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2018-12-09 05:40:00
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-06 17:24:53
rabelais
1732. Oeuvres de Maître François Rabelais, publiées sous le titre de Faits et Dits du Géant Gargantua et de son fils Pantagruel, avec La Prognostication Pantagrueline, l'Epître du Limosin, la Crème Philosophale, deux Epîtres à deux Vieilles de moeurs & d'humeurs différentes, & des Remarques Historiques & Critiques de Monsieur Le Duchat, sur tout l'Ouvrage. Reliure signée P.LEFEBVRE , plein veau roulette sur les plats (extérieur/intérieur) quelques manques infimes, certains mors fendillés, mais bien solides, nombreux frottés.Pièces de titre maroquin rouge. Reliure très bien travaillée. Papier très frais et de belle qualité. Les planches sont complètes, y compris la carte. 6 tomes en 5 volumes bien complet, in-12 de (2) ff., lii, 388 pp. ; (2) ff., XVI, 331 pp. ; (2) ff., xxviii, 334 pp. ; (2) ff., lxxii, 358 pp. ; (2) ff., xx, 274 pp. - (1) f.b., (2) ff., 183 pp., Réédition de la première édition critique et commentée de Rabelais (1711). Le travail originel des deux éditeurs scientifiques, Le Duchat et La Monnoye, a été repris et à certains endroits complété par Jamet l'aîné et Thomas Gueullette. Annotation manuscrite au premier feuillet (dont, prix de vente à 6 500 F) L'ouvrage est illustré de 5 gravures en taille-douce : une représentation de Rabelais dans son cabinet de travail par J. B. Scotin, un portrait en médaillon de Maître François, 4 planches dépliantes : Le dedans de la chambre de Rabelais, une vue topographique de La Devinière, Le dehors de la chambre de Rabelais à Chinon, ainsi qu'une Carte du Chinonois. Tchemerzine, Editions originales et rares XVe-XVIIIe sièc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bibliorun [St DENIS, RE]
2018-12-05 20:14:02
Sté Gens de Lettres PSALMANAZAR & SALMON
Condition: Etat correct. LA HAYE, P. Gosse & J. Neaulme ,etc... - 1732, 1749 - Edition Originale - 6 volumes In-4 - 1/2 Reliure très frottée, avec manques, plats vélin de réemploi (d'époque) - rousseurs éparses , globalement intérieurs, plans, cartes et gravures fraîches- Envoi rapide et soigné. 6 Volumes - T. I, II, III, VI, VII & X - - L'histoire universelle de la création du monde - Par Une Société de Gens de Lettres (PSALMANAZAR Georges & SALMON Thomas, etc..) LA HAYE, P. Gosse & J. Neaulme , &.. - 1732, 1749 - Edition Originale - 6 volumes In-4 - 1/2 Reliure très frottée, avec manques, plats vélin de réemploi (d'époque) - rousseurs éparses. T. I) Contenant histoire asiatique depuis la création jusqu'au déluge - Depuis le déluge jusqu'à Abraham - d'Egypte jusqu'à Alexandre - Des Peuples de Canaan. 12,Table (2), 631 pages - 1planche dépliante de la généalogie de Noé . T. II) Contenant l'histoire des Anciens Syriens, l'Histoire de Phéniciens & l'Histoire de Juifs depuis Abraham jusqu'à Saül (2), 678pages - 2 Cartes de la Syrie et de la Phénicie, Etats desCananéens, Moabites, Hammonites, Madianites, Iduméens, Amalécites avant et lors de la sortie des Israélites d'Egypte - 5 planches dépliantes deTadmor, Palmire, Sépultures phéniciennes, Camp d'Israël. T. III) Contenant l'histoire des Juifs sous leur gouvernement Monarchique - Histoire d'Assyrie - Histoire des Babyloniens - histoire de Medes - Histoire de Perse. Epitre dédicatoire (4), Plan de l'ouvrage (4), Préface (62), 574 pages - rousseurs éparses - La préface comprend les de longueur Anglaises, Grecques, Romaines dans … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: boistibaut53 [brest, FR]
2018-12-05 05:41:59
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-12-05 05:41:59
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-30 05:43:24
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-29 07:51:46
MANUSCRIPT RECEIPT BOOK. (KNIGHTLEY, Angell)
1732-[c.1764] 62pp ms. in three or more hands on both sides of 31 4to leaves; 2 leaves with marginal tears, pinned in. Bound with numerous blanks in contemp. full vellum, attractively uplettered in a 20thC hand; soiled & a little bowed. Contemp. inscription on first leaf: 'Angell Knightley her Receipt Book Anno 1732-1741', Contemp. engraving of Frederick Prince of Wales on leading pastedown, modern bookplate of R. Anthony Stephenson on first leaf.A nice mid eighteenth century receipt book with roughly three quarters made up of culinary recipes, the remainder being medical receipts. Some are exuberantly titled: 'to make Westphalia Hams absolutely the best way', 'A carraway cake the best in the world', and 'An extraordinary plum cake'. The recipes, especially for the savoury dishes, are detailed, well written and evidently by a skilled cook. This can be seen in the recipe for 'Veal a la mode':'Take a half fillett of veal & lard it thro. the meat with pieces of bacon as thick as your finger season'd with cloves, mace & a little salt & pepper. Screw it up as hard & round as you can then cover the bottom of your stewpan with thin slices of fatt & lean bacon then putt in the veal & lett it over a charcole fire being close coverd, lett it ffry in that being often turned till it is of a good brown then putt in about half a pint of water 3 or 4 bay leaves 2 or 3 blades of mace, if it is a large fillett lett it stew better than 2 hours then it is enough: take it outt & strain all the bacon & what is in the liquor outt & thicken it up with the yolk or 2 of an egg beat with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jarndyce Rare Books [UK]
2018-11-29 00:34:59
Navarrete, Domingo Fernández de
London, [1732]. Folio, pp. [iv], 380; text printed in two columns. Lacking the two plates. A handsome copy bound in old polished calf boards, recent calf spine. Navarrete, a Dominican friar, served as a missionary in China for many years and was much opposed to the Jesuits' accommodation to traditional Chinese customs in the notorious Rites Controversy. His book, a valued and sympathetic account of China, first appeared in Spanish in 1676 and became popular through much of Europe, especially among those hostile to the Jesuits (see Löwendahl 165). There was no separate English edition, but the present (abridged) translation was first published in Awnsham and John Churchill's multi-volume 'Collection of voyages' (1704). The 'Collection' was several times reprinted: from the details given by Morrison the present extract comes from the 1732 edition. Morrison I, p. 551; see Cordier BS 1945; Lust 20
Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia) [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-25 08:55:47
