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        Il cantore ecclesiastico per istruzione de' Religiosi Minori Conventuali, e benefizio comune di tutti gli ecclesiastici, del P. Giuseppe Frezza Dalle Grotte maestro in sacra teologia. Tomo primo (unico pubblicato).

      Nella Stamperia del Seminario, 1733. Cm. 24,5, pp. 164 (8). Con bell'antiporta raffigurante un leggio con il corale affiancato da due cherubini ed una tavola f.t. con la mano musicale guidoniana. Legatura coeva in mezza pergamena con titoli ms. al dorso. Qualche traccia d'uso, ma copia genuino, marginosa e ben conservata. Classico studio di musica barocca.

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        Takvim ut tevarih (Taqwim ut Tawarikh)

      Istanbul: Ibrahim Muteferrika, 1733 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. the 12th book to be printed by Ibrahim Muteferrika in 1146 (1733). 6, 3, 247 p. in Modern fine Ottoman style binding ornamented in gilt. .

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        Le faux Aristarque reconnu, ou lettres critiques sur le dictionnaire néologique , Pantalon - Phoebus , le discours de Mathanasius , les voyages des deux Gulliver... de l'abbé Desfontaines/ Anecdotes grecques, ou aventures secrètes d'Aridée

      chez Guillaume Le Sincère, chez la veuve Guillaume, 1733. - chez Guillaume Le Sincère, chez la veuve Guillaume, à Amsterdam, à Paris 1733, 1731, grd in - 12 (16,5x10cm), xi, (1bc) 250pp. et viij, 240pp., relié. - Edizioni originali di questi due libri. Aneddoti greci sembrano scarse, abbiamo trovato solo una copia in possesso della British Library. Tempo di ghiaccio vitello maculato pieno, di nuovo lavorata in rilievo. Parte del titolo in marocchino rosso. Una libreria di tag sul coperchio testa. I vari attriti, 2 angoli urtato. Il termine di Aristarco (considerato l'inventore della critica nel IV secolo aC) designato sotto il vecchio regime giudizioso e informato critica. Il libro è (epigrammi fuori da Voltaire), uno dei testi più accesi scritti contro Padre Desfontaine, In queste "lettere critiche", l'autore cerca di esporre in dettaglio gli errori, le improbabilità e barbarie Desfontaines. L '"Avviso" dà il tono: Pitaval gli nega quasi tutti originali, e denuncia "Il plagio dell'Abate Desfontaines che assegna libri che non sono nati da suo cervello." Il dizionario non lo è neologica e "i plagiatori dio Mercurio è il suo capo. "Non più la definizione di Gulliver. Il campione è rappresentativo Pitaval: attacchi contro la critica letteraria Desfontaines spesso vanno di pari passo con l'accusa di plagio. I critici continuano questi attacchi dopo la morte di Desfontaines, seppellendo le pratiche di un antico critica diffusa nel XVII e XVIII e promuovere lo sviluppo di una nuova e vera critica. Storie greche sono un romanzo storico sul fratello di Alessandro Magno. Abbiamo trovato sotto il nome Aridée la British Library, anche se questo nome è anche quello dell'eroe. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Editions originales de ces deux livres. Les anecdotes grecques paraissent rares, nous n'en avons trouvé qu'un seul exemplaire détenu par la British Library. Reliure en plein veau glacé moucheté d'époque, dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Une étiquette de bibliothèque sur la coiffe de tête. Frottements divers, 2 coins émoussés. Le terme d'Aristarque (considéré comme l'inventeur de la critique au Ive siècle avant J. C.) désignait sous l'ancien régime le critique judicieux et éclairé. L'ouvrage constitue (en dehors des épigrammes de Voltaire) l'un des textes les plus virulents écrit contre l'abbé Desfontaine, Dans ces « lettres critiques », l'auteur s'attache à dénoncer en détail les erreurs, invraisemblances et barbarismes de Desfontaines. L'« Avertissement » donne le ton : Pitaval lui dénie presque toute œuvre originale, et dénonce « Le plagiarisme de l'Abbé Desfontaines qui s'attribuë des Livres qui ne sont pas éclos de son cerveau ». Le Dictionnaire néologique ne serait pas de lui et « Mercure le Dieu des Plagiaires est son patron. » non plus que la traduction de Gulliver. L'exemple de Pitaval est représentatif : les attaques contre la critique littéraire de Desfontaines vont souvent de pair avec l'accusation de plagiat. Les critiques poursuivront ces attaques après la mort de Desfontaines, enterrant les pratiques d'une ancienne critique très répandue au XVII et au XVIIIe et favorisant l'essor d'une nouvelle et vraie critique. Les anecdotes grecques sont un roman historique sur le frère d'Alexandre le Grand. Nous l'avons trouvé sous le nom d'Aridée à la British Library, bien que ce nom soit aussi celui du héros.

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        Fables. By the late Mr. Gay. London, printed for J.Tonson and J.Watts, MDCCXXXIII (1733)

      Tonson, 1733. in - 8, pp.(14), 174, legatura coeva piena pelle, dorso ornato da filetti oro e titolo (ben rifatto). Quarta edizione delle favole del Gay, la prima edizione apparve nel 1727, e venne ristampata varie volte. E' illustrata da 52 incisioni in rame nel testo su mezza pagina, di vari artisti (molte firmate Kent inv. - Fourdrinier sculp.), di attraenti soggetti con personaggi ed animali. Sul titolo incisione con volto allegorico di dama, nel testo numerosi finalini ornati in silografia. Bell'esemplare di rara edizione dedicata a "William Duke of Cumberland". John Gay (1688 - 1732) fu illustre poeta e drammaturgo, autore della notissima "The Beggar's Opera".

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        Collectanea Statutorum, et Ordinamentorum Communis Mantuae extracta ex decem Libris contentis in volumine nuncupato Statuta, et ordinamenta Civitatis Mantuae existenti penes Officium Annonae, in hoc Aechiducali Mantuano Magistratu. 1733

      1733. Manoscritto cartaceo in - folio (mm. 384 x 265) del sec. XVIII in lingua latina, vergato in chiarissima grafia corsiva, composto da un frontespizio con stemma dei Custoza e ricca cornice floreale, da un indice generale per argomenti di 15 ff. nn., un indice del contenuto del presente volume di 8 ff. nn., 271 pp. numerate e 7 ff. bianchi in fine. Leg. recente in p. pelle con nervature e tit. in oro al dorso. Si tratta, come indicato nel frontespizio, di copia di un volume ms. conservato presso l'ufficio dell'annona di Mantova, contenente solo dieci libri, in quanto i primi due sono gli statuti civili e criminali non pertinenti all'ufficio in questione. L'opera fu eseguita nel 1733 per Giuseppe Custoza. La Famiglia Custoza, di origine vicentina, trae il nome dall'omonimo castello. Iscritta nel 1583 tra i nobili del Consiglio di Vicenza, un suo ramo si stabilì nel XVII sec. a Mantova. Nel 1688 l'Imperatore Leopoldo le conferì la nobiltà imperiale e Ferdinando Carlo Gonzaga, Duca di Mantova, le concesse il titolo comitale. Manca alla compilazione il vol. Settimo (quinto per il presente volume), poiché, come specificato, non esiste nell'originale. I libri I - IV dell'opera trattano delle gabelle comunali, della vendita delle merci, delle arti e mestieri, dell'ordine e pulizia della città e dell'istituzione in essa di chiese e cimiteri e dell'elezione degli ufficiali. Il quinto libro non è presente nell'originale. I libri VI - VIII concernono i ponti e le strade, i notai e i cambi, la proibizione di mutare nome e cognome, i modi e forme delle bollette e le norme per gli uffici pubblici. Il libro IX è di particolare interesse per l'estesa elencazione delle norme promulgate contro gli eretici a partire dalla lettera del 1252 di papa Innocenzo IV e proseguendo con le leggi papali e imperiali con i relativi provvedimenti (Heretici puniantur, Hereticis capiendis, Hereticis exterminandis, Heretici capiti examinentur, Destructione domorum, etc.). Nelle bibliografie consultate non viene dato cenno di un capitolo così dettagliato (68 richiami nell'indice per i vari articoli). Il libro X concerne la divisione della città in quartieri, la macina e la caccia, oltre a riportare il rescritto di Carlo VI del 10 novembre 1715 sulle regole per l'amministrazione della giustizia. Cfr.codice simile in Cat. Senato, IV, 196 - 198.

