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        CARTE DE L'ISLE DE LA MARTINIQUE, Colonie Francoise de l'une des Isles Antilles de l'Amerique.

      Paris. 1732 - Copper engraving. Original outline colour. Size: 62.5 x 48.5 cm. (24½ x 19 inches) Good condition - lower corner margins slight dark patches; very slight browning to centrefold; some offsetting and ink showing through from reverse in upper margin. Delisle was an important French cartographer of the early 18th century. He held the position of First Royal Geographer to the King. This is his very detailed map of the French island of Martinique. The mountainous regions are shown and the coast is wonderfully delineated. Published in the Atlas de Geographie.

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        Dictionary of the Holy Bible

      1732. CALMET, Dom Augustin. An Historical, Critical, Geographical, Chronological, and Etymological Dictionary of the Holy Bible… London: Printed for J.J. and P. Knapton et al., 1732. Three volumes. Folio (10 by 16 inches), period-style full speckled calf, elaborately gilt-decorated spines, raised bands, red morocco spine labels. $8500.Scarce first edition in English of Augustin Calmet’s impressive biblical dictionary, illustrated with 160 copperplate engravings (over 50 double-page) depicting scriptural places, people and traditions, the Duke of Bedford's copy, very handsomely bound.A French Benedictine abbot, historian and pioneering biblical exegete, Antoine Augustin Calmet authored several key theological texts as well as this comprehensive dictionary of ""all the Proper Names mentioned in the Old or New Testament, whether of Men, Women, Cities, Countries, Rivers, Mountains &c."" In large part it collects explanatory essays from Calmet's ""epoch-making"" 1707 commentary on the Latin Vulgate, ""which treat such topics as Hebrew poetry, music, weights and measures, medicine, marriage customs, burial customs, military organization, circumcision, the Sanhedrin and Hebrew schools and sects, and are, for his time, remarkably full and judicious"" (Jewish Encyclopedia). ""Most valuable… In Volume III is a very extensive Bibliotheca Sacra [a catalogue of editions of the Bible] which… displays great erudition and research"" (Lowndes, 350). Illustrated with 160 detailed copperplate engravings, over a third of them double-page; also with engraved vignette headpiece on first text page of each volume. Title pages printed in red and black. First published in French in two folio volumes in 1720; ""a supplement (also folio) was added in 1728. An improved and enlarged edition in four folio volumes was published in 1730"" (Catholic Encyclopedia). D'Oyly, a parish vicar, and Colson, a mathematician, began their translation prior to 1730, but revised it to take account of Calmet's changes. ""The work reveals Colson's interest in arithmetic, calculations, tables and measurement"" (DNB). Armorial bookplates of John, seventh Duke of Bedford (1710-71) and John, ninth Duke of Bedford (1766-1839); the volumes hail from the library at Woburn Abbey, Scattered light foxing, occasional light marginal dampstaining. Minor loss to lower corners of a few leaves. Archival tissue repair to fore-edge of frontispiece, Volume I. Expert paper repairs to the dedication leaf and a few splits to folds on folding plates. An impressive production in excellent condition, most handsomely bound. Scarce.

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        Historia de Tangere, que comprehende as noticias desde a sua primeira conquista até a sua ruina

      Lisbon, 1732. Officina Ferreiriana. Contemporary calf (rubbed, head of spine defective, some worming at foot).. Tiny wormhole in preliminary pp. & pp. 295-303.. Tangier remained a Portuguese possession for nearly 200 years after its conquest in 1471 by Alfonso V of Portugal, and the citys loss was much resented by the Portuguese when it was given to Charles II as part of Catherine of Braganza's dowry. Playfair & Brown, Bibliography of Morocco, 354, "a work of the highest historical value."

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        FRANKREICH-KORSIKA-FRANCE- CORSE 1732 HOMANN Titel: Insulae Corsicae olim Cyrnus dictae novissima facies chorographice tradita ; Cum Privil. Sac. Caes. Majestatis ab Homannianis Heredibus

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        The English Irish Dictionary.

      Paris, 1732 VG+, 1st ed. The First comprehensive Irish English Dictionary, with a specially designed font. In modern dark half calf over green marbled boards, some blind tooling. Spine, raised bands, gilt titles to red morocco label. Internally, [8], [2] blanks, [1], 2-432, 435-530, 529-673. 674-717 pp. Irregular pagination, but complete, new endpapers, ink name to p219 (Pierse Grase?, Callan, Kilkenny), text block edges marbled green, two columns per page, occasional marginal note. The Irish Grammar runs from p674 to p717. Printed in Paris by Seamus [ie Jacques] Guerin. Some light offsetting to the preface but beyond that near fine. O'Begly was a priest & private tutor in Paris, where his dictionary was printed. The work is also a phrase-book, containing numerous vivid expressions such as, 'He made a hard shift to wriggle his body into a hen roost', 'She has a free way of dancing', and 'A feak took hin@. O'Begly also designed the Irish type used for this work. The work also contains, at the end, an Irish Grammar by the Poet and Antiquary Hugh MacCurtain, which had been printed previously in Louvain in 1728. The following pages are misnumbered: P59-45. P259-245. P401-40. P470-450. (ESTC T153989. Lowndes 1169. Crowley - Wars of Words p79).

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        Carte de l 'lsle de la Martinique Colonie Francoise de l'une des Isles Antilles de l' Amerique.

      Paris: 1732 - Double-page hand colored in outline engraved map, 46 x 58 cm (18" x 23", decorative map legend. Margins a bit darkened, archival repair on verso at lower centerfold, the number 103 is boldly inked on the top margin, timing of outline coloring uncertain; otherwise very good with strong impression. Guillaume Delisle (1675-1726) was a French cartographer who was considered one of the best of his age. He has even been referred to as the father of modern geography, and was appointed Premier Geographer to Louis XV in 1718. A very attractive engraved map of Martinique in the Caribbean, when it was a French colony. The map shows mountains, rivers and bays of the island, and includes a chart that contains some relevant information. Tooley & Bricker: Landmarks of Mapmaking.

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        Tratado de las leyes penales de la milicia española, processos, y consejos de guerra, con notables resoluciones de su Magestad, y advertencias para todo Oficial, y Soldado de Infanteria, Cavalleria, y dragones, Guardias de Infanteria, Artilleros, y Invalidos, y para juezes Ordinarios, y Militares. Dispuesto por Don Francisco de Oya, abogado de los Reales Consejos, y Agente Fiscal en el Supremo de Guerra.

      En Madrid: En casa de Juan Muñoz 1732 - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 8º, (151x105mm.).- [32], 642 [i.e. 632] p.; error de páginación, de p. 548 pasa a 546, y de p. 546 a 560 ; sign.: - 8, A-Z8, Aa-Qq8, Rr4 ; primera capital xilografiada; adorno tipográfico al final del libro; apostillas marginales.- // Encuadernación de época en pergamino; lomo rotulado 'Leyes penales de la Milicia'. Papel levemente tostado, sin anotaciones, marcas ni subrayados; encuadernación sujeta al cuerpo únicamente en el plano trasero por el pie.- // Proc.: Dos exlibris manuscritos en recto de guarda delantera, 'Dn. Felipe de culles' y ' 'Mangues de Torrente'.- // Refs.: Aguilar Piñal, s. XVIII, 6, 1666.- // El tratado organiza lo dispuesto en la Nueva recopilación de ordenanzas militares de 1728, constituida por los tres tomos de las ordenanzas militares de 1720, por las Plantas del Consejo de guerra y las ordenanzas de los batallones de inválidos, en el tomo cuarto, y las ordenanzas de las Reales Guardias en el tomo quinto. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire des révolutions arrivées dans le gouvernement de la République romaine par M. l'abbé de Vertot

      Fourth Edition.Nyon & Didot & Quillau Paris 1732 petit in-8 (9,5x16cm) t1. (2) XXIV pp. 435pp. (5p. appr.) et (2) 490 pp. et (2) 432 pp. (16) 3 volumes reliés

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        Tractatus Theologicus de Jure et Justitia, Dictatus in Alma...

