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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. 19 x 22 3/4 inches. 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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        Parergon Juris Canonici Anglicani, or, A Commentary By Way of

      1734. Ayliffe, John [1676-1732]. Parergon Juris Canonici Anglicani, Or, A Commentary By Way of Supplement to the Canons and Constitutions of the Church of England: Not Only from the Books of the Canon and Civil Law, But Likewise from the Statute and Common Law of this Realm: Whereunto is Prefix'd, by Way of Introduction, First, A Brief Account of the Canon-Law in General; How and from Whence it Had Its Rise and Beginning in the Church; And How it Advanced Itself, By the Subtlety of the Romish Clergy, After the Seat of the Roman Empire was Removed to Constantinople, And Barbarism had Invaded the Politer Nations of Europe. Secondly, The Reader has Also Here a Particular of the Books Wherein this Law was written: With the Several Authors Names, the Respective Times Wherein They Compiled Them, And the Best Commentators Thereon: With Many Other Curious and Historical Remarks on the Law, &c. London: Printed for Thomas Osborne, 1734. [ii]-iv [i.e. v], iii-xlii, [2], 552, [22] pp. Folio (13-1/2" x 8-1/2"). Contemporary calf, rebacked in period style, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Some edgewear and minor scuffing to boards, corners bumped and somewhat worn. Occasional faint dampstaining to edges of text block. Ex-library. Small (and faint) later library stamp to foot of title page and first index leaf. * Second edition. Ayliffe wrote this book when he was a practitioner in the ecclesiastical courts. It was originally a set of notes for private reference. He expanded these into a book, he says, "not only with a design of doing some service to my country, by illustrating the force and practice of the Canon Law, as far as it has been received, and is now observ'd among Englishmen, but also with a purpose of exposing the errors and Superstition of the Romish Church" (Introduction, xxxvi). Holdsworth, who discusses this book at length, notes that it "clearly expressed and well arranged" and has "has always been regarded as a book of great authority": History of English Law XII:612. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:177 (3).

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      London: W. Mears, 1734. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition Thus. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Title continues: "...A particular Account of all the Battles, Sieges, &c. Likewise a true Relation of the most secret Intrigues and Negotiations of the Courts of France, Spain, Germany, and Savoy. Interpreted With Variety of entertaining Amours and original Letters of the several Princes concerned. Also The Political Intrigues of the late King of Sardinia, containing an Account of the ill treatment of Mr. Phelippeaux the French Ambassador at the Court of Turin, contrary to the Law of Nations. Translated from the Original French of Count Bonneval, now in great Esteem at the Court of the Grand-Seignior, By J. Sparrow, Gent. With a correct Map explaining the Seat of the Last and Present War in Italy." [13] 376pp; 1 folding map ("Italy divided into Its Principal States") in excellent condition. Re-bound in modern brown Buckram with gilt dec. and spine titles. A very nice copy..

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        Sardiniae Regnum et Insula

      Altkolorierte Kupferstich-Karte nach Vincenzo Maria Coronelli bei Homann Erben 1734. 58.5x49 cm. - Detaillierte Karte der Insel, zeigt auch die Inseln Tavolara, Sant Antioco, Sant Pietro, Asinara und der Meerenge Bocche di Bonifacio. Mit Meilenzeiger und Zeichenerklärung, die Kartusche mit Wappen, Früchten und Getreidegarben. Unten rechts Ansicht der Stadt Cagliari aus der Vogelschau (9,5 x 16 cm) in Altkolorit. Dekoratives und gesuchtes Blatt. Papierrand leicht fleckig.

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        The Evangelical Expositor; or, A Commentary on the Holy Bible, wherein the sacred text of the Old and New Testaments is inserted at large, the scene explained, and the more difficult passages elucidated; with practical observations for the use of Families and Private Christians of every denomination. Embellished with elegant engravings

      Glasgow: Khull, Blackie, & Co.. Very Good- with no dust jacket. [c1819]. First Edition. Hardcover. No date [c1819]. Two large folio volumes. Complete. Page dimensions: 451 x 251mm (16 5/16" x 9 15/16"). Elaborate late 20th century craft bookbinding. Half-leather binding, with original lettering pieces and later gilt titling on spine. Boards covered in maroon cloth decorated with gilt dots. Colourful dyed endpapers. Extra engraved title page trimmed heavily at margins and laid down on a new leaf, also colourfully dyed. Inner margins of title leaves reinforced with coloured paper. Volume One: [ii], 726 pages + extra engraved title leaf (cropped and laid down) + 1 map + several engravings. Volume Two: [ii], iv, (5)-672 pages + several engravings. Moderate foxing. Chip to blank margin of one engraving. Thomas Haweis (1734-1820) was the rector of Aldwinkle, Northhamptonshire, and one of the founders of the London Missionary Society. His commentary on the Bible was first published in 1765. This edition on offer is from circa 1819. Provenance: 19th century slip of paper tipped in at rear of Volume Two (presumably clipped from an endpaper of the earlier binding): "Thom. Lockhart / 41 Lower Bridge St/ Stirling / Scotland". ; Folio .

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        Sancti Irenaei Episcopi Lugdunensis et Martyris, Detectionis et Eversionis Falso Cognominatae Agnitionis, seu Contra Haereses. Libri quinque. Post Francisci Fevardentii et Joannis Ernesti Grabe recensionem castigati denuo ad MSS codices Romanos, Gallicanos & Anglicanos, nec non ad antiquires editiones, & a multis, quibus adhuc scatebant, mendis expurgati : aucti novis Fragmentis Graecis; observationibus ac notis, copiosissimisque Glossariis & Indicibus illustrati & locupletati; quibus omnibus adduntur tres Dissertationes, in quibus haereses ab Ireneo memoratae, & loci difficilis explicantur, ejusque vitae ac gestorum historia discutitur.

      Franciscum Pitterium., Venetiis. 1734 - 2 voll. in fol. , p. perg. , pp. XXVIII + 428 (prima parte) + 101 + 385, di "Dissertationes in Irenae I Libros" e "Variorum annotationes in Librum I - II - III - IV e V ancti Irenaei" (Seconda parte). Front. fig. con inc. di F. Zucchi. Testate (quella ad inizio testo, della prima parte, costituita da ricca inc. di Io. Cattini). Capilettera. Finaline. Carta forte. Bei marg. Lettere ai d. in oro. Testo su due colonne , in lingua greca e latina. Tarletti marg. su poche pp. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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      London. 1734.. 15,[1],24,[4],25-231,[31]pp. Folio. Modern half calf and marbled boards, spine gilt, morocco label. Small institutional blindstamp on titlepage. Light, even age-toning; very slight foxing. Very good. The first collected printing of British laws for Antigua and the Leeward Islands, and a primary source on the administration of justice in the West Indies in the 18th century. After consolidating their power over most of the Leeward Islands in the late 17th century, the British set about instituting a uniform code of laws. Most of the laws were passed on and pertain to Antigua, the largest island in the group and the British colonial headquarters in the Leeward Islands. A handful of acts refer particularly to Nevis. Many of the laws date to as far back as the 1660s and '70s. The entire gamut of judicial, economic, and social intercourse is covered, including the establishment of a legal system, rules governing servants and laborers, weights and measures, agriculture, trade, and the local militia. Several acts address the issues of slavery and free Blacks. With an index. OCLC locates twelve copies. A scarce and crucial collection of laws for this important outpost of the British empire. BEINECKE LESSER ANTILLES COLLECTION 163. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 734/117. SABIN 12025, 10891. OCLC 13128040.

