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        New Voyages to North-America (2 volumes)

      London: J. Osborn (Volume 1) / J. Walthoe, R. Wilkin, J. and J. Bonwicke, J. Osborn, S. Birt, T. Ward and E. Wicksteed (Volume 2), 1735. Second edition. Hardcover. 280; 304pp. Octavo [20.5 cm] Rebound in sturdy plain red cloth with gilt stamped titles on the spines. New endsheets and flyleaves. Very good. The covers are slightly rubbed, and the top edges of the text blocks are darkened. The spine ends are gently bumped and the spines are subtly rolled. The pages are foxed. The front pastedown of volume 1 is heavily abraded, exposing the underlining boards. The first original page of volume 1 is lightly chipped and has several closed tears in the surface and edges. The longest closed tear measures 4 inches long. This page has been professionally tipped into the text. There is a small closed tear in the fore edge margin of the title page of this volume as well. There are a contemporary owner's bookplates on the versos of the title pages. A Great Part of which never Printed in the Original. Lacking 4 plates. Has 19 illustrations, including 2 folding maps and 2 fold-outs. Baron Lahontan was Lord-Lieutenant of the French Colony at Placentia in New Foundland. Subjects include The Names of the Fish in the River of St. Laurence, From its Mouth to the Lakes of Canada, A View of the Diseases and Remedies of the Savages, An Account of the Amours and Marriages of the Savages, An Appendix, Containing Some New Voyages to Portugal and Denmark, and more.

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        Oeuvres d'Horace, en latin, traduites en françois par M. Dacier et le P. Sanadon avec les remarques critiques, historiques et geographiques de l'un & de l'autre.

      Amsterdam, Wetstein & Smith. 1735 - 8 Bände. 8°. Mit 2 gest. Frontisp., 8 (sich wiederholende) Titelvignetten und 2 gest. Anfangsvignetten. Lederbände der Zeit mit reicher Rückenverg. und Rückensch. Brunet III, 329. – "Edition fort belle et correcte. Elle est recherchée, et ne se trouve pas facilement bien conditionnée" (Brunet). – Einbände berieben und bestossen, Gelenke teilw. angeplatzt. Innen sehr sauberes Exemplar.

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        Medicina practica, clinica et forensis ...

      Lipsiae : Impensis Caspari Jacobi Eysselii, 1735, 4, (14), 640, (6) pp., Ledereinband d.Zt wie fast immer ohne das Portrait, Rücken erneuert. Selten - Erste Auflage, der lateinisch/deutschen "Medicina Practica, Clinica Et Forensis] Iohannis Daniel Gohlii, Medicinæ Doctoris, Fontis Soterici Freyenwaldensis ...Medicina Practica, Clinica Et Forensis, Sive Collectio Casvvm Rariorvm Ac Notabiliorvm Medico-Clinicorvm ... / Qvam Præmisso Beati Avctoris Vitæ Cvrricvlo In Lvcem Editit Samvel Scharrschmidivs, Medicinæ Licentiatvs."Gohl besuchte das Gymnasium in Berlin und Halle. Anschließend studierte er in Halle Sprachen und Jurisprudenz, seit 1696 - nach einer Krankheit - auch Medizin. Er wurde Schüler G. E. Stahls und F. Hoffmanns. In den Franckeschen Stiftungen war Gohl zeitweise tätig. Nach der Promotion 1698 ging er nach Berlin und übte etwa ein Jahr die ärztliche Praxis aus. Nach seiner Heirat ließ er sich 1699 wieder in Halle nieder, trieb Praxis und hielt medizinische Vorlesungen. Bald muß er jedoch in Gegensatz zu den dortigen Professoren geraten sein. Er zog erneut nach Berlin und war hier als praktischer Arzt tätig. 1711 wurde Gohl Brunnenarzt in Freienwalde - wo er sich von nun an im Sommer aufhielt - und Mitglied der Societät der Wissenschaften in Berlin. Seit 1721 war er Physikus des Oberbarnimschen Kreises mit dem Amtssitz in Wriezen. In der älteren Literatur wird Gohl als ein Anhänger Stahls angesehen, dem keine weitere Bedeutung zukomme. Seine medizinalstatistischen Arbeiten haben jedoch in neuerer Zeit volle Anerkennung gefunden. Gohl zählt zu den praktizierenden Ärzten, die sich um die Verbreitung praktischen medizinischen Wissens bemühten. Die von ihm seit 1717 herausgegebenen "Acta medicorum Berolinensium" sind ein bedeutendes Zeugnis der medizinischen Publizistik zu Beginn des 18. Jahrhunderts. Hier wurden unter anderem wahrscheinlich die beiden ersten deutschen Todesursachenstatistiken veröffentlicht (Band 4, 1719, Band 9, 1722). Gohl versuchte, auch die Geisteskrankheiten in das ärztliche Denken mit einzubeziehen und wissenschaftlich zu bearbeiten. - Mitglied der Leopoldina (1723)." NDB, Manfred StürzbecherWerke - Weitere W u. a. Gedancken v. gesunden u. langen Leben d. Menschen., Berlin 1709 Historia Pestis, ebd. 1709 Compendium od. Einl. z. Praxin clinicam, Frankfurt/O. 1715, 51755 Gantz generale Instruction v. d. Tugend u. Gebrauch d. Freyenwalder Gesundbrunnens., Berlin 1716 Versuch patriot. Gedancken üb. d. v. Vorurtheilen kranken Verstand., Halle 1729 Medicina practica, clinica et forensis, Leipzig 1735 weitere W b. A. v. Haller, Bibl. chirurgica, 1775, S. 39 f. ders., Bibl. anatomica, 1777, S. 58 f. mann, 1884 J. Pagel, Die Entwickelung d. Med. ders., Bibl. medicinae practicae, 1788, S. 246-54.siehe - ADB IX J. Graetzer, D. G. u. Chrstn. Kundin Berlin, 1897 K. Kißkalt, Ein Jubiläum d. med. Presse, in: Dt. Med. Wschr. 43, 1917, S. 48 f. A. Fischer, Gesch. d. dt. Gesundheitswesens, 1933 (P) W. Artelt, Med. Wiss. u. ärztl. Praxis im alten Berlin, 1948, S. 107 f. B. Harms, Qu.-schrr. z. Gesch. d. Berliner Med. im 18. Jh., in: Berliner Med. 13, 1962, S. 264 BLÄ.

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        De geheime brieven-schryver, aangetoond met verscheydene voorbeelden, voorstellende veele manieren om brieven te schryven welke niemant zal konnen verstaan als alleen de geene die de sleutel daar af heeft. Amsterdam, B. Mourik, [17..].

