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        Land Purchase, Isleworth. Memorandum, 4pp folio, detailing the purchase of various parcels of meadow or pasture land from Mr [Jonathan] Smith, Mannor of Isleworth, Syon.

      1734 Dated 1734, noting each 'parcel', and in some cases previous owners, as recorded in a copy of the Court Rolls for 1684-1685. Land is purchased in Whitton within the Isleworth Parish. Names include Thomas Blagrave, Thomas Gee, Peregrine Britain, John Seagood, and John Bennet. Front 'outer' page rather dusted, old fold marks.Syon House and its 200 acre park is still the London home of the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, whose family have lived there for over 400 years. It is the last surviving ducal residence and country estate in Greater London. The 7th Duke of Somerset died in 1750, and Hugh and Elizabeth Seymour, who were to become the 1st Duke and Duchess of Northumberland, inherited the estates. They were leading figures in contemporary society, and would have inherited a house with dated interiors, surrounded by an unfashionable formal landscape. Gardens and House were both in a poor condition. The solution was a complete redesign of Syon. In one of his first major commissions, the landscape architect Lancelot 'Capability' Brown swept away the formal landscape to the south and west of the House, replacing it with the open views characteristic of the English Landscape movement. Over the course of twenty years he extended this to the north and west, incorporating farmland to the west into the new park, and creating Pleasure Grounds to the north, both centred on large new ornamental lakes. In the House the Scottish architect Robert Adam was commissioned to create a series of striking classical interiors, filled with antiquities shipped from Italy. National Archives record: 1689: A surrender of all of Thomas Blagrave's copyhold property to the uses of his will; 1689-1730: Abstract of the title of Jonathan Smith and Elhannah his daughter to copyhold lands at Isleworth; 1734: Memorandum of surrender of cottage and lands at Whitton by Jonathan Smith.

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        Fables and Tales from La Fontaine. In French and English. Now first translated. To which is prefix'd, the Author's Life.

      Printed for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, and C. Davis. 1734 [10], iii-xxvi, [6], 293 [i.e.295], [1]p, ornamental head & tail pieces. 8vo. Titlepage dusted, sl. edge wear, lower corner a2 torn without loss of text, some occasional marking & light browning, a few slight edge chips, faint contemporary note to page 21 'Lincoln's Inn Library'. Expertly bound in recent full mottled calf, raised & gilt banded spine, small gilt devices, red morocco label.ESTC T154423. A parallel text edition in English and French, and the first appearance in English of the collected fables. It was preceded in 1703 by Mandeville's delightful verse translation of just 29 of the fables, and now presents 100 of them in English prose with the French verse on the facing page. The translation is accurate, and intended for use in schools, but inevitably loses much of the character present in the original verse. A possible candidate for translator of this might be Daniel Bellamy the Elder, who had brought out an edition of Gay's

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        Befestigungsplan mit Belagerung im Jahre 1734 ('Plan De Philipsbourg & de ses Environs Assiegez par les Troupes de France a Amsterdam Chez Reinier & Iosué Ottens, Geogr - J. van Sassen fecit').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich v. J. van Sassen b. Reinier & Josua Ottens in Amsterdam, n. 1734, 43,5 x 55,5 Nicht bei Schefold, Alte Ansichten aus Baden! - Zeigt die Befestigungen von Philippsburg mit der Umgebung bis Rheinsheim, Oberhausen, Marienwallfahrtskirche (Waghäusel) und Wiesental. - Die Ortschaften mit kleinen Ansichten. - Unten rechts Erklärungen. - Der Plan mit Titelkopfleiste. - Perfektes altkoloriertes Exemplar. - Sehr selten! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Histoire des decouvertes et conquestes des Portugais dans le Nouveau Monde.

      Saugrain Père et Jean-Baptiste Coignard., Paris, 1734 - 4 vol. Paris, Saugrain Père et Jean-Baptiste Coignard. 1734. 8°. 3 ff.n.ch., XLp, 432 p.; titre, 381 p 79 p.n.ch.; titre, 512 p; titre, 388 p, 147 p.n.ch. tables. Avec 14 gravures, dont une mappemonde. Reliure plein veau d'époque, pièce de titre rouge et riche décor. Sabin 58432. - Borba de Moraes I, 386. - Première édition in-8° après l'édition in 4° de 1733. Avec le même texte et les mêmes gravures, ici pliées. - Chronique des découvertes portugaises de 1412 à 1581. Le mappemonde avec les voyages de Vasco da Gama, Cabral et Magellan. Avec vues de Lisbonne, Aden, Cochin, Goa, Cananor, Daman, Malacca, Mozambique. - Exemplaire propre. Volume I et III avec petites pertes à la coiffe de queue (env. 1 cm chaque). Sabin 38592. – Borba de Moraes I, 386. – Garraux 149. – Erste Ausgabe. – Die Weltkarte mit den Entdeckungsreisen des Vasco da Gama, Cabral u. Magellan, die Kupfer zeigen neben Porträts der Entdecker Ansichten von Lissabon, Aden, Cochin, Goa, Cananor, Daman, Malacca, Mozambique u. a. – Pag. 497/98 in II übersprungen. – Nur vereinzelt kleine Flecken u. Verfärbungen, 1 Innengelenk gelockert. – Vorbll. gewellt u. angestaubt. – Titelbll. mit Exlibrisstempel »Graf Spangensche Bibliothek«. – »The title of that work is not very appropriate, as it relates almost entirely to the discoveries . in Asia and Africa. It is, however, an esteemed and well-written work«. (Sabin). Sprache: Französisch Reliure plein veau d'époque, pièce de titre rouge et riche décor. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sardiniae regnum et insula uti per celeberr. P. Coronelli reip. Venete cosmogr. secundum statum hodiernum aeque ac antiquum descripta est

      Nürnberg Homann Erben 1734 - Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte nach Coronelli, Bildausschnitt 57 x 47,5 cm, Blattgr. 54 x 63,5 cm. Sandler, Johann Baptista Homann, Die Homännischen Erben, Matthäus Seutter und Ihre Landkarten, p 124 (Nr. 64); hübsche und gesuchte Karte von Sardinien nach einer Vorlage von V. Coronelli, mit einer kleinen Ansicht von Cagliari aus der Vogelschau; geglättete, kleinere Randläsuren restauriert, sonst von sehr guter Erhaltung.

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        zeekaart van Java - Van Keulen.

      DE V.O.C. OP JAVA - Insulae Iavae pars Ocidentalis Edente Hadriano Relando en Insulae Iavae pars Orientalis Edente Hadriano RelandoZeekaart van het eiland Java, met de rede en de stad Batavia. Uitgegeven ca. 1734 te Amsterdam door Gerard van Keulen. Gravure van 2 koperen platen gedrukt. Deels in de tijd, deels later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 51 x 114 cm.De in 1602 opgerichte Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie verwierf het monopolie op de vaart naar Indië via Kaap de Goede Hoop en de Straat van Magelhaen. De V.O.C. verkreeg het recht een eigen leger en vloot te houden en recht te spreken, kortom zich buiten de Republiek als een eigen soevereine natie te gedragen. Batavia werd de grootste stapelplaats voor koloniale waren, waar de scheepsruimen voor de jaarlijkse retourvloot werden volgestouwd. Vanuit Batavia vertrokken schepen op ontdekkingstochten, o.a. naar de kusten van Australië en Nieuw-Zeeland. Het cartografische materiaal dat deze tochten opleverden werd verzameld door de kaartenmaker van de V.O.C. in Batavia. Daar moet ook de manuscriptkaart getekend zijn die het voorbeeld is geweest voor deze door Gerard van Keulen gemaakte kaart van Java.Prijs: € 7.500,- (incl. lijst, BTW margeregeling).

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        \"Entwurff, Der von einer Hochadlichen Ritter-Academie zu Ettal ... vorgenommenen Artillerie-Exercice.\" Blick auf die Gebirgslandschaft mit dem \"Castell\", das von Artilleriestellungen im Vordergrund heftig beschossen wird. Oben die Inschrift, unten ausführliche Erklärungen der Offensive (1 bis 18) und Defensive (1 - 18).

