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        Commentarius in librum prophetiarum Jesaiae, quo sensus orationis ejus sedulo investigatur; in versa visorum interpretandorum hypotheses inquiritur, & ex iisdem facta interpretation antiquae historiae monumentis confirmatur atque illustrator: cum prolegomenis.

      Basileae Joannis Rodolphi 1732. Large folio. 2 volumes bound in 1. Title pages to both volumes are printed in red and black. Volume I, pp. [8], 20, 20, 710, [56]. Volume II, pp. 958. Double column Latin text with decorative woodcut initials. In the first volume a double page map with descriptive text illustrating Moabite territory in the Dead Sea region follows p. 458. Bound in full period dark brown calf showing rubbing and wear; leather is treated for preservation; attractively re-backed preserving the original spine (minus some chipping of old leather bellow the head cap). The corner tips and several areas along the edges of the boards are neatly repaired. An old book plate is pasted on the inside front cover; an inscription dated 1887 is written on the front free end paper. Pages are generally clean with periodic mild marginal spotting/foxing, staining or soiling. An occasional page is lightly age-toned or foxed. The bottom corner and outer edge of the blank margin on page 623 (volume I.) is repaired/patched with a piece of early paper. Campegius (Kempe) Vitringa (1659-1722) was a renowned Dutch Protestant theologian, Biblical scholar and Professor of Oriental Studies at Franeker. According to the Jewish Encyclopedia (1906) Vitringa's commentary on Isaiah " was up to the time of Gesenius the most considerable contribution to the exegesis of Isaiah." The commentary was first published in 1714-20. This is a large and heavy volume. Please inquire about shipping. [Brunet V, 1326; Graesse VII, p.376]. Hardcover.

      [Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books]
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        Lettres de Nedim Coggia. Secretaire de l'Ambassade de Mehemet Effendi a la Cour de France: et autres lettres turques,

      A Amsterdeam, chez Pierre Mortier, 1732.. 1 Bl., 246 S., gestochene Titelblattvignette und einige gestochene Textvignetten. Kl. 8°, Ganzledereinband der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Wappen-Supralibros vorne und hinten und reicher Rückengoldprägung.. Der Einband beschabt, die Ecken etwas gestaucht, die beiden Supralibros (Gekrönte Initialen C und A, seitlich ein stehender Löwe) teils etwas verblasst, der Rücken einseitig im Gelenk fast komplett eingerissen, etwas rissig und berieben, privater neuerer Namenseintrag und Datierungm, sowie rote Buntstiftnummer auf dem fliegenden Vorsatzblatt, innen durchgehend etwas gebräunt. Atabey 986. Nicht bei Blackmer. "This work contains two sets of letters, the letters of Neddim Coggia, supposedly describing his experiences in Paris as secretary to the embassy of Mehemet Effendi in 1721, and the work known as the 'Lettres Turques'. Blackmer incorrectly states that the Letters of Nedim Coggia and the 'Lettres Turques' are the same work. The latter was originally issued as 'Lettres d'une Turque a Paris', first published in 1730, and purports to be the letters of a Turkish woman who fled the serail to marry an Italian living in Paris. The original fourteen letters include novelettes and stories. This edition contains a suite of letters which are a continuation of the 'Lettres d'une Turque', beginning with letter fifteen and also including a comedy with a Turkish setting, Les Veuves". Cf. Leonora Navari. Vorher als Lettres Turques herausgekommen, in dieser Fassung aber die Originalausgabe! - Vorgebunden (Georges Baron Lyttelton (1709-1773)), Nouvelles lettres persanes. Traduites de l'Anglois. Tome premier - Tome second. A Londres, 1735, 2 Bände. 240 S., 232 S., jeweils ein gestochenes Titelblatt und einige Textvignetten. Inspiriert durch die Lettres Persanes von Montesquieu . Selten! Alles in Französisch. .

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Riepenhausen]
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        Le Droit de la Nature et des Gens ou Systeme General. Des Principes les plus importans de la Morale, de la Jurisprudence, et de la Politique. Traduit du latin de feu mr. Le baron De Pufendorf, par Jean Barbeyrac, avec des Notes du Traducteur, & une Preface qui sert d'introduction a tout l'Ouvrage. Quatrieme edition, revue & augmentee Considerablement. 2 Tomes (en 1 complet). 2 Bände (in 1) komplett.

      Basel, Chez E. & J. R. Thourneisen, 1732.. 4°. Titelblatt in Rot und schwarz, CXXXIII(I), 613, Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, 506, 20 Seiten, 17 Blatt. Pergamentband der Zeit. Einfache Rückenbeschriftung in Tinte.. 4. Auflage. Französischsprachige Ausgabe. Rücken mit Rest eines Schildchens, Einband wenig fingerfleckig. Innen gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. Fourth edition. French language edition. Contemporary vellum binding. Cover lightly spotted, otherwise nearly fine copy.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR]
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        Dictionnaire oeconomique, contenant divers moyens d'augmenter son bien, et de conserver sa sante. Avec plusieurs remedes assurez et eprouvez, pour un tres grand nombre de maladies, & de beaux secrets pour parvenir a une longue & heureuse vieillesse. Quantite de moyens pour elever, nourrir, guerir & faire profiter toutes sortes d'animaux domestiques; comme Brebis, Moutons, Boeufs, Chevaux, Mulets, Poules, Abeilles, & Vers a soie. Differens filets pour la peche de toutes sortes de poissons, & pour la chasse de toutes sortes d'oiseaux & animaux, &c. ...

      1732. Amsterdam, Jean Covens & Corn. Mortier, 1732-1740. 4 volumes bound in 2 (including 2 supplementary volumes). Folio (385 x 250mm). pp. (8), including engraved coat of arms, 424; pp. (2), 400; pp. (8), 496; pp. (2), 482, with 12 (1 double page) engraved plates and numerous engravings and woodcuts in the text. Contemporary calf, richly decorated gilt spines in 8 compartments, blind tooled sides. A beautifully bound copy of the 3rd augmented edition. The first edition appeared in 1709 and was printed in Lyon. The work became very popular and many editions followed, it was translated into Dutch, German and English. Noel Chomel was a student of La Quintinie, the gardener of Louis XIV. He became 'medicin ordinaire du Roi, et Professeur au Jardin royal' (Davy de Virville p. 104). The work is an attractive illustrated dictionary of agriculture, treating, gardening, botany, hunting, breading of animals, bee-keeping, medicine, vineyards etc. Chomel's work was brought by the Dutch to Japan and was translated into Japanese 'the encyclopedia that proved so useful to the Japanese' (Blusse a.o. Bridging the divide, 400 years The Netherlands - Japan, p. 111). Vicaire 173; Oberle, Une Bibl. Bachique, 85 (listing the 3rd Lyon edition)..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk]
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        Faßlicher Unterricht Gebäude auf eine leichte und sichere Art vor dem Einschlagen des Blitzes zu bewahren. Salzburg, Waisenhausbuchhandlung 1786. 8°. 63 S., mit 2 Kupfertafeln, Pbd. d. Zt.