      Gebonden in 19e eeuws half linnen, 12+(4)+176 pag. C1920."De Vries 515; niet in v. Doorninck / de Kempenaer. Zeer zeldzaam vroeg boekje over geheimschrift, uit de tweede helft van de 18de eeuw (Mourik was werkzaam van 1735 tot 1791). In de opdracht aan 'krijgsoversten, bevelhebberen en kapiteynen' schrijft Mourik dat het boekje vooral bedoeld is voor militair gebruik, maar dat ook vorsten en staatslieden in het verleden de cryptografie gebruikten. Het voorbericht is ondertekend G. v. K. Uit dit voorwoord en uit de verdere tekst blijkt dat we hier met een oorspronkelijk Nederlands werk te maken hebben. Een drempelgedicht is ondertekend N. Patricius. De tekst bestaat uit 77 voorbeelden van geheimschrift, onzichtbare inkten, het verstoppen van beschreven papiertjes (o.a. in de maag van een hond) etc."

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        Hedendaagsche historie of Tegenwoordige Staat (...) VII, behelzende den Tegenwoordigen Staat van Rusland, Zweden, Denemarken en Noorwegen, als mede van de landen onder de Noord Pool gelegen en van de Groenlandsche visscherij. Amsterdam, Tirion, 1735.

      Gebonden in half leer uit de tijd, pp. 317 t/m 976+(8). Geillustreerd met 4 uitvouwbare kaarten (Rusland, Zweden/Noorwegen, Denemarken en Noorpool), 1 plattegrond (St. Petersburg), 4 gravures en 3 portretten.

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        LA VERDAD DEFENDIDA CONTRA DISTINTAS PROPOSICIONES DE EL PAPEL EN QVE EL MAESTRO D. ISIDORO DE AREBALO CHANTRE DIGNIDAD DE ESTA SANTA IGLESIA, Y PROVISOR DE SU ARZOBISPADO EN SEDE VACANTE. SOBRE EL NOMRAMIENTO DE CAPELLANES DE ARMADAS, GALLEONES, Y OTROS.

      Manila: En la Imprenta de la Compañia de Iesus, 1735. - [3],41 leaves. Folio. Bound to style in full calf ruled in gilt. Corners of text block slightly worn, a few very minor chips at edges. Contemporary manuscript inscription across head of titlepage. Near fine. An outstanding and appealing Manila imprint published by the Jesuits at their press in 1735. Visually, the titlepage is quite striking and unusual, with the title itself, four small woodcuts of winged angels at each corner, and a number of vine leaf ornaments all within a frame composed of varied tools. The tract itself is a response to an argument published by Ysidoro de Arévalo that the Governor of Manila in the absence of the Archbishop did not plan to contest the requests of Royal treasury officers and assessors, and to introduce himself into the process of appointing and confirming chaplains for the Spanish fleets, galleons, and other military ships in the area. Extremely rare, with only two copies located, at the British Library and the Newberry Library. MEDINA, MANILA 196. PALAU 62552.

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        Institutiones Hispanae Practico-Theorico Commentatae.

      Madrid, infanzon, 1735. - Mit gestochener Wappenvignette, 4 Blatt, IV, 576, 7 Blatt, Lederband der Zeit, 24 x 17 cm, Einband etwas berieben, Titel verso mit alten handschriftlichen Anmerkungen, innen teils etwas fleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LA VERDAD DEFENDIDA CONTRA DISTINTAS PROPOSICIONES DE EL PAPEL EN QVE EL MAESTRO D. ISIDORO DE AREBALO CHANTRE DIGNIDAD DE ESTA SANTA IGLESIA, Y PROVISOR DE SU ARZOBISPADO EN SEDE VACANTE... SOBRE EL NOMRAMIENTO DE CAPELLANES DE ARMADAS, GALLEONES, Y OTROS

      Manila: En la Imprenta de la Compañia de Iesus, 1735. [3],41 leaves. Folio. Bound to style in full calf ruled in gilt. Corners of text block slightly worn, a few very minor chips at edges. Contemporary manuscript inscription across head of titlepage. Near fine. An outstanding and appealing Manila imprint published by the Jesuits at their press in 1735. Visually, the titlepage is quite striking and unusual, with the title itself, four small woodcuts of winged angels at each corner, and a number of vine leaf ornaments all within a frame composed of varied tools. The tract itself is a response to an argument published by Ysidoro de Arévalo that the Governor of Manila in the absence of the Archbishop did not plan to contest the requests of Royal treasury officers and assessors, and to introduce himself into the process of appointing and confirming chaplains for the Spanish fleets, galleons, and other military ships in the area. Extremely rare, with only two copies located, at the British Library and the Newberry Library. MEDINA, MANILA 196. PALAU 62552.

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        Befestigungsplan mit Karte der Umgebung und Einzeichnungen von Truppenstellungen im Jahre 1734 ('Grundris der Vestung Philippsburg nebst Denen Feindlichen Attaquen, Cirumvalations-Linien u. Batterien, aus welchen die Französische Armee den 23. May. 1734. die Vestung zu belagern, und den 7. Iuny, selbige zu beschiessen angefangen, und nach tapferer Defension des Comendanten, Herrn General-Feld-Marschall-Leutenanten, Baron v. Wuttgenau, erst den 18. Iuly, per Accord erobert wie auch die Situation der Kayserlichen u. Reichs-Armee, so bey Wiesenthal campirt, und gegen die Feidliche zu approchiren angefangen, auf das accurateste vorgestellst von Einem berühmten Ingenieur L.S.C. Nürnberg erlegt von Adam Ionathan Felseckers, S. Erben').

      - Kupferstich v. L.S.C. b. Adam Jonathan Felseckers Erben in Nürnberg, 1735, 47,5 x 58,5 Vgl. Schefold 32086 (Mit abweichendem Text); nicht bei Drugulin und Kat. Halle. - Zeigt Philippsburg mit Befestigungsplan und Karte der Umgebung bis Waghäusel und Rußheim sowie Einzeichnungen von Truppenstellungen im Jahre 1734. - Unten links Insetansicht von Philipssburg mit der Belagerung ('Das durch die Bomben ruinirte Philippsburg') - Oben links Erklärungen zur Situation. - Seltener Einblattdruck!

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        De cultibus magicis eorumque perpetuo ad ecclesiam et rempublicam habitu libri duo. . Quibus multa Juris Auctorumque veterum loca male hactenus intellecta vindicantur, simul Jurispudentia Legislatoria illustratur. Editio II aucta et emendata. (2 Bde. in einem Bd.) Beigebunden: De Ritu ignis natali Joannis Baptistae die accensi Dissertatio.

      8, 20 Bl., 376 S. 377-400 S. (Dissertatio), mit vier gestoch. Titel- und Schlussvignetten , Ldr. d. Zeit m Rückenschild, Deckel u. 50 Bl wasserrändig, ansonsten sauber 2. durchgesehene Ausgabe. - Constantin Franz Florian Anton von Cauz (1735-97), hervorragender Gelehrter, Studium in Wien, zuerst Philosophie , später Jurist u.Geschichtsforscher ... bekämpfte mit diesem Werke mit Erfolg die abergläubischen, noch zu seiner Zeit blühenden Ansichten über Hexen- und Zauberwesen, Vampyre und dergleichen Ausgeburten des Wahns oder verschmitzter Verdummungssucht, die aus dem Aberglauben des Volkes Nutzen zu ziehen suchten. Das Werk machte Aufsehen, aber der Verfasser entging auch nicht den Verfolgungen jener Partei, gegen deren Umtriebe er zu Felde zog. Der Erfolg blieb jedoch nicht aus, die Hexenprocesse und alle jene aus dem Glauben an dergleichen Unsinn entsprungenen Vorurtheile und haarsträubende Proceduren nahmen ein Ende " (BLKÖ). Enthält im 2. Teil u. a. die Verordnungen zur Bestrafung der Hexen durch Ludwig XIV. von 1682.

