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        [ Recueil de 11 pièces diverses ] Epitre de M. Gresset, écrite de la campagne, au Père *** [ Suivi de : ] La Chartreuse ; Epitre à M.D.D.N. par l'auteur de Ver-Vert, du 17 novembre 1734 [ Suivi de : ] Le Caresme in-promptu. Et le Lutrin vivant. Poëmes par l'auteur de Ver-Vert [ Suivi de : ] Les Ombres. Epitre à M. D. D. N. par l'auteur de Ver-Vert du 21 décembre 1734 [ Suivi de : ] L'Etourneau, ou les Avantures du Sansonet de *** Poëme héroïque [ Suivi de : ] Les Etrennes de la Saint Martin, ou La Guerre des Sceaux. Poème Fou [ Suivi de : ] Epitres Nouvelles du Sr. Rousseau [ Suivi de : ] Onzième Epitre de Mr. Rousseau [ Suivi de : ] Les Dieux Rivaux. Allégorie [ Suivi de : ] Minet ; Poëme [ Suivi de : ] La Muse Normande

      Chez Prault, chez Pierre Marteu etc, 1735. 1 vol. in-12 reliure de l'époque pleine basane maron, dos à 5 nerfs orné, Epitre de M. Gresset, écrite de la campagne, au Père ***, Chez Prault, Paris, 1737, 32 pp. et 1 f. (privilège) [ Suivi de : ] La Chartreuse ; Epitre à M.D.D.N. par l'auteur de Ver-Vert, du 17 novembre 1734, s.l.n.n., 1735, 32 pp. [ Suivi de : ] Le Caresme in-promptu. Et le Lutrin vivant. Poëmes par l'auteur de Ver-Vert, A Amsterdam, 1735, 20 pp. [ Suivi de : ] Les Ombres. Epitre à M. D. D. N. par l'auteur de Ver-Vert du 21 décembre 1734, 1735, 19 pp. [ Suivi de : ] L'Etourneau, ou les Avantures du Sansonet de *** Poëme héroïque, s.l.n.n. [Marteau, Cologne ],1736, 48 pp. [ Suivi de : ] Les Etrennes de la Saint Martin, ou La Guerre des Sceaux. Poème Fou, Amsterdam, 1738, 1 f. (titre), 29 pp. [ Suivi de : ] Epitres Nouvelles du Sr. Rousseau, Chez Rollin Fils, Paris, 1736, 45 pp. et 1 f. blanc [ Suivi de : ] Onzième Epitre de Mr. Rousseau, Chez Prault Père, Paris, 1738, 9 pp. [ Suivi de : ] Les Dieux Rivaux. Allégorie. Amsterdam, 1736, 23 pp. [ Suivi de : ] Minet ; Poëme. A Amsterdam, Au Matou couronné, 1736, 20 pp. [ Suivi de : ] La Muse Normande, A Cologne, chez Pierre Marteau, s.d., 25 pp. Rares recueil de diverses pièces rares, poèmes facétieux ou satiriques, la plupart en édition originale. "L'Etourneau, ou les Avantures du Sansonet", par Denesle, est une imitation de Ver-Vert. La deuxième épitre des "Epitres Nouvelles du Sr. Rousseau" est une violente charge contre Voltaire. L'édition originale des"Etrennes de la Saint Martin, ou La Guerre des Sceaux. Poème Fou" est attribué en partie au Comte de Maurepas par Barbier (Barbier II, 311 ; Conolo, IV, 100). "Minet, Poëme"est l'oeuvre de la femme de lettre rouennaise Louise Levesque, née Cavelier ; la "muse normande" ici présente est l'oeuvre de l'abbé Marie-Pierre Fontaine, curé de Vassonville-sur-Seine. Etat moyen (reliure abîmée avec travaux de vers en plats affectant les deux premiers et les 4 derniers ff., toutes les autres pièces sont en bon état) Français

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        Histoire Generale de Portugal.

