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        LA STORIA DEGLI ANNI (1730-1797). 1732-1796.

      A spese di Francesco Pitteri, Amsterdam (Venezia) - Formato dei singoli volumi cm.18x12 circa. 1732-1733 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.328); 1737 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.280); 1738 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.280); 1740 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.312); 1741 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.344); 1742 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.400); 1744 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.392); 1745 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.400); 1746 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.392); 1747 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.368); 1748 (un volume cartonato di quattro libri, pg.408); 1749 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.352); 1750 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.360); 1751 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.344); 1753 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.336); 1754 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.388); 1756 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.368); 1758 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.352); 1760 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.336); 1761 (un volume di quattro libri in pergamena, pg.288); 1762 (un volume cartonato di quattro libri, pg.320); 1765 (un volume cartonato di quattro libri, pg.320); 1766 (un volume cartonato di quattro libri, pg.320); 1768 (un volume cartonato di quattro libri, pg.320); 1769 (un volume cartonato di sei libri, pg.276); 1770 (un volume di sei libri in pergamena, pg.280); 1788 (un volume cartonato di quattro libri, pg.8,296); 1796 (due volumi cartonati di otto libri, pg.368;16,272. Primo e secondo volume mancanti. Il terzo volume reca al frontespizio la dicitura "Anno primo della Libertà Italiana. Venezia 17. Mietitore (5 luglio S.V.) a spese del cittadino Giuseppe Rossi Q.Bortolo. Registrato al Comitato di Pubblica Istruzione a sola salvezza della Proprietà". I volumi legati in pergamena coeva constano di tagli spruzzati e tasselli con titoli in oro ai dorsi. I volumi cartonati sono in barbe, ad ampi margini. Alcuni cartigli e capilettera incisi. L'Opera inizia la pubblicazione nel 1736. I volumi riferentisi al periodo 1730-1735 vengono pubblicati tra il 1737 e il 1742. L'annata 1772 è pubblicata da Antonio Zatta, mentre dal 1790 l'edizione è a cura di Giuseppe Rossi, sempre in Venezia. La stampa cesserà nel 1810. I vari volumi, divisi in libri, trattano di storia italiana ed europea, con specifiche per i singoli paesi ed interessantissime notizie, spesso di prima mano, su eventi bellici, politici e diplomatici. Si tratta di una sorta di sintesi annuale del materiale informativo fornito dalle gazzette, via di mezzo tra la rivista e il primo abbozzo di una storia contemporanea. Di notevole rarità la raccolta quasi completa per quanto concerne il XVIII secolo. 15200 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Storia di Lugo ed annessi libri tre

      Stampa dell' Archi 1732 (LUGO). F. Girolamo Bonoli - In Faenza, Stampa dell' Archi, 1732. In - 4°, pergamena coeva. xxiv, 631, (1) pp. Bell' esemplare. Luzzi, 2417. Bibl. Platneriana, p. 186. Uff. Mob. 2

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        Kabinet van Nederlandsche en Kleefsche outheden (....) beschreven door Isaac le Long en in 300 verscheide printtafereelen vertoont door Abr. Rademaker, deel III, Amsterdam, Schoonenberg 1732. 4o, 328 pag., gebonden in geheel perkamenten band uit de tijd, geïll. Goed exemplaar.

      Dit deel bevat 50 prenten van Leiden, Zuidwijk, Katwijk, Valkenburg, Leidsendam, Rijswijk, Scheveningen, Eikenduinen, Delft, Voorschoten, Abdij Koningsvelt, Konings Uithof, Carthuiser klooster Delft, Overschie, Spangen, Delfshaven Rotterdam en Honingen, genummerd 101 t/m 150. De prenten hebben onderschriften in drie talen en blanco achterzijden. Mooie drukken.

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        Noordhollandsche Arkadia... Amsterdam: E. Visscher, 1732.

      Geb. in perkament, (18)+502+(8) p., ill. Iets los in band, mist 2 platen.Mist de platen met de gezichten op: Oosthuizen, Beets, Avenhorn en Hensbroek. R0188

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        Teutonico Tabula ex Chartis atque Diplomatibus Medij Aevj ad Palatiorum sive Villarum Regalium in Regno Franciae Orientalis

      - Kupferstich aus Chronicon Gotvicense, 1732, 40x50 cm *Karte des Gebietes zwischen den Niederlanden, der Elbmündung, der Odermündung, der Drau und dem Aargau. Im Zentrum der Karte liegt Nürnberg.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Homann Erben, "Insula Corsicae olim Cyrnvs .".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, dat. 1732, 51 x 40,3 (H) Cervoni, Image de la Corse, Nr. 56.2 - Links oben große fig. Kartusche, rechts oben Stadtplan v. Bastia, im Kartenbild zahlr. Schiffe. - Sehr schöne Karte.

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        Vitrea Fracta, oder des Ritters Robert Clifton Schreiben an einen gelehrten Samojeden, betreffend die seltsamen und nachdenklikchen Figuren, welche derselbe den 13. Jan. 1732 auf einer gefrornen Fenster-Scheibe wahrgenommen, Aus dem Englischen

      Frankfurt und Leipzig, 1732.. Mit gest. Frontispiz. 46 S. Späterer Pappband. Price/Price 189; Kaldewey Hehres & Triviales III, 45. - Satirische Schrift auf den Lübecker H. J. Sievers gemünzt "der auch Naturforscher sein wollte, am Ufer der Ostsee nach seltenen Steinen gesucht und einen `musikalischen Stein`, auf dem er Noten erblickte , beschrieben hatte " (Klenz in ZFB. NF 13, 47), und dadurch in die preußische Akademie aufgenommen wurde.

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        4 Teile in einem Band. 1.) Supplementum. Corporis Constitutionem Oldenburgicarum selectarum, oder: Verordnungen in denen beyden Grafschaften Oldenburg und Delmenhorst wie auch denenselben incorporirten Stadt- und Butjadinger- Würder- und Stedinger Landen, ( ) sieder Johannis 1722 bis Ausgang Monats Januar 1732 publiciret (.). 2.) II. Supplementum. (.) sieder 1sten Februarii 1732 bis Ausgang des 1747sten Jahrs (.). 3.) III. Supplementum (.) oder dritte Fortsetzung der Verordnungen (.) welche seit Anfang 1748 bis Ende Augusts 1775 ergangen (.). 4.) Vollständiges Register über das Corpus Constitutionum Oldenburgicarum und dessen drey Supplemente

      Oldenburg Schröder Brunß 1748 und Thiele 1775 1732 - 1. Supplement mit 6 Teilen, 1 beiliegender gestoch. Frontispiz (Porträt Christian VI) und jeweils einem Kopfstück. 2. Supplement mit 6 Teilen, 1 beiliegender gestoch. Frontispiz (Porträt Friedrich V.) und jeweils einem Kopfstück. 3. Supplement mit 6 Teilen, jeweils einem Kopfstück und einigen Schlussstücken. Register mit 162 S. OLdr. m. kl. geprägt. Vignetten zwischen den Bünden. Einband leicht bestoßen und berieben. Einige wenige Anmerkungen und An- und Unterstreichungen und Besitzerverm. Im vorderen Einband ein kleiner Katalogausschnitt bezügl. d. Titels montiert. Insgesamt guter bis sehr guter Zustand

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        Vitrea Fracta, oder des Ritters Robert Clifton Schreiben an einen gelehrten Samojeden, betreffend die seltsamen und nachdenklikchen Figuren, welche derselbe den 13. Jan. 1732 auf einer gefrornen Fenster-Scheibe wahrgenommen, Aus dem Englischen.

      Frankfurt und Leipzig, 1732.. Mit gest. Frontispiz. 46 S. Späterer Pappband.. Price/Price 189; Kaldewey Hehres & Triviales III, 45. - Satirische Schrift auf den Lübecker H. J. Sievers gemünzt "der auch Naturforscher sein wollte, am Ufer der Ostsee nach seltenen Steinen gesucht und einen 'musikalischen Stein', auf dem er Noten erblickte , beschrieben hatte " (Klenz in ZFB. NF 13, 47), und dadurch in die preußische Akademie aufgenommen wurde.