      1732. Seventeenth-Century Lecture Notes on the Legal Thought of St. Thomas Aquinas by a Notable Jesuit [Manuscript]. [Natural Law]. Guelat, Claude [1676-1745], Lecturer. Tractatus Theologicus de Jure et Justitia, Dictatus in Alma Caesareo-Archiducali Universitate Oenipontana ab Admodum Reverendo Patre Claudio Guelat Societ. Jesu SS. Theologiae Professore Ordinario. [Innsbruck], 1732. 273, [3] pp. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary calf, raised bands and lettering piece and small early paper shelf label to spine, speckled edges. Light rubbing and a few minor nicks to boards, some rubbing to extremities, minor chipping to spine ends, corners bumped and lightly worn. Light toning to interior, text in neat hand to rectos and versos of all leaves, a few brief recent annotations to endleaves carefully hand-lettered title page features Jesuit insignia in fine hand. $1,250. * A fair copy of lectures on St. Thomas Aquinas's treatise on natural law, Part II, Section 1, Questions 90 to 108 of the Summa Theologica, and later interpreters of these writings, such as Francisco de Vitoria and Juan de Lugo. Guelat was a notable Swiss Jesuit Theologian who taught at the University of Innsbruck, where the lectures transcribed in this manuscript were delivered. According to Backer-Sommervogel, these lectures circulated in manuscript, but were never published. Backer-Sommervogel, Bibliotheque des Ecrivains de la Compagnie de Jesus III: 1902.

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        The History of England Written in French By Mr Rapin De Thoyras Translated Into English with Additional Notes By N. Tindal. M. A. Vicar of Great Waltham in Essex

      London: Printed for James, John, and Paul Knapton, 1732. Complete in 2 volumes. Books measure 16 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches. Collation, x,viii,849,[1], 807 pages, 16 pages index, [3]pp. 56 full page engraved plates, 3 folding maps, 1 chronological table, 4 genealogy plates.No engravings index. Possibly lacking a few plates, but substantially complete.Bound in full period calf, raised bands, gilt rule lines, leather title labels. Calf light rubbed, a few minor scuff marks, hinge joints rubbed with wear lines, but boards firmly attached, [ possibly joints have been strengthened, but not recently ]. Both bindings in very good clean firm condition. Internally, some intermittent tanning. Pages and plates in good condition. A very nice set, in very attractive bindings. . Second Edition. Full Calf. Very Good. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        Le Banquet de Platon. Trauduit par un tiers par feu Monsieur Racine, de l'Académie françoise, & le reste par Madame de ***

      First edition of a translation begun by Racine and completed by Madame de Mortemart, Abbess of Fontevrault. Edition carried out according to Barbier by Father Olivier.Binding full fair calf iced contemporary. Back with nerves decorated with florets and 5 of a semi points. part of title in red morocco. torn rotator head. upper joint cracked head. Lack borders on top joints. 2 corners bumped. Chez Pierre Gandouin A Paris 1732 In-12 (9x17cm) x (2) 132pp. relié

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        La vie de Mahomet; traduite et compilée de l'Alcoran, des traditions authentiques de la Sonna, et des meilleurs auteurs arabes

      Ediiton originale. Pages de titre en rouge et noir.bindings en plein basane brune d'époque. spine à nerfs richement ornés. Pièces de titre en maroquin vieux rouge et de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Un petit manque en tête du tome I, avec également un manque en queue. manque en tête du tome II, avec petit manque au mors supérieur en queue. 3 coins émoussés. Quelques piqûres. Bon exemplaire.  Chez Wetsteins & Smith à Amsterdam 1732 in-12 (9,5x17cm) (2) XLII (4) 460pp. et (6) 413pp. (33) 2 volumes reliés

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        Le grand dictionnaire historique ou Le mélange curieux de l'histoire sacrée et profane [suivi de] Supplément au grand dictionnaire historique

      New edition revised, corrected and augmented with many historical dictionary, followed by two volumes of the Supplement. The first edition was only published in the lifetime of the author, in 1664, in a folio volume.Our copy is unfortunately not complete the frontispiece engraved by Claude Duflos after Desmarets neither the author's portrait also engraved by Duflos. Title pages in red and black.Binders of the time in full brown calf, back with six nerves decorated with gilded boxes and triple tail golden threads, parts of title and volume number in brown calf glued on the back, decorated with golden flower and framed double -filets golden, golden wheels on the cuts, all sprinkled edges red. boards very rubbed, caps often rubbed or leveled, small head wormholes backs of all volumes except the first volume of the Supplement several corners bumped.Published for the first time more than a century before the Encyclopedia, The Great Dictionary of Louis Moreri (1643-1680) is already looking to embrace more areas of knowledge between Sciences and Arts. Work recognized when for its wealth and erudition, his major challenge is to adopt an encyclopedic point of view to deal with subjects as diverse as history, geography, genealogy and religion. This effort is welcomed by publishers in the Epistle to the King, in which the book is described as "the Compendium of History richest & most extensive that we have seen seem."Work well complete reference of the two volumes of the Supplement. Chez Jacques Vincent & Chez la Veuve Lemercier à Paris 1732 in-folio 8 volumes reliés

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        Dictionnaire universel françois et latin dit de Trévoux [suivi de] Dictionarium universale latino-gallicum

      Third edition of the Dictionary of Trévoux said adorned with banners designed by Jean-Michel Papillon, cul-de-lamp and historiated initials. The text is followed in Volume 5 of Dictionarium universale Latin gallicum. Title pages in red and black.Binders full brown calf, back with six nerves adorned with jewels, wheels and gold threads, parts of title and volume number in red morocco, triple-net stamped cold frame plates, casters gilded on the cuts, handmade paper all sprinkled edges red. boards rubbed, second board of volume 4 notched on ten centimeters, caps often rubbed or missing, tiny wormholes on some back, joints of the second board of volume 4 cracked tail. Very small wormholes in lower margin between columns 238 and 314 of Volume 4 and a wetness in the upper right corner between the columns 738 and 770. The leafletsQqqq Q i (between 1712 and 1717 columns) and Q qqqq iiii (between 1724 and 1729 columns) are missing, not having been connected at the time of printing.Bookplate with pen on every front page in the name of Father Descageul.Released just under fifty years before Diderot and d'Alembert, said the Universal Dictionary of Trévoux made date in the middle of the encyclopedic edition. Discredited in its infancy because of his Jesuit origins, the text was later recognized for its importance for the history of culture and the French language but also and especially for their outreach to other European courts. He was admitted as a reference book, heir to the Dictionary says Furetière and rivaling the Dictionary of the French Academy. Even today, it is celebrated by scholars for its expression of "fascination with universal knowledge and the ambition of completeness claimed by encyclopedism Enlightenment".Good copy of a reference text for encyclopedism the early eighteenth century. Chez Pierre-François Giffart à Paris 1732 in-4 (25x38cm) (8) XIX (1) 1932 col. [suivi de] (4) 2084 col. [suivi de] (4) 2180 col. [suivi de] (4) 2290 col. [suivi de] (4) 878 col. [suivi de] (2) 162pp. ; 203pp. 5 volumes reliés

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        Le Banquet de Platon. Trauduit par un tiers par feu Monsieur Racine, de l'Académie françoise, & le reste par Madame de ***

      Chez Pierre Gandouin 1732 - - Chez Pierre Gandouin, A Paris 1732, In-12 (9x17cm), x (2) 132pp., relié. - Edition originale de la traduction commencée par Racine et achevée par Madame de Mortemart, abbesse de Fontevrault. Edition réalisée selon Barbier par l'abbé Olivier, et d'après une note manuscrite en page de garde. Reliure en plein veau blond glacé d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné de 5 fleurons et d'un semi de points. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Coiffe de tête arrachée. Mors supérieur fendu en tête. Manque en bordures en haut des mors. 2 coins émoussés. L'Avertissement contient la lettre de Racine adressée Boileau afin que ce dernier l'apporte à Madame de Mortemart. Gabrielle de Rochechouart de Mortemart, abesse de Fontevraud a également traduit les trois premiers livres de l'Illiade. L'études des langues mortes fut une de ses passions. Elle traduisit le Banquet et envoya sa traduction à Racine qui en fit une traduction nouvelle mais ne put achever son travail. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition of a translation begun by Racine and completed by Madame de Mortemart, Abbess of Fontevrault. Edition carried out according to Barbier by Father Olivier. Binding full fair calf iced contemporary. Back with nerves decorated with florets and 5 of a semi points. part of title in red morocco. torn rotator head. upper joint cracked head. Lack borders on top joints. 2 corners bumped. x (2) 132pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Praxis geometriae, worinnen nicht bu ralle bey dem Feld-Messen forkommende fälle, mit Stäben, dem Astrolabio, der Boussole und der Mensul, in Ausmessung einzeler Linien, Flächen und ganzer Revier, Welche, Wen deren ettliche angränzende zusammen genommen, eine Lan-Karte ausmashen, auf ebenen Boden und Gebürgen beygefügten practishen Hand-Griffen, deutlich erörtert, sondern, auch, eiene gute ebenen Boden und Gebûrgen, wie auch die Abnehmung derer Höhen und Wasser-Fälle, nebst Ausarbeitung der Kleinesten Risse bis zum grösten, mit ihren Nben-Zierathen treulich communiciret werden -zugabe zur praxis geometriae