      - Paris, Theodore Le Gras (y Tomo II: Rollin, Fils), 1735, 2 tomos, 26 x 21’5 cm., piel de época algo gastada, 16 h. + 783 págs. + 2 mapas plegados = 18 h. + 844 págs. + mapa de Brasil plegado. (El tomo I comprende desde la antigüedad hasta el reinado de Juan II, año 1546; y el II los reinados de D. Sebastián y Felipe II, la guerra contra España y reinado de Juan IV, años 1547 a 1713. Obra rara de la que solo hemos localizado en el Catálogo Colectivo el ejemplar existente en la Real Gran Peña de Madrid). PORTUGAL

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        Delectus scriptorum rerum neapolitanarum qui populorum ac civitatum res antiquas aliasque vario tempore gestas memoriae prodiderunt

      Franciscus Ricciardi, 1735. In 4 (cm 22 x 33), pp. (42) + colonne numerate 986 (pagine 493) con 7 tavole fuori testo la maggior parte ripiegate incise all'acquaforte (3 tavole dedicate a Nola, con veduta panoramica, e all'Agro nolano). Vignetta incisa al frontespizio. Frontespizio in caratteri rosso e nero. Esemplare con diffuse bruniture. Qualche sporadica annotazione manoscritta ai margini bianchi del testo o sottolineatura. Legatura coeva in mezza pergamena con abrasioni della carta ai tagli dei piatti. Contiene Ambrosii Leonis, De agro Nolano deque montibus Vesuvio et Abella; G. Barrius, De Antiquitate et situ Calabriae; Ioanne Iuvene, De Antiquitate et varia Tarentinorum Fortuna; Antonii Galatei; De situ Japygiae liber nec non Urbis Gallipolis descriptio ut et de Villa Laurentii Vallae. Pauli Antonii de Tarsia, Historiarum Cupersanensium; Abbatem Damadenum Tabula aerea maxima... Canusii in Agro Apulorum; Henrici Brencmanni; De Republica Amalphitana. ITA

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        Autograph Note Signed 'Francois' (1708-1765, Duke of Lorraine, 1729-1737, husband, 1736, of Maria Theresia of Austria, from 1737 Grand Duke of Tuscany and from 1745 Holy Roman Emperor)

      1735 - in his somewhat phonetic French, with transcription and translation, to an unnamed minister or secretary, saying "I want you to come and see me as soon as possible", 1 side folio, no place, no date, circa (Transcription) je souet que vous vous randie dabore le plus tos posible chemoy vouslan vous porte francois. (Translation) I want you to come and see me as soon as possible. Wishing you well [?]. Francis. Lorraine, a fief of the German Empire, had currently strong links with Austria. Francis's father had sent him to Vienna in August 1723 as prospective husband for Maria Theresia, then 6 yesrs old, for training and employment in affairs of state. From the handwriting we date the letter to the period when the Duke was attempting to hold on to Lorraine in the War of the Polish Succession (1733-1735, peace treaty 1738). Nominally a civil war, it was largely fought outside Poland. Other powers joined in in their own interests. France seized Lorraine, which she had long coveted, to prevent further Austrian influence on her borders. At the peace it was granted for life to the loser, Stanislas I Leszczynski, father-in-law of Louis XV. In compensation, Francis Stephen was granted Tuscany. France finally got Lorraine in 1766. For his handwriting at this period, see, for example, BL Add MS 32684 f. 10, Vienna, 20th February 1737. His idiosyncratic spelling, such as never writing the 'z' in 'vous vous rendiez' (etc), lasted all his life. Here he begins with 'je souet' ('je souhaite')

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        Seba, Albertus - Shells.

      SCHELPEN: TONNETJES EN HELMSLAKKEN uit de Indopacific en westelijke Atlantische OceaanIn de tijd met de hand gekleurde kopergravures uit de zgn. Thesaurus van Albertus Seba, uitgegeven te Amsterdam tussen 1735-1765.Albertus Seba (1665 - 1736) was een Nederlandse apotheker en verzamelaar. Seba was populair bij zeelieden die in de Amsterdamse haven aanlegden. De door hen meegebrachte exotische planten en dierlijke producten waren de basis voor zijn recepten. Hij ruilde veelal tegen zijn medicijnen en behan-delde de bemanning. Zo kwam Seba aan een enorme verzameling van vogels, slangen, hagedissen, insecten en schelpen. Hij verkocht zijn verzameling in 1725 voor fl. 15.000 aan Peter de Grote en maakt sindsdien onderdeel uit van de Kunstkamer in St. Petersburg. Seba´s Thesaurus was een bijzonder kostbaar werk. Zowel in productie, als in aanschaf. De vele illustraties werden door maar liefst 13 verschillende graveurs in het koper gezet. De Thesaurus vormt een belangrijke registratie van natuurhistorische kennis van het begin van de 18e eeuw en diende zowel als academische leidraad en als decoratieve encyclopedie. Prijs: ?1.350,- (incl. lijst).

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        American snakes]. TAB. LXXV. [from] Locupletissimi Rerum Naturalium Thesauri.