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        Histoire des miracles et du culte de M. Pâris diacre.

      S.n. 1734 - - S.n., En France _1734, in-12 (9,5x17cm), (1 f. tit.) lxxx ; 156pp. ; 144pp., 2 parties reliées en un vol. - Nouvelle édition augmentée d'une préface et d'une seconde partie, parue deux ans après l'originale ; anonyme. Plein veau blond d'époque. Dos à cinq nerfs orné d'une pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, de caissons et petits fers aux oiseaux dorés. Toutes tranches rouges. Coiffe de tête arasée. Petits travaux de vers au niveau du dos portant marginalement atteinte au corps de l'ouvrage. Deux coins très légèrement émoussés. L'ouvrage s'inscrit dans l'histoire des convulsionnaires. Les miracles et les élans de convulsions qui eurent lieu sur la tombe du diacre Pâris, au cimetière de Saint-Médard, firent de lui une des figures charismatiques du jansénisme des Lumières, période durant laquelle furent publiés de nombreux ouvrages et de nombreuses publications philosophiques et théologiques au sujet des fameux miracles de Saint-Médard, origines du mouvement des convulsionnaires et inséparables de l'histoire du Jansénisme. (1 f. tit.) lxxx ; 156pp. ; 144pp. . La Librairie Le Feu Follet offre aux clients AbeBooks 10% de réduction ainsi que les frais de port vers la France métropolitaine sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 575 EUR. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Memoires pour servir a l'histoire des Insectes

      Imprimerie Royale 1734-1742, Paris - 6 vols, 267 folding engraved plates, 6 engraved headpieces. 4to. HB. Cont. mottled calf, raised bands, gilt tooling to compartments; marbled end-papers + edges. Some rubbing/scuffing/surface wear to covers, some wear/chipping to spine ends, a few joints partly cracked, but firm. Contents very crisp and clean. Vg set. Provenance: Engraved book-plates with signature of 'M. Raymond de Pringy, secretaire du Roy' in ink beneath (book-plate removed from 2 volumes). Tome I: Sur les chenilles et sur les papillons; Tome II: Suite de l'histoire des chenilles et des papillons; et l'histoire des insectes ennemis des chenilles; Tome III: Histoire des vers mineurs des feuilles, des teignes, des fausses teignes, des pucerons, des ennemis des pucerons, des faux pucerons, et l'histoire des galles des plantes, et de leurs insectes; Tome IV: Histoire des gallinsectes, des progallinsectes, et des mouches à deux ailes; Tome V: Suite de l'histoire des mouches à deux ailes, et l'histoire de plusieurs mouches à quatre ailes; savoir, des mouches à scie, des cigales, et des abeilles; Tome VI: Suite de l'histoire des mouches à quatre ailes, avec un supplément à celle des mouches à deux ailes.Nissen ZBI: 3315. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Metrica Historia, Sagrada, Profana y General de el Mundo

      Zaragoza, por Juan Malo, Impressor del Hospital, 1734. 4to.; 24 hs., 581 pp. Encuadernación en piel, de la época.

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        Lo Stato Presente di Tutti I Paesi e Popoli del Mondo Naturale, Politico, e Morale, Con Nuove Offervazioni e Correzioni Degli Antichi, e Moderni Viaggiatori. Delle Isole di Sunda, di Nikobar, di Andoman, e del Regno di Siam (Volume III)

      Venice: Presso Giovambatista Albrizzi Q. Gir, 1734. Possible First. Vellum. Very Good. [6], 469, [3]. Black & white illustrations - 7 fold-out plates, including 2 maps by Isaac Tirion. Contemporary white vellum covers are age-soiled, somewhat brittle, but basically unworn. Hand-lettered on spine is "Sunda Siam." Full-page frontis engraving is hand-tinted, detached. Book is nicely produced on quality stock, elaborate tinted headpiece at beginning. An occasional page has ink notes. Previous owner signed rear endpaper. This volume is one part of a 23-volume series on history and geography of places in the world. Illustrations in this copy include a fold-out map of Borneo, tri-fold of Batavia, "Orang-Oetang" de Bosco, Pepe, fold-out map of Indo-China, fold-out Vestito, and a fold-out of a Siamese convento. Occasional insignificant traces of bookworm activity. Originally written in English and published in 1727, this was republished in Dutch, Italian, and German in succeeding years. This, a very early Italian translation, is in amazing condition for its age.

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        Voyages et Avantures de Jacques MassÈ

      Cologne,: Jaques Kainkus, c., 1734.. Duodecimo, frontispiece, title-page printed in black and red; contemporary sprinkled calf, spine gilt in compartments; bookplate and armorial gilt stamp on front board of F. LachÍvre. A handsome copy of the third edition (Rosenberg edition 'C'), with frontispiece portrait of MassÈ and title-page vignette of Mercury. Friederich comments that the importance of mining and irrigation to the Australians makes it the only work 'to foreshadow what has actually come to pass in modern Australia'.Tyssot de Patot was a well-known Huguenot free-thinker, whose writings were a continual source of scandal: Voltaire thought that he had 'carried the torch of discord into their homeland'. Certainly the antagonistically anti-religious stance of this novel created much ill-feeling. Atkinson comments that because 'open criticism of the Bible is so frequent' he will have to content himself with listing just a few of the more extreme examples.MassÈ shipwrecks on the Southern continent at '44 South latitude, almost at the point where Kerguelen Island will be found to be on modern maps' (Atkinson). Whilst most of the survivors of the wreck are content to maintain a large presence on the coast, MassÈ and his friend Moret travel inland where they settle in an enormous and well-organised utopia, 'a plentiful, fruitful country, a land of blessing and peace ... where human blood is sacred and safe from the rage and tyranny of great men'. They become so enamoured of their Australian hosts that they abjure their faith and their European heritage, and it is only when Moret is betrayed by his liaison with a treacherous queen that they reluctantly flee, escaping rather fortuitously by a subterranean river which deposits them close by the original settlement. They remain besieged in the camp for another twelve years before they are finally picked up by a Portuguese ship.Rosenberg argues for a date of around 1734 for this edition, to coincide with the renewed interest in Tyssot's work at the time (he cites 1733 English and 1737 German editions). His theory is that this renewal of interest 'arose because it was confused with Mandeville's Fable of the Bees which, by 1730, had achieved considerable notoriety'.Barbier, IV, p. 1103; Gibson, 'St. Thomas More... with a Bibliography of Utopiana', no, 780; Negley, 1118; Rosenberg, Edition 'C', p. 86.