      . . Seltene Schrift des Benediktiners Dominikus Beck (1732-1791) über den Bau und die Funktion eines Blitzableiters "zum Nutzen und Gebrauch seiner Landsleute." Er war Lehrer der Mathematik und Physik in Salzburg. "Seine Lehrthätigkeit war eine eben so ausgedehnte als segensreiche, wenn er auch nicht mit eigenen bedeutenden Entdeckungen auftrat". (ADB II, 213).- Nur wenig braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben u. wasserfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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        Mr. John Nieuhoff's Remarkable Voyages & Travells A Collection of Voyages and Trafel, Vol. II EA

      Churchill, 1732.,. 764 S. Mr. John Nieuhoff's Remarkable Voyages & Travells into y best provinces y West and East Indies, Vol.II von a collection of voyages and travels, hrsg. 'from Messrs. Churchill, 1732 behandelt Reisen d. Holländers J. Nieuhoff nach Brasilien u. Ostindien., Folioformat, Original-Leder, mit vielen Illustrationen u. Karten (sehr frühe Karten), die ersten 120 S. tlw. fleckig, insg. 764 S ein sehr rares Exemplar!

      [Bookseller: Alte Bücherwelt]
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        Zweymahl zwey und funffzig Auserlesene Biblische Historien Aus dem Alten und Neuen Testamente, Der Jugend zum Besten abgefasset von Johann Hübnern, Rectore des Johannei zu Hamburg, Nebst einer Vorrede E. Hoch-Ehrwürdigen Ministerii der Stadt Hamburg. Mit Sr. Königl. Maj. in Pohlen und Churfürstl. Durchl. zu Sachsen allergnädigstem Privilegio. [Zusammengebunden mit:] Auserlesene Biblische Historien aus dem Alten und Neuen Testamente, Der zarten Jugend zur Erbauung in einer angenehmen Methode abgefasset von M. Joh. Matthäo Wagnern, Nebst einer Vorrede Christoph Conrad Bessers, Pastoris und Inpectoris zu Schul-Pforta.

      Leipzig: Bey Joh. Fried. Gleditschens seel. Sohn 1732 u. 1726.. 28 ungezählte Seiten Vorrede plus 408 gezählte Seiten plus 8 Seiten Register / 8 Seiten Vorrede plus 476 gezählte Seiten plus 4 Seiten Register [alles zus. ca. 940 Seiten], Fadenheftung, Format 10,5 x 17,8 cm, privater Ganz-Pergamenteinband der Zeit.. * Mit Porträt-Kupfer J. Hübners vor dem Titelblatt; außerdem einige gestochene Vignetten am Anfang und am Schluß. Pergament-Einband mit 5 Pergament-Bünden am Rücken; Rückenbeschriftung von Hand mit Tinte. Rotgesprenkelter Farbschnitt ringsum. Erhaltung: Buchblock und Einband sind fest zusammen; die längere Schnittkante absolut regelmäßig und wohlgerundet. Der Einband unbeschädigt aber mit einigen dunkleren Flecken. Der Buchblock ohne Braunflecken und ohne handschriftliche Eintragungen. Die Papierqualität ist unverwüstlich (Bütten). Insgesamt ein sehr gutes Exemplar. +++++++++++ Weitere Drucke im Bestand unseres Antiquariats im Zeitraum 1600 bis 1870 finden Sie innerhalb der Kategorien "Alte Drucke" (mit Unter-Rubriken: bis 1700 / bis 1800 / bis 1870). Lassen Sie sich die Titel anzeigen.

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Gernot Kunze]
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        Christiani Wolfii >elementa matheseos universae<. Tomus Primus. [1.Bd.]. Qui commentationem de methodo mathematica, arithmeticam, geometriam, trigonometriam planam, analysim, tam finitorum quam infinitorum complectitur.

      [Erschienen in Genf] Genevae apud Marcum Michaelem Bousquet & Socios, im Jahre 1732.. Editio nova, priori multo auctior et correctior. Insgesamt XXIV+ 526 mit Titelblatt in Rot- schwarz Druck, ganzseitiges Frontispiz, gestochenes Porträt in einem Medaillon, nach einer Zeichnung von Daudet, sculp. Liugd: 1731, mit illustrierten Initialen, Kopfleisten und 31 ausklappbaren Kupfertafeln mit zahlreich graphischen Darstellungen. Kl.4°(Quart- Format bis 27,5 cm.) Schokoladen- brauner Original- Ganzleder- Einband, der Zeit, auf 4 echten Bünden, braun- marmorierter umlaufenden Buchschnitt.. Inhalt: Ein Standartwerk der Anfangs-Gründe aller Mathematischen Wissenschaften; die Erstausgabe der >Elementa matheseos universae< erschien in den Jahren 1713 bis 1715, der Verfasser heißt Christian Wolff (geadelt: Christian Freiherr von Wolff, in der Encyclopedie Chretien Wolf; * 24. Januar 1679 in Breslau; 9. April 1754 in Halle) war ein bedeutender deutscher Universalgelehrter, Jurist und Mathematiker sowie einer der wichtigsten Philosophen der Aufklärung zwischen Leibniz und Kant. Der Aufklärer zählt zu den bedeutendsten Vertretern des Naturrechts und gilt als eigentlicher Begründer der Begriffsjurisprudenz des 19. Jahrhunderts. Die deutsche Philosophie verdankt ihm ihre terminologische Grundlegung; viele von ihm definierte Begriffe wie Bewusstsein, Bedeutung, Aufmerksamkeit oder an sich wurden später in die Alltagssprache übernommen. Wolff hatte auch maßgeblichen Einfluss auf die preußische Gesetzgebung. (Siehe Wikipedia). Zustand: Einband leicht berieben und beschabt, unteres und oberes Rückenkapital und am Falz leicht einrissig, Ecken und Kanten etwas bestoßen. Innen: Vorsatz staubfleckig, oberer Titelblattkante beschnitten, Seiten teils wasserfleckig, braunfleckig, Seiten 163 bis 170 wurmlöcherig, sonst sauber und recht ordentlich erhalten.

      [Bookseller: Galerie-Antiquariat Schlegl]
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        Ueber die Liebe des Vaterlandes. (Marien Theresiens zugeeignet, nebst 75 Lehrsätzen aus der Polizey, Handlung und Finanz, welche unter dem Vorsitze Josephs von Sonnenfels... in der k.k. Theresianischen Akademie vertheidigen wird, Anton Graf von Apony). 2 Tle. in 1 Band. Wien, J. Kurzböck 1771. Kl. 8°. 2 Bll., 131 S., 44 S., Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rverg. u. Buntpapiervorsätze.

      . . Goedeke IV/1, 184, 25 - Wurzbach XXXV, 330 - Borst 229.- Erste u. einzige Ausgabe.- Frühwerke des berühmten österreichischen Kameralisten und Juristen Joseph von Sonnenfels (1732-1817).- Der erste Teil u.a. mit Kapitel über patriotische Regenten, Adelige, Beamte, Soldaten, Gelehrte und Künstler. Der zweite Teil mit den Beiträgen "Sätze aus den politischen Wissenschaften" und "Sätze aus der Finanzwissenschaft". - Tls. etw. braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben u. mit Wurmspur, sonst gutes Ex.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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        Prodromus Bibliothecae Metallicae, oder Verzeichnis der meisten Schrifften, so von Dingen, die Ad Regnum Minerale, gezehlet werden, handeln; Als da sind: Die Metalle, Mineralien, Salien, Steine, Petrifacta, mancherley Erden... so corrigirt, ferner fortgesetzt und vermehrt worden von Franc. Ernest Bruckmann.