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        Statuts et catalogue des Chevaliers, Commandeurs et Officiers de l'Ordre du Saint Esprit, avec leurs noms, qualitez et postérité, depuis l'Institution jusqu'à présent

      S.l., s.n, 1733. in - folio de (4) et 376 pages pleine veau fauve de l'époque, plats ornés des armes dorés de Louis XV, dos à 6 nerfs orné de fers héraldiques, tranches rouges 1733, 1733, , in - folio de (4) et 376 pages, pleine veau fauve de l'époque, plats ornés des armes dorés de Louis XV, dos à 6 nerfs orné de fers héraldiques, tranches rouges, Nouvelle éditions des status et du catalogue des chevaliers appartenant à l'Ordre du Saint - Esprit. Cet ordre fondé par Henri III, le 31 décembre 1578, fut, durant plus de deux siècle, l'ordre de chevalier le plus puissant de la Monarchie française. La première édition d'un répertoire des chevaliers fut publiée en 1619, sous Louis XIII ; la première édition portant le titre explicite de "Catalogue" date de 1673. Superbe exemplaire, portant les armes royales de Louis XV, d'une grande fraicheur

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        Satyres et autres oeuvres

      Chez Jacob Tonson, 1733. - Chez Jacob Tonson, A Londres 1733, grand in - 4 (22,5x28,5cm), xx ; 420pp., relié. - Nuova edizione, decorate con un frontespizio incisa da L. Auto dopo C. Natoire, fasce, la coda - lampada e sigla incisa da Nicolas Cochin e L. Auto da Natoire e Bouché, il tutto in prima disegnare. Il testo è scritto in un bel bordo rosso e stampato su carta di grandi dimensioni, con eleganti tipografia. vincolanti contemporanea in pieno vitello fiera. Torna con cinque riccamente decorato con scatole e ornamenti dorati nervi, così come una parte del titolo di cuoio biondo. piatti triple net cornice dorata. inquadratura pizzo oro fino di contreplats. Tutti i bordi dorato. Mors leggermente incrinato testa piana superiore e la coda e strofinato. Bella copia di tutti i margini conservato in un elegante rilegatura contemporanea. Cenni storici Claude Brossette, edizione 1729; essi sono stati aumentati di note Lenglet - Dufresnoy. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition considérablement augmentée, ornée d'un frontispice par Natoire, gravé par L. Cars, 1 fleuron sur le titre, par Cochin fils, 7 vignettes et 15 culs - de - lampe, dont il n'y a que trois de différents, par Bouché et Natoire, gravés par Cochin, et 3 lettres ornées.  Belle reliure de l'époque en plein veau brun moucheté, dos à cinq nerfs orné de caissons et de fleurons dorés ainsi que d'une pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, roulette dorée en encadrement des plats et sur les coupes, dentelle dorée en encadrement des contreplats, toute tranches mouchetées vert. Mors très légèrement frottés, quatre coins émoussés. Petite mouillure sombre angulaire sur quatre feuillets, feuillets de fin jaunis. Bel exemplaire à toutes marges conservé dans une élégante reliure. Le texte est consigné dans un bel encadrement rouge et imprimé sur grand papier, avec une typographie soignée. Ex - libri de la bibliothèque de M. Lesage.  

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        Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae secundùm Missale et Breviarium Romanum S. Pii V. Pont. Maximi Jussu editum, Clementis VIII et Urbali VIII...

      Typ. Balleoniana, 1733. Cm. 19, pp. 515 (1). Testo interamente stampato in rosso e nero, vignetta al frontespizio e 5 belle incisioni in rame a piena pagina. Bella legatura coeva in pieno marocchino con ricche decorazioni in oro a piatti e dorso. Tagli dorati. Timbro privato di possesso al margine del frontespizio. Ben conservato.

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        Philosophical Works of Francis Bacon Vol 1-2

      Knapton, Midwinter, Ward, Bettesworth , Hitch, Pemberton, Osborn, London 1733 - Very good condition for it's age. Clean text, some ownership bookplates and spotting on the FEP. Corner wear down to the boards. Chipping on the edges and corners. Firm binding on the text, as if unread. The leather on the spine has cracks and chips from age. Thick volumes, additional shipping my be required outside the US. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The English Malady: or, a treatise of nervous diseases of all kinds, as spleen, vapours, lowness of spirits, hypochondriacal, and hysterical distempers, &c. In three parts. Part I. Of the nature and cause of nervous distempers. Part II. Of the cure of nervous distempers. Part III. Variety of cases that illustrate and confirm the method of cure. With the author's own case at large.

      London: printed for G. Strahan ..... and J. Leakeat Bath. 1733. 8vo., (6) + xxxii + (2) + 370 + (6)pp., contemporary panelled calf with raised bands, spine label renewed, short cracks in joints but still a near-fine copy, crisp and sound. With the early ownership inscription in ink on front free endpaper of Thos Welman of Low[e]r Poundisford 1735.> [Lower Poundisford is in Somerset]. First edition. Garrison & Morton 4840. Wellcome II p.339. Hunter & Macalpine p.351. 'Cheyne (1671-1743) attributed hypochondria ('Cheyne's disease') to the moisture of the air and variability of the weather in the British Isles. Cheyne himself suffered from this disease and the work includes a careful account of his own case history'. [Garrison & Morton, p.745]. 'The title I have chosen for this treatise', writes Cheyne in his Preface, 'is a reproach universally thrown on this island by foreigners, and all our neighbours on the continent, by whom nervous distempers, spleen, vapours, and lowness of spirits, are in derision, called the English Malady. And I wish there were not so good grounds for this reflection. The moisture of our air, the variableness of our weather, (from our situation amidst the ocean) the rankness and fertility of our soil, the richness and heaviness of our food, the wealth and abundance of the inhabitants (from their universal trade) the inactivity and sedentary occupations of the better sort (among whom this evil mostly rages) and the humour of living in a great, populous and consequently unhealthy towns, have brought forth a class and set of distempers, with atrocious and frightful symptoms, scarce known to our ancestors, and never rising to such fatal heights, nor afflicting such numbers in any other known nation. These nervous disorders being computed to make almost one third of the complaints of the people of condition in England ....'. [see Hunter & Macalpine pp.351-3].

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        RUDIMENTA LINGUAE ARABICAE

      - AUCTORE THOMA ERPENIO. FLORILEGIUM SENTENTARUM ARABICARUM UT ET CLAVIM DIALECTORUM, ac praesertim ARABICAE, adjecit ALB. SCHULTENS. Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden], Apud SAMUELEM LUCHTMANS, 1733. Academiae Typographum. [Colofon]: Typis Isaaci vander Mijn. Lugduni Batavorum. MDCCXXXIII [1733]. In 4º (19,5x14,5 cm) com [6], 374, [1] pags. Encadernação da época em pergaminho flexível. Obra impressa em caracteres árabes e latinos. Erpenius, um orientalista holandês, estudou línguas orientais enquanto fez o seu curso de teologia. Viajou através da Europa e durante a sua estadia em Paris, teve aulas em árabe com um egípcio chamado Joseph Barbatus, também chamado Abu-dakni. Mais tarde e para desenvolver o seu conhecimento limitado, ele estudou mais aprofundadamente com um diplomata marroquino de origem andaluz chamado Ahmad ibn Qasim Al-Hajari. Escreveu este Rudimenta Linguae que teve a sua primeira edição em 1620. Reimpressão com a importante adição de ?Clavis dialectorum ', de Schultens, em que este discute a relação lexicológica entre o hebraico e árabe. Outra novidade é a antologia de provérbios, intitulado' Al-Nawabig '. In 4º (19,5x14,5 cm). [6], 374, [1] pags. Binding: Contemporary flexible parchment. Printed in Arab and Latin characters. Erpenius a Dutch orientalist studied Oriental languages whilst taking his course of theology. He travelled trough Europe and during his stay in Paris he took lessons in Arabic from an Egyptian named Joseph Barbatus, otherwise called Abu-dakni. Later and to develop his limited knowledge he also took lessons from a Moroccan diplomat of Andalusian origins, named Ahmad ibn Qãsim Al-Hajari. He wrote this Rudimenta Linguae which had its first edition in 1620. Reprint witth the important addition of Schultens' 'Clavis dialectorum', in which he discusses the lexicological relation between Hebrew and Arabic. Another new feature is the anthology of proverbs entitled 'Al-Nawabig'. Location/localizacao:

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        The English Malady:

      8vo., (6) xxxii (2) 370 (6)pp., contemporary panelled calf with raised bands, spine label renewed, short cracks in joints but still a near-fine copy, crisp and sound. With the early ownership inscription in ink on front free endpaper of Thos Welman of Low[e]r Poundisford 1735. [Lower Poundisford is in Somerset]. "Cheyne (1671-1743) attributed hypochondria ("Cheyne's disease") to the moisture of the air and variability of the weather in the British Isles. Cheyne himself suffered from this disease and the work includes a careful account of his own case history". [Garrison & Morton, p.745]. "The title I have chosen for this treatise", writes Cheyne in his Preface, "is a reproach universally thrown on this island by foreigners, and all our neighbours on the continent, by whom nervous distempers, spleen, vapours, and lowness of spirits, are in derision, called the English Malady. And I wish there were not so good grounds for this reflection. The moisture of our air, the variableness of our weather, (from our situation amidst the ocean) the rankness and fertility of our soil, the richness and heaviness of our food, the wealth and abundance of the inhabitants (from their universal trade) the inactivity and sedentary occupations of the better sort (among whom this evil mostly rages) and the humour of living in a great, populous and consequently unhealthy towns, have brought forth a class and set of distempers, with atrocious and frightful symptoms, scarce known to our ancestors, and never rising to such fatal heights, nor afflicting such numbers in any other known nation. These nervous disorders being computed to make almost one third of the complaints of the people of condition in England ....". [see Hunter & Macalpine pp.351-3].

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        Observations crétiennes et politiques sur le célibat des Prêtres.