      Original edition. A frontispiece of Johann Balthasar Probst.25 boards with 2 folding representative calculations, instruments, gardens, landscapes ... The XVIII board carries a tear of 4 cm and the XVI board of 16 cm.Binding open-stained vellum (blackened back) of the time, the title to the pen is unreadable.Three snagging the upper jaw with gaps.Rare first edition of Praxis geometriae, one of the most remarkable and famous German studies on applied geometry. Handwritten notes appear written in Latin and German, the book belonged to Joh. Paul Spicker, professor (see handwritten note bottom margin of the frontispiece), probably the author of these notes. chez Christoph Peter Detleffsen Augsburg 1732 petit in-folio (20,5 cm x 30,5 cm, (10) 97 pp. -5. et de 11ff.) (10) 97pp. -5. et de 11ff. manuscrits à la plume. relié

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        Essais sur la noblesse de France, contenans une dissertation sur son origine & abaissement

      S.n.. first edition. Title page in red and black.Binding full fair calf iced contemporary. Back smooth decorated with foliage, irons and rollers. Part of title in red morocco. BP tail number. A small lack in mind. Mors split tail 1cm. Rubbed corners. Beautiful copy. S.n. à Amsterdam 1732 Pet. in-8 (10,5x16,5cm) (2) XVI (8) 340 (4) 120 (2)p. relié

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        Les Avantures de Jacques Sadeur dans la decouverte et le voyage de la Terre Australe...

      Amsterdam: David Mortier, 1732. Duodecimo, contemporary calf, spine panelled in gilt between raised bands. Fourth French edition, based on the Paris version of 1692.A revised edition, prepared by François Raguenet, possibly from a manuscript by Foigny himself. The dangerously heretical nature of the first edition has been tempered here by concentrating on the fabulous rather than the social and political.One of the earliest and best of all imaginary voyages to Australia, Foigny's book refers to the inhabitants of his Terre Australe as "Australiens" - the first time that the term was used to describe an inhabitant of the southern continent.Foigny (c.1650-1692) had a turbulent life. A promising career as a Franciscan monk was scotched by his 'licentious behaviour' and he was forced to flee to Geneva and Protestantism. The narrative purports to be the dying gift of the sailor Sadeur to an anonymous narrator. Twice kidnapped and four times shipwrecked, Sadeur only survives when he is plucked from the sea by a gigantic winged monster which fortuitously drops him on the shores of Western Australia. Ashore, his luck continues: as an hermaphrodite himself (the Jesuit priests called him male as a convenience) Sadeur is especially acceptable to the hermaphroditic, asexual society that he discovers. The Australians' utopian rejection of the body is responsible for their society's rationality and harmony. In this world Sadeur's curiosity and levity about the topic is considered very de trop, yet worse his 'propensity to unseemly arousal' (Rees).As in many imaginary voyages - Swift's Houhnyhyms, and their debates about the extermination of the Yahoos represent perhaps the best known example - the perfection of the community tolerates no impurities. Thus, the otherwise detached Australians are involved in a brutal war of annihilation with the Fundian 'half-men': crucially, Sadeur cannot stomach the war, a fact only complicated when 'bored by decades of sexless bliss, rational discussions and indoctrinations, athletic exercises and peaceful gardening ... [Sadeur] falls for a female among the enemy' (Friederich).This important work, which combines several major traditions, is 'a major utopia, rich in satire and iconoclasm' (Gibson) and presents a narrative response to the strict regimentation of the utopia, particularly in the context of the Pacific (Spate comments: 'in part at least a send-up of Quiros').All of the early editions of the Sadeur text are of considerable rarity: like the 1692 edition, this has only six listings in NUC. Slight wear at extremities.

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        Histoire des révolutions arrivées dans le gouvernement de la République romaine par M. l'abbé de Vertot

      Nyon & Didot & Quillau. Fourth Edition. Nyon & Didot & Quillau Paris 1732 petit in-8 (9,5x16cm) t1. (2) XXIV pp. 435pp. (5p. appr.) et (2) 490 pp. et (2) 432 pp. (16) 3 volumes reliés

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        Lexicon hebraicum

      typis seminari, Apud Joannem Manfrè. First Edition. Vellum full time. Back to nerves. Hebrew title pen. 2 holes to tail. 2 snags with lack nerve of the third well and the upper joint of the fourth box. Latin Hebrew dictionary composed by Zanolini, professor of Oriental languages at the seminary in Padua. A very substantial index. Zanolini Antonio (1693-1762) was one of the most prominent Italian Orientalist eighteenth century. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! typis seminari, Apud Joannem Manfrè Patavii (Padoue) 1732 in-4 (24x18cm) (12) 652pp. relié

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        Stato militare dell'imperio ottomanno - L'état militaire de l'empire ottoman

      First Edition illustrated two large folding watercolor cards, 35 plates (including extendible 7), 10 prints at mid-page and 5 headpieces engraved by Schenk. Chez Pierre Gosse, Jean Neaulme & Adrien Moetjens et Chez Herm. Uytwerf & Franç. Changuion à La Haye et à Amsterdam 1732 in-folio (25,5x38cm) (4) ix-xvi 151pp. ; (4) 199pp. 2 volumes reliés en 1

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        The Vineyard: a Treatise shewing I. The Nature and Method of Planting, Manuring, Cultivating, and Dressing of Vines in Foreign Parts. II. Proper Directions for Drawing, Pressing, Making, Keeping, Fining, and Curing all Defects in the Wine. III. An Easy and Familiar Method of Planting and Raising Vines in England, to the greatest Perfection; illustrated with several useful Examples. IV. New Experiments in Grafting, Budding, or Inoculating; whereby all Sorts of Fruit may be much more improved than at present; particularly the Peach, Apricot, Nectarine, Plumb, &c. V. The best Manner of Raising several Sorts of compound Fruit, which have not yet been attempted in England. Being the Observations made by a Gentleman in his Travels. The Second edition.

      London: D. Browne,, 1732. Octavo (194 x 121 mm). Contemporary half calf and marbled boards, red morocco label, sprinkled edges. Engraved frontispiece depicting a vineyard with grape pickers. Engraved bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst to front pastedown. Front joint partly cracked but very firm; a crisp, clean copy. Second edition, a re-issue of the first edition sheets of 1727 with a cancel title page, sometimes attributed to Richard Bradley, the botanist and writer.