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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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        Conclusiones philosophicae quis sub faustissimis auspicijs D. Joseph, beatissimae virginis Mariae sponsi Ravenna A.M. de Landis 1735.

      "Diss. Ravenna godgeleerdheid 1735 ; 1 blad plano met ornament-rand".

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        Christian Joseph Jagemanns geographische Beschreibung des Großherzogthums Toskana.

      (48), 386 S. 8, Ganzlederband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung Chr. J. Jagemann (1735-1804) war ein deutscher Gelehrter, Hofrat und Bibliothekar der Herzogin Anna Amalia in Weimar. Die Beschreibung des Großherzogtums Toskana verfasste er während seines mehrjährigen Aufenthalts in Florenz. Exlibris. Kleine Fehlstelle am Rücken. Gelegentlich leicht stockfleckig sonst recht gut erhalten.

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        De praeclaris mediolani aedificiis quae Aenobarbi cladem antecesserunt dissertatio cum duplici appendice altera de sculpturis ejusdem urbis, in qua nonnulla usque hac inedita monumenta proferentur; altera de carcere Zebedeo, ubi nunc primum.

      in Regia Curia, 1735. In-4? (cm. 25,8), legatura coeva in p. pergamena rigida con nervi e titolo in oro al dorso; pp. [18] 124 [IV] 125-194 [i.e. 210] XXIV in ottimo stato e fresche, con 21 tavole illustrative f.t. (di cui 2 a doppia pagina e 2 ripiegate inclusa la pianta di Milano); titolo in rosso e nero con splendida vignetta in rame, testatina e capolettera in rame; Ex libris applicato al foglio di guardia. Prima edizione di un'opera ?saviamente concepita? [Cicognara 4240] sui principali monumenti esistenti a Milano prima della distruzione del Barbarossa (mura, templi pagani, arco romano, circo, teatro, anfiteatro, acquedotti, ecc.). Cfr. Predari 108; Schlosser 572; Binda 27; Hoepli 1266; Lozzi 2637. Ottimo esemplare.

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        1735 History of Spanish Conquest of Mexico Solis Aztec Hernan Cortes Montezuma

      En Sevilla, este presente ano de 1735. - 1735 History of Spanish Conquest of Mexico Solis Aztec Hernan Cortes Montezuma “The fleet was destroyed at the instance of the soldiers, that Cortes alone might not be obliged to make good the payment of the ships, but the troops.” – Solis, History (Townshend translation, 1770) A famous book on Spanish conquests – one of the most important European sources on Latin American history. Antonio de Solis’s “Historia de la Conquista de Mexico” was extremely popular in both Europe and in the Americas and was known by important colonial figures in Latin and European colonies. It deals, mainly, with Hernando Cortez and his command of invading forces of Moctezuma II and the Aztecs. Specific interactions include: • Cortez sailing from Trinidad to Havana, difficulties in voyages • Cortez at Cozumel, organizing his troops • Aztec opposition at the River of Grijalva • Spanish attempts to make peace with Cazique of Tobasco • Accounts of Moctezuma’s army and troop sizes • The Zempoalans, people of Zimpazingo • Conversion of Aztec temples into Catholic churches • Account of Hernando Cortez executing resolution to sink his ships • Manner of Aztec government • Prisoners and tortures • Mexican culture – festivals, marriages, rites and customs • Death of Cortez • Plus much more! A first Seville edition, printed in folio and two column formatting. Bound in vellum with leather ties. Item number: #760 Price: $950 SOLIS, Antonio de, y Ribadeneyra Historia de la conquista de Mexico, poblacion, y progressos de la America Septentrional, conocida por el nombre de Nueva Espana. En Sevilla, este presente ano de 1735. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [10], 349, [15] • Binding: Vellum; tight and secure • References: Medina, Biblioteca 3007; • Language: Spanish • Size: ~12in X 8.5in (30cm x 22cm) 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! 760 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Befestigungsplan von Strassburg u. Kehl ('Plan De Strasbourg Sa Citadelle et le Fort de Kehl avec tout les Quvrages qui ont este Construit Pendant La Paix. - par du Chaffat Capitaine et Ingenieur de la Rep. d'Ulm Anno 1735 Cum Priv. S.C.M. - J.G. Ringlin sculps. A.V.').

      - Kupferstich v. Johann Georg Ringlin in Augsburg n. Antoine du Chaffat, dat. 1735, 51 x 71,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. A - D, S. 251 (Antoine du Chaffat, died 1750. French military cartographer and engraver in Bavarian service in Ulm). - Selten!

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        Lyst van scheepen, welke volgens tydinge (ingekomen in de maanden January en February, 1735.) zouden gebleven, gestrant ofte waar elders beschadigt binnen gelopen zyn. ... daar by ... gevoegt zyn, de Lyst van scheepen, welke ... in Texel, ... gearriveert of ... van daar in zee gegaan zyn. Voor de maanden January en February, 1735. With: (2) Lyst van scheepen, ... in Texel ofte de Maas ... Voor de maand Maart, 1735. (3) Lyst van scheepen, ... in Texel ofte de Maas ... Voor de maand April, 1735. Amsterdam, widow of J. van Egmont, [1735]. 3 works in 1 volume. 4to. With the same small woodcut vignette on the title-page of each of the 3 works (a winged putto with foliage and fruits). Modern white sheepskin(?), blue paper sides.

      Not in Cat. NHSM; Knuttel; Picarta; STCN; WorldCat. Only copies located of the first three issues covering four months (all known to have been published) of lists ships lost, stranded or returned damaged, giving the name of the ship and captain, the port of origin and/or destination, and the final location (with some information about the circumstances). They also include some information about ships wrecked earlier when news of their fate has only recently been received. They also include lists of all ships going to and from the Island Texel (and for March and April also out of and into the Maas River), again giving the names of the ships and captains, and their port of departure or destination. Texel and the Maas were among the most important centres of the international shipping trade. Besides the many European points of origin and destination (from Ireland and Spain to Estonia and Saint Petersburg, and from Norway to Italy), the lists include ships going to or coming from Smyrna (Izmir), Guinea, Ceylon, Batavia (Jakarta), Greenland, Strait Davis, Surinam, Curacao, New York and elsewhere. Altogether they cover several hundred voyages.The books themselves make it clear that they were the first three issues of what was supposed to be a continuing serial publication, and the issue for April 1735 still explicitly says it is to be continued monthly, but the present copies of the first three issues covering January to April 1735 (January and February in a single issue) are the only ones known to survive. It seems likely no more were published and that the short life of the publication and ephemeral nature of its contents led people to discard issues when they became out of date. Fortunately the present copies survived.In very good condition. An essential source for any study of the shipping trade ca. 1735.