De Thoyras, Rapin and N[icolas]
For James, John and Paul Knapton, London; 1732 and 1751. Folio. Second edition. In five volumes translated from the original French by Nicolas Tindal (1687- 27 June 1774). Here, Tindal continued Rapin's the work adding three more volumes. Tindal later did a 13 volume translation. Tindal enlarged the volumes in their second edition (1732) to contain notes, genealogical tables and maps of his own composition. For James, John and Paul Knapton, London; 1732 Vol. I: For James, John and Paul Knapton, London; 1732 849(1)pp. Frontispiece plus 44 engravings, 4 maps. Vol. II: For James, John and Paul Knapton, London; 1732. 807pp., [19]pp. index, 12pp. Frontispiece plus 17 engraving. The heads of the Kings of England. Vol. III. [but vol. I] For John and Paul Knapton, London 1751. The Continuation 796pp. Leaves (toned) Frontispiece plus 16 engravings, 4 maps. Vol. IV [but vol. II: For John and Paul Knapton; London, 1751. The Continuation].706pp. [31]pp. index, 16 maps (Calif. As an Island) Frontispiece plus 18 engravings, some toning to leaves and maps. Vol. V : For John and Paul Knapton, London; 1751. [2], 274, iv, 40, 22, 37 full page engravings, 52 folding maps or plans. A Summary of Mr. Rapin de Throyras's History of England and of Mr. Tindal's Continuation from the Invasion of Julius Caesar, to the End of the Reign of King George I. Engraved vignette title page in red and black. From the library of John Somerset Pakington, 1st Baron of Hampton with his bookplate. A very nice set bound in contemporary calf ruled in gilt, a few earlier cosmetic to corners and joints, original gilt d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA [Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A.]
2018-11-21 02:04:54
Mailer, Norman
Condition: Very Good. Certified second hand articles More than 3.000.000 articles in shop Easy and safe purchase Die Nackten und die Toten. Roman. by Mailer, Norman | Book | condition very good Condition second hand - very good Publisher Norman Mailer Medium Broschiert EAN 9783548205922 Delivery address: Change after payment is not possible. Shipping: To United Kingdom Books Fiction Books for children & teenagers Detective novels & thrillers ... and much more Music Pop Rock Children's music & audio stories ... and much more Movies Drama Action & Adventure Comedy & Entertainment ... and much more Games PlayStation 3 Nintendo DS PC ... and much more Software Children & Family Operating System School & Studies ... and much more Condition Description We try to assess the exact condition of the goods as objectively as possible. Prior to sale, each article is examined manually by us and its condition assessed according to the following criteria. Should there be deviations in any case from the condition stated, we would very much appreciate it if you would contact us before giving a review. Books & Media: new: Unused article in top condition The article is shrink-wrapped where it is delivered in this condition by the manufacturer very good: Second-hand article is in a very good condition Article hardly shows any traces of usage Pages are undamaged and contain no markings or notes Jacket or accessories are intact if included in the scope of delivery Jacket and accessories are intact where included in the scope of delivery. Jacket, cover and booklet may have just slight signs of usa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: momox-shop1 [Berlin, DE]
2018-11-17 20:37:22
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-14 02:23:29
LE BRUYN, Cornelius
P. Gosse & J. Neaulme, La Haye, 1732. Cinque volumi in 4°, pp. 648, 565, 520, 522, 498. Opera riccamente illustrata con il ritratto dell'autore, 5 cartes e 85 tavole, alcune ripiegate, raffiguranti vedute di città, costumi, antichità, fauna e flora dei luoghi visitati Mezza pelle dei primi anni del XX secolo. Copia in buono stato. Edizione definitiva, che raccoglie i due viaggi intrapresi da Corneille Le Brun, il primo fra il 1674 e il 1693, in Italia, nelle isole del mare Egeo e in Medio Oriente, dove visitò Constantinopoli, l'Egitto e la Palestine. Nel suo secondo viaggio , fra il 1701 e il 1708, attraversò la Moscovia e raggiunse la Persia e poi le Indie Olandesi. Cfr. Graesse, I, 552. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis (ALAI-ILAB) [Torino, Italy]
2018-11-13 15:40:23
MORÉRI (Louis)
Le grand dictionnaire historique, ou Le mélange curieux de l'histoire sacrée et profane, qui contient en abrégé l'Histoire fabuleuse des Dieux & Héros de l'Antiquité Payenne : Les vies et les actions remarquables des patriarches, des juges, des rois des Juifs, des papes, des saints pères & anciens docteurs orthodoxes ; des évêques, des cardinaux, & autres prélats célèbres ; des hérésiarques et des schismatiques, avec leurs principaux dogmes ; des empereurs, des rois, des princes illustres & des grands capitaines ; des auteurs anciens et modernes, des philosophes, des inventeurs des arts ; & de ceux qui se sont rendus recommandables en toutes sortes de professions, par leur science, par leurs ouvrages, & par quelque action éclatante ; l'établissement et le progrès des ordres religieux & militaires ; & la vie de leurs fondateurs ; les généalogies de plusieurs familles illustres de France, & d'autres pays ; la description des Empires, Royaumes, Républiques, Provinces, villes, isles, montagnes, fleuves, & autres lieux considérables de l'ancienne & nouvelle géographie : où l'on remarque la situation, l'étendue, & la qualité du pays, la religion, le gouvernement, les mœurs, & les coutumes des peuples : où l'on voit les dignitez, les magistratures ou titres d'honneur : les religions & sectes des Chrétiens, des Juifs & des Payens : les principaux noms des arts et des sciences : les actions publiques & solennelles : les jeux, les fêtes, &c. Les édits et les loix, dont l'histoire est curieuse, &c. L'histoire des conciles généraux et particuliers, sous le nom des lieux où ils ont été tenus. Le tout enrichi de remarques, de dissertations et de recherches curieuses, pour l'éclaircissement des difficultez de l'histoire, de la chronologie & de la géographie, tirée de différents auteurs, et surtout du dictionnaire critique de M. Bayle. Commencé en 1674 par M. Louis Moréri, prêtre, docteur en théologie, et continué par le même & par plusieurs auteurs de différents partis. Nouvelle e
(1732) Bel exemplaire de cet ouvrage qu'on ne présente plus, peu courant avec les Suppléments, dans une reliure uniforme. Titre frontispice gravé et portrait gravé de l'auteur dans le tome I, texte sur 2 colonnes.