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        Dictionnaire oeconomique, contenant divers moyens d'augmenter son bien, et de conserver sa santé (2 volumes)

      A Paris, chez Etienne Ganeau, ruë Saint Jacques, près la ruë du Plâtre, aux Armes de Dombes 1732 - Deux volumes in-folio (26,5 x 39,5 cm), reliure plein veau, dos à 6 nerfs ornés de caissons dorés, gardes couleurs, 3e édition du classique "Dictionnaire oeconomique, contenant divers moyens d'augmenter son bien, et de conserver sa santé. Avec plusieurs remèdes assurez et éprouvez, pour un très grand nombre de maladies, et de beaux secrets pour parvenir à une longue et heureuse vieillesse. Quantité de moyens pour élever, nourrir, guérir, et faire profiter toutes sortes d'Animaux Domestiques ; comme Brebis, Moutons, Boeufs, Chevaux, Mulets, Abeilles, et Vers à Soye. Differens filets pour la Pêche de toutes sortes de Poissons, et pour la Chasse de toutes sortes d'Oiseaux et d'Animaux, etc. Une infinité de Secrets découverts dans le Jardinage, la Botanique, l'Agriculture, les Terres, les Vignes, les Arbres, comme aussi la connoissance des Plantes des Païs Etrangers, et leurs qualitez specifiques, etc. Les Moyens de tirer tout l'avantage des Fabriques de Savon, d'Amidon ; de filer le Cotton, de faire à peu de frais des Pierreries artificielles, fort ressemblantes aux naturelles, de Peindre en Mignature sans sçavoir le dessein, et travailler Bayettes ou Etoffes établies nouvellement en ce Royaume, pour l'usage de ce Pays, et pour l'Espagne, etc. Les Moyens dont se servent les Marchands pour faire de gros établissemens ; Ceux par lesquels les Anglois et les Hollandois se sont enrichis, en trafiquant des Chevaux, des Chèvres, et des brebis, etc. Tout ce que doivent faire les Artisans, Jardiniers, Vignerons, Marchands, Negocians, Banquiers, Commissionnaires, Magistrats, Officiers de Justice, Gentils-hommes, et autres d'une qualité & d'un emploi plus relevé, pour s'enrichir, etc. Chacun pourra le convaincre de toutes ces veritez, en cherchant ce qui peut lui convenir, chaque chose étant rangée par ordre alphabétique comme dans les Dictionnaires". Nombreuses gravures sur bois dans le texte ; très habile restauration ancienne au dos du tome 1, intérieur très frais, bel état. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        AN ESSAY TO REVIVE AND ENCOURAGE MILITARY EXERCISES, SKILL AND VALOUR AMONG THE SONS OF GOD'S PEOPLE IN NEW- ENGLAND. A SERMON PREACHED BEFORE THE HONOURABLE ARTILLERY-COMPANY IN BOSTON, JUNE 5th. 1732. BEING THE DAY OF THEIR ELECTION OF OFFICERS

      Boston: Printed by T. Fleet, 1732. 45pp. Dbd., remnants of old binder on spine. Very light foxing and soiling. Very good. Lacks the half title. In a half morocco and cloth box. A relatively scarce early sermon proclaiming the righteousness of military preparedness, and the compatibility between God and guns. "Neither is the profession of religion in the least inconsistent with a military spirit, and the art of war: The most holy and wise of all men have practiced war, and have been famous for their valour and achievements therein, as Abraham, Moses, Joshua, David and others." The name of New England hero Capt. John Lovewell, who fell in battle with the Indians at Piggwackett in 1725, is invoked. Peabody was pastor of the church at Natick. An interesting sermon. EVANS 3589. NAIP w032034. SABIN 59374.

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        Prolegomena, Et Dissertationes In Omnes Et Singulos S. Scripturae Libros. Opus Gallicè primùm ab Authore, nunc verò Latinis Literis traditum.

      Augustae Vindelicorum [Augsburg], Happach 1732 - 2 Bände. 36 x 22 cm. [4] Bl., 667 S.; [1] Bl., 512 S. Mit wiederholter Holzschnitt-Druckermarke und einer mehrfach gefalteten Kupferstich-Karte. Zeitgenössisches gesprenkeltes Ganzleder mit Lederrückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung. Rücken am Kopf beschädigt. Gebräunt und fleckig. Letztes Bl. mit kleinen Fehlstellen (etwas Buchstabenverlust). Zeitgen. Exlibris. Unerschöpfliche Fundquelle aus der Feder des gelehrten Benediktinerabts Dom Augustin Calmet (1672 -1757, Verfasser z.B. von Histoire ecclésiastique et civile de Lorraine, qui comprend ce qui s'est passé de plus mémorable dans l'Archevêché de Trèves, & dans les Evêchez de Metz, Toul & Verdun; Dictionnaire historique, critique, chronologie et littoral de la Bible). Die große Faltkarte Israels (46 x 22 cm) mit dem Titel "Tabula Terrae promissionis ab Auctore . delineata, et a Liebaux Geographo primum incisa".

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        Dictionnaire universel françois et latin dit de Trévoux [suivi de] Dictionarium universale latino-gallicum

      Third edition of the Dictionary of Trévoux said adorned with banners designed by Jean-Michel Papillon, cul-de-lamp and historiated initials. The text is followed in Volume 5 of Dictionarium universale Latin gallicum. Title pages in red and black.Binders full brown calf, back with six nerves adorned with jewels, wheels and gold threads, parts of title and volume number in red morocco, triple-net stamped cold frame plates, casters gilded on the cuts, handmade paper all sprinkled edges red. boards rubbed, second board of volume 4 notched on ten centimeters, caps often rubbed or missing, tiny wormholes on some back, joints of the second board of volume 4 cracked tail. Very small wormholes in lower margin between columns 238 and 314 of Volume 4 and a wetness in the upper right corner between the columns 738 and 770. The leafletsQqqq Q i (between 1712 and 1717 columns) and Q qqqq iiii (between 1724 and 1729 columns) are missing, not having been connected at the time of printing.Bookplate with pen on every front page in the name of Father Descageul.Released just under fifty years before Diderot and d'Alembert, said the Universal Dictionary of Trévoux made date in the middle of the encyclopedic edition. Discredited in its infancy because of his Jesuit origins, the text was later recognized for its importance for the history of culture and the French language but also and especially for their outreach to other European courts. He was admitted as a reference book, heir to the Dictionary says Furetière and rivaling the Dictionary of the French Academy. Even today, it is celebrated by scholars for its expression of "fascination with universal knowledge and the ambition of completeness claimed by encyclopedism Enlightenment".Good copy of a reference text for encyclopedism the early eighteenth century. Chez Pierre-François Giffart à Paris 1732 in-4 (25x38cm) (8) XIX (1) 1932 col. [suivi de] (4) 2084 col. [suivi de] (4) 2180 col. [suivi de] (4) 2290 col. [suivi de] (4) 878 col. [suivi de] (2) 162pp. ; 203pp. 5 volumes reliés

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        An Essay Toward the Proof of a Separate State of Souls between Death and Resurrection, and The Commencement of the Rewards of Virtue and Vice immediately after Death.

      Richard Hett, London 1732 - Hardcover. Octavo. ([4], 9-84 pp) Lovely period-style full leather binding by renowned London book-binder Bernard C. Middleton. Brown speckled calf with raised bands and gilt stamped leather title-label on spine & tooling to boards. A first edition of this unusual work by Isaac Watts (1674 – 1748), the non-conformist theologian and logician (widely recognised as the "Father of English Hymnody") in which he argues that there may be Divine relief (the "separate state" of the title) for the souls of sinners who were commonly supposed to be consigned to hell. The work was re-issued as part of his well-known book "The World to Come" in 1739. From the collection of Dr. M. H. Coleman, with his ex-libris seal blind-stamped on the front free endpaper. Although eccentrically paginated - the book starts at p. 9, with only four un-numbered pages preceding it - this matches the only collation we could find, and thus it appears complete. Title page laid down, a couple of short tears in the fore-edge margins, a tiny (pin-head) sized hole in top-corner of page 9/10, pages slightly browned, else a solid, clean VG+ copy. Extremely rare. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA DO IMPERADOR CARLOS MAGNO e dos Doze Pares de Francia. Traduzido de Castelhano em Portuguez com mais elegancia para a nossa lingua. Por Hieronymo Moreira de Carvalho Dividido em Quatro Livros.

      Coimbra, Na Officina de Joseph Antunez da Sylva, Impressor da Universidade, 1732. - in-8. 12ff. 359pp. Plein chagrin vert, dos à nerfs, filets à froid sur les plats, tranches dorées (Reliure du XIXs.) [Etui, coin inférieur abîmé]. Première édition portugaise très rare du roman de chevalerie français "Conqueste du grant roy Charlemaigne des Espaignes. Et les vaillances des douze pairs de France", dont la première édition, gothique, parut à Lyon en 1501. Elle a été traduite par le médecin portugais Hieronymo Moreira de Carvalho, sur la version espagnole de Nicolas de Piamonte parue à Sevilla en 1525 sous le titre de "La Historia del Emperador Carlomagno y de los doce pares de Francia". Très bon exemplaire, malgré les derniers feuillets jaunis, finement relié au XIXs. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of The Puritans or Protestant Non-Conformists, from the Reformation to the Death of Queen Elizabeth, etc.

