremia, Ezechiel, Daniel; und die zwölff kleinen; Josea, Joel, Amos, Obadia, Jona, Micha, Rahum, Habacuc, Zephanja, Haggai, Zacharia, Walachia: Nach dem Grund=Text aufs neue übersehen. Der Heiligen Schrift und zwar Alten Testaments, Dritter Theil: Nämlich die Bücher Hiob, die Psalmen Davids und anderer geistreicher Männer/ und die Drey Bücher Salomons / die Sprüche /der Prediger / und das Hohelied », Berlenburg, 1732. Le tout au format petit folio comprenant 784 + 858 pages avec texte sur 2 colonnes, relié sous plats de bois recouverts de vélin gaufré d'époque avec motifs, sur chaque plat les 4 coins et le centre ayant une plaque de cuivre à motifs travaillés, fermoirs en cuivre ornementés, dos à nerfs, tranches rouges. À noter : il s'agit de la première édition des parties 3 et 4 de la Bible Berleburg qui est une traduction allemande de la Bible avec de copieux commentaires en huit volumes, compilés à Bad Berleburg entre 1726 et 1742. C'est une traduction originale de l'hébreu et du grec. Elle a développé un mouvement religieux au sein de l'Église luthérienne allemande : le Piétisme. Il fut le projet du théologien piétiste Johann Friedrich Haug, de son frère Johann Jacob Haug et du pasteur berlinois Ludwig Christof Schefer. Les écrits mystiques ont influencé les nombreux commentaires de la Bible de Berleburger qui comprend également les déclarations de Madame de Guyon et des auteurs mystique, comme Johann Arndt, Jacob Boehme, François Fenelon, Antoinette Bourignon. Bel exemplaire dans une superbe reliure d'époque. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Europische Insecten, Naauwkeurig onderzogt, nat leven geschildert, en in print gebragt door Maria Sibilla Merian: Met een korte Beschryving, waar in door haar gehandelt word van der Rupsen begin, Voedsel en wonderbare Verandering, en ook vertoont word. De Oorspronk, Spys en Gestalt verwisseling, de Tyd, Plaats en Eigenschappen der Rupsen, Uiltjes, Vliegen en andere diergelyke bloedeloose Beesjes. Hier is nog bygevoegt. Een naauwkeurige Beschryving van de Planten, in dit Werk voorkomende en de Uitlegging van achtien nieuwe Plaaten, door dezelve Maria Sibilla Merian geteekent, en die men na haar dood gevonden heeft. Int Frans beschreeven door J. Marret, Medicinae Doctor, En door een voornaam Liefhebber int Nederduits vertaalt

      J. F. Bernard, Amsterdam, 1730. 2 Bll., 84 Seiten mit 185 handkolorierten gestochenen Kupfertafeln auf 47 Tafeln sowie gestochener Titelvignette und 1 gestochener Schlussvignette. Marmoriertes Kalbsleder im Stil der Zeit mit aufwendiger Rückenvergoldung, rotem Rückenschild, goldgeprägter floraler Filete und blindgeprägter Filete, Folio Horn/Sch. 14993. - Hunt 483 Anm. - Nissen 1342. - Die erste Folioausgabe mit der Zusammenfassung des Raupenbuches und des Neuen Blumenbuches wurde von ihrer Tochter Johanna Helena Merian posthum veröffentlicht. Für ihre Forschungen bereiste die bedeutende Naturforscherin Merian zusammen mit ihrer Tochter mehrere Kontinente und wurde mit ihrem Werk Metamorphosis insectorum Surinamensium weltberühmt. Ihre künstlerische Ausbildung erhielt sie bei Jacob Marrel, einem Schüler des Stilllebenmalers Georg Flegel. The first folio edition and the first appearance of the full suite of Maria Merians plates of the European insects - it is remarkable for its botanical as for its entomological content: the insects are prestented in different stage of metamorphosis on and around flowers. (De Belder 238/II). - Merian Tafel CLXXXI liegt im verschiedenem Kolorit doppelt vor. - Nur seltener minimal fleckig, wenige Bll. mit minimalen und punktuellen bzw. sorgsamen Restaurierungen. Insgesamt sehr schönes und breitrandiges Exemplar in einem vorzüglichen Kolorit. Wohlerhalten. First Folio Edition of this important entomological work. With 185 handcoloured engravings on 47 plates. Marbled calf in contemporary style with impressive spine gilding, red spine label, golden tooled fillets and blind tooled fillets. The first folio edition with the summary of the book about caterpillars and the New Flower Book which was edited by her daughter Johanna. For her scientific work Merian was traveling the continents and became with her book Metamorphosis insectorum Surinamensium very famous. She gained her artistic formation by Jacob Marrel, a student of Georg Flegel. Plate CLXXXI is doubled with different colouring. Pages only rarely minimally stained. Only some leafs with careful and understated restorings. Altogether a fine and broadmargined copy with excellent colouring. Well preservered