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        Gesamtansicht, "Hierosolyma - Jerusalem".

      - Kupferstich v. I.C. Leopold n. F.B. Werner, um 1735, 16 x 28,5 Marsch, F.B. Werner, p. 159 Nr. 82 (Variante ohne Nummer). Im Himmel Spruchband mit Titel, rechts und links davon 2 Putti mit Erklärungen von 1 - 24. Unter der Ansicht Stadtbeschreibung in lat. u. deutscher Sprache, mittig das Stadtwappen. - 1. Zustand, aber ohne Nr. 61 unten links und ohne "I2" unten rechts.

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        Scriptores Rei Rusticae veteres latini Cato, Varro, Columella, Palladius, quibus acc. Vegetius De mulo-medicina et Gargilii Martialis fragmentum. Adj.notae vir.clar.integrae tum editae tum ineditae et lexicon rei rusticae.

      With folding engraved frontispiece by Bernard Picart and title-vignette and 4 folding plates, i.a. on viniculture. Two volumes in one binding, each with its own title page. Contemporary vellum over boards. Title in ink to spine. Gesner, Johann Matthias (1691-1761) And Marcus Porcius Cato.A collection of classical works on agriculture and natural history thought to have been assembled in the Middle Ages, and certainly printed at least 5 times before 1501

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        Instructions for Collectors of Excise, in prosecutions before Justices of the Peace, for forfeitures incurred, or offences committed against the laws relating to the duties of excise, and other duties under the management of the Commissioners of Excise. With some observations on several clauses in the Excise-Acts, and other Acts relating to such proceedings, and to proceedings upon appeals, at the Quarter-Sessions, in those cases. And some precedents of informations, summons, judgments, and warrants to be used in such cases. In two parts.

      London: J Tonson, 1735. 8vo, two parts in one volume, but with continuous signatures and pagination, (8) + 444 + (18)pp, a few minor stains and ink marks, contemporary panelled calf, neatly rebacked, with a label. A very good crisp copy. Second edition: first published in 1716. Hanson 2245. Sweet & Maxwell I, 327 (#53). This 2nd edition not in Kress, Goldsmiths or Massie. John Ellis [fl. 1716] is known to history only for this authoritative legal treatise on Excise law. It seems he was on the staff of the Excise Office in London.

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        The chace [chase]. A poem. By William Somervile, Esq

      London: Printed for G. Hawkins, and sold by T. Cooper at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row, 1735. First Edition. Full Calf. Near Fine. 4to: [12],106,[2]pp, with frontispiece by Scotin after Gravelot of Apollo receiving his lyre and Diana, goddess of the hunt. Contemporary full mottled calf, spine in six compartments gilt, red morocco lettering piece gilt. An excellent, wide-margined copy, collated and complete, expertly recornered, joints skillfully reinforced, head caps rebuilt. Very minor worming to rear end papers and a few adjacent pages, far from any text, with most pages bright and fresh. Printed by William Bowyer, whose records show 750 copies produced. Provenance: engraved armorial bookplate of John West, first Earl De La Warr (1693-1766), to front paste down, and on the front fly leaf the engraved bookplate of the dukes of Gloucester with the order of the garter motto, 'Honi Soit qui Mal Y Pense,' surmounted by a crown. Foxon S562. According to the ODNB, Somervile had two major interests, writing poetry and the hunting. Both were united in this, his major work, comprising four books of Miltonic blank verse through which he conveyed the excitement and dangers of the hunt. The poem also traces the history of hunting up to the Norman Conquest and provides all manner of incidental information on kennel design; hare, stag, and otter hunting; the breeding and training of dogs, and dog diseases and bites. It's interesting to speculate on West's association with Somervile, who dedicated this, his major work, to Frederick, prince of Wales. In March,1736, West was sent to Saxe-Gotha to accompany Princess Augusta to England, where she was to become Frederick's consort.

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        DESCRIPTION DE L'ÉGYPTE, contenant plusieurs remarques curieuses sur la Géographie ancienne et moderne de ce Païs, sur ses Monumens anciens, sur les Moeurs, les Coutumes, & la Religion des Habitans, sur le Gouvernement & le Commerce, sur les Animaux, les Arbres, les Plantes, etc. Composée sur les Mémoires de M. de Maillet, ancien Consul de France au Caire.

      1735 - Paris, Genneau et Rollin, 1735. In-quarto (208 X 254 mm) basane brune, encadrements de filets à froid sur les plats, dos cinq nerfs, caissons dorés ornés aux petits fers, large dentelle dorée en queue, pièce de titre maroquin rouge, coupes et coiffes ornées, tranches rouges (reliure de l?époque); (1) f. blanc, portrait-frontispice, XXI pages, (1) page et (1) f. de table des lettres, 328 pages, 242 pages, (5) ff. de table des matières, errata, approbation et privilège, (1) f. blanc. Petit manque de papier dans la marge supérieure du feuillet des pages 81/82, avec perte d?une lettre dans le titre («S» de «Description»). ÉDITION ORIGINALE de cet ouvrage composé sur les mémoires de Benoît de MAILLET (1656-1738), consul de France en Égypte et inspecteur des Établissements français au Levant. Il contient un PORTRAIT frontispice de Benoît de Maillet gravé par Étienne Jeaurat, une CARTE dépliante de l'Égypte et 7 PLANCHES gravées sur vélin fort, dont 2 dépliantes, représentant une vue et un plan du Mikias, le beaume et l'aiguille de la Matarée, l'aiguille de Cléopâtre et la colonne de Pompée, le plan de l'intérieur de la grande Pyramide, le plan et la vue d'un des puits des momies, et la représentation de l'une d'entre-elles, enfin une figure de l'Ichneumon et d'un hippopotame. (Hage-Chahine, 2743 - Gay, 2105). BEL EXEMPLAIRE en reliure d?époque. FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Lyst van scheepen, welke volgens tydinge (ingekomen in de maanden January en February, 1735.) zouden gebleven, gestrant ofte waar elders beschadigt binnen gelopen zyn. . daar by gevoegt zyn, de Lyst van scheepen, welke . in Texel, . gearriveert of . van daar in zee gegaan zyn. Voor de maanden January en February, 1735.With:(2) Lyst van scheepen, . in Texel ofte de Maas . Voor de maand Maart, 1735.(3) Lyst van scheepen, . in Texel ofte de Maas . Voor de maand April, 1735. Amsterdam, widow of J. van Egmont, [1735]. 3 works in 1 volume. 4to. With the same small woodcut vignette on the title-page of each of the 3 works (a winged putto with foliage and fruits). Modern white sheepskin(?), blue paper sides.

