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        Important Sammelband of 13 works by Pope, Swift and contemporaries.

      London: various, 1733. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. POPE, Alexander. I. An Essay on Man. In Epistles to a Friend, Corrected by the Author, Epistles I-IV. London: printed for J. Wilford, [1733]. [7] 8 5-17 [1]; [7], 6-18; [5] 6-20; [5] 2-18, [2] pp. Half titles for Epistles II & III only as called for, adverts leaf bound at end of Epistle IV. First edition, Epistle I in third variant printing (see Rothschild 1615), bound with 11 other works: II. Of the Use of Riches, and Epistle to the Right Honourable Allen Lord Bathurst. 2nd edition. London: Printed J. Wright for Lawton Gilliver, 1733. 22, [2] pp. including adverts leaf. (Rothschild 1605 for the first edition). III. An Epistle from Mr. Pope to Dr. Arbuthnot. 1st edition. London: Printed J. Wright for Lawton Gilliver, 1734. [4], 30 (i.e. 20) pp. (Rothschild 1623). IV. An Epistle to the Right Honourable Richard Lord Vict. Cobham. 1st edition. London: Printed for Lawton Gilliver, 1733. [4], 13 [3] pp. including half-title and adverts leaf. (Rothschild 1611). V. Of the Characters of Women: An Epistle to a Lady. 1st edition, 1st issue. London: Printed J. Wright for Lawton Gilliver, 1735. [2], 16, [2] pp. including half-title and adverts leaf. (Rothschild 1624). VI. The First Satire of the Second Book of Horace, Imitated in a Dialogue between Alexander Pope, of VII. Twickenham in Com. Midd. Esq; on the one Part, and his Learned Council on the other. 1st edition. London: Printed by L. G. and sold by A. Dodd, 1733. 19 (1] pp. (Rothschild 1608). VII. The Sixth Epistle of the First Book of Horace Imitated. 1st edition. London: Printed for L. Gilliver, 1737. [4], 15 [1] pp. Half-title bound after title-leaf. (Rothschild 1638). VIII. One Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty Eight. A Dialogue Something like Horace. 1st edition, 1st issue. London: Printed for T. Cooper, [1738]. [4], 10, [2] pp. including half-title and adverts leaf. (Rothschild 1642). IX. [SWIFT, Jonathan]. On Poetry: A Rapsody. 1st edition. Printed at Dublin, and Re-printed at London, sold by J. Huggonson, 1733. 28 pp. (Foxon S888; Hayward 153; Rogers 869; Rothschild 2147; Teerink 741; Williams 639). X. [HARTE, Walter]. An Essay on Reason. 1st edition. London: Printed by J. Wright for Lawton Gilliver, 1735. [4], 30, [2] pp. including adverts leaf. (Griffith 359). XI. [BRAMSTON, James]. The Man of Taste. Occasion'd by an Epistle of Mr. Pope's on that Subject. By the Author of the Art of Politicks. 1st edition. London: Printed by J. Wright for Lawton Gilliver, 1733. 19 [1] pp. including engraved frontispiece to verso of half-title. XII. [HASLEDINE, William]. Bellus Homo et Academicus. Recitarunt in Theatro Sheldoniano apud Comitia Oxoniensia MDCCXXXIII... London: J. Willford, 1733. 16 pp. Folio (347 x 220 mm). Contemporary plain vellum, spine titled in ink (boards little soiled and crooked). Some occasional light soiling and toning to text, a few tears not affecting text, few leaves with paper cracking at gutter (but no signs of wetting or paper mould), previous owner signatures, manuscript list to first flyleaf,occasional pencil annotation and markings in text, work IX with chipping of fore-margin and torn lower blank edge. Provenance: Robert Needham Cust and Robert Henry Hobart Cust (armorial bookplates to front pastedown). A fine copy. ----I. Rothschild 1615; Foxon P822; Griffith 294; Hayward 148. - The four epistles of the Essay on Man were published successively on 20 February, 29 March, 8 May 1733, and 24 January 1734. They were published anonymously and undated as the author was wary of the negative and hostile perception of him and his previous works that existed in some quarters, and wanted the work to be considered without prejudice on its own merits. The first editions of the first three Epistles appear in variant states, the priority of which is not always clear, but none of which are of textual significance - apart from Griffith's issue I of Epistle I, which Pope revised. The friend to whom the epistles were addressed was Henry St. John, Lord Bolingbroke. But this is not to say that the poem was simply a vehicle for Bolingbroke's deistical philosophy. Maynard Mack has aptly termed the Essay on Man a public, social and classical poem (Works, III, London, 1950, introduction, p. 74), one that accepts the vastness and impersonality of Newton's universe, but one which, in its shaping of the familiar, also interweaves a tissue of images from older and more human conceptions. 18th-century sociability and a Roman Catholic sense of corporateness are a key part of Pope's philosophical outlook, while his favoured metaphor of concord from discord can be traced back to Heraclitus. In Mack's view, the poem is able to transcend its origins and establish contact with the collective religious and moral past. Between Paradise Lost and The Prelude, there is no other English poem of which this can be said. (Mack, p.72). Very Good.

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      London: Johannes Pine, 1733. First Pine edition, first state with "post est" in medallion on p. 108 of Vol. II. Tiny repair to dedication leaf. Excellant condition superb bindings. Housed in modern cloth half slipcase. First Pine edition, first state with "post est" in medallion on p. 108 of Vol. II. Two volumes. 8vo. [xxxii], 264p [i]; [xxiv], 191p., [xiii] . Engraved throughout with plates, portraits, vignettes, and initials by John Pine. Bound by Tout in full burgundy crushed morocco, a.e.g., the spine densely gilt in floral designs, the covers similarly decorated with dense floral cornerpieces, fancy dentelles. "Pine's complete command of his craft makes this the most elegant of English eighteenth-century books in which text and illustrations alike are entirely engraved." (Ray. English. p. 3.) "Pine, a pupil of Picart, was our best native engraver during the first half of the [eighteenth] century... His Horace is engraved throughout, text and illustrations, and possesses the delightful unity that such books always have. Its lettering with its strong contrasts between thick and thin strokes may well have influenced Baskerville and Bodoni in their type design. Its vignettes make it one of the few English books that can be compared with French work of the time for delicacy and finish." (Bland. A History of Book Illustration, p. 216.) De Ricci-COhen p. 497. See Blumenthal. Art of the Printed Book, plate 72.

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        Letters Concerning the English Nation.

      London, C. Davis and A. Lyon, 1733. 8vo. Lovely contemporary full calf binding with five raised bands to spine. Double gilt line-borders to boards. All edges of boards with brindstamped ornamentation. Front hinge a little weak and upper capital worn. A bit of wear to corners and a few scratches to back board. Gilt title-label to spine renewed (barely noticeable), otherwise a totally unrestored copy. Internally exceptionally nice, clean, and fresh. Armorial book plate to inside of front board (Edward Parker of Brownsholme, York), Parker's manuscript owner's entry to front free end-paper (dated December 7, 1809), and book plate of Robert J. Hayhurst to front free end-paper. A beautiful, excellent, crisp, and large copy with good margins, printed on heavy, fine paper. (16, -including preface, contents, advertisements), 253, (1), (18, -Index) pp. The important actual first edition of this highly celebrated key work of the Enlightenment, in which the anecdote of how Newton discovered gravity (the story about Newton and the falling apple) appeared for the first time, together with the description of the difference between the physical world view of the English and the French (the "plenum" and the "vacuum") . This seminal work, in which Voltaire famously depicts British philosophy, science, society and culture, in comparison to French, can be viewed as the Enlightenment equivalent to Tocqueville's "Democracy in America". This series of essays, which is based on Voltaire's experiences when living in England, was actually written by Voltaire mostly in English, which he mastered to perfection. It has often been presumed that the first edition of the work was that published in French in 1734, but actually, the present English edition constitutes the actual first appearance of the work as well as the version that is closest to Voltaire's intention, as the French language version is the re-written one, and the English version the original. Curiously, almost all modern English versions are translations into English of the French edition, instead of the original English version, making this edition of the utmost importance.After the original English edition of 1733, two French editions soon followed (the first in 1734). Unlike the British, the French resented the book, and already in 1734, the French Parliament issued an order for the author's arrest and condemned the work, causing the impact of it in France to be delayed. The book was burned for being "dangerous to religion and civil order". At the same time, the work became a bestseller in Britain, and as much as 14 editions of the work were published in the eighteenth century. "Inspired by Voltaire's two-year stay in England (1726-8), this is one of the key works of the Enlightenment. Exactly contemporary with Gulliver's Travels and The Beggar's Opera, Voltaire's controversial pronouncements on politics, philosophy, religion, and literature have placed the Letters among the great Augustan satires. Voltaire wrote most of the book in English, in which he was fluent and witty, and it fast became a bestseller in Britain. He re-wrote it in French as the Lettres philosophiques, and current editions in English translate his French." (Nicholas Cronk, Introduction to the Oxford's Classics edition from 1999).The great French philosopher Voltaire was greatly impressed by the philosophical and scientific achievements of the English, especially those of Newton, Locke, and Bacon. As a disseminator of scientific knowledge, Voltaire came to play a great rôle in the popularization of Newtonian science and its discoveries, the present work being a prime example. Although the work was condemned by the French authorities, it still came to play a great rôle in the spreading of Newtonian ideas in France. The present work generally came to play a dominant rôle in Enlightenment accounts of the history of science and philosophy. The work focuses on British science and thought and uses the accounts of these to emphasize what is lacking in French society and French thought. The work is generally very critical towards the French "ancient régime", and when Voltaire here discusses the emergence of empiricism, it is viewed as an English tradition that stands in opposition to the French rationalist tradition (with Descartes as the prime example). This view is taken over by the following Enlightenment historians of science and philosophy, e.g. d'Alembert (see for instance his "Preliminary Discourse" of 1751). Some of the most influential passages of the work are probably those on Bacon (who Voltaire sees as the founder of modern experimental science), Newton, and Descartes. Letters XIV, on Descartes and Newton, XV, on attraction, and XVI, on Newton's Optics (from 1704), are among the most influential essays of the work. In XVI Voltaire reflects upon Newton's "Optics" and the way that he rejected Descartes' theory and set out his own account of the properties of light. In XV he presents the first account of Newton and the falling apple: "As he was walking one Day in his Garden, and saw some Fruits fall from a Tree, he fell into profound Meditation on that Gravity, the Cause of which had so long been sought, but in vain, by all the Philosophers, whilst the Vulgar think there is nothing mysterious in it. He said to himself, that from what height soever, in our Hemisphere, those Bodies might descend, their Fall wou'd certainly be in the Progression discover'd by Galileo; and the Spaces they run thro' would be as the Square of the Times. Why may not this Power which causes heavy Bodies to descend, and is the fame without any sensible Diminution at the remotest Distance from the Center of the Earth, or on the Summits of the highest Mountains; Why, said Sir Isaac, may not this Power extend as high as the Moon?..." (pp. 127-28).But perhaps the most famous passage in the volume is the opening of Letter XIV: "A Frenchman who arrives in London, will find Philosophy, like every Thing else, very much chang'd there. He had left the World a "plenum", and he now finds it a "vacuum". At Paris the Universe is seen, compos'd of Vortices of subtile Matter; but nothing like it is seen in London. In France, 'tis the Pressure of the Moon that causes the Tides; but in England 'tis the Sea that gravitates towards the Moon; so that when you think that the Moon should make it Flood with us, those Gentlemen fancy it should be Ebb, which, very unluckily, cannot be prov'd..." (pp. 109-10).