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        Histoire de l'Académie royale des sciences. Année 1723

      - Chez chez Pierre de Coup, A Amsterdam 1730, (10) 168pp. ; 156pp. et (2) 157-557p., relié. - Edizione illustrata con un frontespizio, 4 piastre pieghevoli volume I e 14 piani piegatori Volume II. Leganti pieno screziato vitello marrone vintage. Indietro con i nervi decorati. parti del titolo in marocchino rosso, e il numero di volume in cera nera. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition illustrée d'un frontispice, de 4 planches dépliantes au tome I et de 14 planches dépliantes au tome II. Reliures en plein veau brun marbré d'époque. Dos à nerfs ornés. Pièces de titre en maroquin rouge, et de tomaison à la cire noire. Légers manques en tête du tome I. 3 coins émoussés. Bons exemplaires. On retiendra dans chacune des sections mentionnées les articles remarquables suivants : De l'origine et de l'usage de la pierre de foudre par M. de Jussieu ; Methode générale pour transformer les nombres irrationnaux en séries de fractions rationnelles les plus simples par M. de Lagny ; Proposition élémentaire sur les triangles ; Calcul des différences finies par M. Nicole ; De l'origine des pierres appelées yeux de serpents ; Problème des tangentes par M. Saurin...

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        Kupferstich - Karte, b. J.B. Homann, "Totius Africae Nova Repraesentatio .".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, um 1730, 48,5 x 56,5 Tooley, Maps of Africa, S. 43. - Tooley datiert die Karte um 1715. Hier mit Druckprivileg ( with the privileg ), daher ist die Karte nach 1729 zu datieren. - Unten links dek. Kartusche mit fig. Schmuck. - Am unteren Rand kleine hinterlegte Einrisse.

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        Regio Canaan seu Terra Promissionis postea Iudea vel Palaestina nominata, hodie Terra Sancta vocata. per Matth Seutter, Sac. Caes. Maj. Geographo Augusta".

      - Kupferstich-Karte, M. Seutter, Augsburg ca. 1730, alt grenz- und flächenkoloriert. Ca. 50 x 58 cm. Rückseitig etwas sporfleckig, nach vorne nur als Schatten sichtbar. Oben links sehr große, prachtvolle Kartusche mit biblischen Szenen, diese mit eigener Signatur "G. Rogg. del." Rechts unten Moses mit den Gesetzestafeln, daneben Insetkarte zur Flucht nach Ägypten. Die Karte ist ca. 1730 zu datieren: Seutter firmiert als Kaiserlicher Geograph, die Karte trägt aber noch nicht das kaiserliche Privileg, welches 1741 verliehen wurde.

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        TABULA GEOGRAPHICA IN QUA INTEGRI DUCATUS MEDIOLANENSIS ET MANTUANUS; ITEM DITIO VENETA ET COMITATUS TYROLENSIS, CUM EPISCOPATIBUSTIDENTINO ET BRIXIENSI...

      1730. Carta dell'Italia settentrionale con parte dei Grigioni e del Tirolo. L'incisione ripropone la carta del De Fer Les frontieres d'Allemagne et d'Italie del 1701. Vivace coloritura coeva all'acquerello, bel foglio con ampi margini. Bibliografia: Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 1050

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        Le Nouveau Gulliver, ou Voyage de Jean Gulliver, fils du Capitaine Gulliver...