      1733 avant 1733 - In-12 de (2)-42 pp., veau brun, dos orné à nerfs, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale de toute rareté inconnue des bibliographies spécialisées, qui manque à la B.N.F. ; un exemplaire cité au Catalogue collectif de France (Bibliothèque Méjanes d'Aix-en-Provence). Faux titre et titre de départ : Observations crétiennes et politiques Sur le Célibat des Prêtres. Avertissement. Ce Traité a été imprimé sur une mauvaise Copie en Holande. Ocasion de cet ouvrage. C'est une version différente en de très nombreux points de rédaction de l'édition définitive de 1733 imprimée du vivant de l'Abbé de Saint-Pierre (1658-1743) dans la collective Ouvrajes de politique (tome II, p. 150) - sous le titre de départ Observations politiques sur le célibat des prêtres Troisième ébauche ; cette dernière mention ("troisième ébauche") implique l'existence de deux premières moutures non répertoriées dont vraisemblablement ce tirage sans date imprimé sur une mauvaise Copie en Holande est un exemplaire. Signalons quelques différences remarquables comme la série 1 de notre exemplaire qui contient XVI articles pour XV articles en 1733 ; dans la série 2, article 2 (dont le titre fut modifié) sont mentionnées "quatre-vingt mille nouvelles familles" pour "cent mille familles" en 1733 ; sous le titre Interest du Saint Siège & de la Cour de Rome pour accorder les dispenses du célibat on trouve 8 articles qui seront supprimés en 1733 etc. Bûcher bibliographique, 458 ; pas dans Einaudi, Goldsmith, Kress, INED. Relié en tête : CASTEL DE SAINT-PIERRE. Mémoire pour diminuer le nombre des procès, Par Mr. l'Abbé de St Pierre. A Paris, chez Cavelier Fils, 1725. In-12 de (12)-420-(10) pp. Edition originale. Le feuillet de privilège manque. « Maux provoqués par le grand nombre de procès (ruine des familles, affaiblissememt de l'Etat, occupation d'un grand nombre de sujets qui pourraient plus utilement s'employer dans les diverses branches de l'économie), et remèdes à y apporter : perfectionnement et uniformisation des lois, établissement d'une Académie perpétuelle de droit français, etc ». INED, 985. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Magna Carta.

      London: , 1733. By Permission of Â… the Trustees of the Cottonian Library. This Plate being a Correct Copy of King John's Great CharterÂ… Engraved facsimile printed on vellum (700 × 480 mm), central panel of text surrounded by the 25 coats-of-arms of the Barons, hand-coloured, and a similar representation of the remains of King John's Great Seal, all panels enclosed by hand-coloured oak leaf and acorn borders. Recently float-mounted, framed and glazed, conservation mountboard, UV resistant glass, ebonized and gilt frame. A little cockled, old tack holes rusted through at the margins, bottom edge a little damp-stained, colour faded, remains about very good. First impression, printed on vellum, of this meticulously engraved facsimile of the Magna Carta, "a sacred text, the nearest approach to an irrepealable "fundamental statute" that England has ever had" (Pollock and Maitland, History of English Law, I, p.173). The work of the John Pine (1690-1756) engraver, publisher, print- and mapseller, Bluemantle Pursuivant at the College of Arms, and Engraver to the King's Signet and Stamp Office, this facsimile was made from one of the Cottonian library copies and heraldically embellished by him with the arms of the rebellious barons. Perhaps the most-celebrated legal document of the English-speaking world, Churchill declaring of it; "Here is a law which is above the King and which even he must not break. This reaffirmation of a supreme law and its expression in a general charter is the great work of Magna Carta; and this alone justifies the respect in which men have held it" (History of the English-speaking Peoples, I, p. 257).

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        A review of the remarks on Mr. Chandler's Introduction to the history of the inquisition: in which his answer to the said remarks is consider'd; His Misrepresentations of Fact [ and 9 Other Works, Bound in One Volume ]

      Printed for T. Ward and E. Wicksteed, in the Inner Temple Lane, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-lance., London Dublin 1733 - First work. A review of the remarks on Mr. Chandler's Introduction to the history of the inquisition: in which his answer to the said remarks is consider'd; His Misrepresentations of Fact are farther laid open, and his Prevarications in Defence of them exposed. By William Berriman, D. D. Rector of St. Andrew's Undershaft, and Fellow of Eton College. Printed for T. Ward and E. Wicksteed, in the Inner Temple Lane, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-lance. London. 1733.[2],74pp. Second work. Remarks on 'The most Rev. Dr. **'s Catechism; revised, enlarged, approved, and recommended by the four R.C. Archbishops of Ireland, as a general catechism for the kingdom. By Sharp Granville.London : printed by R. Edwards, for F. C. and J. Rivington; Gale and Curtis; J. White and J. Hatchard 1810. xx,112pp. Third work. Letters to a Roman Catholic prelate of Ireland, in refutation of Counsellor Charles Butler's Letter to an Irish Catholic gentleman; to which is added a postscript, containing a review of the Rev. Doctor O'Connor's works, entitled Columbanus ad Hibernos on the liberty of the Irish Church. By the Rt. Rev. J. Milner, D.D. F.S.A. C.A.R. & V.A. of the Midland District in England.Dublin : Printed by R. Coyne, 165, Capel-Street. Sold by John Reynolds, Kilkenny, James Healy, Cork, Richard Farrell, Waterford, and Keating Brown and Keating, Booker, Fowlder, Budd and Ridgeway, London. 1811 [4],131,[1]pp. Fourth work. Correspondence on the formation, objects, and plan, of the Catholic Bibil Society : including letters from the Earl of Shaftesbury, Lord Clifford, Right Rev. Bishop Poynter, Rev. Peter Gandolphy, Ant. Rich. Blake and Charles Butler : with notes and observations, exhibiting the genuine principles of Roman Catholics.London : L.B. Seeley 1813. Iv,92pp. Contents: Correspondence between W. Blair and C.E. Lefroy, members of the Catholic Bible Fund, and members of the English Catholic Board relative to the former body's proposal to circulate an edition of the Roman Catholic text of the Bible, without notes, in Ireland. Fifth work An essay on the supposed existence of a quadripartite and tripartite division of tithes in England, for maintaining the clergy, the poor, and the fabric of the church. By the Rev. William Hale Hale.London : Sold by J.G. & F. Rivington . and B. Fellowes 1832.52pp, Sixth work Established Church in Ireland : A letter to Doctor Doyle, Roman Catholic Bishop of Kildare & Leighlin, in reply to his letter to Lord Farnham. by the Rev. Robert J. McGhee, A.M. Minister of the Established Church.London : Printed by R. Clay, and sold by Hatchard and Son 1831.32pp. Seventh work. A reply to the first part of a sermon, delivered by P. A. Baines, Bishop of Siga, &c., upon faith, hope, and charity, at the dedication of the Roman Catholic Chapel, at Bradford. by a member of the British Reformation Society.By George Finch. London : Printed by G. Norman, 29, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden 1831.56pp. Eighth work. A reply to the second part of Dr. Baines, Bishop of Siga's sermon, upon faith, hope, and charity. by a member of the British Reformation Society.By George Finch. Printed by G. Norman. London. 1832 72pp. Ninth work. A speech delivered in the House of Lords, March 22nd, 1832, on the new plan of national education in Ireland. by Henry, Lord Bishop of Exeter. [ Philpotts Henry ].London. John Murray. 1832.35pp. Tenth work Charge delivered to the clergy of the Diocese of Exeter. / by the Right Reverend Henry Lord Bishop of Exeter ; at his triennial visitation in the months of August, September and October, 1833. Second edition.London : John Murray.1833.78pp. 10 works bound in one volumes. Bound in period or early half vellum, marble boards, vellum corners. Binding dusty, light wear on edges, slightly sprung. Binding in very good firm condition. Internally, repair on inner margin of first title, very occasional dust marking. Pages in good order throughout. A very nice collection of antiquarian works. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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        Trattato della pittura . scritta da R. du Fresne. Si sono giunti i tre libri della pittura, ed il trattato della statua di L. B. Alberti, colla vita del medesimo 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Mit gest. Titelvignette, 2 gest. Porträts, 73 Textkupfern, 6 gest. Kopfvignetten und 6 gest. Initialen, teils nach N. Poussin.

      Fr. Ricciardo für N. und V. Rispoli . -, Neapel 1733 - Neuer HLdr. mit Pergamentdeckeln und goldgepr. "L" auf dem Rücken. 34,5 : 24 cm. 8 Bll., 115 S.; 4 Bll., 55 S. - Erste in Italien erschienene Ausgabe des berühmten Malereitraktates von Leonardo da Vinci. Beruht auf dem erstmals 1651 herausgegebenen Werk du Fresnes (1611-1661). Leonardos Traktat blieb mehr als 150 Jahre lang ungedruckt und zirkulierte bis zu der Ausgabe von 1651 in mehreren Abschriften. Als Vorlage dienten dem Herausgeber du Fresne zwei Handschriften. "Der Text enthält dementsprechend auch nur eine unvollständige Redaktion . Trotzdem wurde diese schöne Ausgabe Grundlage für etwa 20 spätere Drucke bis zum Beginn des 19. Jahrhunderts" (Schlosser). Mit einer Kurzbiographie Leonardos von du Fresne im ersten Teil. Im zweiten Teil mit L. B. Albertis (1404-1472) Abhandlung zur Malerei. Albertis Schriften, so auch das vorlieg. Werk, "sind die ersten literarischen Formulierungen der ästhetischen und wissenschaftlichen Theorien der Renaissance auf den Gebieten der Architektur, der Malerei und der Bildhauerkunst . Leonardos Trattato della pittura steht stark in Albertis Schuld" (Carter/Muir). - Die Kupfer mit Figurenstudien und zahlr. geometrischen Entwürfen zur Anatomie etc. Die letzten 2 S. mit den Ausführungen über die Malerei von Nicolas Poussin. - Titel in Rot und Schwarz. - Teils stockfleckig u. etw. gebräunt, stellenweise (wasser-)fleckig, 1 Bl. mit ergänztem Randabriss, Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, flieg. Vorsatz mit Wachssiegel "S". Einband stellenweise berieben.Cicognara 233. - Schlosser 144. - UCBA II, 2068. - PMM 28. - Graesse VII, 327. 1300 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sentimens d'un Homme de Guerre sur le nouveau système du Chevalier de Folard ; par rapport à la Colonne & au Mélange des différentes Armes d'une Armée. Avec une Dissertation sur l'Ordre de Bataille de César & de Pompée à la Journée de Pharsale. Par Monsieur D***.