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2018-11-13 05:40:51
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-09 23:48:21
Santa Cruz de Marcenado, Alvaro Navia Ossorio, Marques de
Rare Spanish work on the mercantilist policy of Spain regarding the American and Asian colonies. 1732. Madrid. Antonio Marin. 8vo (141 x 95 mm). [16], 256 pp., including half-title (“Rapsodia Económico-Política Monárquica”). Contemporary or slightly later mottled sheep gilt, spine darkened. Soiling and stains on opening leaves, stain on fore edges at end showing internally, else very good. 2,200 $ First edition, rare Spanish work on the mercantilist trade policy of Spain, and the trade with the West Indies, Americas and Africa, in which the author explains his economic and trade proposals for Spain and its colonies. The work is usually found missing the half title “Rapsodia Económico-Política Monárquica” “The writer advocates a. uniformity of weights, measures, and coinage; the construction of roads, canals, and bridges; the suppression of inland customs; moderate taxation of imports: and capital punishment and confiscation of goods, as a means of restraining contraband.” (Maggs, Catalogue No. 552. A catalogue of choice book, Economics, 871). Alden 732/220; Palau 188832. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2018-11-08 05:39:51
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-11-06 06:58:13
Yeh?ezk?el, 1667?-1749.
Alt?ona : [Aaron B. Elijah Cohen & Ephraim B. Hayyim Hekscher](1732). (FT) Hardcover, folio, 260 pages, 31 cm. In Hebrew. 1st edition. SUBJECT(S) : Responsa -- 1600-1800. Hebrew imprints -- Germany -- Altona. Title within ornamental border. Verso of title-page includes a diagram and a poem. OCLC lists 14 copies worldwide. Back cover missing. Wear to binding. Repair to spine. Bumped corners and edges. Yellowing of pages. (Heb-37-7), Es, heb3, rab8, spec5, ger7new
Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books [Brooklyn, NY, UNITED STATES]
2018-11-05 17:14:59
Mr. Rapin de Thoyras, N. Tindal
Condition: Good. Book Condition: Good Condition; Dustjacket: No Dust Jacket. Mr. Rapin de Thoyras, N. Tindal The History of England, (2 vols), with the Continuation from the Revolution to the Accession of King George II, Summary and Lists, (2 vols) First Edition Hardcover Published by James, John & Paul Knapton,1732 Good Condition For more pictures of this item scroll down to bottom .... Book Publishing Details Author: Mr. Rapin de Thoyras, N. Tindal Full title: The History of England, (2 vols), with the Continuation from the Revolution to the Accession of King George II, Summary and Lists, (2 vols) Publisher: Published by James, John & Paul Knapton, 1732Edition: First EditionBinding: HardcoverISBN: No ISBNSize: Large folioBook ID: 42015121229 Comments & Item Features First Edition. Vols 1 & 2 2nd edition, vols 3 & 4 1st edition. Category: British History, Medieval history. Language: English. ISBN: No ISBN. The History of England. Written in French by Mr. Rapin de Thoyras. Translated into English, with additional notes, by N. Tindal, Vicar of Great Waltham in Essex (Vols. I & II) and Continued from the Revolution to the Accession of King George II by N. Tindal (Vols. III & IV). Four matching contemporary full leather large folio volumes with some wear at spine-ends and rubbed edges, front joint/hinge of Volume II is split with cover attached by cords. Volume III has short split at head of front joint. Binding is otherwise sound. End-papers are a little darkened. Pages, plates, fold-out maps and tables are all clean. There is occasional light foxing to margins. Volume I - Bo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd [Doncaster, GB]
2018-11-04 19:37:22
MARSIGLI, Luigi Fernando.
The Hague / Amsterdam Pieter Gosse and others. 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, 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-11-03 05:39:14
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-31 19:32:50
Palladio, Andrea.
Vicenza. Francois Modena.1732. Zwei in einem Band. 50 x 36,5 cm. 32, 35 Seiten. Halbleder der Zeit. Gering bestoßen. Fowler 234; Millard IV, 72; Ornamentstichkatalog Bln. 1877. -- Mit gestochenem Porträtfrontispiz, 25 (17 doppelblattgroßen) Kupfertafeln und 2 gest. Vignetten. Erste Ausgabe in der Bearbeitung von Scamozzi, italienischer und französischer Text. Die Kupfer mit Grund- und Seitenrissen der Thermen des Agrippa, Nero, Vespasian, Titus, Diocletian u.a., sowie einigen architektonischen Details. - Breitrandig. Teilweise etwas stockfleckig, äußere Tafelränder gering gebräunt. ---- First edition by Scamozzi, based an Lord Burlington,s "Fabbriche antiche" of 1730. "Though the title page of the above work lists Burlington,s edition as Impresso in Londra l`anno 1732, the title page of that work is dated 1730 (Fowler9. Italien and French text. - Some foxing. Contemporary half-calf. Versand D: 3,00 EUR 18. Jahrhundert; Architektur; Italien; Kupferstiche
Bookseller: P.u.P. Hassold OHG [Germany]
2018-10-31 19:32:48
Dekorative Graphik. - Augsburger Barockstecher. - Paulus Decker.