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        Riverius Reformatus... Praxis Medica. Methodo Riverianae

      VIII-399 pages Venetii, apud Nicolaum Pezzana, 1733, in-4, VIII-399 pages, cartonnage d'attente ancien crème, titre manuscrit en tête du dos, Édition vénitienne de la Pratique de la médecine, du médecin montpelliérain Lazare Rivière (1589-1655), ouvrage remarquable de clarté qui passe en revue tout le corps humain ; il fut publié à l'origine en 1640. C'est un succès d'édition, qui ne connait pas moins de 12 réimpressions, dans tous les formats, en latin, en français et aussi en anglais. Lazare Rivière est autrement reconnu pour avoir introduit, le premier, la chimie dans le cursus des études à la Faculté de Médecine de Montpellier. Exemplaire non coupé, tel que paru.

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        NÜRNBERG. - Stuckschiessen. "Abbildung des Stuck-Schießens welches . vom 8.-26. Juni 1733 gehalten worden". Folge von drei Blatt.

      - 3 Kupferstiche, um 1733, je ca. 26 x 42 cm. Blatt 1: Der Einzug mit zahlreichen Uniformierten, Reitern und Kanonen; Blatt 2: Eine große Menschenmenge betrachtet von etwas erhöhtem Standort das Zeltlager der zum Schießen zugelassenen Offiziere. Darunter die zu diesem Anlaß geprägte Münze und die Legende (1-17); mit Wappenkartusche im oberen Teil der Darstellung. In der Ferne "Bleyweiß Garten", "Gaßmannshof" und St. Leonhard"; Blatt 3: Der Lagerplatz mit zahlreichen Zelten, oben und links Schießplatz und "Glücks Bude".

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        Kupferstich - Karte, n. G. de D'Isle b. Homann Erben, "Typus Geographicus Chili Paraguay Freti Magellanici & .".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, dat. 1733, 48 x 56,5 Die 2. Karte von Chile und Argentienen bei Homann Erben. - Mit großer ornamentaler Kartusche, aber ohne den Stadtplan von Santiago de Chile. Statt dessen mit einer kleinen Insetkarte der Magellanstrasse. ( 9.5 x 21 cm.). Im Norden bis zum 20. Breitengrad.

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      1733. Venezia Pietro Bassaglia 1733 8° Pagine 1 carta bianca + antiporta allegorica incisa in rame da Giovanni Faldoni + 8 non numerate + 486 + 2 carte bianche. Ottima legatura coeva in pergamena. Titolo in oro al dorso su tassello. Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero. Ottima e fresca copia. Molto raro Cfr: Cicognara p.287 Lozzi II p. 404 N° 5886 in nota.

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        Contes chinois ou les avantures merveilleuses du Mandarin Fum-Hoam

      - Chez Etienne Neaulme, à Utrecht 1733, in-16 (7x13cm), (8) 323pp. (7) et (2) 290pp. (6) 32, 3 volumes reliés. - originale, insolito Edition. Leganti pieno screziato vitello marrone vintage. Indietro con i nervi decorati. come mostre in rosso il numero del volume marocco di camere a L'Avana Marocco. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, rare, après l'originale parisienne de 1723, et illustrée de 8 figures non signées, 4 pour chaque volume. Pages de titre en rouge et noir. In fine Catalogue des livres qui se trouvent chez Jean Neaulme (32p.). Reliures en plein veau brun marbré d'époque. Dos à nerfs ornés. Pièces de titre en maroquin rouge, pièces de tomaison en maroquin havane. Queue du tome II en partie arrachée. Mors inférieur du tome I ouvert en tête. 2 manques sur le plat supérieur du tome II. mors supérieur du tome I fendu en tête. Manque une page de garde avant le titre. Bon exemplaire. Le titre de Contes orientaux serait à vrai dire plus exact pour qualifier ce recueil déroutant, où les histoires sont enchâssées les unes dans les autres, nous faisant passer d'un pays à un autre. Ainsi trouve t-on de nombreux contes sur la Perse, certains sur l'Inde, d'autres sur le royaume de Canaan (Cochinchine, Laos...). Tout commence par le désir du roi de Canaan d'envoyer un harem en offrande au roi de Chine, on ne sait comment, le lecteur se retrouve en Perse avec l'ambassadeur du roi de Canaan et deux derviches, dont l'un d'avère être une fille, et l'autre le roi de Georgie. L'essentiel de la narration est assumée par le mandarin Fum-Hoam, mais les contes et histoires concernent davantage la Perse et les pays avoisinants. Le merveilleux n'est pas absent de ces contes à l'invention débridée, on peut y voir Fum-Hoam métamorphosée en puce... Gueullette s'était fait une spécialité dans l'écriture de contes orientaux et il en donna plusieurs recueils assez importants qui tous eurent un succès durable, non seulement en France, mais également en Angleterre, en Allemagne, et même en Russie. On ne saurait distinguer ce qui chez Gueullette, participe de la compilation, de l'emprunt ou même du plagiat, et ce qui est de la plume de l'auteur. Une chose est certaine, la lecture des Mille et une nuits traduits par Galland (dont le premier recueil paraît en 1704) l'a profondément marqué, et il tient une place importante entre les contes du XVIIe, la réceprion des Mille et une nuits et les contes de Crébillon, d'Hamilton et d'autres, pour lesquels l'Orient est une source inépuisable d'inventions et de transgressions morales.  

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        Das Glorwürdigste Leben und Thaten Friedrich Augusti, des Großen, Königs in Pohlen und Chur-Fürstens zu Sachsen [et]c. [et]c. : Mit aufrichtiger Feder in behöriger Historischer Ordnung beschrieben ; Nebst gantz sonderbaren Nachrichten von der Gewalt und Herrlichkeit, auch denen Prærogativen, eines Königs von Pohlen, desgleichen von seiner Erwehlung und Crönung, und denen vornehmsten Gesetzen dieses Königreichs.

      S.N..E, 1733. In-8, 12+1030+24 Seiten. Portr. vonFriedrich August II auf Vorsatz. Zusammen mit:. Mittag, Johann Gottfried; Leben und Thaten Friedrich Augusti II. Des Grossen, Königs der Pohlen, und Churfürstens zu Sachsen. Beschrieben Von Johann Gottfried Mittag, Cantor Lüzens. Andere und viel vermehrte Auflage. Leipzig, Verlegts August Martini, 1734 . In-8, 200 Seiten. Portr. von Friedrich August II auf Vorsatz. Beide Bände zusammen, Pergamenteinband der Zeit, roter Rundumschnitt.

