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         Différents sujets de marine. Paris, Auguste Jean, [ca. 1830?]. Oblong 8vo and large 12mo (16 x 24 cm). With 144 engraved plates (plate size ca. 6 x 6 to ca. 10 x 12 cm), numbered as 12 series of 12, plate 1 of part 1 serving as engraved title-page. Unbound, as issued, in a modern half cloth clamshell box.

      - Auffret, pp. 132-138 (143 plates); Cohen-De Ricci, col. 777 (116 plates); KVK/WorldCat (1 copy of part 1); Polak 7253 & 10708 (138 plates). Very rare complete print series of boats and ships, published in 12 parts, each part consisting of 12 engravings. Drawn by Jeanne-Francoise Ozanne (1735-1795) and Pierre Ozanne (1737-1813), brother and sister from the well-known Ozanne-family of naval artists. The prints all illustrate single ships, except those in the last part depicting ships in different settings. Including 2 series with "Diverses Manoeuvres de barques et batteaux" (parts 1-2), 6 "Cahiers de vaisseaux dessinés par Ozanne" (parts 3-6 & 10-11), 3 "Mélanges de vaisseaux" (parts 7-9) and 1 "Différents petits bâtiments" (part 12). Parts 10-12 differ from the titles noted in Polak (7253), but part 10 matches the description in the supplement (Polak 10708). The first leaf slightly soiled. A very good copy of a rare print series by Ozanne.

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         Historia Almi Ferrariae Gymnasii In duas partes divisa, Eminentiss. Reverendiss. Principi D. Thomae Rufo S.R.E. Cardinali Praenestino Episcopo, ac Archiepiscopo Ferrariensi, Pars Prima

      Typis Bernardini Pomatelli, 1735. in 4° (cm 29,5x21), pp. 22 nn., 641, 1 nn.; cartonato rustico coevo con tit. manoscritti su tassello al ds. (rifatto), grande antip. allegorico inciso in rame da Andrea Bolzoni su dis. di Giovanni Braccioli, raffigurante il ritratto del Cardinale Rufo in ovale mentre viene dipinto da una figura femminile; vignetta in rame al front. ed altre 4 grandi vignette all'inizio di ciascuna parte del vol.; 4 grandi finalini e 4 grandi capil.; con 3 tavv. f.t. tra cui 2 piante della città di Ferrara ripiegate, 3 inc. n.t. Prima edizione di questa importante storia della università e dei docenti di Ferrara, con notizie artistiche e letterarie, scritta dall'illustre letterato e giurista ferrarese; ottimo esemplare freschissimo e quasi completamente intonso; piccola mancanza all'ultima c. Raro. 323/34

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         Hipalque, Prince Scithe. Histoire Merveilleuse. Paris, Chez Noel Pissot, 1727. RELIE AVEC (à la suite): 2). [ MOUHY (Chevalier Charles de Fieux de) ]. Lettre d'un Jeune Officier à Monsieur de V . En date du vingt-quatre Mars 1735. A Paris, chez Prault, 1735. 3). [ PIC (Jean) ]. Le Songe d'Alcibiade, traduit du Grec. A Paris, chez Didot, 1735. 4). [ MOUHY (Chevalier Charles de Fieux de) ]. Démeslé survenu à la sortie de l'Opéra, entre le Paysan Parvenu et la Paysanne Parvenue. Imprimé à Nancy, et se vend à Paris, 1735.

      - Ensemble 4 ouvrages en 1 volume in-12. 1). 2ff. 107pp. 2ff. 2). 1f. XXII. 28pp. 3). 117pp. 1f. 4). 40pp. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (reliure de l'époque). Intéressant recueil de littérature du 18e siècle juxtaposant un conte de fées, un roman philosophique qui fut un temps atttribué à Montesquieu, et deux opuscules du chevalier de Mouhy, une figure singulière du monde des lettres de son époque. 1). Edition Originale de ce conte de fées dédié à la Reine d'Espagne Louise-Elisabeth de Bourbon, qui n'avait à l'époque que dix-sept ans. L'intrigue se déroule en Asie sur le mont Imaüs (l'Himalaya), à l'époque de l'empire Persan, et met notamment en scène une fée et un char volant. 2). Edition Originale. Rare brochure adressée à Voltaire par le chevalier de Mouhy, contenant un saisissant portrait des classes sociales de son époque, avec une violente critique de la petite Bourgeoisie. L'année suivante l'auteur rentra au service du célèbre philosophe dont il fut parfois le prête-nom. 3). Edition Originale de ce petit roman philosophique qui fut parfois attrribué à Montesquieu. "Il cache la morale la plus pure sous le voile transparent de l'Allégorie. ( ) L'auteur ennoblit les sujets les plus vils dans le tableau qu'il trace des Tuileries, entr'autres, des pièges que la volupté ou plutôt le vice y tend à la vertu" (Fréron). 4). Edition Originale. Très rare brochure probablement publiée par le chevalier de Mouhy pour assurer la promotion de sa Paysanne Parvenue, parue la même année. 1). Quérard, IV. 591. Cioranescu, II, 1039. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         La Statique des Végétaux et l'Analyse de l'Air. Expériences Nouvelles lues à la Société Royale de Londres.

      Paris, chez Debure l'Aîné, 1735. - in-4. XVIII. 4ff.n.ch. 408pp. 1f. Pleine basane, dos à nerfs orné (Reliure de l'époque). Première Edition Française de la traduction de cet ouvrage du chimiste et naturaliste anglais Stephen Hales (1677-1761). Elle est due à Buffon dont c'est le premier ouvrage et contient une importante préface écrite par le grand naturaliste pour cette traduction. "L'Anglais Stephen Hales dans sa "Statique des végétaux", traduite en français par Buffon en 1735 réalisa. une série d'expériences cruciales, montrant en particulier le rôle capital que joue la transpiration des feuilles.". (Daumas, Hist. de la Science, 1190). 20 planches sur 10 feuilles dépliantes hors texte. Bon exemplaire.

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         Corpus Juris Civilis academicum, in suas [duas!] partes distributum, usuique moderno ita accommodatum

      Coloniae Munatianae, [Basel], E. & J. R. Thurnisiorum 1735.. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. 4°. 1 Bl., 1535, 1278 Spalten. Tit. in Rot u. Schwarz m. gest. Titelvign. Ldr. d. Zt. auf 5 Bünden m. Blindprägung. Alter Namenstempel am Tit. Jöcher II, 740 - Nachdruck der Prager Erstausgabe von 1728. - Freiesleben (gest. ca. 1733) war Sachsen-Gothaischer Kammer- und Bergrat von Altenburg. "Ihrerzeit beliebte und häufig nachgedruckte Handausgabe" (ADB).

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         Des fürtrefflichen jüdischen Geschicht=Schreibers Flavii Josephi. Sämmtliche Werke, als zwantzig Bücher von den alten Jüdischen Geschichten, Eins von seinem Leben, Zwei von dem alten herkommen der Juden wider Apionem Grammaticum und Eines von dem Märthyrer Tode der Maccabäer nebst dem Ueberbleibsel Der Rede Josephi an die Griechen von dem Ort, wo sich die abgeschiedene Seele aufhalten/ und der Auferstehung der Todten. Hierzu kommen ferner dessen Sieben Bücher von dem Krieg der Juden mit den Römern und Egesippi Fünf Bücher von der Zerstörung der Stadt Jerusalem, Alles nach dem Grund-Text mit besonderem Fleiß übersehen und neu übersetzt, Auch über dieses mit einer nöthigen Einleitung in die Wercke Josephi, Ingleichem Mit Summarien/Biblischen

      Tübingen: Johann Georg Cotta 1735 - GLDr. der Zeit auf 7 Bünde und mit 2 Rückenschildern; [10], 3-736 S.; [2], 3-178 Seiten, 34 Seiten, 2°, Schwarz-rot gedruckter Titel, zweispaltiger Satz, beide Einbände etwas berieben, abgegriffen; Kanten und Ecken leicht beschabt, erster Band leicht gelockert, Vorberichtslage und S. 71-78 gelöst und an den Rändern etwas eingerissen, Titelblatt leicht verdrückt. Beide Kapitale beim ersten Band ein wenig beschädigt, beim Kopfkapital mit Verlust eingerissen; beim zweiter Band Kopfkapital auch eingerissen. Titelblätter mit handgeschriebenen Besitzerinitialen versehen. Seiten durchg. ganz leicht altersgebräunt/fleckig, stellenweise bekritzelt, sonst guter Zustand. Book Language/s: de

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         Nova Maris Caspii et Regionis Usbeck.

      Artist: Homann Erben (d) ; date: (d)1735 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 49 x 58; - description: Map shows the Caspian sea and Usbekistan with its neighbour countries; - vita of the artist: Johann Babtiste Homann (1664-1724) was born in Oberkammlach, the Electorate of Bavaria. Although educated at a Jesuit school, and preparing for an ecclesiastical career, he eventually converted to Protestantism and from 1687 worked as a civil law notary in Nuremberg. He soon turned to engraving and cartography; in 1702 he founded his own publishing house.Homann acquired renown as a leading German cartographer, and in 1715 was appointed Imperial Geographer by Emperor Charles VI. Giving such privileges to individuals was an added right that the Holy Roman Emperor enjoyed. In the same year he was also named a member of the Prussian Academy of Sciences in Berlin. Of particular significance to cartography were the imperial printing privileges (Latin: privilegia impressoria). These protected for a time the authors in all scientific fields such as printers, copper engravers, map makers and publishers. They were also very important as a recommendation for potential customers.In 1716 Homann published his masterpiece Grosser Atlas ueber die ganze Welt (Grand Atlas of all the World). Numerous maps were drawn up in cooperation with the engraver Christoph Weigel the Elder, who also published Siebmachers Wappenbuch.Homann died in Nuremberg. He was succeeded by the Homann heirs company, which was in business until 1848. The company was known as Homann Erben, Homanniani Heredes, or Heritiers de Homann abroad.