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        Lexicon hebraicum EDITION ORIGINALE

      Patavii (Padoue): typis seminari, Apud Joannem Manfrè, 1732. Fine. typis seminari, Apud Joannem Manfrè, Patavii (Padoue) 1732, in 4 (24x18cm), (12) 652pp., relié. - 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! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque. Dos à nerfs. Titre hébraïque à la plume. 2 trous de vers en queue. 2 accrocs avec manque au nerf du troisième caisson et au mors supérieur du quatrième caisson. Dictionnaire hébreux latin composé par Zanolini, professeur de langues orientales au séminaire de Padoue. Un index très conséquent. Antonio Zanolini (1693-1762) fut un des plus éminents orientalistes italiens du XVIIIe siècle.

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        Sacra Biblia, Das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrift Alten und Neuen Testaments: Nach der letzten römischen EDITION, Mit Fleiß übersetzt Durch Den Ehrwürdigen und Hochgelehrten Herrn Casparum Ulenbergium, Lippiensem, Der heiligen Schrift Licentiaten / Pastoren zu St. Columben in Cölln. In diesem vierten Druck aufs Neue mit großem Fleiß übersehen / und von denen vorhero eingeschlichenen Druck-Fehlern gereinigt . .

      Gerorg Lehmann 1732 - 34,, Wien - Prgt. d. Zeit auf Holz, (52), 642, 289, 244 Seiten, 36,5 x 25 cm, Schließen fehlen, Einband berieben, Kanten bestoßen, Abb. auf 25 Tafeln, Seite 305 - 308 aus Buchblock gelöst, Ecken der Seiten zum Teil mit Knicken, einige Seiten mit kleineren randlichen Fehlstellen, Seiten etwas stockfleckig,

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        The Merry-Thought: or, the Glass-Window and Bog-House Miscellany

      J. Roberts, London 1732 - 8vo, Parts 1 - 3 only (of 4), parts I & II second edition, part III first edition , part I only with engraved frontispiece, part II lacking last leaf, 2 leaves loose, leaf repaired. First title dust-soiled, light stain to inside margin of frontispiece, bound in later plain wrappers with manuscript . title in upper cover. Scarce collection of "toilet graffiti" sometimes attributed to Samuel Johnson as he was the author of the play Hurlothrumbo: or, the super-natural [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Ausführliche Historie Derer Emigranten, Oder Vertriebenen Lutheraner Aus dem Ertz-Bißthum Saltzburg

      Teubner 1732 Leipzig. . Ausführliche Historie Derer Emigranten Oder Vertriebenen Lutheraner Aus dem Ertz-Bißthum Saltzburg, Worinnen man findet I. Eine Geographische Beschreibung, nebst einer accuraten Land-Charte dieses Ertz-Bißthums. II. Eine Historische Erzehlung von dessen Ursprunge, und denen remarquablesten Ertz-Bischöffen. III. Eine gründliche Ausführung derer dortigen Religions-Händel ... IV. Was sich vor, bey und nach der jetzigen grossen Vertreibung daselbst zugetragen ; Alles aus glaubwürdigen Historien-Schreibern, und denen zu Regensburg gedruckten Acten heraus gezogen, Auch aus denen Friedens-Schlüssen mit Fleiß erläutert. - Leipzig : Teubner, 1732-34. - 6 Bl., 136, 16 S., 14 Bl., 220 S., 7 Bl., 253 S., 2 Bl., 1 gef. Bl., 7 Bl., 250 S., 19 Bl., 40, 60 S., 2 Bl., 108 S. 22 x 19 cm. Halbpergamentband d. Zt. mit hs. RTitel und Buntpapierbezug. - Teil 1 und 2 mit gest. Frontispizen mit Ansichten von Salzburg, Leipzig und Königsberg, hinter dem 3. Teil 2 gest. Taf. - Beigebunden sind 4 weitere Kleinschriften: Umständliche und wahrhafftige Nachrichten von den Saltzburgischen Emigranten, ... ; Reise-Beschreibung der Saltzburg-Dürnberger Emigranten, ... ; ... unmaßgebliche Gedancken über da Emigrations-Recht wegen der Religion, ... ; ... Religionis Evangelicae In Provincia Salisburgensi ... /Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren/

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        Jornada, que Antonio de Albuquerque Coelho, governador, e capitaõ general da cidade do Nome de Deos de Macao na China, fez de Goa atè chegar á dita cidade no anno de 1718. Dividida em duas partes.

      Lisbon, Officina da Musica (Jayme de la Te y Sagau), 1732. - 8vo. (16), 427, (1) pp. With each page in a frame of thick-thin rules, mitred at the corners, 4 woodcut headpieces (plus 1 repeat) including 1 with the Portuguese coat of arms, 1 woodcut tailpiece, woodcut decorated initials. Contemp. tanned sheepskin, gold-tooled spine with red morocco label, rebacked. Second edition (after the 1718 Macao edition printed entirely from woodblocks) of a journal of the voyage of António de Albuquerque Coelho (ca. 1682-1745) from Goa in India to Macao on the coast of southern China. The journal was written by João Tavares de Velez Guerreiro, a captain in the Portuguese navy serving in India, who accompanied the governor on the voyage as his chief of staff. Coelho had been appointed governor of the city of Macao in 1717, and they arrived there in May 1718. They travelled via Madras, through the Malay peninsula and along the coasts of Indochina and China. Part 1 gives an account of the voyage itself and part 2 an account of their stay in Johor at the southern tip of the Malay peninsula, where they played a role in a Sumatran adventurer's coup d'état. The two parts of the text are not bibliographically separate, part 2 beginning on p. 187, halfway through quire M. The publisher Jaime (or Jayme) de la Te y Sagau, better known for his musical publications and his own musical compositions, dedicated the book to the Duke of Cadaval, ending the dedication with a sonnet. It mentions the first Duke, Nuno Álvares Pereira de Melo, but he appears to have died in 1725 or 1727, so it may be directed to the third Duke Jaime (1684-1749). - Printed on thick paper. With a 1732 inscription on the title-page. The first few leaves are slightly tattered at the fore-edge, not approaching the text, and have been professionally restored, and there are some stains on the fore-edge. Boards show a few minor cuts and scrapes, but binding remains in good condition. A valuable eye-witness account of India, Southeast Asia and China in 1718. Howgego A47. Cordier, Sinica 3219. Löwendahl 377. PorBase (4 copies). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Shepherd's Calendar, Containing Twelve Aeglogues, Proportionable to the Twelve Months

      , London: Published by John Ball, , 1732 , xiv, [4], 254 pages, with portair frontispieces plus 12 plates, text in English and Latin

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        Chronicon Gotwicense, seu annales liberi et exempti monasterii Gotwicensis, Ordinis S. Benedicti Inferioris Austriae. Tomus I (alles Erschienene) in 2 Bänden.

      Tegernsee Klosterdruckerei 1732 - Folio. 9 Bl., XXXVI 440 S.; 1 Bl., S. 441-890, 23 Bl. Index: Titelkupfer, gest. Titelvignette, gestochenes Widmungsblatt mit 2 Kupfern, 3 gefaltete Kupferkarten, 38 Kupfertafeln, 23 Kopf- u. Schlußvignetten, mehrere figürlich gestochene Initialen. Pergamentbände d. Zt. mit goldgeprägten Rückenschildern, Kanten teils etwas beschabt. Einzige Ausgabe des bedeutenden, unvollendet gebliebenen Werkes. - "Eine der frühesten u. wertvollsten Abhandlungen über Paläographie, Diplomatik, dt. histor. Topographie etc." (MNE), "die Grundlage der deutschen Diplomatik" (NDB). - Die eigentliche Chronik ist nie erschienen. - Schön gedrucktes Werk, von den Augsburger Buchkünstlern Schmuzer u. Pintz prächtig illustriert. - Das Titelkupfer u. die Titelvignette mit einer kleinen Ansicht des Klosters im Hintergrund, die Kupfertafeln mit Handschriften u. Urkunden, die oft fehlenden Karten zeigen Deutschland u. Franken. - 4 Anfangsblatt mit sauber hinterklebten kl. Einrissen, nur Bd. 1 anfangs gering fleckig, sonst nahezu fleckenlos. Sehr schönes Exemplar. - MNE I 69; NDB II 180; Graesse I 353.