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        Observations Upon the Prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John

      ondon- J Darby and T Browne, 1733 Book. Good. Hardcover. First edition.. A rather uncommon first edition of Newton's Observations upon the Prophecies. The first edition. Collated: complete. Isaac Newton was an English mathemtician, astronomer and physicist recognised as one of the most influential scientists of all time. Newton considered his esoteric work more important than his mathematical and scientific works, for which he is better known. Had they been made public, Newton's views on his Christian faith would not have been considered orthodox by the prevailing attitudes of the day, and for this reason he did not publish them during his lifetime. This volume was published the year after his death. The work revealed not only Newton's extensive knowledge of aspects of history regarding the first follows of Christ, but also his belief in the apocalyptic prophecies of the bible. Newton wrote many worksrelated to his religious beliefs and literal interpretations of the Bible. Condition: In the original full calf binding. Externally, sound with rubbing and wear to theboards. Loss and lifting to the leather of the rear board. Joints cracked. Slight loss to spine. Evidence of bookplate removal to front pastedown. Pencil signature to front pastedown and verso of rear-endpaper. Front blank loosening. Internally, generally firmly bound. Pages bright and generally clean side from occasional handling marks. Closed tear to the inner margin of the title page and dedication page, but without loss. Overall: GOOD.

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        Schwäbische Chronick, Worinnen zu finden ist, was sich von Erschaffung der Welt an biß auf das Jahr 1596. in Schwaben, denen benachbarten Gegenden, auch vieler anderer Orten, zugetragen [.]. Aus dem Lateinischen erstmals übersetzt, und mit einer Continuation vom Jahr 1596. biß 1733. auch einem Vollständigen Register versehen [.] Ausgefertiget von Johann Jacob Moser. 2 Bände.

      Frankfurt Metzler und Erhard 1733 - 9 Bl., 912 S., Sp. 913-920, S. 921-963; 1 Bl., 738, 81 (recte 95) S., 43 Bl. Fol. (36 x 24 cm). Pergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Erste deutsche Ausgabe, die lateinische Originalausgabe war 1595-96 in Frankfurt veröffentlicht worden. - Das voluminöse Hauptwerk des Altphilologen Crusius (1526-1607), die erste Gesamtdarstellung schwäbischer Geschichte und bis heute eine grundlegende kultur- und landesgeschichtliche Quelle. Der geborene Franke Crusius (Kraus) war seit 1554 Rektor der Lateinschule in Memmingen bevor er 1559 eine Professur für lateinische und griechische Sprache an der Universität Tübingen erhielt, er gilt als "Vorkämpfer des Philhellenismus in Europa" (NDB III, 433 nach Zachariades). Der Herausgeber Johann Jakob Moser (1701-1785) aus Stuttgart gilt mit Johann Stefan Pütter als der bedeutendste Staatsrechtler des alten Reiches. Neben der Biographie Crusius' und der Fortführung der Chronik bis zur Gegenwart (Band II, S. 485-738) ist besonders seine "Bibliotheca scriptorum de rebus Suevicis" bemerkenswert, eine teils kommentierte Bibliographie "von mehr dann tausend gedruckt- und ungedruckten Schrifften, welche Schwaben gantz oder zum Theil angehen". Petzholdt urteilt: "Ist, obwohl hier und da etwas oberflächlich, doch im Ganzen für ihre Zeit höchst schätzbar" (Bibliotheca bibliographica 819). - Kaum fleckig, Innengelenke mit geringen Wurmspuren. Das Pergament der Einbände etwas fleckig und an den seitlichen Kanten stellenweise von den Deckeln gelöst. Schönes Exemplar. *Heyd 112. NDB III, 433. Schömbs, Moser, 61. Wegele 394. Gewicht (Gramm): 6000 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Istoria della conquista del Messico, della popolazione, e de' progressi nell'America settentrionale conosciuta sotto il nome di Nuova Spagna... Terza impressione veneta.

      per Andrea Poletti, 1733. Cm. 24, pp. (16) 624. Con 8 tavole incise in rame f.t. tra cui antiporta con il ritratto dell'autore, due ritratti (Cortes e Montezuma) e 5 tavole con scene storiche ed etnografiche. Legatura posteriore (novecentesca) in piena pergamena rigida con titoli su tassello al dorso. Un timbretto nobiliare privato al frontespizio e qualche macchietta sparsa, ma complessivamente esemplare genuino, marginoso e ben conservato. Bell'edizione di questa opera storica interessante e di grande fascino.

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        Das christliche Jahr oder die Episteln und Evangelien, auf die Sonn- Gemeine, Ferial- und Festtage des ganzen Jahres, sambt dererselben Auslegung, wie auch einem kurzen Begriff des Lebens von denen Heiligen, derer Bedächntnuß begangen wird. Aus der Französischen ind ei Deutsche Sprache übersetzt. III Theil in welchem die Epistel und Evangelien von dem Palm-Sonntag bis auf den dritten Sonntag nach Ostern begriffen seynd. Das Anderte mahl an Tag gegeben :

      BRNO : gedrucktr in grossen Collegio Carolino, bey denen Labauunischen Erben durch Adalbert Wilhelm Wessley Factorn : 1733. keine Angaben zur Auflage : 1100 Seiten : Gr 4 Octav : 39,5 x 28,0 cm : Leinen : neu gebunden : die Seiten sind sehr gut erhalten, keinerlei Anstreichungen oder dergleichen : gerne senden wir Ihnen weitere Fotos und Informationen : der Gesamteindruck dieses Buches ist>>>GEBRAUCHT : GUT<<< Versand D: 5,00 EUR Bibelkommentare, Bibelauslegungen, ibeln, Religion, Theologie, Gott, Jesus, Neues Testament, Altes Testament, Evangelien, Apostel, Moses, zehn Gebote, Schöfpungsgeschichte, Apokalypse, Johannes, Markus, Thomas, Michael, Erzengel, Vatiakan, Papst, kat, , Theologie allgemein, Kirche, Evangelisch, Katholisch, methodisten, freie Christen, junge Christen, Reformation, Luther, Geschichte, Kirchengeschichte, Studium, Bibelkunde, Bibelstudium, Glaube

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        Anatomia Galenico-moderna, compuesta por el Doctor. cirujano de los Reales Hospitales de la Corte y Examinador del Real Protomedicato

      Alonso y Padilla, Madrid 1733 - 28 páginas incluso portada, retrato, 455 páginas, 4 hojas. Con 20 grabados a toda plana sobre cobre por Yrala. Segunda edición de esta apreciada obra de anatomía, actualmente muy difícil de encontrar en el mercado y más completa, como este ejemplar que ofrecemos.Está ilustrada con 20 grabados sobre cobre por Fray Matias de Irala, franciscano y descendiente de una ilustre familia vasca que aprendió él mismo la técnica del grabado y que realizó numerosos y grandes trabajos con esta técnica.Pequeña mancha de humedad en el margen inferior de las primeras hojas y picadura de polilla en el centro desde las pp. 239 hasta la 340, sin afectar a la lectura del texto.El resto, en buen estado de conservación. Palau nº 233019

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        Litterae patentes Imperatoris Sinarum Kang-Hi. Sinice et Latine. cum interpretatione R.P. Ignatii Koegleri, S.J. . Ex archetypo Sinensi edidit additis notitiis Sinicis . cum tabula aenea.Nurnberg and Altdorf, J.F. Kussler and J.C. Monath, 1802. Small 4to. With a large folding engraved plate (32.5 x 30.5 cm) with the Kangxi Emperor's edict of 1716, a full-page woodcut table with about 65 Chinese characters on an integral leaf, and 3 woodcuts with Chinese characters in the text. Finely bound in 20th-century red half morocco.

      - Cordier, Sinica, col. 638; Löwendahl 718; Walravens 132. First and only edition of a publication of primary documents and notes concerning China in general and the Jesuits in China in particular, written and compiled by the remarkable Nürnberg Unitarian scholar Christoph Gottlieb von Murr (1733-1811). The full-page woodcut in Chinese giving a Linnaean classification of Chinese quadrupeds is the first Linnaean classification of Chinese animals and probably the first Linnaeana of any sort in Chinese.In 1706, at the height of the Chinese Rites Controversy, the Kangxi Emperor appointed two Jesuit missionaries as his envoys to Rome, but both died when their ship capsized off the coast of Portugal. In 1708 he appointed two new envoys, who died in 1711 and 1720. In 1716 the Emperor issued an edict on 31 October: a circular letter to all Westerners in China, noting that no word about the four envoys had been received and that there had been no response to the Emperor's enquires, and that the Imperial government therefore could not place its trust in any communications from the West. The rites issue lead the Emperor to expel Catholic missionaries from China and severely damaged Sino-European relations.In fine condition. The back board is very slightly rubbed and the letterpress spine label is slightly worn, but the binding is otherwise also fine. A fine copy of an important work on China and the Jesuits there, by an excellent and versatile scholar.

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        The History of England. Vol. II. To which are added Critical and Explanatory Notes; also Chronological and Genealogical Tables. Written originally in French by M. Rapin de Thoyras.