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         Herrn Georgii von Welling Opus Mago-Cabbalisticum et Theosophicum. Darinnen der Ursprung, Natur, Eigenschafften und Gebrauch, Des Saltzes, Schwefels Und Mercurii, In dreyen Theilen beschrieben, und nebst sehr vielen sonderbahren mathematischen, theosophischen, magischen und mystischen Materien, Auch die Erzeugung der Metallen und Mineralien, aus dem Grunde der Natur erwiesen wird; Samt dem Haupt-Schlüssel des gantzen Wercks, Und vielen curieusen Mago-Cabbalistischen Figuren. Deme noch beygefüget: Ein Tractätlein von der Göttlichen Weißheit; Und ein besonderer Anhang, etlicher sehr rar- und kostbahrer Chymischer Piecen. Nunmehro das erstemahl also zusammen zum Druck befördert von einem Liebhaber Göttlicher und Natürlicher Geheimnüsse. [Erste

      Homburg vor der Höhe, Gedruckt bey Joh. Phillip Helwig, 1735. - 4 Bll. (Titel in rot/schwarz), 582 S., 11 Bll. (Register), mit 15 eingefalt. Kupfertaf. (eine mehrfach), Gr.-8°, Blindgepr. Leder d. Zt. mit fünf Bünden Ferguson II, 543; Erste vollständige Ausgabe, die unter dem Namen des Verfassers erschien (wiederholt 1760 u. 1784 aufgelegt. Vgl. Caillet 11398/99). Nur der zweite Teil ist mit den Auflagen von 1719 (mit Monogramm) u. 1729 (unter "Sallwigt") identisch. - Vgl. zu anderen Ausg.: Rosenthal 904; Ackermann IV/629: "Es ist (aus 'Dichtung und Wahrheit', Buch 8) bekannt, daß der junge Goethe mit Fräulein von Klettenberg das Buch studierte"; Kopp II, 239-246: "Dieses Werk schrieb er offenbar nach innerster Überzeugung, dasselbe ist kein Speculations-Fabrikat, wie es so viele auf Geheimwissen und namentlich auf die Alchemie bezüglicher Schriften jener Zeit waren. Aber sein durchaus mystischer Inhalt ist höchst unklar [.] Ich erinnere mich für keine vor dem Welling'schen Werk erschienene alchemistische Schrift, daß in ihr 'die feurigen Wasser' unter Beilegung einer solchen Bedeutsamkeit vergeführt wären. Aber in später veröffentlichten alchemistischen Büchern sind sie als etwas für die Hermetische Kunst besonders Wichtiges behandelt." (siehe: Ketmia Vere "Compaß der Weisen") - Nach Karl R.H. Frick (Die Erleuchteten, S.54) wurde das "Opus Mago-Cabbalisticum et Theologicum (sic!)" zu einem der wichtigsten Lehrbücher der Gold- und Rosenkreuzer. - Die Kupfertafeln zeigen geometrische Figuren, kabbalistische Symbole u. versch. schematische Darstellungen der geistigen Spähren. - Einband bestoßen u. beschabt; oberes Kapital leicht angerissen; Rückendeckel an einer Ecke mit Wurmfraß-Spuren; die eingefalteten Taf. tlw. am Rand leicht angeknickt; Seiten durchgehend gebräunt u. tlw. leicht fleckig, sonst ein gutes Expl.

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         Ambraßische Helden-Rüst-Kammer: welche von Ferdinanden, Ertzhertzogen zu Oesterreich, herrlich angerichtet, von Jacob Schrencken von Notzing in Lateinischer Sprache, von Johann Engelberten Noyse von Campenhouten aber in Teutscher Ubersetzung historisch beschrieben, und in wiederholter Ausgabe erneuert worden von Johann David Köhlern.

       Nürnberg, Weigel 1735. 4°. 19 Bll., 448 S., 8 Bll. Mit Frontisp., gest. Titelvign., gr. Textkupfer (Ansicht v. Schloß Ambrass u. 125 Kupfertaf. Ldr. d. Zt. Berieb. Durchgeh. Wasserrand.vgl. Graesse VI/1, 317 (lat. Ausgabe aus demselben Jahr); Vinet 2046 - Verkleinerte Nachstich der Ausgabe von 1603. Die kräftig abgedruckten Kupfertaf. zeigen europäische Fürsten in ihren Prachtrüstungen. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Geschiche, Militaria

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         THE MECHANICAL PRACTICE OF PHYSICK: IN WHICH THE SPECIFICK METHOD IS EXAMIN'D AND EXPLODED; AND THE BELLINIAN HYPOTHESIS OF ANIMAL SECRETION AND MUSCULAR MOTION, CONSIDER'D AND REFUTED, WITH SOME OCCASIONAL REMARKS AND SCHOLIA ON DR. LOBB'S TREATISE OF THE SMALL POX, DR. ROBINSON ON THE ANIMAL OECONOMY, AND PROFESSOR BOERHAAVE'S ACCOUNT OF THE ANIMAL SPIRITS AND MUSCULAR MOTION. THEIR ORIGIN AND PRESENT CONDITION

      LONDON 1735 - FIRST EDITION, 8vo (17.5 cm), viii, 307pp (1) blank. Full contemporary polished calf. woodcut head- and tail-pieces and decorative initials. CONDITION: VERY GOOD. Binding sound. Excellent condition throughout. Original endpapers intact. No previous names. Open tear to S5, with no loss to text. An excellent copy of this scarce work in contemporary calf. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         An Epistle from Mr. Pope, to Dr. Arbuthnot

      J. Wright for Lawton Gilliver, London 1735 - First edition. [iv], 30 (i.e., 20) pp. Folio. Pope's celebrated poem in justification of his life and writings, published 2 January 1735, just eight weeks before the death of Arbuthnot on 27 February. The poem includes two of Pope's most vicious satires, his "Atticus Portrait" of Addison, and "Sporus Portrait" of Lord Hervey. Foxon P802; Griffith 352; Rothschild 1623. Provenance: Archibald Utterson (armorial bookplate, transferred); Louis & Anne Marie Davidson (bookplate) Modern half calf and marbled boards. Title foxed, some light soiling throughout [Attributes: First Edition]

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         The Peerage of England; A Supplement to the Four Volumes of the Peerage of England

      London: Vols. I to 3 published by R. Gosling and T. Wotton, and W. Innys and R. Manby; others published by W. Innys et al, 1735-56. Vol. 4 is a Third Edition. Leatherbound. Very good. 7 vols.: [10], 16, 514, [20]; [4], 20, 432, [8]; [10], 21-40, 433-820, [43]; xvi, 41, 530, [30], [6]; 514, [4]; viii, [14], 398, [16]; [5], 400-820, [16] p. 20 cm. First 4 books dated 1735. 5th dated 1756 and last 2 dated 1750. 134 p. of engraved plates showing coats of arms. Full leather with raised bands, gilt impressing to spines, burgundy spine labels. Black and red titles. Some head pieces. Books are Vol. I, Vol. 2 Part I, Vol. 2 Part 2, Vol. 3, Vol. 4, Supplement Vol. 1 & Supplement Vol. 2. Spines labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5 & 6. Repairs to hinges, corners, and spine ends, gilt wearing thin, repair to vertical crack in spine of vol. 5. Repair to chipped label on Vol. 2 Part I. New labels to Vol. 2 Part 2 and to Vol. 4. Bookplates for Francis, Earl of Effingham, on front pastedowns of first 4 books and on 2nd supplement volume. Bookplate of Percival Hart Dyke on front pastedown of Vol. 4. Hinges repaired internally. Dampstains to Vol. I and Vol. 2 Part I, as well as rear of Vol. 3. Ink inscription on rear of Vol. 4's title page and ink spot on text block edge. Title of the first part continues: "Containing A Genealogical and Historical Account Of all the Peers of England, Now existing, either by tenure, Summons or Creation: Their Descents and Collateral Lines: Their Births, Marriages, and Issues: Famous Actions both in War and Peace: Religious and Charitable Donations: Deaths, Places of Burial, Monuments, Epitaphs And many valuable Memoirs never before printed. Also Their Paternal Coats of Arms, Crests, and Supporters, curiously engraven on Copper Plates. Collected from Records, Old Wills, Authentick Manuscripts, our most approv'd Historians, and other Authorities." Title of the second part continues: "Containing A Succession of the Peers from 1740; with Accounts of those that have been promoted to higher Titles. And a Genealogical History of all the Families since advances to the Peerage of this Kingdom. Their Births, Marriages, and Issues; Places of Burial, and Epitaphs: With Memoirs of their famous Actions, and Employments, both in War and Peace, never before printed. Also, Their Paternal Coats of Arms, Crests, and Supporters, curiously engraven on Copper Plates. Collected from Records, authentick Manuscripts, our most approved Historians, and other Authorities. In Two Volumes. The first edition of this work was published in 1709. Later editions benefited from the earlier work of Sir William Dugdale whose Baronage of England had been published in 1675. At some point Collins acquired a manuscript of Dugdale's work, owned by Gregory King, Lancaster herald, with his own notes. Collins' work became the basis for Sir Egerton Brydges' edition of the peerage published in 1812 and later for Cockayne's Complete Peerage of 1887-98."

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         Ambraßische Helden-Rüst-Kammer: welche von Ferdinanden, Ertzhertzogen zu Oesterreich, herrlich angerichtet, von Jacob Schrencken von Notzing in Lateinischer Sprache, von Johann Engelberten Noyse von Campenhouten aber in Teutscher Ubersetzung historisch beschrieben, und in wiederholter Ausgabe erneuert worden von Johann David Köhlern.

      Nürnberg, Weigel 1735.. 4°. 19 Bll., 448 S., 8 Bll. Mit Frontisp., gest. Titelvign., gr. Textkupfer (Ansicht v. Schloß Ambrass u. 125 Kupfertaf. Ldr. d. Zt. Berieb. Durchgeh. Wasserrand. vgl. Graesse VI/1, 317 (lat. Ausgabe aus demselben Jahr); Vinet 2046 - Verkleinerte Nachstich der Ausgabe von 1603. Die kräftig abgedruckten Kupfertaf. zeigen europäische Fürsten in ihren Prachtrüstungen.