      1732. Wolffenbüttel 1732. 8vo (185 x 120mm). pp. 157, (1, blank), (18, index). (Bound up with:) BRUCKMANN, F.E. Bibliothecae Numismaticae, oder der Verzeichniss der meisten Schriften, so von Münz-Wesen handeln; 1stes Supplement. Wolffenbüttel, 1732. pp. 36. Contemporary boards, uncut. "Rare. Second augmented edition, edited by Franz Ernst Brückmann, consisting of a reworking of the first edition together with supplemental material bringing the work up to date with a total of c 1750 entries. It contains information found nowhere else" (Schuh, Bibliography of Mineralogy). The first edition was published in 1726. No copy in the Hoover collection. Jacob Leupold (1674-1727) was a famous German engineer and instrument maker and published an important work on mechanics 'Theatri Machinarum' (1727), the first systematic analysis of mechinal engineering. Cobres I, p. 4; B.M. (Nat. Hist.) III, 1099..

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        The voyages and Travels of A. De La Motraye. (Volume III). Teilband: Pussia, Russia, Poland. Mit 7 ganzseitigen Kupfern sowie einem Frontispiz und zahlreichen (20) Vignetten. Engraved on Copper - Plates. English book. Englische Ausgabe: Translated from the Frensch.

      London. Symon, Cornhill.... 1732.. 34 x 22 cm. 296 S. und 10 Blatt (Index). Original brauner Ganzledereinband. 6 echte Bünde. Außengelenke stark berieben teilweise mit Lederverlust Kanten bestoßen. Vorderer Deckel hängt nur noch am seidenen Faden. Insgesamt aber ein gutes Exemplar. Vor allem innen besonders frisch. Einzelne Kupfer sehr gut erhalten.. * Versandfertig innerhalb von 20 Stunden! * Containing: A treatlife of the divers Orders of Knighthood; many curious Particulars concerning the Infurrection of Thorn; of the Diet of Grodno; of the Life of Peter the First, Emperour of Russia; of Catherine, his Emprefs; as also of General Le Foert, and Prince Menzikoff with Remarks Geographical, Topographical, Historical and Political, on the Provinces and other Countries through witch the Autor travelled; as Mecklembourg, Pomerania, Courland, Livonia, Estonia, the Principalities of Pleskow and Novogrod, the Lake Ladoga, the Dutchies of Carelie, Ingria, Silesia, Brandenbourg, over some Parts of France, of Flanders, Of england, and of Ireland. Gf (MGT). jpg.

      [Bookseller: Umbras Kuriositätenkabinett]
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        Entretiens physiques d'Ariste et d'Eudoxe, ou Physique nouvelle en dialogues. Qui renferme precisement ce qui s'est decouvert de plus curieux, & de plus utile dans la nature. 4 Teile in 2 Bänden.

      Amsterdam, Depens de la Compagnie, 1732.. (17,5 x 10,5 cm). XXII (2) 428 (3) S.; (2) 421 (3) S./ (2) 368 (3) S.; (4) 363 S. Mit 99 (2 gefalteten) Kupfertafeln. Lederbände der Zeit.. Zweite Ausgabe des in Dialogform herausgegebenen Werkes, erstmals 1729 in 3 Bänden erschienen. - Der Jesuit Regnault (1683-1762) war Professor für Mathematik und Physik am College Louis-le-Grand in Paris. Die hübschen Tafeln zeigen Versuche, Geräte und Instrumente aus den Bereichen Optik, Elektrizität, Astronomie, Mechanik, Anatomie etc., darunter auch Luftpumpen, Winden, Magnete, Raketen, Teleskope, Barometer, Thermometer, Strahlengänge, Feuerspritzen u.v.m. - Vereinzelt gering gebräunt bzw. fleckig. Rücken etwas berieben. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - De Backer-Sommervogel VI, 1599, 3

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        Exposition anatomique de la structure du corps humain.

      Paris, G. Desprez und J. Desessartz, 1732.. 4°. XXX, 740 S., 4 n.n. Bl. Mit 4 mehrfach gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Lederband der Zeit mit rotem Rückenschild und floraler Rückenvergoldung.. Garrison-M. 394. - HOH 759. - Waller 10354. - Erste Ausgabe. "An expert anatomist, he was among the first to discard physiological details and hypothetical explanations form his writings in order to concentrate solely descriptive anatomy" (HOH). Vorsatz und Titel mit handschriftlichen Besitzvermerken. Einband stark bestossen und fleckig. Einbandkanten am Rücken aufgeplatzt ebenso am unteren Kapital. Ecken stark bestossen.

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        Le rime. Riscontrate con ottimi esemplari stampati, E con uno antichissimo test a penna. Quanto poi nella presente seconda nostra edizione, piu che nella prina, si sieno adornate, e illustrate, per la seguente prefazione 'manifesto.

      Padova, Giuseppe Comino, 1732.. 17,8x12 cm. LXXX, 447 S., 1 S. Mit einem gestoch. Frontispiz, Titelvign. und Druckermarke. Pgt.-Bd. der Zeit mit Rückenschild.. Ebert, Allg. bibliogr. Lexikon, 1830, 16424: Zweite verbesserte und mit ungedruckten Sonetten vermehrte Ausgabe bei Comino. (Für 1. Ausgabe bei Comino, 16423): "Von den Gebrüdern Volpi besorgt. Schön, sehr correct und von der Crusca citirt. Vorgesetzt ist ein Verzeichniss der Ausgg. des P. von Gaetano Volpi." - (Rückenschild mit winziger Fehlstelle. Exlibris auf Innendeckel. Seite IL bis 120 mit einem Wasserrand in der unteren Seitenhälfte).

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat Leonidas Sakellaridi]
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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 .... .

      Wien Gerorg Lehmann 1732 - 34,. 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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        [Sirat al-Sultan al-alik al-Nasr Salih al-Din]. Vita et res gestae Sultani, Almalichi Alnasiri, Saladini [...]. Grandiore cothurno conscripta ab Amadoddino Ispahanensi ex mss. Arabicis [...] Editit et latine vertit Albertus Schultens.

      Leiden, Samuel Luchtmans, 1732.. Folio. Four pts. in 1 vol. (30), 278 pp. (2), 64 pp. 26, (88, index) pp. T. p. printed in red and black, Arabic and Latin text in two columns. Contemp. blindstamped vellum on seven raised bands with faded ms. title to spine.. First edition (reprinted in 1755). The eminent Arabian writer and statesman Bohaddin, better known in the East as Ibn-Sjeddad, "wrote several works on Jurisprudence and Moslem Divinity; but the only one that can be interesting to us is his 'Life and Actions of Saladin', which, with other pieces connected with the same subject, was published by Albert Schultens, at Leyden, in 1732, accompanied by a somewhat inelegant Latin translation, also by notes, and a Geographical Index. This work affords a favourable specimen of the historical compositions of the Arabs [...] The enthusiasm with which every thing about [Saladin] is narrated, and the anecdotes which the author, from his own personal knowledge, is able to communicate respecting that extraordinary character, give his work a great degree of interest" (Enc. Britannica, Suppl. II [1824], p. 352f). - An appealing copy in Dutch blindstamped vellum from the Berne Abbey, home of the Premonstratensians of Heeswijk, North Brabant, and the oldest extant religious community in the Netherlands (their stamp on t. p.). Modern protective flyleaves (but original pastedowns). Slight wrinkling to final pages; otherwise clean and unbrowned. - Schnurrer 148, no. 175. Gay 2238. OCLC 21516733. Cf. Fück 107. Not in Smitskamp.