      Amsterdam: J. Wetstenium & Gul Smith & Janssonio-Waesbergios 1735 - Double-page copper engraving. Overall paper size 50 x 60cm. Image size 43 x 54cm. 5 figures of various American snakes. Very good condition. Seba, the son of a Frisian peasant, was an apothecary who became rich in the service of the Dutch East India Company. Described as a 'prototypical collector' of natural curiosities and exotic species, his collections ranged from the beautiful to the obscure, including birds, reptiles, lizards and snakes, butterflies and other insects, shells and exotic sea life, unusual mammals such as bats and anteaters, as well as exotic plants. His collection also included some fantasy animals, intended to attract attention and interest, such as a seven-headed hydra.

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        Seba, Albertus - Shells.

      SCHELPEN: TONNETJES EN HELMSLAKKEN uit de Indopacific en westelijke Atlantische OceaanIn de tijd met de hand gekleurde kopergravures uit de zgn. Thesaurus van Albertus Seba, uitgegeven te Amsterdam tussen 1735-1765.Albertus Seba (1665 - 1736) was een Nederlandse apotheker en verzamelaar. Seba was populair bij zeelieden die in de Amsterdamse haven aanlegden. De door hen meegebrachte exotische planten en dierlijke producten waren de basis voor zijn recepten. Hij ruilde veelal tegen zijn medicijnen en behan-delde de bemanning. Zo kwam Seba aan een enorme verzameling van vogels, slangen, hagedissen, insecten en schelpen. Hij verkocht zijn verzameling in 1725 voor fl. 15.000 aan Peter de Grote en maakt sindsdien onderdeel uit van de Kunstkamer in St. Petersburg. Seba´s Thesaurus was een bijzonder kostbaar werk. Zowel in productie, als in aanschaf. De vele illustraties werden door maar liefst 13 verschillende graveurs in het koper gezet. De Thesaurus vormt een belangrijke registratie van natuurhistorische kennis van het begin van de 18e eeuw en diende zowel als academische leidraad en als decoratieve encyclopedie. Prijs: ?1.350,- (incl. lijst).

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        ITALIEN-ITALIA-MITTELITALIEN- TOSKANA- MANTUA-PARMA- MODENA- KIRCHENSTAAT-1735 SEUTTER Titel: Novissima et accuratissima Delineatio Status Ecclesiae et Magni Ducatus Hetruriae publici iuris facta Matth. Seutter, S. C. M. G.

      Augsburg Matth

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        Devotional drawing with text]. Geschreven van my, dien die wyse voorzienighyt Godts als een verwonderens waerdigs exempel van der natuer den 7:de meert 1735 zonder handen of voeten .[Mechelen, ca. 1770]. (Ca. 50 x 28 cm). Pen drawing with text in Dutch on vellum, signed. With: (2) [EVERT, Jacobus Joannes]. Met permissie van de regeringe dezer stad, word aan alle heren en dames, en verdere liefhebbers bekend gemaakt, dat alhier is aangekomen. Een wonder man, Monsieur Evert genaamt . [Mechelen, ca. 1770]. Broadsheet (22 x 16.5 cm).

      - Allegorical and devotional pen drawing with text by Jacobus Joannes Evert (1735- 1789), who was born without hands and feet and made this work using his short arms. Below we find a self-portrait of the artist, sitting on a table with writing utensils. With a remarkable broadsheet, announcing Monsieur Evert's performance of "verscheide merkwaardige Kunsten" (various remarkable tricks) in an inn during the fair at Malines, includes a list of 13 tricks which he was able to perform.Ad 1: slightly soiled. Ad 2: edges slightly frayed and slightly foxed. Both items in good condition. Artefacts made by "freaks" from earlier centuries are extremely rare and the present drawing is here offered with a broadsheet announcing the extraordinary act.

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        The Battles of His Serene Highness Prince Eugene of Savot, Now Generalissimo of the Imperial Army and aslso His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, Later Prince of the Roman Empire etc. etc..

      First Edition 1735 translated from the French into English 2 Folio Volumes written by Monsieur Dumont, Baron of Carelscroon and Monsieuer Rousset: The Battles of His Serene Highness Prince Eugene of Savot, Now Generalissimo of the Imperial Army And also His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, Later Prince of The Roman Empire etc. etc..Volum the First with 391 pages and Volume the Second with 360 pages, printed by James Bettenham in Covent-Garden London MDCCXXXV, the Whole illustrated with a large Variety of Folio Copper Plates very beautifully designed etx with 18 Battles, 12 Sieges, and about 60 Plans of diverse Kinds, together with correct Maps of Flanders, Hungary, Alsatia, and Italy. Engraved by CLAUDE DU BOSC both volumes are bound in full leather and gilt lettering at spine, leather at spine is brittle, but binding still good, paper inside welling, in good condition, Corners of Binding bumped, measuring 27 cm x 41 cm or 10,5" x 16" each