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        Traité des Jardins.

      Simart,, Paris, 1732 - [2.] éd. rev., corr. et aug. Paris, Simart, 1732. 17 cm. Titelbl., 3 Bll., 262 S., 8 Bll. Neuer Pappband (Hardcover) im Stil der Zeit m. ggpr. RS. Marmorierter Schnitt. Guter restaurierter Zustand. Titelblatt m. kl Einrissen und Fehlstellen am Gelenk und an der obere Ecke, auf Japanpapier stabilisiert. Erste Seiten an der oberen rechten Ecke m. kl. Fehlteil. Einzelne Seiten m. kl. Einrissen. Sonst sauber. Premiere Partie: Des Jardins potagers et fruitiers. Seconde Partie: Des Orangeries, des Parterres et des Parcs. Über den Autor, dessen Vorname unbekannt ist, weiß man wenig mehr, als dass er Gärtner der Prinzessin Condé in Schloss Anet war. Dass er sein Fach verstanden hat, ist aus den sehr kenntnisreichen praktischen Texten erkennbar. Das Buch ist eingeteilt in die zwei Teile. Der erste behandelt Obst- und Gemüsegärten (Des Jardins Potagers & Fruitiers) in LVII Kapiteln, der zweite Lustgärten (Des Orangeries, des Parterres et des Parcqs) in XXIII Kapiteln. Eine Teilübersetzung ins Deutsche sowie eine Würdigung der Bedeutung dieses sehr seltenen Werkes für die Gartendenkmalpflege Bbarocker Anlagen siehe ZANDERA 20/2005. Die Abhandlung liegt dem Band in Kopie bei. Haller II,182. Sprache: fra Guter restaurierter Zustand. Titelblatt m. kl Einrissen und Fehlstellen am Gelenk und an der obere Ecke, auf Japanpapier stabilisiert. Erste Seiten an der oberen rechten Ecke m. kl. Fehlteil. Einzelne Seiten m. kl. Einrissen. Sonst sauber. Neuer Pappband (Hardcover) im Stil der Zeit m. ggpr. RS. Marmorierter Schnitt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Elementa chemiae, quae anniversario labore docuit in publicis, privatisque, scholis ...

      Leiden, Johann Rudolf Imhof, 1732.. 2 in einem Band. 8°. (6) Bl., 895 (recte 893) S., (26), (17) Bl.; (4) Bl., 538 S., (23) Bl. Mit 17 gef. Kupfertafeln (davon 13 gef.). Halblederband der Zeit mit handschr. Papierrückenschild.. Blake 53. - Garrison & Morton 666.1 - Erste Ausgabe. Hermann Boerhaave (1668-1738) studierte vor seinem Medizinstudium Theologie, Philosophie und Mathematik. Er war ab 1714 Professor für praktische Medizin in Leiden. Vorliegendes Lehrbuch der Chemie erschien in zahlreichen Ausgaben und Übersetzungen. "Boerhaave was the first to separate out urea from urine, and to do so without adding chemical substances such as alcohol or nitric acid. He first published his method for isolating it in the above work" (G & M). - Die Seiten 423 und 424 in der Pagination des ersten Bandes übersprungen. (Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin)

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        LETTERS FROM THE ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSICK AT LONDON, TO SIG. ANTONIO LOTTI OF VENICE WITH ANSWERS AND TESTIMONIES

      London, Printed by Geo. James, MDCCXXXII (1732).. Pamphlet 1732. Text in Latin, Italian and French, translated into English on the facing page. 8vo, approxmately 200 x 120 mm, 7¾ x 4¾ inches, pages: title page, [1], 2 -41, [1] last page blank, marbled wrappers, not as issued. Small pale stains to top of title page pale age-browning mostly to margins, last blank dusty, otherwise a very good copy. "Lotti wrote in a variety of forms, producing masses, cantatas, madrigals, around thirty operas, and instrumental music. His sacred choral works are often unaccompanied (a cappella). His work is considered a bridge between the established Baroque and emerging Classical styles. Lotti is thought to have influenced Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, and Johann Dismas Zelenka, all of whom had copies of Lotti's mass, the Missa Sapientiae". (Wikipedia). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Histoire des révolutions arrivées dans le gouvernement de la République rom

      Paris: Nyon|& Didot|& Quillau, 1732. Fine. 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 tomes en 3 volumes reliés. - Fourth Edition. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Quatrième édition.  Reliures d'époque en plein maroquin noir. Dos à cinq nerfs. Filet à froid en encadrement des plats. Filet doré sur les coupes et coiffes. Dentelle à motifs floraux en encadrement des contreplats. Toutes tranches dorées.  Dos légèrement insolés. Au premier tome, page 329 mal chiffrée 932. Bel exemplaire, rare en cette condition. Après le grand succès de ses premiers livres, L'histoire des révolutions du Portugal, de Suède ; on assurait qu'il n'y avait pas de plus belle plume dans le royaume pour écrire l'histoire, de l'avis non seulement d'autres historiens, comme Bouhours, mais même de madame de Sévigné ; Vertot se lança dans son oeuvre favorite : l'Histoire des révolutions romaines. Vertot n'ajouta rien à ce qui avait écrit, ne fit pas de recherches particulières si ce n'est de compilation, et il conçut l'histoire romaine comme une grande tragédie, telle finalement qu'on la voyait à cette époque, et on saisit plus aiément dans cette oeuvre que Vertot aimait essentiellement à peindre et raconter. Ex-libris Jacques Vieillard.   

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        La via della Croce. Rime sacre di Girolamo Baruffaldi arciprete di Cento con le considerazioni di Giovannandrea Barotti ferrarese. Al reverendissimo padre F. Bonaventura Barberino da Ferrara Cappuccino. dedicate

      Lelio dalla Volpe, Bologna 1732 - In 4, pp. (2b) + (18) + 81 + (1) di errata con 15 bellissime xilografie a piena pagina n.t. ciascuna raff. una stazione della via crucis + una all'antip. con l'intero prospetto del percorso. Annotazioni manoscritte coeve alla prima carta bianca. Esemplare molto fresco e bello legato in mezza pelle moderna con angoli. Edizione originale (sec. edizione, Cagliari, 1780) di questa raccolta di sonetti ispirati alla via Crucis. Baruffaldi (1675-1755), dopo aver abbracciato la vita consacrata, coltivo' gli studi di archeologia e di storia dedicandosi prevalentemente alla poesia. Conobbe Muratori durante una disputa tra lo stato della Chiesa e il duca di Modena sui diritti per Comacchio. Fra le sue opere 'Il canapajo', tragedie in versi e poesie. ITA

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        Then swänska Argus. [I]-II.