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        Derer Saltzburgischen Emigrations-Acten. Das Neueste von denen Saltzburgischen Emigrations-Acten. Gesammelt von Johann Jacob Moser / Hertzoglich-WürtembergischenRegierungs-Rath und Professore Juris zu Tübingen.

      Frankfurt/Leipzig, Johann Paul Roth 1732.. 1. Band (weiter Bände nicht bezeichnet) 1. - 12. Stuck (so komplett) in 2 Bde. 8°. (4) (1) 864 S. (4) Register; (2) 596 S. (3) Register. Kein Einband. Feste Papierstreifen-Bindung. (Etwas eselsohrig, einige Seiten gebräunt, sehr guter Druck). Auflage:0. Johann Jacob Moser (* 18.1.1701 Stuttgart, + 30.9.1785 Stuttgart), Reichspublizist. Umfangreiche Sammlung von amtlichen und persönlichen Dokumenten zur Ausweisung der Protestanten aus dem Salzburgischen.

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        Kitab-i Cihan-nüma [Jihan-numa, The mirror of the world].

      Probably Istanbul, first third of 18th century.. Folio (286 x 180 mm). 581 ff. and 4 blanks (complete, numbered 1-297, 297-497 [313 omitted, 368 and 374-376 counted twice], 2 blanks, 298-299, double-page map on single leaf, 300-378 ff., 2 final blanks). With a total of 45 full-page hand-coloured manuscript maps and 7 hand-coloured illustrations and tables. 15-31 (but mostly 29) lines, some of the manuscript text framed within gilt borders. Manuscript on paper in Ottoman Turkish in slightly irregular but well legible Nast'aliq script in black and red ink. Contemporary Turkish brown giltstamped calf. Stored in custom-made blue half calf clamshell box.. The hitherto inaccessible, most comprehensive manuscript of the first modern geography and atlas of the Islamic world. While only ten manuscripts comprising both parts of the Cihan-nüma are known to exist (the famous first printing carried out by Müteferrika in 1732 contains the second part only, expanded by an appendix commissioned for the printed edition), the present manuscript is the only one known to contain both parts in full as well as Müteferrika's addenda in contemporary manuscript, making it unique in uniting all known traditions of the "Mirror of the World" in a single volume (cf. below). Its author, the historian, bibliographer and geographer Katib Celebi (1609-57), was one of the principal intellectual figures of the 17th century Ottoman empire. This work of world geography was his masterpiece, drawing from European atlases and other sources and making them available to the Islamic world for the first time. Celebi's first manuscript version was begun in 1648 and dealt with Muslim Spain, North Africa and Ottoman Europe. This first version quickly enjoyed a wide circulation in manuscripts, and some 18 copies are known. A 1654 revision, compiled after the author had acquired a copy of the Mercator-Hondius Atlas minor, included Asia; this substantially different version (not overlapping with the former) was copied rarely at first: most dated copies were not prepared before the end of the 17th or the 18th century. It is the latter ms. tradition on which Ibrahim Müteferrika drew when he printed the work in 1732, but he also included additions (mostly by the geographer Abu Bakr) that provided descriptions of the Asian parts of the Ottoman Empire, covering Iraq, the Arabian Peninsula, and Anatolia. - While the present ms. was originally conceived as a combined manuscript of the two manuscript traditions, it also contains - inserted between the original folios 297 and 298 - an addendum (without illustrations, foliated 297-497) written in a different hand but more or less at the same time, which mainly contains the text of the supplement that also appears in Müteferrika's printed edition. It is thus extremely likely that both the the continuous text (pp. 1-297, 298-378) and this inserted portion (pp. 297-497) were both prepared in Müteferrika's scribal workshop or by a school closely associated with it. As evidenced by the foliation, apparently supplied by a single, contemporary hand throughout, the inserted addendum was always intended for this very manuscript: probably, a second scribe worked from an independent source at a time when the remainder of the ms. was already well advanced; the jumbled page numbering points to some error in transmission when the various portions of text were conflated. Whereas the original configuration of the ms. corresponds to a number of others, the insertion of Müteferrika's continuation makes it unique: no other known copy of Cihan-nüma contains this tripartite division. The maps are largely independent of the engravings found in the printed edition and would seem to follow various separate manuscript models. In especial, the present ms. contains two maps of the Arabian Gulf not present in Müteferrika's publication: one shows Persian Iraq in the north, the entire Gulf region from Basrah to the Gulf of Oman, and the northern coastline of the Arabian Peninsula, with Bahrain, Qatar, and Ruus al-Jibal (with "Khawr Sakkan" indicated in the rough location of Ras al-Khayma, and islands marked "Kharg", "Qis", and "Cezire-i Bahreyn"). The other map, declared as one of Kirman, Hormuz and Lar, includes large parts of the Arabian Gulf with Ras al-Khayma and marking the location of Maskat, Oman (both in correct Arabic), Ur Fakkan, Khor Fakkan, Kalba, Naban, and Julfar. - Provenance: Two early ownership inscriptions on blank recto of title page: first, that of al Sayyid 'Abd al-Rahman Nu'man Pasha-zade (dated 1188, i.e. AD 1774/5), who served as the Master of Ceremonies (Kapicibasi, one of the highest offices at the Ottoman court) at Topkapi Palace. The second, dated [12]70 (AD 1853/4), belongs to the teacher Atifzade Vahid Mehmed (d. 1876), who is recorded in Mehmed Süreyya's great Ottoman prosopography "Sicill-i 'Osmani" (IV, 606) and was the brother of the Shaykh al-Islam Ömer Hüsameddin Efendi. Later in the collection of the Turkish economic historian and geographer Hamit Sadi Selen (1892-1968), who published two scholarly articles on the ms. Last in the library of the Swiss banker and collector Herry W. Schaefer. When the Schaefer collection was dispersed, this ms. was misidentified as a mere copy of the second manuscript tradition with an unspecified additional geographical work about the Ottoman Empire inserted. It is only due to the research of Dr. Gottfried Hagen, University of Michigan (whose extensive, scholarly description of this item is available upon request) that the unique quality of this comprehensive, three-part manuscript was recognized. - A few short tears, some old waterstaining, the contemporary binding expertly rebacked. In exceptionally fine condition. - G. Hagen, Ein osmanischer Geograph bei der Arbeit (Berlin 2003), p. 421 H; p. 425 G (cf. Appendix 3, p. 415-427 for a census of all known copies). G. Hagen, A manuscript of Katib Celebi's Kitab-y Cihan-nüma acquired by Inlibris, Vienna. A preliminary description and analysis of its text and maps (forthcoming).