      Richard Hett London -1738. First and Second edition set. Four Volumes 1732 - Octavo; [3],iv-xvi,648,87,[i]; [3],iv-xii,658,[2]; [3],iv-xxvi,628; [3],iv-xii,664. Volume one is the Second edition, Volumes 2-4 are all first editions. With the "Correction" leaf to the first edition at the end of volume one. Contemporary full calf, double gilt ruled border to boards, the spines with raised bands, gilt ruling, red lettering pieces, that of volume 3 half chipped away. Volume one has been rebacked with the original spine laid down, this spine darkened and not matching the remaining three volumes although the decoration of the boards is the same. MInor cracking some joints but overall this is a good solid set, generally clean internally. The first editions of this work are scarce. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eykens von Repgow Sachsen-Spiegel, Oder Das Sächsische Land-Recht, in dreyen Büchern, Wie solches mit denen ältesten Codd. MSS. zusammen gehalten, daraus nach dessen wahren Verstande hergestellet, und von denen bisherigen vielfältigen Corruptionen gesaubert worden, etc. Mit nöthigen Register und einem Vorbericht vom Autore, Alter, Codicibus, und Editionen dieses Rechts, versehen, und ausgefertiget von Carl Wilhelm Gärtner.

      - Leipzig, Lanckisch Erben, 1732. Folio. 20 Bl., 532 S., 20 Bl. (d.l.w.). Halbpergament d. Zeit (Deckelbezüge erneuert). Homeyer 34. - "Erst Gärtner betrat 1732 den Weg, eine echtere Gestalt des Rechtsbuches unmittelbar aus Handschriften darzulegen . Dies ist für das 18te Jahrhundert die einzige veröffentlichte Arbeit kritischer Richtung". (Homeyer S. 81). - Gebräunt, Titel im Bund verstärkt.

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        Nederlands Displegtigheden, Vertoonende de plegtige gebruiken aan den dis, in het houden van Maaltyden, en het Drinken der gezondheden, onder de oude Batavieren, en Vorsten, Graaven, Edelen en andere ingezetenen der Nederlanden, weleer gebruikelyk, nevens den oorsprongk dezer gewoontens, en der zelver overeenkomst met die van andere Volken

      Rotterdam: Philippus Losel, 1732. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. 3 volumes in half calf, worn and rubbed, hinges cracked, but sound. Scattered foxing and minor browning, a few plates with tiny tears at the edges, but generally very clean internally. 136),562; (4),557,(61); (90),612,(54)p. with 2 extra engraved titles and 15 (1 of two coins in vol 1; 11 plates, 3 folding, numbered 1-13 but with images 3-5 on one plate in vol. 2; and 3 folding, in vol 3). Oberle Bib. Bacchique 485, Cagle 1075. An attractive history of drinking and drinking vessels - many of the plates of cups are quite striking and the one that turns into a bell to be rung when empty needs to be revived. Volume 3 has some talk of gastronomic excess. Size: 8vo (octavo). Previous owner's book-plate on front pastedown. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Inventory No: CAT000448.

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        Le grand dictionnaire historique ou Le mélange curieux de l'histoire sacrée et profane [suivi de] Supplément au grand dictionnaire historique

      Chez Jacques Vincent|& Chez la Veuve Lemercier 1732 - - Chez Jacques Vincent & Chez la Veuve Lemercier, à Paris 1732, in-folio, 8 volumes reliés. - Nouvelle édition revue, corrigée et augmentée du Grand dictionnaire historique, suivie des deux volumes du Supplément, parus en 1735 spécialement pour cette édition. La première édition générale fut la seule parue du vivant de l'auteur, en 1664, en un volume in-folio. Incomplet du frontispice gravé par Claude Duflos d'après Desmarets et du portrait de l'auteur également gravé par Duflos. Texte orné de bandeaux et de lettrines historiées ainsi que d'une planche hors-texte dans le deuxième volume du Supplément. Pages de titre en rouge et noir. Reliures de l'époque en plein veau brun, dos à six nerfs ornés de caissons dorés et de triples filets dorés en queue, pièces de titre et de tomaison en veau brun encollées sur le dos, décorées d'une fleur dorée et encadrées de doubles-filets dorés, roulettes dorées sur les coupes, toutes tranches mouchetées rouge. Plats frottés, coiffes souvent frottées voire manquantes, petits trous de vers en tête des dos de tous les volumes excepté du premier tome du Supplément, plusieurs coins émoussés, certains avec perte de cuir. Publié pour la première fois plus d'un siècle avant l'Encyclopédie, Le grand dictionnaire de Louis Moreri (1643-1680) cherche déjà à embrasser le plus grand nombre de domaines du savoir. Ouvrage reconnu dès lors pour sa richesse et son érudition, son enjeu majeur est d'adopter un point de vue encyclopédique pour traiter de sujets aussi divers que l'histoire, la géographie, la généalogie ou la religion. Cet effort est salué par les éditeurs dans l'épître au roi, dans laquelle l'ouvrage est dépeint comme « le Recueil d'Histoire le plus riche & le plus ample que l'on ait encore vu paraître". Par ailleurs, les deux volumes du Supplément ont été réalisés afin de corriger et d'augmenter les précédentes éditions, ce qui ajoute à la valeur encyclopédique du projet. Œuvre de référence bien complète des deux volumes du Supplément. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition revised, corrected and augmented with many historical dictionary, followed by two volumes of the Supplement. The first edition was only published in the lifetime of the author, in 1664, in a folio volume. Our copy is unfortunately not complete the frontispiece engraved by Claude Duflos after Desmarets neither the author's portrait also engraved by Duflos. Title pages in red and black. Binders of the time in full brown calf, back with six nerves decorated with gilded boxes and triple tail golden threads, parts of title and volume number in brown calf glued on the back, decorated with golden flower and framed double -filets golden, golden wheels on the cuts, all sprinkled edges red. boards very rubbed, caps often rubbed or leveled, small head wormholes backs of all volumes except the first volume of the Supplement several corners bumped. Published for the first time more than a century before the Encyclopedia, The Great Dictionary of Louis Moreri (1643-1680) is already looking to embrace more areas of knowledge between Sciences and Arts. Work recognized when for its wealth and erudition, his major challenge is to adopt an encyclopedic point of view to deal with subjects as diverse as history, geography, genealogy and religion. This effort is welcomed by publishers in the Epistle to the King, in which the book is described as "the Compendium of History richest & most extensive that we have seen seem." Work well complete reference of the two volumes of the Supplement. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Copy of the Agreement Between the Proprietors of Maryland & Pensilvania; and of the Commission for Running the Lines Between the Said Provinces, 1732 [manuscript title]