       Kupferstich von Gottf. Dorsch nach Ingenieur Castulus Riedl, dat. 1. Sept. 1734, 16 x 29 cm (Darstellung) bzw. 49 x 39,5 cm (Blattgröße). Diese Militärübung fand statt \"unter Anführung des (titl.) Herrn Grafen von Hollnstein, etc. als General\". Die Belagerten erhalten \"mit fliegendem Fahn und klingenden Spill\" freien Abzug, \"wonach der Herr General durch Paucken und Trompeten-Schall\" das Zeichen des Sieges erklingen läßt. . Mit dem Original-Schöpfrand. Versand D: 6,00 EUR BAYERN, Oberbayern

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        Recherches sur la Formation et l?Existence des Ruisseaux, Rivie?res et Torrens qui circulent sur le Globe Terrestre; avec des observations sur les principaux fleuves qui traversent la France, sur les causes des changemens qu?ils e?prouvent dans leur cours, les moyens de les contenir dans leur lit, d?en tirer avantage pour la navigation

      FIRST EDITION. Lecreulx (1734-1812) was one of the most important civil engineers in France during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. He oversaw the construction of a large number of important bridges and in 1801 was appointed inspector general of bridges and roads. He took part in the planning of most of the chief public works programmes during the years of the Empire.This work is a comprehensive theoretical and practical treatise on river control. The excellent plates depict various techniques of damming, embankment, construction of locks, etc.Roberts & Trent, Bibliotheca Mechanica, pp. 201-202: ?His masterwork?4to, pp. xv, 407, 1 leaf (errata), and 8 folding engraved plates showing various aspects of hydraulic engineering. Half-title with additional imprint of Goeury (bookseller to the École des Ponts et Chaussées) pasted on. Contemporary German boards, spine with gilt bands and red label. Some minor foxing but a fine copy. Old library stamp on half-title (Chaussée Commission) and title (Oberbaudirector).

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        [ENGRAVED MAP OF THE PROPOSED BOUNDARIES BETWEEN MARYLAND AND PENNSYLVANIA]

      [London: John Senex, 1734. Old fold lines, minor edge wear, slight paper loss to bottom right corner, well outside the plate mark. Expertly backed on archival tissue Very good. A rare copperplate engraved map relating to the boundary dispute between Pennsylvania and Maryland. This dispute between the Lords Baltimore as proprietors of the colony of Maryland and the Penns in the same role in Pennsylvania led to decades of lawsuits, culminating in the famous Mason-Dixon survey. The story of the Penn-Baltimore Agreement has been told in great detail by Nicholas Wainwright in his article, "Tale of a Runaway Cape: The Penn-Baltimore Agreement of 1732." From the time of William Penn's original grant of Pennsylvania in 1682, he was at loggerheads with the Lords Baltimore over the boundary lines between the colonies. Sporadic efforts to resolve the problem finally became serious negotiations in 1731. Both sides put forward maps of their own as guides, and indeed, as Wainwright says, "The map was really the key to the Agreement." Baltimore insisted on the use of his map, and the Penns, who were under great money pressure and eager for an agreement, acceded, as they did to a number of Baltimore's demands. Baltimore's map was in due course taken to the shop of John Senex, in Fleet Street, where it was engraved. One proof strike of it, with a scale of miles, survives in the Penn Papers at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. The scale was later erased and the map printed on each of the six final copies of the agreement. With the cartography agreed to, the rest of the bargain was quickly struck. On May 10, 1732, Baltimore and each of the Penn brothers signed the document and placed their seals on its bottom edge. When the agreement was reported in America in 1733, the machinery was set in motion to survey the boundaries. But the deal was unpopular in Maryland, and Lord Baltimore soon discovered another problem: his map was inaccurate, and the mislocation of Cape Henelopen on the Delaware coast gave the Penns more land than he had thought. With his colony unhappy and feeling he had given up more than intended, Calvert sought to abrogate the agreement. As a result, in 1734 he sued in Chancery Court in London, charging fraud. The Penns, naturally, replied that the agreement was based on Baltimore's map, not theirs. Finally, in 1750 the Penns won the case, with costs, and the surveying could proceed. However, it was not until 1763 that both sides agreed to hire Mason and Dixon and share the costs of the survey. This is a second state of the original 1732 Senex plate (engraved by him and meant to accompany the six manuscript copies of the May 10, 1732 ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT), and originally accompanied the 1734 publication of TRUE COPIES OF I. THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN LORD BALTIMORE AND MESSIEURS PENN...., one of the key documents in the ensuing lawsuits. The maps that came with the 1734 work have a double-ruled border, as does the present copy. The work was published, according to Streeter, "perhaps as a memorandum for use in petitions made to George II that year by Lord Baltimore and Richard Penn." The map was sometimes laid in, accounting for the current independence of this map without any visible signs of having been bound in, and explaining how copies of TRUE COPIES... are found without the map as often as with it. A landmark piece of American cartography. STREETER 951. SABIN 60743. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 734/16a. Nicholas B. Wainwright, "Tale of a Runaway Cape: The Penn- Baltimore Agreement of 1732" in THE PENNSYLVANIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, Vol. 87, pp.251-93 (July 1963).

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        Dissertatio et Animadversiones ...

      1734. LUPI - EPITAPH INSCRIPTIONS LUPI, Antonio Maria. Dissertatio et Animadversiones ad nuper inventum Severae Martyris Epitaphium. [10], 202 pp. With 20 plates (numbered 1-20) of which 3 are folding, numerous text illustrations. Folio, 300 x 201 mm, bound in contemporary Italian vellum. Palermo: Stephan Amato, 1734. |~||~||~||~||~| First Edition of this interesting and unusual collection of early inscriptions, including those found in the Catacombs at Palermo. The work illustrates mainly Early Christian inscriptions, in Latin and Greek, although there are some curious scripts ("characteribus barbaris graphio inscriptis notatum"); in one peculiar example, depicted on p. 61, a Latin inscription is written in Greek letters. The Jesuit priest Antonio Maria Lupi (1695-1737) was a prolific philologian; initially studying philosophy at Macarata, he became rector at the Roman Seminary at Siena, then professor of rhetoric and headmaster of the Jesuit College at Palermo, where the present work was written. Lupi's Dissertatio was dedicated by him on behalf of the Jesuit College at Palermo to Bernardo Benedicto Maria Gravina. Among the many fine engravings of Epitaph inscription, one is signed by Antonio Bova, who Bénézit claims was active at Palermo ca. 1750-1772; the present work signals that the artist was active there much earlier. According to the Houghton Library, this work was published in the same year under the title: Dissertatio cronologica, paleographica, ecclesiastica in veteri Græca inscriptione minio conscripta Severæ martyris epitaphium referenti (unknown to De Backer-Sommervogel). Minor wear to binding extremities, but a very good copy. De Backer-Sommervogel V, 188, no. 6. Cicognara 3121.

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        Mémoires pour servir à l'Histoire des Insectes

      1734 - 6 forts vol. de I. (4), 654, Paris, Imprimerie Royale, 1734-42, in-4, 6 forts vol. de I. (4), 654, (2)pp, 50pl. - II. (2), XLVI, (2), 514, (2)pp, 40pl. - III. (4), XL, 532pp, 47pl. - IV. XXXIV, (2), 636pp, 44pl. - V. (4), XLIV, 728pp, 38pl. - VI. (4), LXXX, 608pp, 48pl, basane fauve mouchetée, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre rouge et de tomaison verte (reliure de l'époque), 267 planches gravées par Fillioeul, Haussard, Lucas, Simonneau. 6 vignettes en tête de chaque volume. PREMIERE EDITION. Rare. Réaumur (1683-1757) fut probablement l'un des meilleurs naturalistes de son temps, comme en témoignent ses travaux sur les insectes. Seule une partie des observations que le savant avait recueillies furent publiées. Les nombreux manuscrits trouvés après sa mort ne furent imprimés qu'à une époque récente. L'ouvrage est divisé de la façon suivante: - t.1 & 2 : Chenilles, papillons et insectes ennemis des chenilles. - t.3 : Histoire des Vers, des Teignes, des Pucerons et de leurs ennemis, etc. - t.4 & 5 : Histoire des Gallinsectes, des Progallinsectes, des Mouches à deux ailes, des Mouches à scies, des Cigales et des Abeilles. - t.6 : Mouches à quatre ailes, supplément à l'histoire des mouches à deux ailes. Mouillures aux tomes 2 et 5, éraflures, coins et quelques coiffes us. Ex-libris gravé J.B. Barnel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Observations importantes sur le manuel des accouchemens.