      Paris: Clouzier & F. Le Breton, 1730. Two volumes,, but a really pretty set in contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt in compartments, double red labels. First edition of this sequel to Swift's Gulliver's Travels by the first French translator of the work.The impressive success of Desfontaines' heavily bowdlerised 1727 translation of Swift's famous novel no doubt provided the impetus to this unofficial sequel. The fiction that it was translated from an original English text is exposed in the preface, where its relationship to Gulliver's Travels is said to be akin to that of Fénélon's Aventures de Telemaque with the Odyssey.As Gove comments, this is one of the very few works to use Gulliver as a model for imitation (unlike the endless array of Robinsonades after Defoe) and thus occupies an important position in the history of Swift's novel. Here, Gulliver's son Jean travels to four lands. He is at his most spirited describing the Island of Babilary in which women are superior, but the other lands have some of the inventiveness, if not the venom, of Swift: the hunch-backed Crump-backs who regard their own form as the ideal, or the Letalispons, who 'live to be 120 yet always look attractive because they begin a second innings at 60' (Dunmore).The work quickly went through many editions, including translation into English as early as 1731. Faint waterstains to a few leaves of the second volume.

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        An account of some strange apparitions had by a godly man* in Kintyre, who hath been blind six years:

      8vo., 8pp., the paper just a little soiled, bound in 19th century half calf over marbled boards, spine gilt lettered "Predictions". A very good copy with the 19th century armorial bookplate on front pastedown of Sir John Whitefoord Mackenzie.Publisher: [Edinburgh?] Printed in the yearYear: MDCCXXX [1730]Edition: First edition and of some rarity. (ESTC finds copies only at NLS + Cleveland Pub. Lib. + Huntington. A 3rd ed., with a somewhat different title, dated 1734, is recorded at UCLA, but not elsewhere and a 4th ed., also 1734, at Glasgow].

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        Vindiciae arboris genealogicae augustae gentis Carolino-Boicae, contra sistema authoris geneographi, qui in arbore genealogica ante paucos annos cupro incisa serenissimorum Bojorum principum fundatorem ponit Luitpoldum, et abrupta penitus arbore, negat Carolum Magnum . . .

      Monachii [Munich] Typis Mariæ Magdalenæ Riedlin 1730 First Edition of an important genealogical work dedicated to Prince-Elector Charles Albert (later Holy Roman Emperor Charles VII), tracing the descent of the Wittelsbach dynasty of Bavaria to Charlemagne. Two volumes in one. Folio; [20], 82; 192; [12], 326, [28]pp, with a double-page engraved map of the Danube basin (signed by Georg Baptista Steinberger), allegorical frontispiece (signed by Hieronymus Sperling); engraved genealogical table (signed Joh. Christoph Steinberger), full-page coat-of-arms, the Wittelsbach genealogical tree, and two engravings (the second double-page) after medieval panels depicting Duke Arnulf the Bad. Firmly bound in contemporary sheep (boards with light wear only), the spine divided by five raised bands into six compartment richly gilt (now faded), with a vellum lettering piece titled in gilt. Magnificently printed on bright, spotless paper of very high rag content, in a handsome Roman typeface, with occasional passages in old Gothic black letter. OCLC Number: 7382795 A history and genealogy of the great Wittlesbach dynasty, which ruled much of Europe during the Middle Ages. They comprised numerous aristocrats of Medieval Europe, including two Holy Roman emperors, as well as margraves, counts, dukes and kings, making this work, in effect, an excursion through much of medieval Europe.