      1732 - Stockholm, B. G. Schneider, 1732-34. 4:o. (419) + (420) pp. With woodcut vignette in volume I.Contemporary calf, worn, with raised bands, richly gilt but oxdized spine and brown label. Sprinkled edges. Endpapers lacking. Foxing and minor spotting throughout, minor tears to margins. Upper corners torn off in no. XI, volume I. No. XXXVI in volume l I heavily soiled in upper corner. Minor loss of letters due to paper thinning on the fourth leaf in no. 24 in volume II. Signature on title and initials "H. C. M." stamped on front cover. Lundstedt Sveriges periodiska litteratur 28. Complete with indexes in both volumes. "Then swänska Argus" was published with C. Carleson as a middleman and some of the material may also be written by him. The censor Johan Rosenadler is said to have been responsible for the content in no. 33 in the first volume. The journal has a confusing history of publication; Lundstedt has found up to six different editions of some issues. "Then swänska Argus" was modelled on English publications such as Tatler och Spectator and a large part of the content consisted of translations from these journals, but also from Le Misanthrope, an imitation published in Holland. However, the gifted writer Olof von Dalin (1708-83) soon put his mark on the translated texts and "Then swänska Argus" became a vehicle to modernize the heavy-handed written language which was customary in 18th century Sweden and make it more similar to the cultivated spoken Swedish which could be heard among the upper classes in Stockholm at the time. In the history of Swedish literature Dalin therefore stands out as one of the great linguistic renewers. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ORAN CONQUISTADO, OU RELAÇAM HISTORICA,

      - Em que se dà noticia desta Praça, da sua conquista, e da sua perda, e restauração, colhida de vários avizos, E DEDICADA AO EXCELLENTISSIMO SENHOR D. DOMINGOS CAPECELATRO, Marquez de Capecelatro, filho dos Excellentissimos Duques de Siano, do Conselho de Sua Magestade Catholica na Sua Camara de Indias, e seu Embayxador na Corte de Portugal. Por J. F. M. M. LISSBOA OCCIDENTAL, Na Officina de Pedro Ferreira, Impressor da Serenissima Rainha N. Anno de 1732. In 8º (de 20x15 cm) com 20, [iii] pags. Encadernação do séc. xx com lombada em percalina. Ilustrado nas últimas iii páginas com a ordem de batalha do exército espanhol nesta expedição de Oran, e a planta da praça. Obra sobre a conquista pelo exército espanhol da praça de Oran, situada no Norte de Africa. Exemplar com restauros marginais e leves falhas de papel, sem afectar a mancha gráfica. Inocêncio XII, 337: ?Oran conquistado, ou Relaçam Historica, em que se dá noticia d'esta Praça, da sua conquista, e da sua perda, e restauração, colhida de varios avisos, e dedicada ao ex.mo sr. D. Domingos Capecelatro, Marquez de Capecelatro, etc., por J. F. M. M. Lisboa occidental, na offic. de Pedro Ferreira, etc. 1732, 4.º de 20 pag. numeradas e mais 3 sem numeração com a planta da batalha do exercito da expedição de Oran, a estampa d'esta praça (gravura em madeira), e a explicação das suas figuras. - D'este o sr. conselheiro Figanière tambem possue um exemplar. Parece que Monterroyo fez duas edições differentes no mesmo anno. Ambas são muito pouco vulgares, como em geral os papeis de Monterroyo. Inocêncio IV, 348: ?Oran conquistado e defendido. Relação historica em que se referem os successos que tem havido depois da conquista d?esta praça no seu territorio etc. Por J. F. M. M. Parte 1.ª Ibi, pelo mesmo 1732. 4.º de 23 pag. Parte 2.ª Ibi, 1733. 4.º de 16 pag. Work on the Spanish military expedition to Oran, in North Africa, describing the army and the city under siege. Location/localizacao: Raros

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        The History f the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Begun in the Year 1641. With the precedent Passages, and Actions, that contributed thereunto, and the Happy End, and Conclusion thereof by the King's blessed Restoration. ( Complete 6 Volumes )

      Oxford Printed at the Theater, Oxford 1732 - Complete three volumes, bound in six. Books measure 9 1/2 x 6 inches. Collation, [4],288, continuation to 720,[10],466, continuation to 753,[16],364, continuation to 773, pages, plus [56[pp, index, each volume has an engraved frontis, 74 engraved plates, mainly portrait's, 4 folding plates, 3 folding maps. Bound in modern half calf, calf corners, marble boards, raised bands, leather title labels. All bindings in very good clean firm condition. Internally, pages and engraved plates in good clean condition throughout. A very nice well bound set. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A General Abridgment of Cases in Equity, Argued and Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery etc, with Several cases never before published, Alphabetically digested under proper Titles: with Notes and References to the Whole. And Three Tables etc.

      In the Savoy: Printed by E and R Nutt and R Gosling (Assigns of E Sayer Esq) for N Lintot, at the Cross-Keys against Saint Dunstan's Church in Fleet-Street, 1732, Hardcover, Book Condition: Very Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, 1st Edition. Full Title: A General Abridgement of Cases in Equity, Argued and Adjudged in the High Court of Chancery etc, with Several cases never before published, Alphabetically digested under proper Titles: with Notes and References to the Whole. And Three Tables, the First of the Names of the Cases, the Second of the several Titles, with their Divisions and Subdivisions; and the Third of the Matter Under General Heads Contemporary full leather, covers are lightly marked and rubbed with worn bumped corners, worn spine ends, leather on external hinges is cracked but covers are held firmly, binding is sound, end-papers are darkened, clean pages, some gilt decoration to edge faces of covers. Chapter Headings are: Abatement and Revivor; Account; Affadavits; Agreements, Articles and Covenants; Amendment; Annuity and Rent-Charges; Answers, Pleas and Demurrers; Assignment and Privity; Award and Arbitrament; Bankfupt; Baron and Feme; Bill; Bonds and Obligations; Charity; Commissions for Examing of Witnesses; Common; Conditions and Limitations; Contribution and Average; Copyhold; Costs; Courts and their Jurisdiction; Creditor and Debtor; Customs of London and York; Decree; Deeds and other Writings; Devises; Dower and Jointure; Evidence, Witnesses and Proof; Executors and Administrators; Fines and Recoveries; Guardian; Heir and Ancestor; Ideots and Lunaticks; Infant; Injunction; Interest Money; Jointenants and Tennants in Common; Legacies; Limitations of Suits and Demands; Master and Servants; Mortgages; Notice; Portions; Power; Privilege; Process; Purchase and Purchaser; Remainder; Rent; Tithes; Trade and Merchandize; Trial; Trust and Trustees; Waste; Writs. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kg. Inventory No: 12115050049.

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        Institutiones Chirurgica: or Principles of Surgery, Comprehending and Explaining the General Intentions of all the Principal Branches of that Science

      London: Henry Lintot, 1732. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Contemporary paneled calf, spine a bit rubbed and dry, corners worn, notes, wear and browning to endpapers, old ownership marks, crossed out, to title. Scattered foxing but generally clean internally. xvi, 396, (4)pp. Smith was a surgeon and apothecary. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Medicine & Health; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044293.

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        Carte de l'Isle de la Martinique Colonie Françoise de l'une des Isles Antilles de l'Amerique. Dressée sur des Plans manuscrits entr'autres sur celui de Mr. Houel et conciliés avec des memoires particuliers de feu Mr. Guill. Delisle

      - Paris, Vve. du Sr. Delisle, 1732, mapa de 48,5 x 62,5 cm., con los contornos suavemente coloreados de época.

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        A Survey of Dorsetshire Containing the Antiquities and Natural History of that County With a Particular Description of all the Places of Note, and Antient Seats, which give Light to many Curious Parts of English History, extracted from the Doomsday Book, and other valuable Records And A Copious Genealogical Account of Three Hundred of the Principal Families

      LONDON: J Wilcox , 1732 First edition of Coker's Survey of Dorsetshire - with the original county map and 6 copper plates of Arms as called for. Stated to have been written originally by Thomas Gerrard in the 1620's and then first published by Coker in 1732. In contemporary full leather binding with newer spine with gilt titles. With title page; dedication 1p; folding map of Dorsetshire; text with decorative head and tailpieces and initial capitals 128pp; Names of Persons/plate listing 4pp; 6 plates of Arms; Index 16pp; blank. The original leather boards have wear to corners and the newer spine (which is of poorer quality leather) has fraying at the top and bottom and some wear along the spine joints - particularly the front joint. The contents are very clean and in good order with just the occasional mark. The map has a crease from poor folding but is complete and clean. The endpapers have some marking and the front endpaper has not been repaired along the joint when the new spine was added.