      1732. [22]pp. Folio. Stitched, folded sheets. Old fold lines. Light wear and soiling to outer leaves, interior leaves lightly toned, some ink bleed. Still highly legible. A contemporary manuscript copy of the abortive Penn-Lord Baltimore Agreement of 1732 on the Pennsylvania-Maryland Boundary A contemporary manuscript copy of the original agreement between the Penn family as proprietors of Pennsylvania and the Lords Baltimore settling the boundary dispute between Pennsylvania and Maryland and agreeing on how to survey the boundary. The "Articles of Agreement", agreed to in London in May 1732, were printed in London that year, and in Philadelphia by Benjamin Franklin in 1733. This manuscript copy was almost certainly made at that time, because in 1734 Lord Baltimore repudiated the Agreement, charging fraud on the part of the Penns. The boundary was then the subject of lawsuits for the next three decades, until Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon were hired to accurately survey the boundary, a task finally completed in 1768. This settlement established the famed Mason-Dixon line, traditionally considered the dividing line between North and South. The story of the Penn-Baltimore Agreement has been told in great detail by Nicholas Wainwright in his article "Tale of a Runaway Cape: The Penn-Baltimore Agreement of 1732". From the time of William Penn's original grant of Pennsylvania in 1682, he was at loggerheads with the Lords Baltimore over the boundary lines between the colonies. Sporadic efforts to resolve the problem finally became serious negotiations in 1731. Both sides put forward maps of their own as guides, and indeed, as Wainwright says, "The map was really the key to the Agreement." Baltimore insisted on the use of his map, and the Penns, who were under great money pressure and eager for an agreement, acceded, as they did to a number of Baltimore's demands. Baltimore's map was in due course taken to the shop of John Senex, in Fleet Street, where it was engraved. One proof strike of it, with a scale of miles, survives in the Penn Papers at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. The scale was later erased, and the map printed on each of the six final copies of the agreement. With the cartography agreed to, the rest of the bargain was quickly struck, and signed on May 10, 1732. Baltimore and each of the Penn brothers signed the document and placed their seals on its bottom edge. When the agreement was reported in America in 1733 the machinery was set in motion to survey the boundaries. But the deal was unpopular in Maryland, and Lord Baltimore soon discovered another problem - his map was inaccurate, and the mislocation of Cape Henelopen on the Delaware coast gave the Penns more land than he had thought. With his colony unhappy and feeling he had given up more than intended, Calvert sought to abrogate the agreement. As a result, in 1734 he sued in Chancery Court in London, charging fraud. The Penns, naturally, replied that the agreement was based on Baltimore's map, not theirs. Finally, in 1750, the Penns won the case, with costs, and the surveying could proceed. However, it was not until 1763 that both sides agreed to hire Mason and Dixon and share the costs of the survey. The present document is written in a secretarial hand, on folio sheets of paper stitched together. It contains the same text as the printed 1732 document, outlining the details of the boundary settlement and indicating an agreement by the two parties based on the Baltimore map. As indicated by the title, after the agreement, a second document has been included here (in the same secretarial hand), from the Penns to their agents in the province outlining the agreement and the boundaries to be drawn up, again mirroring the printed 1732 document. As this is a fair copy, it is not signed by the parties, although their names are inscribed at the end in the same secretarial hand. A contemporary manuscript version of this highly important document, the basis for what proved to be a lengthy and contentious colonial dispute, but ultimately for the boundary survey that defined the line between the North and the South. Nicholas B. Wainwright, "Tale of a Runaway Cape: The Penn-Baltimore Agreement of 1732," in the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography , Vol. 87, pp.251-93 (July 1963).

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        Sammelband. Vorgebunden 30 Tafeln aus verschiedenen Werken d. Autors. (Nr. X, XI, XII, I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VIII (Säulendetails), 4 ungez. Taf. (ebenfalls Beispiele antiker Bauwerke), Taf. XVI, XVII (Stubenöfen), Taf. 2, 3, 1?, 6 (Fenster), Taf. XII (Fenster), Taf. 4 (Fenster), Taf. 1-6 (Parktore), Taf. XIII (Innentor) - Enth.: Zweyter Theil Des Gründlichen Unterrichtes/ Der vollständigen Säulen Ordnung, Nach der heutigen Civil-Bau-Kunst/ Darinnen vorgestellet werden: Sechs neu-inventirte Portale, mit zierlichen Balcons oder Fenster Geländern, auf freystehenden Säulen ... Darbey ferner kürtzlich angewiesen wird: Wie die Säulen, auf die gebräuchlichste Arten auszubeugen die Grund-Risse zu machen und zu verstehen: ...und sonderlich die Blätter-Wercke, an den Corinthischen Capitälen ... aufzureissen seyn. Hierbey ist ein Anhang. Von neu-inventirten/ und nach einer leicht zu practicirenden Methode eingerichteten Frantzösischen Parade-Kutschen, denen auch Muster von Jagt-Chaisen, bequeme

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

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        Essays upon Several Subjects in Law. Edinburgh: Printed by R. Fleming, 1732

      Printed by R. Fleming 1732 - [iv], 164 p. Not in Jessop, Chuo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wohlbegründete Praxis der Chirurgie und Artzeney-Kunst / Worinnen fast unzehliche / gewisse und wahrhafftige Experimenta zu Beförderung der Chirurgie auffgeführet werden Und sonderlich vom Triepper / Franzosen-Cur, ohne Salivation, innerlich- und eusserl

      8. Titelbl. (in rot-schwarz Druck), [vermutlich fehlen zumindest 3 Bl. einer Widm. ?], 4 Bl. (Vorrede), 662 S., 4 Bl. (Verz.). Mit 5 gef. Taf. (med. Instrumente darstellend), 3 gest. Kopfleisten u. 2 gest. Schlußvign. - Angeb.: LINDERN, Franz Balthasar von. Speculum Veneris oder Venus-Spiegel, vorstellend wie die Venus-Kranckheiten überhaupt / wo kein Medicus noch Chirurgus zu gegen / im Fall der Noth / ein jeder für sich selbsten curiren / auch die sonst gewöhnliche Salvitations-Cur gantz leicht ohne einige Gefahr verrichten kann, Nach der sichersten Methode aus eigener Praxi aufgezeichnet und entworfen. Straßburg, Johannes Beck 1732. 8. Gest. Frontispiz (nach Stridbeck, zeigt im Hintergrung Straßburg), Titelbl. (in rot-schwarz Druck), 6 Bl. (Vorrede, Inhalt), 376 S., 8 Bl. (Reg., Errata, Zuschrift). Mit 1 Textholzschnitt u. einigen Vign. u. Zierleisten. Schlichter Pergamentband der Zt. m. Sprengschnitt. Einband angestaubt u. leicht fleckig, aber ansonsten noch in einem altersgemäß guten Zustand, Ecken und Kanten minimal berieben, Papier (vorwiegend des ersten Werks) durchgehend stärker gebräunt, aber sonst frisch u. gut erhalten. Vgl. Hirsch II, 506 (gibt keine deutschsprachige Ausg. an). Es handelt sich wohl um die sehr seltene, erste u. einzige Ausg. in dt. Sprache. Im "Jahrbuch der Auktionspreise" lässt sich ab dem Jahr 1960ff. kein Exempl. auf einer Auktion nachweisen (Einmal in lat. Sprache, 1966). Y. Gaukes, Arzt zu Emden in Ostfriesland, war Anhänger der Cartesischen Richtung und hat meist nur casuistische Mittheilungen hinterlassen. - Zum angeb. Werk: Proksch I, 466. Seinerzeit erfolgreiches Arzneibuch über Geschlechtskrankheiten u. sexuelle Hygiene. Das umfangr. Werk ist auch kulturgesch. interessant durch die vielen eingestreuten Krankengeschichten, Fall-Beschreibungen u. Anekdoten.

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        Estatuto da veneravel Irmandade dos Clerigos Pobres, com o titulo da Caridade, e patrocinio da Santissima Trindade, sita no Hospital Real de Todos os Santos de novo reformado, e addicionado no anno de 1731. Sendo o Juiz o R.do Manoel de Souza Borges, Cura na Paroquial Igreja de N.S. dos Martyres. Mordomos os R.dos Joam Antunes Monteyro, Prior da Paroquial de S. Nicolao, e Francisco Nunes Collares, Cura na mesma Igreja do Hospital. Confirmado por autoridade ordinaria em 6 de April deste anno de 1732, e no mesmo anno dado à estampa por ordem da mesma Veneravel Irmandade.