Augsburg. Johann Jacob Kleinschmidt.um 1732. Kupferstich - Cupper Engraving. 83 x 55 cm. Plattenrand. Gut erhalten. Monumentaler Kupferstich von Paulus Decker, Nürnberg 1685 - 1742, verlegt und gestochen von Johann Jacob Kleinschmidt, Augsburg 1687 - 1772. Wohl einer der größten Kupferstiche mit der Darstellung der Salzburger Emigration. Mit einer zweisprachigen Unterschrift (Latein und Deutsch) mit einem Sinnspruch; SO WIRST DU ARMES VOLK IN MENGE AUSGETRIEBEN, WEIL SICH NACH GOTTES WORT DEM GLAUB UND LEBEN RICHT. SCHENKT DANN DAS CHRISTENTHUM DAS LIEBE HEIZET ÜBEN............ Der Kupferstich ist ein außergewöhnlich schöner Beweis der Augsburger Druckerkunst im 18. Jahrhundert. Minimal angestaubt, breitrandig und gut erhalten. SEHR SELTEN. Elaborate frame design of the explusion of Salzburg Protestants by Archbishop Firmian, October 1731. 2 men outside frame hold oval portraits of Luther and Speratus. On entablature, map of Brandenburg. Small vignettes of the emigration. Monumental cupper Engraving after Paulus Decker, Nurnberg 1685 - 1742. Maby one of the largest 18th Century print of the Salzurg Emigration. -- Overall in good condtion. -- VERY SCARE! Versand D: 3,00 EUR
Bookseller: P.u.P. Hassold OHG [Germany]
2018-10-30 05:38:28
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-24 08:10:38
Catalan Monrova Y Roca
1732. First edition of a scarce Portuguese scientific treatise on anatomy, surgery and physics by Antonio Monrava Y Roca (1671-1753), a renowned and polemic Catalan physician working for the Portuguese court in the 18th century. According to Inocêncio VIII, 256: Monrava's works are rare since most of them were destroyed. Innocencio also considers that his works form an important and indispensable part of Portuguese medical history. Antonio Monrava Y Roca was seen by his contemporaneous either as a genius or a mere charlatan. After working in Spain for ten years, he travelled to Portugal and accepted the position of chair in anatomy at Hospital Todos os Santos. He founded a popular Academy of the Four Sciences, in which he taught Medicine, Physics, Surgery and Anatomy. Author: Antonio de Monrava e Roca (1671-1753) Title: Academicas Oraçoens Phisico Anatomico Medico-Cirurgicas, em que praticam os mais Eruditos Discipulos da nova Academia das quatro Sciencias para a comverçam do Errado Lastimoso povo Apolino. Published: Antuerpia, Na Officina Plantiana, Mdccxxxii [1732] Description: frontispiece, [26], 320, [32] pp.; 20,5 cm. Frontispiece depicting an operating room during a surgical procedure by Monrava (?) in his Academy of Four Sciences. Several ornamental woodcut vignettes, and headpieces. Full calf binding of the period. Condition: Complete and in fair to good condition: browning and stains. Four leaves with a hole affecting three text lines, one leaf with tear, two leaves with loss of paper at the margin, last 12 leaves with small worm work, some leaves creased. Binding … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: planet-auctions [Europe, PT]
2018-10-21 05:37:25
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-19 06:37:24
[MANDEVILLE, Bernard ]
London: Printed and Sold by J. Roberts, 1732. London: Printed and Sold by J. Roberts,, 1732. Octavo (195 x 120 mm). Recently rebound in quarter sprinkled calf and marbled boards, vellum tips, spine ruled gilt, red morocco label, Woodcut vignette title page, head- and tailpieces. Neat ink annotations to title page and page 1, a few pencil annotations to contents. Contents browned with some faint marginal dampstain, a few ink marks to title page and page 70, originally stab-sewn; overall a very good copy. First edition, extremely scarce in commerce, of the physician and political philosopher's last work, a pamphlet in defence of his notorious Fable of the Bees. "In the second dialogue in his Alciphron (1732), George Berkeley had lampooned Mandeville through Lysicles, a conceited but intellectually shallow, antinomian freethinker and atheist. Not only did the Letter contend that Berkeley was mistaken about the views expressed in the Fable of the Bees, which Mandeville reiterated, contending that they were entirely consistent with strict morality and true Christianity, but also it maintained that a person of Berkeley's intelligence and character could only have so mischaracterized the doctrine of the Fable because he had accepted common reports of the work rather than actually having read it himself" (ODNB). The Letter, considered to present "in more emphatic and sharper form than elsewhere" essential elements of Mandeville's system of thought (Viner, p. 178), is very uncommon, though well represented in British and American institutions, with only one copy recorded as sold a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2018-10-16 13:57:08
Various