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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. 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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        The Koran Commonly called The Alcoran of Mohammed,

      London: by C. Ackers for J. Wilcox,, 1734. Translated into English immediately from the Original Arabic; with Explanatory Notes, taken from the most approved Commentators. To which is prefixed A Preliminary Discourse. By George Sale. Quarto (252 × 195 mm). Contemporary panelled calf, later red morocco label, 5 raised bands to spine. Housed in a burgundy cloth folding case. Folding map, 4 plates of which 3 are folding. In this copy the non-folding plate 3 has been bound in attached to one of the folding plates. Contemporary ownership inscription and bookplate to front pastedown, old cataloguing slip tipped-in to front free endpaper. Repairs to corners, joints, and ends of spine, endpapers tanned, some light spotting to contents, small chip from rear free endpaper. A very good copy. First edition of the second and most authoritative English version of the Koran. Although a solicitor by profession, George Sale (c.1696–1736) was a leading orientalist, having acted as corrector to the SPCK's Arabic translation of the New Testament (1727). His translation is prefixed by a long "preliminary discourse", a compendium of all that was known about the religion of Islam, itself separately translated into and published in several languages. The 1734 edition was the only one that was published during his lifetime, but the translation was reprinted in 1746, 1764 and many times afterward, most recently in 1984. Sale was textually indebted to the 1698 Latin translation of Ludovico Marracci, confessor to Pope Innocent XI, but unlike Marracci, Sale was convinced of the sincerity of Muhammad's intentions, though he remained eager to secure the conversion of the Muslims to Protestant Christianity. Sale's presumed partiality to Islam earned him the criticism of his orthodox contemporaries, and probably led to a breach with the SPCK, but scholars like Gibbon (whose treatment of Arabian history and Islam in his Decline and Fall relies heavily on Sale), Voltaire, and Lessing valued him highly. In 1921 Edward Denison Ross claimed that Sale's version had not yet been superseded, and more than fifty years later Sale's objectivity still guarded him from criticism in Edward Said's Orientalism (1978).

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        Groot volkomen Moolenboek; of Naauwkeurig Ontwerp. Van Allerhande tot nog toe bekende Soorten van Moolens, met haare Groonden en Opstallen, en al het geene verder daar toe behoort. 2 Teile in 1 Bd

      Amsterdam, Covens & Mortier 1734 -1736. 52 x 65 cm. (4), 8; (2), 8, (2) Seiten mit 2 gestochenen Titelvignetten und 54 Kupfern auf 49 (davon 3 ausklappbar) Tafeln von Jan Punt, Festeinband, Halbledereinband um 1850 - Klemm 437 und Tafel 18 - Standardwerk des Windmühlenbaus im 18. Jahrhundert. Die Titelvignetten und Kupfertafeln zählen zu den frühesten Arbeiten von Jan Punt (1711 -1779), zuerst Schauspieler in Amsterdam, später als Kupferstecher und Maler Schüler von van der Laan und Jakob de Wit (vgl. Thieme / Becker 27, 462). Die instruktiven Tafeln, nach Zeichnungen der Autoren, zeigen Konstruktion und Mechanik von Wasser- und Windmühlen in Gesamtdarstellungen und Details, unter anderem: Mühlenbau, Windmühlen, Wassermühlen, Sägemühlen, Ölmühlen, Getreidemühlen, Papiermühlen, Wasserpumpen, Schleusen, Schöpfwerke, Göpelwerke, Ketten- und Zahnradgetriebe, Archimedische Schraube sowie einer Baggermühle (Moddermole). Diese "zeigt einen Schaufelkettenbagger mit Pferdegöpel-Antrieb. Es zeugt von der großen Fähigkeit der holländischen Mühlenbauer, technische Gegenstände zeichnerisch einwandfrei darzustellen" (Klemm). Der Textteil wurde durch Ansetzen von weißem Papier dem Querformat der Tafeln angepaßt. Die Tafeln sind plano gebunden, der Einband restauriert, Fehlstellen im Deckelbezug ergänzt, im Textteil sowie an 4 Tafeln Ränder etwas fleckig, Teil 1 Tafel 17/18 am unteren Plattenrand beschnitten. Angebunden: Linperch, Pieter: Architectura mechanica, of Moolen-Boek van eenige Opstallen van Moolens, nevens hunne Gronden. Amsterdam, Cóvens und Mortier (1727). 52 x 56 cm. (4), 6 Seiten mit gestochen Titelvign. und 32 Kupfern auf 31 Tafeln. - Lotz 1789. Erstausgabe, hier noch als Teil 3 des Moolen-Boek bezeichnet, später wurde es auch separat aufgelegt. Der Textteil und 12 Kupfertafeln sind durch angesetztes Schreibpapier dem großen querformatigen Tafeln angepaßt. - Vollständig seltener Sammelband zum Mühlenbau - Sprache / Language: Niederländisch / Dutch -

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        Palladio Londinensis: Or, The London Art of Building

      London: Ward and Wicksteed et al, 1734. First edition. Hardcover. Three quarter modern brown calf and marbled boards. Fine./No Dust Jacket. 128 pages [A4,(a)4, B-U4,X2]. Two pages of adverts. 23 x 17 cm. Thirty-seven plates, most are folding (plate 37 bound at page 78). Salmon authored a number of builder's manuals, this work being commonly used in England and Colonial America, "whose success may be judged by the number of editions through which they passed." [see: COLVIN, p.711]. Overall a clean copy, minor scattered toning to text, several plates professionally reinforced.

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        Nouvelle Instruction pour les Confitures, les Liqueurs, et les Fruits : Ou l'on apprend a confire toutes sortes de Fruits, tant secs que liquides; & divers Ouvrages de Sucre qui sont du fait des Officiers & Confiseurs; avec la maniere de bien ordonner un Fruit. Suite du Nouveau Cuisinier Royal et Bourgeois, egalement utile aux Maitres d'Hotels & dans les Familles, pour savoir ce qu'on sert de plus a la mode dans les Repas. Tomme Troisieme. Nouvelle edition, Revue, corrigee, & beaucoup augmentee, Avec de nouveaux Desseins de Tables

      Amsterdam: Aux Depens de la Compagnie, 1734. 4 leaves, [4], 362, [20] pp. Three folding plates. Index. & A rare early edition of Massialot's famous book on preserves, first published in 1692. The author (ca. 1660-1733) was chef de cuisine to various French nobles, including the brother of Louis XIV and the dukes of Chartres, Orleans and Aumont. His works were published anonymously and not widely circulated among the general public, but they were highly regarded by professional chefs and thus exerted a good deal of influence on the development of French cuisine. The first section of this work discusses all aspects of making preserves, beginning with an explanation of selecting and clarifying sugar. The second chapter discusses the necessary utensils, and the third outlines, month by month, what fruits and flowers are in season and what preserves can be made from them. The chapters that follow discuss specific fruits and flowers, with recipes for their use in preserves, jellies, marmalades, tarts and fruit pies. The author concludes with a chapter on problems that may arise when making preserves and ways to remedy them. The second part is devoted to recipes for liqueurs and the preparation of waters and beverages for each season. The final section is an interesting discussion of fruit, where one learns the quality, merit and maturity of all sorts of fruits and how to serve them. Light brown half-leather and paper covered boards, with raised bands and gilt-lettered morocco spine label. Boards well-rubbed and edge worn, small chip missing from corner of spine label (slightly affecting the "I" in "Instruction"). Modern bookplate to front pastedown, staining to several pages, otherwise a clean and tightly bound copy, better than good. [Worldcat locates only two copies of this Amsterdam imprint, neither in North American collections; see Cagle 323; see Oberle 94-96; Vicaire 455].