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        Essais sur la noblesse de France contenans une dissertation sur son origin EDITION ORIGINALE

      à Amsterdam: S.n., 1732. Fine. S.n., à Amsterdam 1732, Pet. in-8 (10,5x16,5cm), (2) XVI (8) 340 (4) 120 (2)p., relié. - 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. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Reliure en plein veau blond glacé d'époque. Dos lisse orné de feuillages, fers et roulettes. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Chiffre B.P. en queue. Un petit manque en tête. Mors fendus en queue sur 1cm. Coins frottés. Feuillet 53 répété, idem pour le feuillet 73. Bel exemplaire. Intéressante réflexion sur le déclin de la noblesse que Boulainvillier attribue à la centralisation du pouvoir et à l'animosité de nombreux rois contre les pouvoirs de la noblesse. Bien que favorable au commerce et à la libre circulation des biens, l'auteur s'affiche en défenseur du régime féodal. L'ouvrage débute par une présentation historique de la noblesse chez les Romains et les Grecs, puis les Gaulois, les Francs... Les thèses de Boulainvilliers seront reproduites dans la dernière partie de L'esprit des lois de Montesquieu ; en outre Voltaire puisa également dans les réflexions de l'auteur qu'il avait rencontré, dans sa lutte contre le pouvoir centralisé. Un dictionnaire in fine des termes important de l'ouvrage.

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        Laws of Maryland, enacted at a session of Assembly, begun and held at the City of Annapolis, on Tuesday, the Eleventh Day of July, in the Eighteenth Year of the Dominion of the Right Honourable Charles, Lord Baron of Baltemore [sic]

      Printed and Sold by William Parks, and Edmund Hall, Annapolis 1732 - (11 1/2 x 7 inches). [2], 43pp [i.e. 45] pp. Title with woodcut arms of the colony of Maryland. Interleaved with blanks at a period date. Period manuscript inscription dated 1732 signed by Samuel Ogle. Contemporary sheep, bordered in blind, bound by William Parks. Housed in a black morocco box. Provenance: Sheriff of Somersett County, Maryland (presentation inscription by Ogle dated 1732); Thomas Hayward (d. 1751, period inscriptions and signatures); Capt. Levin Adams (early signature); William Davis Allen (signature dated 1790) A highly important early Maryland imprint, printed and bound by famed colonial printer William Parks, notable for both the printing and binding. William Parks arrived in Maryland in 1725, after an early printing career in Ludlow, Shropshire. He became the fourth printer to work in the colony, although only fifteen imprints from his predecessors actually survive, generally in unique copies. Parks was a well-schooled printer, according to Wroth, who stated "the office of public printer of Maryland assumed a dignity which formerly it had not possessed". Parks quickly developed a newspaper and became official printer of the colony in 1726. As this imprint demonstrates, he also had a bindery. The present work encompasses the laws of the provincial Assembly passed during the session beginning 11 July 1732, comprising thirty acts on subjects ranging from the establishment of towns, duties and regulation on tobacco, rules governing courts, the encouragement of iron works, the prohibition of raising swine and cattle in certain areas, and other local matters. Among the more interesting Acts is one "to prevent cutting up Tobacco Plants destroying of Tobacco and Tobacco Houses," the text of which begins: "Whereas several evil-minded Persons, have of late gone about, in many Places, in great Numbers, and violently cut up the Tobacco plants growing on several Plantations." The crime of willfully burning tobacco was hereby proclaimed to be punishable by death. The binding on the present example is a rare example of a Maryland binding from this very early period and is attributed to Parks, who advertised himself in a 1729 issue of the Maryland Gazette as one "Who binds old Books very well and cheap." This copy inscribed and signed by Samuel Ogle, the Governor of Maryland, sending the laws to the Sheriff of Somerset County and with provenance to the clerk of Somerset County, Thomas Hayward (d. 1751). Wroth records five extant examples (British Library, British Museum, Maryland Historical Society, Maryland State Library and Library of Congress); ESTC adds a copy at the Huntington Library. Bristol B877; Shipton & Mooney 39997; Wroth, Printing in Maryland 78; A. Franklin Parks, William Parks: The Colonial Printer in the Transatlantic World of the Eighteenth Century (University Park, 2012). [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Compendio de los cinco tomos de los Annales de Navarra

      Pamplona, Pedro Jph. Ezquerro, 1732 - Folio, [16]+664+[99] p, pasta española rozada, tejuelo, lomo cuajado; encuadernación algo suelta. Papel tostado, puntos de óxido, falta en margen derecho de p. 9, afectando únicamente a apostilla marginal, firma en verso de portada. Frontis calcográfico antes de portada con gran escudo de Navarra, portada orlada. Pérez Goyena 1515

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        LETTERS FROM THE ACADEMY OF ANCIENT MUSICK AT LONDON, TO SIG. ANTONIO LOTTI OF VENICE WITH ANSWERS AND TESTIMONIES.

      London, Printed by Geo. James, MDCCXXXII (1732).Pamphlet 1732. Text in Latin, Italian and French, translated into English on the facing page. 8vo, approxmately 200 x 120 mm, 7¾ x 4¾ inches, pages: title page, [1], 2 - 41, [1] last page blank, marbled wrappers, not as issued. Small pale stains to top of title page pale age - browning mostly to margins, last blank dusty, otherwise a very good copy. "Lotti wrote in a variety of forms, producing masses, cantatas, madrigals, around thirty operas, and instrumental music. His sacred choral works are often unaccompanied (a cappella). His work is considered a bridge between the established Baroque and emerging Classical styles. Lotti is thought to have influenced Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, and Johann Dismas Zelenka, all of whom had copies of Lotti's mass, the Missa Sapientiae". (Wikipedia). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        La via della Croce. Rime sacre di Girolamo Baruffaldi arciprete di Cento con le considerazioni di Giovannandrea Barotti ferrarese. Al reverendissimo padre F. Bonaventura Barberino da Ferrara Cappuccino... dedicate

      Lelio dalla Volpe 1732 In 4, pp. (2b) + (18) + 81 + (1) di errata con 15 bellissime xilografie a piena pagina n.t. ciascuna raff. una stazione della via crucis + una all'antip. con l'intero prospetto del percorso. Annotazioni manoscritte coeve alla prima carta bianca. Esemplare molto fresco e bello legato in mezza pelle moderna con angoli. Edizione originale (sec. edizione, Cagliari, 1780) di questa raccolta di sonetti ispirati alla via Crucis. Baruffaldi (1675 - 1755), dopo aver abbracciato la vita consacrata, coltiv? gli studi di archeologia e di storia dedicandosi prevalentemente alla poesia. Conobbe Muratori durante una disputa tra lo stato della Chiesa e il duca di Modena sui diritti per Comacchio. Fra le sue opere 'Il canapajo', tragedie in versi e poesie. ITA

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        Oeuvres...(1732, 6 volumes) Publiees sous le titre de Faits et Dits du Geant Gargantua et de son fils Pantagruel... avec...des Remarques Historiques & Critiques de Monsieur Duchat and Bernard de La Monnoye... Nouvelle edition... Augmentee de quelques Remarques nouvelles

      NP: Paris?: Prault (?). 1732. Hardcover. Very Good. Published 1732, 6 volumes (bound in six volumes). 8vo, late 18th Century calf, flat spines heavily gilt decorated. First volume with engraved title page, 3 folding engraved plates and folding map of the Chinon region. Very good, light wear to corners, front joint of first volume shows crack but all hinges and boards sturdily attached, contents clean. With a note in old brown ink on the half-title of the first volume indicating that this set came from the library of MADAME DE POMPADOUR: 'Bib. de Mme de Pompadour cabiner [?]' Jeanne Antoinette Poisson, Marquise de Pompadour (1721-1764), official chief mistress to Louis XV and an important saloniste, patron of Voltaire, etc., had a a major library of nearly 4,000 titles, a catalog of which was published in 1765. The so-called Duchat edition is listed in that catalog as number 1942, but with the date listed as 1733 and bound in 5 volumes rather than 6. It could be that these were later bound in 6 volumes by its new possessor, and the date might have been misprinted by the publisher of the catalog, but we have no further evidence that this is the set that came from Mme de Pompadour's library other than the browned ink notation.