      Paris, Cavelier, 1734. - Deux parties en un volume in-4° de xxxix pages préliminaires, dont le faux-titre et le titre, 431 pages (liste des auteurs au verso de la dernière), faux-titre et titre de la seconde partie situés page 369, un feuillet d'errata, 37 planches hors-texte gravées en taille douce. Basane d'époque, dos à nerfs orné, un mors supérieur fendu, accidents aux coiffes et coins usés. Bon état intérieur, complet de ses planches. Traduction du latin, faite par Jacques-Jean Bruier d'Ablaincourt. Henrik Van Deventer (1651-1739), médecin hollandais, fut le plus grand obstétricien de son époque et il est considéré comme le père de l'obstétrique moderne. Dans cet ouvrage Deventer met en évidence la nature rigide du bassin osseux de la femme pendant le travail de l'accouchement. Il démontre également, par l'examen de plusieurs sujets, que l'épaisseur de la matrice reste la même pendant tout le cours de la grossesse. Il pense que la dépression du coccyx permet d'éviter l'emploi du forceps et, pour les cas les plus laborieux, il préconise la pratique de la césarienne.

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        Sardiniae Regnum et Insula

      Nürnberg Homannovi dìdicové 1734 - Sardinia (Italy). "Sardiniae Regnum et Insula". Orig. copper-engraving, Homann's Heirs, Nurnberg, 1734. Orig. old colouring. With ornamental title-cartouche, another ornamental cartouche with explanatory notes ("Explicatio Notarum") and a cartouche with the view of the city of Cagliari. 57,5:48,5 cm (22 3/4 x 19 inch.). A very decorative map of Sardinia.

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        Pianta di Cremona e delle altre fortezze di Milano

      Norimberga, 1734 - Incisione in rame, colorata 495x590. Pianta della città contornata da altre sei piante di fortezze del Ducato: Serravalle, Tortona, Casale Monferrato, Pavia, Novara, Forte di Fuentes. Bell'esemplare.

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        Commentarium (Commentarius) Literale In Omnes Ac Singulos Tum Veteris Cum Novi Testamenti Libros e Gallico in Latinum Sermonem Translatum (7 vols./ 7 Bände) - Tomus II: Josue, Judices, Ruth et Reges/ Tomus III: Paralipomena, Esdras, Tobias, Judith, Esther et Macchabaei/ Tomus IV: Psalmi et Proverbia/ Tomus V: Ecclesiastes, Cantica Canticourm, Sapientia, Ecclesiasticus, et Isaias/ Tomus VI: Jeremias, Baruch, Ezechiel, Daniel, et duodecim Minores Prophetae/ Tomus VII: S. Matthaeus, S. Marcus, S. Lucas, S. Joannes et Acta Apostolorum cum variantibus lectionibus evangeliorum/ Tomus VIII: Epistolae S. Pauli, Epistolae Canonicae, Apocalypsis. Commentarium Literale in Biblia;

      Philippi, Martini Veith, Joannis; 1734. je Band ca. 800 Seiten; gebundene Ausgabe/ Großformat; Das hier angebotene Werk stammt aus einer teilaufgelösten Bibliothek und trägt die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen/ Instituts-Stempel im Buchinnern; Schnitt und Einband sind staubschmutzig/ stark berieben; Papier altersbedingt nachgedunkelt/ stellenweise stockfleckig; Der Buchzustand ist ansonsten dem Alter entsprechend gut; Orig.Ganzleder mit altersbedingtem Abrieb und Beschädigungen im Buchrückenbereich; KOMPLETTPREIS für 7 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; LATEINISCH! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb

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        Neues und vollkommenes Berg-Buch, Bestehend in sehr vielen und raren Berg-Händeln und Bergwercks-Gebräuchen, Absonderlich aber über 200. vorhin noch nicht edirten und ans Licht gegebenen Berg-Urtheln und Abschieden, Mit grossem Fleiß und Mühe, dergestalt

      Dresden und Leipzig, Joh. Christ. Zimmermanns Erben und J. N. Gerlach, 1734. Zweyte Auflage. 5 Bl., 438 S. (Neuer) Handeinband in hochwertigem dunkelroten Halbleder mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel; Buchdeckel mit grün-roten Marmorbezügen und Lederecken; farbige Vorsätze; Großformat: 35 x 23 cm. Der Autor hat die Bergordnungen seiner Zeit systematisch untersucht und in Beziehung zueinander gestellt sowie 200 einschlägige Urteile von Bergämtern zu unterschiedlichen Sachverhalten ausgewertet und die Resultate dieser Arbeit zu einem alphabetischen Sachverzeichnis des Bergbaus verdichtet. Entstanden ist auf diese Weise ein umfassendes Lexikon des Bergbaus, seiner technischen Gegebenheiten sowie seiner Organisations- und Rechtsverhältnisse, wie es ansonsten für das frühe 18. Jahrhundert nicht zu finden ist. Der meisterhafte Handeinband in tadellosem Zustand. Auch innen gutes Exemplar; einige Seiten am unteren Rand etwas wurmspurig, Seiten sonst sauber und fleckenfrei. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). Versand D: 5,00 EUR Bergbuch Bergbau Bergwerk Bergkunde Bergbaukunde

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        Anatomie chirurgicale, ou description exacte des partie du corps humain, avec des remarques utiles auc chirurgiens dans la practique de leur art.

      Paris, Cavelier 1734. Halbldreinbde. 2 Bde., 1 u. 2., XXIV,514S.,1Bl., VIII,403 S. Mit 48 Kupfertafeln, tls. zum Ausfalten. - Angebunden: Ruysch, Frederic. Observations anatomiques et chirurgicales au nombre de cent. Traduction du Latin par *** D.M. Paris, Cavelier 1734. VIII,176 S. Mit 8 Kupfertafeln, tls. zum Ausfalten. -Angebunden: Six observations de M. Brisseau, Conseiller du Roy .. Imprimees pour la premiere fois en 1716. Revues par l`autuer. Paris, Cavelier 1734. 36 S., 1 Bl. -Einbände und Leder in schlechtem Zustand, Deckel und Titelblätter lose, Bibliothekenexemplare, gebräunt, tls. stockfl., Band 2 Buchblock 1x gebrochen,Versand D: 7,00 EUR

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        Acts of Assembly, Passed in the Charibbee Leeward Islands. from 1690, to 1730

      John Baskett, London 1734 - 15,24,[4],25-231,[30]pp. Bound to style in half calf and marbled boards, spine gilt with leather labels. A few leaves lightly tanned, last few leaves chipped and worn at edges. Laws of the Leeward Islands Laws for the Leeward Islands, colonized by the British in the late 17th century, comprising Antigua, Montserrat, and the northern islands up to Puerto Rico in the Caribbean chain, such as Anguilla. Many of the present laws apply to the island of Antigua. Antigua, colonized by the British in the mid-17th century, served as a major sugar producer and hub for shipping in the West Indies. The American Revolutionary War caused a significant disruption in the sugar trade, and British sentiment against slavery further served to shift the economy of the islands in the late 18th century. Laws present here include those taxing liquors and sugars imported, establishing militias and courts, "An Act for the trial of criminal slaves," acts establishing land titles, and more. ESTC T146305. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ACTS OF ASSEMBLY, PASSED IN THE CHARIBBEE LEEWARD ISLANDS. FROM 1690, TO 1730.