      Lisboa Occidental, Na Officina de Pedro Ferreira, (1732). - Folio (28 x 19.5 cm.), contemporary mottled sheep (sound but very worn), spine with raised bands in five compartments (also rather worn, 2 pinpoint wormholes at head), text block edges speckled red. Woodcut vignette on title page. Different large woodcut headpieces on second leaf recto, p. 1, and penultimate leaf recto. Typographical headpiece on eleventh leaf recto. Many woodcut initials, two very large. Wide column at outer margins with printed side notes. Printed on thick paper of excellent quality. A few small wormholes in upper and outer margins, but crisp and clean. Front free endleaf is later, pasted on to a stub of the original. In good condition. Small rectantular (3 x 6.5 cm.) early printed book-ticket tipped on the upper outer corner of front pastedown "Do Bispo Inquisidor Geral // D. José Maria de Mello". Engraved armorial bookplate on front pastedown and armorial blindstamp in blank portion of title page of of J.[osé] C.[aetano] Mazziotti Salema Garção (see Provenance below). (12 ll.), 59 pp., (3 ll.). *** FIRST EDITION. These statutes were issued again in 1845. The Irmandade dos Clerigos Pobres was founded in 1452 to succor the poor; its home base was the Hospital Real de Todos os Santos, Lisbon's most important hospital. Membership was strictly limited. The regulations set out how the priests and laymen are to be elected, the election and duties of officers, when and for whom masses are to be said, and so on. The volume begins with a prologue explaining the confusion over the Irmandade's origin and why the statutes are being changed and three pages of licenses bearing the date 1732. The revised statutes have extensive sidenotes with references to earlier versions. At the end is a letter from the Patriarch of Lisbon and an index.Provenance: D. José Maria de Mello (1756-1818), Bispo do Algarve, Inquisidor Geral, and confessor to D. Maria I. J.[osé] C.[aetano] Mazziotti Salema Garção was a noted collector from Oporto and a wolfram magnate.*** Not in Innocêncio. Not in Azevedo-Samodães, Ameal or Palha. For the bookplate, see Avelar Duarte, Ex-libris portugueses heráldicos 750. Porbase locates a single copy, at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in Copac. KVK (44 databases searched) locates only the copy cited by Porbase. Not located in NUC. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        uvres de Maître François Rabelais, publiées sous le titre de Faits et Dits du Géant Gargantua et de son fils Pantagruel, avec La Prognostication Pantagrueline, l'Epître du Limosin, la Crème Philosophale, deux Epîtres à deux Vieilles de m?urs & d'humeurs différentes, & des Remarques Historiques & Critiques, sur tout l'Ouvrage.

      1732 - Édition revue et annotée du texte de Rabelais. Bel exemplaire en maroquin rouge de l'époque provenant de la bibliothèque de Beauchamp et de l'ancienne collection Boisrouvray. S.l. [Paris, Prault], 1732.6 tomes reliés en 5 volumes in-8. Maroquin rouge, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, dos lisses ornés de roulettes formant faux-nerfs et de fleurons dorés, roulette dorée sur les coupes, roulette intérieure dorée, tranches dorées. Reliure de l'époque. 177 x 112 mm. / Annotated and revised edition of Rabelais' text. Beautiful copy preserved in a contemporary red morocco binding from the Beauchamp's collection and the former Boisrouvray's collection. N.p. [Paris, Prault], 1732.6 parts bound in 5 8vo volumes [177 x 112 mm]. Red morocco, triple gilt fillet on the covers, flat spine decorated with gilt fleurons, gilt inner border, gilt edges. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Britannia Romana: or the Roman Antiquities of Britain: In Three Books

      London : John Osborn and Thomas Longman , 1732 1st edition in contemporary full leather binding with 5 double page maps; one single page map and 99 further plates. Classed as 'poor' because the binding is in poor condition with the boards adrift from the spine and the initial and final blanks loose, browned and crumpled. A leather repair would salvage both spine and boards. Contents are complete and generally very clean and in very good condition, bar a little spotting to the top margins (probably soot). Binding with raised bands to spine, lacking title label; boards with remnants of delicate gilt border. Bookplate of Sunderland Subscription Library Society to front pastedown (the only discernable library marking) together with ink signature of H Wilkinson. Contents: 2 loose blanks; half title; title page; dedication with decorative headpiece by Vander Gucht 3pp; blank; Preface ppi-xxii; errata; 2 double page maps; book 1 pp 1-176; Book 2 pp 177-342 with majority of plates; Letter to the author p 343-355; Book 3 pp 353-520 3 double page and one single page map; Finis; Half title Chronological tables; blank; tables 8pp; half title Index 28pp; final blank - loose. This book is priced to take account of condition - please enquire if you would like to see further images

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        The Tryal of Father John-Baptist Girard, On an Accusation of Quietism, Sorcery, Incest, Abortion and Subordination, before the Great Chamber of Parliament at Aix, At the Instance of Miss Mary-Catherine Cadiere. Containing, I. Minutes of each of the Cases, as they were taken for the Use of the Judges. II. The Speech of the President at the Opening of the Proceedings. III. The Speech of M. Chaudon, Advocate for the Complainant, in Maintenance of the Charge. IV. The Examination of the several Witnesses. V. The Interrogatory of Father Girard. VI. The Harangue of his Advocate in his Defence. VII. The Confrontation of Father Girard and Miss Cadiere. VIII. The Reply of M. Chaudon to all urged in the Defence. IX. The Recapitulation of Monsieur, the

      London: Printed for J. Isted. T. Atley. E. Nutt. A. Dodd.; and J. Jolliere. 1732 - FIRST EDITION. 8vo, 198 x 120 mms., pp. vi, 7 - 48. BOUND WITH: A Defence of F. John Baptist Girard, Jesuit, and Rector of the Royal Seminary of Chaplains of the Navy in the City of Toulon; against the Accusation of Mary Catharine Cadiere. Part I. [II.] Containing his State of the Case, London: Printed for, and Sold by J. Roberts., 1732, 1731. FIRST EDITION. 2 parts. 8vo, pp. iv, 40; [ii], 82. 3 volumes in 1, bound in contemporary panelled calf, with a lozenge in the central panel, rebacked at early stage with ornately gilt spine in compartments to a floral motif, red leather labels; some wear to joints and top and base of spine, but a very good copy with a catalogue description dated January, 1918 from a Percy Dobell catalogue. Girard, Jean-Baptiste (1680-1733) was a French Jesuit priest who was accused by Marie-Catherine Cadiere (1709 - after 1731) of seduction and incitement to abortion, not to mention witchcraft. Other women supported Mme. Cadiere, claiming that they, too, had been sexually abused by the priest. He was nevertheless acquitted in 1731 but died shortly thereafter. Was her body a battleground or was she exhibiting divine ecstasy? See the fine account by Mita Choudhury. The Wanton Jesuit and the Wayward Saint: A Tale of Sex, Religion, and Politics in Eighteenth-Century France (2015). The novel Thérèse Philosophe (1748), speciously attributed to Diderot, but more cogently to Jean-Baptiste de Boyer, Marquis d'Argens, was thought to be a veiled account of their affair, and was sometimes issued with pornographic illustrations to match its salacious content. For the first item, ESTC T51987 locates copies in BL and York Minster; Cornell and Houston. The second item, first part conforms to ESTC T32226, with locations in BL, Sion, Cambridge; Cornell. Uncommon. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De Legibus Hebraeorum Ritualibus Earumque Rationibus Libri Quatuor . In Qua Liber Quartus . Aliaque Autoris Supplementa Accessere

      Tubingen: Georgius Cotta. Good. 1732. New and Complete Edition. Hard Cover. Folio. Book Endpapers, frontis portrait, title page, (xviii), 1-1232, (xxx). Vellum ink title on the spine. Copy from Corrigan Memorial Library, New York with library bookplate on pastedown endpaper and library stamps on free endpaper, title page and obverse, and last page - as well as discreetly to margin of text; several pencil and ink annotations at front. Old ink title and modern ink reference number on the base of the spine, browned endpapers, but a clean and good Latin text. This is the first edition of Spencer's masterpiece (first published in 1683-5) to include the 4th book and the revisions to the earlier ones left in readiness at his death. Spencer has been called 'one of the greatest English theologians . whose Latin work [ i.e. De Legibus] . may justly be said to have laid the foundations of the science of comparative religion. Spencer endeavoured to show that the Jewish laws and customs derived in every case from the surrounding paganism, and elaborated his thesis to present startling conclusions from this .

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        Ontwerp van een onkostbaar en zeker middel, om de Westvriesche zeedyken. te stellen buiten eenig gevaar van doorbrake.Amsterdam, heirs of Johannes Ratelband and company and Hendrik de Leth, 1733. Folio. With 2 folding engraved plates, including 1 map of North-Holland. Contemporary marbled paper wrappers, preserved in a blue cloth chemise.

