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        HISTORIAE AEGYPTI NATURALIS PARS PRIMA. Qua continentur rerum AEgyptiarum libri quatuor. Opus postumum, nunc primum ... editum. (Pars secunda, sive, De plantis AEgypti liber auctus et emendatus ... Cum observationibus & notis Joannis Veslingii ... Accedunt ejusdem J. Veslingii parÊneses ad rem herbariam & vindiciÊ opobalsami

      Lugduni Batavorum: Gerardum Potvliet, 1735. Hardcover. Some mold spotting to the rear board which lightly affects a few of the rear pages. A little wrinkling to the pages but generally a clean copy with crisp plates. Near Fine. Small quarto (6" x 8") in contemporary vellum. Two volumes bound in one. Illustrated with 102 copper-engraved plates of animals and plants. RERUM AEGYPTIARUM [xx], 248, (12) pages. PLANTIS AEGYPTI [viii], 306, [24] pages. Two plates from part one misbound in the second, plant part, but it makes sense since these are botanical plates. (Hunt 164, Nissen 20 for Plantis Aegypti). This work combines two of Alpinusís major contributions from his exploration to Egypt as physician and avid naturalist. The first part of this work is published here for the first time and is often referred to as Rerum AEgyptiarum. Alpinus had received his training in medicine at Padua and eventually became director of the Botanical Garden. His meticulous and copious notes and collections that he made wherever he touched ground during his travels to and in Egypt resulted in a number of publications. This is the third, which deals with botany as well as natural history of animals. Although the botanical information here, the first scientific study of Egyptian plants, was first published in 1592, the present posthumous work has been supplemented with notes and observations of Veslingi. (Pritzel, 113)

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        [Beaux illustrés du XVIIIe & Les Classiques] Les oeuvres de Monsieur de Moliere

      A La Haye: Chez J. M. Husson, 1735. relié. 4 tomes en 4 Vol. in 12 (7,5x14,3cm). Nouvelle édition collective, après la première complète parue en 1682. Elle est illustrée d'un portrait et de 33 figures (une par pièce en frontispice) par Punt ; ces figures sont légendées et sont la réduction des figures de Boucher (in 4) parues dans la célèbre édition de luxe de 1734. Les figures de Punt portent la date de 1738 ou 1739. Pages de titre en rouge et noir. Plein Veau glacé marbré d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné de caissons contenant un semi d'étoiles autour d'un soleil avec fleurs de lys angulaires. Roulette en queue. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, et de tomaison en maroquin brun. Coiffe de tête du tome III en partie élimée. Manque en tête du tome II. Manque en queue du tome I. Coins émoussés. Charmant exemplaire, présentant quelques défauts mineurs. Cette édition semble bien être la première à avoir utilisé les figures de Boucher réduites, elle suit par ailleurs d'un an la fameuse édition in 4, et se trouve plutôt bien imprimée. Ces figures réduites seront utilisées par plusieurs éditions plus tardives notamment celle de 1765, comprenant les notes de Voltaire. La vie de Molière comprend une centaine de page, imprimée en petits caractères. Cette édition contient les deux versions de la princesse d'Elide, dont l'une tout en vers a été terminée par un autre auteur. A la fin du quatrième volume sont placées divers extraits d'auteurs ayant écrit sur Molière. C'est une des seules éditions, et peut-être la seule en 4 volumes et non en 6 ou plus généralement en 8, l'une des causes en est le papier utilisé, plus fin, et la typographie. - Chez J. M. Husson, A La Haye _1735, 4 tomes en 4 Vol. in 12 (7,5x14,3cm), relié. - Beaux illustrés du XVIIIe & Les Classiques relié

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        VOLUME III OF THE AUTHOR'S WORKS. CONTAINING TRAVELS INTO SEVERAL REMOTE NATIONS OF THE WORLD [GULLIVERS TRAVELS]