      London: John Baskett, 1734. - 15,24,[4],25-231,[30]pp. Folio. Antique-style half calf and marbled boards, spine gilt with leather labels. A few leaves lightly tanned, last few leaves chipped and worn at edges. Very good. Laws for the Leeward Islands, colonized by the British in the late 17th century, comprising Antigua, Montserrat, and the northern islands up to Puerto Rico in the Caribbean chain, such as Anguilla. Many of the present laws apply to the island of Antigua. Antigua, colonized by the British in the mid-17th century, served as a major sugar producer and hub for shipping in the West Indies. The American Revolutionary War caused a significant disruption in the sugar trade, and British sentiment against slavery further served to shift the economy of the islands in the late 18th century. Laws present here include those taxing liquors and sugars imported, establishing militias and courts, "An Act for the trial of criminal slaves," acts establishing land titles, and more. ESTC T146305.

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        Carte topographique de la plus grande partie du Duchè de Mantoue levee sur les lieux.

      Parigi, 1734 - Incisione in rame eseguita da Durand e De Favanne, 575x710. Carta molto particolareggiata che raffigura il territorio vicino al Po dove si svolsero le battaglie per le guerre di Successione, compreso fra Governolo, Castelnuovo, Novellara, Colorno, Bozzolo, Goito, Mantova. De Beaurain, geografo reale fu allievo di Moullard Sanson. Ferrari, Mantova nelle stampe, n. 345.

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        Histoire critique de Manichée et du manichéisme. 2 Bände.

      Amsterdam, Bernard, 1734-39 - 4º. Mit gestochenem Titel – und 2 gestochenen Kopfvignetten. 2 Bl., LXXVI, 594 S.; 1 Bl., XXXIV, 806 S. Ledereinband der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung. (Kapitale und Ecken restauriert, etwas beschabt, leicht fleckig). Erste Ausgabe. – Herzog-H. II, 499. Hoefer V, 45: „Isaac de Beausobre (1659 - 1738), französischer Theologe, heute noch bekannt vor allem durch seine Geschichte des Manichäismus. Nach dem Studium an der protestantischen Académie de Saumur wurde er im Alter von 22 Jahren ordiniert und danach Pfarrer in Chatillon-sur-Indre. Nach dem Widerruf des Edikts von Nantes floh er im November 1685 nach Rotterdam in den Niederlanden. 1686 wurde er der Geistliche von Henriette Catharina von Oranien-Nassau in Dessau. 1693 ging er nach Berlin, wo er schließlich königlicher Hof-Pfarrer, Direktor des „Maison français“, eines Hospizes für die französische Kolonie, Inspektor des französischen Gymnasiums und Superintendent der hugenottischen Gemeinden in Brandenburg wurde. Dauernde Bedeutung hat Isaac de Beausobre vor durch allem seine Geschichte des Manichäismus. Er vermutete als erster, dass das manichäische „Buch der Riesen“ auf den als Buch der Wächter bekannten Teil des 1. Henochbuches zurückgeht. Noch W. B. Henning, eine der Autoritäten auf dem Gebiet, nennt sein Werk 1943 mit Hochachtung „one of the best books ever written on Manichaeism“ Vgl. Wikipedia. – Spiegel mit Spuren eines entfernten Exlibris, gebräunt, leicht fleckig. – Dekorativ gebunden. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A New Draught of the Island of Madagascar als. St.Lorenzo with Augustin Bay and the Island of Mombass at Large

      London: William Mount & Thomas Page, 1734. Copper-engraved sea chart, in excellent condition. A very elegant sea chart of Madagascar and Mozambique, from the celebrated Third Book of 'The English Pilot' This highly attractive and finely engraved sea chart features the large island of Madagascar, and the adjacent coast of the African continent. Madagascar was named São Lorenço by the Portuguese in the early sixteenth-century. By the time that this chart was made, the island was a favoured base for pirates, including Captain Kidd, who took advantage of Madagascar's location near the treasure-laden shipping routes which lay in between the East Indies and Europe. The chart includes a fine inset of Augustin Bay, perhaps the finest anchorage on the island. On the right side of the chart runs the coast of Mozambique, starting from Lorenço Marques (Maputo) in the south up past the Portuguese fort of Mozambique. In the upper center of the map is another fine cartographic inset of Mombassa, the great trading port located on the coast of modern day Kenya. During this time, possession of Mombassa was fiercely fought over between the Portuguese and the Sultinate of Oman. The seas are elegantly traversed by rhumb lines and feature a wealth of navigational information including depth soundings and the locations of reefs and shoals. In 1671, the London cartographer John Seller (fl.1664-97) commenced work on The English Pilot, a work that intended to challenge Dutch hegemony in the sea atlas market. Intended to be published in four books covering different regions of the globe, Seller published an uncompleted book on 'Oriental navigation' in 1675. Unable to continue this Herculean endeavour, Seller sold his rights to John Thornton, the official hydrographer to the English East India Company. Thornton took up the project with great fervour, publishing his first editions in 1689. Thornton did not publish his first edition of the Third Book, detailing navigation in the East Indies, until 1703. While Thornton largely based his charts on those of earlier Dutch cartographers, most notably those found in Pieter Goos' Zee-Spiegel and Lucas Janz Waghenaer's Mariner's Mirror , The English Pilot proved to be enormously popular. When John Thornton died in 1708, his brother Samuel took over the business and added to and modified existing charts. All four books were produced in editions until the 1760s, the Third Book ran into twelve editions up to 1761. The project succeeded in giving the English dominance in the sea chart market as the eighteenth-century progressed. Cf. Phillips, Atlases , 4278-15; Verner & Skelton (eds.), John Thornton - The English Pilot: The Third Book (Facsimile 1703 edition).

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        The History of the Growth and Decay of the Othman Empire. Two Parts in one volume (Oscar Benjamin Cintas' copy)

      London: James, John, & Paul Knapton. Very Good. 1734. First Edition. Full Ruled Calf. hinges professionally reinforced with tinted Japanese tissue ; Translated from the Latin manuscript of Cantemir, Prince of Moldavia by Nicolas Tindal, covering the history of the Ottoman Empire from 1300 to1683. Twenty-two engraved full page sur blanc plates of the various Sultans by du Bosc; mezzotint frontis of author and a large folding engraved Plan of Constantinople. Bookplate of renowned collector, Oscar Cintas, Cuba's ambassador to the US (1932-1934). Full 18th century calf; six raised bands, red morocco label. Slightest worming to lower rear gutter. A very clean copy.; Folio 13" - 23" tall .

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        A Large Draught of the North Part of China Shewing the Passages and the Chanells into the Harbour of Chusan

      London: William Mount & Thomas Page, 1734. Copper-engraved sea chart, in excellent condition, apart from an expertly repaired centre fold, and mild creases where the map folded. A very fine sea chart of China's Zhejiang Province, from the celebrated Third Book of 'The English Pilot' This elegant and large sea chart captures China's modern day Zhejiang province. Located on the East China sea, just below the Yangtze Delta, this region was of major interest to European traders during the eighteenth-century. It features the major port of Zhousan (Chusan), and was the location of the entrance of the Grand Canal of China. The canal, construction of which began in the 5th-century B.C., was then the oldest and longest man-made waterway in the world, which allowed barges to travel hundreds to Beijing. In 1671, the London cartographer John Seller (fl.1664-97) commenced work on The English Pilot , a work that intended to challenge Dutch hegemony in the sea atlas market. Intended to be published in four books covering different regions of the globe, Seller published an uncompleted book on 'Oriental navigation' in 1675. Unable to continue this Herculean endeavour, Seller sold his rights to John Thornton, the official hydrographer to the English East India Company. Thornton took up the project with great fervour, publishing his first editions in 1689. Thornton did not publish his first edition of the Third Book, detailing navigation in the East Indies, until 1703. While Thornton largely based his charts on those of earlier Dutch cartographers, most notably those found in Pieter Goos' Zee-Spiegel and Lucas Janz Waghenaer's Mariner's Mirror, The English Pilot proved to be enormously popular. When John Thornton died in 1708, his brother Samuel took over the business and added to and modified existing charts. All four books were produced in editions until the 1760s, the Third Book ran into twelve editions up to 1761. The project succeeded in giving the English dominance in the sea chart market as the eighteenth-century progressed. Cf. Phillips, Atlases , 4278-36; Verner & Skelton (eds.), John Thornton - The English Pilot: The Third Book (Facsimile 1703 edition).