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        Der wohl-bestellte Garten-Bau, oder Gründliche Anweisung wie ein Küchen- Blum- und Baum-Garten wohl anzulegen... Angebunden: Tractat vom nützlichen Baum-Beschneiden und der rechten Baum-Zucht.

      Zelle und Leipzig Christoph Julius Hoffmann, 1732,. in-8vo, gest. Frontispiz (einer Hofgarten) + Titelbl. in rot und schwarz + 4 Bl. (Vorrede) + 2 Bl. (Register) + 644 S. (Schlussvign. in Holzschnitt) + 6 Bl. (Register); 96 S. + 12 Kupfertafeln (Tafel 9 verbunden), etwas gebräunt, hs. 'Stürler' auf Titelbl., Halb-Pergament d. Zeit. Buchdeckel bezogen mit Buntpapier, Schönes Exemplar.. Vollst. Titel: ... und mit nützlichen so wol Ausländischen als Einheimischen Gewächsen/ Blumen und Bäumen zu besetzen und im Stande zu erhalten sey: Auch wie die Witterungs-Zeichen nach der gemeinen Practick abzunehmen Wobey I. Ein Medicinalisches Kräuter-Buch von Krafft und Wirckung der Kräuter und Anweisung zum Kräuter-Garten. II. Ein Monatlich Memorial wornach die Garten-Arbeit einzurichten. III. Ein Unterricht von der Bienen-Wartung. Bey dieser neuen Auflage verbessert und vermehret mit dem sehr herrlichen Tractat von Nützlichen Baum-Beschneiden und Der rechten Baum-Zucht Insonderheit der Zwerg-Bäume: sammt einer Verzeichniss desbesten Franz. Obstes Vormahls in Französis Sprache herausgegeben von Mons. Rene Dahuron Königl. Preusischer Hoff-Gärtner.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Hunt Botanical Catalogue -

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        Mosaisches Licht und Recht. Das ist, Richtige und erbauliche Erklärung Der fünf Bücher Mosis, Darinn nachdem aus der Schöpfung von Gott hergeleiteten Ursprunge des menschlichen Geschlechts, beschrieben Ist.

      Samuel Benjamin Walther, Halle, Leipzig 1732. ERSTE AUFLAGE Schweinsleder/Pergament Solide. Noch Titel: "Wie Gott die der ersten Welt vor und nach der Sündfluth geoffenbarete seligmachende Religion, Unter dem jüdischen Volcke, Nebst dem Gesetze, In dem Evangelio vom Meßia, sowol durch Verheissungen, als Vorbilder, nach der Levitischen Oeconomie, zur allgemeinen Kundschaft öffentlich dargestellet, Und damit einen vesten Grund zu aller erfolgten schriftlichen und mündlichen Aufklärung, hauptsächlich zur Evangelischen Oeconomie, geleget habe. Nebst einer Ausführlichen Einleitung in die gantze Heilige Schrift von der Wahrheit ihres göttlichen Ursprungs Innhalts und Zwecks, auch von ihrer zum Glauben und Leben verbindlichen Auctorität." KOLLATIONIERT, KOMPLETT! Dekorativer, blindgeprägter Pergamentbezug auf Holzdeckel gespannt, nicht 100%ig sauber, aber solide und unverletzt, 6 Bünde, Portrait von Joachim Lange als Frontispiz, Titelseite zweifarbig gestaltet, Ausruf des Autors, Vorbericht mit hübscher Vignette, zweispaltig gedruckt, nicht paginiert, ansonsten 1252 paginierte Seiten, doppelspaltig gedruckt, fast stockfleckenfrei, klare Typographie, dekorative Initialen, Inhalt: Ausführliche Einleitung in die Heilige Schrift, Richtige und erbauliche Erklärung des ersten Buchs Mosis, Richtige und erbauliche Erklärung des andern Buch Mosis (mit chronologischer Tabelle), Ordentliche Eintheilung des dritten Buchs Mosis und richtige erbauliche Erklärung, Anhang etlicher theolgischen Bedencken von gewissen Ehefällen nach 3 B. Mos. C. 18, Richtige und erbauliche Erklärung des vierten Buchs Mosis, Richtige und erbauliche Erklärung des fünften Buchs Mosis, Erster Anhang von der Prüfung Spenceri, Apendix mit sechs Dissertationen, Theologisches Bedencken, Index und Register (nicht paginiert). Die ersten Seiten minimal fleckig, ansonsten sauber und gut erhalten. 22,5 x 36,5 Cm. 4,1 Kg.

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        Arithmetica Universalis; sive de compositione et resolutione arithmetica liber.

      Leyden; Apud Joh. Et Herm. Verbeek, 1732. 4:o. 26x21 cm. (7, 1 blank), 344 pp. + 13 folding plates. Contemporary sprinkled calf with six raised bands, gilt decorations in compartments and red leather label. A small hole at base of spine and a short tear in lower front folding. Rear folding has a wormhole. A scrape mark on the spine label. Front board has a series of light stains and ''14'' in handwriting. There is a small loss at rear top corner, the other corners are slightly bumped. Front free endpaper has a cornerloss, a short tear in outer margin and three signatures of previous owners; the first dated 1819, the second by John Tandberg is dated 1948, and the third 1982, by Hans Moëll. Tandberg (1896-1968) was a Norwegian-Swedish physicist, chemist and author. There is a small hole in lower margin on the front endpaper and the first five leaves. Contents have a few scattered specks, and recurring light dampstains in margins. The plates are mainly dampstained in margins, but some of them also in the picture areas. There is a minimal loss at top corner of pp. 277 and onwards. The Arithmetica Universalis was first printed i London in 1707, edited by William Whiston, who ''extracted from Newton a somewhat reluctant permission to print it. Among several new theorems on various points in algebra and the theory of equations, Newton here enunciates the following important results. He explains that the equation whose roots are a solution of a given problem will have as many roots as their are different probable cases... He extends Descartes' rules of signs to give limits to the number of imaginary roots... The most interesting theorem contained in the work is his attempt to find a rule (analogous to that of Descartes for real roots) by which the number of imaginary roots of a equation can be determined." (Ball, A Short History of Mathematics, pp. 330-331). The Leyden e.dition is the third Latin edition. Babson 204, Gray 279

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        A Collection of Voyages and Travels,

      London: Printed for John Walthoe, Thomas Wotton, and 5 others,, 1732. Some Now first Printed from original Manuscripts, Others Now first Published in English. In Six Volumes. With a General preface, giving an Account of the progress of Navigation, from its first Beginning. Illustrated with a great Number of useful Maps and Cuts, Curiously Engraven. 6 volumes, folio (351 × 216 mm). Contemporary speckled calf, rebacked, brown morocco labels, spines attractively gilt in compartments, Northern Light Board stamps to heads of spines and ruling to boards gilt, red sprinkled edges. Arms of subscribers in volume I, 2 portrait frontispieces of John Nieuhoff and Philip Baldaeus, and engraved titles to volumes II and III, 164 plates and maps, vignettes and woodcuts throughout. Somewhat flaked and crackled on the boards, but spines presenting very well, light browning, else very good. Second, enlarged edition. "Compiled by Awnsham and John Churchill, this is a very valuable collection, both for its range of coverage and for the fact that it gives the original accounts" (Hill). It includes the voyages of Nieuhoff, Baldaeus, and Thomas Phillips. Originally published in 1704 in four volumes, this edition includes an additional two volumes. By the third edition (1744-7), the work had grown to eight volumes. Awnsham Churchill was John Locke&#39;s publisher, and in the third edition the preliminary essay on the history of navigation is described as being &#39;supposed to be written by the celebrated Mr. Locke&#39;, and it was included in the 1812 edition of his works. However, "The authorship is doubtful, but Locke had much to do with getting together the materials of the collection, which is likely to have been produced at his instigation. Locke was upon friendly terms with Awnsham Churchill for many years, and left him a small legacy" (DNB).