      Dublin: George Faulkner. Very Good+. 1735. Hardcover. Professionally rebound, including 95% of the contemporary full leather boards. New endpapers. Original bookplate (steel engraving) Frontispiece of "Capt. Lemuel Gulliver, Splendide Mendax. Hor. " Four steel engraved maps of the islands and numerous ornaments and smaller illustrations throughout the book. A very handsome, tight, early edition of one of the most famous books ; Including the four parts: I: A Voyage to Lilliput. II: A Voyage to Brobdingnag. III: A Voyage to Laputa, Balnibarbi, Luggnagg, Glubbdubdrib and Japan. IV: A Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnhnms. This is the (apparent) third editon, lightly corrected and preceded by the London edition and the first Dublin edition. - Stored in a custom-made decorative box with petrol colored marbled paper and leather spine with gilt lettering; 8vo; 404 pages .

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        The Memoirs of the Honourable Sir John Reresby, Bart. and Last Govenor of York : Containing Several Private and Remarkable Transactions, from the Restoration to the Revolution, Inclusively. to Which is Added a Copious Index

      London : Printed For Samuel Harding, 1735. 1st Edition. Physical desc. : [4], 349 [16] p. ; 20 cm. Subject: Great Britain - History - Restoration, 1660-1688 - Sources. York (England) . History. 17th Century. Title-page in red and black. Referenced by: ESTC T144303. Notes: Pp. 286-287 repeated in pagination but text and register are continuous. Very good copy in the original gilt-bordered, scarlet calf. Professionally and period-sympathetically recased; very impressively finished. Remains particularly well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean and strong.

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        A New Abridgment of Cases in Equity, and of Such Cases at Law, as relate to Equitable Subjects; from 1735, to the Present Time. Volume I [all published]. Cowley 286. Quarto

      Only edition of a rare work, the penultimate attempt to abridge all matters equitable, to have been enormously extensive, cut short by Brown's death and extending only through the letter "A"; this copy with an index found in no copy located online. Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, ex-Middle Temple Library, light foxing and browning, else well-preserved; two copies in ESTC, neither in the USA. Printed (for the Author) by A. Strahan and W. Woodfall [etc.], London, 1793.

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        De jure belli ac pacis libri tres, in quibus jus naturæ & gentium, item juris publici præcipua explicantur.

      Cum annotatis auctoris, ejusdemque dissertatione De mari libero; ac libello singulari De æquitate, indulgentia, & facilitate: Nec non Johann. Frid. Gronovii notis in totum opus de jure belli ac pacis. Ex altera recensione Joannis Barbeyracii. Cum notullis ejusdem nunc auctoribus, pluriumque locorum, ex auctoribus quibusvis laudatorum, adcuratiori indicatione. 1-2. Amsterdam, Janssonioi-Waesbergios, 1735. 8vo. Engr. extra title,+ (24),+ XXXIX,+ (5),+ 534 pp.+ engr. portrait; (2),+ 539-1040,+ 43,+ (85) pp. The first title printed in red and black. The I-gathering in part one is misbound after K. The engr. title with small tear, a few minor spotting. Contemporary vellum, red edges. Two volumes. From the library of Gillis Berencreutz, with his book plate and signature, dated London 1914. Ter Meulen 605. Graesse II, 1765 "Bonne édition". Later edition of Grotius' De jure belli ac pacis and De mari libero, edited by Barbeyrac, with notes by Grotius and Gronovius

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        New Voyages to North-America. Containing an account of the several nations of that vast continent; their customs, commerce, and way of navigation upon the lakes and rivers; the several attempts of the English and French to dispossess one another; with the reasons of the miscarriage of the former; and the various adventures between the French, and the Iroquese Confederates of England, from 1683 to 1694