      London: James Mechell, at the King\'s-Arms next the Leg Tavern, 1733. 1648 S. Gebundene Ausgabe, Halbleder, Büttenpapier. Einband angestoßen/berieben/gebräunt/angeschmutzt, Buchrücken berieben/ am unteren Rand etw. angerissen, Seiten sind altersbedingt gebräunt/leicht fleckig, Die ersten 50 Seiten haben einen Fleck am unteren Seitenrand, ansonsten ein ordentlich erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        Kupferstich - Karte, b. M. Seutter, "Borussiae Regnum sub fortißimo Tutamine et jußtisimo Regimine Serenißimi ac Potentißimi Principis Friderici Wilhelmi . Matth. Seuteri Sac. Caes. Maj. Aug.".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, um 1733, 48,5 x 56,5 Jaeger, Nr. 112 und Farbabb. Nr. 211 des 4. Zustandes. Sandler, S. 9, Nr. 151. - 2. Zustand dieser Karte in sehr schöner Erhaltung. Oben links Einsatzkarte vom Fürstentum Neuchatel. In der Bildmitte oben dek. Kartusche mit Portraitmedallion Friedrich Wilhelm I.

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        Letters written by the late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield, to his son, Philip Stanhope, Esq. Late Envoy Extraordinary at the Court of Dresden: together with other several pieces on various subjects. Published by Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope, from the originals now in her Possession

      The Third Edition. In Four Volumes (complete set). Octavo. Collation: Volume I: Engraved frontispiece of Stanhope, XVI, 352 pages / Volume II: (2), 355 pages / Volume III: (2), 376 pages / Volume IV: (2), 364 pages. (Collation complete). Hardcover / Original full calf with gilt lettering on original spinelabels. Very good condition with only minor signs of external wear. Smaller dampstain to lower first and last two pages of two volumes only. The bindings a little shaky but holding. Provenance: From the library of Robert Doyne, with his Exlibris - bookplate to the front pastedown of all four volumes. While he died already in 1733 and these books were published in 1774, it is very likely that the bookplates were still applied by his librarian or family / Sir Robert Doyne (1651-1733) was member of the Irish House of Commons for New Ross from 1692 to 1695, and later a distinguished judge who served as Chief Baron of the Irish Exchequer from 1695 to 1703 and Chief Justice of the Irish Common Pleas from 1703 to 1714. In the latter year like all the senior judges in Ireland appointed under Queen Anne he was removed by the new administration while allegations of corruption were made, the removal seems to have been a simple matter of politics. Although the Irish House of Commons passed a resolution that he had acted corruptly no further action seems to have been taken against him and he lived in peaceful retirement for many years. (Wikipedia) Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield KG PC (22 September 1694 24 March 1773) was a British statesman, and a man of letters, and wit. He was born in London to Philip Stanhope, 3rd Earl of Chesterfield, and Lady Elizabeth Savile, and known as Lord Stanhope until the death of his father, in 1726. Educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, he subsequently embarked on the Grand Tour of the Continent, to complete his education as a nobleman, by exposure to the cultural legacies of Classical antiquity and the Renaissance, and to become acquainted with his aristocratic counterparts and the polite society of Continental Europe. In the course of his post-graduate tour of Europe, the death of Queen Anne (r. 17021707) and the accession of King George I (r. 17141727) opened a political career for Stanhope, and he returned to England. In the British political spectrum he was a Whig and entered government service, as a courtier to the King, through the mentorship of his relative, James Stanhope, 1st Earl Stanhope, the King's favourite minister, who procured his appointment as Lord of the Bedchamber to the Prince of Wales. --------------- He was a selfish, calculating and contemptuous man, not naturally generous, and he practised dissimulation til it became part of his nature despite brilliant talents and admirable training, the life of Chesterfield cannot be pronounced a success.[5] His social anxiety and the pains he took to become an orator already had been noticed. Horace Walpole said that he, who had heard the great orators of the time, preferred a speech of Chesterfield to that of any other orator yet the contemporary opinion was that the Earl of Chesterfield's eloquence did not compare with that of Prime Minister Pitt (the Elder). In that regard, James Boswell reported that the poet Samuel Johnson pointedly said about the nobleman Chesterfield, "This man I thought had been a Lord among wits but I find he is only a wit among Lords!" As a politician and statesman, his fame rests upon his short, but brilliant, administration of Ireland as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland (1745-1746). As a courtier, the unrefined Robert Walpole worsted him at the Kings court. Despite being a protector of men of letters, Chesterfields want of heart and head in the quarrel over the dedication to A Dictionary of the English Language (1755), inspired the poet Johnson to rewrite the line Toil, envy, Want, the Patron and the Jayl (The Vanity of Human Wishes [1749], line 160) in a letter bemoaning the conflicts of personality inherent to the patron-artist relation Johnson rebuked Chesterfield: "is not a Patron, My Lord, one who looks with unconcern on a man struggling in the water and when he has reached ground encumbers him with help?" Moreover, on publication of the book Letters to His Son (1774), Chesterfield's advisory correspondence with his natural son, Philip Stanhope, Johnson said that "they teach the morals of a whore, and the manners of a dancing-master" as means for getting on in the world as a gentleman. Letters to His Son The impoverished widow of Chesterfields illegitimate son, Eugenia Stanhope, was the first to publish the book Letters to His Son on the Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman (1774), which comprises a thirty-year correspondence in more than four hundred letters begun in the 173738 period and continued until the death of his correspondent, Philip Stanhope, in 1768. Chesterfield wrote the greatest volume of letters in the eight-year period 174654 and, to refine his sons command of languages, he wrote him letters in French, English, and Latin, mostly instructive communications about geography, history, and classical literature Chesterfield's later letters, addressed to Philip Stanhope, diplomat, are about politics. As a handbook for worldly success in the 18th century, the Letters to His Son give perceptive and nuanced advice for how a gentleman should interpret the social codes that are manners thus, on 9 March 1748, Chesterfield advises Philip, against coarseness of demeanour:I would heartily wish that you may often be seen to smile, but never heard to laugh, while you live. Frequent and loud laughter is the characteristic of folly and ill-manners it is the manner in which the mob express their silly joy at silly things and they call it being merry. In my mind, there is nothing so illiberal, and so ill-bred, as audible laughter. I am neither of a melancholy nor a cynical disposition, and am as willing and as apt to be pleased as anybody but I am sure that since I have had the full use of my reason nobody has ever heard me laugh. Despite having been an accomplished essayist and epigrammatist in his time, his literary reputation, as a narrative writer, derives from Letters to His Son on the Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman (1774) and Letters to His Godson (1890), books of private correspondence and paternal and avuncular advice, which were not meant for publication. (Wikipedia)

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        Park- und Schloßansicht aus halber Vogelschau, "Schon hausen".

      - Kupferstich n. Broebes aus Vues de Paliais et Maison de plaisonce b. I. G. Mertz, 1733, 28 x 44 Kiewitz, 84; Ernst, Broebes 20, Berndt, 1160. - Unten rechts mit Tafel "32" bezeichnet. Dekorative Ansicht von Schloss und Park Schönhausen in Berlin. Zeigt das Schloss noch vor den Umbauten die Königin Elisabeth Christine (Gemahlin Friedrichs d. II) nach den durch russische Truppen verursachten Verwüstungen im siebenjährigen Krieg ab 1764 hatte durchführen lassen; tadelloses Blatt.

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        The History of England. Vol. II. To which are added Critical and Explanatory Notes; also Chronological and Genealogical Tables. Written originally in French by M. Rapin de Thoyras.

      London: James Mechell, at the King's-Arms next the Leg Tavern, 1733 - 1648 S. Einband angestoßen/berieben/gebräunt/angeschmutzt, Buchrücken berieben/ am unteren Rand etw. angerissen, Seiten sind altersbedingt gebräunt/leicht fleckig, Die ersten 50 Seiten haben einen Fleck am unteren Seitenrand, ansonsten ein ordentlich erhaltenes Exemplar. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 4350 Gebundene Ausgabe, Halbleder, Büttenpapier. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Cryes of the City of London Drawne after the Life. In 74 Copper Plates.

      Printed and Sold by Henry Overton at the White Horse without Newgate. [c.1733] - 74 fine engraved copper plates, including 2 titles, by Pierce Tempest after Marcellus Laroon. Folio. Some v. sl. foxing & occasional minor browning to margins, but a very good clean copy bound in late 18th, or early 19th, century gilt panelled calf, expertly rebacked in matching style; corners neatly repaired, some rubbing & sl. wear to board edges. Near contemporary inscription at blank head of titlepage, ?from Ja, Joye to his daughter Betty?, armorial bookplate of Keane Fitzgerald. Marcellus Laroon?s The Cryes of the City of London were originally published in 1687 by Pierce Tempest, and reprinted by him in 1688, 1689 and 1709. In 1711, 1713, 1731 or 1733 they were reprinted with the addition of numbers by Henry Overton. No exact date is normally attributed to this reprint as it is hard to decipher, but Overton acquired the plates from Tempest some time between 1709 and 1717. The date appears to be 1733; a James Joye is recorded as Treasurer of St Thomas&apos;s Hospital, London in 1738 & 1739. His brother Charles had previously held this position, as well as that of Treasurer of Guy&apos;s Hospital, until his death c.1737. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Horse-Hoing Husbandry: or, an Essay on the Principles of Tillage and Vegetation. Wherein is shewn a method of introducing a sort of vineyard-culture into the corn-fields, in order to increase their product, and diminish the common expence; by the use of instruments described in cuts. [Bound with:] A Supplement to the Essay on Horse-Hoing Husbandry...