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         Historia de los muy Nobles y Valientes Cavalleros Oliveros de Castilla y Artus de Algarve. Y de sus maravillosas hazanas

      Madrid, A costa de Don Pedro Joseph Alonso y Padilla, Librero de Camara de S.M. sin fecha (siglo XVIII). - in-12. 2ff. 219pp. Parchemin de l'époque, titre manuscrit au dos. Edition imprimée dans la seconde moitié du XVIIIs. à partir de celle de Madrid de 1735, publiée par le même éditeur. Palau qualifie celle-ci de "recomendable" et souligne qu'elle fut le modèle des éditions ultérieures du XVIII et XIXs. Ce roman de chevalerie parut pour la première fois à Genève en 1482. Palau, 200861.

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         Holograph Document Signed by Christopher Fell and Simon Johnson, Aldermen of New York City, 1735

      New York, 1735. Very Good. Approximately 7.75" x 6.75". Old folds, small glassine repair and docketed on the verso, a little age-toning, very good. A deposition given by Simon Johnson, in the Mayor's Court, taken before Christopher Fell, dated June 3, 1735, and Signed by both. Johnson, apparently in an attempt to keep a debtor from absconding, states that the debtor, John Remorse(?) "...informed him the deponent that the said John was going Beyond Sea in a short time and further this depon't Saith not."Both Fell and Johnson (Fell's occupation was listed as "Bolter," presumably a maker of bolts and bars; Johnson's as "Gentleman"), were elected, along with a slate of mostly workingmen, a couple of months earlier in repudiation of Colonial Governor Cosby's more well-to-do candidates, in part assisted by the anti-Cosby editorials of The New York Weekly Journal, a newspaper published by John Peter Zenger. When the Alderman refused to command the hangman to burn Zenger's Journal because of its satirical articles and japes against Cosby, Zenger was put on trial, and ultimately acquitted, in an extraordinarily important reaffirmation of the freedom of the press.It was assigned to Fell and Johnson (with a third Alderman, Stephen Bayard), to award Zenger's Philadelphia attorney Andrew Hamilton, Esq., the Freedom of the City of New York for his part in securing Zenger's acquittal, expressing a: "... grateful Sense of the remarkable Service, done to the Inhabitants of this City and Colony, by Andrew Hamilton Esq of Pennsilvania, Barrister at Law by his Learned and generous Defence of the Rights of Mankind, and the Liberty of the Press, in the Case of John Peter Zenger... ."A nice artifact of two New York City officials involved in the Zenger Trial.

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         Historia Almi Ferrariae Gymnasii in duas partes divisa.

      Ferrara, typis Bernardini Pomatelli, 1735, due volumi in-4to legature coeve in piena pergamena con titoli manoscritti ai dorsi, pp. (22)-461 + (18)-534 con due belle antiporte incise in rame (da A. Bolzoni su disegno di G. Braccioli, con personaggi allegorici e ritratto del dedicatario, il cardinal Tommaso Ruffo) due frontespizi con incisione allegorica ( le personificazioni di Ferrara e del Po) numerose vignette con funzione di testatina, rappresentanti vedute e edifici cittadini; finalini con emblemi allegorici, oltre ad alcune piccole illustrazioni nel testo riproducenti medaglie, sigilli e iscrizioni, il tutto inciso su rame. Nel primo volume sono presenti 3 tavole fuori testo incise in rame, di cui 2 ripiegate: Pianta di Ferrara come si presentava nel 1362, uno spaccato della cattedrale (ancora con l'antico aspetto gotico), e un monumento in onore di Ludovico Ariosto. i copia in ottimo stato di conservazione.

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         Antique Map-UZBEKISTAN-PERSIA-IRAN-CASPIAN SEA-RUSSIA-Homann Heirs-c. 1735

      - Antique Map, titled: 'Nova Maris Caspii et Regions Usbeck ( ).' - Detailed map of Central Asia centered on the Caspian Sea, showing Uzbekistan to the east of the Caspian sea and northern Persia. The finely engraved, hand colored title cartouche decorates the map which identifies towns such as Astrakan, Eriwan, Isphahan, Samarkand, and Cabul, and shows trade routes. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with 20 maps. Condition: Good, given age. Damp stained bottom left and right. Two small tears bottom edge. Light staining and soiling in the margins. A few small spots. Some minor crinkles. Original middle fold as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-P2-05 ISCRA The overall size is ca. 24.8 x 21.1 inch. The image size is ca. 23.1 x 19.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 63 x 53.6 cm. The image size is ca. 58.8 x 49 cm.

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         Holograph Document Signed by Christopher Fell and Simon Johnson, Aldermen of New York City, 1735

      New York 1735 - Approximately 7.75" x 6.75". Old folds, small glassine repair and docketed on the verso, a little age-toning, very good. A deposition given by Simon Johnson, in the Mayor's Court, taken before Christopher Fell, dated June 3, 1735, and Signed by both. Johnson, apparently in an attempt to keep a debtor from absconding, states that the debtor, John Remorse(?) ".informed him the deponent that the said John was going Beyond Sea in a short time and further this depon't Saith not."Both Fell and Johnson (Fell's occupation was listed as "Bolter," presumably a maker of bolts and bars; Johnson's as "Gentleman"), were elected, along with a slate of mostly workingmen, a couple of months earlier in repudiation of Colonial Governor Cosby's more well-to-do candidates, in part assisted by the anti-Cosby editorials of The New York Weekly Journal, a newspaper published by John Peter Zenger. When the Alderman refused to command the hangman to burn Zenger's Journal because of its satirical articles and japes against Cosby, Zenger was put on trial, and ultimately acquitted, in an extraordinarily important reaffirmation of the freedom of the press.It was assigned to Fell and Johnson (with a third Alderman, Stephen Bayard), to award Zenger's Philadelphia attorney Andrew Hamilton, Esq., the Freedom of the City of New York for his part in securing Zenger's acquittal, expressing a: ". grateful Sense of the remarkable Service, done to the Inhabitants of this City and Colony, by Andrew Hamilton Esq of Pennsilvania, Barrister at Law by his Learned and generous Defence of the Rights of Mankind, and the Liberty of the Press, in the Case of John Peter Zenger. ."A nice artifact of two New York City officials involved in the Zenger Trial. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         A Natural History of English Insects.

      1735 1735 - Illustrated with A Hundred Copper Plates, curiously Engraven from the Life: And exactly Coloured by the Author Eleazar Albin, Painter. To which are added, Large Notes, and many Curious Observations. By W. Derham. London: Innys and Mansby 1735. With engraved title-vignette and 100 handcoloured copperplates. [12] + [100] + [30] pp. + plates. Clean and well-preserved copy on strong paper and with wide margin bound in a little worn and nicely restored contemporary full leatherbinding with coloured label and richly gilt on spine and boards. * Eleazar Albin was a naturalist and watercolour painter, the first of the great entomological book illustrators of the 18th century. The attractive plates, which were hand-coloured by the author on request, illustrate mostly butterflies and moths and their larvae on food-plants.First edition was published 1720. Nissen ZBI 58. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Antique Map-ITALY-DUCHY OF MILAN-LAGO MAGGIORE-Homann Heirs-c.1735

      - Antique Map, titled: 'Ducatus Mediolani una cum Confinys accurata Tabula exhibitus auctus et emendatus Per Joh. Bapt. Homannum.' - Detailed map of the Duchy of Milan. The map also shows the regions Lago Maggiore, Lago Como and Lago Garda. Other major cities depicted are Genova, Mantova, Modena, Verona, Trient, Cremona, Parma, Placenza and Pavia. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with 20 maps. Condition: Good, given age. Damp stained at the top, not affecting image. Some staining and light soiling in the margins. Vertical crease right of middle fold. A few small spots. Original middle fold as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B11-23 ISCRA The overall size is ca. 25.2 x 21.1 inch. The image size is ca. 23 x 18.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 64 x 53.5 cm. The image size is ca. 58.5 x 47.2 cm.

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         L’Histoire Justifiée contre les Romans.

      A Amsterdam, aux dépens de la Compagnie, 1735. - in-12. 4ff. 362pp. (1f.blanc). Demi-maroquin vert à coins, dos à nerfs orné, filets dorés sur les plats (reliure du 19e siècle, légers défauts aux mors). Edition Originale rare de cet ouvrage curieux, composé par Lenglet du Fresnoy pour réfuter son propre traité 'De l'Usage des Romans' qu'il avait publié l'année précédente, sous le pseudonyme de Gordon de Percel. L'avertissement de l'auteur, où il déclare très sérieusement n'avoir jamais éprouvé de goût pour les romans, et où il s'en prend (poliment) à l'auteur de l'ouvrage incriminé, est un véritable petit chef d’œuvre de feinte et d’esquive. Titre imprimé en rouge et noir. Bel exemplaire. Bibliographie Clérico-Galante, p. 111: "Cette bibliographie analytique des romans, surtout des plus orduriers, t. II, p. 19 à 69, fut jugée si scandaleuse que l'auteur, pour échapper à la Bastille, s'empressa de se réfuter lui-même dans 'l'Histoire Justifiée' ". [Attributes: First Edition]

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         La statique des végétaux, et l'analyse de l'air

      BUFFON HALES, Stephen, La statique des végétaux, et l'analyse de l'air. Ouvrage traduit de l'anglois par (G. L. L.) de Buffon. Paris, Debure, 1735. 4. Mit 20 Kupfern auf 10 Falttafeln. 1 Blatt, XVIII, 4 Blätter, 408 Seiten. Pergamenteinband d. Zeit. mit Rückentitel. (etw. fleckig und berieben). Innen: Titel mit Ausschnitt oben, etw. wasserrandig und fleckig, leicht gebräunt. - Erste französische Ausgabe. Pritzel 3700. Ferchl 211. Vgl. Horblit 45 a. Sparrow 91. Übersetzung der "Vegetable staticks" von 1731, in der bereits der Appendix der "Haemastatics" (Horblit 45 b) eingearbeitet ist, soweit er die Pflanzenforschung von Hales betrifft. Die hier vorliegenden Arbeiten über Druck und Kraft der Pflanzensäfte haben auch die Arbeiten von Hales auf dem Gebiet des Blutdrucks entscheidend gefördert. Gleichzeitig werden seine Versuche mit aus Steinkohlen gewonnenem Gas mitgeteilt. "An influential French translation which has the famous Préface du traducteur, in which Buffon praises the experimental method, and includes Hales appendix of 1733" (DSB VI, 47).