London: J J and P Knapton et al, 1732. The second edition of this fascinating and scarce work. With treaties such as 'The Treaty of Munster 1648', 'the Peace Between England France and England and Holland in 1667', 'Treaty of Nimeguen 1678'', 'The First Grand Alliance 1689', 'Treaty for our Netherland Trade between Henry VII and the Duke of Burgundy'and 'Treaty between Queen Elizabeth and the French King Relating to Calais'. Volume II appears to be lacking preface and contents, has been bound without. This means it is lacking pages i-XXII and two unpaginated leaves according to collation from ESTC. With extra two gatherings (Gg and Hh) bound between original pages 456 and 457 as called for to volume IV. CONDITION In full calf bindings with gilt stamping to the spine. Externally, generally smart. Patches of light rubbing to the spines and to the joints. Small losses at the head and tail of spines to most volumes. Small crack to head of front joint to vol I with the hinge slightly strained but firm. Crack to the entirety of front joint to volume II and to the head and tail of rear joint. Front hinge to volume II is tender with cords showing, the rear hinge is the same. Small loss to the rear board of volume II. Crack to the front joint of volume III and to the head of rear joint to volume III. Hinges are tender to volume III. Small cracks to the head and tail of joint to volume IV. Hinges to volume IV are tender. Title page to volume IV is closely cropped with final publisher and the date lacking half, does not affect any other pages. Internally, all volumes are firmly bound. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-16 13:57:08
Various
London: J J and P Knapton et al, 1732. The second edition of this fascinating and scarce work. With treaties such as 'The Treaty of Munster 1648', 'the Peace Between England France and England and Holland in 1667', 'Treaty of Nimeguen 1678'', 'The First Grand Alliance 1689', 'Treaty for our Netherland Trade between Henry VII and the Duke of Burgundy'and 'Treaty between Queen Elizabeth and the French King Relating to Calais'. Volume II appears to be lacking preface and contents, has been bound without. This means it is lacking pages i-XXII and two unpaginated leaves according to collation from ESTC. With extra two gatherings (Gg and Hh) bound between original pages 456 and 457 as called for to volume IV. CONDITION In full calf bindings with gilt stamping to the spine. Externally, generally smart. Patches of light rubbing to the spines and to the joints. Small losses at the head and tail of spines to most volumes. Small crack to head of front joint to vol I with the hinge slightly strained but firm. Crack to the entirety of front joint to volume II and to the head and tail of rear joint. Front hinge to volume II is tender with cords showing, the rear hinge is the same. Small loss to the rear board of volume II. Crack to the front joint of volume III and to the head of rear joint to volume III. Hinges are tender to volume III. Small cracks to the head and tail of joint to volume IV. Hinges to volume IV are tender. Title page to volume IV is closely cropped with final publisher and the date lacking half, does not affect any other pages. Internally, all volumes are firmly bound. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-12 20:37:01
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-08 05:37:56
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. CONDITION Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-05 12:41:55
BOOKBINDING ATTRIBUTED TO DUBUISSON - BELLEGARDE, (ABBÉ de).
Paris, Jacques Collombat, 1732. Large 8vo. (220 x 147 mm.). Contemp. full red morocco, sumptouosly gilt covers "a la Fanfare" and in centre the royal coat of arms of Louis XV. Spine with 5 raised bands, compartments richly gilt and with "fleur de lys". Titlelabel with gilt lettering. Inner gilt borders. Edges of covers gilt. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Top of spine with very light wear. Lower compartment with a small nick. In all regards pointing to Dubuisson, but not signed. Engraved, handcoloured frontispiece. Engraved, handcoloured title-page (and printed title-page). XX,654,(2) pp., 4 engraved plates, of which 3 are handcoloured, vignettes in woodcut. 3 leaves with a small nick in right margins. A few minor brownspots. Printed on good paper. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2018-10-03 05:38:14
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-10-01 08:58:34
1732. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-01 08:58:34
1732. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-01 08:58:34
THE LIFE OF SETHOS. Taken from the Private Memoirs of the Ancient Egyptians Translated from a Greek Manuscript into French Jean Terrasson,London,1732 A fantasy novel. First English translation by Thomas Lediard.A key source of popular web of conspiracy theories positing a secret pagan subculture of Freemasons, devotees of Satan, and environmentalists dedicated to the overthrow of Christianity. Full leather binding,rubbed,worn,age-toned. Each volume has a foldout map: Vol. 1 has a Map of Egypt for the Life of Sethos, Vol. 2 has a Map of the Travels of Sethos. Both volumes have a bookplate of Samuel Bosanquet on the front pastedown. 480+460 pages,returns not accepted.