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        Tab 22 - Lithodid crab

      Albert SebaIllustrated plate from Locupletissimi Rerum Naturalium ThesauriAmsterdam: Wetsten, Smith and Waesberg, 1734-1755.Hand-colored copperplate engraving (Later color)29 1/4” x 39 3/4” framedAlbert Seba’s magnificent Thesauri is a catalogue of his personal natural history collection, an immense conglomeration of specimens of a number of exotic plant and animal life. The son of a Frisian peasant who became rich in the service of the Dutch East India Company, Seba was an apothecary practicing in Amsterdam when he began to collect. His scientific interests and curiosity motivated him to amass this collection on a series of travels to the East and West Indies, and from purchases he made of specimens collected by travelers the world over. Many of the snakes, plants, fish and shells illustrated and described in his Thesauri were based on the specimens Seba collected in this “cabinet of curiosities.”In fact, many of the extravagant designs of the engravings were copies of the arrangements of the specimens in the drawers of his cabinet and the walls upon which he hung his collection, which in this way became a sort of predecessor of the modern museum. The collection was a valuable source to European natural historians, many of whom would not have had the opportunity to travel to the far flung destinations where the specimens originated. It is documented, for example, that Carolus Linneas visited the collection when he was in Amsterdam. These fine engravings made Seba’s unparalleled collection accessible to a much wider spectrum of enthusiasts, and modern viewers, too, can appreciate the stylized compositions and near-abstract quality of their stylized, fanciful compositions.  

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        Lettres Ecrites de Londres sur les Anglois et Autres Sujets

      Basle [i. e. London, Bowyer] 1734.. Titelbl., 3 Bll., 228 S., 10 Bll. Ldr. d. Zt. 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.

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        Curieuses Gespräche im Reiche der Lebendigen, zwischen Stanislao Leszinsky aus Pohlen ... und dem Welt-bekandten Prätendenten von Engelland oder Ritter von Sanct Georgen, Darinnen diese beyden Personen einander ihre sonderbahre Lebens-Geschichte ... erzehlen. Nebst denen Neuesten Nachrichten, so zu dieser Historia gehören. (UND:) Curieuses Gespräch Im Reiche der Lebendigen, Zwischen Stanislao Leszinsky ... Und Jacobo III, Oder dem sogenannten Prätendenten von England Worinnen bey Erzehlung der Lebens-Geschichte Stanislai die fatalen Begebenheiten der Stadt Dantzig, was sich nemlich vor, in, und nach deren Belagerung merckwürdiges ereignet, ausfürlich beschrieben. Anderer Theil

      Cölln, Marteau (fing.), 1734.. 2 Tle. in 2 Bänden. Mit 2 gest. Frontispices. 32 S.; 32 S. Buntpapierumschläge. 4°. In Art der Fassmannschen Totengespräche hier ein Gespräch zwischen Lebendigen, aber vom Thron verstoßenen: Stanislaus I. Leszczynski (1677-1766), der durch die Schweden 1704 zum König von Polen ernannt wurde, allerdings bereits 1709 den Thron durch die bei Poltawa siegreichen Russen wieder verlassen musste und James Francis Edward Stuart, genannt the Old Pretender (1688-1766), der seine Ansprüche gegen den ins Land geholten Georg I. von Hannover nicht durchsetzen konnte. - Titelblatt von Tl. 1 unten knapp beschnitten.

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      - Allegatio legalis canonica, theologica, politica et feudalis in tribus capitibus divisa. De iustitia belli indicti a ser: Regibus Catholico, Chriftianifsimo, & Sardo contra ser: Imperatorem Carloum VI ad tenorem declarationum ab ipfis met Ser: factorum.- S.L. S.F. (Fe de erratas fechada en Matriti 1734); en 4º plena tela época en brocado de seda, 22 h. 150 pp. 119 pp. Ejemplar raro, solo visto en la biblioteca de Toledo. Ejemplar que perteneció a la biblioteca del Duque de Medinaceli con exlibris del mismo. Tema España y relaciones con Cerdeña S. XVIII.

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        Sardiniae regnum et insula, uti per celeberr. P. CORONELLI Reip. Venetae Cosmogr. Secundum statum hodiernum?.

      Incisione in rame, 478x565, colorata d'epoca. Piccola pianta di Cagliari colorata in riquadro in basso a destra. Ottimo esemplare.

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        A Tale of a Tub : Written for the universal Improvement of Mankind. Diu multumque desideratum. To which is added, an account of a Battel between the Antient and Modern Books in St. Jame's Library

      Thomas Johnson 1734 A new Edition, with the Author's Apology, and Explanatory Notes, by W. Wotton B. D. & others, 1 vol. in-12 reliure plein veau blond de l'époque, dos lisse orné, toutes tranches dorées, triple file d'encadrement aux plats, coupes et chasses ornées, London [ Rotterdam, Thomas Johnson ], 1734, 2 ff., 292 pp. Agréable exemplaire (3 piqûres de vers en dos et mors en queue, bel exemplaire par ailleurs) Anglais

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      Edito nel 1734 in Dresdae e Lipsiae, in folio, legatura in piena pelle, dorso a nervi con fregi in oro, doppio tassello rosso al dorso con titoli, marca al frontespizio, frontali, finalini. Volume della trilogia de "Le euvres ohilosophiques et minerales" con 33 incisioni , alcune, ripiegate, mancano la 27 e la 29. Swedenborg (Stoccolma 1688-Londra 1772), scienziato, filosofo, mistico, chiarovvegente svedese. Ebbe una cariera prolifica come scienziato ed inventore , si occupò di chimica, anatomia, matematica, filosofia, si diceva parlasse fluentemente 11 lingue. Opera philosophica et Mineralia, di cui questo tomo fà parte è fra le più memorabili. Buon esemplare.

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      BRUYSET FRERESEdito nel 1734 a Lyon , In 8¯, legatura in piena pergamena, tassello al dorso con titoli in oro, tagli rossi, antiporta allegorica celebrativa delle Armi nobiliari della chiesa lionese, capilettera e alzatine, pagg. 8+298+29 con 32 tav. fuori testo di scudi araldici e molte altre inc. di simboli nobiliari. Un classico del blasonario universale con l'articolata composizione delle Armi Gentilizie distinte per specie forme, colori e simboli distintivi per casate nobili ecc. Buon esemplare.