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         [FIVE SAMMELBANDS CONTAINING FORTY-ONE PAMPHLETS ON POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS IN LATE 17TH TO EARLY 18TH CENTURY GREAT BRITAIN, INCLUDING MATERIAL CONCERNING THE JACOBITE REBELLION AND ANTI-CATHOLIC SENTIMENT]

      London; Edinburgh, 1735. Five volumes. Slightly later calf bindings. Good plus. A assemblage of five sammelbands collecting over forty English and Scottish pamphlets addressing religious and political issues in Britain at the beginning of the 18th century. Published during a period of renewed strife, they contain much immediate reaction and strong opinion to contemporary events such as the Jacobite Rebellion, and present varying arguments concerning sectarian disagreements of the era. Sammelband A - Jacobite Rebellion 1. [Pittis, William]. JUS SACRUM, OR, A DISCOURSE WHEREIN IT IS FULLY PROV'D AND DEMONSTRATED THAT NO PRINCE OUGHT TO BE DEPRIV'D OF HIS NATURAL RIGHT ON ACCOUNT OF RELIGION, &c. 2nd Edition. London: John Baker, 1712. 44pp. ESTC N36438. 2. [Merke, Thomas]. THE LATE BISHOP OF CARLISLE'S SPEECH AGAINST THE DEPOSITION OF KINGS; AND IN VINDICATION OF HEREDITARY RIGHT, AND THE LINEAL SUCCESSION TO THE CROWN OF THESE REALMS. London: John Morphew, 1714. 23pp. ESTC T37588. 3. [Toland, John]. [Defoe, Daniel]: THE JACOBITISM, PERJURY AND POPERY OF HIGH-CHURCH PRIESTS. London: J. Baker, 1710. 15,[1]pp. ESTC T29031. 4. [Defoe, Daniel]: AND WHAT IF THE PRETENDER SHOULD COME? OR, SOME CONSIDERATIONS OF THE ADVANTAGES AND REAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE PRETENDER'S POSSESSING THE CROWN OF GREAT-BRITAIN. London: J. Baker, 1713. 40pp. ESTC N16439. 5. [Burnet, Thomas]. SOME NEW PROOFS, BY WHICH IT APPEARS THAT THE PRETENDER IS TRULY JAMES THE THIRD. London: J. Baker, 1713. [10],28pp. ESTC N23541. Lacks half title. 6. [James, Prince of Wales]. MEMOIRS OF THE CHEVALIER DE ST. GEORGE: WITH SOME PRIVATE PASSAGES OF THE LIFE OF THE LATE KING JAMES II, NEVER BEFORE PUBLISH'D. London, 1712. 78pp. ESTC T39134. Lacks title and second leaf. 7. [Defoe, Daniel]. REASONS AGAINST THE SUCCESSION OF THE HOUSE OF HANOVER, WITH AN ENQUIRY HOW FAR THE ABDICATION OF KING JAMES, SUPPOSING IT TO BE LEGAL, OUGHT TO AFFECT THE PERSON OF THE PRETENDER. London: J. Baker, 1713. [2],45pp. ESTC T65926. 8. [Dunton, John]. SEEING'S BELIEVING: OR, K---G G---- RGE PROV'D AN USURPER; AND HIS WHOLE REIGN ONE CONTINU'D ACT OF CR-TY AND OP-N, AND OTHER NOTORIOUS FAIL-NGS. London: S. Keimer, [1716?]. xiv,[14],51,[1]pp. ESTC N21067. Lacks titlepage. 9. [Quevedo, Francisco de]. THE CONTROVERSY ABOUT RESISTANCE AND NON-RESISTANCE, DISCUSS'D IN MORAL AND POLITICAL REFLECTIONS ON MARCUS BRUTUS…. London, J. Baker, 1710. 95pp. ESTC T34049. 10. [Resistance Theory]. ST. PAUL AND HER MAJESTY VINDICATED. IN PROVING FROM THE APOSTLE'S OWN WORDS, ROM. XIII. THAT THE DOCTRINE OF NON-RESISTANCE, AS COMMONLY TAUGHT, IS NONE OF HIS. London: A. Baldwin, 1710. [2],6pp. ESTC T143636. 11. [Divine Right]. THE PREROGATIVE OF PRIMOGENITURE. SHEWING THE RIGHT OF SUCCESION TO AN HEREDITARY EMPIRE, DEPENDS NOT UPON GRACE, &c. BUT ONLY UPON BIRTH-RIGHT…. London: W. Boreham, 1718. 44pp. ESTC T89361. 12. [Wake, William]. THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY'S SPEECH TO THE KING IN PARLIAMENT…. London: W. Boreham, 1720. [2],32pp. ESTC N16111. Lacks half title. 13. [Jacobite Rebellion]. A FULL ANSWER TO THE DEPOSITIONS, AND TO ALL OTHER THE PRETENCES AND ARGUMENTS WHATSOEVER, CONCERNING THE BIRTH OF THE PRETENDED PRINCE OF WALES…. [London], 1712. 56pp., plus folding map. ESTC T146455. 14. [James, Prince of Wales]. THE MEMORIAL OF THE CHEVALIER DE ST. GEORGE, ON OCCASION OF THE PRINCESS SOBIESKI'S RETIRING INTO A NUNNERY…. London: W. Wilkins, [1726?]. viii,24pp. ESTC T124385. 15. [Defoe, Daniel]. A JOURNAL OF THE EARL OF MARR'S PROCEEDINGS, FROM HIS FIRST ARRIVAL IN SCOTLAND TO HIS EMBARKATION FOR FRANCE. London: J. Baker, [1716]. xvi,32pp. ESTC T69396. Sammelband B - The Case of the Episcopal Clergy 1. [Garden, George]. THE CASE OF THE EPISCOPAL CLERGY, AND THOSE OF THE EPISCOPAL PERSWASION, CONSIDERED, AS TO THE GRANTING THEM A TOLERATION AND INDULGENCE. 2nd Edition. [Edinburgh], 1703. 40pp. ESTC N16050. 2. [Garden, George]. THE CASE OF THE EPISCOPAL CLERGY, AND THOSE OF THE EPISCOPAL PERSWASION, CONSIDERED, AS TO THE GRANTING THEM A TOLERATION AND INDULGENCE, THE SECOND PART. [Edinburgh], 1704. [2],100pp. ESTC T79512. 3. [Garden, George]. THE CASE OF THE EPISCOPAL CLERGY, AND THOSE OF THE EPISCOPAL PERSWASION, CONSIDERED, AS TO THE GRANTING THEM A TOLERATION AND INDULGENCE, THE THIRD PART. [Edinburgh], 1705. [8], 184. ESTC N16051. Sammelband C - William Pulteney & Robert Walpole 1. [Pulteney, William]. THE POLITICKS ON BOTH SIDES, WITH REGARD TO FOREIGN AFFAIRS, STATED FROM THEIR OWN WRITINGS, AND EXAMINED BY THE COURSE OF EVENTS…. 2nd Edition, Corrected. London: H. Haines, 1734. 72pp. ESTC T10149. 2. [Pulteney, William]. AN ENQUIRY INTO THE CONDUCT OF OUR DOMESTICK AFFAIRS, FROM THE YEAR 1721, TO CHRISTMAS 1733…. 3rd Edition, Corrected. London: H. Haines, 1734. 72pp. ESTC T32735. 3. [Walpole, Robert]. SOME CONSIDERATIONS CONCERNING THE PUBLICK FUNDS, THE PUBLICK REVENUES, AND THE ANNUAL SUPPLIES, GRANTED BY PARLIAMENT…. London: J. Roberts, 1735. 110pp. ESTC T49251 4. [Pulteney, William]. THE CASE OF THE SINKING FUND, AND THE RIGHT OF THE PUBLICK CREDITORS TO IT CONSIDERED AT LARGE…. London: H. Haines, 1735. 138,[2]pp. ESTC T20277. Sammelband D - Jean-Baptiste Girard Affair / English Anti- Catholic Tracts 1. [Cadiere, Marie-Catherine]. THE CASE OF MRS. MARY CATHARINE CADIERE, AGAINST THE JESUIT FATHER JOHN BAPTIST GIRARD. [Edinburgh, 1730]. [2],vi,80pp. ESTC T45814. Titlepage defective. 2. [Girard, Jean-Baptiste]. THE DEFENCE OF F. JOHN BAPTIST GIRARD…. PART I. 3rd Edition. London: J. Roberts, 1732. iv,40pp. ESTC N43731. 3. [Girard, Jean-Baptiste]. THE DEFENCE OF F. JOHN BAPTIST GIRARD…. PART II. 2nd Edition. London: J. Roberts, 1731. [2],82pp. ESTC T32227. 4. [Girard, Jean-Baptiste]. THE DEFENCE OF F. JOHN BAPTIST GIRARD…. PART III. London: J. Roberts, 1731. vi,105,[1]pp. ESTC 32228. 5. [Campbell, Archibald]. THE CASE RESTATED; OR AN ACCOUNT OF A CONVERSATION WITH A PAPIST…. [London], 1713. [4],100pp. ESTC T149928. 6. [Hutchinson, Francis]. A COMPASSIONATE ADDRESS TO THOSE PAPISTS, WHO WILL BE PREVAIL'D WITH TO EXAMINE THE CAUSE FOR WHICH THEY SUFFER…. London: D. Midwinter, 1716. [2],viii,[3-]176pp. ESTC T72525. Sammelband E - Miscellaneous English Religious Tracts 1. [Higden, Wiliam]. THE CASE OF THE ADMISSION OF OCCASIONAL CONFORMISTS TO THE HOLY COMMUNION, BEFORE THEY RENOUNCE THEUR SCHISM, CONSIDER'D…. 2nd Edition. London: Samuel Keble, 1708. 20,46pp. ESTC T200086. 2. Mackenzie, George. A VINDICATION OF THE GOVERNMENT IN SCOTLAND, DURING THE REIGN OF KING CHARLES THE II…. Edinburgh: James Watson, 1712. 62pp. ESTC T58742/ Final two leaves defective. 3. [Church Polity]. PRIMITIVE CHURCH GOVERNMENT, IN THE PRACTICE OF THE REFORMED IN BOHEMIA. OR, AN ACCOUNT OF THE ECCLESIASTICK ORDER AND DISCIPLINE AMONG THE REFORMED…. [Edinburgh?], 1703.[16],56pp. ESTC 114573. 4. [Garden, George]. THE CASE OF THE EPISCOPAL CLERGY, AND THOSE OF THE EPISCOPAL PERSWASION, CONSIDERED, AS TO THE GRANTING THEM A TOLERATION AND INDULGENCE. 2nd Edition. [Edinburgh], 1703. 40pp. ESTC N16050. 5. [Ramsay, James]. A LETTER FROM A GENTLEMAN, TO A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT; CONCERNING TOLERATION. Edinburgh, 1703. 13pp. ESTC T63770. 6. [Skene, J.]. PLAIN DEALING WITH THE PRESBYTERIANS, BY WAY OF ANSWER TO A LETTER FROM A GENTLEMAN TO A MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT CONCERNING TOLERATION. [Edinburgh?], 1703. 27[i.e., 24]pp. ESTC T61158. 7. Hay, Richard. AN ESSAY ON THE ORIGINE [sic] OF THE ROYAL FAMILY OF THE STEWARTS…. Edinburgh: William Adams, 1722. [4],39pp. ESTC T117169. 8. Barclay, John. JOHN BARCLAY HIS VINDICATION OF THE INTERCESSION OF SAINTS, THE VENERATION OF RELICKS AND MIRACLES, AGAINST THE SECTARIES OF THE TIMES. London: Mary Thompson, 1688. [2],20pp. ESTC R215790. 9. Ford, Simon. BAPTISM FOR THE DEAD. A SERMON PREACH'D BEFORE THE LORD MAYOR, AND THE COURT OF ALDERMEN OF THE CITY OF LONDON, ON JUNE THE 5TH 1692. London: A. and J. Churchill, 1692. [4],29pp. ESTC R13623. 10. Turner, Francis. A SERMON PREACHED BEFORE THE KING ON THE 30/1 OF JANUARY 1680/1. BEING THE FAST FOR THE MARTYRDOM OF KING CHARLES I. OF BLESSED MEMORY. London: J. Maycock, for R. Royston, 1681. 47pp. ESTC R4027. 11. [Lockhart, George]. THE CASE OF MR. GREENSHIELDS, FULLY STATED AND DISCUSS'D, IN A LETTER FROM A COMMONER OF NORTH BRITAIN TO AN ENGLISH PEER. London, 1711. 23pp. ESTC T20083. 12. Burnet, Gilbert. A SERMON PREACHED ON FAST-DAY, DECEMB. 22, 1680. AT ST. MARGARETS WESTMINSTER, BEFORE THE HONOURABLE HOUSE OF COMMONS. London: Richard Chiswell, 1681. [2],42pp. ESTC R19858. 13.[Garden, George]. THE CASE OF THE EPISCOPAL CLERGY, AND THOSE OF THE EPISCOPAL PERSWASION, CONSIDERED, AS TO THE GRANTING THEM A TOLERATION AND INDULGENCE, THE SECOND PART. [Edinburgh], 1704. [2],100pp. ESTC T79512.