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        Praxis geometriae worinnen nicht bu ralle bey dem Feld-Messen forkommende EDITION ORIGINALE

      Augsburg: chez Christoph Peter Detleffsen, 1732. Fine. chez Christoph Peter Detleffsen, Augsburg 1732, petit in Folio, (10) 97pp. -5. et de 11ff. manuscrits à la plume., relié. - 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. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Un frontispice de Johann Balthazar Probst. 25 planches dont 2 dépliantes représentant des calculs, des instruments, des jardins, des paysages... La planche XVIII porte une déchirure sur 4 cm ainsi que la planche XVI sur 16 cm. Reliure en plein vélin taché (dos noirci) de l'époque, le titre à la plume est illisible. Trois accrocs au mors supérieur avec manques. Rare première édition de la Praxis geometriae, une des plus remarquables et célèbres études allemandes sur la géométrie appliquée. Les notes manuscrites semblent écrites en latin et en allemand, l'ouvrage a appartenu à Joh. Paul Spicker, professeur (voir note manuscrite marge inférieure du frontispice), sans doute l'auteur de ces annotations.

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        ACTS OF ASSEMBLY, PASSED IN THE ISLAND OF BARBADOES, FROM 1648, TO 1718

      London: John Baskett, 1732, 1739.. Two parts bound in one volume. [2],282,[3]-32,315-318; x,315-484pp. Folio. Half calf and marbled boards. Short tear to bottom edge of titlepage neatly repaired. Early ownership inscriptions to titlepage, light soiling. Without two section half-titles. Very good. The second published collection of the laws of the island of Barbados, after the first of 1721. Here, the laws are printed in two parts, the first published in 1732, the second part seven years later. The first encompasses the time from its first settlement by the English to 1718, while the second covers the next two decades, to 1738. Laws printed herein include those concerning sugar, ginger, and other exports of the island; acts governing elections and the bureaucracy; laws regarding slavery, including "An Act to prevent people called Quakers from bringing Negroes to their meeting"; numerous shipping regulations; and acts regulating servants, among others. Barbados was a major sugar colony, and thus a major hub of shipping and slavery in the 17th and 18th centuries. ESTC T19070.

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        (DALIN, OLOF von)

      Then swänska Argus. (I)-II. Nr I-LII & register + nr 1-52 & register. Sthlm, B. G. Schneider, 1732-34. 4:o. (420) + (420) s. Med en träsnittsvinjett på titelbladet till nr I i första årgången. Aningen nött samtida skinnbd med upphöjda bind och titeletikett av pergament. Ryggen ytligt sprucken och ryggskinnet skadat överst och till en del bortnött nederst. Pärmhörnen hårt nötta. Gamla anteckningar på för- och eftersättsblad. Samtliga nummer med nära samtida svenska översättningar i bläck av de citat som är avtryckta på förstasidorna. Inlagan med en del fukt- och småfläckar. Det första titelbladet med små lagningar. I den andra delens nr 7 är titelbladet och det sista bladet uppfodrade i inre marginalen och nr 27 har bläckfläckar i texten samt nr 51 en gammal lagning i övre marginalen. Med Olof Sundholms namnteckning. Ur Gerard Bonniers bibliotek.. Lundstedt Sveriges periodiska litteratur 28. Klemming Sveriges dramatiska litteratur s. 70. "Then swänska Argus" utgavs med C. Carleson som mellanhand och eventuellt med vissa bidrag av denne. Censorn Johan Rosenadler ska ha författat innehållet i nummer 33 i första årgången. Tidskriften har en omtumlande utgivningshistoria: Lundstedt har funnit upp till sex olika upplagor av vissa nummer. Martin Lamm uppskattade den totala upplagan av "Then swänska Argus" till 7-800 exemplar. Olof Sundholm (1752-1819) var präst och verksam i Skara stift. Han var en stor samlare och hans omfattande arkiv inklusive handskrivna västgötska sockenbeskrivningar finns i Skara stiftsbibliotek

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        Exposition anatomique de la structure du corps humain

      1732. relié. DeCollection. A Paris, chez Guillaume Desprez et Jean Desessartz, 1732. In/4 reliure plein veau du temps, dos à nerfs à caissons dorés et pièce de titre, tranches jaspées, xxx ff., 740 p., 4 ff., bandeaux, lettrines historiées, 4 planches. Petits défauts : 2 trous d?'insecte sur le dos. Manque en coiffe supérieure, mors inférieur ouvert sur 2 cm et sur 5 cm en coiffe inférieure. Ex-libris, notes manuscrites en page de garde, nom en page de titre. Coins et accident au plat restaurés. planches rempliées in-fine. 1ère édition. Petits défauts : 2 trous d?'insecte sur le dos. Manque en coiffe supérieure, mors inférieur ouvert sur 2 cm et sur 5 cm en coiffe inférieure. Ex-libris, notes manuscrites en page de garde, nom en page de titre. Coins et accident au plat restaurés. -4to in contemporary spotted full calf, ribbed spine with gilt panels & red label, jaspered edges, [30], 740 p. [4], head-bands & historical letters, 4 folding plates. Few flaws : 2 wormholes on the spine, loss of leather on upper-tip, lower joints split, restauration on corners. booklabel. First edition of the piecemaster of the anatomist who did much to condense and systematize the anatomical knowledge of his time. Popular among teachers and students, the book was widely used as a text for nearly a century after its publication. -Winslow (1669-1760) Danois d?'origine, fut médecin spécialisé en anatomie. Le présent ouvrage est considéré comme l?'oeuvre anatomique la plus importante du XVIIIe siècle. Winslow fit en effet beaucoup pour condenser et rassembler les connaissances anatomiques de son époque et rejeter toute hypothèse hasardeuse, il fut très utilisé par les professeurs et les étudiants. On lui doit les termes de ?"grand et petit sympathiques?" encore en usage aujourd?'hui. Cet ouvrage contient le fameux discours de Stenon sur l?'anatomie du cerveau dont l?'édition originale de 1669 est très rare. Morton 1314.

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        The Church History of Geneva, in Five Books. As also a Political and Geographical Account of that Republick.

      - Boston, New-England; Sold by S. Gerrish, and other Booksellers, 1732. 2 parties en un volume in-8, plein veau, dos à 4 nerfs, plats ornés d'un jeu d'encadrement de filets à froid garnis d'un fleuron en écoinçons (rel. américaine de l'époque - full paneled contemporary american calf), (10), 220 p., (1) f., vi, 76 p., (1) f. errata. Edition originale (First edition). Né à Caen en 1692 Andrew Le Mercier, poursuivit ses études de théologie à Genève et embarqua pour l'Amérique où il devint le Pasteur à Boston en 1715. "Genève présentée aux Bostoniens" (cf. A. Burckhardt, in ‘Bull. de la Soc. de l'Hist. du Protestantisme Français’, 1991, p. 613-637). The "Political and Geographical account " has special title page and separate paging. "Wherein the state of religion in that place before Christianity is described; and also how the gospel was first preached there, and by whom. A catalogue of all the bishops of Geneva, to the time of the Reformation. The state of that church in times of popery. An exact account of the Reformation. The history of that church from that time to this. And lastly, several things, concerning the church-government, the discipline, the ministers and the manners of that church". (Brinley Sales, 7593. Early American Imprints, I, n°3557. Evans, 3596). Petit manque de papier en marge de la p. 27 de la deuxième partie avec perte de qqs caractères. Quelques rousseurs. Provenance: "Jos. Green, 1732" owner's signatures to title page and "The gift of Mr. Edward Jackson" handwritten from the same hand. Bel exemplaire conservé dans une reliure américaine de l'époque (A very nice early American binding in excellent condition). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Göttweig Chronik: Chronicon Gottwicense, seu annales liberi et exempti monasterii Gottwicensis; Band 1 (= alles Erschienene) in 2 Bänden,