Bookseller: librisoblitusbooks [Toronto, CA]
2018-09-30 08:01:54
Biblia Sacra
1732. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. A rare Dutch Holy Bible printed in Utrecht. This bible was the Bible of the Dutch Old Catholics. According to Darlow and Moule, "A new version of Old Catholics, with the approbation of C.J. Barchman Wuytiers, Archbishop of Utrect. The section Gen.- 2 Kings and the New Testament were of A. van der Schuur's version, the remainng portion of the Old Testament being translated by H. van Rhijn. Edited by W. Kemp." (D&M) This bible, while it was printed by Dutch Catholics, was forbidden by the Catholic Church, not to be used in Roman Catholicism. Printed in folio and two-column format, this bible includes charming, decorative vignettes. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-29 13:36:43
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-09-29 05:36:58
Richard Bradley
London: D. Browne and T. Woodman, 1732. Part II only, published here for the first time as part I was in its sixth edition by this point. There are no recorded copies seen of the first edition of part one, and any edition prior to 1760 are very scarce indeed. 'Including a great variety of the most curious receipts for dressing all the sorts of flesh, fish, fowl, fruit and herbs, which are the productions of a farm, or from any foreign parts. Contained in letters, and takne from the performances of the most polite proficients in most parts of Europe. Now published for the good of the publick, by R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge'. 'To which is added from a poulterer in St. James-Market, the manner of trussing all sorts of poultry. Adron'd with cuts: shewing, how ever fowl, wild or tame, ought to be prepared for the spit; and likewise any kind of game'. With twelve illustrations in the text to the rear detailing the trussing of animals. Decorative head and tail pieces and capitals. Rebound in decorative full crushed morocco. Externally very good and sound, just a trifle rubbed. Internally, firmly bound. Bright but with scattered spotting and handling and dust marks, a couple of spill burns. Overall Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Mad Librarian [Bath, GB]
2018-09-28 08:19:52
Haydn, Joseph. (1732-1809)Trois Quatuors pour deux violons, alto et basse. Composés et Dediés a Sa Majesté Frederic Guilleaume II Roi de Prusse [..] Oeuvre XXIX. Libro I. Berlin: J. J. Hummel. [1788]. First German edition. Parts: Violin I (15 pp), Violin II (11 pp), Viola (11 pp), Cello (11 pp). Each with an elaborate title page illustration. Engraved. [PN] 636. The part for first violin a little rough along the outer edge with a small repaired tear to margin, otherwise in very fine condition throughout. Hoboken III.44-46. Book I of the Haydn quartets, Opus 50, No. 1-3, now known as the "Prussian Quartets." Composed in 1787 to honor King Frederic William II, who had succeeded to the Prussian throne the prior year, this volume includes the quartets in B flat major, C major, and E flat major. This edition dates from the year following the original publication by Artaria and is the first German publication of these works. It replicates the striking illustrated title of the original edition (printed on every part), bordered by garlands and crowned at the head with the Hohenzollern coat of arms, flanked on both sides by crowned eagles. This group of quartets shows an increasing richness of expression combined with a "greater contrapunctal richness." As with Mozart's "Prussian" quartets K. 575, 589 and 590, particular attention is paid here by Haydn to the cello part, this being the instrument of the King. "The solo cello passages placed as a tactful homage to the royal amateur call forth the complementary displays from the other instruments, the long solo for second violin at th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schubertiade Music (violinist01) [Newtonville, Massachusetts, US]
2018-09-27 23:05:55
Haydn, Joseph. (1732-1809)Trois Trios Concertans pour deux Violons et Violoncelle. Oeuvre 47. [Hob. XV: 8, 6 & 7] Paris: Chez M. Boyer; Chez Mad.e. Le Menu. [1787]. Upright folio. Parts for violino primo, secondo and violoncelle, as arranged from the Hob. XV Piano Trios No. 21 in B flat major, No. 19 in F major, and No. 20 in D major. 13 pp; 11 pp; 7 pp. Engraved throughout. RISM H 4181. Hoboken V-Ang, p. 509. Schubertiade Music & Arts LLC - BUY WITH CONFIDENCE! ***ALL AUTOGRAPHS GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC WITHOUT LIMIT*** I am the President of the Professional Autograph Dealers Association and a leading and trusted authenticator of autographs, including for many of the world's auction houses and for James Spence (JSA). Schubertiade Music & Arts are also members in good standing of ABAA/ILAB, the most exclusive consortium of Rare Book and Manuscript Dealers in the world, as well as the MLA (Music Librarian Association), and MARIAB (Massachusetts and Rhode Island Antiquarian Booksellers). You can read more about us by searching for Schubertiade Music & Arts and may buy with utmost confidence! SCHUBERTIADE MUSIC & ARTS deals in Music, Entertainment, Literary and other Autographs, Antiquarian Music, Books, Prints, Photographs & Paintings and Ephemera. Please read more about us in our "about me" page by clicking next to our username / feedback listing. We issue seasonal and occasional catalogues - please contact us if you would like to receive notifications or let us know about your collection. Everything we offer is guaranteed authentic without limit and is so stated on the signed a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schubertiade Music [Newtonville, Massachusetts, US]
2018-09-27 23:05:49
Haydn, Joseph. (1732-1809)TRE SONATE Per il Clavicembalo o Forte-Piano con un Violino e Violoncello...Opera 57. [Hoboken XV: 11-13] Vienna: Artaria. [1789]. First edition. Oblong folio. Parts: 36, 11, 8 pp. Engraved throughout. [PN] 239. Hoboken Bnd I, p. 694. Rare. Worldcat records only the copy in The British Library. In contemporary marbled paper boards, handwritten title plate affixed to front with an early ownership signature "S. Lindenthal," scattered markings in pencil in each part, mostly in the keyboard part. One of the earlier sets of the composer's thirty Piano Trios, these three being lively, eloquent and innovative works. The first of this grouping in particular won contemporary praise for its increased technical challenges and subtle interplay between strings and piano. The composition of these works also helped the composer purchase a new keyboard. "In 1788, in anticipation of a substantial fee for the composition of three piano trios (Hob. XV: 11-13), Haydn ordered a new piano from Schantz and asked Artaria to pay the maker directly, commenting breezily 'Please excuse the liberty: it is bestowed on a man who is grateful.'" (David Wyn Jones, "The Life of Haydn," p. 107-108) Schubertiade Music & Arts LLC - BUY WITH CONFIDENCE! ***ALL AUTOGRAPHS GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC WITHOUT LIMIT*** I am the President of the Professional Autograph Dealers Association and a leading and trusted authenticator of autographs, including for many of the world's auction houses and for James Spence (JSA). Schubertiade Music & Arts are also members in good standing of ABAA/ILAB, the most … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schubertiade Music [Newtonville, Massachusetts, US]