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         Description Géographique, Historique, Chronologique, Politique et Physique de l'Empire de la Chine et de la Tartarie Chinoisie.

      Paris P.G. Le Mercier 1735 - 4 volumes, folio (42.6 x 27.8 cm). Title-pages printed in red and black. Engraved title vignettes by M. Baquoy after A. Humbolt, 4 engraved head-pieces after Humbolt, 65 engraved plates, the majority of these maps, many folding or double-page (a few with contemporary outline-colouring), by Delahaye, Desbrulins, and Fonbonne after Humblot, Lucas, Le Parmentier and others, engraved and woodcut initials, woodcut head-pieces. (first half title creased with paper flaw to lower outer corner, some occasional pale spotting or minor browning, minor marginal hole in Aaaaaa1.) Contemporary French mottled calf, sides with central gilt-stamped arms, spines in seven compartments with six raised bands, each with red and brown gilt-lettered lettering pieces in two compartments, gilt-decorated panels in the rest, small repairs to extremities, a very handsome set. The first edition of Du Halde's "encyclopaedic account of China" (Lust) -- and one of the earliest European sources on Chinese ceramics. Du Halde, who became a Jesuit priest in 1708, was entrusted by his superiors to edit the published and manuscript accounts of Jesuit travellers in China. The present work records the narratives of twenty-seven of these missionaries (listed in volume I, pp. li-li). Also notable is the Relation succinte du voyage du capitaine Beering dans la Sibérie (volume IV, pp.452-458), which is the first published account of Vitus Bering's 1728 voyage through the eponymous straits, whose importance he failed to recognize after sighting no land. The accompanying double-page map titled Carte des pays traversees par le Capne. Beering depuis la ville de Tobolsk jusqu' Kamtschatka (bound between pp.452 and 453) is based on Bering's manuscript map, which was given to the King of Poland and in turn passed to Du Halde to be reproduced here. Bering's map is "The first printed map of part of present Alaska" (S.I. Schwarz and R.E. Ehrenberg, The Mapping of America). Brunet II:870; Cordier Sinica I, 45-48; Cox I:355; De Backer & Sommervogel IV:35; Lada-Mocarski 2; Lust Western Books on China 12; Wickersham 6099. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         FIVE SAMMELBANDS CONTAINING FORTY-ONE PAMPHLETS ON POLITICAL AND RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS IN LATE 17TH TO EARLY 18TH CENTURY GREAT BRITAIN, INCLUDING MATERIAL CONCERNING THE JACOBITE REBELLION AND ANTI-CATHOLIC SENTIMENT].

      London; Edinburgh. 1681-1735. - Five volumes. Slightly later calf bindings. Good plus. An assemblage of five sammelbands collecting over forty English and Scottish pamphlets addressing religious and political issues in Britain at the beginning of the 18th century. Published during a period of renewed strife, they contain much immediate reaction and strong opinion to contemporary events such as the Jacobite Rebellion, and present varying arguments concerning sectarian disagreements of the era. Sammelband A – Jacobite Rebellion 1. [Pittis, William]. JUS SACRUM, OR, A DISCOURSE WHEREIN IT IS FULLY PROV’D AND DEMONSTRATED THAT NO PRINCE OUGHT TO BE DEPRIV’D OF HIS NATURAL RIGHT ON ACCOUNT OF RELIGION, &c. 2nd Edition. London: John Baker, 1712. 44pp. ESTC N36438. 2. [Merke, Thomas]. THE LATE BISHOP OF CARLISLE’S SPEECH AGAINST THE DEPOSITION OF KINGS; AND IN VINDICATION OF HEREDITARY RIGHT, AND THE LINEAL SUCCESSION TO THE CROWN OF THESE REALMS. London: John Morphew, 1714. 23pp. ESTC T37588. 3. [Toland, John]. [Defoe, Daniel]: THE JACOBITISM, PERJURY AND POPERY OF HIGH-CHURCH PRIESTS. London: J. Baker, 1710. 15,[1]pp. ESTC T29031. 4. [Defoe, Daniel]: AND WHAT IF THE PRETENDER SHOULD COME? OR, SOME CONSIDERATIONS OF THE ADVANTAGES AND REAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE PRETENDER’S POSSESSING THE CROWN OF GREAT-BRITAIN. London: J. Baker, 1713. 40pp. ESTC N16439. 5. [Burnet, Thomas]. SOME NEW PROOFS, BY WHICH IT APPEARS THAT THE PRETENDER IS TRULY JAMES THE THIRD. London: J. Baker, 1713. [10],28pp. ESTC N23541. Lacks half title. 6. [James, Prince of Wales]. MEMOIRS OF THE CHEVALIER DE ST. GEORGE: WITH SOME PRIVATE PASSAGES OF THE LIFE OF THE LATE KING JAMES II, NEVER BEFORE PUBLISH’D. London, 1712. 78pp. ESTC T39134. Lacks title and second leaf. 7. [Defoe, Daniel]. REASONS AGAINST THE SUCCESSION OF THE HOUSE OF HANOVER, WITH AN ENQUIRY HOW FAR THE ABDICATION OF KING JAMES, SUPPOSING IT TO BE LEGAL, OUGHT TO AFFECT THE PERSON OF THE PRETENDER. London: J. Baker, 1713. [2],45pp. ESTC T65926. 8. [Dunton, John]. SEEING’S BELIEVING: OR, K---G G---- RGE PROV’D AN USURPER; AND HIS WHOLE REIGN ONE CONTINU’D ACT OF CR-TY AND OP-N, AND OTHER NOTORIOUS FAIL-NGS. London: S. Keimer, [1716?]. xiv,[14],51,[1]pp. ESTC N21067. Lacks titlepage. 9. [Quevedo, Francisco de]. THE CONTROVERSY ABOUT RESISTANCE AND NON-RESISTANCE, DISCUSS’D IN MORAL AND POLITICAL REFLECTIONS ON MARCUS BRUTUS . London, J. Baker, 1710. 95pp. ESTC T34049. 10. [Resistance Theory]. ST. PAUL AND HER MAJESTY VINDICATED. IN PROVING FROM THE APOSTLE’S OWN WORDS, ROM. XIII. THAT THE DOCTRINE OF NON-RESISTANCE, AS COMMONLY TAUGHT, IS NONE OF HIS. London: A. Baldwin, 1710. [2],6pp. ESTC T143636. 11. [Divine Right]. THE PREROGATIVE OF PRIMOGENITURE. SHEWING THE RIGHT OF SUCCESION TO AN HEREDITARY EMPIRE, DEPENDS NOT UPON GRACE, &c. BUT ONLY UPON BIRTH-RIGHT . London: W. Boreham, 1718. 44pp. ESTC T89361. 12. [Wake, William]. THE ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY’S SPEECH TO THE KING IN PARLIAMENT . London: W. Boreham, 1720. [2],32pp. ESTC N16111. Lacks half title. 13. [Jacobite Rebellion]. A FULL ANSWER TO THE DEPOSITIONS, AND TO ALL OTHER THE PRETENCES AND ARGUMENTS WHATSOEVER, CONCERNING THE BIRTH OF THE PRETENDED PRINCE OF WALES . [London], 1712. 56pp., plus folding map. ESTC T146455. 14. [James, Prince of Wales]. THE MEMORIAL OF THE CHEVALIER DE ST. GEORGE, ON OCCASION OF THE PRINCESS SOBIESKI’S RETIRING INTO A NUNNERY . London: W. Wilkins, [1726?]. viii,24pp. ESTC T124385. 15. [Defoe, Daniel]. A JOURNAL OF THE EARL OF MARR’S PROCEEDINGS, FROM HIS FIRST ARRIVAL IN SCOTLAND TO HIS EMBARKATION FOR FRANCE. London: J. Baker, [1716]. xvi,32pp. ESTC T69396. Sammelband B – The Case of the Episcopal Clergy 1. [Garden, George]. THE CASE OF THE EPISCOPAL CLERGY, AND THOSE OF THE EPISCOPAL PERSWASION, CONSIDERED, AS TO THE GRANTING THEM A TOLERATION AND INDULGENCE. 2nd Edition. [Edinburgh], 1703. 40pp. ESTC N16050. 2. [Garden, George]. THE CASE OF THE EPISCOPAL CLERGY, AND THOSE OF THE EPISCOPAL PERSWASION, CONSIDERED, AS TO THE GRANTING THEM A TO