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        The Statute-Law of Ireland Common-Placed. Or, A General Table of all Publick Printed English and Irish Acts of Parliament now in Force and Use in Ireland . . . from Magna Charta . . . Containing, The full Purport of All the English Statutes [etc.]. 2d Ed

      A rare work, organizing Irish and pertinent English statute law alphabetically, providing the purport of both, and represented as the first work to include English statutes enacted prior to Poyning's Law [of 1495]; no copy in a law library in ESTC. Blind-panelled calf, lightly rubbed, contemporary news cuttings tipped in, one blank loose, else a very good crisp copy; with the suscribers' list. Printed and Sold by Geo. Grierson [etc.], Dublin, 1735.

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        Amsterdam. Avec Privilege de Nos Seigneurs Les Etats de Hollande et de West-Frise. I. Du Mardi 4. Janvier 1735 au mardi 27 décembre 1735

      1735 - Petit in-4° relié plein veau de l'époque. Coiffes émoussées. Charnières légèrement fendues sans manques, bel exemplaire de cette rare gazette. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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.

      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

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        Réflexions critiques sur l'histoire des anciens peuples Chaldéens, Hébreux, Phéniciens, Egyptiens, Grecs, etc. jusqu'au temps de Cyrus

      - Chez Musier, Jombert, Briasson, Bulot, à Paris 1735, 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in 4 (19x25,5cm), (8) iij - lvj 383pp. (3) et (2) 503pp. (1bc) 44pp., relié. - First Edition. Vitello marrone a tempo pieno in marmo lucido. Ferri di cavallo Torna a nervi decorati cardo in scatole decorate. Parte del titolo in marocchino rosso, e il numero del volume in marocco marrone. La mancanza di coda tomo II. 4 angoli urtato nel Volume II, uno nel Volume I. attrito in capsule, angoli e mascella. uno strappo nel margine esterno al centro della pagina p. 225 senza perdita. Bellissimo set. Riflessioni critiche erano un nuovo ambizioso lavoro nel tentativo di spazzare via tutto ciò che era stato scritto sulla timeline; Libro organizzata e rigoroso metodo di insegnamento, riflessioni critiche cercare l'origine comune delle mitologie, e sta cercando l'origine che stanno riformando la timeline. E 'stato, tuttavia, ha criticato l'autore di cattivi analogie e audace, come il ravvicinamento delle Chronos e Abramo. Orientalista Noto, professore di arabo e specialistico della lingua cinese, Fourmont in ogni area si avvicinò, e l'origine delle lingue, ha portato una nuova visione spinto il dogma stabilito. Ex libris incisi XVIII braccia di abate de la Porte, vicario generale di Bordeaux. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en plein veau brun glacé d'époque marbré. Dos à nerfs orné de fers au chardon dans des caissons décorés. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, et de tomaison en maroquin brun. Un manque en queue du tome II. 4 coins émoussés au tome II, un seul au tome I. Frottement en coiffes, coins et mors. une déchirure de la marge externe vers le milieu de page p. 225, sans manque. Bel ensemble. Les réflexions critiques furent un ouvrage nouveau et ambitieux cherchant à balayer tout ce qui avait été écrit sur la chronologie ; Livre organisé avec une méthode rigoureuse et didactique, Les réflexions critiques cherchent l'origine commune des mythologies, et c'est en cherchant cette origine qu'elles réforment la chronologie. Il fut cependant reproché à l'auteur des analogies douteuses et osées, comme le rapprochement de Chronos et Abraham. Célèbre orientaliste, professeur d'arabe, et grand spécialiste de la langue chinoise, Fourmont, dans chaque domaine qu'il aborda, ainsi de l'origine des langues, amena une nouvelle vision qui bouscula les dogmes établis. Ex-libris gravé du XVIIIe aux armes de l'abbé de la Porte, vicaire général de Bordeaux.

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        Die göttlichen Schriften vor den Zeiten des Messie Jesus. Der erste Theil worinnen die Gesetze der Israelen enthalten sind nach einer freyen Ubersetzung welche durch und durch mit Anmerkungen erläutert und bestätiget wird.