      Klosterdruckerei Tegernsee, 1732 - ca. 28 x 6,5 x 43,9 cm Band 1 (= alles Erschienene) in 2 Bänden, ca. 28 x 6,5 x 43,9 cm, mit gestochener Titelevignette, 2 (statt 3) gefaltete Kupferkarten, 37 (statt 38) Kupfertafeln und 32 Textkupfern (Initialen und Vignetten), 9 Bll., XXXVI, 440 Seiten; 1 Bl., 441 – 890 Seiten, 23 Bll späteres Halbleder. - Bde. mit Rsch. und RVerg (etwas fleckig und berieben). Graesse I, 353; MNE I, 69: „. eine der frühesten und wertvollsten Abhandlungen über Paläographie, Diplomatik, deutsche historische Topographie etc. Die eigentlichen Chronik des Stiftes Göttweig, die sich daran schließen sollte, ist nie gedruckt worden." Die Tafeln zeigen vornehmlich Urkunden aus dem 9. - 13. Jahrhundert. Das gestochene Frontispitz, das gestochene Widmungsblatt, eine Tafel und eine Karte fehlen. Am Schluß befinden sich 13. gefaltete Kupfertafeln, davon 10 aus A. F. Kollars „Analecta monumentorum omnis aevi Vindobonensia" /Wien, Trattner, 1761). Titeleblatt mit zwei hinterlegten Eckabrissen (ohne Textberührung), eine Karte mit hinterlegten Läsuren. Teilweise stockfleckig und gebräunt. Beide Folios sind nachgebunden (Lederrücken und -ecken, brauner marmorierter Einband, Prägung in Rot und Gold). Ecken/Kanten bestossen, etwas berieben, Deckeln leicht gewölbt, für das Alter sehr schön und ordentlich erhalten. Vorwort von Gottfried Bessel, dem Abt von Stift Göttweig und Auftraggebers der Chronik Hahn: Franz Josef von H., Weihbischof zu Bamberg, geb. zu Würzburg am 13. Juli 1699, war ein Sohn des fürstbischöflichen Lehenprobstes Philipp v. H. Während seiner Studienzeit zu Würzburg schloß er sich eng an den verdienstvollen Forscher Schannat an, der den jungen eifrigen Geschichtsfreund dem Mölker Benedictiner Hieronymus Petz empfahl. Von Petz erhielt er in Diplomatik und Paläographie treffliche Unterweisung; dann begab er sich nach Göttweig, wo ihm Abt Bessel Auftrag gab, eine Geschichte des Klosters zu schreiben. Doch der reiche Urkundenschatz, den ihm theils das Kloster selbst darbot, theils Bessel’s Vermittlung aus andren Abteien verschaffte, weckte in H. den Gedanken, über Charakter und Werth dieser ältesten schriftlichen Denkmale selbst helleres Licht zu verbreiten. Somit ist durch den ersten, von ihm bearbeiteten Band des Chronicon Gottwicense zwar nicht die Geschichte des Klosters erläutert, wol aber das Diplomenwesen des Mittelalters, und zugleich zum ersten Mal der Versuch gewagt, in die mittelalterliche Geographie Deutschlands, wo bis dahin nur die vagsten und verworrensten Begriffe sich breit machten, Klarheit zu bringen. Das Chronicon, 1732 zu Tegernsee gedruckt, trägt nicht Hahn’s, sondern Bessel’s Namen; es unterliegt aber, wie aus den von Schneidawind mitgetheilten Beweisen erhellt, keinem Zweifel, daß H. der eigentliche Verfasser des Werkes, dessen Bedeutung für die Diplomatik von Gatterer Mabillon’s Acta sanctorum ordinis St. Benedictini gleichgestellt wird. Nach Göttweih kam auf seinen Reisen nach Wien häufig Friedrich Karl Graf von Schönborn, Reichsvicekanzler und Kaiser Karls VI. vertrauter Freund. Dieser machte 1728 den jungen Priester zu seinem geheimen Secretär, und nachdem er bald darauf die Regierung der Fürstbisthümer Bamberg und Würzburg angetreten hatte, zum geistlichen Rath und Canonicus des Stifts Haug zu Würzburg und des Collegiatstifts St. Gangolf zu Bamberg. 1732 wurde H., der sich der Freundschaft und des Vertrauens seines Fürsten in hohem Maße erfreute, zum wirklichen geheimen Rath, 1734 zum Weihbischof und Vicarius generalis in Spiritualibus ernannt und ihm außer anderen reichen Einkünften auch die Pfarrei St. Martin zu Bamberg überlassen. Am 19. September 1734 fand unter prächtigen Festlichkeiten die Bischofsweihe statt, worüber in dem im Bamberger Archiv verwahrten Hofdiarium ausführliche Schilderung geboten ist. Auch eine überaus große Anzahl von Originalreferaten Hahn’s findet sich in diesem Archiv; die verschiedensten Fragen weltlicher und geistlicher Natur erörternd, lassen sie H. als streng kirchlich gesinnten, aber t [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Prolegomena, et dissertationes in omnes, et singulos S. Scripturae libros. Authore r.p.d. Augustino Calmet ordinis S. Benedicti,. Opus Gallice primum ab authore, nunc vero Latinis literis traditum

      - & in duos tomos distributum a Joanne Dominico Mansi Lucensi, congregationis Matris Die. 2 Bände in einem Band; 6+667 Seiten und 512 Seiten mit einer ausfaltbaren Karte des Heiligen Landes; originaler geprägter Kalbslederband (34,5x21,5cm) über fünf echten Bünden; Martin Pappach Augsburg 1732 [Seiten altersbedingt teils stärker gebräunt, Ecken und Kanten etwas berieben. Nur noch die beiden Lederbänder der Buchschließen vorhanden, die wohl metallenen Schließenteile fehlen. Ansonsten in gutem Zustand und mit der seltenen Karte des Heiligen Landes.] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The state of justice impartially considered. By the civil, natural, and national law. With some curious admonitions for the use of drousy Bishops, sleepy Judges and stupid Magistrates. Wherein the great delay of justice is fully exposed

      London: printed by E. Rayner, for the author, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. n.d. [1732]. 8vo., 47 + (1)pp., well bound recently in fine 18th century style quarter calf gilt. An excellent copy. Only edition: apparently rare. (ESTC & OCLC together find copies only at BL + NLS in B. Isles together with 5 libraries in N.America: Case Western + Harvard + Kansas-Spencer + N.Carolina + Northwestern). Not listed by Sweet & Maxwell. A fascinating essay, unfortunately anonymous, in which the author positions himself firmly on the side of justice, human and legal rights, and anti-corruption, as well as being opposed to bribery and the sale of places and sinecures. 'It is not the law alone that makes a right government, but upright justice, and the equal distribution of it, which ought to be deeper engraven in the hearts of those who are authorised to execute justice, than in tables of stone. And', he continues, 'it is to small purpose to multiply laws, except they are punctually observed .....'. But he moderates his position somewhat in a later statement: 'There never was nor can be a Commonwealth, wherein the citizens were equal in all rights and prerogatives, but that some had more or less than others; and yet wise policy has carefully provided, that the meanest should have no cause to complain of their estate'. And the law should be administered firmly but not harshly. 'It is the duty of all magistrates, and of such who have authority over others, to chastise and punish every malefactor, so likewise they must beware lest under the pretence of exercising justice, they fall not into the contrary extream, that is, severity; which not only renders them odious on account of their cruelty, but belongs rather to a beastly and savage nature, than to the nature of man. For clemency and compassion ought never to be separated from a good and just sentence, which is either to excuse small faults, or but lightly to punish them, provided always that no violence be offered thereby to justice'. And he concludes: 'As injustice is the bane of the Commonwealth, it ought to be punished in the most exemplary manner; nor should any man find grace or favour, who does not endeavour and study to do good to his country as well as to himself, and set the highest value upon right and justice. By this method a commendable and necessary oeconomy and reformation may be expected from magistrates; the violaters of laws, and they who take bribes, who are guilty of corruption, and who barter employments, will be brought to condign punishment .....'.