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         La Araucana, primera, segunda y tercera parte. Madrid, Francisco Martinez Abad, 1733. RELIE AVEC (à la suite): 2). SANTISTEVAN OSORIO (Diego de). La Araucana, quarta y quinta parte en que se prosigue y acaba la historia de Alonso de Ercilla, hasta la reduccion del Valle de Arauco, en el Reyno de Chile. Madrid, Francisco Martinez Abad, 1735.

      - 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-folio. 1). 8ff. 186pp. 9ff. 2). 4ff. 167pp. 5ff. Plein veau blond, dos à nerfs (Reliure anglaise ancienne, charnières fendues). Belle édition à deux colonnes de la première grande épopée américaine. Cet ouvrage d'Alonso de Ercilla y Zuñiga (1533-1594) décrit l'expédition des espagnols contre les indiens Araucanos du Chili et s'appuie sur l'expérience personnelle de l'auteur, qui faisait partie de l'armée espagnole commandée par Garcia Hurtado de Mendoza. La première édition, d'une extrême rareté, avait vu le jour à Madrid en 1569, et fut augmentée en 1578 et 1589 d'une seconde et troisième parties. A la suite de cet ouvrage se trouve relié celui de Diego de Santistevan Osorio qui, sous le titre de "La Araucana, quarta y quinta parte", avait publié à Salamanca en 1598 une continuation du livre de Ercillla. Parfois on trouve réunies (comme c'est ici le cas), ces deux éditions parues chez le même éditeur à deux ans d'intervalle. Charnières fendues. Intérieurement, bon exemplaire. Sabin, 22723 (qui ne mentionne pas l'ouvrage de Santistevan). Palau, 80424. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Isagone et commentarius in universa Biblia Sacra vulgatae editionis (.) Illustrans et explicans Sacram Scripturam per clara prolegomena in omnes et singulos libros: per dilucida summaria in quaevis capita: per selectas annotationes, breves paraphrases (.) Opera et studio P. Thomae Aq. Erhard. 2 Bde. (in 1 Bd.).

      Augustae Vindelicorum (Augsburg) u Statt am Hof Johannes Strötter Gastel & Ilger 1735 - 4° (36x24cm). 5 Bll., 60 S., 268(2) S., 333(15) S. Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder über Holzdeckeln mit 2 intakten Schließen, 2 Reitern u. vergold. RSch. (leicht gebräunt, berieben, fleckig u. mit kl. Bibl.-RSch. u. -Signatur). Thomas Erhard (1675-1743) war Benediktinermönch in Wessobrunn und Initiator der Wessobrunner Bibelkonkordanz. - Enthält das alte Testament mit includierten lateinischen Anmerkungen. - Alter Besitzvermerk auf Schmutztitel, teils etwas stockfleckig. Ein Reiter mit Einrissen. Insgesamt schönes und dekoratives Exemplar.

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         An Explanation of the Newtonian Philosophy, in Lectures Read to the Youth of the University of Leyden.

      London: W. Inny's and R. Manby(1735). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. [16], 435,[13] pp, 17 folding plates. Contemporary calf. Covers detached and worn but present, spine worn. Contents tanned and occasional light margin soil, endpapers and title page edge-darkened, Burgiss Allison's name and stamp ont title page, notations on endpapers, text block is solid. Contents are complete, but will require some restoration.. Book Condition: Good. Binding: Hard Cover

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         Recherches sur les thèâtres de France, depuis l'année onze cens soixante-un, jusques à présent. 3 parts in 1 vol.

      Paris, Prault père 1735 - With engr. title-vignette by Lepicié after Boucher, 9 engr. head-pieces and 4 tail-pieces by Joullain after Blondel, several figured engr. initials, 2 folding tables. 6 unn. leaves, 166 pp.; half-title, 334 pp.; half-title, 321, (1) pp. Large 4to. Contemp. calf, spine with label richly gilt, with crowned arms in lowest compartment, gilt outer and inner dentelles (corners somewhat bumped, edges and spine ends somewhat rubbed). Paris, Prault père, 1735. First edition. Large paper copy of the quarto issue of this comprehensive history of French theatre, arranged in chronological order. The work starts with Provençal poets, leading up to 1552; the following section is entitled "Théatre françois depuis 1552. jusqu'en 1735", divided in four periods; the third section deals with Ballets and Mascarades, the Théatre de l'Opéra, the Théatre Italien, and the Opéra comique ou Théatre de la Foire. De Beauchamps (1689-1761) wrote a number of plays, mostly on themes from classical antiquity. His "Recherches", the first critical history of French theatre, are indeed the work of an author deeply interested in the subject, they include biographical details about poets and playwrights as well as famous actors, manuscript sources, performances and publications, etc., and have useful indices of authors and titles mentioned. - Small wormtrack in lower margin of the first few pages. - Cioranescu 31385 (under Godard); Quérard, La France littéraire, I, 235; Brunet (Table) 16187; Hoefer IV, 908 ("Beauchamps ne s'est pas borné à compiler les titres des pièces de théatre, il y a joint des particularités sur la vie des comédiens français"). LITERATURE: FRENCH ; [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         The Peerage of England; Containing A Genealogical and Historical Account Of all the Peers of England, Now existing, either by tenure, Summons or Creation: Their Descents and Collateral Lines: Their Births, Marriages, and Issues: Famous Actions both in War and Peace: Religious and Charitable Donations: Deaths, Places of Burial, Monuments, Epitaphs And many valuable Memoirs never before printed. Also Their Paternal Coats of Arms, Crests, and Supporters, curiously engraven on Copper Plates. Collected from Records, Old Wills, Authentick Manuscripts, our most approv'd Historians, and other Authorities. A Supplement to the Four Volumes of the Peerage of England. Containing A Succession of the Peers from 1740; with Accounts of those that have been

      Vols. I to 3 published by R. Gosling and T. Wotton, and W. Innys and R. Manby; others published by W. Innys et al First 4 books dated 1735. 5th dated 1756 and last 2 dated 1750, London - 7 vols.: [10], 16, 514, [20]; [4], 20, 432, [8]; [10], 21-40, 433-820, [43]; xvi, 41, 530, [30], [6]; 514, [4]; viii, [14], 398, [16]; [5], 400-820, [16] p. 20 cm. 134 p. of engraved plates showing coats of arms. Full leather with raised bands, gilt impressing to spines, burgundy spine labels. Black and red titles. Some head pieces. Books are Vol. I, Vol. 2 Part I, Vol. 2 Part 2, Vol. 3, Vol. 4, Supplement Vol. 1 & Supplement Vol. 2. Spines labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5 & 6. Repairs to hinges, corners, and spine ends, gilt wearing thin, repair to vertical crack in spine of vol. 5. Repair to chipped label on Vol. 2 Part I. New labels to Vol. 2 Part 2 and to Vol. 4. Bookplates for Francis, Earl of Effingham, on front pastedowns of first 4 books and on 2nd supplement volume. Bookplate of Percival Hart Dyke on front pastedown of Vol. 4. Hinges repaired internally. Dampstains to Vol. I and Vol. 2 Part I, as well as rear of Vol. 3. Ink inscription on rear of Vol. 4's title page and ink spot on text block edge. The first edition of this work was published in 1709. Later editions benefited from the earlier work of Sir William Dugdale whose Baronage of England had been published in 1675. At some point Collins acquired a manuscript of Dugdale's work, owned by Gregory King, Lancaster herald, with his own notes. Collins' work became the basis for Sir Egerton Brydges' edition of the peerage published in 1812 and later for Cockayne's Complete Peerage of 1887-98. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         THE GENTLEMAN'S POCKET-FARRIER. SHEWING HOW TO USE YOUR HORSE ON A JOURNEY AND WHAT REMEDIES ARE PROPER FOR COMMON MISFORTUNES THAT MAY BEFAL HIM ON THE ROAD. Bound with: THE GENTLEMAN FARRIER. CONTAINING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CHOICE, AND DIRECTIONS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HORSES, EITHER FOR DRAUGHT OR PLEASURE, ON A JOURNEY, OR IN THE STABLE; WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THEIR DISTEMPERS, AND RECEIPTS FOR THE CURE OF THEM. TO WHICH IS ADDED AN APPENDIX, CONCERNING DOGS, EITHER FOR THE FIELD OR THE LAP, WHEREIN THEIR DISEASES ARE DESCRIB'D, AND THE MEANS TO CURE THEM.PUBLISHED BY THE DIRECTION OF A PERSON OF QUALITY.