      - Not in Cat. NHSM; Knuttel; Picarta; STCN; WorldCat. Only copies located of the first three issues covering four months (all known to have been published) of lists ships lost, stranded or returned damaged, giving the name of the ship and captain, the port of origin and/or destination, and the final location (with some information about the circumstances). They also include some information about ships wrecked earlier when news of their fate has only recently been received. They also include lists of all ships going to and from the Island Texel (and for March and April also out of and into the Maas River), again giving the names of the ships and captains, and their port of departure or destination. Texel and the Maas were among the most important centres of the international shipping trade. Besides the many European points of origin and destination (from Ireland and Spain to Estonia and Saint Petersburg, and from Norway to Italy), the lists include ships going to or coming from Smyrna (Izmir), Guinea, Ceylon, Batavia (Jakarta), Greenland, Strait Davis, Surinam, Curacao, New York and elsewhere. Altogether they cover several hundred voyages.The books themselves make it clear that they were the first three issues of what was supposed to be a continuing serial publication, and the issue for April 1735 still explicitly says it is to be continued monthly, but the present copies of the first three issues covering January to April 1735 (January and February in a single issue) are the only ones known to survive. It seems likely no more were published and that the short life of the publication and ephemeral nature of its contents led people to discard issues when they became out of date. Fortunately the present copies survived.In very good condition. An essential source for any study of the shipping trade ca. 1735.

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        CONSIDERAZIONI del Marchese Giovan Gioseffo Orsi bolognese, Sopra la Maniera di Ben Pensare ne' Componimenti, gia pubblicata dal padre Domenico Bouhours della Compagnia di Gesu. S'aggiungono tutte le scritture . colla di lui Vita e colle sue Rime.

      Bartolomeo Soliani, Modena 1735 - Opera in due volumi in 4°, legatura coeva in pergamena, titoli al dorso, ex libris figurato al verso del piatto, sguardie, 2 magnifiche tavole xilografiche in antiporta (una animatissima scena allegorica al primo volume ed un grande stemma araldico al secondo), frontespizi, prefazione e dedicatoria ad Antonio Rambaldo, XIX, (1), 1 tavola f.t. con ritratto dell'autore, occhiello, altra prefazione, 1 tavola con ritratto del gesuita Bouhours, 726, XXIV, 648 pp., testatine ornate, capilettera istoriati e finalini xilografici ornamentali a piena pagina. I due volumi raccolgono i testi di quella che Toffanin nel suo studio sull'Arcadia definì la prima polemica letteraria internazionale, che vide alcuni tra i maggiori eruditi e letterati italiani del tempo, tra i quali Eustachio Manfredi e Girolamo Baruffaldi, guidati dall'Orsi, schierarsi contro il gesuita francese Dominique Bouhours, che nel suo trattato sulla Maniera di ben pensare ne' componimenti (1687) aveva accusato la tradizione poetica italiana di mancanza di verità e di eccesso di retorica. Come è noto, anche il trattato Della perfetta poesia italiana del Muratori (pubblicato anch'esso da Soliani, stampatore ducale a Modena, nel 1706) era stato in origine concepito come replica al padre Bouhours: cfr. il volume dedicato al Settecento nella Storia della letteratura italiana diretta da Enrico Malato per l'editore Salerno. Splendida rara edizione, stampata su ottima carta vergata, ancor fresca e frusciante, molto curata editorialmente ed arricchita dalle 4 tavole f.t. e dai numerosi fregi ornamentali. In perfetto stato.

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        Designs of inigo Jones and others

      London: Isaac Ware, 1735. First edition. Hardcover. Modern red leatherette, spine lettered and decorated in gilt. Near fine. 4 text leaves. 25 x 18.5 cm. Engraved pictorial title on pedestal, 48 engraved plates on 46 sheets by Fourdrinier numbered 1-53, six folding plates. FOWLER, 437. "The plates were engraved by P. Fourdrinier from designs of Isaac Ware of the works of three architects, Inigo Jones, Lord Burlington and William Kent." COLVIN p.865. "Although Ware was probably a protégé and certainly an associate of Lord Burlington, his conformity to Pallladian orthodoxy was by no means complete." MILLARD 88. Fresh copy, plates bright and clean, marbled endpapers, only ex-library mark on spine: Dewey decimal.

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        Lettres d'un cultivateur Américain addressées à Wm. S...on Esq. depuis l'Année 1770 jusqu'en 1786.Paris, Cuchet Libraire, 1787. 4 volumes. 8vo. With 3 full-page engraved title-pages with engraved vignette, 1 full-page engraved frontispiece, 5 folding engraved maps, 3 engraved plates, 2 full-page and 1 folding. 19th-century dark blue half morocco, top-edges gilt.

      Howes C-883; JCB 3122; LeClerc 860; Sabin 17495. "Best French edition and most compete of all editions" (Howes); second French edition of a famous collection of captivating letters on 18th-century life in America. Michel-Guillaume Jean de Crevecoeur (1735-1813), who wrote under the name of Hector St John, was born in Normandy. He arrived in the New World in 1754 and explored the region of the Great Lakes and the East Coast before marrying and settling on a farm in Pine Hill, Orange County New York, in 1769. He began to write essay-like letters, describing the many opportunities of America, tales of immigrants from different countries, life on the frontier, relations with Indians, life as a farmer, the Amish, slavery, his journey through the Ohio basin, etc. They are characterized by his first-hand experience, his enthusiasm for his adoptive fatherland, his empathy with the plight of the people he meets and the liveliness of his style, giving them a distinct place in the American literature of the 18th century. With the bookplates of Josiah Kirby Lilly. Repaired tear in first map and some marginal damage to large folding map before it was mounted onto linen. Good copy.

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        Hedendaagsche historie, of tegenwoordige staat van alle volkeren.... VII. deel. Behelzende... Rusland, Zweden, Denemarken en Noorwegen... de landen onder de Noord Pool gelegen en van de Groenlandsche visschery.Amsterdam, Isaak Tirion, 1735. 8vo. With engraved frontispiece and 12 engraved plates (4 folding maps, 1 folding plan, 3 portraits, 1 full-page and 3 views) by Jan Caspar Philips and J. Keyser. Contemporary half roan.

      Muller, Bibl. Neerlando-Russe 311; Tiele, Bibl. 1033. First Dutch edition of a description of Russia, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and the Arctic region, with interesting details on whaling, translated from the English and greatly enlarged by the Remonstrant minister Matthias van Goch. The chapters on whaling deal with Greenland and the Davis Strait, with comments on both the English and Dutch whaling activities in the area. One chapter discusses the different whale species living in the waters around Greenland, with an illustration of a bowhead whale, a spermwhale and a walrus. The other plates include a plan of St. Petersburg, maps of Russia, Sweden, Denmark and the North Pole, animals, and portraits of the rulers of the regions described.Binding chafed, stamp on verso of title-page. A very good untrimmed copy.

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        Oratio inauguralis, de incremento philologiae sacrae ab idonea Arabiae atque Palaestinae exploratione sperando. Franeker, Willem Coulon, 1762. Folio. With a woodcut coat of arms of the province of Friesland on the title-page. Modern boards.