      - V.d. Aa XI, pp. 40-41; STCN 184404789. First and only edition of a brief treatise by Seger Lakenman on reinforcing the dykes of West-Friesland, now the north of North-Holland, the Netherlands. The dykes were impaired because the pillars were affected by "sea worms", who couldn't be stopped from eating the wooden pillars. In 1732 the States of Holland and West-Frieslandcreated a contest for a better type of dyke. Lakenman responded with the present work, suggesting, among other things, the construction of a new inner dyke, a so-called "inlaagdijk", and also including the estimated costs. His proposal, however, was rejected by the States. On the title-page Lakenveld is mentioned as the secretary of "Drechterland", a small community in the Dutch province of North-Holland.Some marginal thumbing, a few small stains, and the plates only slightly browned, otherwise in good condition, with the edges wholly untrimmed. Edges of the marbled paper wrappers slightly frayed, but otherwise good.

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        [MARTINIQUE] Carte de l'isle de la Martinique colonie françoise de l'une des isles Antilles de l'Amérique.

      Paris, Ph. Buache, 1732-1745. 468 x 605 mm. Superbe et grande carte de la Martinique, dressée par Guillaume de l'Isle et publiée pour la première fois en 1732 par la veuve de l'auteur. Puis elle sera rééditée en 1745 par Philippe Buache, gendre de l'auteur. La carte a été dressée d'après les plans manuscrits de Vincent Hoüel, et les mémoires de Guillaume de l'Isle. Le sous-ingénieur Vincent Hoüel fut nommé en 1727 ingénieur en chef des Îles du Vent. Il fut en charge des travaux de fortification menés en Martinique, et participa en 1722 à la conception du pont de la citadelle de Fort-Royal. Il entreprit dans le même temps de dresser une carte de la Martinique qu'il acheva en 1729. La carte présente le partage physique et ethnique de l'île intervenu en 1639 entre les Français et le peuple caraïbe. Elle est extrêmement détaillée et figure les habitations (en particulier celles Monsieur de la Chapelle et de Monsieur Tartonne au Gros-Morne), les sucreries et moulins à b

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        Deutscher Manuskriptatlas.

      Ohne Orts- und Druckerangabe, ohne Jahr (Mitte 18. Jahrhundert) - Mit 86 (davon 2 gefaltete) Seekarten, Plänen und Grundrissen sowie Ansichten in meist farbiger aquarellierter Tuschfeder- und- Pinselzeichnung (unterschiedl. Bildgrößen von ca. 10:15 bis ca. 24:33 cm). Quer-Folio (25,5:39 cm). Neuerer Halblederband. Deutschsprachiger Manuskriptatlas mit sorgfältig ausgeführten oft sehr detaillierten Zeichnungen von Karten nach verschiedenen Kartographen. Nachweisbar und meist handschriftlich in den Kartuschen erwähnt sind u.a. Jacques Nicolas Bellin (wohl aus dem Atlas Maritime), John Barbot und Olfert Dappert (wohl aus Description of the Coasts of North and South Guinea) und Schmith (?). - Eventuell ein deutsches Vorlagenwerk zur Erstellung eines eigenständigen deutschsprachigen Atlanten auf Grundlage obiger Karten. Mehrheitlich mit Abschnitten und Flussläufen der afrikanischen Küsten, der Kanarischen Inseln, der arabischen Halbinsel, dem Golf von Bengalen sowie den Philippinen und Küstenabschnitten von China, Japan und Korea. Angelegt auf 3 Bände mit handschriftlicher Numerierung: Tom 1, Nom. I-XXIII - Tom 2, Nom. I-XXXIV - Tom 3, Nom. I-XXXI. - Enth. beispielsweise eine zweiblättrige Karte des Gambia (nach einer 1732 von einem Hauptmann Johann Laach gezeichneten Karte), verschiedene Küstenabschnitte Westafrikas (nach den vom Grafen de Maurepas herausgegebenen französischen Originalen von dem Abendländischem Meere), die Arabische Halbinsel, Madagaskar, Horn von Afrika, Golf von Bengalen (von dem Abendländischem Meere), den Philippinische Inseln (mit korrigierendem Text in der Kartusche: Obgleich diese Karte mit aller nur möglichen Sorgfalt gemacht ist, so hat man doch zur Vermeidung aller Verwirrung, die nahmen vieler kleinen eylanden ausgelassen, indem man hier nur die Haupsachen braucht.), eine Karte vom chinesischen Meer (mit Küstenabschnitten Chinas, Formosas, Japans und Koreas), der Küstenabschnitt Süd-Chinas mit der Insel Hainan, eine Übersichtskarte und weitere Detailkarten der Kanarischen Inseln, Madeira (nach denen Tagebüchern der See Fahrer entworfen von Bellin, 1740), der Flusslauf des Senegals und des Sanagas (zweiblättrige Flusskarte, mit weiteren Detailkarten, nach Kartenzeichnungen von 1718), eine großformatige Karte des Küstenabschnitts von Guinea (Küste von Guinea von dem Flusse Sierra Leona bis an das Vorgeburge Palma. Nach den Tagebüchern und Anmerkungen der Seen Fahrer entworfen von N. Bellin, 1746). Außerdem Ansichtszeichnungen u.a. von: Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Capo Verde, Kap der Guten Hoffnung, (u.a. mit einer frühen Ansicht des heutigen Kapstadts), verschiedene Ansichten der Kanarischen Inseln, St. Philipp del Fuego (Wiedergabe eines Vulkanausbruches), Madeira (Funchal) sowie diverse, teils großformatige Ansichten von Forts und Befestigungen (aus den Beschreibungen der Guineaküste von Olfert Dapper und John Barbot) und Ansichten der Befestigungsanlage von Fort Winneba in Gahna (entworffen von Schmith, 1727). - In den Kartuschen vom Zeichner inhaltsreich erläutert, teils auch mit ergänzenden oder berichtigenden Texten! - Auf Papier mit Wasserzeichen "J. Honig & Zoonen". - Mit vereinzelten leichteren Läsuren, davon wenige sauber mit säurefreiem Papier hinterlegt, vereinzelt leichter fingerfleckig, 1 Faltkarte etwas knitterfaltig und mit hinterlegtem Falzeinriß, teils alte Faltstellen, alle auf Fälze gesetzt. In einem unbetiteltem Halbledereinband (wohl um 1900), Vorsätze aus Pflanzenfaserpapieren. - German manuscript atlas with 86 (2 folding) watercolour sea charts, plans and views depicting the coasts of Africa, the Near East, Bay of Bengal, the Philippines, East and South China Sea (including a small map of Corea), Canary Islands, some river courses, bays, forts etc. From the Coast of Guinea (after John Barbot). Presumably drawn after maps from one of the voluminous travel accounts of the time, the cartouches mention Nikolas Bellin, Comte de Maurepas, John Barbot, Dapper etc. - A few small tears, occasional fingermarking. Some creasing to one of the folding maps and [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vollständige Teutsche Reichs-Historie. [2 Tle. in 1 Bd.] Von der Teutschen Ursprunge an, biß auf jetzige Zeiten verabfasset, Aus den bewährtesten und besten Scriptoribus zusammen getragen, und mit derer angeführten Beweißthümern jedes Orts bestärcket. Nebst beygefügten Kupffern.

      Jena : Johann Felix Bielcke, 1732 - [7] Bll., 440 (recte 544) S., 1 unpag. Titelblatt, S. [543] -1080 (recte 1084), 16 Bll. mit Register, mit 1 gest. Titelvignette , 5 gest. Textvignetten und 8 gefalt. Kupfertafeln Erste deutsche Ausgabe des bedeutenden Quellenwerkes zur deutschen Geschichte. Die Tafeln und Vignetten stammen von J. G. Krüger. Am Ende ein umfangreiches Register. Titel in rot und schwarz. - Ledereinband stärker berieben (an Ecken Leder durchgerieben) und fleckig, Rücken stark berieben u. Leder mit senkrechtem Craquelée, Vorderdeckel mit 4 kl. Einstichstellen (oder Narben, diese jedoch nicht bis zur Innenseite durchgehend), Text mit diversen Fehlpaginierungen, jedoch fortlaufendem Text, Papier gebräunt und stellenweise etwas fleckig, a. 3 S. kleine Stückverluste am Rand, Textvignette S. 545 altkoloriert, a. 8 S. alte Anstreichungen in Tinte sowie a. 4 S. u. hinterer Deckelinnens. kl. Marginalien in alter Tinte, sonst gutes, festes Ex. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 4° (27 cm), Ldr. d. Zt. mit 5 Bünden u. goldgeprägtem Rückentitel [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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