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        The Flower Garden Display'd, in above Four Hundred Curious Representations of the most Beautiful Flowers; ... With the Description and History of each Plant and the Method of their Culture;... Very Useful, Not only for the Curious in Gardening, but the Prints likewise for Painters, Carvers, Japaners &c. also for the Ladies, as Patterns for Working, and Painting in Water-Colours; or Furniture for the Closet... To which is Added, A Flower-Garden for Gentlemen and Ladies; being The Art of raising Flowers without any Trouble, to blow in full Perfection in the Depth of Winter... also, The Method of raising Salletting, Cucumbers, Melons, &c. at any Time of Year. As it is practised by Sir Thomas More, Bart

      London: printed for R. Montagu, J. Brindley and C. Corbett, 1734. Quarto. (9 15/16 x 7 3/8 inches). Title in red and black, one page publisher's advertisements at end. Hand coloured engraved frontispiece, 12 hand coloured engraved plates of flowers in vases, by James Smith after Pieter Casteels. (Small worm-track through lower margins, old browning with occasional repairs to a few leaves). Expertly bound to style in half 18th-century diced russia with marbled paper-covered boards, the flat spine divided into six compartments by gilt fillets and a Greek-key roll, red morocco lettering-piece in the second compartment, decorative repeat pattern of small tools and stylized foliage surrounding a larger flower spray tool Provenance: Elizabeth Oldershaw (inscription noting the gift of the book from her uncle Henry Fleming, dated 1760) Third edition, the second in quarto, with the addition of a section on hot-house gardening. This celebrated 18th-century nurseryman's catalogue is an important work both artistically and in the history of gardening, giving a contemporary account of the plants that were fashionable in the first half of the 18th century. The plates are reduced from those in Furber's Twelve Months of Flowers published in 1730. This folio work `was conceived as a flower catalogue, but its commercial function was adroitly veiled and the artistic quality of its illustrations distinguishes it from the more modest pamphlets generally produced by floriculturists.. in this period' ( Oak Spring Flora p.143). The plates are after Pieter Casteels (1684-1749), an artist of high renown. `Despite their great profusion, every flower in these compositions is readily identifiable. They range from native species to exotic specimens from the Americas [including a number received from Mark Catesby]' (op. cit. p.146). Text was added to the present edition, as is explained in the introduction, because `we thought a particular description of the flowers, and the nature of their culture, which could not be express'd in the plates themselves, might hope for the same success... That to know only the names of the flowers, and to be ignorant of their culture, might occasion a continual expence in procuring such rarities, which one day, might live with them, and, for want of this necessary knowledge, might perish the next' Dunthorne 114; Great Flower Books (1990) p.80; Henrey III.713; Hunt 493; Johnston Cleveland's Treasures from the World of Botanical Literature p.65; Massachusetts Horticultural Society p.100; Nissen BBI 677; cf. L. Tongiorgi Tomasi An Oak Spring Flora 37.

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        A Chart of the Coast of Guinea from Cape de Verde to Cape Bona Esperança

      London: William Mount & Thomas Page, 1734. Copper-engraved sea chart, in excellent condition. A very elegant sea chart of all of the west coast of Africa and one of the most important charts of the celebrated Third Book of 'The English Pilot' This very fine sea chart embraces the coast of Africa from Senegal all the way down to Cape Agulhas, past the Cape of Good Hope. The features of the coast are named in great detail, and the seas are elegantly traversed by loxodromes. The map is oriented with the east towards the top of the map, and a very beautiful cartouche surrounded by mermen and seashells adorns the upper left corner. In 1671, the London cartographer John Seller (fl.1664-97) commenced work on The English Pilot, a work that intended to challenge Dutch hegemony in the sea atlas market. Intended to be published in four books covering different regions of the globe, Seller published an uncompleted book on 'Oriental navigation' in 1675. Unable to continue this Herculean endeavour, Seller sold his rights to John Thornton, the official hydrographer to the English East India Company. Thornton took up the project with great fervour, publishing his first editions in 1689. Thornton did not publish his first edition of the Third Book, detailing navigation in the East Indies, until 1703. While Thornton largely based his charts on those of earlier Dutch cartographers, most notably those found in Pieter Goos' Zee-Spiegel and Lucas Janz Waghenaer's Mariner's Mirror , The English Pilot proved to be enormously popular. When John Thornton died in 1708, his brother Samuel took over the business and added to and modified existing charts. All four books were produced in editions until the 1760s, the Third Book ran into twelve editions up to 1761. The project succeeded in giving the English dominance in the sea chart market as the eighteenth-century progressed. Cf. Phillips, Atlases , 4278-10; Verner & Skelton (eds.), John Thornton - The English Pilot: The Third Book (Facsimile 1703 edition).

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        [ENGRAVED MAP OF THE PROPOSED BOUNDARIES BETWEEN MARYLAND AND PENNSYLVANIA].

      [London: John Senex, ca. 1734].. Copperplate map. 15 x 10 inches. Old fold lines, minor edge wear, slight paper loss to bottom right corner, well outside the plate mark. Expertly backed on archival tissue Very good. A rare copperplate engraved map relating to the boundary dispute between Pennsylvania and Maryland. This dispute between the Lords Baltimore as proprietors of the colony of Maryland and the Penns in the same role in Pennsylvania led to decades of lawsuits, culminating in the famous Mason-Dixon survey. The story of the Penn-Baltimore Agreement has been told in great detail by Nicholas Wainwright in his article, "Tale of a Runaway Cape: The Penn-Baltimore Agreement of 1732." From the time of William Penn's original grant of Pennsylvania in 1682, he was at loggerheads with the Lords Baltimore over the boundary lines between the colonies. Sporadic efforts to resolve the problem finally became serious negotiations in 1731. Both sides put forward maps of their own as guides, and indeed, as Wainwright says, "The map was really the key to the Agreement." Baltimore insisted on the use of his map, and the Penns, who were under great money pressure and eager for an agreement, acceded, as they did to a number of Baltimore's demands. Baltimore's map was in due course taken to the shop of John Senex, in Fleet Street, where it was engraved. One proof strike of it, with a scale of miles, survives in the Penn Papers at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. The scale was later erased and the map printed on each of the six final copies of the agreement. With the cartography agreed to, the rest of the bargain was quickly struck. On May 10, 1732, Baltimore and each of the Penn brothers signed the document and placed their seals on its bottom edge. When the agreement was reported in America in 1733, the machinery was set in motion to survey the boundaries. But the deal was unpopular in Maryland, and Lord Baltimore soon discovered another problem: his map was inaccurate, and the mislocation of Cape Henelopen on the Delaware coast gave the Penns more land than he had thought. With his colony unhappy and feeling he had given up more than intended, Calvert sought to abrogate the agreement. As a result, in 1734 he sued in Chancery Court in London, charging fraud. The Penns, naturally, replied that the agreement was based on Baltimore's map, not theirs. Finally, in 1750 the Penns won the case, with costs, and the surveying could proceed. However, it was not until 1763 that both sides agreed to hire Mason and Dixon and share the costs of the survey. This is a second state of the original 1732 Senex plate (engraved by him and meant to accompany the six manuscript copies of the May 10, 1732 ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT), and originally accompanied the 1734 publication of TRUE COPIES OF I. THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN LORD BALTIMORE AND MESSIEURS PENN...., one of the key documents in the ensuing lawsuits. The maps that came with the 1734 work have a double- ruled border, as does the present copy. The work was published, according to Streeter, "perhaps as a memorandum for use in petitions made to George II that year by Lord Baltimore and Richard Penn." The map was sometimes laid in, accounting for the current independence of this map without any visible signs of having been bound in, and explaining how copies of TRUE COPIES... are found without the map as often as with it. A landmark piece of American cartography. STREETER 951. SABIN 60743. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 734/16a. Nicholas B. Wainwright, "Tale of a Runaway Cape: The Penn- Baltimore Agreement of 1732" in THE PENNSYLVANIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, Vol. 87, pp.251-93 (July 1963).