      Second edition, 4to, 2 parts in one, [2], x, 200, [2 index]; [3], 206-274, [4 index]pp., lacking initial imprimatur leaf, D1 (contents) bound after title instead of preface, 7 engraved plates (of which 6 are folding), some minimal worming to margins of several leaves, cont. calf, a little rubbed, rebacked, corners repaired.A much enlarged version of the first edition of 1731, and the first to contain plates of Tull's revolutionary farming implements.

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        Tractatus Juridicus de Alluvione [Bound with Two Related Titles].

      1733. Scarce German Treatises on Water Law, Mills and Pastures Meurer, Noe [1525-1583]. Bartolus de Saxoferrato [1314-1357]. Tractatus Juridicus De Alluvione, Insulis, Alveo & Jure Aquario. Oder Vom Wasser-Recht, In Sich Enthaltend Bartoli Tractatum de Fluminibus, den er Sonst Tyberias Genennet: Wie auch vom Rhein, Und andern Schiff-und nicht Schiff-Reichen Wassern, Und dern Rechten, Ublichen Herkomchen und Gerechtigkeiten. In Drey Kleinen Theilen, und Zwolff Principal-Fragen, Welche Wieder in Verschiedene Sectionen und Theoretico-Practisch-Abgehandelte Special-Fragen Abgetheilt Sind, Die Wichtigste, Zum Wasser- Fluss- und Muhlen-Recht und Gerechtigkeiten, auch Wasser-Gebauen, Behorige Vorfallenheiten und Casus Grundlich Erortrend. Nun aber, Bey dieser Neuern Auflage, Vollig in Bessere Ordnung Gebracht, Auch Ratione Styli, In Specie derer Allegatorum, Emendirt, Und Mit einen Accuraten Register Versehen. Nuremberg: Bey Johann Albrecht, 1733. [vi], 24, 207, [9] pp. Copperplate pictorial frontispiece. Title page printed in red and black. [Bound with] Muller, Peter [1640-1696]. Tractatus Iuridicus de Molendinis in Genere, Et in Specie Potissimum de Bannariis, Von Zwang-Muhlen. Jena: Impensis Francisci Bortoletti, 1738. 112 pp. [And] Berlich, Matthias [1586-1638]. Carpzov, Benedikt [1595-1666], And Others. De Jure Pascendi: Et in Primis de Jure Ovium, Materiisque Affinibus: German. Von Hut- und Weide-Schafen, Schafereyen, Und Andern Hiebey Gehorigen Materien Tractat. Selectiss. Annexis Consiliis, Resolutionibus et Decisionibus Nonnullorum Inter Eos Celeberrimorum Recentioris Aevi Jure Consultorum, E.G. Berlichii, Carpzovii, Rittershusii, Brunnemanni, Mevii, Lynckeri, Harprechti, Bergeri, Homburgi, Koeppii, In Quibus Praecipui Rarioresque circa Hasce Materias in Praxi Obvenientes Casus Solide Explanantur, Et Deciduntur. Opus Omnibus in Foro Versantibus quam Utilissimum. Accessit Index Rerum Locupletissimus. Celle: Impensis Hieron. Fried. Hoffmanni, Bibliopolae, 1714. [ii], 337 pp. Title page printed in red and black. Quarto (8" x 6-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, lettering piece and early hand-lettered shelf number (?) to spine, colored edges. Light soiling and a few minor stains, corners bumped, bookplate residue to front pastedown. Moderate toning, somewhat heavier in places, occasional light foxi

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        Schloßansicht, "Köpenick Palais Rojal" und "Facade du Palais Royal de Köpenick du cote du Jardin".

      - Kupferstich n. Broebes aus Vues de Paliais et Maison de plaisonce b. I. G. Mertz, 1733, 35 x 46 Kiewitz 82 und 83. - 2 Ansichten übereinander. Unten rechts mit "31a" bzw. "31b" bezeichnet.

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        Tavole gnomoniche per delineare orologj a sole. Che mostrino l'ore conforme a quelle degli Orologj, che suonanocon altre tavole che servono per la costruzione de medesimi, e per altri usi.

      Bologna, Nella Stamperia di Lelio della Volpe, 1733, 4deg cartonato coevo, bella incisione in rame al front. (veduta della citta sullo sfondo di strumenti scientifici e della Specola bolognese) pp. (4)-220 con sei tavole incise ripiegate in fine. Riccardi, 325

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        Die Heilige Schrift des Neuen Bundes mit vollständig erklärenden Anmerkungen. Von Bonifacius vom heil. Wunibald [komplett in 4 Bänden]

      4 Halblederbände der Zeit mit jeweils 2 Rückenschildchen und goldgeprägter Rückendekoration mit rundum Rotschnitt, 8,XVI, 534 und 1 Blatt, 2 Blatt, 732, 2 Blatt, 717, 2 Blatt, 655 Seiten mit einem Frontispiz im 1 Band gestochen von Egid Verhelst (Verelst) (1733-1818) Zustand: sehr gut, sehr dekorative Einbände Thieme Becker XXXIV S. 250 Holzmann / Bohatta Dt. Pseud, Lex. S. 315 vermutlich Erstausgabe bzw. nur Titelblätter von 1800, sonst gleiche Seitenanzahlen zur 1. Ausgabe von 1797-1799, 1808 erschien die 2. Auflage, und 1817 die 3. Auflage, Der Verfasser schreibt im 1. Band der 2. Auflage Seiten XI von 1808 im Vorwort zur 2. Auflage, dass die 1. Auflage vergriffen sei, und nach dem rechtlichen Übertragung der 1. Auflage an den Verleger Tobias Löffler die (vermutliche Restauflage ) mit der Bezeichnung Verleger Tobias Löffler 1801 (sic) wohl wird 1800 gemeint sein, nicht mehr verfügbar ist weswegen , u.a. die 2. Auflage gedruckt wurde. Buch

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        Bildnis des Malers Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietricy (Dietrich). Darunter Inschrift. Kupferstich von Jacob Mathias Schmutzer nach einem Selbstbildnis.

      Format (Platte): 385 x 263 mm. Blattgröße: 475 x 310 mm. *Heller-Andersen 18 II Le Blanc 32 II Nagler 16. - Schmutzer (1733-1811) war ein produktiver Wiener Zeichner und Kupferstecher. 1762 nahm ihn die damalige europäische Koryphäe des Kupferstichs Johann Georg Wille als Schüler auf "wie ein Vater seinen Sohn" (Nagler). Schmutzer lernte dort in 5 Jahren die meisterliche Behandlung des Grabstichels. Vorliegend das letzte für Wille geschaffene Blatt, 1766 kehrte er nach Wien zurück, wo er selbst eine Kupferstecherakademie gründete. Er bildete dort zahlreiche Schüler aus und begründete den Ruhm der Wiener Reproduktionsgrafik. - Sehr schönes Künstlerbildnis des sächsischen Malers und Kupferstecher Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich (1712-1774). - Sauberer, kräftiger Abzug, sehr gut erhalten. Aus der Kunstsammlung Speck von Sternburg mit kleinem Trockenstempel.

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        Schwäbische Chronick, erste deutsche Ausgabe