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        A Collection of Voyages and Travels, some now first printed from original manuscripts, others now first published in English

      London: John Walthoe, 1732. Six volumes, folio, with approximately 95 engraved illustrations and maps in the text, two engraved title-pages, and 171 very fine engraved plates and maps (mostly folding or double-page) by Herman Moll, Johannes Kip, and others; a fine set in contemporary Cambridge panelled calf; covers with alternating sprinkled, polished, and stained panels and with plain and decorative rules and borders, raised bands, black morocco labels; in marvellous original condition. A superb copy of the Churchills' great voyage collection. The finest copy of this great voyage collection that we have ever seen, in its second and best edition. Copies of the various editions of the Churchill Collection do appear on the market from time to time, but almost always in dilapidated condition - the result of their substantial size and the use that they were subjected to as the major source for voyage information in the early eighteenth century. This copy, complete with its list of subscribers, is in superb condition, the bindings bright and scarcely worn, and the text and plates remarkably fresh.The six substantial volumes contain many accounts of voyages to a great many places; a number of accounts appearing for the first time, or at least for the first time in English. Originally published in 1704 in four volumes, it appears here in its second augmented six-volume edition.The work reflects an audience keenly interested in what was a time of energetic exploration and trade expansion throughout the world. For example, the first volume here contains descriptions of the lands and peoples of China, Formosa, Japan, the Congo, and South Africa, lands just beginning to be known to Europeans, as well as accounts of relatively less mysterious but still unfamiliar places such as Egypt and the Ukraine.The final two volumes contain materials new to this second edition. The fifth volume is devoted largely to Africa, containing accounts of the lands which in the seventeenth century were called Guinea and Lower Ethiopia, but which in fact include the entire coast from Senegal through Angola. Native life, European settlements, animals, natural products, and much more are described in great detail. There is also a translation from the Spanish of Herrera's account of the discoveries of Columbus.The contents of the other volumes are varied, with reports of the Solomon Islands, Dutch shipwrecks in the East Indies, Ovalle's work on Chile (with a fine depiction of the Southern Cross), Virginia, attempts to discover a Northwest Passage, the sages of India, and the land of Tonqueen, now North Vietnam, among very many other reports. Much of the third volume is Baldaeus' work on the East Indies translated from the Dutch, while Nieuhoff's work on the East Indies, also translated, appears in Volume II.The plates are of special appeal, often showing very striking scenes of exotic life, particularly in tropical climes. They include detailed depictions of natives involved in sometimes fascinating activities (witchcraft, elephant catching) as well as many plates of botanical and zoological interest and a number of views of harbours or military engagements.

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        An Enquiry into the Origin of Honour and the Usefulness of Christianity in War

      John Brotherton at the Bible in Cornhill, London 1732 - xi, 240pp. The author [1676-1733] was famous for 'The Fable of the Bees'. Language: eng VG : in very good condition. Rebound with modern calf backed boards. Browning to title page and stamp. Quarter-leather marbled board cover [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A Collection of Voyages and Travels

      London: John Walthoe, 1732. Eight volumes, folio, two works in matching binding, some 213 engraved plates including work by Herman Moll, Johannes Kip, and others (many double-page or folding), engraved and woodcut illustrations throughout; a handsome set in late eighteenth-century Russia, marbled edges. Churchill's great voyage collection, complete. A splendid set of the two great voyage anthologies of the early eighteenth century, in handsome contemporary matched bindings. This setcontains the Churchill anthology in its second improved edition and the first edition of the supplementary Osborne series, better known as the "Harleian" or "Oxford Voyages".Copies of the various editions of the Churchill Collection, in particular, do appear on the market from time to time, but almost always in dilapidated condition - the result of their substantial size and the use that they were subjected to as the major source for voyage information in the early eighteenth century. This copy is in superb condition, the bindings bright and the text and plates remarkably fresh. The substantial volumes contain many accounts of voyages to a great many places, a number of accounts appearing for the first time, or at least for the first time in English. Originally published in 1704 in four volumes, it appears here in its second, much augmented six-volume edition.The success of the work is a reflection of an audience keenly interested in what was a time of energetic exploration and trade expansion throughout the world. For example, the first volume here contains descriptions of the lands and peoples of China, Formosa, Japan, the Congo, and South Africa, lands just beginning to be known to Europeans, as well as accounts of relatively less mysterious but still unfamiliar places such as Egypt and the Ukraine.The final two volumes of the Churchill anthology contain materials new to this edition. The fifth volume is devoted largely to Africa, containing accounts of the lands which in the seventeenth century were called Guinea and Lower Ethiopia, but which in fact include the entire coast from Senegal through Angola. Native life, European settlements, animals, natural products, and much more are described in great detail. There is also a translation from the Spanish of Herrera's account of the discoveries of Columbus.The contents of the other volumes are varied, with reports of the Solomon Islands, Dutch shipwrecks in the East Indies, Ovalle's work on Chile (with a fine depiction of the Southern Cross), Virginia, attempts to discover a Northwest Passage, the sages of India, and the land of Tonqueen, now North Vietnam, among very many other reports. Much of the third volume is Baldaeus' work on the East Indies translated from the Dutch, while Nieuhoff's work on the East Indies, also translated, appears in the second volume.The plates are of special appeal, often showing very striking scenes of exotic life, particularly in tropical climes. They include detailed depictions of natives involved in sometimes fascinating activities (witchcraft, elephant catching) as well as many plates of botanical and zoological interest and a number of views of harbours or military engagements.This set is supplemented by the two-volume work by Thomas Osborne, generally known as the "Harleian Voyages" or the "Oxford Voyages". These two very scarce volumes were published by Osborne from the unpublished manuscripts in the collection of the earl of Oxford. Although separately published much later, the two Osborne volumes are often described as a supplement to the Churchill collection of voyages.Osborne's first volume comprises travels mainly in the Near and Middle East, while the second volume comprises voyages to India, East Asia, the East Indies, Africa, and North America. The maps are after Dutch cartographer Herman Moll and the frontispiece map in the second volume is "A Chart of the East Indies..." with the north and north-west coasts of Australia delineated in accordance with Dutch discoveries.

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        La Theorie, et la Pratique du Jardinage

      1732. DEZALLIER D'ARGENVILLE. La Theorie, et la Pratique du Jardinage. [8], 293, [11] pp. With 38 folding engraved plates, plus numerous textual diagrams and illustrations. 4to., 250 x 182 mm., bound in contemporary French mottled calf, spine gilt, red label. Paris: Jean Mariette, 1732. |~||~||~||~||~||~| Dezallier's Theory and Practice is the major work on the theoretical aspects of eighteenth-century gardening. The evolution and design of Pleasure Gardens would be entirely different had this work not been written and so often and widely published. It codified the French Formal Garden style in the spirit of Le Nôtre, and it was "the first important book on garden design to appear in England in the eighteenth century" (Henrey). Dezallier's work owes its widespread reputation to the creative use of natural and ornamental elements. The text concentrates on the use of bridges, colonnades, and trellises in the design of the garden, as well as the use of groves, mazes, parterres, bosquets, and fountains. Dezallier gives specific information on the construction of each, offering practical advice on how to integrate these elements into overall garden design. This edition is embellished with thirty-eight folding plates and numerous textual illustrations. According to the 'Avis' in the 1747 Paris edition, most of the drawings for the plates were provided by Alexandre Le Blond (1679-1719), an able French architect who studied under Le Nôtre (Le Blond's name appears as the author on the title-page in error). With some soiling; overall a fresh and crisp copy with browning to a couple of pages, but overall in near-fine condition. Hunt 471. Henrey 1426.

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