      Chez Briasson, A Paris 1733 - In-4 de (14)-167-(1) pp., veau blond, dos orné à nerfs, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). « L'écrivain militaire le plus discuté de la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle fut sans aucun doute le chevalier Jean-Charles de Folard (1669-1752). Sa notoriété fut véritablement européenne. Pour Folard, la colonne est formée d'un à six bataillons à la queue les uns des autres. Le front doit osciller entre vingt-quatre et trente files en terrain ouvert. La colonne doit compter sur le choc plus que sur le feu. Elle doit aborder l'ennemi à l'arme blanche, ce qui convient mieux à la nation française qu'à nulle autre, estime Folard » (L'Art de la guerre de Machiavel à Clausewitz). Ex-libris du marquis de Vaulchier. Bel exemplaire.

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        An Essay on Man. Address’d to a Friend. Part I [with all parts]

      Printed for J. Wilford, London 1733 - Format: Pot folio (12 5/8" x 7 7/8", 320mm x 201mm): A2 B-E2 ?1(viz. 3E2?) 2A2(A1+?a2) 2B-D2 2E2(–2E2) 3A2 3B-D2 3E2(–E2) 4A2 4B-E2 5A2 5B-F2. 53 leaves, pp. 1-5 6-19, blank, half-title (to Epistle II), blank, 21-7 28 25-11 11 213-17, blank, 31-5 36-18, 41-5 46-20, [4], 51 52-16 71 518, [1], blank [=106]. Number of Volumes: [1733-1734]. Bound in late-XIXc (?) crushed green morocco, re-backed with crushed blue morocco. Double gilt-fillet border, double gilt-fillet on edges of covers, gilt inside dentelle. Six raised bands with gilt vertical strokes. In the panels, triple gilt border top-and-bottom, outermost leaves, and gilt flower central ornament. Title gilt in second panel. All edges gilt. Presented in a custom slip-case with chemise. Slight wear to fore-corners. Re-backed. Nick to rear cover. Mild tanning to periphery of end-papers. First item with residual transverse crease at middle. Paper unusually bright, almost entirely devoid of foxing. A fine copy. Book-plate of Alfred Edward Newton on front paste-down. Presented with additional materials: 1. Typed letter on Newton’s headed paper, signed; most amusing. 2. A clipped bibliographic description of the item (before its repair but after the Newton sale, largely verbatim from that sale’s catalogue) –but from what catalogue? 3. An invoice from Dauber & Pine Bookshops, dated 10/5/37, for the purchase of a different item, but presumably belonging to a previous owner of the book:Martin J. Keogh Jr., one of the first captains in the Air Force and a lawyer living on the Upper East Side of New York. 4. A folded but unbound pamphlet of 12 leaves, with bibliographic descriptions of the items, typed with some manuscript corrections and additions. The pamphlet claims that the item has been collated with the Ashley Library Catalogue, Volume 4. Pope’s great optimistic-philosophical didactic poem An Essay on Man was widely admired and emulated throughout Europe; Voltaire, Rousseau and Leibniz are among its admirers (although the former two later renounced it). In it, the great translator of Homer explores the relation of man to the divine. In it are some of the most quoted and cited lines in English; to wit: "Know then Thy-self, presume not God to scan;The only Science of Mankind is Man.Plac’d on this Isthmus of a Middle State,A Being darkly wise, and rudely great:With to much knowledge for the Sceptic Side,With too much Weakness for a Stoic’s Pride, / He hangs between; in doubt to act, or rest, / To deem himself a Part of God, or Beast; / In doubt, his Mind or Body to prefer, / Born but to die, and reas’ning but to err; / Alike in Ignorance, his reason such, / Whether he thinks to little, or too much." (Epistle II, vss. 1-11; 3B1r-v.) The printing history of the Essay is contorted, and Griffith’s bibliography, now nearing one hundred, is still the authority on it. The five items bound up in the present volume chart this publication history closely (perhaps why Newton purchased it). The poem’s first part (not yet called an epistle though it is one), is Griffith’s issue B, which was simply the ordinary-size folio printed, Griffith writes, simultaneously with issue A (a large-paper folio: 20 February 1733) and from the same type. The transverse crease attests to the slimness of the issue; it could be folded in half and put in a pocket or a pocket-book. All the remaining items line up with the format of the first; i.e., they are ordinary size folios, although in all cases Griffith recognizes only the large-paper format –thus they are described as "like" Griffith issues. Either there were simultaneous issues of ordinary folios in all cases or the remaining items have been (rather substantially) trimmed. The second item, Epistle I – now for the first time called an epistle, and containing reference to the second and third epistles –is like Griffith issue I, the first issue to do so. It is the heir to issue A/B, in that it was likely set up from a marked copy (as attested by Corrected by the A [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Beggar s Opera. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincolns-Inn-Fields. The Third Edition, To which is Added the Ouverture in Score; and the Musick prefix d to each song.

      Watts & Co, London 1733 - 4 Bll., 8 S. (Noten), 76 S., Die seltene 3. Ausgabe. Ldr. d. Zt. mit Deckel- und reich verzierten Innenfileten sehr gut erhalten, lediglich Falz und Kanten teils etw. berieben und innen vereinzelt minimal stockfleckig. Gedruckte Eignervermerk auf Spiegel, handschriftl. Name und Datum auf Spiegel. Abklatsch der reichverzierten Innenfileten auf Vorsatzblättern. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De praesagienda vita and morte aegrotantium libri septem cum prefatione Hermanni Boerhaave

      

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        Fables. By the late Mr. Gay.

      London, printed for J.Tonson and J.Watts, MDCCXXXIII (1733), - in-8, pp.(14), 174, legatura coeva piena pelle, dorso ornato da filetti oro e titolo (ben rifatto). Quarta edizione delle favole del Gay, la prima edizione apparve nel 1727, e venne ristampata varie volte. E' illustrata da 52 incisioni in rame nel testo su mezza pagina, di vari artisti (molte firmate Kent inv.- Fourdrinier sculp.), di attraenti soggetti con personaggi ed animali. Sul titolo incisione con volto allegorico di dama, nel testo numerosi finalini ornati in silografia. Bell'esemplare di rara edizione dedicata a "William Duke of Cumberland". John Gay (1688-1732) fu illustre poeta e drammaturgo, autore della notissima "The Beggar's Opera". Cohen-Ricci, 1810. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Deliciae Topo-Geographicae Noribergenses, oder Geographische Beschreibung der Reichs-Stadt Nürnberg und derselben In dem Marggräflich-Brandenburgischen Territorio Situirten Gegend. Accurat und mit besondern Fleiß, nach allen in diesem Landes -Bezirck gelegen und größtentheils Jure Superficiei nach Nürnberg gehörigen Schlössern, Städten, Märckten , Dörffern , Weylern, Höfen, Gütern, Mühlen und Unterthanen beschrieben und zu besserer Einsicht und Erläuterung Mit Land-Charten versehen.

      ohne Ort, ohne Verlag, 1733. 6 Bll., 114 S., 5 Bll., 5 gefalteten Kupferstichkarten 4°, Halbpergament, Einband berieben Ecken und Rücken fleckig und bestoßen, Buchblock und Karten frisch und gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,50 EUR

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        Reichs-Stättisches Hand-Buch, Worinn Die heutiges Tages noch einen Nuzen zu haben scheinende Urkunden, welche des Heiligen Römischen Reichs Frey- und Reichs-Stätte. angehen. 2 Bänd.

      Tübingen, Selbstverlag des Verfassers, 1732, 1733. - 4°, circa 22,5 x 19 cm. 4 Bll., 1078, 42 SS.; 2 Bll., 1100, 48 SS. Marmorierter Leder d. Zt. mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, bayerischen Wappensupralibros, Marmorpapier-Vorsätzen und mormoriertem Schnitt Pütter III, 165; Schömbs 50; vgl. Stintzing/L. III1, 315ff. - Einzige Ausgabe, selten. - Nach Städten geordnete Sammlung von Verträgen, Urkunden usw. Behandelt u. a. Aachen, Augsburg, Biberach, Bremen, Esslingen, Frankfurt (ausführlich), Goslar, Hamburg, [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        AN EPISTLE TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE RICHARD LORD VISC[OUN]T COBHAM: OF THE KNOWLEDGE AND CHARACTERS OF MEN

      London: Printed for Lawton Gilliver, 1733 [i.e., 1734]. FIRST EDITION y. This is a very well-preserved copy of one of Pope's 13 famous Horatian epistles. These works were inspired by the "Satires" and "Epistles" of Horace, who, like Pope, had an uneasy tolerance for the foibles of his contemporaries. They are akin to, and from the same period as, Pope's so-called Ethic Epistles, which are essentially fragments of a book-length treatise on human morality that was conceived of but never completed. When the present piece is done examining human nature, its conclusions are not heartening. Pope recognizes the notion of a Ruling Passion as the chief clue to understanding human motivation, but he also sees that the human spirit is never static, is always unpredictable, and is full of dark mysteries. Any abstract system to explain the innermost nature of humans is, consequently, always going to be inadequate.. 350 x 228 mm. (13 3/4 x 9"). 2 p.l., 13, [1] pp., [1] leaf (ad). FIRST EDITION. Recent gray marbled paper wrappers. Woodcut tailpiece. Griffith 329; Foxon P-920; Rothschild 1611. Very slight foxing and browning, but a fine copy, the binding essentially as new, and the text with clean, fresh leaves and ample margins. This is a very well-preserved copy of one of Pope's 13 famous Horatian epistles. These works were inspired by the "Satires" and "Epistles" of Horace, who, like Pope, had an uneasy tolerance for the foibles of his contemporaries. They are akin to, and from the same period as, Pope's so-called Ethic Epistles, which are essentially fragments of a book-length treatise on human morality that was conceived of but never completed. When the present piece is done examining human nature, its conclusions are not heartening. Pope recognizes the notion of a Ruling Passion as the chief clue to understanding human motivation, but he also sees that the human spirit is never static, is always unpredictable, and is full of dark mysteries. Any abstract system to explain the innermost nature of humans is, consequently, always going to be inadequate.