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        Thesaurus morellianus, sive familiarum romanarum numismata omnia, diligentissime undique conquisita, ad ipsorum nummorum fidem accuratissime delineata, juxta ordinem Fulvii Ursini Caroli Patini disposita, a celeberrimo antiquario Andrea Morellio.Accedunt nummi miscellanei, urbis Romae, hispanici, Goltziani Dubiae fidei omnes. Nunc primum edidit Commentario perpetuo illustravit Sigebertus Havercampus. [[[]][[[]][[[]][]][]][[[]][[[]][[[]][]][]][[[]][[[]][[[]][]][]][[[]][]][]][[[]][]][]]Marca tipograf. incisa[[[]][[[]][[[]][]][]][[[]][]][]][[[]][]][]] Amstelaedami, Apud J. Wetstenium et Gul. Smith, mdccxxxiv. // Thesauri morelliani tomus secundus sive Sigeberti Havercampi Commentarius in familiarum Romanarum numismata omnia; nummos miscellaneos, urbis Romae, hispanicos, et Goltzianos Dubiae fidei omnes, diligentissime undique conquisita [[[]][[[]][[[]][]][]][[[]][[[]][[[]][]][]][[[]][[[]][[[]][]][]][[[]][]][]][[[]][]][]]...[[[]][[[]][[[]][]][]][[[]][]][]][[[]][]][]] a celeberrimo antiquario Andrea Morellio, id., id.

      Wetstein Jacob; Smith Willem 1734 2 voll. Fondamentale e raro repertorio numismatico del grande erudito ed antiquario Andreas Morel. Brunet, III 1899; Graesse, IV 606 Qualche difetto alle cerniere, evidenti bruniture su alcune pp., altrove più leggere, un foglio staccato. Frontespizio a caratteri rossi e neri, qualche pregevole testatina e capolettera. La copia censita in Sbn presenta differente paginazione: sembra che in fase di rilegatura nel nostro esemplare siano stati invertiti i frontespizi, e la conseguente indicazione sui dorsi; in effetti il vol. ii dovrebbe contenere le tavole e non il vol. i. Nonostante ciò la copia è in buono stato e assolutamente completa

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

      London: Printed, by order of the Lords Commissioners of Trade and Plantations, by John Baskett, Printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1734.. FIRST EDITION. Folio, pp. 15, [1], 24, [4], 25-231, [31], coat of arms on title-page, engr. vignette at head of leaf A1, woodcut on last leaf of index, two leaves in signature 2F misbound but signature complete, a couple of stains on the last leaf, with small piece torn from lower blank margin, some minor marks in the upper margins of last few leaves of the index, rebound quarter calf, marbled sides, red leather title label. [The table at the end gives the main subject headings for the laws, e.g.: Forts, fortifications...; Settling lands and settlers; Militia; Royal African Company; Servants; Ships, vessels, and seamen; Slaves and free negroes; Towns and harbours...; etc. etc. ] Sabin 10891, 12025. ESTC online locates 6 copies in the UK and 13 in North America.

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        Corporis humani anatomiae liber primus in quo tam veterum, quam recentiorum anatomicorum inventa, methodo nova, & intellectu facillima describuntur?

      NEAPOLI: (GESSARI), 1734. 1734 Neapoli: (Gessari), 1734. In-4 2 voll. (1) c. (di ritratto dell'autore) (16) 403 (40) c. (di tav.); XVI 348 (6 C.) di tav. Frontespizi con marca calcografica. Alcune testatine, capilettera e finalini incisi. Frontespizi stampati in nero e rosso. Ritratto dell'autore inciso da F. Sesoni. Cartoncino rustico muto a tre nervi. Errore diimpaginazione: la tavola I, al primo volume, è preposta in mezzo alla prefazione. Qualche arrossatura e macchia trascurabile. Sesta edizione accresciuta di tavole e testo. Ottimo esemplare. "Verheyen (Filippo): Dottore in medicina, Professore Regio in Anatomia, ed in Chirurgia, ed uno dei più cel. Anatomici del suo tempo: era figlio d'un contadino del villaggio di Verrebroacq. Lavorò la terra co' i suoi parenti fino all'età di ventidue anni quandoil Curato del luogo trovandolo dimolto spirito lo dirozzò, e gli procurò un luogo nel Collegio della Trinità di Lovanio. Verheyen vi fece tanti progressi che fu dichiarato il primo tra' suoi Condiscepoli. Divenne Professore in Anatomia, e in Chirurgia, e s'acquistò una gloria immortale. Morì in Lovanio add' 18 Febbraio 1710, in età di sessantadue anni. Abbiamo di lui un eccellente Trattato, de Corporis humani Anatomia,la seconda edizione del quale è di Bruxelles 1710, in 4-, un Trattato de Febribus, ed altre dotte Op." (p. 116, vol.7, "Dizionario storico portatile..." Ladvocat, Bassano Remondini 1790).

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      VENEZIA, APPRESSO ANGELO PASINELLI, 1734- IBIDEM - IBIDEM, 1735Ottime Piena pergamena ITALIANO Belle e solide legature coeve in piena pergamena

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      London. 1734.. [2],484,[2]pp. plus twenty-six plates. Folio. Contemporary calf, tooled in blind, rebacked, leather label. Extremities rubbed. Bookplate on front pastedown. Light to moderate foxing and soiling. Some leaves with repairs at edges, not affecting text. Still, a very good copy. First edition of this great classic of lowlife literature. This work incorporates portions of Alexander Smith's HISTORY OF THE LIVES OF...HIGHWAYMEN, as well as Johnson's A GENERAL HISTORY OF...PIRATES, published in 1724 (and not to be confused with this rarer work) Johnson's works are generally ascribed to Daniel Defoe, but this volume was published ten years after Defoe's death, and it is not recorded by Moore as a posthumous publication. Perhaps someone else took on the Charles Johnson pseudonym, or perhaps Johnson himself actually existed. The section on the lives of the pirates comprises pages 197-316 and includes chapters on Mary Read, Ann Bonny, Black Beard, Captain Avery, Henry Morgan, and many more. The work is of Americana interest in that some of the exploits took place in North America. The illustrations include depictions of John Falstaff, Captain Avery, and Black Beard. There is a wealth of stories of English highwaymen, robbers, cutpurses, and thugs. A must-have for collectors of outlaw and pirate literature. NMM 4:274. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 734/111. HILL 892. GOSSE, MY PIRATE COLLECTION, pp.48-49. ESTC T112552.

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        La parfaite connoissance des chevaux, leur anatomie, leur bonnes & mauvaises qualitez, leurs maladies & les remedes qui y conviennent.