      London: Printed for J. Osborn [vol I]; Printed for J. Walthoe, R. Wilkin, J. and J. Bonwicke, J. Osborn, S. Birt, T. Ward and E. Wicksteed [vol II], 1735. 2 volumes, 8vo. (8 x 5 inches). 20 engraved maps and plates (8 folding), as issued, and EXTRA-ILLUSTRATED with 3 engraved plates from the 1703 first edition. Later mottled calf by Morrell, gilt triple-fillet borders with circular floral corner designs on the covers, spine with raised bands in six compartments, decoratively tooled in gilt, morocco gilt lettering pieces in the second and third compartments, all edges gilt. The principal early-18th century description of Canada: this beautiful copy of the second edition extra-illustrated with three additional plates from the first. Lahontan's narrative is of considerable value for his travels in the Lake region. There is much accurate information about the region, including an Algonquin dictionary at the rear of the second volume.The additional Letter XVI, which details a fictional journey west of the Mississippi, has often placed this work in a poor light. Historian Reuben Gold Thwaites suggests, however, that it can be read as "an anticipation of Swift;" that is, that the chapter was an intentional parody. "In simple sentences, easily read and comprehended by the masses, Lahontan recounted not only his own adventures and the important events that occurred beneath his eyes in the much-talked-of region of New France, but drew a picture of the simple delights of life in the wilderness, more graphic than had yet been presented to the European world. His idyllic account of manners and customs among the savages in the heart of the American forest ... was a picture which fascinated the 'average reader' in that romantic age, eager to learn of new lands and strange peoples" (Thwaites, "Introduction" in his 1905 edition of Lahontan's New Voyages). Although the title describes the work as complete with 23 engraved "maps and cuts," this second edition of Lahontan's New Voyages was only issued with 20 (the title statement being a holdover from the first edition). This copy, however, contains the three plates supplied from a copy of the first edition. All three plates appear in the first volume, facing pages 55, 161 and 185 respectively. Howes L25; Sabin 38645; Pilling 2184.

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        [Group of Official Documents in Manuscript from Colonial Peru. Signed]

      Cusco and Lima: 1735 1824 Cusco and Lima: 1735-1824. First edition. All but the first item very good with some very minor edge wear, but quite clean; item one toned with dampstain to lower edge but still about very good. 4to.Seven official documents concerning mining, taxes, posts, and other administrative business signed by six Viceroys of Peru: 1. José de la Serna e Hinojosa. Last Viceroy of colonial Peru: 1821-1824. 10 lines. With the seal of 'Gobierno Superior del Perú.' Signed at Cusco, January 1, 1824. 2. José Fernando Abascal y Sousa. Marqués de la Concordia. 39th Viceroy: 1806-1816. 8 lines. Signed in Lima, April 30, 1808. 3. Francisco Gil de Taboada y Lemus. 35th Viceroy: 1790-1796. 7 lines. Signed in Lima, February 26, 1792. 4. Manuel Amat y Junyet. 31st Viceroy: 1761-1776. 13 lines. Signed in Lima, March 7, 1767. 5. José Antonio Manso de Velasco. El Conde de Superunda. 30th Viceroy: 1745-1761. 13 lines. Signed in Lima, July 13, 1747. 6. Another document signed by the same Viceroy, but signed with his nobiliary title: El Comde de Superunda. 7 lines. Signed in Lima, September 17, 1745. 7. José de Armendáriz. Marqués de Castelfuerte. 28th Viceroy: 1724-1736. 11 lines. Signed "Marques de Castelfuerte" in Lima, July 30, 1735.

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        Thesaurus eruditionis scholasticæ (..) post (..) Bvchneri, Cellarii, Graevii operas et adnotationes et mvltiplices Andreae Stübelii curas iterum recensitvs, emendatvs, locvpletatvs a Io. Matthia Gesnero.

      2 volumes in 1. Saalbach, Leipzig 1735. Folio. (14)+896+654+(192) pages. Contemporary vellum binding. Vellum loosened along edges on back board. Some marginal waterstaining to top-end of last quarter of vol. 2. 19th century inscription on front endpaper.. Brunet II,1146. The first edition of this work came in 1571

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        Scriptores rei rustica veteres latini cato, varro, columella, palladius... lipsiae, caspar fritsch, 1735.