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        Defensio declarationis celeberrimae quam de potestate ecclesiastica sanxit clerus Gallicanus XIX. Martii MDCLXXXII

      Edition originale illustrée d'un portrait au frontispice non signé et d'une vignette de titre. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Impression sur double colonne.binding en pleine basane marbrée d'époque. spine à nerfs richement orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin havane. Roulette sur les coupes. Une coupure en tête. Frottements. Bel exemplaire. Andrea Chevalier Luxemburgi (Luxembourg) 1730 In-4 (20x25,5cm) (6) XXVI, 359pp. (1) et (2) 433pp. (2) 2 tomes en un volume relié

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        The gentleman's pocket-farrier; shewing, how to use your horse on a journey. And what remedies are proper for common misfortunes that may befal him on the road.

      London: printed for the author by S. Buckley in Amen-Corner. 1730. 8vo., (18) + 101 + (13)pp., in a fine old-style half calf over marbled boards, spine gilt with raised bands and labels. A handsome copy. First edition. Dingley 117. A charming pocket book for the discerning (and prudent) gentleman, much expanded in numerous later printings right through the 18th century. American editions were also published ca. 1778-1793. 'A farrier is as useful a trade as any other in His Majesty's Dominions; we commonly call him Doctor, because he professes physick and surgery among horses; and some are good sensible men; but people who are able to give their sons learning, seldom bind 'em to that trade; so that farriers are oblig'd to take such apprentices as they can get, without regard to their education. ..... Thus many are illiterate, and some totally incapable of improvement. ..... The design therefore of this little treatise, is to inform gentlemen, 1st. what methods are best to be us'd if their horses fall lame. 2dly. What medicines are proper to give 'em when sick. 3dly. How to direct the manual operations, and escape the impositions of ignorant men'. [Prefece].

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        Istoria de i Sevarambi, popoli che abitano una parte del terzo continente comunemente detto la Terra Australe. Volkeren die een Gedeelte van het darde Vast-land bewoonen, gemeenlijk Zuid-land genaamd.

      Venice: Presso Sebastiano Coleti, 1730. Small quarto, four parts in one volume (part 4 with separate pagination), engraved frontispiece by J. Luiken (dated 1683) and 16 plates (repairs to tears in two plates, one with insubstantial loss at bottom corner); a few upper margins a little short but a very good copy in full vellum antique. Very scarce Italian edition of Vairasse d'Alais' marvellous imaginary voyage to western Australia. Copies are recorded in the Mitchell Library and the National Library, but this unusual Venetian edition is only rarely offered for sale.

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        Les Amazones Révoltées. Roman moderne en Forme de Parodie sur l'Histoire Universelle, & la Fable. Avec des Notes Politiques sur les Travaux d'Hercule, la Chevalerie-Militaire, et la Découverte du Nouveau-Monde, &c. &c. &c.

      Rotterdam: Don Luis le Maingre ... , 1730. Duodecimo, with both errata leaves; contemporary French mottled calf, spine gilt in compartments between raised bands, crimson morocco label. First edition and very rare. Although rarely commented on, this work concludes with the hypothesis that Hercules discovered the golden apples in continental America.Although the bulk of the work is a zesty farce with an exotic cast of courtiers, pirates, and a Turkish eunuch, its great interest lies in the extensive notes on the figure of Hercules, which include a concluding account of the so-called Monde par Hercule.In the classical account of Hercules' twelve labours, he is commanded to retrieve the golden apples from the garden of Hesperides, which lies far to the north of Europe. This story is denounced by Boucicault as a transparent fiction: Hercules, far from doing a deal with the father of the Hesperides Atlas, in fact found them himself, whilst visiting America. The story is that, having sailed through the straits of Gibraltar, Hercules was caught in a fierce storm, and blown towards the east, discovering a vast and fertile country in the uncharted seas. Although Boucicault hints darkly that the Greeks had their own reasons for maintaining this deception, he concludes 'l'Enigme s'est enfin dévelopée, après que Christofe Colomb, l'Alcide des Espagnes, ût fait en 1492 la Découverte de ce Nouveau-Monde'.The work was known to Barbier only from the later 1738 edition. Some ten copies of this 1730 edition are listed on Worldcat, but there are very few sales records in recent decades. An excellent copy.