      La Haye, Adrien Moetjens 1734. Frontispiece,(8),256,(8)pp. + 61 plates. Folio. Contemporary mottled calf. 40 x 26 cm. Title page and page 49-50 with mended tears, no text loss. Slightly worn binding

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        Matrikel öfwer Sweriges ridderskap och adel, hwilka uthaf siö-män hafwa theras uhrsprung.

      II. Förteckning uppå några swenska siö- och ammiralitets-herrar och officerare, the ther igenom lärdom/ och studier hafwa giordt sig bekanta. Hwar wid foges en tilökning af några andra märkwärdiga saker, thet kongl. swenska siöwesendet beträffande: ungdomen wid kongl. swenska ammiralitetet til wälment tienst uthgifne. Sthlm, J. L. Horrn, 1734. 4:o. (8),144,(4) s. Med träsnittsvinjett på s. 50. Häftad och oskuren i samtida ngt nött vackert klistermarmorerat omslag. Ryggen blekt och hårt nött. Småfläckar i innermarginalen på s. 78-86 och namnteckning i kulspets på främre omslagets insida. Bra ex. ur biblioteket på Bergshammar med rester av dess tryckta etikett på ryggen.. Warmholtz 7667. Ågren 765. Träsnittsvinjetten är signerad "B" och föreställer ett skepp i storm med mottot "sperandum et ferendum". Carl Nilsson Bechstadius kom från Kalmar till Uppsala 1706. Efter färdig utbildning fick han tjänsten som regementspräst i Karlskrona och förvärvade under tiden där omfattande kunskaper om den svenska sjökrigshistorien. "Then adelige/ och lärde swenske siö-man" är det första arbetet på området på svenska och en guldgruva av annars svåråtkomlig information. Kammarherren Johan Gabriel Sack (1697-1751) byggde tillsammans med sin fru Eva Bielke upp ett stort arkiv och bibliotek på sitt sörmländska gods Bergshammar. Han är begravd i Fogdö kyrka med en epitafium i stenstil författat av hans vän Carl Gustaf Tessin. Större delen av biblioteket förvärvades av Björck och Börjesson på 1930-talet. Böckerna var inte sällan i fint och orört skick, som här

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        Neu-entdeckte Heimligkeiten des Frauenzimmers. Bestehend in III. Theilen, Wovon der Erste eine vollkommene Beschreibung von Erzeugung der Menschen ... II. Auserlesene Curieuse Erörterte Medicinische und Physicalische Fragen ... III Von der Diæt rechten Gebrauch der Speise und Tranck, als von Garten-Früchte, Fleische, Vögeln, Fischen ...

      Fünfte Auflage. Ernst Ludwig Niedts seel. Wittwe, Franckfurth und Leipzig 1734. Titleleaf printed in black and red. 8vo. Engraving on frontispiece + (14)+619+(21) pages. Contemporary full vellum binding. Small inscription on the flyleaf. Very minor brownstaining throughout. A nice copy.. Highly popular study on women, and their behaviour, physiology, child birth and so forth by the German doctor Christoph Hellwig

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        Die Catholische Strassburger Bibel oder Heilige Schrift, Alten und Neuen Testamentsnach der gemeinen Lateinischen und von der heiligen Kirchen bewehrten übersetzung....

      Strasburg., Simon Kürtzer und Silberling., 1734. 36 x 26 cms, Das Alte Testament ; engr. frontispiece, + title in red and black, + dedicatio and approbatio (iv) pages, + register ( 44 ), + 1030 pages, + Das Neue Testament; ( 4 ) pages , with engr. title , leaf, + 266 pages. With 11 fullpage engraved plates. Upper margin 1/2 cms, brittle, espec. at the beginning. Some marginal stains, foxed. Contemp. blind tooled pigskin over wooden boards. Brass corners and centerpieces. Top of spine damaged. Clasps partly gone

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        Sardiniae Regnum et Insula uti per celeberr. P. Coronelli

      Norimberga, 1734 Splendida carta inc. in rame, fresca e nitida e impreziosita da superba coloritura dell'epoca. Misura mm.590x500 + ampi marg. bianchi. Tit. contenuto entro elaborato cartiglio, bordura perimetrale. In basso a des. piccolo riquadro con pianta della città di Cagliari a volo d'uccello. Perfetto stato, rara a trovarsi con così bella e vivace coloritura.

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        A Large Draught of the Coast of Arabia from Maculla to Dofar

      London: William Mount & Thomas Page, [1734]. Copper-engraved sea chart by Sutton Nichols, in excellent condition apart from a small expert repair to the lower right and left corners. 19 x 22 3/4 inches. A very fine sea chart of the coast of Yemen and Oman from the celebrated Third Book of 'The English Pilot' This very attractive sea chart depicts the coast of the Arabian Peninsula from Al Makullah in Yemen to Dhofar in Oman. The coastal view is bisected into two images, separated by a border formed by the elegant tendrils of a vine. The upper view depicts the southern, while the lower portrays the northern aspect of the coast. Prominent features of the desert coastline are depicted, while compass roses, from which radiate rhumb lines, decorate the seas. 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. Tibbetts, Arabia in Early Maps, 177; Cf. Phillips, Atlases, 4278-18; Verner & Skelton (eds.), John Thornton - The English Pilot: The Third Book (Facsimile 1703 edition)

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        Skrivelse undertecknad och daterad i Hasslöf den 15 juli 1773. 16,5x20 cm.

      (1) s. Har varit vikt. Fin handling ur autografsamlingen på Segersjö.. Begäran om att änkemannen Lars Svensson i Hasslövs socken ska få tillåtelse att ingå äktenskap med sitt syskonbarn. Med "syskonbarn" avsågs vid denna tid vanligtvis det som vi idag kallar "kusiner". I 1734 års lag stadgades att "syskonebarn" var tvungna att ansöka om tillstånd för att ingå äktenskap, en lag som upphävdes 1845. Linnélärjungen och Kinaresenären Pehr Osbeck (1723-1805) var från 1760 kyrkoherde i Hasslövs och Våxtorps socknar i Halland

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        The Koran Commonly Called The Alcoran of Mohammed

      Bath & London: S Hazard, 1179 The Koran Commonly Called The Alcoran of Mohammed Translated from the Original Arabic with Explanatory Notes Taken from the Most Approved Commentators to Which is Prefixed a Preliminary Discourse Vol Two. Volume 2 only, which is from Chapter 10 through to Chapter 114. [8], 519 pp, [1], [12] table of contents, some light browning to page edges. Refurbished by Delrue - new endpapers, new brown buckram binding with a red leather label with the title in real gold, silk sewn head bands, repaired bands, rounding and backing.Sale, orientalist, whose 1734 edition was the only one that was published during his lifetime, but the translation was reprinted in 1746, 1764, and many times afterward, most recently in 1984. See ODNB for a full Bio.