2018-09-27 22:24:09
Johann George Leutmann
Vollständige Nachricht von den Uhren Nebenst Einer Beschreibung eines besonderen Instrumentes allerhand Arten der Sonnen-Uhren leicht zu beschreiben. [Complete Study of Clocks with a Secondary Description of Special Instruments of All Kinds...Preface by Christian Wolffens]. "The first detailed treatise tratise on clocks & watches..." Rare early 18th century. Leutmann, Johann George. Halle: Renger, 1732-22. Third edition of part 1, first edition part 2, foolscap 8vo (7" x 4"), pp. (25), (1), 2-106; (26), (1), 2-140, (1), gothic letter, 2 engraved frontispieces, 2 titles in red and black, 40 folding engraved plates and tables, several tables in the text, 2 folding letter-press tables in part 1. Contemporary full vellum. Good with darkened old vellum. Joints solid & binding strong. Old damage to small areas of the vellum at lower back & on lower side near the upper gutter. Sheets & plates with natural age toning, some staining, some plates frayed at fore-edge, but mostly clean & still crisp. One folding letterpress table with old repair. [Baillie p.147-150; Houzeau & Lancaster 11595; Tardy p.163], "the first detailed treatise on clocks and watches written clearly and with thorough knowledge of the subject." Leutmann (1667-1736) studied theology and mathematics at Wittenberg and in 1725 became Professor of Mechanics and Optics at the Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg. He published several works but this is his most important, first published in 1717-22 and including a useful glossary of terms. It is very rare, in any edition, with only 3 copies sold at auction since 1974. P … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: J and J House Books and Antiques [Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, US]
2018-09-27 08:28:44
Biblia Sacra
1732. A rare Dutch Holy Bible printed in Utrecht. This bible was the Bible of the Dutch Old Catholics. According to Darlow and Moule, "A new version of Old Catholics, with the approbation of C.J. Barchman Wuytiers, Archbishop of Utrect. The section Gen.- 2 Kings and the New Testament were of A. van der Schuur's version, the remainng portion of the Old Testament being translated by H. van Rhijn. Edited by W. Kemp." (D&M) This bible, while it was printed by Dutch Catholics, was forbidden by the Catholic Church, not to be used in Roman Catholicism. Printed in folio and two-column format, this bible includes charming, decorative vignettes. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-26 16:10:21
Pierre-Augustin Caron de BEAUMARCHAIS
BEAUMARCHAIS Pierre-Augustin Caron de (1732-1799). Ecrivain, homme d’affaires français. Billet de souscription aux 60 volumes des oeuvres de Mr. Voltaire, n° 1611, rempli et signé par Beaumarchais, (1785), 1 page in-12 oblongue. « Nous reconnaissons que Mr Blanchard de Pégon, à Angers, a souscrit sous le n° mil six cent onze. Pour un Exemplaire de l’Édition complette des Oeuvres de M. de Voltaire, in-8°, tirée à quatre mille, & numérotée depuis 1 jusqu’à 4000, imprimée avec les Caractères de Baskerville, sur papier dit Grand Missel fin, première qualité de France : Sur quoi nous avons reçu la somme de soixante-douze livres, dont il lui sera tenu compte sur celle de trois cent soixante, prix du dit Exemplaire en feuilles. La présente reconnaissance servira sous son n° de Titre au partage des Chances, dans la répartition gratuite de 200,000 livres tournois, conformément aux conditions énoncées dans le prospectus. La société littéraire typographique. reçu pour la Compagnie. Caron de Beaumarchais ». Désireux d’éditer fructueusement les Œuvres complètes de Voltaire, Beaumarchais fonda un atelier d’imprimerie en 1780 à Kehl. Il fit des investissements considérables : il réunit quarante presses, acheta les fontes et moules de caractères du célèbre John Baskerville. De cet atelier sortirent la monumentale édition des Œuvres complètes de Voltaire (1785-1790), mais également des éditions des Œuvres de Rousseau, de la Virtù sconosciuta d’Alfieri, et du Mariage de Figaro de Beaumarchais lui-même. L’entreprise ne s’étant pas révélée aussi rentable que prévu, Beaumarchais engagea sa liqu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Thomas Vincent [Paris, France]
2018-09-21 05:33:18
DOLAUS, Johann [DOLAEUS] (1651-1707); William STEPHENS, author & translator.
Printed for J. Smith & W. Brown, 1732. [Dedicated to the Right Honourable Marmaduke Coghill, Judge of the Prerogative Court]. 8vo. [8], vii, [1], 182, [iv] pp. Woodcut initials, head- and tailpieces, publisher's ads., errata. Original full speckled calf, double-gilt ruled covers, five raised bands, red morocco gilt-stamped title label; upper joint cracked but holding well, lower corner showing wear, generally well preserved. Ink inscription "York 1787". Later signature of "H. Conyers Smith[']" (obscured); sticker at rear pastedown "H.C.S." Very good. Scarce. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH, originally published in 1707 as Tractatus novus de furia podagrae lacte victa & mitigata. The author points to diet as a direction for treating gout as "the application of medicines hath proved ineffectual." Specifically he supports drinking milk as a therapeutic agent against gout. This work is produced in two parts, the first being Stephens' essay on diet related to gout, and the second being his translation of Dolaeus' account, including a history of other cures. He starts with mentioning that Celsus recommended the use of milk to avoid "this distemper" (page 72), as well as abstaining from the drink of wine for a full year. He then refers to several others (John George Grezzell, James Sacks, "Waldsmid", and Monsieur de Collet), each supporting milk. Sinclair states that milk is "highly beneficial" to the improvement of health when effected by gout. He claims it has "almost a certainty of success" [his own italics]. Dolaeus considered milk as the best medicine yet discovered for the stone … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books [CARLSBAD, California, US]
2018-09-19 05:52:14
Jacob Giles
Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling [etc.], London, 1732. Contemporary calf, rubbed, rebacked, quite bright and fresh, with ownership signatures of 1757 and 1823, lacking the advertisements; the Taussig copy Only edition of Jacob's extensive alphabetically-arranged treatment, examining 18th century London in all its richness, from its markets, to its bawdy-houses, its foodstuffs (bread and beer), and its juries and trials, among over a hundred subjects
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-09-18 19:27:01
Société de Gens de Lettres (PSALMANAZAR Georges & SALMON Thomas, etc..)