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        ENGRAVED MAP OF THE PROPOSED BOUNDARIES BETWEEN MARYLAND AND PENNSYLVANIA].

      [London: John Senex, ca. 1734]. - Copperplate map. 15 x 10 inches. Old fold lines, minor edge wear, slight paper loss to bottom right corner, well outside the plate mark. Expertly backed on archival tissue Very good. A rare copperplate engraved map relating to the boundary dispute between Pennsylvania and Maryland. This dispute between the Lords Baltimore as proprietors of the colony of Maryland and the Penns in the same role in Pennsylvania led to decades of lawsuits, culminating in the famous Mason-Dixon survey. The story of the Penn-Baltimore Agreement has been told in great detail by Nicholas Wainwright in his article, "Tale of a Runaway Cape: The Penn-Baltimore Agreement of 1732." From the time of William Penn's original grant of Pennsylvania in 1682, he was at loggerheads with the Lords Baltimore over the boundary lines between the colonies. Sporadic efforts to resolve the problem finally became serious negotiations in 1731. Both sides put forward maps of their own as guides, and indeed, as Wainwright says, "The map was really the key to the Agreement." Baltimore insisted on the use of his map, and the Penns, who were under great money pressure and eager for an agreement, acceded, as they did to a number of Baltimore's demands. Baltimore's map was in due course taken to the shop of John Senex, in Fleet Street, where it was engraved. One proof strike of it, with a scale of miles, survives in the Penn Papers at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. The scale was later erased and the map printed on each of the six final copies of the agreement. With the cartography agreed to, the rest of the bargain was quickly struck. On May 10, 1732, Baltimore and each of the Penn brothers signed the document and placed their seals on its bottom edge. When the agreement was reported in America in 1733, the machinery was set in motion to survey the boundaries. But the deal was unpopular in Maryland, and Lord Baltimore soon discovered another problem: his map was inaccurate, and the mislocation of Cape Henelopen on the Delaware coast gave the Penns more land than he had thought. With his colony unhappy and feeling he had given up more than intended, Calvert sought to abrogate the agreement. As a result, in 1734 he sued in Chancery Court in London, charging fraud. The Penns, naturally, replied that the agreement was based on Baltimore's map, not theirs. Finally, in 1750 the Penns won the case, with costs, and the surveying could proceed. However, it was not until 1763 that both sides agreed to hire Mason and Dixon and share the costs of the survey. This is a second state of the original 1732 Senex plate (engraved by him and meant to accompany the six manuscript copies of the May 10, 1732 ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT), and originally accompanied the 1734 publication of TRUE COPIES OF I. THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN LORD BALTIMORE AND MESSIEURS PENN., one of the key documents in the ensuing lawsuits. The maps that came with the 1734 work have a double- ruled border, as does the present copy. The work was published, according to Streeter, "perhaps as a memorandum for use in petitions made to George II that year by Lord Baltimore and Richard Penn." The map was sometimes laid in, accounting for the current independence of this map without any visible signs of having been bound in, and explaining how copies of TRUE COPIES. are found without the map as often as with it. A landmark piece of American cartography. STREETER 951. SABIN 60743. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 734/16a. Nicholas B. Wainwright, "Tale of a Runaway Cape: The Penn- Baltimore Agreement of 1732" in THE PENNSYLVANIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, Vol. 87, pp.251-93 (July 1963).

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        même une désignation du Rhin depuis le lac de Constancejusqu'à Mayence de tout le Neckar et d'une grande partie du Main.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich von Johann Friedrich Oettinger und Matthäus Seutter, Augsburg, 1734, 53x121 cm, links und rechts des Kartenbildes Vogelschaupläne von Breisach am Rhein, Straßburg, Fort-Louis, Landau, Philippsburg, Mannheim und Mainz, unterhalb des Kartenbildes ausführliche Legende. *Mehrere kleine Fehlstellen und 1 Einriß hinterlegt.

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        Les avantures de Telemaque, fils d\'ulysse par feu messire ... Nouvelle édition , conforme aux manuscrit original.

      Amsterdam Wetstein& Smith Rotterdam Hofhout, 1734. 28,5 x 22 cm. Mit gest. Titelvignette von Tanjé nach Dubourg 2 Bl. X, XXVIII,424 S. Ledereinband 1 Faltkarte, 24 gest. Kopf- und 19 Schluss-Vignetten von Duflos, Folkema u.a. nach Debrie Picart. Rotes Maroquin mit Rückentitel Rückenvergoldung, Fileten und Bordürenumrahmung des Deckel Innekantenvergoldung. Gelenke und Kanten gering berieben. durchgehend leicht gebräunt und altersfleckig vereinzelt stärker. 1 Textblatt und Titelblatt jeweils mit unterlegtem Einriss. Cohen/Ricci gibt 21 gest. Schlussvignetten an. Hier 19 gest. Vignetten und 2 in Holzschnitt. Im selben Jahr erschien auch eine Folio-Ausgabe. Älteres (zeitgenössisches ? Leder-Exlibris von Chandon Moet ?) 3 Kleeblätter/trefles im Innendeckel. LA215.03 Versand D: 3,00 EUR

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        The dictionary historical and critical of Mr. Peter Bayle. 5 Volume Set

      London : Printed for J.J. and P. Knapton, et al, 1734-01-01. 2nd. Hardcover. Very Good. Folio. 5 Volume set. Vol. 1: [10], 17, [1], cxxviii, 803, [1] p.; v. 2: [2], 880 p.; v. 3: [2], 973, [1] p.; v. 4: [2], 944 p.; v. 5: [2], 872, 143, [1] p. Includes index. Bound in black 19th century 1/2 morocco leather over green boards. Gilt ruled. Marbled end pages. Marbled edges. Good binding and covers. Wear to extremities. Clean, unmarked pages. Titles in red and black. Per Printing in the Mind of Man 155b: "For over half a century, until the publication of the Encyclopedie, Bayle's Dictionnaire dominated enlightened thinking in every part of Europe". This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. Pierre Bayle's Dictionary is effectively constituted one of the first encyclopaedias of ideas and their originators. In the Dictionary, Bayle expressed his view that much that was considered to be "truth" was actually just opinion, and that gullibility and stubbornness were prevalent. The Dictionary remains an important scholarly work for several generations after its publication. The majority of the entries are devoted to individual people, whether historical or mythical, though some articles treat religious beliefs and philosophies. Many of the more controversial ideas in the book were hidden away in the voluminous footnotes, or slipped into articles on seemingly uncontroversial topics. Pierre Bayle was a Huguenot scholar who fled from French religious intolerance to Geneva and Holland. Bayle's influential encyclopedia was a best-selling philosophical work of the 18th century. The Dictionnaire's influence can be seen on Diderot, Locke, Leibniz, Kant, Hume, Berkeley, among others. The work combined biography, history, literary criticism, theology, obscenity, in addition to philosophical treatments of toleration, the problem of evil, epistemological questions, etc. Bayle's extensive commentary propelled his reader's interest. (Although an avowed Christian by faith rather than by reason, Bayle's fideist approach to the question of God created the logical framework for an atheist worldview. Bayle pointed out contradictions between theological tenets and the supposedly self-evident dictates of reason, though at the same time sought to promote religious tolerance, and argued strongly against inflexible and authoritarian application of religious articles of faith. (Standford Encyclopedia of Philosophy remarks that Bayle's most significant impact is on the impulse towards modern atheism.) Bayle's remarks on Spinoza are particularly interesting.