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        Pensées critiques sur les mathématiques, Ou l'on propose divers préjugés contre ces Sciences, à dessein d'en ébranler la certitude, & de prouver qu'elles ont peu contribué à la perfection des beaux Arts.

      - Paris, Gabriel Valleyre fils, 1733. Petit in-8, plein veau brun de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné de compartiments garnis d'un petit fer spécial doré entre-nerfs, tranches rouges, (2) f., (8), 377, (3) p. Edition originale et unique de cet ouvrage dans lequel l’auteur dénie aux mathématiques toute prétention à la vérité absolue. Il divise son ouvrage en 7 chapitres, chacun s’attaquant à un "préjugé". L’avant-dernier s’attache à réfuter les nouvelles méthodes de calcul infinitésimal mises au point par G.-F.-A. de l'Hôpital et Pierre Varignon. Le dernier chapitre est consacré à question la place des mathématiques dans les beaux-arts: architecture, peinture sculpture, plus particulièrement dans la musique, en se référant à la perfection antique en ces domaines. L’ouvrage se situe dans les retombées de la querelle des anciens et des modernes. Chanoine d'Aubusson, mort prématurément, Cartaud de la Vilatte composa également un essai d'esthétique (‘Essai historique et philosophique sur le goût’) qui fit grand bruit. (France littéraire, II, 67). Coiffes lég. frottées, quelques auréoles claires. Petites signatures ex-libris, étiquette et cote de bibliothèque anciennes. Bon exemplaire bien relié à l’époque. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sammelblatt, "Neuester und exacter Plan und Prospect von der Stadt, Vestung, Bay und Fortification von Gibraltar .".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, Kupferstich b. Homann Erben, dat. 1733, 47,5 x 57,5 In der oberen Hälfte des Blattes befinden sich 2 kleinere Gesamtansichten ( je 11,5 x 23,5 cm. ) von Cadix und Gibraltar, sowie eine eine Darstellung der Befestigungsanlagen aus der Vogelschau von Gibraltar ( 34 x 22,5 cm. ) In der unteren Hälfte Ansicht der Festung Gibraltar aus halber Vogelschau ( 22 x 57,5 cm.). - Ein Papierausriß außerhalb der Darstellung - im unteren Bugbereich - wurde restauriert.

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        Das Christliche Jahr, oder Die Episteln und Evangelien, Auf die Sonn-Gemeine-Ferial- und Fest Tage des ganzen Jahres, Sambt dererselben Außlegung/ In gebundener und ungebundener Rede: Wie auch Einem kurtzen Begriff deß Lebens von denen Heiligen derer Gedächtnuß begangen wird. Auß Der Frantzösischen in die Teutsche Sprach übersetzt. Und Durchgehends mit Kupffern gezieret. Vermehret und verbessert, das andertemahl an Tag gegeben - 1.-11.Theil (in zwei Bänden gebunden).

      Prag, durch Adalbert Wilhelm Wessely, 1733 - gest. Frontisp. mit 1 nn.Bl., Titelbl., 4 nn. Bll., 1097 S., 1 nn.Bl.(Reg.); Titelbl.,2 nn.Bl.1341 S. 1 nn.Bl.(Reg.); Titelblatt in rot und schwarz, Frontisp.(Excell.Dom:Dom: Comitis de Sporek Sculptor, Micha: Rentz, Inv.: del: et fecit in Kuckus-Baad) mit 13 gestochenen Kopfleisten und 275 meist halbseitigen Textkupfer, sowie mit Schlußvignetten und einem gestochenen Notensatz am Registerblatt des 1.Bandes Einbände gut erhalten, etwas berieben und verschmutzt, Deckeln mit leichtem Wurmfraß und einige kl. Wurmgängen, durchgehend etwas finger- und stockfleckig, kl. Wasserränder, typische Papierbräunung - Band 1: handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk v.alter Hand am Vorsatz, Frontisp.mit Randbeschädigungen, Block beim Titel und hinterem Vorsatz geöffnet, der Bogen mit dem Register lose; Band 2: Vorsätze im Gelenk überklebt und stärker verschmutzt. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- BSB-AK 7,17 u. 18,348. Wurzbach 36,226. Vgl. BN 96,737f. Lex. f. Th. u. K. 6,985f. - Verfasser d. französ. Originalfassung "L'annee chretienne. Paris 1683-1701", war Nicolas Letourneux (1640-1686), Theologe u. Prediger, der die Predigt in Frankreich zu Einfachheit u. Volkstümlichkeit zurückführte. Zu Joseph Montalegre (erw. 1710/15) u. s. Schüler, Michael Heinrich Rentz (auch Renz, 1701-1758), welche d. meisten d. Stiche zu d. Werk zusammen anfertigten, vlg. Thieme-B. 25,79 u. 28,175; sowie Wurzbach 25,296ff - vgl. Wurzbach 36,219ff. Buchgeschichtlich interessantes, prachtvoll ausgestattetes Werk d. Spätbarock, mit dekorativen Kupfern in kräftigen Abzügen. Erste illustrierte Ausgabe. Bedeutendes Werk der deutschen Buchillustration des Spätbarock. Die Kupfer zeigen Szenen aus dem Leben der Heiligen in barocken Bordüren, darin teilweise kleinere allegorische Darstellungen. Ohne das Kupferporträt des Grafen von Sporck, der die Herausgabe des Werkes testamentarisch bestimmt hatte. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 10000 Fol. , weißes Orig.-Leder mit Blindprägung, auf 6 Bünden mit Rundumrotschnitt. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Collectanea Statutorum, et Ordinamentorum Communis Mantuae extracta ex decem Libris contentis in volumine nuncupato Statuta,

      et ordinamenta Civitatis Mantuae existenti penes Officium Annonae, in hoc Aechiducali Mantuano Magistratu. 1733 - Manoscritto cartaceo in-folio (mm. 384 x 265) del sec. XVIII in lingua latina, vergato in chiarissima grafia corsiva, composto da un frontespizio con stemma dei Custoza e ricca cornice floreale, da un indice generale per argomenti di 15 ff. nn., un indice del contenuto del presente volume di 8 ff. nn., 271 pp. numerate e 7 ff. bianchi in fine. Leg. recente in p. pelle con nervature e tit. in oro al dorso. Si tratta, come indicato nel frontespizio, di copia di un volume ms. conservato presso l'ufficio dell'annona di Mantova, contenente solo dieci libri, in quanto i primi due sono gli statuti civili e criminali non pertinenti all'ufficio in questione. L'opera fu eseguita nel 1733 per Giuseppe Custoza. La Famiglia Custoza, di origine vicentina, trae il nome dall'omonimo castello. Iscritta nel 1583 tra i nobili del Consiglio di Vicenza, un suo ramo si stabilì nel XVII sec. a Mantova. Nel 1688 l'Imperatore Leopoldo le conferì la nobiltà imperiale e Ferdinando Carlo Gonzaga, Duca di Mantova, le concesse il titolo comitale. Manca alla compilazione il vol. Settimo (quinto per il presente volume), poiché, come specificato, non esiste nell'originale. I libri I-IV dell'opera trattano delle gabelle comunali, della vendita delle merci, delle arti e mestieri, dell'ordine e pulizia della città e dell'istituzione in essa di chiese e cimiteri e dell'elezione degli ufficiali. Il quinto libro non è presente nell'originale. I libri VI-VIII concernono i ponti e le strade, i notai e i cambi, la proibizione di mutare nome e cognome, i modi e forme delle bollette e le norme per gli uffici pubblici. Il libro IX è di particolare interesse per l'estesa elencazione delle norme promulgate contro gli eretici a partire dalla lettera del 1252 di papa Innocenzo IV e proseguendo con le leggi papali e imperiali con i relativi provvedimenti (Heretici puniantur, Hereticis capiendis, Hereticis exterminandis, Heretici capiti examinentur, Destructione domorum, etc.). Nelle bibliografie consultate non viene dato cenno di un capitolo così dettagliato (68 richiami nell'indice per i vari articoli). Il libro X concerne la divisione della città in quartieri, la macina e la caccia, oltre a riportare il rescritto di Carlo VI del 10 novembre 1715 sulle regole per l'amministrazione della giustizia. Cfr.codice simile in Cat. Senato, IV, 196-198. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        By Permission of [.the named.] Trustees of the Cottonian Library. This Plate being a Correct Copy of King John's Great Charter.

      Sold by R.E. Pine after 1733 - Engraved Facsimile of the 1215 Magna Carta, engraved by John Pine, engraved central panel of text, the vertical borders decorated with by a series of 25 coats-of-arms of the Barons, and a representation of the remains of King John's Great Seal in the lower border, all panels surrounded by oak leaf and acorn borders, approx. 695 x 480mm, laid down on linen and mounted on a roller, the linen browned and the text slightly so . Engraved facsimile of the Magna Carta, 'a sacred text, the nearest approach to an irrepealable fundamental statute that England has ever had (Pollock and Maitland, History of English Law), and the most celebrated legal document in the English-speaking world. The engraving was commissioned from John Pine (1690-1756), following the fire at the Cottonian Library in 1731, which resulted in the only copy known with King John's seal being severely damaged. It was Pine's copy that was used by William Blackstone for his translation in 1759. John Pine (1690-1756), was a publisher, print- and map-seller, as well as 'Bluemantle Pursuivant' at the College of Arms, and Engraver to the King's Signet and Stamp Office. The present issue, on paper, was published by the engraver's son and pupil, the portrait painter Robert Edge Pine (1730-1788). Given Robert Edge's dates, this must have been issued well 'after 1733' as suggested in on-line catalogues. Very scarce.