      Moser 1733 - Crusius, M. Schwäbische Chronick, biß auf das Jahr 1596. Aus dem Lateinischen erstmals übersetzt, und mit einer Continuation vom Jahr 1596 biß 1733 versehen. Nebst einer alphabetischen Nachricht von mehr dann tausenden Schrifften, so Schwaben gantz oder zum Theil betreffen, von J. J. Moser. 2 Bde. Frankfurt, Metzler u. Erhard, 1733. Fol. (36:23 cm) 9 Bll., 959 (statt 963 S.; 913-920 als Sp.); 1 Bl., 738 u. 81 (recte 95) S., 43 Bll. Pp. d. 19. Jh., Rücken unter Verwendung alten Manuscript-Pergaments erneuert, berieben u. bestoßen, Bezug tls. mit Schab- u. kl. Fehlstellen, vord. Innengelenk in Bd. 2 etwas gelockert. Heyd 112; Schömbs, Moser 61; Wegele 394 f.; NDB III, 433. &#150; Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Das lateinische Original (nur bis 1596) erschien erstmals 1595-1596 in Frankfurt. &#132;In den &#130;Annales Suevici&#145;, C.&#146;s Hauptwerk, ist mit riesigem Fleiß eine Unsumme von Material zusammengetragen; dadurch ist das Werk noch heute willkommen&#147; (NDB). In vorliegender Übersetzung, die lt. Wegele nicht von Moser selbst stammt, ist außer Mosers &#130;Continuation&#145; dessen &#130;Bibliotheca scriptorum de rebus Suevicis&#145; als wahrscheinlich erste Regionalbibliographie dieser Art bemerkenswert (Besterman 5947). &#150; In Bd. 1 die S. 133-136 von alter Hand in brauner Tinte sehr sorgfältig ergänzt. Gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig, letzte Bll. von Bd. 1 u. wenige Bll. in Bd. 2 mit winziger Wurmspur im Bundsteg bzw. weißen Rand, letztes Blatt in Bd. 2 mit kl. Ausriß im Bundsteg, S. 389-422 in Bd. 2 mit winzigem Wurmloch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - D. O. C [ILLUSTRISSIMO, ET EXCELENTISSIMO DOMINO NONIO ALVARES PEREIRA DE MELLO JAMII CADAVALLENSIUM DUCIS FILIO Optimae spei adolescenti et] D. JOSEPHUS BARBOSA. ULYSSIPPONE OCCIDENTALI, Ex Praelo JOSEPHI ANTONII A? SYLVA, Regia Academiae Typographi. M. DCC. XXXIII. (1733) In-4º De 22,5x17,2 cm. Com [xxxiv], 280, [ii] págs. Encadernação da época inteira de pele, um pouco cansada. Impressão muito nítida com caracteres redondos muito esmaltados, ilustrada com cabeções alegóricos com cenas alusivas ao saber e á fundação da Universidade de Coimbra, vinhetas, florões de remate e capitulares decoradas, tudo desenhado e gravado a buril em chapas de metal por Debrie. Exemplar com restauros rudimentares nas págs. 159-160 e anotações coevas manuscritas na página 157. D. José Barbosa é um dos mais importantes escritores do séc. XVIII, uma época pouco estudada, tendo desenvolvido a sua actividade no âmbito da Academia Real da História, no reinado de D. João V. Entre as numerosos trabalhos de história que publicou encontram-se as «Memórias do Colégio Real de S. Paulo da Universidade de Coimbra, Lisboa. 1727». Os materiais reunidos para a elaboração desta obra, serviram-lhe de base para a composição deste poema latino, em 4036 hexâmetros, em que, com uma brilhante e fluída versificação exalta a história do Colégio de S. Paulo da Universidade de Coimbra a que deu o título de Archiathenaeum que se poderia traduzir por "O grande colégio". As páginas preliminares contêm a dedicatória em dísticos latinos, as censuras em latim do P. António dos Reis, do P. Luís Álvares, do conde de Vimioso, D. José Miguel João de Portugal, as licenças em português e «Ao leitor» em dísticos latinos. De páginas 1 a 148 decorre a obra poética em latim, de 149 a 201, notas biográficas e bibliográficas dos alunos do Colégio impressas a duas colunas, de página 203 a 265 índice das funções e profissões exercidas pelos que pertenceram ao colégio, de páginas 267 a 280 índice alfabético dos alunos do colégio. As duas páginas sem numeração no fim contêm adenda às notas biográficas dos alunos. Muito importante para o estudo da poesia novi-latina em Portugal, da história da Universidade de Coimbra, da família dos duques do Cadaval e do ambiente cultural e artístico no reinado de D. João V. Azevedo e Samodães 294 Barbosa Machado, II, 829. ?D. IOZÉ BARBOSA filho do Capitaõ Ioaõ Barbosa Machado, e D. Catherina Barbosa meu Irmaõ Aprendeo a Gramatica Latina, e os preceitos da Poezia, e Rhetorica em o Collegio de Santo Antaõ dos PP. Jesuitas donde quando ainda naõ contava completos quatorze annos, e meyo abraçou o sagrado instituto de Clerigo Regular Theatino em a Caza de Nossa Senhora da Divina Providencia desta Corte. As obras Concionatorias, Historicas, e Poeticas, que tem publicado, saõ as seguintes? Archiatheneum Lusitanum? Consta de 4036. Versos heroicos.? Inocêncio IV 259-260. D. JOSÉ BARBOSA, Clerigo regular Theatino, cujo instituto abraçou quando contava d"edade pouco mais de quatorze annos; foi Chronista da Casa de Bragança, Examinador do Patriarchado e das Ordens militares, Academico da Academia Real de Historia Portugueza e famoso prégador no seu tempo. [Lisboa 23 de Novembro de 1674 - 6 d?Abril de 1750]. Teve por irmãos mais novos o abbade Diogo Barbosa Machado, e Ignacio Barbosa Machado, ambos devidamente commemorados n?este Diccionario. Foi este escriptor um dos que nas suas numerosas e variadas obras mais se approximaram em correcção e pureza de linguagem dos nossos mais distinctos classicos, merecendo por isso os louvores insuspeitos dos criticos de melhor nota. «Juntou a mais rara e copiosa livraria que até o seu tempo se conheceu, sobre assumptos de historia portugueza, com uma curiosidade incansavel. Inocêncio XII 252. 2755) (C) Memorias do Collegio Real de S. Paulo da Universidade de Coimbra, e dos seus collegiaes e porcionistas. Lisboa, na Offic. de José Antonio da Silva 1727. fol. Como additamento ao n.º 2755 mencione-se como obra interessantissima a relativ

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        Anleitung Zu den fürnehmsten Historischen Wissenschaften, Benanntlich Der Geographie, Chronologie, Genealogie und Heraldica, Der Historia Vniversali Notitia Auctorum, Den Römischen Antiquitäten und der Mythologie, So fern solche einem politen Menschen insonderheit aber denen, so die Studia zu prosequiren gedencken, nützlich und nöthig. Fünfte und mit einigen nützlichen Land-Chärtgen zum ersten mahl vermehrte Auflage.

      Berlin, C. G. Nicolai 1733. \"8°. Gest., Frontisp., Titelbl., 6 nn. Bll., (Vorrede), 512 S., mit 6 doppelblattgr. gest. Taf. u. 3. gest. Taf., 8 nn. Bll. (Register, Corrigenda), Titelblatt in rot u. schwarz, mit Kopfleisten, Initialen u. e. Schlussvignette. Halblederband über Holzdeckeln d. Zeit, schadhaft, Bindung gelockert, vorderer Einbanddeckel gebrochen, hinterer an der Aussenkante verkürzt, Papierüberzug teilw. abgelöst, Rückenleder fehlt teilw., geringer Wurmfrass im vorderen Vorsatz u. im Frontispiz. Titelblatt mäßig schmutzfleckig, Seiten und Tafeln sonst gut erhalten, nur wenig vergilbt und teilw. schwach stockfleckig. Enth. v. S. 385-392 einen Anhang: \"\"Nützliche u. nöthige Schul-Bibliothec Eines Studierenden.\"\"\" ADB 11,221f. ? H. (1675-1748), bedeutender deutscher Pädagoge d. frühen 18. Jh., verfasste auch geschätzte u. vielbenützte Nachschlagewerke u. Lehrbücher, die meist zahlreiche Auflagen erlebten. Diese Auflage nicht im GV! Versand D: 15,00 EUR Geschichte, Geographie, Lehrbücher, Schulbücher

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        Saggio della filosofia del signor cav. Isacco Newton esposto con chiarezza dal signor Enrico Pemberton...

      Francesco Storti in Merceria, 1733. 4to (cm. 23), 4 cc.nn., XVIII-232 pp, 1 c.nn. e 12 tavv. rip. f.t. (segue) Cheyne George, Principj filosofici di religione naturale, ovvero Elementi della Filosofia, e della Religione da essi derivanti; opera di Giorgio Cheyne..., Napoli, Moscheni e Compagni 1729, 6 cc.nn., 231 pp. con 3 tavv. rip. f.t. Legatura coeva in pergamena con fregi e titolo oro al dorso (minimi restauri marginali). Tagli colorati. Lievi fioriture, ma ottimo esemplare di due opere complete, non comuni.

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        La Science du vray qui contient les principaux mystères de la foy [avec] Prières particulières, en forme d'office ecclésiastique [avec] Offices en l'honneur des bienheureux François Paris , Jean Soanen et Marie-Angélique Arnaud [avec] Méditations sur divers sujets de morale

      - S.n., En France 1733, 1778, in-12 (17,5x10,5), (4) 55pp. (2) ; 248pp. (2) 74pp. xiij ; 15-98p., relié. - Rilegatura contemporanea in pieno marocchino rosso. Torna con cinque decorati a cassettoni e ornamenti dorati nervi. Striature dorate su tagli e tappi. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure de l'époque en plein maroquin rouge. Dos à cinq nerfs richement orné de caissons et fleurons dorés. Stries dorées sur les coupes et les coiffes. Traité théologique dans le style pieu du XVIIe, avec de nombreuses images utilisant la lumière et les ténèbres, sur les dogmes de l'église catholique : la grâce, la Trinité... Il n'y aurait donc qu'une science, celle de la foi en Dieu, qui conduit à la vérité universelle.

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        Zayre (ou Zaïre)

      Jore Père & Fils et Jean-Baptiste BaucheRouen et Paris Ed. originale 1733 In-12 (17,5 x 11 cm), (, plein veau marbré d'époque, dos à cinq nerfs richement orné, gardes marbrées. RARE ÉDITION ORIGINALE de cette tragédie représentée à Paris en août, novembre et décembre 1732 et qui fut un triomphe. Coiffes élimées, deux coins émoussés, quelques frottements. quelques corrections manuscrites à l'encre à l'époque. Bon exemplaire.