      STCN (3 copies); for the author: NNBW IX, col. 644. First and only edition of an inaugural lecture by Samuel Hendrik Manger (1735-1791), appointed ordinary professor of oriental languages and of Hebrew antiquities at the University of Franeker in 1760. Partly under the influence of the orientalist Albert Schultens, Manger valued Arabic studies for the insights they gave into Old Testament scholarship. In his present inaugural lecture, he discusses the controversial expedition to Palestine that several scholars were planning to make in that year. It shows his interest in archaeological research carried out in expeditions instigated by the German scholar Johann David Michaëlis. Manger believed they would inaugurate a new era in Biblical scholarship. In very good condition and with very large margins, with only some minor marginal foxing in the title-page and an occasional unobtrusive small stain.

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        Les oeuvres de Monsieur de Mont-Fleury contenant ses pieces de theatre EDITION ORIGINALE

      à La Haye: Chez J. Van den Kieboom|& Gerard Block|& Adrien Van Dorsten, 1735. Fine. Chez J. Van den Kieboom & Gerard Block & Adrien Van Dorsten, à La Haye 1735, in-12 (9,5x17cm), (8) 7-547p. (6) 484pp., 2 volumes reliés. - Collective Edition, illustrated frontispiece and two 12 figures before the letter, unsigned. Binding full glossy golden calf contemporary. Back with nerves decorated. Part of title and volume number in red morocco. Inner lace and cuts. Gilt edges. Mors partly restored. Beautiful copy, in a good binding. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, illustrée de deux frontispices et de 12 figures avant la lettre, non signés. Une vignette de titre répétée sur les deux tomes. Pages de titre en rouge et noir. Reliures en plein veau blond glacé d'époque. Dos à nerfs ornés d'un petit fleuron répété et caissoné. Pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Dentelle intérieure et sur les coupes. Tranches dorées. Les figures sont un peu plus courtes en marge externe. Mors en partie restaurés. Bel exemplaire, dans une bonne reliure. Fils de l'illustre comédien Montfleury, et attaché comme lui à l'Hôtel de Bourgogne, ses première pièces furent des farces vers 1660, puis produisant à peu près une pièce par an, il évolua vers la satire et la critique de mœurs. Il fut un rival de Molière, qui avait raillé son père dans L'Impromptu de Versailles (à laquelle il répondit par L'Impromptu de l'Hôtel de Condé), mais alors que Molière puise sa manière dans le théâtre italien, Montfleury s'est librement inspiré du théâtre espagnol, son théâtre comique n'est pas une comédie de caractères mais une satire de la société contemporaine. Ex-libris gravé aux armes du XIXème Ph. L. de Bordes de Fortage.

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        Lettres d'un cultivateur Américain addressées à Wm. S...on Esq. depuis l'Année 1770 jusqu'en 1786.Paris, Cuchet Libraire, 1787. 4 volumes. 8vo. With 3 full-page engraved title-pages with engraved vignette, 1 full-page engraved frontispiece, 5 folding engraved maps, 3 engraved plates, 2 full-page and 1 folding. 19th-century half dark blue morocco, top-edges gilt.

      Howes C-883; JCB 3122; LeClerc 860; Sabin 17495. "Best French edition and most compete of all editions" (Howes); second French edition of a famous collection of captivating letters on 18th-century life in America. Michel-Guillaume Jean de Crevecoeur (1735-1813), who wrote under the name of Hector St John, was born in Normandy. He arrived in the New World in 1754 and explored the region of the Great Lakes and the East Coast before marrying and settling on a farm in Pine Hill, Orange County New York, in 1769. He began to write essay-like letters, describing the many opportunities of America, tales of immigrants from different countries, life on the frontier, relations with Indians, life as a farmer, the Amish, slavery, his journey through the Ohio basin, etc. They are characterized by his first-hand experience, his enthusiasm for his adoptive fatherland, his empathy with the plight of the people he meets and the liveliness of his style, giving them a distinct place in the American literature of the eighteenth century. With the bookplates of Josiah Kirby Lilly. Repaired tear in first map and some marginal damage to large folding map before it was mounted onto linen. Good copy.

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        Della famiglia Montalto, libri III / scritti da Giuseppe Aurelio di Gennaro

      Bologna : Eredi di G. Longhi, 1735. First Edition. Title page torn with loss to the imprint line. Very good overall in the original, full limp vellum over boards. Generalized wear to the spine bands and panel edges. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.; 8vo 8"" - 9"" tall; 152 pages; Physical description; 20 p. l., 152 p. : front., illus., fold. geneal. table (lacking). ; 27 cm. Head and tail pieces; historiated initials. Subjects; Montalto family. Nobility - Italy - Naples - Biography.

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        Causes Celebres et Interessantes, Avec Les Jugemens Qui Les Ont Decidees: Tomes I - XI

      Le Haye: Chez Jean Neaulme, 1735. Hardcover. No jacket. Text in French. Contains 11 volumes. Boards and spines are scored and worn. Spines and spine sides are creased. Minor cracks on spine sides. Spine text is missing on volumes V, VI, VIII. IX and X. Spine ends, edges and leading corners are worn and bumped. Leading corners are slightly split and bent. Some minor loss on spine ends. Page blocks are discoloured and lightly marked. Pastedowns and endpapers are tanned and marked. Ink on BEP and rear pastedown of volume VI. Pages are warped. Text is legible throughout. Binding remains intact. HJW. hardcover. Good/No Dust Jacket. Used.

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        The History of the Revolutions of Portugal. by M. L'Abbé De Vertot, ... - [Translated by G. Roussillon]. [[ Histoire Des Révolutions De Portugal. English]

      London : Printed For Mess. Knapton, D. Midwinter, E. Curll, W. Innys, R. Robinson [And 3 Others In London], 1735. Fourth Edition. Full contemporary aniline calf. Professional and sympathetically respined. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. Board extremities rubbed and dulled. Remains an uncommonly good example - scans etc. On request. ; 139 pages; Physical desc. : [16], 139, [11], 14, [2]p. , plates ; 8vo. Dedication signed: E. C. Referenced by: ESTC T081955. Revised, and considerably enlarged, by the author. Done into English from the last Paris edition.

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        Memorie van den Graave de Grasse, betreffende de actien in de West-Indiën voorgevallen. [Amsterdam?, 1782]. With 8 large folding engraved nautical nautical charts. With: (2) [KINSBERGEN, Jan Hendrik van]. Korte schets over de noodzaaklykheid van de kennisse van het menschlyk hart voor een chef.Amsterdam, Gerard Hulst van Keulen, 1791. (3) [KINSBERGEN, Jan Hendrik van]. Korte verklaringe van verscheidene actiën tusschen de Engelsche en Fransche vlooten, geduurende den laatsten oorlog. In de West-Indiën voorgevallen.Amsterdam, Gerard Hulst van Keulen, 1791. With 21 folding engraved plates including nautical charts showing the French and English fleets near Grenada, Basseterre, Martinique, Guadeloupe, St. Kitts and Santo Domingo on Hispaniola. 3 works in 1 volume. Royal 4to (29 x 23.5 cm). Contemporary gold-tooled mottled calf.