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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

      

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        Observations upon the prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John. In two parts.

      Dublin: Pr. by S. Powell, for Goerge Risch, George Ewing, and William Smith 8vo (20 cm; 7.75"). iv, [4], 320 pp.. 1733 First edition printed in Ireland. In addition to being a physicist, mathematician, and natural philosopher, Sir Isaac Newton was something of a Biblical scholar as well, as shown by the present exegesis on apocalyptic texts. His analysis generally reads as being practical in nature — as the New Catholic Encyclopedia (X, 428) says, "Newton's writings on apocalyptical prophecies were not mystical or millenarian in any sense, but more exercises in deciphering cryptograms." They comport with our sense of him as someone who believed in the scientific method! => Printed with a two-page, small-type list of the subscribers to this Irish edition, some entries noting a profession or a locality. Recent full brown calf, Cambridge style binding: Round spine, raised bands accented with single gilt rules above and below each, gilt center device in five spine compartments; black spine label, gilt. Covers tooled in blind with center compartment with corner devices; new endpapers. Old rubber-stamp along inner margin of title, with another to lower margin of dedication page and an inked line of presentation to its gutter; age-toning and stray stains. A good+ copy of the uncommon Dublin edition.

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        Antiquités de la ville de Lyon ou explication de ses plus anciens monuments: avec des recherches sur les choses les plus remarquables, qui peuvent attirer l'attention des étrangers.

      Chez Francois Rigollet, Lyon 1733 - 2 vol in-12 de XVI-555 pp., basane, dos à nerfs orné, pièces de titre. 16 pl. gravées h.t., repliées pour la plupart.

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        A review of the remarks on Mr. Chandler's Introduction to the history of the inquisition: in which his answer to the said remarks is consider'd; His Misrepresentations of Fact [ and 9 Other Works, Bound in One Volume ]

      London Dublin : Printed for T. Ward and E. Wicksteed, in the Inner Temple Lane, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-lance.., 1733. First work. A review of the remarks on Mr. Chandler's Introduction to the history of the inquisition: in which his answer to the said remarks is consider'd; His Misrepresentations of Fact are farther laid open, and his Prevarications in Defence of them exposed. By William Berriman, D. D. Rector of St. Andrew's Undershaft, and Fellow of Eton College. Printed for T. Ward and E. Wicksteed, in the Inner Temple Lane, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-lance.. London. 1733.[2],74pp. Second work. Remarks on 'The most Rev. Dr. **'s Catechism; revised, enlarged, approved, and recommended by the four R.C. Archbishops of Ireland, as a general catechism for the kingdom. By Sharp Granville.London : printed by R. Edwards, for F. C. and J. Rivington; Gale and Curtis; J. White and J. Hatchard 1810. xx,112pp. Third work. Letters to a Roman Catholic prelate of Ireland, in refutation of Counsellor Charles Butler's Letter to an Irish Catholic gentleman; to which is added a postscript, containing a review of the Rev. Doctor O'Connor's works, entitled Columbanus ad Hibernos on the liberty of the Irish Church. By the Rt. Rev. J. Milner, D.D. F.S.A. C.A.R. & V.A. of the Midland District in England.Dublin : Printed by R. Coyne, 165, Capel-Street. Sold by John Reynolds, Kilkenny, James Healy, Cork, Richard Farrell, Waterford, and Keating Brown and Keating, Booker, Fowlder, Budd and Ridgeway, London. 1811 [4],131,[1]pp. Fourth work. Correspondence on the formation, objects, and plan, of the Catholic Bibil Society : including letters from the Earl of Shaftesbury, Lord Clifford, Right Rev. Bishop Poynter, Rev. Peter Gandolphy, Ant. Rich. Blake and Charles Butler : with notes and observations, exhibiting the genuine principles of Roman Catholics.London : L.B. Seeley 1813. Iv,92pp. Contents: Correspondence between W. Blair and C.E. Lefroy, members of the Catholic Bible Fund, and members of the English Catholic Board relative to the former body's proposal to circulate an edition of the Roman Catholic text of the Bible, without notes, in Ireland. Fifth work An essay on the supposed existence of a quadripartite and tripartite division of tithes in England, for maintaining the clergy, the poor, and the fabric of the church. By the Rev. William Hale Hale.London : Sold by J.G. & F. Rivington ... and B. Fellowes 1832.52pp, Sixth work Established Church in Ireland : A letter to Doctor Doyle, Roman Catholic Bishop of Kildare & Leighlin, in reply to his letter to Lord Farnham. by the Rev. Robert J. McGhee, A.M. Minister of the Established Church.London : Printed by R. Clay, and sold by Hatchard and Son 1831.32pp. Seventh work. A reply to the first part of a sermon, delivered by P. A. Baines, Bishop of Siga, &c., upon faith, hope, and charity, at the dedication of the Roman Catholic Chapel, at Bradford. by a member of the British Reformation Society.By George Finch. London : Printed by G. Norman, 29, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden 1831.56pp. Eighth work. A reply to the second part of Dr. Baines, Bishop of Siga's sermon, upon faith, hope, and charity. by a member of the British Reformation Society.By George Finch. Printed by G. Norman. London. 1832 72pp. Ninth work. A speech delivered in the House of Lords, March 22nd, 1832, on the new plan of national education in Ireland. by Henry, Lord Bishop of Exeter. [ Philpotts Henry ].London. John Murray. 1832.35pp. Tenth work Charge delivered to the clergy of the Diocese of Exeter. / by the Right Reverend Henry Lord Bishop of Exeter ; at his triennial visitation in the months of August, September and October, 1833. Second edition.London : John Murray.1833.78pp. 10 works bound in one volumes. Bound in period or early half vellum, marble boards, vellum corners. Binding dusty, light wear on edges, slightly sprung. Binding in very good firm condition. Internally, repair on inner margin of first title, very occasional dust marking. Pages in good order throughout. A very nice collection of antiquarian works.. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        Lebens - und Heldengen - Geschichte des glorwürdigen Fürsten und Herren , Herrn Friedrich des Streitbaren weyland Landgrafen in Thüringen.

      Johann Friedrich Gleditschen seel. Sohn Leipzig Erscheinungsjahr 1733 - Format Groß8° .und Marggrafens zu Meissen, dann auch Seines höchst - preislichen Stammes ersten Churfürsten zu Sachsen usw. usw. ."2 Titelblätter + 24 S. Vorbericht + 940 s. + 4 Kupfer + 62 S. Verzeichnis ( Register ) ,Originalhalbpergament, roter Schnitt,gering gebräunt und fleckig, 2 neutrale Vorsätze neu ?,festes Buch in gutem Zustand

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        A Parallel of the Ancient Architecture with the Modern in A Collection of Ten Principal Authors who have written upon the Five Orders......

      printed for J Walthoe, D Midwinter, A Ward et al, 1733. Book. Good. Hardcover. 4th Edition. hardback, slim folio, title continues.....viz. Palladio and Scamozzi, Serlio and Vignola, D. Barbaro and Cataneo, L. B. Alberti and Viola, Bullant and De Lorme, compared with one another. The Three Greek Orders, Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian comprise the First Pat of this Treatise, An d the two Latin, Tuscan and Composita, the latter, written in French .... Made English for the Benefit of Builders. To which is added An account of Architects and Architecture, With Leon Baptista Alberti's Treatise of Statues. The Fourth edition, with the addition of The Elements of Architecture: collected by Sir Henry Wotton ..... and also other large additions.Fourth edition of John Eveyln's translation, ex public reference library with a later plain olive cloth binding and later endpapers, this edition did not contain the engraved frontis of previous editions, title page in red and black, [xvii] + xxxviii, 115 + [iv] +74pp : Pages 74, 75 & 79 incorrectly numbered 72, 69 & 69, & in The Statues page 73 is wrongly numbered 71, one or two pages have marginal loss with professional paper repairs, head and tail pieces, forty full page good clean engravings, two half page in The Statues: The Epistle Dedicatory to King Charles, another to Sir John Denham, The Elements by Sir Henry Wotton, A Parallel in two parts, An Account of Architects and Architecture by John Evelyn with a dedication to Sir Christopher Wren together with Alberti's Of Statues.

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        Lettres philosophiques, sérieuses, critiques, et amusantes, traitant de la Pierre Philosophale, de l'incertitude de la médecine, de la félicité temporelle de l'homme, de la nature de l'ame.

      Chez Saugrain 1733 - - Chez Saugrain, A Paris 1733, In-12 (9,5x17cm), (12) 473pp. (3), relié. - Edition originale. Dorbon n° 4403 : "rare, plein de documents singuliers." Caillet [III, 9922] Reliure en pleine basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin brun. Un manque en tête. Coins émoussés et assez maladroitement restaurés. Un manque comblé sur le plat inférieur. Rousseurs éparses. Une trace de mouillure à un coin sur les derniers feuillets. Des cahiers ressortis. Réunion de lettres à l'adresse fictive ; la forme épistolaire permettant de disserter librement sur tous les sujets, sur la magie, les sorciers, le cocuage, la pierre philosophale, Si les mort reviennent. L'épître est signée L. C. D. T., le comte du tonneau. En effet l'abbé Saunier avait commencé à composé son recueil et certaines de ses lettres en réponse aux questions impies soulevées par Le Conte du tonneau de Swift. cet ouvrage demeure spécialement prisé pour sa lettre philosophique sur la Pierre Philosophale dans laquelle L'auteur discute de la possibilité de son existence, et évoque les écrits alchimiques de Lulle, Hermes Trimegiste, Espagnet, Arnaud de Villeneuve, Flamel, du Trévisan. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] first edition. Dorbon No. 4403 "unusual, full of unique documents." Bound in full brown sheepskin contemporary. letters to the fictional meeting; epistolary form to expound freely on all subjects, magic, wizards, cuckoldry, the philosopher's stone, if the dead come back . The letter is signed LCDT, Count barrel. Indeed Fr. Saunier began his collection and made some of his letters in response to questions raised by ungodly Tale Swift barrel. (12) 473pp. (3) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Batavia - Homann.