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        Dialogos de las armas y linages de la nobleza de España. Los escrivia D. Antonio Agustin, cuya obra posthuma ha cotejado con varios libros. y con diligencia ha procurado emmendarla D. Gregorio Mayáns i Siscár, autor de la vida adjunta de Don Antonio Agustin.

      Juan de Zuñiga, Madrid 1734 - 2 parties en 1 vol. in-4 de (2)-XLII-93-(59) pp., 1 planche sur double page ; (2)-183-(19) pp., vélin, titre manuscrit sur le dos, traces de lacets (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale. Portrait en frontispice et une planche d'armoiries hors-texte sur double page. « Antonio Agustín, archevêque de Tarragone et l'un des plus célèbres jurisconsultes et des plus illustres prélats que l'Espagne ait produits, naquit à Saragosse, en 1516. Son père, vice-chancelier d'Aragon et président en chef de la cour souveraine de justice de ce royaume, n'épargna ni les soins ni les dépenses pour l'instruction de ce fils qu'il destinait à l'Église. Il fut envoyé aux universités d'Alcala, de Benarès et de Salamanque, d'où il passa à Bologne, en Italie, pour perfectionner les connaissances qu'il avait acquises. A l'âge de vingt-cinq ans, il publia son premier ouvrage, intitulé : Emendationum et Opinonum juris civilis libri quatuor, qui lui fit une grande réputation de savoir et de goût, car il fut un des premiers qui fit servir les antiquités romaines à l'intelligence du droit de ce même peuple. Trois ans après, le pape Paul III le nomma auditeur de rote, sur les instances de l'empereur Charles Quint. Jules III l'envoya en Angleterre, lors du mariage du prince Philippe avec la reine Marie. De retour à Rome, Paul IV lui conféra l'évêché d'Alise, et l'employa en Allemagne auprès de l'empereur Ferdinand. Philippe II, roi d'Espagne, le fit transférer au siège de Lérida, et ce fut en cette qualité qu'il assista au concile de Trente, où il se distingua par ses vertus et ses connaissances. En 1574, il fut fait archevêque de Tarragone, où il mourut en 1586, âgé de 70 ans. Il jouit pendant sa vie de la plus haute considération, et les ouvrages qu'il a laissés lui conserveront un nom célèbre dans tous les temps » (Michaud, Biographie universelle). Palau, I, 4111. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time -From the Restoration of King Charles II to the Settlement of King William and Queen Mary at the Revolution. -From the Revolution to the Conclusion of the Treat of Peace at Utrecht in the Reign of Queen Anne.

      1724-1734. . - Imp. Thomas Ward / Joseph Downing and Henry Woodflla. London . . 2 Vol. . Vol.I:(VIII + 836 pp.) Vol.II:(XI + 763 pp.). Folio Mayor. Tela y Papel. Historia Universal (Inglaterra - Reino Unido), Idiomas (Francés), Siglo XVIII . Interesante narración de la historia del Inglaterra desde la segunda mitad del siglo XVII hasta 1713 contada por uno de sus obispos. Capitulares ilustrados con motivos florales. Reencuadernado en tela y papel de aguas. Ejemplar con amplios márgenes. Raro. Buen estado. History of England .

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        Code criminel de l`Empereur Charles V, vulgairement appelle La Caroline: Contenant les Loix qui sont suivies dans les Jurisdictions Criminelles de l`Empire; et a l`usage des Conseils de Guerre des Troupes Suisses..

      Paris, Claude Simon, 1734 Gr.8°, Gestochenes Portrait (Le Baron de Besenval), Titelkupfer, 15 Bl, 365 S., 1 Bl., OLdr der Zeit mit Rückenschild, goldgeprägter Rücken, Erste (von 3) franz. Ausgabe. Gewidmet «A Monsieur le Baron de Besenval. Lieutenat general des Armées du Roy. Colonel du Regiment des Gardes Suisse des sa Majeste.» Franz Adam Vogel. «Garde juge des Gardes suisse du Roi» übersetzte die Kriminalordnung Kaiser Karls V aus dem Jahr 1532 ins Französische. Formel des Kriegsrates in deutscher Übersetzung. Die Constitutio Criminalis Carolina (CCC) oder Carolina gilt heute als erstes allgemeines deutsches Strafgesetzbuch. Eindeutschend wird sie schon früh auch als peinliche Halsgerichtsordnung Karls V. bezeichnet. Peinlich bezieht sich hierbei auf das lateinische \"poena\". übersetzt \"Strafe\" und bezeichnet Leibes- und Lebensstrafen. Die Carolina hatte weit über das Reich hinaus Gesetzeskraft und galt teilweise bis ins frühe 19 Jht. Jean-Victor de Besenval. Baron de Brünstatt (1671- 1736). schweizer Offizier in franz. diplomatischen Diensten. 1703 in Berlin. ab 1707 franz. Botschafter bei König Karl XII von Schweden und von 1710 bis 1721 am Hof des polnischen Königs u Kurfürsten von Sachsen August dem Starken. KANN ERST NACH MESSERERHÖFFNUNG VERKAUFT WERDEN! Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - nach 1550 Rechtswesen - Rechtsgeschichte

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        L'Alcoran des Cordeliers. 2 volumes.

      Aux dépens de la Compagnie 1734 - L'Alcoran des Cordeliers. Tant en latin qu'en François. C'est à dire Recueil des plus notables bourdes & blasphèmes de ceux qui ont osé comparer Sainct François à Jesus Christ: tiré du grand livre des Conformitez, jadis composé par frère Barthelemi de Pise, Cordelier en son vivant. Nouvelle Édition ornée de Figures dessinées par B. Picart. A Amsterdam, Aux dépens de la Compagnie - 1734 - XVIII, 396 et 419 pages. 22 gravures de Bernard Picard représentant des épisodes hagiographiques de la vie de Saint François. Dont 1 titre gravé portant la date de 1733 et 1 gravure dépliante "Les conformitez de St. François avec Jésus-Christ". Édition bilingue français-latin. Complet & Contrôlé. Première édition illustrée d'un ouvrage qui fut initialement édité en 1542 à Wittemberg. Célèbre pamphlet, particulièrement violent, contre le livre de Barthelemi de Pise qui soulignait les similarités entre la vie de Jésus Christ et la vie de Saint François. Le livre débute par une préface de Conrad Badius et de Martin Luther, très insultant à l'égard des Papistes et des Cordeliers. L'ouvrage reprend le récit hagiographique de Saint François en lui adjoignant des notes aux bas des pages, et des critiques extrêmement sévères et virulentes. Plus largement, le livre est une attaque directe contre les Catholiques par les Protestants, les accusant d'hérésies, d'abominations, de satanisme. Bernard Picart, né le 11 juin 1673 à Paris et mort le 8 mai 1733 à Amsterdam, est un Maître-graveur et dessinateur français. Cartonnage vert de l'époque en très bon état. Dos orné de chainettes dorées et pièce de titre cuir fauve. Tranches rouges. Pas de rousseur. Parfait état. Format in-12°(16x10). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Parfaite connoissance des chevaux, leur anatomie, leurs bonnes et mauvaises qualités, leurs maladies et les remèdes qui y conviennent.