      Due volumi di cm. 25, pp. (10) lvi, 858 (8); (2) -859 - 1316; 159 (1). Frontespizi in rosso e nero con vignette centrali, bell'antiporta incisa da B. Picart e 4 tavole incise in rame e ripiegate fuori testo. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titoli ms. ai dorsi. Bell'esemplare, fresco, marginoso ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Ottima e stimata edizione di questa raccolta di testi classici riguardanti l'agricoltura cui seguomo alcune interessanti appendici tra cui segnaliamo almeno: R. Vegetius: Artis veterinariae, sive mulomedicinae libri quatuor... Cfr. Graesse VI, 332.

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        Voyages du Chevalier Chardin, en Perse, et autres Lieux de L'Orient. Enrichie de Figures en Taille-douce, qui représentent les Antiquités & les Choses remarquable du Païs. Nouvelle Edition. Vol. 1-3 (of 4 = "Supplement"). l. Paris á Ispahan - 2. d'Ispahan; & la Relation des deux Voyages de l'Auteur, d'Ispahan á Bander-Abassi. - 3....Description Générale de L'Empire de perse, & les Descriptions particulieres des Sciences & des Arts...Gouvernement Politique, Militaire, & Civil.

      A Amsterdam, 1735. 4to. 3 cont.full mottled calf. Raised bands, richly gilt backs. Extremities with small traces of use, slight weakening to parts of hinge, top of spine on vol. II with loss of leather ca 1x2 cm. Internally fine on good paper. 2 engr.frontisp. (with portraits), 3 engr.titlevign., 3 large engr. textvignettes. (12),390,(4),359,(4),437 pp. and 78 mostly large folded engraved plates (maps,plans,views etc.). - To this second edition was published a 4th volume which contains the author's previously published work "Couronnement de Soliman III" and extracts from the author's manuscript, this supplementary volume is not present here, but the 3 volumes contain the whole travel and all the plates belonging to these 3 volumes.. Chardin set out from Paris for Persia and India. He reached Ispahan 1673, spent four years in Persia, visited India and returned by the Good Hope in 1677. The first part of his travels was published in 1686

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        Mysterium sigillorum, herbarum & lapidum Oder: Vollkommenes Geheimniß derer Sigillen, Kräuter und Steine in der Cur und Heilung aller Kranckheiten. Anjetzo mit verschiedenen neuen curieusen Anmerckungen vermehret.