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        Antiqvitates Nordgavienses Oder Nordgauische Alterthümer und Merc. aufgesucht in der Aureatensischen Kirche, oder Hochfürstl. Hochstifft Eichstett, Worinnen Von dieses ersten Nordgauischen Bißthums Ursprung, wie auch Bischöfflichen Folge, biß auf jetzige Zeit gehandelt . Jedes aber mit Vollständigem, aus den bewährtesten Geschicht-Schreibern, alten Documenten und Urkunden genommenen Beweß versehen; Und Mit den Bildnüssen der Bischöffe und andern Kupffer-Stichen ausgezieret wird. II: Antiqvitates Nordgavienses Oder Nordgauische Alterthümer und Merc. fortgesetzet in dem Hochwürdigen Dom-Capitel Der Aureatensischen Kirche, oder Hochfürstlichen Hochstiffts Eichstett, Worinnen Von demselben überhaupt, und denjenigen bey demselben gestanden und a

      Lochner, Franckfurth und Leipzig 1733 - 2 Teile in einem Band. Franckfurth und Leipzig, Lochner 1733. 36 x 23,5 cm. Kupferstich-Frontispiz, Titel, 3 Bl., 256 S., [34] Bl.; Titel, [4] Bl., 430 S., [16] Bl. (das letzte weiß). Mit 13 (mitpaginierten) genealogischen Tabellen, 20 num. Kupferstich-Tafeln und einer mehrfach gefalteten Kupferstich-Karte. Zeitgenössisches Ganzpergament mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung. Einband fleckig, etwas bestossen. Papier mäßig gebräunt, stellenweise etwas fleckig, insgesamt jedoch sauber. ADB VI, 555 f. - Wichtiges Quellenwerk zur Geschichte des Nordgaus und speziell zu der des Hochstifts Eichstädt, verfasst von dem Historiker Johann Heinrich von Falckenstein (1686-1760). "Dieser trat als wirklicher Hofrath und Kammerjunker in die Dienste des Fürstbischofs Anton I. von Eichstädt . In diesem seinem neuen Amte erhielt er eine Mission, die mehr noch seinen Neigungen als seinen Fähigkeiten entsprach, nämlich den Auftrag, eine Geschichte des Hochstiftes Eichstädt abzufassen. Es wurden ihm zu diesem Zwecke Archive und Registraturen geöffnet. Der Tod des Fürstbischofs Anton I. (1725) erschütterte aber aus unbekannten Gründen Falkenstein's Stellung; er trat daher im Jahr 1730 als Hofrath in die Dienste des Markgrafen Wilhelm Friedrich von Ansbach . Als das vergleichungsweise wichtigste Werk dürfen immerhin seine sogenannte 'Antiquitates Nordgavienses', das heißt die Eichstädtische Geschichte bezeichnet werden; sie bezeugt zugleich den Unmuth, in welchem Falckenstein von Eichstädt geschieden, und hat zu lebhaften Recriminationen und Erwiderungen Veranlassung gegeben" (ADB). 1743 erschien ein dritter, schließlich 1788 ein Urkundenband. Mit der meist fehlenden großen Faltkarte: "Eigentliche Verzeichnung der Gegend und Prospecten der Hochfürstl. Bischöffl. Haupt u. Residentz Stadt Aichstaedt". Diese zeigt eine Gesamtansicht, umgeben von Ansichten des Doms und Gerichtshofs, darüber eine große Vogelschaukarte von Eichstätt mit der Umgebung (49 x 57 cm). Gutes Exemplar. Einband fleckig, etwas bestossen. Papier mäßig gebräunt, stellenweise etwas fleckig, insgesamt jedoch sauber. Zeitgenössisches Ganzpergament mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung.

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        HECHINGEN. - Karte., "Hohenzollern Hechingische Forst-Charte welche Occasione derer in solchern Territorio Anno 1733 entstandene Unruhe verfertiget worden durch M.R. von Freusberg". Karte des Gebietes von Tübingen, Rottenburg/Neckar, Balingen, Hettingen und Erpfingen.

      Kupferstich von Marquard Rudolph v. Freusberg, 1733, 72 x 65 cm. Tooley S. 226. - Karte mit großer Titelkartusche (Wappen) und unten links übergroße Kartusche mit Erklärungen, Legende und Maßstab. Die Städte und Dörfer sind als kleine Vogelschauansichten dargestellt, Berg und Burg Hohenzollern groß unten rechts. - Sehr seltene Karte in gutem Zustand! Baden-Württemberg, Landkarten

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        Versuch über die Beschuldigungen welche dem Tempelherrenorden gemacht worden, und über dessen Geheimniss. [Erster von 2 Teilen]. Nebst einem Anhange über das Entstehen der Freymaurergesellschaft. Erstausg.

      II, 215 S., mit gest. Frontispiz, Kl.-8, Neuerer Lederband mit drei Bünden, goldener Deckelvignette u. Rückentext Ackermann V,237 Kloss 2232 Taute 826 u. 827 Wolfstieg I,5138: "Nicolai stellt die Behauptung auf, die deutsche Rosenkreuzerei sei durch R. Fludd im 3. Dezennium d. 17. Jhs nach England gekommen und dort gepflegt, als Frmrei aufgeblüht." - In sich abgeschlossener erster Teil von zwei, der viel Aufsehen erregte, da Nicolai den Templern eine Mitschuld an ihrem Untergang gibt u. angeblich die Freimaurerei in ein schlechtes Licht rückte. Der ursprünglich offensichtlich nicht geplante, aber noch im selben Jahr erschienene (u. hier fehlende) zweite Teil rechtfertigt sich gegenüber den erschienenen Gegenschriften u. gibt entsprechend ergänzende Ausführungen. - Christoph Friedrich Nicolai, auch Nickolai (1733-1811) deutscher Schriftsteller, Verlagsbuchhändler, Historiker u. Hauptvertreter der Berliner Aufklärung. Er führte einen regen Briefwechsel mit den Größen seiner Epoche. Als Freimaurer war er Mitglied der Berliner Loge "Zu den drei Weltkugeln". In der Philosophie war er Gegner Kants und Fichtes, in der Literatur schrieb er gegen den "Sturm und Drang" u. die aufkommende Romantik. Da Nicolais seine Kritik in der Regel polemisch abfasste, folgten heftige Reaktionen der Betroffenen. Bekannt geblieben ist die Auseinandersetzung mit dem jungen Goethe, dessen "Werther" Nicolai unter dem Titel "Freuden des jungen Werthers" 1775 eine Variante mit "glücklichem Ausgang" gegenüberstellte, was Goethe veranlasste, ihn in dem bissigen Gedicht "Nicolai auf Werthers Grabe" zu verewigen. Später verarbeitet er ihn im "Faust", in der Szene Walpurgisnacht, als "Proktophantasmist" (Steißgeisterseher). Ein weiterer literarischer Streit, unter anderem mit Herder u. Johann Georg Hamann, über den "Baphomet" der Tempelherren, setzte im Jahr 1782 ein. Ein Jahr später wurde Nicolai Mitglied der Illuminaten. In diesem Zusammenhang wird Nicolai oft fälschlich der Gesellschaftsname "Diocletian" zugeschrieben richtig ist vielmehr "Lucian". Mitte 1785 ernannte man ihn zum Regenten u. Präfekten von Berlin. - Titel gestempelt u. mit kl. handschrftl. Nr., sehr wenige Fleckspuren u. seltene Rötelanstreichungen, sonst ein erstaunlich frisches u. gutes Expl.

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        Les curiositez de Paris, de Versailles, de Marly, de Vincennes, de Saint Cloud, et des environs, avec les antiquitez justes & précises sur chaque sujet. Nouvelle Edition. Tome second (2)

      Paris, chez Saugrain 1733. 384 (12) Seiten. Ledereinband der Zeit, 16,5 x 10 cm. Mit zwei Rückenschildchen (braun/rotbraun / CURIOST DE PARIS / TOM II). Rücken ca. 1 cm aufgerissen, Einband beschabt, Ecken aufgerissen. Fliegende Vorsätze zur Falz hin mit Läsuren. Papier leicht gewellt, vereinzelt leicht braunfleckig, einige Seiten angeknickt, Inneres ansonsten gut.