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        Voyages d'un missionnaire de la Compagnie de Jesus, en Turquie, en Perse, en Armenie, en Arabie & en Barbarie

      Original rare Edition.Binding in full mottled calf blond period. Back with nerves decorated. As part red grief repeated. A slight lack in mind. Threadbare tail fairing. Corners bumped.Travel relation established by Father Nicolas Frizon on memoirs written by a missionary when he visited Turkey to China, Jacques Villotte. Travel by sea is very dangerous, we choose two routes, one by Muscovy, the other by Turkey, hoping the Jesuits convert the people of Tartary. Narration established in the third person starting with the three-week stay at the Jesuit Constantinople. Follows a further description of the caravan travels. Considerations on the Persians. City of Isfahan. Location of the earthly paradise and considerations on ancient Babylon. Considerations Persians and Armenians. This is the enlightened and tolerant view on foreign manners by a Jesuit focusing also on business and the history of his order. The Jesuit Father, left Marseilles in 1688, reached Isfahan in October 1689 where he settled for twelve years. He failed to pass in China and was recalled to France. Chez Jacques Vincent à Paris 1730 Fort in-12 (9,5x16,8cm) (10) 647pp. (1) relié

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        Miscellanea analytica de seriebus et quadraturis.

      London: J. Tonson & J. Watts, 1730. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (235x190 mm). [12], 250 [2] pp., contemporary half calf (rebacked, extremities worn), gilt label to spine, mild browning and foxing throughout, old markings and ink annotations in text (some trimmed at the time binding), occasional ink smudges, leaf S1 torn at top margin with loss of a few headline letters, leaf Ff4 torn at lower corner without loss of text, old handwritten comments in Latin to front flyleaf. All in all a fair copy of a rare work. ----Cantor III, 622ff., DSB IX, 452ff., Norman 131. - FIRST EDITION of Moivre's first published attempt at approximating the terms of a binomial expansion, or the normal approximation to the binomial distribution. This anonymous work is often regarded as the original appearance of the 'normal curve.' He later completed his attempt and published his solution in a pamphlet entitled Approximatio ad summam terminorum binomii (ab)o in seriem expansi (1733). 'Moivre's discovery greatly clarified the concept of probability in his own time, and became the most fruitful single instrument of discovery used in probability theory and statistics for the next two centuries' (Norman). Good.

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        Observations curieuses sur toutes les parties de la physique. Extraites et recueillies des meilleurs memoires

      New edition. The first volume of these observations appeared in 1719, the second component later in 1725 In this edition, Volume I is 1730 and the second from 1737 will be noted that it is very rare to find the two volumes together, d even more uniform bindingFull Sheepskin contemporary. Back tooled raised. Part of title morocco beige and volume number in red morocco. Caps threadbare. Scuffs on the boards. Despite the shortcomings reported, agreeable copies, well connected.Moving, famous Jesuit scholar is the author of this compilation quii borrows articles to contemporaryicals such as the Journal of the learned, the Republlique letters, and other less known. The result is a more representative view of scientific knowledge. Physical naturally understood in the broad sense, can be found, apart from general physics (acoustics, optics ...) chapters on chemistry, anatomy, plants and natural science, astronomy. The choice of the father Bougeant turns bold and exciting autograph dedication of the authors are quite short and maintain curiosity, going from strange and extraordinary subject to other more conventional, as the causes of the storm.Both volumes have the same thematic division (General Physics, Chemistry, Botany ...) themes together a large number of articles on various subjects. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez André Cailleau à Paris 1730 petit in-8 (9x17cm) 2 volumes reliés

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        De Droeve Ellendigheden van den Oorlooch seer aerdigh en konstighafgebeeldt door Jaques Callot Loreijns Edelman. [Dutch edition of Callot's most famous suite: "Les Miseres et malheurs de la guerre" (Translates: "The miseries and misfortunes of war") originally published in France in 1633].