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        Le Guide, ou Nouvelle Description d'Amsterdam; enseignant aux Voyageurs, et aux Negocians, son origine, ses Agrandissemens et son Etat actuel

      Amsterdam: Héritiers de J. Ratelband & Compagnie, 1734. Very Good. Title page continued: "Sa splendeur, son commerce, & la description de ses edifices, ruës, ports, canaux, ponts, ecluses, &c. le depart des postes, des chariots, & des barques, &c. Avec Une Description de sa belle Maison de Ville, et de tout ce qu'elle renferme de courieux. Nouvelle edition, augmentée considerablement, et enrichie d'un grand nombre de tailles douces." [16], 359, [9] p., [28] leaves of plates (some folded); 16 cm. Signatures: *8 A-Z8 (8vo). Mottled calf with modern mottled calf rebacking; six spine compartments between raised bands. Gilt-tooled title on black leather label. Gilt-tooled board edges. All page edges speckled red. Front fixed endpaper bears bookplate of Franklin & Marshall College, stamped "Withdrawn." Remains of book pocket on back fixed endpaper. Faint imprint of book classification number in fifth spine compartment. Six-digit accession number stamped on title page verso. Woodcut headpieces, tailpieces, and initials. Includes index. Errata on final leaf recto. In Very Good Condition: edges are rubbed; original mottling process weakened the leather, resulting in loss of leather at lower corner of back board; pages are clean and tight; plates are crisp.

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        Curieuses Gespräche im Reiche der Lebendigen, zwischen Stanislao Leszinsky aus Pohlen ... und dem Welt-bekandten Prätendenten von Engelland oder Ritter von Sanct Georgen, Darinnen diese beyden Personen einander ihre sonderbahre Lebens-Geschichte ... erzehlen. Nebst denen Neuesten Nachrichten, so zu dieser Historia gehören. (UND:) Curieuses Gespräch Im Reiche der Lebendigen, Zwischen Stanislao Leszinsky ... Und Jacobo III, Oder dem sogenannten Prätendenten von England Worinnen bey Erzehlung der Lebens-Geschichte Stanislai die fatalen Begebenheiten der Stadt Dantzig, was sich nemlich vor, in, und nach deren Belagerung merckwürdiges ereignet, ausfürlich beschrieben. Anderer Theil

      Cölln, Marteau (fing.), 1734.. 2 Tle. in 2 Bänden. Mit 2 gest. Frontispices. 32 S.; 32 S. Buntpapierumschläge. 4°.

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        Memoires pour Servir a L'Histoire des Insectes

      L'Imprimerie Royale, Paris, 1734. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 5 volumes of 6 (lacking volume 5) in contemporary acid calf. Wear at corners, a few hinges cracked, but bindings sound and attractive. 1734-1742. 229 plates, most folding and quite clean, some mild offsetting onto the facing pages - occasional foxing and spotting, but a generally bright set. (4), 654; xlvi, (2), 514, (1); xl, 532; xxxiv, (2), 636; lxxx, 608. Member of the Royal Society (1738) and inventor of the Reamumur temperature scale, his work here on insects was his greatest accomplishment. It was later published in a duodecimo edition. Size: Quarto (4to). 5 volumes of the 6-volume set. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Science & Technology. Inventory No: 042408. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        A General History of the Lives and Adventures of the Most Famous Highwaymen, Murderers, Street-Robbers Etc. To Which is Added a Genuine Account of the Voyages and Plunders of the Most Notorious Pyrates

      London: J. Janeway, 1734. [4], 484pp, [2]. Later full straight-grain morocco, raised bands, spine in six panels, author / title to second panel, place / date to third, remaining panels with central lozenge made up of flowers and leafy stem tools with volute and flower head corner pieces, covers with a triple fillet and dog-tooth roll border with a large armorial centrepiece with thistles to head and tail, double fillet to edges, elaborate roll to inner dentelles, a.e.g., with silk endpapers embossed with lions rampant and thistles. Slightly rubbed to extremities, upper cover with a two inch scrape beneath the gilt centrepiece. Internally very lightly browned but generally bright and clean. Title in red and black, with twenty-five full page engravings. A sumptuous copy of this classic work, the leading source for all subsequent piratical literature, much copied and pirated. Johnson's identity is unknown, the work is often attributed to Daniel Defoe, see Moore's 'A Checklist of the Writings of Daniel Defoe', but Furbank and Owens 'de-attribute' it in their critique of Moore's checklist. The first edition in this format, (Johnson's 'Lives of the Pyrates' was first published a decade earlier), much of the material was taken from Smith's 'Live's of Noted Highwaymen, Robbers, Thieves and Pickpockets' (1714), to which was added the chapters on pirates. Uncommon, especially complete and in such wonderful condition. Moore 458; Furbank and Owens, pg 133; NMM IV:274. First Thus. Full Morocco. Very Good. Illus. by Basire, J.. Folio.

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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, ... dergestalt colligiret und abgefasset, daß bey nahe keine eintzige Materia in Berg- Schmeltz- und Hammerwercks-Sachen, vorfallen mag, So nicht unter einer Rubric, ... abgehandelt, und mit ... Berg-Ordnungen, ... 2. Aufl. Dresden und Leipzig, Zimmermanns Erben und Gerlach, 1734. 5 Bll., 438 S. 4°. Ldr. d. Zt. (berieben, ob. Kap. angeplatzt).

      Humpert 3816.- Eines der wichtigsten Werke des 18. Jahrhunderts zum Bergbau. Enthält 'über 200 bis dahin noch nicht erschienene Berg-Urteile, die von den Berg-Schöppenstühlen und Bergämtern gefällt wurden, und die von den Zeiten her, da man Rechtssprüche fast mehr als Gesetze achtete, großes Ansehen genossen' (Koch S. 113).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        A Map of the British Empire in America with the French and Spanish settlements adjacent thereto