      Cat NHSM, pp. 925-926; Sloos, Warfare 09118 bis, 09163, 09169; cf. Sabin 28333 (French ed. of ad 1). Three first editions of works on naval tactics and accounts of battles between the English and French fleets in the West Indies, written (2 & 3) or translated (1) by Jan Hendrik van Kinsbergen (1735-1819), the famous Dutch admiral. Ad 1: An account of the British Admiral George Rodney's defeat of the French at the Battle of the Saintes in the West Indies in 1782, written by Count F.J.P. de Grasse-Tilly (1722-1788), the commander of the French fleet (who was imprisoned by Rodney), with extensive descriptions of naval tactics. Ad 2: An unusually early discussion of military psychology, namely an argument that a naval officer needs to understand the ''human heart'' of his soldiers. Ad 3: An account of the naval battles and tactics of the French and English fleets in the West Indies.Sloos describes a "large paper copy". If copies were produced on large and small paper the present copy must also be on large paper, for it has margins of about 8 cm at the fore-edge and foot. With a hole restored in first title-page, an occasional small marginal tear or water stain in the folding maps, and toward the end a few marginal browned patches, but otherwise in very good condition. Binding scuffed and the hinges of the binding have been reinforced. Most of the tooling remains clear.

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        Lettres d'un cultivateur Américain addressées à Wm. S.on Esq. depuis l'Année 1770 jusqu'en 1786.Paris, Cuchet Libraire, 1787. 4 volumes. 8vo. With 3 full-page engraved title-pages with engraved vignette, 1 full-page engraved frontispiece, 5 folding engraved maps, 3 engraved plates, 2 full-page and 1 folding. 19th-century half dark blue morocco, top-edges gilt.

      - Howes C-883; JCB 3122; LeClerc 860; Sabin 17495. "Best French edition and most compete of all editions" (Howes); second French edition of a famous collection of captivating letters on 18th-century life in America. Michel-Guillaume Jean de Crevecoeur (1735-1813), who wrote under the name of Hector St John, was born in Normandy. He arrived in the New World in 1754 and explored the region of the Great Lakes and the East Coast before marrying and settling on a farm in Pine Hill, Orange County New York, in 1769. He began to write essay-like letters, describing the many opportunities of America, tales of immigrants from different countries, life on the frontier, relations with Indians, life as a farmer, the Amish, slavery, his journey through the Ohio basin, etc. They are characterized by his first-hand experience, his enthusiasm for his adoptive fatherland, his empathy with the plight of the people he meets and the liveliness of his style, giving them a distinct place in the American literature of the eighteenth century. With the bookplates of Josiah Kirby Lilly. Repaired tear in first map and some marginal damage to large folding map before it was mounted onto linen. Good copy.

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        Stadtplan, ( 36,5 x 56,5), darunter 4 kleine Ansichten, "Accurater Grundris der Königl. Spanischen Haupt und Residentz Stadt Madrit mit denen Prospecten des Königl. Schlosses und andern Lust Gebaeuen".

      - altkol. Kupferstich b. Homann Erben, um 1735, 48,5 x 56,5 Fauser, Nr. 8255. - Über dem Plan Kopftitel. Der Stadtplan ( mit Hervorhebung der wichtigen Gebäude ) füllt die oberen 2/3 des Blattes aus, darunter 4 Teilansichten, je ca. 11 x 13,5 cm. (königl. Schloß, Place Major mit einem Stierkampf, Schloß Buen Retiro und Schloß Aranjuez b. Madrid). Rechts oben im Plan kleine Ansicht von der "Heremitage St. Antonio",

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        Sammlung von. bis anhero edirten deutschen und lateinischen Gedichten, Auf das neue übersehen, Wie auch in einer bessern Wahl und Ordnung an das Licht gestellet. Nebst einer Vorrede von den so nöthigen als nützlichen Eigenschafften der Poesie.

      Breslau und Leipzig, Michael Hubert 1735 - 8°. 15 nn. Bl., 1102 S., 8 nn. Bl., mit gestochener Titelvignette (ohne das Frontispiz). Leder der Zeit mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und Rückenschild, (gering beschabt). Erste Ausgabe dieser Neuauflage, die erstmals die vorher in 4 Teilen erschienenen Gedichte zusammenfasst. - Goedeke III, 351, 16, 20; Hayn/Gotendorf II, 700; Faber du Faur 1655; Dünnhaupt 741, 4.1. - Günther (1695-1723) gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Dichter des 18. Jahrhunderts in Deutschland, der schon eher dem aufkommenden Sturm und Drang als der Barockdichtung zuzuordnen ist. - Goethe beschied ihm in Dichtung und Wahrheit ein großes Talent. - Ohne das gestochene Frontispiz (in Photographie dabei). - Wappen-Ex-Libris auf Innendeckel. Schönes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The works of J.S, D.D., D.S.P.D. in four volumes. Containing I. The author's miscellanies in prose. II. His poetical writings. III. The travels of Capt. Lemuel Gulliver. IV. His papers relating to Ireland, consisting of several treatises; among which are, the Drapier letters to the people of Ireland, against receiving Wood's halfpence; also two original Drapier's letters, never before published. [AND] V. The conduct of the allies, and The examiners; VI. The publick spirit of the whigs; and other pieces of political writings; with Polite conversation; VII. Letters to and from Jonathan Swift, D.D, D.S.P.D.; VIII. Directions to servants; and other pieces in prose and verse, published in his life-time; with several poems and letters never befor

      - Dublin, George Faulkner, 1735-1738. Eight parts in eight. 6mo (16.0 x 9.7 cm). Engraved frontispieces (including two portraits of Swift) in volumes I-IV [with portrait frontispiece and six plates or maps in volume III (Gulliver's Travels)]. Uniform contemporary full calf. Gilt-bordered panels; spines with five raised bands, gilt lines and burgundy morocco label with gilt title. Red speckled edges.l The first corrected edition of Jonathan Swift's collected works, of which the first four volumes - including the complete "Gulliver's Travels", with maps - were published during his life-time. The last four volumes were published immediately after Swift's death and contain several works not previously published. It replaces the near simultanously published and more common 8vo edition which had several omissions and contained several mistakes, here added and corrected. All works are paginated individually. Leaf L6 in volume IV cancelled (the text and pagination are continuous). Old owner's inscription on the front endpapers, old pictorial bookplate on front flyleaf rectos, contemporary owner's signature on the title page of volume I, a few worm-holes to volume V, otherwise a very good, clean set in a nice, uniform binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historia y vida de el Duende Político de Madrid que dá (sic) cuenta de los presentes negocios, y anuncia los futuros de esta monarquía. Escrita puntualmente en los años de 1735 y 1736.