      Gerret van Schagen,, 1730. [Amsterdam], Gerret van Schagen, [n.d., approximately 1730] Oblong - 8°. 18 original plates (including Frontispiece) with 20 interleaved, blank pages. All plates subtitled in dutch. Hardcover with label in english on front board. Callot's most famous suite, Les Misères et malheurs de la guerre (the miseries and misfortunes of war, 1633), produced following Richelieu's invasion of Lorraine during the Thirty Years War. Oblong Large Octavo. Engraved titlepage in dutch plus 17 plates after Callot by Leon Schenk, numbered 2-18, each plate with 6 lines of verse by l'abbé Michel de Marolles. Plates 3-3/4 x 7-3/4 inches, mounted on larger leaves, titled in french in manuscript-writing. Both contemporary marbled boards cleanly detached (needs repair or new binding. Inside with only minor foxing. The plates clean and fresh. Jacques Callot was a baroque printmaker and draftsman from the Duchy of Lorraine (an independent state on the north-eastern border of France, southwestern border of Germany and overlapping the southern Netherlands). He is an important person in the development of the old master print. He made more than 1,400 etchings that chronicled the life of his period, featuring soldiers, clowns, drunkards, Gypsies, beggars, as well as court life. He also etched many religious and military images, and many prints featured extensive landscapes in their background. nnHis most famous prints are his two series of prints each on "the Miseries and Misfortunes of War". These are known as Les Grandes Misères de la guerre, consisting of 18 prints published during 1633, and the earlier and incomplete Les Petites Misères ? referring to their sizes, large and small (though even the large set are only about 8 x 13 cm). These images show soldiers pillaging and burning their way through towns, country and convents, before being variously arrested and executed by their superiors, lynched by peasants, or surviving to live as crippled beggars. At the end the generals are rewarded by their monarch. During 1633, the year the larger set was published, Lorraine had been invaded by the French during the Thirty Years' War and Callot's artwork is still noted with Francisco Goya's Los Desastres de la Guerra (The Disasters of War), which was influenced by Callot, as among the most powerful artistic statements of the inhumanity of war. (Wikipedia)

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        Epilogo de Utrera: Sus grandezas, y hazañas gloriosas de sus hijos

      Por Juan Francisco Blas de Quesada. First Edition. Great weapons of Utrera on the second sheet. Title page in red and black with a coaching floral.Plein Scroll of time. Smooth spine with title pen (dimmed). A shoelace in good condition. Back partly detached from the binding. Traces of glue on the last page of custody. Pleasant copy without significant fault, and rather frais.Monographie the town of Utrera, located in the southwest of Spain, near Seville, in the province of Andalusia. The city is rich in history, including known events date back to the 13th, when Alonso X conquers Seville. Archaeological research has shown that people lived there before the time romaine.Ex twentieth-Libris, replicating a hand press sixteenth. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Por Juan Francisco Blas de Quesada En Sevilla, Impressor Mayor de dicha ciudad 1730 Pet. in-4 (15x20cm) relié

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        Historia General de los hechos de los Castellanos en las Islas i Tierra Firma del Mar Oceano [Decades 1-8]... [with] Descripcion de las Indias Occidentales... [and] GARCIA, Gregorio: Orígen de los Indios del Nuevo Mundo é Indias Occidentale...