      La Haye, Moetjens, 1734. - In-folio de 4 ff. pour le titre, la dédicace, la préface et le privilège, un portrait gravé par Coster, 256 pages, 4 ff. de table et 61 planches hors-texte gravées par Bleyswick, Lacave et Creite. Demi-basane rouge à coins, dos plat, pièce de titre en maroquin vert. Dos frotté. Edition originale de cet ouvrage de Saunier qui nous dit dans sa préface qu'il a fait dessiner ces superbes planches "d'après nature, avec soins & avec de grandes dépenses", mais c'est un pur mensonge, car la plupart sont d'exactes copies des célèbres planches Dell'Anatomia de Carlo Ruini, parue en 1598 et attribuées au non moins célèbre Titien. Mennessier de la Lance. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Petri Burmanni Vectigalia Populi Romani, et (griechisch) Zeus kataibatès sive jupiter fulgerator in Cyrrhestarum Nummis, curis secundis illustrata. angeb: ders. Petri Burmanni, Epistola ad Claudium Capperonnerium, Theologum Licenbtiatum, Diaconum Ambianensem, & Graecae Linguae Proffesorem de Nova ejus M.Fabii Quinctiliani de Institutione Oratoria Editione.

      Leyden C. & G. Wishoff., 1734. (gestochenes allegorisches Frontispiz , Titel in rot/schwarz mit Vignette)(zweiter Teil Titelblatt mit gestochenem Münzkupfer) [26], 346 S. [12] ; angeb.: (Titelblatt mit gestochener Vignette) [8] 102 S. Quarto, Ganzpergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel Jöcher I, 1503; Lipsius-L.I, 63 (84).; Roberts, p. 67; Dekkers, p. 30 nicht bei Kress or Goldschmiths. Treatise on Roman tax revenue and financial contributions collected by the state. Each source of taxation in dealt with seperately, and Burmann discusses in turn general taxes on land, propety and capital, import taxes and harbour duties, taxes on metals and salt. Sehr seltenes und wichtges zur Steuergesetzgebung im römischen Reich. Sehr gutes Exemplar, aufwendig auf großem Papier gedruckt. (kleiner gelöschter Stempel auf dem Titel und verso Titel). Versand D: 2,00 EUR Steuern Taxes Zölle Römer römisches Reich

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        The dictionary historical and critical of Mr. Peter Bayle. 5 Volume Set

      London : Printed for J.J. and P. Knapton, et al 1734 - Folio. 5 Volume set. Vol. 1: [10], 17, [1], cxxviii, 803, [1] p.; v. 2: [2], 880 p.; v. 3: [2], 973, [1] p.; v. 4: [2], 944 p.; v. 5: [2], 872, 143, [1] p. Includes index. Bound in black 19th century 1/2 morocco leather over green boards. Gilt ruled. Marbled end pages. Marbled edges. Good binding and covers. Clean, unmarked pages. Vol. 1 recased. Titles in red and black. Per Printing in the Mind of Man 155b: "For over half a century, until the publication of the Encyclopedie, Bayle's Dictionnaire dominated enlightened thinking in every part of Europe". This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. Pierre Bayle's Dictionary is effectively constituted one of the first encyclopaedias of ideas and their originators. In the Dictionary, Bayle expressed his view that much that was considered to be "truth" was actually just opinion, and that gullibility and stubbornness were prevalent. The Dictionary remains an important scholarly work for several generations after its publication. The majority of the entries are devoted to individual people, whether historical or mythical, though some articles treat religious beliefs and philosophies. Many of the more controversial ideas in the book were hidden away in the voluminous footnotes, or slipped into articles on seemingly uncontroversial topics. Pierre Bayle was a Huguenot scholar who fled from French religious intolerance to Geneva and Holland. Bayle's influential encyclopedia was a best-selling philosophical work of the 18th century. The Dictionnaire's influence can be seen on Diderot, Locke, Leibniz, Kant, Hume, Berkeley, among others. The work combined biography, history, literary criticism, theology, obscenity, in addition to philosophical treatments of toleration, the problem of evil, epistemological questions, etc. Bayle's extensive commentary propelled his reader's interest. (Although an avowed Christian by faith rather than by reason, Bayle's fideist approach to the question of God created the logical framework for an atheist worldview. Bayle pointed out contradictions between theological tenets and the supposedly self-evident dictates of reason, though at the same time sought to promote religious tolerance, and argued strongly against inflexible and authoritarian application of religious articles of faith. (Standford Encyclopedia of Philosophy remarks that Bayle's most significant impact is on the impulse towards modern atheism.) Bayle's remarks on Spinoza are particularly interesting. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Befestigungsgrundrisse, 2 Darstellungen auf einem Blatt, "Grund-Riß der Kayserl. Reichs-Vestung Philippsburg währender Belagerung/ samt der Situation des Französich- und Kayserlichen Lagers von Anno MDCCXXXIV. Nebst einer deutlichen Beschreibung".

      - Kupferstich ( anonym ), 1734, 47 x 32 (H) Drugulin, Nr. 4175; Schefold, 10916. - Seltener Einblattdruck. Zeigt die Situation um Philippsburg während der franz. Belagerung 1734. Darunter 6-spaltiger Typentext mit Erklärungen. - Das Blatt ist gereinigt.

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        Lettres Ecrites de Londres sur les Anglois et Autres Sujets.

       Basle [i. e. London, Bowyer] 1734. Titelbl., 3 ll., 228 pp., 10 ll. Ldr. d. Zt./Contemp. calf. Nummernstempel am Tit.G. Bengesco, V. Bibliographie de ses Oeuvres,; J. Vercruysse, Bibliographie des écrits française relatifs à V. - Erste Ausgabe in französ. Sprache. Die Erstausgabe war im Jahr zuvor in englisch erschienen. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Philosophie, Literatur

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        The Natural, Experimental, and Medicinal History of the Mineral Waters of Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, and Yorkshire, particularly those of Scarborough. Wherein, They are carefully examined and compared, their Contents discovered and divided, their Uses shewn and explained, and an Account given of their Discovery and Alterations. Together with the Natural History of the Earths, Minerals and Fossils through which the Chief of them pass.

      Five engraved plates (four folding). 10 p.l., xxii, 359, [3] pp. Large 4to, later 18th-cent. mottled sheep, flat spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. London: Printed for the Author & sold by F. Gyles, 1734. First edition of this publication sponsored by the Royal Society. Short (1690?-1772), physician, established his practice at Sheffield, and wrote a series of books on mineral waters, tea and other beverages, and medicine in general. He made several journeys to visit the mineral springs of Yorkshire and of other parts of England, becoming an expert on the medicinal uses and analysis of water. Following thirty years of research in the chemical analysis of mineral waters, in 1766 he published the first attempt to systematize tests, entitled Institutes, or, An Introduction to the Examination of Mineral Waters. Fine and fresh copy. ❧ Hirsch, V, pp. 251-52. ODNB. .

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        ACTS OF ASSEMBLY, PASSED IN THE CHARIBBEE LEEWARD ISLANDS. FROM 1690, TO 1730

      London, 1734. Folio. Antique half calf and marbled boards, spine gilt with leather labels. A few leaves lightly tanned, last few leaves chipped and worn at edges. Very good. Laws for the Leeward Islands, colonized by the British in the late 17th century, comprising Antigua, Montserrat, and the northern islands up to Puerto Rico in the Caribbean chain, such as Anguilla. Many of the present laws apply to the island of Antigua. Antigua, colonized by the British in the mid-17th century, served as a major sugar producer and hub for shipping in the West Indies. The American Revolutionary War caused a significant disruption in the sugar trade, and British sentiment against slavery further served to shift the economy of the islands in the late 18th century. Laws present here include those taxing liquors and sugars imported, establishing militias and courts, "An Act for the trial of criminal slaves," acts establishing land titles, and more.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. G.F. Riecke b. Homann Erben, "Gegend des Nackar Stroms von Lauffen bis Wimpfen mit den Campements der Teutschen 1693 u. A. 1734".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1734, 46 x 55 Römer, der Neckar in alten Landkarten, 21. - Die Karte besteht aus 2 Teilen, die noch nicht zusammengesetzt sind. Sie zeigt den Neckarlauf zwischen Lauffen und Bad Wimpfen ( mittig Heilbronn ). Die militärische Situation von 1693 und 1734 ist schematisch dargestellt. Oben rechts Erklärungen dazu.

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