      S.l., n.a. (s. XVIII) - 4º (22,4 x 18,8 cm.) Portada, 2 h. de índice y 331 p. manuscritas por anverso y reverso con clara y legible caligrafía de época sobre fuerte papel azulado. Holandesa puntas de la época, lomo con nervios y tejuelo azul: el duende político de madrid. Cuidada copia manuscrita del periódico político-satírico más representativo de la prensa clandestina del siglo XVIII. La historia de la prensa satírica va muy ligada al propio desarrollo del periodismo desde sus orígenes con las gacetas de los siglos XVI y XVII. La pronta rivalidad de intereses políticos propició una agresiva sátira mordaz en los diarios del siglo XVIII. “El período de aparición del periódico manuscrito clandestino del Duende, objeto de regocijo en las tertulias y de preocupación en la cúpula del Estado, es muy corto. Sale puntualmente cada jueves durante seis meses, desde diciembre de 1735 hasta mayo de 1736; es la época de los preliminares del Tratado de Viena. Si se quiere prolongar la presncia activa del Duende en Madrid, nos pueden servir los papeles sobre la historia de la vida, prisión y fuga del supuesto Duende. Aunque es un texto escrito posteriormente, relata con detalle algunos hechos de 1734, así como las aventuras de la prisión y fuga del Duende. Las peripecias del Duende han dejado huella en la historia de España, no como personaje de primer orden, sino en la forma de abordar el hecho político de una manera original, creando escuela en el periodismo satírico”. [Datos para una biografía del Duende Crítico de Madrid. Míguel Ángel Lizaso Tirapu] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón]
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        HUNSRÜCK. - Karte. Ein Theil des Hundsrucks mit den angraenzenden Maynz- u. Trierischen Laendern in IV Sectionen".

      - Altkol. Kupferstich in vier Teilen bei Homann Erben, 1735, je ca. 32,5 x 42 cm (Gesamtgröße 32,5 x 175 cm). Die große Hunsrückkarte zeigt das Gebiet von Trier, Trarbach, Hochwald, Soonwald, Bingen und Mainz mit den kleinsten Dörfern und Weiler. - Mit Einzeichnung der Lager der kaiserlichen Reichsarmee 1735. - Schönes altes Flächenkolorit, breitrandig und gut erhalten.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Clarissimorum Virorum P.P. Rubens et Ant. Van Dyk ...

      apud Georg. Mart. Preislerum, 1735. Engraved title-page and 19 engravings (title and 5 plates mounted, the rest extended at gutter) by J.J. Preisler after Rubens. Oblong 4to. Early drab boards, rebacked. Covers worn, plates foxed. Engraved title-page and 19 engravings (title and 5 plates mounted, the rest extended at gutter) by J.J. Preisler after Rubens. Oblong 4to. Engravings from Johan Justin Preisler's copies of Rubens' ceiling paintings done for the Jesuit Church (Saint Carolus Borromeus) in Antwerp in 1620-1. An important record, as all 39 ceiling paintings were destroyed in a fire in 1718.

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        ANNALES REGIODUNI HULLINI: or, The History of the Royal and Beautiful Town of Kingston-upon-Hull.

      The Printing Office; Hull. George Ferraby; London. J. Wilford., York 1735 - pp. (iv), xi, (iii), 201, (vii) of index and advert, (xxv) of addenda, (ii) of subscribers. Frontis, 5 plates.8vo. Full C19th calf, hinges very slightly rubbed, spine with gilt decoration. With the bookplates of Joseph Turner and Leslie Powell. In a cloth box, spine faded with leather label. Boyne p157 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Alex Alec-Smith ABA ILAB PBFA]
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        Ein Theil des Hundsrucks mit den angraenzenden Maynz- u. Trierischen Laendern in IV Sectionen Worinnen die Marche u. Lager der Kayserl. u. Reichs-Armee unter Comando des Herrn General-Feld-Zeug-M. Grafen von Seckendorf von Mayntz uber den Hundsruck nach der Mosel gegen Trier u. das Luxenburgische A. 1735. vom M. Oct. biss zuer folgten Stillstand angezeiget. Mit Vorwissen hochged. Ihro Hochgr. Excell. aus Dero Cantzley comunicirt, u. in Verlag gegeben an die Homaennnisch. Erben C. Privil. S.C.M.':.

      - kolorierter Kupferstich b. Homann Erben in Nürnberg, dat. 1735, 32,5 x 175,5 Sandler, Johann Baptista Homann, Die Homännischen Erben, Matthäus Seutter und Ihre Landkarten, S. 127, Nr. 44. - Kupferstich-Karte von 4 Platten gedruckt. - Zeigt den Hunsrück zwischen Trier und Mainz mit Einzeichnungen von Truppenstellungen im Jahre 1735. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche. - Am unteren und oberen Rand Erklärungen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        A New Mapp of the Kingdom of England, A New Mapp of the Kingdom of England,

      Printed and Sold by Robert Sayer Map and Print Seller over against St. Dunstans Church in Fleet Street, & Tho. Bowles Map & Print Seller, next to the Chapter house in St. Paul's, Church Yard, 1735 [but c.1760]., London, - The definitive edition of Chrostopher Browne's monumental wall map of England and Wales Large engraved wall map, dissected and mounted on linen, elaborate title cartouche upper right, the explanation to map lower right, slightly age-toned. Christopher Browne's monumental wall map of England and Wales.Christopher Browne (fl.1688-1712) was apprenticed to Robert Walton and after his death in 1688 took over his stock. He was not prolific with his production and all material associated with him is scarce. The largest item we know of is this wall map on 15 sheets. The map was first issued by Browne in 1700. The work is hugely detailed depicting cities, town, villages, gentlemen's seats; roads (according to Ogilby) are marked with distances; as are the boundaries of the Anglo-Saxon Heptarchy, counties, dioceses, and judges' circuits. To the sea crossed swords and a small banner give the location and date of significant naval battles. The map would prove to be hugely popular being reproduced several times throughout the first half of the eighteenth century. Several examples are known with both his St Paul's address and that of the Royal Exchange. After 1712 the plates past to Philip Overton and Thomas Bowles. The present map is an example of the final printing of around 1760, by Robert Sayer and Thomas Bowles. 1660 by 1660mm. (65.25 by 65.25 inches). Shirley Browne 2 state 7. Ownership label of Chevalier de Fleurieu (1738â€"1810) who was a French explorer, hydrographer and politician. He was Minister of the Navy under Louis XVI, and a member of the Institut de France, as well as the brother of the botanist Marc Antoine Louis Claret de la Tourette.

      [Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP]
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        AN ESSAY ON MAN In Epistles to a Friend. Epistle I, II, III and IV.

      London: Printed for J. Wilford, at the Three Flower-de-luces, behind the Chapter-house, St. Pauls., 1735. Epistle I: stated 2nd edition on title page. [iv], 17 pages, [i] blank. One instance of neat marginalia on page [1]. Epistle II: first edition, first issue. 18 pages of text. Lacks half-title. Epistle III: first edition, first issue. [ii], 20 pages of text. Includes half-title (pages [i-ii]; minor cup ring staining to half title. Epistle IV: first edition, first issue. [iv], 18 pages of text, followed by [i] advertisement. Includes contents page. Page 17 incorrectly numbered 71. Small stain to margin of two pages. Hardcover: circa 1970 marbled-paper covered boards, with maroon leather spine label. Very attractive, and in excellent condition with only minimal shelfwear. Page height: 12+7/8 inches. Pages undulate (are not flat) somewhat, not from exposure to moisture. Alexander Pope (1688-1744).. Second edition. Hardcover. Very good+ condition. Folio.

      [Bookseller: Kurt Gippert Bookseller (ABAA)]
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