      Mit Frontispiz in Holzschnitt und einigen Textholzschnitten. 3 Bll., 178 S., 15 Bll. - Angebunden: I. Neumann, C.: Disquisitio de ambra grysea. ... Sammt einem Kurtzen Vorbericht solcher Memoire halber, Anietzo, weil wenigen Personen die Engländische Transactiones Philosophicae vorkommen, in deutscher Sprache publiciret, von Einem Liebhaber der Historiae Naturalis. Dresden, Hilscher, 1736. 8 Bll., 116 S. - II. Troppanneger, Ch. G.: Gründlicher und kurtzgefaßter Unterricht, Wie sich ein Mensch, nach Anweisung derer aus Heiliger Göttlicher Schrift gezogenen Diaetetischen Regeln, Bey guter Gesundheit Erhalten, Und vor Kranckheiiten Bewahren könne. Dresden und Neustadt, Hilscher, 1734. 4 Bll., 52 S. Sehr dekorativer HLdr. d. Zt. mit reicher Rückenverg. 4°. 21 x 17 cm. Vgl. Wellcome III, 261 (Erfurt 1651 u. 1731), Krivatsy 5601 (Ebda. 1651 u. 1696), Ferguson II, 339 (1696), Caillet 5135 (Ausg. 1737) u. Neu 1937 (Ffm. 1735). - Medizinischastrologischer Traktat, "perhaps suggested by the medieval treatise of the Pseudo-Hermes on fifteen stars, stones and herbs" (Thorndike VIII, 304). Lehrbuch der Zaubermedizin, in dem der Planeteneinfluss und der Gebrauch der Heilkräuter in ihrer Wechselwirkung dargestellt sind und Krankheiten dem Einfluss der Planeten zugeordnet werden. So gelten u. a. Nessel und Distel als martialische, Nelke und Kirsche als jovialische Kräuter. Auch Metalle, Edelsteine und Siegel beeinflussen Wohlbefinden und Unwohlsein. Die Textabbildungen zeigen Allegorien der Planeten und die als heilkräftig bekannten Siegelbilder und magischen Zahlenquadrate, die große Titelvignette zeigt Merkur. - Zu den Anbindungen: I. Ferguson II, 137; Ferchl 381; Waller 11919 - Erste Ausgabe der Abhandlung über die Walfisch-Ambra und deren pharmazeutisch-medizinische Verwendung. Der Verfasser war der erste deutsche Apotheker, der seine Schriften nicht mehr auf Lateinisch, sondern auf Deutsch verfasste. - II. Durchaus mehrere Nachweise über KVK, aber offensichtlich bibliographisch nicht erfasste Ausgabe. - - - Gering berieben. Stempel u. mod. Exlibris auf Vorsatz, Titel verso teils mit Stempel, Besitzvermerke auf Innendeckel und Titeln, teils stärker gebräunt und stockfleckig.

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        HISTORIAE AEGYPTI NATURALIS PARS PRIMA. Qua continentur rerum AEgyptiarum libri quatuor. Opus postumum, nunc primum ... editum. (Pars secunda, sive, De plantis AEgypti liber auctus et emendatus ... Cum observationibus & notis Joannis Veslingii ... Accedunt ejusdem J. Veslingii parÊneses ad rem herbariam & vindiciÊ opobalsami

      Lugduni Batavorum: Gerardum Potvliet, 1735. Hardcover. Some mold spotting to the rear board which lightly affects a few of the rear pages. A little wrinkling to the pages but generally a clean copy with crisp plates. Near Fine. Small quarto (6" x 8") in contemporary vellum. Two volumes bound in one. Illustrated with 102 copper-engraved plates of animals and plants. RERUM AEGYPTIARUM [xx], 248, (12) pages. PLANTIS AEGYPTI [viii], 306, [24] pages. Two plates from part one misbound in the second, plant part, but it makes sense since these are botanical plates. (Hunt 164, Nissen 20 for Plantis Aegypti). This work combines two of Alpinusís major contributions from his exploration to Egypt as physician and avid naturalist. The first part of this work is published here for the first time and is often referred to as Rerum AEgyptiarum. Alpinus had received his training in medicine at Padua and eventually became director of the Botanical Garden. His meticulous and copious notes and collections that he made wherever he touched ground during his travels to and in Egypt resulted in a number of publications. This is the third, which deals with botany as well as natural history of animals. Although the botanical information here, the first scientific study of Egyptian plants, was first published in 1592, the present posthumous work has been supplemented with notes and observations of Veslingi. (Pritzel, 113)

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        Dictionarium Polygraphicum: or, the Whole Body of Arts Regularly Digested (First Edition, two volumes)

      London: C. Hitch and C. Davis, 1735. First Edition. Two volumes. First Edition. About Near Fine in rebound three-quarter leather, with marbled paper boards and gilt decoration and titles, raised bands. Minor offsetting, a hint of toning to page edges, and mild soil. A comprehensive set, containing in formation on how to dye cloth, create inks, weave tapestries, and other archaic information. Over 50 black and white engravings, many of which fold out, depicting everything from how to hold engraving tools to lessons on perspective. Two pages of advertisements at the rear. An attractive set.

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