      1735 - Two works in one, first work no date, circa London, printed by E. Owen, ppx + 70 + (ii), ESTC locates 5 copies in the UK, 2 copies in USA; second work 1732, London, printed for F. Cogan, the second edition, pp(xvi) + 137 + (xii), full contemporary calf. Front hinge cracked but holding, otherwise good.

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         26 grosse Kupferstiche, wohl aus: Prodromus, oder Vor-Licht des eröffneten Schau- und Wunder-Prachtes aller deren an dem Kaiserl. Hof . Carl des Sechsten Haupt- und Residentz-Stadt Wienn sich befindlichen Kunst-Schätzen.

      Wien, van Ghelen, 1735. - circa 41 x 31 cm. 26 Kupferstiche: Grundriss, Widmungsblatt, Blick in die Säle, Tafeln 4-26 lose "Vgl. Ornamentstichsammlung 3965, Books on Art 1923 und Wurzbach XXIII, 261. Eindrucksvolle, grosse Blätter mit sehr detailreicher Dokumentation der Hängung aller Bilder in der Stallburg, der kaiserlichen Gemäldegalerie in Wien durch die beiden Hofmaler Franz von Stampart (1675-1750) und Anton Joseph von Prenner (1683-1761), die ein grosses "Theatrum artis pictoriae" in 30 Bänden planten, das die komplette Sammlung in der Stallburg dokumentieren sollte. Zu diesem Grossprojekt erschien ein sehr reizvolles, einführendes Überblickswerk mit den Bildern im Kleinformat, jedoch so präzise gestochen, dass sie im Einzelnen zu erkennen sind. Dieser "Prodromus" hat insgesamt 9 Text-Blätter (inkl. Titel) sowie die gestochene Dedicatio mit Portrait-Vignette, 29 Kupfertafeln und 1 gestochenes Registerblatt. Hier sind in loser Form vorhanden 26 Kupferstiche: Grundriss, Widmungsblatt, Blick in die Säle, Tafeln 4-26 mit den einzelnen Gemälden in Petersburger Hängung. " "- Wenig gebräunt, teils in den Rändern etwas stockig, jedoch meist die Darstellung sauber, rückseitig im äussersten Rand teils mit Spuren alter Montierung - schöne Reihe eindrucksvoller Kupferstiche.

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         Description Geographique Historique, Chronologique, Politique, Et Physique de l’Empire De La Chine et De La Tartarie Chinoise. Enrichie des Cartes Generals et Particulieres de ces Pays, de la Carte générale & des Cartes particulieres du Thibet, & de la Corée, & ornée d’un grand nombre de Figures & de Vignettes gravées en Taille-douce.

      A Paris, Chez P. G. Lemercier, Imprimeur-Libraire, 1735. - 4 tomes en 4 vol. in-folio [426 x 275 mm]. ÉDITION ORIGINALE DE FORMAT IN-FOLIO. ELLE EST REMARQUABLEMENT ET MAGNIFIQUEMENT ILLUSTRÉE DE 65 CARTES, PLANS ET PLANCHES HORS TEXTE GRAVÉES, EN GRAND NOMBRE DÉPLIANTES. COMPLET. Le plus important des ouvrages consacrés à la Chine dans la première moitié du XVIIIe siècle. La Description Geographique, Historique parue à Paris en 1735 en quatre volumes in-folio eut un retentissment considérable en Europe et fut traduit dans la plupart des langues européennes.Basée sur les témoignages des émissaires-missionnaires jésuites, cette somme monumentale se veut une description approfondie et méthodique de l’Empire chinois. FIRST EDITION. COMPLETE. A VERY NICE COPY. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         OPERE CON LE CONTROVERSIE SOPRA LA GERUSALEMEM LIBERATA

      STEFANO MONTI, 1735. ITALIANO 12 Opera non completa,presenti i volumi dal n.I al n.XII,esclusi il II e VI.Al primo volume presente all'antiporta una magnifica xilografia,mentre al frontespizio dei dieci volumi è presente una marca tipografica.I capilettera presentano bei decori.Le pagine e tagli con tracce di muffa e aloni di lievi macchie.Vendibili anche singolarmente USATO

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         Fäsch, Joh. Rud. (Hrsg.). Kriegs-, Ingenieur-, Artillerie- und See-Lexicon Worinnen Alles was einem Officier, Igenieur, Artilleristen, und Seefahrenden, ... und mit dazu dienlichen Kupffern erläutert ist: Ingleichen Die verschiedenenArten derer Soldaten, so wohl zu Fuß als zu Pferde, deren Rüstung und Gewehr, von denen ältesten Zeiten an bis hierher, ... Nebst einem Geographischen Anhang von Ländern, Städten, Seerl, Flüssen, Festungen, ... Zugleich einer hinlänglichen Nachricht von denen in-und ausserhalb Europa gebräuchlichen Müntz-Sorten, nach dem Werth der Sächsischen ausgerechnet, ... Dresden und Leipzig, bey Friedrich Hekel, Königl. Hof-Bücher-Livrant und Buch-Händler, 1735. * Mit gestoch. Frontispiz von Sysang nach A. Richter, 3 große gestoch. Kopfvignetten, 21 gefalteten Kupfertafeln, Anfangsbuchsstaben von A bis Z dargestellt als kalligraphische Bilder und mehreren, auch großen, Schlußvignetten der alphabet. Anordnung. * 9 Bl., 1040 S., S. 1105-1195 (letzte S. als 1295 falsch paginiert). Leder der Zeit auf 5 Bünden mit marmoriertem Schnitt.

      . Fäsch, Joh. Rud. (Hrsg.). Kriegs-, Ingenieur-, Artillerie- und See-Lexicon Worinnen Alles was einem Officier, Igenieur, Artilleristen, und Seefahrenden, ... und mit dazu dienlichen Kupffern erläutert ist: Ingleichen Die verschiedenenArten derer Soldaten, so wohl zu Fuß als zu Pferde, deren Rüstung und Gewehr, von denen ältesten Zeiten an bis hierher, ... Nebst einem Geographischen Anhang von Ländern, Städten, Seerl, Flüssen, Festungen, ... Zugleich einer hinlänglichen Nachricht von denen in-und ausserhalb Europa gebräuchlichen Müntz-Sorten, nach dem Werth der Sächsischen ausgerechnet, ... 2. erweiterte Auflage. Dresden und Leipzig, bey Friedrich Hekel, Königl. Hof-Bücher-Livrant und Buch-Händler, 1735. 21,2 x 14,5 x 7,3 cm. * Mit gestoch. Frontispiz von Sysang nach A. Richter, 3 große gestoch. Kopfvignetten, 21 gefalteten Kupfertafeln, Anfangsbuchsstaben von A bis Z als kalligraphische Bilder dargestellt und mehreren, auch großen, Schlußvignetten der alphabet. Anordnung. * 9 Bl., 1040 S., S. 1105-1195 (letzte S. als 1295 falsch paginiert). Leder der Zeit auf 5 Bünden mit marmoriertem Schnitt. - Falsche Paginierung, kollationiert, so komplett. Das Lexikon endet korrekt auf der Seite 1040 mit dem Buchstabe Z (Zwölff-Eck) und darauf folgt Geographischer Anhang ... mit der Seite 1105. Bestätigung siehe Google, Deutsches Museum: Umfang [10] Bl., 1040 S., S. [1105] - 1295 [i.e. 1195], XXI gef. Bl. : Frontisp., Tbl. r&s, 21 Ill. (Kupferst.) Bemerkung Paginierfehler: S. 883 fälschl. als S. 88, S. 1195 fälschl. als S. 1295 gezählt - Gutes antiquarisches Exemplar. - Mit Geographischer Anhang Von Ländern, Städten, Festungen, Schantzen, Meeren, Flüssen, Seen, Bergen, Thälern, Wäldern etc. ... (S. 1105-1174) und Kurtze Beschreibung Der vornehmsten Müntz-Sorten in- und ausserhalb Europa ... (S. 1175-1195). - Jähns 1455 Zischka S. 73. - Erweiterte 2. Aufl. des erstmals 1726 in Nürnberg erschienenen Lexikons. - Unter den Kupfern Abbildungen von Flaggen, Festungen, Wappen, Schiffskonstruktionen, Kriegsmaterial etc. .

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         CURSUS FLUMINIS PADI VEL PO PER LONGOBARDIAM A FONTE USQUE AD OSTIA CUM FLUV. TANARO, DORIA, SESSIA, TESSINO, ADDA, OGLIO, &c. UT & STATIBUS ADJAC. PEDEMONTY, MONTISFERR, MEDIOL. MANTUANI, PARMENSIS, FERRAR.