1732LA HAYE, P. Gosse & J. Neaulme ,etc... - 1732, 1749 - Edition Originale - 6 volumes In-4 - 1/2 Reliure très frottée, avec manques, plats vélin de réemploi (d'époque) - rousseurs éparses.T. I) Contenant histoire asiatique depuis la création jusqu'au déluge - Depuis le déluge jusqu'à Abraham - d'Egypte jusqu'à Alexandre - Des Peuples de Canaan.12,Table (2), 631 pages - 1planche dépliante de la généalogie de Noé .T. II) Contenant l'histoire des Anciens Syriens, l'Histoire de Phéniciens & l'Histoire de Juifs depuis Abraham jusqu'à Saül(2), 678pages - 2 Cartes de la Syrie et de la Phénicie, Etats desCananéens, Moabites, Hammonites, Madianites, Iduméens, Amalécites avant et lors de la sortie des Israélites d'Egypte - 5 planches dépliantes deTadmor, Palmire, Sépultures phéniciennes, Camp d'Israël.T. III) Contenant l'histoire des Juifs sous leur gouvernement Monarchique - Histoire d'Assyrie - Histoire des Babyloniens - histoire de Medes - Histoire de Perse.Epitre dédicatoire (4), Plan de l'ouvrage (4), Préface (62), 574 pages - rousseurs éparses - La préface comprend les de longueur Anglaises, Grecques, Romaines dans l'Ecriture, les Monnaies (14 pages)T. VI) Contenant l'histoire des Macédoniens, depuis le règne d'Alexandre le Grand jusqu'au temps où les romains en firent la conquète -des Seleucides en Syrie jusqu'au temps où ils furent assujettis aux romains - d'Egypte,depuis la fondation de cette Monarchie par Psolemee Soter, jusqu'au temps où elle fut réduite en Province Romaine - de la grande et petite Arménie -du Royaume de Pont, des Cappadociens, des Rois de Pergame, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: S.P.Rance S.a.r.l. [FR]
2018-09-17 13:33:23
Oetken, J. Chr. und Johann Heinrich Schloifern:
Oldenburg: Schröder 1732, Brunß 1748 und Thiele 1775, 1732, 1748, 1775. gr. 8°; gebunden, Ganzlederband der Zeit auf 5 Bünden, geprägte Vignetten zwischen den Bünden; 1. Supplement mit 6 Teilen, 1 beiliegender gestoch. Frontispiz (Porträt Christian VI) und jeweils einem Kopfstück. 1732; 2. Supplement mit 6 Teilen, 1 beiliegender gestoch. Frontispiz (Porträt Friedrich V.) und jeweils einem Kopfstück.1748; 3. Supplement mit 6 Teilen, jeweils einem Kopfstück und einigen Schlussstücken. 1775; 4.: Register mit 162 S.// Zustand: Einband bestoßen und berieben. Einige wenige Anmerkungen und An- und Unterstreichungen und Besitzerverm. Im vorderen Spiegel ein kleiner Katalogausschnitt bezügl. d. Titels montiert. Insgesamt guter bis sehr guter Zustand /lager 0060 Versand D: 5,90 EUR Landeskunde, Rechtswesen, Rechtsvorschriften, Regionalgeschichte
Bookseller: Altstadt-Antiquariat Nowicki-Hecht UG [Leer, NDS, Germany]
2018-09-15 10:27:04
RABELAIS, François
Nouvelle Edition, augmentée de quelques Remarques nouvelles, 6 vol. in-12 reliure plein veau fauve, dos à 5 nerfs orné, s.n. [ Prault, Paris ], 1732, lij-388 pp. avec titre frontispice par Scotin, un portrait de Rabelais et 4 planches hors texte dépliantes dont une carte du pays chinonais ; 2 ff., xvi-332 pp. ; 2 ff., xxviij-334 pp. ; lxxij-358 pp. ; 2 ff., xx-274 pp. ; 2 ff., 183 pp. Importante édition, reprenant les commentaires très estimée de Le Duchat et La Monnoye, qui publièrent la première édition critique publiée en 1711, et y ajoutant des remarques nouvelles de Gueulette et Jamet l'aîné. Etat très satisfaisant (reliures un peu frottées avec petits accrocs et petits mq. en coiffes et mors, mq. une pièce de tomaison, bon état par ailleurs) Cohen, 839 ; Tchemerzine, IX, 319 Langue: Français [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Cardinal [GRADIGNAN, France]
2018-09-11 17:58:38
LE NAIN DE TILLEMONT
- Chez François Pitteri, Venise 1732 - 1739, In-4 (20,5x28cm), xl, 712pp. et xxiv, 626pp. et xxviij, 587pp. et xxxij, 751pp. et xxxvj, 878pp. et xxxj (1) 711pp., 6 volumes reliés. - Première édition vénitienne, après l'originale parue à Paris de 1690 à 1701 pour les cinq premiers volumes, 1738 pour le sixième volume posthume publié sur le manuscrit de l'auteur. 6 vignettes de titre signées Cattini. Reliure italienne en plein velin d'époque. Dos lisse janséniste. Pièces de titre en maroquin beige. Des salissures sur les dos et taches diverses sur les plats. Très bel ensemble en velin sur beau papier chiffon parfaitement frais. Cette histoire des empereurs, somme biographique de tous les empereurs et grands princes des six premiers siècles sans distinction entre l'orient et l'occident, valut à l'auteur janséniste sa réputation et son influence durable en tant qu'historien. Ce pourquoi il fut critiqué de son temps lui assura un avenir fécond, à savoir un style simple, dépourvu d'affèteries ou de fioriture, car Le Nain s'adressait aux érudits et non au grand public, une méthode fondée sur l'utilisation de matériaux historiques fiables, c'est à dire validés par un examen scrupuleux et des principes de critique historique ; cependant il avoue lui-même que pour séparer les vraies informations des fausses, il se base sur son expérience. En contrepoint de cette histoire des empereurs, et de tous les empereurs, l'auteur ne perd jamais de vue celle des juifs et du christianisme, qui est pour lui le fil directeur, le vrai sens de l'Histoire. Le Nain de Tillemont connut très tôt sa voca … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
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