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        Manifest, Worinn die Seditiosa-Facta Und andere in grosser Menge verübte Insolentien Der aufgestandenen Saltzburgischen Unterthanen im Gebürg, dem Publico vorgelegt, und diesem zu urtheilen überlassen wird, Ob sie sich dadurch nicht aller in dem Westphälischen Friedens-Schluß Denen Emigranten zu gutem stipulirten Beneficien verlustiget, und selbst unwürdig gemacht haben

      Stadtamhof, Druck von Johann Franz Hanck, Anjetzo zu finden bey Christoph Windhauern (in Erfurt), 1732.. 168 S. Buntpapier-Umschlag.

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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 And Antiquities Of Harwich,&, Dovercourt In the County of Essex. To which is added a Large Appendix: Containing The Natural History of the Sea-Coast, & Country about Harwich, Particularly the Cliff, Fossils, Plants,Trees, Birds, & Fishes

      London: Printed for C: Davis, T:Osborn, & H:Linton, THE SECOND EDITION,1732 - 22.5cm x 18cm, xxiv, 464pp, Illustrated with a Varity of Copper Plates [14 Full Page - some folding], titlepage repaired, neat ink annotations throughout [relivant to text], plus numerous additional pieces of ephemera/notes. Internally in Very Good condition consistent with age. Rebound in Full modern Calf with raised bands & red label. A Nice copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'ETAT MILITAIRE DE L'EMPIRE OTTOMAN, ses PROGRES et sa DECADENCE.

      The Hague / Amsterdam Pieter Gosse and others 1732 - FIRST EDITION 1732, 2 volumes in one, parallel text in French and Italian, facing title pages printed in red and black with engraved vignette to each, folio, approximately 395 x 260 mm, 15½ x 10 inches, 45 engraved plates, 44 numbered plus one supplement plate not numbered, 5 double page, 10 are in the text, 3 folding maps of which two are nicely coloured, 3 folding tables, 5 large engraved pictorial chapter headings, tailpieces and some pictorial intials, pages: Part 1: xvi, 1-151; Part 2: with its own title pages printed in red and black with vignette to each, 1-199, bound in full modern black morocco, gilt lettering, rules and decoration to spine, gilt lettering to upper cover with gilt decoration to outer edge, new marbled endpapers, edges speckled red. Ex library Royal Artillery, pale damp staining to lower margins and just affecting some inner margins, mostly to the early and last pages not affecting text or illustrations, original endpapers pasted to the new ones, first title pages have some light foxing, occasionl foxing to text, evidence of removal of labels from first free endpaper, large engraved bookplate of the Royal Artillery Library on first pastedown, small pale library stamp, to blank side of the French title page, top margin of the Italian title page and top margin of page 25, not affecting text, otherwise no evidence of library markings, inner hinges neatly strengthened by imitation leather, first gutter between endpaper and title page has been neatly strengthened by binder's linen tape, otherwise a good clean tight copy. The present work is a survey of the military administration, finance and commerce of the Ottoman Empire, containing considerable detail on the military arsenal of the Empire. See Sotheby's, The Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part 10, page 236, item 3644; Sotheby's, The Libary of Henry M. Blackmer II, item 211; Brunet, Manuel du Libraire, Volume 3, page 1475; The Sefik E. Atabey Collection, The Ottoman World, Volume 2, item 776. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        L&#39;ETAT MILITAIRE DE L&#39;EMPIRE OTTOMAN, ses PROGRES et sa DECADENCE

      The Hague / Amsterdam, Pieter Gosse and others, 1732.. FIRST EDITION 1732, 2 volumes in one, parallel text in French and Italian, facing title pages printed in red and black with engraved vignette to each, folio, approximately 395 x 260 mm, 15½ x 10 inches, 45 engraved plates, 44 numbered plus one supplement plate not numbered, 5 double page, 10 are in the text, 3 folding maps of which two are nicely coloured, 3 folding tables, 5 large engraved pictorial chapter headings, tailpieces and some pictorial intials, pages: Part 1: xvi, 1-151; Part 2: with its own title pages printed in red and black with vignette to each, 1-199, bound in full modern black morocco, gilt lettering, rules and decoration to spine, gilt lettering to upper cover with gilt decoration to outer edge, new marbled endpapers, edges speckled red. Ex library Royal Artillery, pale damp staining to lower margins and just affecting some inner margins, mostly to the early and last pages not affecting text or illustrations, original endpapers pasted to the new ones, first title pages have some light foxing, occasionl foxing to text, evidence of removal of labels from first free endpaper, large engraved bookplate of the Royal Artillery Library on first pastedown, small pale library stamp, to blank side of the French title page, top margin of the Italian title page and top margin of page 25, not affecting text, otherwise no evidence of library markings, inner hinges neatly strengthened by imitation leather, first gutter between endpaper and title page has been neatly strengthened by binder&#39;s linen tape, otherwise a good clean tight copy. The present work is a survey of the military administration, finance and commerce of the Ottoman Empire, containing considerable detail on the military arsenal of the Empire. See Sotheby&#39;s, The Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part 10, page 236, item 3644; Sotheby&#39;s, The Libary of Henry M. Blackmer II, item 211; Brunet, Manuel du Libraire, Volume 3, page 1475; The Sefik E. Atabey Collection, The Ottoman World, Volume 2, item 776. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Kitab-i Cihan-nüma [Jihan-numa, The mirror of the world].