      Corso del Po 1735 - Carta geografica del corso del Po', in 2 fogli. Bella e vivace coloritura coeva.Bibliografia: Motta, p. 20; Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 627. Davoli - Sanfelici - Zanasi, 92 mm 510x1155

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         1735 1ed Machines & Inventions Physics Astronomy Planetarium Ships Engineering

      Paris : Gabriel Martin ; Jean-Baptiste Coignard ; Hippolyte-Louis Guerin, (1735) - 1735 1ed Machines & Inventions Physics Astronomy Planetarium Ships Engineering A rare volume from Jean-Gaffin Gallon’s ‘Machine’s and Inventions’. This 1735 printing is from the first edition of a series of inventions developed in France from 1666 to 1754. This volume contains 68 illustrations depicting these inventions, including astrological instruments, planetarium, and ship pulleys. This work was published as a supplement to the ‘Memoirs’ of the Academy of Sciences. Brunet says of this work, “Without a doubt, this collection is very important.” (Brunet I, 28) Item number: #1722 Price: $950 GALLON, Jean-Gaffin Machines et inventions approuvees par l'Academie Royale des Sciences : depuis son etablissement jusqu'a present, avec leur description volume 6 Paris : Gabriel Martin ; Jean-Baptiste Coignard ; Hippolyte-Louis Guerin, (1735) Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [18], 536, [56] o 68 engraved plates, most folding • Binding: tight and secure leather • Language: French Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1722 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Novissima recopilacion de las leyes de el reino de Navarra, hechas en sus cortes generales desde el año de 1512 hasta el de 1716 inclusive

      Pamplona, José Joaquín Martínez, 1735 - 2 volúmenes en folio. PERGAMINO DE ÉPOCA MÁL RESTAURADO, guardas posteriores en papel publicitario. Ambos volúmenes fatigados: manchas, puntas dobladas, puntos de óxido. V. I: [6]+953+[113] p, frontis calcográfico con desperfectos, grabado por Lamarca, portada orlada remontada sobre mismo papel publicitario utilizado en las guardas, al igual que la primera hoja de preliminares; sellos de tampón en portada, p. 865-866 rasgada con pérdida en tercio superior. V. II: [6]+1007+[108] p, portada orlada, firma en portada. Pérez Goyena 1576

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         PRECIOUS IN THE SIGHT OF THE LORD IS THE DEATH OF HIS SAINTS. A SERMON UPON THE DEATH OF MRS. ELIZABETH OLIVER, RELICT OF THE HONOURABLE DANIEL OLIVER, ESQ

      Boston: Printed by S. Kneeland & T. Green, 1735. [2],26,[1]pp. 16mo. Dbd. Minor toning, lacking half title. Very good. A funeral sermon for Elizabeth Oliver, widow of Daniel Oliver, delivered by Thomas Prince at the Old South Church in Boston in late May 1735. Prince, most notably the author of the historical text A CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF NEW ENGLAND, served as a minister at the Old South Church from 1718 to 1758. In fact, it is Prince's book collection which still forms the basis of the library at the Old South Church. EVANS 3955. SABIN 65609. ESTC W003010.

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         The Gentleman's Magazine: or, Monthly Intelligencer. Volume V. January to December 1735

      F Jefferies, London 1735 - vi, 778pp, [xvi]. Bayntun-Coward binding. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. Baynton-Coward binding with new eps. Some foxing and set-off Grey hardback quarter-leather cover with marbled boards [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Verschiedene Prospekte nach der Natur oder nach dem Leben gezeichnet, auf der Weltberühmten Festung Königstein.

      Augsburg, Martin Engelbrecht, (um 1735). - Mit gestochenem Titel, gestochenem Vorwort und 12 ganzseitigen Kupferstichansichten von Martin Engelbrecht und Georg Pinz. Plattengröße ca. 21,7 x 32,5 cm. Alle Blätter von ornamentalen Bordüren umgeben 23 x 36 cm. Leicht beschädigte Kartonage der Zeit. Nagler, Neues allgemeines Künstler-Lexikon XII, 495 6 (nennt 15 Bll.). Schott, Der Augsburger Kupferstecher und Kunstverleger Martin Engelbrecht und seine Nachfolger 213-226 (nennt 2 Bll. Einleitung und nur 11 Tafeln). Berliner Ornamentstichkat. 1186 (nur ein Einzelblatt). Die vollständige Folge in ausgezeichneten Drucken mit Rändchen. Selten: nur drei Exemplare in deutschen Bibliotheken im KVK verzeichnet (Berlin, Dresden, Weimar; alle wie vorliegend mit 14 Bl.). Johann Georg Pinz, 1697-1767, ein Augsburger Kupferstecher, war lt. Thieme-Becker (XXVII, 67) wahrscheinlich ein Urenkel des berühmten Kleinmeisters Georg Pencz, was von Nagler jedoch bezweifelt wird. Die sächsische Festung Königstein gilt als bedeutendes Zeugnis europäischer Festungsbaukunst. In über 750 Jahren entstand ein einmaliges Ensemble aus Spätgotik, Renaissance und Barock, bis ins XIX. Jahrhundert erfolgten Um- und Zubauten. Neben den Gebäudeansichten wird auch das berühmte, 238.000 Liter fassende Königsteiner Weinfass abgebildet. Im Wettstreit mit den Kurfürsten von der Pfalz ließ es August der Starke 1725 fertigen und übertraf damit jenes des Pfälzers. - In den Rändern etwas fleckig und geknittert. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Antique Map-ITALY-REGIONS-SARDINIA-CORSICA-MERCURY-Homann Heirs-c. 1735

      - Antique Map, titled: 'Italia Cursoria Seu Tabula Geographica ( ).' - Detailed map of Italy divided into its regions showing the courier routes, emphasised by the vignette of two messengers on horseback, surmounted by Mercury, god of travel and commerce. Engraving / etching with contemporary hand colouring on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Homann Heirs' after an anonymous artist. Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Homann Heirs'. Following the long period of Dutch domination, the Homann family became the most important map publishers in Germany in the eighteenth century, the business being founded by J.B. Homann in Nuremberg about the year 1702. Soon after publishing his first atlas in 1707 he became a member of the Berlin academy of Sciences and in 1715 he was appointed Geographer to the Emperor. After the founder's death in 1724, the firm was continued under the direction of his son until 1730 and was then bequeathed to his heirs on the condition that it trades under the name of Homann Heirs. The firm remained in being until the next century and had a wide influence on map publishing in Germany. Apart from the atlases the firm published a very large number of individual maps. The Homanns produced a Neuer Atlas in 1714, a Grosser Atlas in 1737, and an Atlas Maior with about 300 maps in 1780. They also issued a special Atlas of Germany with full sized plans of principal cities, school atlases and an Atlas of Silesia in 1750 with 20 maps. Condition: Good, given age. Paper separation lower middle fold, backed. Light staining and soiling in the margins. A few small spots. Some minor crinkles. Original middle fold as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-P2-04 ISCRA The overall size is ca. 25.2 x 21.1 inch. The image size is ca. 22.5 x 19.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 64 x 53.5 cm. The image size is ca. 57.2 x 48.4 cm.

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         Elementorum Artis Logico-Criticae Libri V

      Typis atque expensis Petri Palumbo, NAPOLI 1735 - LATINO Opera suddivisa in cinque libri in unico volume, fascicoli in octavo, legatura a tutta pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso, coperta in buone condizioni che presenta piccole macchie scure ai piatti ed una lieve abrasione al dorso, taglio annerito, fioriture tra le pagine, frontespizio completo di notizie con grande marca tipografica autografata a carattere allegorico, prima edizione napoletana pertanto da considerarsi opera rara, da segnalare pp.269-272 mancanti, capilettera in cornice fiorita, testo su colonna con note, indice dei libri [Attributes: First Edition]

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         An Epistle from Mr. Pope, to Dr. Arbuthnot

      London: J. Wright for Lawton Gilliver, 1735. First edition. [iv], 30 (i.e., 20) pp. Folio. Modern half calf and marbled boards. Title foxed, some light soiling throughout. First edition. [iv], 30 (i.e., 20) pp. Folio. Pope's celebrated poem in justification of his life and writings, published 2 January 1735, just eight weeks before the death of Arbuthnot on 27 February. The poem includes two of Pope's most vicious satires, his "Atticus Portrait" of Addison, and "Sporus Portrait" of Lord Hervey. Foxon P802; Griffith 352; Rothschild 1623. Provenance: Archibald Utterson (armorial bookplate, transferred); Louis & Anne Marie Davidson (bookplate)

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         Delle opere con le controversie sopra la Gerusalemme liberata, e con le annotazioni intere di vari autori, notabilmente in questa impressione accresciute.In Venezia, appresso Stefano Monti, e N.N. Compagno , 1735-42.

      In Venezia, appresso Stefano Monti, e N.N. Compagno 1735-42 - Dodici volumi di cm. 28, pp. 5500 ca. complessive. Con bella antip. allegorica incisa in rame, numerosi capilettera xil. istoriati. Legatura coeva in cartonato alla rustica con titoli ms. al dorso. In barbe. Antico timbretto araldico al frontespizio. Originari segni del tempo alle legature, qualche macchietta; lievi e perlopiù marginali aloni sparsi limitati a poche cc. Esemplare nel complesso fresco, genuino e ben conservato. Monumentale edizione delle opere tassiane (Gerusalemme liberata, Lettere e Rime; con annotazioni, commenti, polemiche). Il primo volume, originariamente edito nel 1722 e poi riproposto nel 1735, fu curato da Giuseppe Mauro, gli altri undici furono curati da Anton Federigo Seghezzi. Cfr. Gamba, 983; Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An Epistle from Mr. Pope, to Dr. Arbuthnot

      London: J. Wright for Lawton Gilliver, 1735. First edition. [iv], 30 (i.e., 20) pp. Folio. Modern half calf and marbled boards. Title foxed, some light soiling throughout. First edition. [iv], 30 (i.e., 20) pp. Folio. Pope's celebrated poem in justification of his life and writings, published 2 January 1735, just eight weeks before the death of Arbuthnot on 27 February. The poem includes two of Pope's most vicious satires, his "Atticus Portrait" of Addison, and "Sporus Portrait" of Lord Hervey. Foxon P802; Griffith 352; Rothschild 1623. Provenance: Archibald Utterson (armorial bookplate, transferred); Louis & Anne Marie Davidson (bookplate)

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