      "Der Hollaendisch - Ostindianischen Compagnie Weltberühmte Haupt- Handels und Niederlags - Stadt Batavia, in Asien auf dem grossen Eyland Iava in dem Königreich Iacarta Nord-Westlich gelegen, nach ihrem Grund-Ris und Prospect mit Erläuterung einige ihrer besondersten Merkwürdigkeiten, auf das accurateste vorgestellt von Homannischen Erben Nürnberg Anno 1733"'Kopergravure, in 1733 uitgeven door de Erven Homann. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 46,3 x 54,8 cm.De tekst op de kaart vertelt onder andere dat Batavia, "in het verleden Iacarta genaamd"', de best verdedigde stad van Indië is en dat het verschillende belegeringen van Javaanse koningen heeft weten te weerstaan. De haven is de veiligste van de hele wereld, iedere ochtend om 10 uur staat er een noordenwind die de "chaloupen"' naar de stad brengt, iedere avond om 10 uur brengt een zuidenwind ze weer naar zee. In de haven worden de "schatten"'van de V.O.C. verzameld en worden vanuit hier 12.000 man en 50 schepen bevoorraad. De inwoners van de stad zijn deels Javanen, Chinezen, Maleisiërs en Malabaren, deels Hollanders, Fransen en Portugezen. Men spreekt er Hollands, Maleis, Portugees en Chinees. Batavia is de zetel van de generaal-stadhouder van alle Oost-Indische landen. Batavia was voor de Hollanders de grootste stapelplaats voor koloniale waren, Waar de ruimen der schepen voor de jaarlijkse retourvloot werden volgestouwd. Vanuit Batavia vertrokken schepen op ontdekkingstochten, o.a. naar de kusten van Australië en Nieuw-Zeeland.Johann Baptist Homann (1663-1724) en zijn zoon Christoph Homann (1703-30) richtten de belangrijkste Duitse cartografische uitgeverij van de 18e op, in Neurenberg. In 1715 kreeg Homann senior van keizer Karel de Zesde van het Heilige Roomse Rijk de titel "Geographe du Roy"'. Door deze bevoorrechte positie had Homann beschikking over veel middelen waardoor hij de meest vooruitstrevende en meest nauwkeurige kaarten van zijn tijd kon maken. Na de dood van Johann Baptist Homann in 1724 gaat zijn zoon Christoph nog vier jaar met het bedrijf door. Vervolgens draagt ook hij de zaak over en verschijnen vanaf dat moment worden alle kaarten als zijnde uitgegeven door de "Erven Homann"'.Prijs: € 1.650,- (excl. lijst, excl. BTW).

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        Lettres philosophiques, sérieuses, critiques, et amusantes, traitant de la Pierre Philosophale, de l'incertitude de la médecine, de la félicité temporelle de l'homme, de la nature de l'ame...

      first edition. Dorbon No. 4403 "unusual, full of unique documents."Bound in full brown sheepskin contemporary.letters to the fictional meeting; epistolary form to expound freely on all subjects, magic, wizards, cuckoldry, the philosopher's stone, if the dead come back ... The letter is signed LCDT, Count barrel. Indeed Fr. Saunier began his collection and made some of his letters in response to questions raised by ungodly Tale Swift barrel. Chez Saugrain A Paris 1733 In-12 (9,5x17cm) (12) 473pp. (3) relié

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        The Stautes at Large Concerning bankrupts, Containing A Compleat Collection of all such Acts of Parliament as in any wise relate to Bankrupts. Together with a table by way of abstracts of all the aforesaid acts, digested under proper Heads. To which is now added, The last Act of Bankruptcy passed in the Fifth Year of His present Majesty King George II

      London: Printed by John Baskett, 1733. [4], 112, xv, [1], 34pp, [2]. With a single folio leaf extracted from a collection of Acts and headed 'An Act for amending the Laws relating to Bankrupts' bound in preceding terminal advertisement leaf. Contemporary tan calf, contrasting red morocco lettering-piece. Rubbed, with some splitting to joints (although boards are holding tight), gouge to boards, spine varnished. Stamping of Los Angeles County Law Library to upper and lower boards and FFEP. Bookplate of the same to FEP, contemporary ink inscription to FFEP. A rare collection of legal statutes and abstracts relating to English bankruptcy regulations, with extensive references to the on-going impact of the South Sea Company and resultant Bubble, including 'An Act for making good Deficiencies and satisfying the publick Debts; and for a Corporation to carry on a Trade to the South Seas', 'An Act for redeeming the yearly Fund of the South-Sea Company' , 'An Act for enabling the South Sea Company to increase their present Capital Stock and Fund' and 'An Act for paying off and cancelling one Million of Exechequer Bills and to give Ease to the South-Sea Company'. ESTC locates a single copy of this first edition at the LA County Law Library, i.e. this copy. ESTC N68846.. First edition. 8vo.

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        Jac. Augusti Thuani Historiarum Sui Temporis. - [7 Bände].

      Samuel Buckley, London 1733 - 7 Bände, Lederbände der Zeit, goldgeprägte Rückenschildchen, die Deckel mit gold- und blindgeprägten Bordüren, goldgeprägte Kanten, marmorierter Schnitt (Sprenkelmarmor), 38 x 24,5 cm. Erste kritische, nach den Originalmanuskripten Thous von Thomas Carte herausgegebe Ausgabe in sieben Bänden. Vollständig. - Alle Bände mit gestochener Titelvignette (Obelisk, darunter das Motto "In Recto Decus"). Band 1 mit dem von Jacques Chereau gestochenen Porträt Thous als Frontispiz (in sehr klarem Abzug). Teils mit gestochenen Kopfvignetten. - Kinser (1966) 12.I-VII. - Deutlich berieben und bestoßen; die Rücken mit zahlreichen, meist fixierten Rissen und kleineren Ausbrüchen an Kopf und Fuß. Der siebte Band mit deutlicherem Ausbruch am Kopf. Die Vorsätze meist etwas angerändert. Sonst ordentliche Exemplare in dekorativen Einbänden und auf gutem, frischem Papier. 26000 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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, „theilweise freien Inhalts. Styl leicht und fließend" (Hayn/G. VII 158; etwas anderer Titel und Ausgabe 1719). – Titel in Rot und Schwarz. – Vgl. Fromm 1212 (A. 1719, etwas abweichender Titel und ohne Verfasser). Nicht bei Weller. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zweyte, dritte und vierte Continuation der ausführlichen Nachricht von denen Saltzburgischen Emigranten, die sich in America niedergelassen haben. Teil II - IV (von 16). Untertitel: Erstes und zweytes Stück derer beyden Prediger, Hrn Bolzii und Hrn. Gronau, Tage-Register vom 1. Januar. Bis Ende des 1736sten Jahres, vom 1. Januar bis zu Ende des Junii des 1937sten Jahres und vom 1. Juli 1937 bis 31. Mart 1738 und 1739 Briefe. VORGEBUNDEN: Die getröstete Saltzburger, oder Gespräch im Reiche der Lebendigen, zwischen einem der Religion halben aus dem Lande emigrirenden Salzburger, und einem gleichfalls wegen des Glaubens aus dem Italiänischen und Französischen Gränzen vertriebenen Waldenser, darinnen vornehmlich von ihrer Abreise aus dem Salzbu

      Siegelers, Magdeburg, . In Verlegung des Wäysen-Hauses, Halle. 1739-1740. 1733 - 21,5 cm x 17 cm. Halbpergamentband der Zeit mit durchgezogenen Bünden, Pergamentecken und hellmarmoriertem Bezugspapier. Die Deckel sind etwas berieben und Ecken minimal angegriffen und abgerieben, etwas angeschmutzt. Wasserzeichen auf fliegendem vorderen Vorsatz. Titelblatt, 8 / 6 / 6 Bll. Vorreden, Seiten 575 - 2312 der fortlaufenden Paginierung. Seiten 975-980 sind an den Anfang gebunden. So sind die Teile 2-4 komplett. Vorgebunden: 'Die getrösteten Salzburger' mit den Seiten 197-256, 1 Blatt. Innen überwiegend sauber und nur leicht gebräunt. Insgesamt wohlerhalten. Samuel Urlsperger (auch: Urlsberger; * 31. August 1685 in Kirchheim unter Teck; † 21. April 1772 in Augsburg) war ein deutscher lutherischer Theologe mit pietistischer Ausrichtung. 1731/32 vertrieb der Erzbischof von Salzburg Leopold Anton von Firmian seine evangelischen Untertanen aus seinem Wirkungsbereich. Urlsperger, der sich um die Vertriebenen kümmerte, trat mit der englischen Gesellschaft zur Verbreitung christlicher Erkenntnis in Verbindung und diese übertrug ihm die Sorge für die Überführung verschiedener Abteilungen dieser Salzburger Exulanten nach England und von da nach Georgia in Amerika, wo sie südlich von Savannah die Pflanzstadt Ebenezer gründeten. In Wernigerode wurden die ersten Prediger und Lehrer der Kolonie, Bolze und Gronau ordiniert. Urlspergers verfasste Schriften und Rechenschaftsberichte über Wachstum, Einnahmen und Ausgaben dieser ersten deutsch-evangelische Ansiedlung, von denen hier 3 vorliegen, zuzüglich eines ersten Berichtes der beiden Theologen Bolze und Gronau. M12902

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        Gesamtansicht ('Tigurum. Zürich.').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Friedrich Bernhard Werner b. Johann Christian Leopold in Augsburg, 1733, 20 x 29,5 Marsch, Friedrich Bernhard Werner, S. 162, Nr. 216. - 1. Ausgabe! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Origenis Opera omnia quae graece vel latine tantum exstant et ejus nomine circumferuntur.