      Madrid: Imprenta Real, 1730 (Garcia: Francisco Martinez Abad, 1729). The three works comprising altogether ten parts bound together in four volumes, folio, with engraved title-pages (incorporating portraits of missionaries, generals, governors, and soldiers, views of America, etc); with fourteen engraved maps; eighteenth-century mottled calf, crowned monogram "N" in compartments of spines; two fitted quarter calf boxes. A very attractive set of the best edition of Herrera's Decadas. This massive work, one of the primary accounts of the early Spanish conquest of the New World, was compiled by Herrera who as official historiographer to Philip II, III and IV of Spain had privileged access to the archives; his ambitious and comprehensive compilation was originally published in Madrid between 1601 and 1615 in eight "decades" spanning the years 1492 to 1554; this second edition is preferred since it was amended and enlarged with the addition of the substantial "Tabla General de cosas notables" here bound at the end of volume IV. The full series of Decadas is accompanied here, as sometimes, by Herrera' s important Descripcion de las Indias Occidentales as well as, unusually, by Gregorio Garcia's Origen de los indios de el nuevo mundo. The three works thus cover the native populations of South America, the conquest and colonisation by the Spanish, and the "modern" European approaches to the Pacific Ocean and the western coasts of South America pioneered by the Dutch.The Decadas represent a highly important collection of Spanish narratives of exploration and conquest, drawing on some sources no longer extant, which is an essential work for the study of the discovery, conquest and colonization of America. The engraved titles are divided in 10 to 14 compartments depicting different scenes from the conquest by the Spaniards, or portraits. The accounts of Cabeza de Vaca, Coronado, Cabrillo, De Soto, and many others are included. "There are copies of this edition dated 1727, 1728, 1729 and 1730, which are all alike except as to date - the work not having been completed till that year - the publishers changing the dates as circumstances suggested" (Sabin). Only the first three decades were ever translated, although the work as a whole was "of the greatest importance for the history of the conquests, colonization and progress of the Spaniards in America... " (Hill). The Descripcion de las Indias Occidentales has a different engraved title and separate foliation and includes 14 maps. First published in several languages in 1622, it contained the first true publication of the journal of the Le Maire-Schouten expedition around the world. Sailing through Lemaire Strait, and rounding Patagonia via Cape Horn, this voyage had an enormous effect on future navigation. The series of maps that accompany the Descripcion includes one of the Pacific with the Straits of Magellan clearly mapped and another of the East Indies with good details of the Solomon Islands and of the north coast of New Guinea in both.Garcia's Origen de los indios ("a work of vast erudition": Sabin), an unusual addition to this set, is in its second and best edition, edited and updated by Andrés González de Barcia (who also edited the Decadas). It is important as a pioneering study of the native Americans. Garcia theorised that the American Indians were descended from old world peoples including the Chinese and the Tartars. "But all his learning on this subject is of less value than the positive facts concerning the native tribes, which he drew partly from his own experiences in the New World, and partly from a MS. work by Juan de Vetanzos (one of the companions of Pizarro, and a man specially skilled in the native languages), which was in the possession of Garcia, and which has never been published. The fifth book of Garcia's work contains the native Indian accounts of their origin, and is divided into sections which treat separately of the various distinct tribes of Mexico and Peru... " (Maggs Bros, 1921).This excellent set has on its spines repeated crowned "N" monograms - which we have not been able to identify. This copy was once confidently described as having come from Napoleon's library, but the monograms certainly date from the time of binding, and the binding is simply too early. Ollivier does not record any other suitable candidates among the French book-collecting aristocracy. The order in which the various components are bound is slightly odd: the set opens with Garcia's Origen, which is followed by the second Decada, while the Descripcion and the first Decada are bound following the fourth Decada in the second volume. A number of leaves in the set are bound out of order (not surprisingly given the complexity of the book's make-up) but all are present. A full collation is available on request. Bindings very slightly rubbed;some neat restorations.

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        Methodus differentialis: sive tractatus de summatione et interpolatione serierum infinitarum.