      Probably Istanbul, first third of 18th century. - Folio (286 x 180 mm). 581 ff. and 4 blanks (complete, numbered 1-297, 297-497 [313 omitted, 368 and 374-376 counted twice], 2 blanks, 298-299, double-page map on single leaf, 300-378 ff., 2 final blanks). With a total of 45 full-page hand-coloured manuscript maps and 7 hand-coloured illustrations and tables. 15-31 (but mostly 29) lines, some of the manuscript text framed within gilt borders. Manuscript paper in Ottoman Turkish in slightly irregular but well legible Nast'aliq script in black and red ink. Contemporary Turkish brown giltstamped calf. Stored in custom-made blue half calf clamshell box. The hitherto inaccessible, most comprehensive manuscript of the first modern geography and atlas of the Islamic world. While only ten manuscripts comprising both parts of the Cihan-nüma are known to exist (the famous first printing carried out by Müteferrika in 1732 contains the second part only, expanded by an appendix commissioned for the printed edition), the present manuscript is the only one known to contain both parts in full as well as Müteferrika's addenda in contemporary manuscript, making it unique in uniting all known traditions of the "Mirror of the World" in a single volume (cf. below). Its author, the historian, bibliographer and geographer Katib Celebi (1609-57), was one of the principal intellectual figures of the 17th century Ottoman empire. This work of world geography was his masterpiece, drawing from European atlases and other sources and making them available to the Islamic world for the first time. Celebi's first manuscript version was begun in 1648 and dealt with Muslim Spain, North Africa and Ottoman Europe. This first version quickly enjoyed a wide circulation in manuscripts, and some 18 copies are known. A 1654 revision, compiled after the author had acquired a copy of the Mercator-Hondius Atlas minor, included Asia; this substantially different version (not overlapping with the former) was copied rarely at first: most dated copies were not prepared before the end of the 17th or the 18th century. It is the latter ms. tradition on which Ibrahim Müteferrika drew when he printed the work in 1732, but he also included additions (mostly by the geographer Abu Bakr) that provided descriptions of the Asian parts of the Ottoman Empire, covering Iraq, the Arabian Peninsula, and Anatolia. - While the present ms. was originally conceived as a combined manuscript of the two manuscript traditions, it also contains - inserted between the original folios 297 and 298 - an addendum (without illustrations, foliated 297-497) written in a different hand but more or less at the same time, which mainly contains the text of the supplement that also appears in Müteferrika's printed edition. It is thus extremely likely that both the the continuous text (pp. 1-297, 298-378) and this inserted portion (pp. 297-497) were both prepared in Müteferrika's scribal workshop or by a school closely associated with it. As evidenced by the foliation, apparently supplied by a single, contemporary hand throughout, the inserted addendum was always intended for this very manuscript: probably, a second scribe worked from an independent source at a time when the remainder of the ms. was already well advanced; the jumbled page numbering points to some error in transmission when the various portions of text were conflated. Whereas the original configuration of the ms. corresponds to a number of others, the insertion of Müteferrika?s continuation makes it unique: no other known copy of Cihan-nüma contains this tripartite division. The maps are largely independent of the engravings found in the printed edition and would seem to follow various separate manuscript models. In especial, the present ms. contains two maps of the Arabian Gulf not present in Müteferrika's publication: one shows Persian Iraq in the north, the entire Gulf region from Basrah to the Gulf of Oman, and the northern coastline of the Arabian Peninsula, with Bahrain, Qatar, and Ruus al-Jib [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Raccolta di privilegj, Ducali, Giudizi, Terminazioni e Decreti pubblici sopra varie materie giuridizionali, civili, criminali, ed economiche concernenti la città e provincia di Brescia

      dalle Stampe di Gian-batista Bossino,, In Brescia, 1732 - In-folio (cm. 33), pp. (4) 505 (3). Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, dorso liscio con titoli su tassello al dorso. Un paio di piccole lacune ai piatti, ma esemplare complessivamente fresco, genuino e marginoso, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Le bibliografie parlano di un numero maggiore di pagine tra le preliminari, verosimilmente contenenti gli indici dei capitoli e qui non presenti (dall'origine?). Stimata edizione di questa raccolta statutaria riguardante la città di Brescia in cui troviamo documenti databili dal 1192 al 1732 e la cui compilazione è attribuita a Federico Mazzucchelli Maruli. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tenediorum Respublica e tenebris antiquitatum eruta, numísq; illustrata.

      Havniæ [Copenhagen] 1732. With woodcuts. (11) + 115 pp. Copy on thick paper bound in contemporary panelled leather, binding marked of use. Present from Th. A. Müller to Henning Friis.. 2nd fullfilled edition, first published 1731. Bibl. Danica II, 479

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        A New Drawing Book of Modes

      London: Printed for Richard Ware. [1732]. First. First edition. Octavo. Engraved title page plus twelve additional plates engraved by George Bickham, Jr., B. Cole, and Picart. Full contemporary blindstamped calf. Rebacked. Bookplate of Sir John Sterling Maxwell. Corners worn, an about very good copy; internally about fine. The plates depict costumes and styles, followed by blank leaves for drawing. OCLC locates seven copies. .

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        Memorials of the English Affairs: Or, an Historical Account of What Passed from the Beginning of the Reign of King Charles the First, to King Charles the Second His Happy Restauration. Containing the Publick Transactions, Civil and Military:

      London: J Tonson , 1732. Together With the Private Consultations and Secrets of the Cabinet. With a compleat index. A new edition: with many additions never before printed. 10 pages (unpaginated) + 702pp + 13 page index. Full leather covers with gilt embellishments to margins, bands and gilt titles to spine, marbled edpapes, ribbon bookmark. Covers have wear to spine ends, some rubbing and cracks to joints and panels of spine, tape repair to bottom of spine. Internally in very good condition, just a very little age shading to endpapers, pages tight, clean and unmarked. Extremely heavy.. Full-Leather. Good+. Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall.

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        L&#39;Etat Militaire De L&#39;Empire Ottoman. Parts I-II

      The Hague: Pierre Gosse, Jean Neaulme, De Hondt & Moetjens, 1732. Leather Bound. Very Good. Folio. 2 volumes in one. [vi], [ix]-xvi, 151pp.; [ii], 199pp. French and Italian dual column text. Full bound in contemporary leather. Marbled boards. 7 raised bands and 8 compartments. Gilt flourishes to compartments. Small to head of spine. Light rubbing to extremities. Stain to bottom corner of title page. Book features 2 hand-colored folding maps, one uncolored folding map, 34 full-plates, illustrations throughout text and multiple folding tables. Plate XXXIV torn and lacking upper left corner. Pages clean and unmarked with light to moderate toning. Please see our pictures.<br> Count Luigi Ferdinando Marsigli was an Italian soldier and naturalist from Bologna. As a member of an old patrician family he was educated in accordance with his rank. He supplemented his training by studying mathematics, anatomy, and natural history with the best teachers and by personal observations.He traveled through the Ottoman Empire collecting data on its military organization, as well as on its natural history.

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        Franc-Aleu de Provence.

      - Aix, chez Joseph David, 1732, 295 p. + 8 p., plein veau d'époque, 26x19.5cm, cuir épidermé, dorures passées, un tampon d'appartenance sur la page de titre, une déchirure sans manque d'environ 3cm en bordure de la page de titre, intérieur propre pour le reste et sans rousseur. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Country Gentleman and Farmer&#39;s Monthly Director. Containing necessary instructions for the management and improvement of a farm, in every month of the Year. Also Bound in Virgil&#39;s Husbandry Second Edition. 1724

      London: Woodman , 1732. Sixth edition with large additions and improvements, pp.xxi, 185 also bound to the rear is the complete Virgil&#39;s Husbandry 2nd edition, second book 1724 pp.xxviii, 50, and notes. Frontisepiece, half title and title page present to both. Original boards, later calf spine with gilt title, five raised band, very good with a little general wear and rubbing to boards only. Contents clean and tight, new endpapers, light water mark to the first few pages, otherwise very clean with no browning or spotting, no annotation. A very good copy. Sixth Edition. Hardback. Very Good/No dust jacket. 8vo (11 X 17cm).