      Parisiis: Jacobi Vincent; & Joannem Debure Folio extra (41 cm; 16" ). 4 vols. I: [4] ff., xvii, [1], 979, [1] pp. II: [2] ff., xxviii, 934 pp., [1] f. III: [1] f., viii, 1039, [1] pp. IV: [2] ff., x, 766, 402 pp.. 1733–59 A complete set in => extremely handsome old bindings of the works of Origen, the founder of the allegorical interpretation of scripture in biblical exegesis. Vols. I, II, and III were printed in 1733 by Vincent but vol. IV was delayed until 1759 when Debure printed it . All volumes are => elegantly printed in double-column format placing => the original Greek text in the inner columns, the Latin translation in the outer, and commentary/notes in a smaller font below, with ease of navigation enhanced by additional side- and shouldernotes. Title-pages in black and red, and initials and head- and tailpieces both woodcut and engraved, grace and support the scholarly production; the title-pages are well laid out, the initials are various and sometimes large. Three => page-spanning engravings appear in addition, each one-third page in height, with the first two depicting Clement XII (with putti, after Gravelot and signed by N. Dupuis) and the second depicting a complex scene of martyrdom (signed Jac. de Savanne) — these in vol. I, while vol. IV boasts an unsigned companion image showing a scene of judgment or law-giving. Origen's works are among the foundational works of Christian thought and were read by all of the church fathers. He had a profound influence on the history of ideas in the fields of theology, philology, and preaching from late antique times to the present. Vols. I, II, and III were edited by Charles de La Rue and IV by C.V. de La Rue. This => large folio edition is "ex variis editionibus, & codicibus manu exaratis, Gallicanis, Ialicis, Germanicis & Anglicis collecta, recensita, Latine versa, atque annotationibus illustrata, cum copiosis indicibus, vita auctoris, & multis dissertationibus. Late 18th- or early 19th-century speckled calf, round spine gilt extra, boards plain; two red leather spine labels on each volume with author/title and volume number, all edges marbled. Leather of four boards slightly abraded with loss of some leather, otherwise a binding in remarkably good (and strong) condition, especially notable for tomes of this size. Ex-library with bookplates but no stamps, the set generally shows offsetting from leather of binding to endpapers and otherwise light foxing and the odd spot only, with light evidence of old, mild exposure to moisture at some margins. => A very handsome set in very good condition, valuable both as precisely what it is *and* as representing a whole grand era/category of scholarship and book production.

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        Descripcion chorographica del terreno, rios, arboles, y animales de las dilatadissimas provincias del Gran Chaco, Gualamba: y de los ritos, y costumbres de las innumberables naciones barbaras, è infieles, que le habitan: con una cabal relacion historica de lo que en ellas han obrado para conquistarlas algunos governadores, y ministros reales: y los missioneros jesuitas para reducirlas à la fé del verdadero Dios.

      Cordoba [Spain]: En el Colegio de la Assumpcion, por Joseph Santos Balbas 8vo (20 cm; 8"). [10] ff., 485 [i.e., 483], [1] pp., [2] ff., without the map.. 1733 Lozano (1697–1752) was a Spanish-born Jesuit missionary who was sent to the South America where he studied at the Collegium Maximum in Cordoba, Argentina, later becoming a lecturer in philosophy and theology there. For the six year period 1724 to 1730 he taught at the Jesuit colegio in Santa Fe, Argentina. He is best remembered as a reliable historian of the Jesuit province of Paraguay. => This is his major work on the natural history of the Chaco region, its native population and their rites, customs, and history; and the various attempts by Spain and Portugal to either conquer, pacify, or enslave them. Provenance: Manuscript note on 10th preliminary leaf, "Es de Agustin Leyza quien se lo remite a Don Esteban Martin de Urizar, con su mapa al principio." Below which is Urizar's note, "Recibi lo en Lima, pr[incipi]o marzo de 1736." Martin de Urizar was apparently not related to Esteban de Urizar y Arespacochaga, the great colonial governor of Tucuman, Argentina, who was involved in several expeditions against "rebellious" native populations of the Chaco region. That being said, Martin de Urizar was himself a general in the viceroyalty of Peru and had some firsthand knowledge of the region and its population. Evidence of readership: Martin de Urizar has supplied marginal commentary in several places. "Esto y mucho mas he oydo de estos barbaros, amantissimos de su vida bestial, e yncapases de reducir." "Tuviera yo por un milagro muy grande si hubiera reducido a nuestra fe un barbaro de estos ya grande; se han visto muchos que se sacaron ninos y despues de catequisados y criados en Salta y Jujui, se han huido . . . y salido los mayores enemigos." "Fue lastimosa esta perdida, porque eran yndios valientes y se habian declarado fieles a los espanoles y enemigos de los [otros]." "Yo no creo esta relacion." => The number of colonial-era books that have significant or interesting contemporary marginalia is very, very small. 19th-century quarter vellum with mottled paper sides, lacking map; front hinge cracked with binding yet strong. Margins (with marginalia as above) remarkably UNcropped by the 19th-century binder; a clean, good+++ copy retaining its important marginalia in good state.

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        Histoire des découvertes et conquestes des Portugais dans le Nouveau monde

      

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        The horse-hoing husbandry: Or, an essay on the principles of tillage and vegetation.

      London: Pr. for the author, and sold by G. Strahan, T. Woodward, A. Miller, J. Stagg, and J. Brindley Folio (30.2 cm, 11.875"). [4], x, 200 pp.; pp. [201–202]. 6 fold-out plts.. 1733 [bound with] Tull, Jethro. A supplement to the essay on horse-hoing husbandry.... London: Pr. for and sold by the author, and may be had at Mr. Mills's, London, at John Aitkins's, Esq, in Edinburgh, and at the Bear in Hungerford, Berks., 1736. Folio. pp. [203–205], 206–69; [1] pp. Improvements in farming founded on a scientific basis made British agriculture one of the strongest in Europe in the 18th century. Though called to the bar, Jethro Tull (1674–1741) never practiced law, but devoted himself to farming on land that had belonged to his father. From the beginning he set about trying to discover ways of doing things better, including inventing a number of implements, as this work reveals both in text and in image. His work proved very successful — Tull's "seed drills" revolutionized planting techniques — and it saw a number of editions; it was translated into French, whence it proved influential on the Continent. This volume's => six beautifully engraved, pleasantly intelligible plates ("W. Thorpe, sculp.) illustrate some of Tull's inventions, including improved plows and drills for planting seeds. First printed in London in 1731, Horse-hoing is here (likely) the fourth edition; it is only the second London (and it is the first in folio), but there were also apparently two Dublin editions of 1731. Bound with it is the first edition of the interesting Supplement issued in 1736, directed largely to answering Tull's detractors. The first title is fairly widely held, in libraries; the latter, much less so. Contemporary calf with remnants of gilt; dry, flaking, and partially gone to red, with some chips to edges, corners, and spine tips; old repairs to joints. Remnants of bookplate on front pastedown. Old water/mildew damage to lower margins, occasionally making its way a bit into text; several leaves repaired, long since. Plates generally quite clean and always pleasing, with faintest waterstaining to lower portion of plate 6 (only). All edges speckled red.

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        Satyres et autres oeuvres

      Chez Jacob Tonson 1733 - - Chez Jacob Tonson, A Londres 1733, grand in-4 (22x28,5cm), (1f. fr.) xx ; 4166pp. (2f. tab.), relié. - Nouvelle édition, ornée d'un frontispice gravé par L. Cars d'après C. Natoire, de bandeaux, culs-de-lampe et lettrines, gravés par Nicolas Cochin et L. Cars d'après Natoire et Bouché, le tout en premier tirage. Le texte est consigné dans un bel encadrement rouge et imprimé sur grand papier, avec une typographie soignée. Reliure de l'époque en plein veau blond. Dos à cinq nerfs richement orné de caissons et fleurons dorés, ainsi que d'une pièce de titre de maroquin blond. Triple filet doré en encadrement des plats. Fine dentelle dorée en encadrement des contreplats. Toutes tranches dorées. Mors du plat supérieur légèrement fendu en tête et en queue et frottés. Bel exemplaire à toutes marges conservé dans une élégante reliure de l'époque. Les remarques historiques sont de Claude Brossette, de l'édition de 1729 ; elles ont été augmentées de notes par Lenglet-Dufresnoy. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition, decorated with a frontispiece engraved by L. Cars after C. Natoire, headbands, tail-lamp and initials engraved by Nicolas Cochin and L. Cars from Natoire and Bouché. The text is written in a beautiful red border. Contemporary binding in full fair calf chipped. Back with five ornate coffered and gilded florets nerves, as well as a piece of golden leather. Triple net gold bezel of the boards. Fine golden lace coaching contreplats. All marbled edges. Tail cap with rugged partially missing half, showing the headband in scrappy game. Two corners bumped. Beautiful copy wide-margined kept in an elegant contemporary binding. (1f. fr.) xx ; 4166pp. (2f. tab.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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