      London: William Bowyer, 1730. First edition, rare, of Stirling's masterpiece in which he "went very far towards developing the calculus of finite differences" (Goldstine). "Next to Newton I would place Stirling as the man whose work is specially valuable where series are in question" (Gibson). "The Methodus differentialis: sive tractatus de summatione et interpolatione serierum infinitarum (London, 1730) of James Stirling (1692-1770) is surely one of the classics of numerical analysis. It contains not only the results and ideas for which Stirling is chiefly remebered today (the Stirling numbers, Stirling's interpolation formula, Stirling's formula for ln n!), but also a wealth of material on transformations of series and limiting processes. Inverse factorial series, especially hypergeometric series, are much in evidence and asymptotic series (including that for ln n!) also appear. Interpolation and quadratures are discussed and there is an impressive collection of calculations throughout to illustrate the efficacy of the methods presented" (Tweddle, p. 1). ABPC/RBH record only the Macclesfield and Stanitz copies since 1977. The Methodus consists of a relatively brief introduction followed by two parts, on summation and interpolation. In the introduction, Stirling discussed the transformation of series with the aim of speeding their convergence. This often involved conversion of factorials into powers, and he drew up tables for this purpose. He then showed that the columns of the tables giving the expression of powers in terms of factorials involve what are now called 'Stirling numbers' in his honour. Part one of the main text continues the investigation of the rate of convergence of series. It is part two of the book, devoted to the interpolation of series, that contains his most famous result, now called 'Stirling's theorem', giving an asymptotic formula for factorials (this was obtained slightly later by Abraham de Moivre). This formula proved crucial for subsequent developments in probability theory. "Stirling's work was founded on Newton's 'Methodus Differentialis', which was published in 1711 under the editorship of William Jones. In this short treatise Newton presents six propositions and a scholium in which he discusses differences, interpolation formulae and quadrature ... Stirling's first contribution to this area was his paper 'Methodus Differentialis Newtoniana Illustrata', which was communicated to the Royal Society on 18 June 1719. The first part is, as the title suggests, essentially an explanation of Newton's treatise. In the second part we have an early attempt at a problem which he pursued with conspicuous success in his later book, namely the transformation of a slowly converging series into one which converges rapidly to the same sum. He also gives there a rather obscure account of a process for finding limits, to which he returns with greater clarity in the book (Proposition 30 - the Stirling-Schellbach algorithm); this may be explained in terms of interpolation ... "By 1725 Stirling had settled in London, where he became a teacher and later a partner in Watt's Academy in Little Tower Street, Covent Garden. He was soon established in the scientific community and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1726. Apparently he had already been working on the book at this time, but his duties at the Academy did not allow rapid progress and the final production was rather rushed. For example, on 22 July 1729 he wrote to his brother John Stirling: "I designed to have spent some time this summer among you, but on second thoughts I choose to publish some papers during my leisure time which have long lain by me." And, in a letter to Gabriel Cramer written in September 1730 and accompanying copies of the book for Cramer and Nicholas Bernoulli, Stirling said of its contents: "The first part has been written 8 or 9 years ago, so that if I were to write it again I should scarce change anything in it. But indeed that is more than I can say for the second part, because there was not above one half of it finished, when the beginning of it was sent to the Printer. And altho' I am not conscious of any Errors in it but typographical ones, yet I am sensible that it might have been better done" ... "Stirling's book was well received by his contemporaries. For example, Euler expressed his admiration for the work, De Moivre employed some of Stirling's results to improve earlier work of his own and to develop his own series for ln (n - 1)!, and MacLaurin discussed or referred to several of Stirling's results in his Treatise of Fluxions (1742) ... However, the book's influence has extended over more than two and a half centuries. A vast number of articles have been devoted to "Stirling's formula" ... and the modern development of combinatorial theory has ensured a central place for the Stirling numbers" (Tweddle, pp. 1-3). Stirling had matriculated at Balliol College, Oxford in 1711, but his Jacobite sympathies prevented him taking the oaths necessary to continue his scholarship and he left Oxford in 1716 without graduating. He then spent several years in Venice, after which he was known as the Venetian. Newton encouraged him to return to London and actually paid for his return journey in 1724. But despite Newton's assistance, Stirling was never able to secure an academic post in Britain, and he spent much of his later life re-organizing and managing the Lanarkshire lead mines. There is also a large paper issue: Bowyer's records show 475 copies printed on crown paper and 26 on royal (ESTC). "The work was sufficiently important to be reprinted twice during Stirling's lifetime, in 1753 and 1764, and to be published in an English translation in I749" (DSB). Parkinson p 14. Gibson, 'Sketch of the history of mathematics in Scotland to the end of the 18th century,' Proceedings of the Edinburgh Mathematical Society, Series 2, Vol. 1 (1927), 1-18 & 71-93; Tweddle, James Stirling's Methodus Differentialis: An Annotated Translation of Stirling's Text, 2003. See H. H. Goldstine, A History of Numerical Analysis, pp. 97-117 for a detailed analysis of this work. 4to (218 x 173 mm), pp. [6] 1-153 [1], contemporary English calf, hinges very worn but sewings still strong, capitals chipped off, internally fine and clean. Rare.

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