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        The Common Law Common-Plac'd: Containing, the Substance and Effect of All the Common Law Cases, dispersed in the Body of the Law . . . Wherein likewise The Terms of the Law . . . are concisely treated of [etc.]. The Second Edition. Cowley 225. Folio

      London: Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling [etc.], 1733. Contemporary calf, rebacked, the boards somewhat worn and scraped, else a very good, tall, clean copy The last, and much-expanded, edition of Jacob's abridgment, designed to complement his 'Statute Law Common-Placed' and likely his 'Student's Companion, or Reasons of the Law'; arranged by subject, alphabetically

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        Theatre De La Guerre Dans Le Bannat De Temeswar Divisé dans touts ses Districts, mesuré sur les Lieux par Orde. de feu S.A.S. Le Prince Eugene De Savoye, ou se trouvent aussi les Mines D'argent, de Cuivre, & de Fer, les Postes et Relais & c. A Amsterdam Chez Reinier & Iosué Ottens, Geogr:':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Reinier & Josua Ottens in Amsterdam, dat. 1733, 51 x 52 Szántai, Atlas Hungaricus 1528-1850, Vol. II, S. 450, Ottens 3. - Zeigt die Temeswarer Region. - Unten links Insetplan von Temeswar. - Am rechten Rand Erklärungen mit Bennung der Bergwerke, Mauthämter, Glashütten, Post usw. - die "neuen Bergwerke" datiert 1733. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. - Seltene Karte. The economic geograpical map of the Temes Territory with the subordinate map of Temesvar.

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        The Cryes of the City of London Drawne after the Life. In 74 Copper Plates.

      Printed and Sold by Henry Overton at the White Horse without Newgate. [c.1733] 74 fine engraved copper plates, including 2 titles, by Pierce Tempest after Marcellus Laroon. Folio. Some v. sl. foxing & occasional minor browning to margins, but a very good clean copy bound in late 18th, or early 19th, century gilt panelled calf, expertly rebacked in matching style; corners neatly repaired, some rubbing & sl. wear to board edges. Near contemporary inscription at blank head of titlepage, &apos;from Ja, Joye to his daughter Betty&apos;, armorial bookplate of Keane Fitzgerald.Marcellus Laroon&apos;s The Cryes of the City of London

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        Kurtzer Begriff der Anatomie worinnen hauptsächlich die nöthigsten Stücke der Osteologie und Myologie in XIX. Kupfer Tabellen enthalten. . .

      Lorenz Bieling for the author, Nürnberg 1733 - Large folio (424 x 305 mm). 6 nn. leaves and 19 engraved copper plates. Folio. Recent three-quarter maroon, spine titled in gilt, new endpapers, bumping to lower corners. Internally crips and clean with very minor age-toning and occasional finger-soiling, single small worm hole in blank margin, final plate with closed horizontal tear through entire plate, but without loss of image (backed with paper on verso). Fine copy. ---- NLM/Blake p.114; Waller 2350. - FIRST EDITION of an anatomical work mainly intended for physicians and artists with explanations for specific muscles and bones. It was edited by Johann Adam Delsenbach (1687-1765), an engraver who worked in Nuremberg for most of his life, and includes an introduction by Christoph Jacob Treu. The engravings are of high quality and executed much in the style of Vesalius. The work is quite rare with no copy at auction in the past 25 years. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Etat des lettres d'annoblissement données en la Province de Normandie depuis 1520 jusqu'en 1661. Suivi d'Observations sur les lettres de Noblesse de Monsieur François Mouret Grand Père de Monsieur le Président Dupont (1733).

      Manuscrit du XVII ème siècle Manuscrit in-folio de 221 pages et 2 feuillets.Ex-dono manuscrit:" Donné à Monsieur Dupont par Madlle Maille, non relié, le 25 septembre 1733 qui la fait relier ainsy quil est". Provenance: Château de Nenneval Vélin granité d'époque (manque de vélin en bordure et haut du premier plat). Etiquette imprimée reprenant le titre sur les plats. Intéressant état des lettres d'anoblissement obtenues par des normands, vérifiées en la Chambre des comptes et registrées en la Cour des Aides depuis 1522, répertoriant notamment les créations de nobles "avec permission de trafiquer leur vie durant" (faire du commerce), les anoblis des Colonies et du Canada en 1634, en 1588 les noms des 12 Capitaines des Bourgeois de la Ville de Rouen. Exemplaire de M. Dupont, président aux Requêtes, fils d'un Maître des Comptes et petit-fils de François Mouret de Rouen, qui eut ses lettres de noblesse en 1644 (page 174).

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        Tavole gnomoniche per delineare orologj a sole Che mostrino l'ore conforme a quelle degli Orologj, che suonano con altre tavole Che servono per la costruzione...

      1733. In 4°, pp. (4), 220, bella incisione in rame al frontespizio (strumenti scientifici con sullo sfondo la città di Bologna, 6 tavole fuori testo più volte ripiegate. Legatura in pergamena coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Testo fondamentale per lo studio della Gnomonica e per la costruzione delle meridiane solari, strumenti che fino al XVIII sec. erano in grado di indicare l'ora con una sufficiente precisione e regolare quindi la vita quotidiana. Prima edizione di questa opera scientifica scritta dallo studioso Giovanni Lodovico Quadri (1700-1748), socio dell'Accademia delle Scienze di Bologna.

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        Der glückliche Schiffbruch. In einer lesenswürdigen Englischen Liebes-Geschichte dargestellet, nun aus dem Französischen übersetzet. Gestoch. Frontisp., 156 S. Halblederbd im Stil d. Z. auf 3 Bünden.

      Cölln 1733. - Sehr seltener Roman, &#132;theilweise freien Inhalts. Styl leicht und fließend" (Hayn/G. VII 158; etwas anderer Titel und Ausgabe 1719). &#150; Titel in Rot und Schwarz. &#150; Vgl. Fromm 1212 (A. 1719, etwas abweichender Titel und ohne Verfasser). Nicht bei Weller. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bibliotheca Cyprianica, sive Catalogus Librorum Historico-Theologicorum, quos Ern. Sal. Cyprianus...Gothanus...conquisivit. Editio Auctior...Accedunt Indices I. Theologicus. II. Historicus. III. Antiquarius & Miscellaneus. IV. Autorum notabiliorum

      15 p.l., 984 pp., [30] leaves of index. Thick 8vo, cont. half-sheep & paste-paper boards. Leipzig: G.M. Knoch, 1733. The catalogue of the vast library of Cyprian (1673-1745), "one of the last important and influential representatives of the Lutheran orthodoxy."-N.D.B. He was librarian of the Ducal Library at Gotha, did much to improve it, and published a catalogue of its MSS. His library was certainly one of the most important "Gelehrtenbibliotheken" of his time; a considerable portion of it was, of course, devoted to theology - the title-page especially recommends it to the student of theology and ecclesiastical history - and the subject index of theological works alone occupies 29 pp., as opposed to that of all other subjects which only takes up 20 pp. This is the second edition of the catalogue, much enlarged with items acquired since the publication of the first edition (Gotha: 1726). The 1747 Gotha edition is no doubt the sale catalogue, published after Cyprian's death. At the end, on nine pages, we find the bibliography of Cyprian's forty-nine publications. Nice copy. ? A.D.B., Vol. 4, pp. 667-69. Loh, Vol. II, p. 17. Taylor, Book Catalogues, p. 238.

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        Statical essays, containing haemastaticks, or, An account of some hydraulick and hydrostatical experiments made on the blood and blood vessels of animals

      London: Printed for W. Innys and R. Manby, at the West-end of St. Paul's; and T. Woodward, at the Half Moon between the Temple-Gates, Fleetstreet, 1733. First Edition. Leather bound. Very good. 8vo. Volume 2 only. xxii (preface); [26]pp (contents & introduction), 361pp, [1]p errata, [22]pp (index), [16]pp "A Catalogue of Books Printed for, and Sold by, William Innys and Richard Manby." Contemporary calf leather binding with 5 raised bands and leather title label on spine. "Cambridge Style" boards are very dry, worn, and rubbed. Interior contents are near fine condition. Volume 1 was published in 1727 titled, "Vegetable staticks, or, An account of some statical experiments on the sap in vegetables.

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        Recuëil de Poësies diverses

      - s.n., s.l. 1733, in-8 (12x20cm), (8) 116pp., relié. - Binding Post (XIX) in pieno marocchino nero firmato Hardy-Mennil. Torna con cinque nervi giansenisti. Grande inquadratura pizzo oro contreplats. Tutti i bordi dorato. Leggermente strofinato nervi e mascella. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition Reliure postérieure (XIXème) en plein maroquin noir signée Hardy-Mennil. Dos à cinq nerfs janséniste. Large dentelle dorée en encadrement des contreplats. Toutes tranches dorées. Nerfs et mors légèrement frottés.

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      - VOL. I. LONDINI. [+ VOL. II]. AENEIS TABVLIS INCIDIT. IOHANNES PINE. M DCC XXXIII. [1733]. In folio (22x14 cm) com [28], 264, 191, 13 pags. Encadernação artística da época inteira em pele marroquin vermelha com finos ferros rolados a ouro e super-libris armoriados (nome e brasão) nas esquadrias de ambas as pastas: Fr[ancis] Ant[on] S[acro] R[omanum] I[mperium] Comes [Conde] de Wallsegg. M. Dcc. Lxviii [1768]. Profusamente ilustrado com belas vinhetas, cabeçalhos e gravuras em extratexto. Corte das folhas dourado. Obra totalmente impressa a partir de chapas de metal, antecipando com absoluta perfeição a utilização deste processo tipográfico. Exemplar com alguns fólios ligeiramente soltos, por motivo da obra não ser originalmente impressa em cadernos. Contém ex-libris de Raoul Baguenault de Puchesse. Location/localizacao: 5-4-B-3

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