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

      S. Gerrish Boston: S. Gerrish. 1732. Hardcover. Very Good. 1732 Full paneled contemporary calf 8vo: [12], 220, vi, 76, [4]. Lovely early American binding in excellent condition: supple leather with handsome tooling, some wear to outer joints and inner hinges split but boards are still firmly attached with cords. In very good condition with stamp to front pastedown. Foredge of page 181 apparently torn by the printer's pressure, with the tear running down the right margin. Previous owner's signatures to flyleaf and title page, else clean and unmarked. Rare.

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        Twelve Months of Fruit

      London - Robert Furber, 1732 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Three plates from Robert Furber&#39;s large scale fruit series. The plates are from April, May and August 1732. Hand-coloured and engraved after the paintings of Pieter Casteels. Condition: Oneplate is mounted on card and the remaining two are mounted on wooden board. Age-toning and evidence of past worming causing slight loss affecting both plates on wood. Repairs to plate on card. Overall: GOOD ONLY.

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        FASTI ANTICHI DI TARENTO oggi TARANTO

      STAMPERIA DEI TERZANI 1732 Sonetti del P. Gaetano di S. Margherita, Grottagliese, cherico regolare delle scuole Pie, Pastore arcade. Consacrati all'illustrissimo Signore, il Signor D. Federico Valignani marchese di Cepagatti per S.M.C.C. presidente della regia Camera di Napoli, fra gli Arcadi Nivalgo Aliarteo. Volume con segni di usura dovuti al tempo.

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        Royal Genealogies: or, the Genealogical Tables of Emperors, Kings and Princes, From Adam to these Times; in Two Parts.

      Printed for the author by James Bettenham, London 1732 - (18p) - 812 pages - (18p, Index). Top board is detached, spine is damaged. Can be easily repaired by a bookbinder. Inside pages are in very good condition, unmarked, clean and tight. VERY SCARCE. Photos available upon request. Heavy book (7kg) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Louis Caron]
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        (History, United Kingdom, 105 Maps / Plates): Britannia Romana: Or the Roman Antiquities of Britain: In Three Books

      London: John Osborn and Thomas Longman , 1732. Large, heavy 14.5 inch folio, with full contemporary leather boards, 6 banded gilt decorated spine (chipped but legible), hinges starting (front cover would not take much to come off; binding relatively tight). Ex-library (Hampstead Public Libraries, small stamps on verso most maps, and upper right margin of most plates- not on images). Leather covers scuffed, rubbed, chipped at edges. Interior, other than the library marks, is very good or better, with the 105 plates and maps (often itineraries, with sites of forts and other landmarks present) in generally excellent condition. Nice margins, very little browning, virtually no foxing.Title and half title, endpapers present. There are 520 pp text, plus: 1. A Chronological Table of Occurrences Relating to the Roman affairs in Britain 2. Index. Also dedication to Sir Richard Ellys Bart., and Preface (xxxii). The front pastedown shows the reference dept. label of the libray, and the title page has an owners signature penned neatly and dated 1770 (Ever Buckworth?). John Horsley was a presbyterian minister and archaelogist, well-published. This offering was issued just posthumously, and reflects a major early attempt to describe the geography of Britain in the Roman period. The first map is an overview of Britain, double page, titled "Britannia Romana collected from Ptolemy, Antonine&#39;s Itinerary, the Notitia, and Inscriptions. It has a table of ancient place names, and a table of the "British People mentioned by Ptolemy". In additiion to the maps, there are plates of regional alphabets and articfacts. A reprint edition of this work was published in 1974 by Frank Graham, and the British Library site lists this work as one of the "seminal texts from the past". All three books bound as one: history of all Roman transactions in Britain, collection of Roman inscriptions and sculptures, Roman geography of Britain. In spite of the flaws, a nice copy of an impressive and historically significant work. . First Edition.

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        Cymbalum mundi, ou dialogues satyriques Sur differens Sujets. Avec une Lettre Critique dans laquelle on fait l'Histoire, l'Analyse, & l'Apologie de cet Ouvrage. Par Prosper Marchand. Nouvelle édition. Revûe, corrigée & augmentée de Notes & Remarques, communiquées par plusieurs Scavans.

      Prosper Marchand, Amsterdam (eigentl. Paris) 1732 - Kl.-8vo. Mit gest. Titel als Frontispiz, 1 gest. Titelvign., 1 gr. Titelkupfer u. 4 Kupfertaf. nach B. Picart. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 2 Bl., XXX S., 1 w. Bl., 243 S., 2 Bl. Ldr. d. Zeit auf 5 Bünden m. stark beriebener Rückengoldpräg. Marmorierte Vorsätze, Rotschnitt. Brunet 2, 644. - Weller II, S. 94. - Die wirklichen Herausgeber (la Monnoye, Paris) erwähnen im Vorwort, daß Sie i. Ggs. zu Marchands Amsterdamer Ausgabe von 1711 die wirkliche erste Ausgabe von Des Périers von 1537 herangezogen haben. - Gelenke angeplatzt, Ecken bestoßen, Rücken stark berieben, m. kl. Fehlstellen oben u. unten. Vorsatz m. altem Namen u. modernem Stempel. Über das 1. Drittel d. Buchblocks Bräunung im Gelenk. gr.

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        Lexicon hebraicum

      Typis Seminarii, apud Joannem Manfrè,, Patavini, 1732 - Cm. 24, pp. (12) 652. Capolettera, testatine e finalini in xilografia. Leg. coeva in piena perg. rigida con titoli in oro al dorso. Ben conservato. Importante lexicon ebraico del celebre orientalista padovano (1693-1762). Edizione originale. Cfr. Graesse, VI, 2, 506.

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        May 1732

      [from "Twelve Months of Fruit"]. London: Robert Furber, 1732. Copper engraving by Henry Fletcher after Casteels, contemporary hand-colouring. Good condition, neatly repaired tears to margins. 18 5/8 x 15 inches. A marvellous cornucopia of real fruit. Robert Furber was a nurseryman with gardens near Hyde Park gate in Kensington, and for many years a churchwarden at St. Mary Abbot&#39;s, Kensington. Following on from the success of his Twelve months of Flowers catalogue (first published in 1730), Furber employed the same methods two years later, when publicising the wide range of fruit that he could provide to the great gardens of England: each plate depicts different arrangements of fruit &#39;arranged on or around bowls, dishes, or baskets ... from the apples and pears of January and February to the cherries, currants, mulberries, plums, peaches, strawberries, and other soft fruit of June ... [A total of 364 varieties] are shown, each one numbered in reference to the names printed below each picture. By the name of each variety is a letter S, D, E, or W, for standard, dwarf, espalier, or wall, and indicating its habit of growth and most productive method of treatment&#39; (Oak Spring Pomona p.65). This plate (like all the others in the series) is based on the incomparable paintings of Pieter Casteels (1684-1749) who came from Antwerp and settled in London in 1708. Between 1708 and 1735 (when he retired from painting) Casteels enjoyed great success with his paintings of nature: birds, flowers and, as here, fruit. Cf. Dunthorne 117; cf. Henrey III, 734; cf. Nissen BBI 765; cf. Oak Spring Pomona 26.

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