      London: "Engrav'd by Willm. Henry Toms", [circa 1734]. Folio. ( 20 3/8 x 15 3/4 inches). Map engraved by William Henry Toms (with twenty-two integral inset views and plans), on 15 double-page and 5 single-page sheets, mounted on guards throughout, preceded by a folding double-page key map by Toms, with very fine full period hand-colouring throughout. Contemporary manuscript list of maps on front free endpaper with corresponding manuscript numbers in the top right corner of each map, two contemporary manuscript additions on sheet 6 at the entrance to Delaware Bay ("Cape May" and "Cape Hinlopen"). Contemporary English red morocco binding, the covers with elaborate border in gilt, built up from fillets, roll tools, and various small tools, expertly rebacked to style, spine in eight compartments with raised bands, overall repeat decoration composed of small tools in each compartment. A monument to the cartography of 18th- century America: a spectacular fully-coloured copy of the first large- scale map of North America, and the first printed map to show the thirteen colonies. Popple maps with full contemporary colour are exceedingly rare and exceptionally beautiful. The colouring allied with a contemporary English red morocco binding suggests that this copy was prepared for a high-status original owner. Popple produced this map under the auspices of the Lord Commissioners of Trade and Plantations to help settle disputes arising from the rival expansion of English, Spanish and French colonies. "France claimed not only Canada, but also territories drained by the Mississippi and it's tributaries - in practical terms, an area of half a continent" (Goss The Mapping Of North America p.122.) The present copy of Popple's map, with its full contemporary hand-colouring, would have been particularly useful in these disputes. Mark Babinski in his masterly monograph on this map notes that 'The typical coloring of fully colored copies ... is described best by a contemporary manuscript legend on the end-paper affixing the Key map to the binding in the King George III copy at the British Library: "Green - Indian Countrys. Red - English. Yellow - Spanish. Blue - French. Purple - Dutch." The careful demarcation of the disputed areas by colour would have made the identification of whether a particular location was in one or another 'zone' a great deal easier. Thus the colouring adds a whole new dimension to a map that is usually only seen in its uncoloured state, and perhaps suggests that the copies with full hand-colouring were, in general, originally produced for some official use to do with the international land disputes of the time. Benjamin Franklin, on May 22, 1746, ordered two copies of this map, "one bound, the other in sheets," for the Pennsylvania Assembly. It was the only map of sufficient size and grandeur available - and the map is on a grand scale: if actually assembled it would result in a rectangle over eight feet square. Its coverage extends from the Grand Banks off Newfoundland to about ten degrees west of Lake Superior, and from the Great Lakes to the north coast of South America. Several of the sections are illustrated with handsome pictorial insets, including views of New York City, Niagara Falls, Mexico City, and Quebec, and inset maps of Boston, Charles-Town, Providence, Bermuda, and a number of others. "Henry Popple...came from a family whose members had served the Board of Trade and Plantations for three generations, a connection that must have been a factor in his undertaking the map, his only known cartographic work" (McCorkle America Emergent 21.) Babinski has made a detailed study of the issues and states of the Popple map. This copy, however, is an unrecorded variant issue (though resembling in many respects Babinski's 4a) without the engraved "1" in the upper left corner of the first map, with Searle's name removed from the imprint on sheet 20, with the manuscript additions at the entrance to Delaware Bay on sheet six, sheet 10 without the Georgia overslip or manuscript additions, etc. The key map is in Babinski's state 1, with only Toms' name below the border at the bottom and no additional place names in the 17 small insets. Mark Babinski Henry Popple's 1733 map (New Jersey, 1998) (ref); Brown Early Maps of the Ohio Valley 14; cf. Cumming The Southeast in Early Maps 216, 217; Degrees of Latitude 24, state 4; E. McSherry Fowble Two Centuries of Prints in America 1680-1880 (1987), 6, 7; cf. John Goss The Mapping of North America (1990) 55 (key map only); Graff 3322; Howes P481, "b"; Lowery 337 & 338; McCorkle America Emergent 21; Phillips Maps p.569; Sabin 64140; Schwartz & Ehrenberg p.151; Streeter Sale 676; Stephenson & McKee Virginia in Maps, map II-18A-B.

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        Les avantures de telemaque fils d'ulysse... nouvelle edition conforme au manuscrit original. a amsterdam (et rotterdam), chez wetstein - hofhout, 1734.

      Cm. 29, pp. (8) x, xxvii (1) 424. Ritratto ed antiporta figurata, frontespizio in rosso e nero con incisione centrale, 25 tavole fuori testo e 43 grandi vignette in luogo di testate e finalini. Il tutto finemente inciso in rame da Picart, Dubourg e Debrie. Legatura coeva in piena pelle, dorso rifatto nello stile dell'epoca. Tagli rossi. Ex libris nobiliare inciso. Uno strappetto ricongiunto ad una tavola. Ben conservato. Splendida edizione con illustrazioni che riflettono appieno il gusto barocco del tempo. Le bibliografie la definiscono come una delle produzioni tipografiche più eleganti d'inizio '700.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Les Avantures de Telemaque, Fils D´Ulysse.

      Par feu Messire Francois de Salignac, de la Mothe Fenelon, Précepteur de Messeigneurs les Enfans de France, & depuis Archevêque-Duc de Cambray, Prince du Saint Empire. Nouvelle edition, Conforme au Manuscript original, Et enrichie de Figures en taille-douce. A Amsterdam Chez J. Wetstein & G. Smith, & Zacharie Chatelain. A Rotterdam Chez Jean Hofhout 1734. 4:o. Portrait engraved by Drevet drawn by Picart, engraved frontispiece by Picart, engraved vignette on title, 24 engraved plates by Debrie, Dubourg and Picart, 24 engraved head-pieces by Dubourg, and 21 engraved tail-pieces by Debrie and Dubourg (2 wood engraved), engraved folding map (Carte des voyages de Telemaque. Selon Monsr Fenelon par le Sr Rousser. Engraved by Broen). (4),X,XVII,(1),424 pp. Later full mottled calf, spine richly gilt in compartments. Boards with gilt frames. Inner dentelles gilt. Gilt edges on boards. Red colored edges. Some rubbing to outer joints. (G. Hedberg. Kungl. Hofbokb. Stockholm). Ex libris Dr. Helmer Key. Signature B Dockray Feb 4 1843 on verso front free end-paper. Pages without printed pagination these have been paginated in ink by neat contemporary hand. 29 x 24 cm.. A very clean nice copy. No foxing. Cohen-De Ricci 381-382. Graesse 564

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        LA PARFAITE CONNOISSANCE DES CHEVAUX. Leur anatomie, leurs bonnes & mauvaises qualitez, leurs maladies & les remedes qui y conviennent... pratiquée, continuée, & donnée au Public par son Fils, Gaspard de Saunier.

      In-folio (mm. 490x290), cartonato coevo (dorso rifatto), pp. (10),256,(8), incluso il pregevole ritratto di Gaspard de Saunier; bella vignetta al frontesp. con tit. in rosso e nero e grande vignetta alle armi, alla dedica, disegnati e finemente inc. in rame da D. Coster. Il vol. e' molto ben illustrato da 61 tavv. (anche con numer. figg.), inc. in rame da Bleyswick, La Cave et Creite: vi sono rappresentati cavalli con l'indicazione delle varie malattie, cavalli scorticati per la loro illustraz. anatomica, organi, ossa; 5 tavv. sono dedicate ai ferri ed agli attrezzi del maniscalco fra cui una curiosa "moule pour tailler les grandes oreilles et les rendre petites en leur naturel". Sotto a ciasc. tav. è incisa la frase "dessiné dappré natture" ma per lo più sono state copiate dall'opera del Ruini "Dell'Anatomia del cavallo" ( E.O. 1598). "Prima edizione" di questa celebre opera, importante monografia anatomica e di medicina veterinaria. Fu tradotta in tedesco nel 1767 ed in inglese nel 1769. Cfr. Mennessier,II, p. 489: "Ecuyers et hippiatres français: Jean de Saunier, Inspecteur de la Grande Ecurie du Roi de France (né à une date inconnue, mort dans les premières années du XVIII siècle). Gaspard, son fils, (1663-1748) ecuyer de l'Académie de l'Université à Leide" - Wells,6664 - Brunet,V,149 - Cohen, p. 940 - Lewine, p. 497. Fresco esemplare con barbe, ben conservato.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi]
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