      Johann Georg Nehr, 1735. First edition of an exceedingly controversial annotated German translation of the Pentateuch. Johann Lorenz Schmidt, a Protestant dissident theologian, here attempted to provide a free translation with commentary in an objective, rational spirit; his work was denounced for naturalistic, Socinian, and anti-typological tendencies as soon as it was published, and Schmidt was arrested in 1737. The printing was handsomely done: the large, clear black-letter text is illustrated with a total of => 13 copperplate vignettes (including Adam and Eve along with other textually appropriate scenes), most signed by Martin Tyroff. Although the present volume was intended to be the first portion of a complete Bible translation, no more was ever published. Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate fewer than a dozen copies in U.S. libraries. Provenance: Ex-Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School library (properly deaccessioned).

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        London Almanack for the Year of our Lord 1736

      London: Company of Stationers, 1735. (24)pp. Entirely engraved, with a four-page panorama of London from the South Bank of the Thames, sweeping across the city from St. Paul's Cathedral on the left to London Bridge on the right, with a host of church spires reaching above the buildings below. The series of London Almanacks by the Company of Stationers has an over 200-year history, briefly preceded by the Calendarium Londinense Verum, or Raven's Almanack, and continuing under the London Almanack name from 1690 through the early 1900s. Although earlier years had other illustrations, the earliest Almanack to include a London view, according to Bondy, is this 1736 edition. For a publication in which the contents and format remained basically unchanged from year to year, the introduction of this London view was a major and welcome change, as the feature became a highlight of the Almanack for the rest of its run. This panoramic scene was only included in the normal and double-size almanacs, and not in the finger or smaller variations. These views were different every year, and, according to Bondy, "provide a fascinating record of London's buildings including a number erected just before publication date." Bound in the original hand-painted paste-paper covers, with an image of Britannia across the spine. A very rare example of an early and important Company of Stationers almanac, with no recorded copies in OCLC. (Welsh 4543; Bondy, pp. 39-41; Spielmann, pp. 2-4, 107-109; See Bromer/Edison, pp. 93-94). (2 by 1 3/16; 50 x 31mm).

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        Instructions for Collectors of Excise, in prosecutions before Justices of the Peace,

      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.Publisher: London: J Tonson,Year: 1735Edition: Second edition: first published in 1716. Hanson 2245. Sweet & Maxwell I, 327 (#53). This 2nd edition not in Kress, Goldsmiths or Massie.

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        Traite de l'opinion, ou memoires pour servir a l'histoire de l'esprit humain

      Second edition, after the first published by the same publisher in 1733. A folding plate in the second volume and 4 astronomical figures in Volume III.Binders full of speckled brown sheepskin time. Back with nerves decorated with four jewels, tail wheel. parts of title in red morocco, gilt volume numbers.The Marquis de Saint-Aubin was established in this book a history of ideas and theses in all areas of knowledge, the essence of his being about to place under the eyes of readers errors and prejudices that prevailed at some moment in history. Volume Four deals with magic and the occult, which is at work to be listed in Caillet. Other tomes contain a study of history and beautiful letters, mathematics, astronomy, medicine and physics, chemistry, astrology and divination, morality and policy. Chez Briasson A Paris 1735 In-12 (10x16,8cm) 6 volumes reliés

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        raxis Geometriae, worinnen nicht nur alle bey dem Feld-Messen vorkommende Fälle, mit Stäben, dem Astrolabio, der Boussole, und der Mensul, in Ausmessung eintzeler Linien, Flächen und gantzer Revier, welche . eine Land-Carte ausmachen, auf ebenen Boden und Gebürgen, die Abnehmung derer Höhen und Wasser-Fälle, nebst beygefügten practische Hand-Griffen, deutlich erörtert. Neunte Edition. With: (2) PENTHER, Johann Friedrich. Zugabe zur Praxi Geometriae, worinn noch verschiedene zur ausübenden Geometria nützliche Stücke, dabey auch zweyerley Arten architectonische Schnecken . zu zeichnen angeweisen werden, und endlich eine Zusammensetzung einer guten Wasser Waage, wie auch derselben Gebrauch mitgetheilet wird. Augsburg, J.M. Probst, 1788-1790. 2

      - Cf. Berlin Kat. 1735; Honeyman 2444, 2445; Poggendorf II, cols. 399-400; Sotheran, Second suppl. 2158-2159. Ninth edition of "one of the most popular German works on surveying" (Sotheran). Johann Friedrich Penther (1693-1749), professor of mathematics and economy at the university of Göttingen) deals with geometry and its application in surveying. He discusses the instruments used, such as rules, compasses, graphometer, geometrical circle, geometrical table, surveyor's level pole, and shows how to calculate the size of differently shaped surfaces, circles, cones and cylinders, how to draw multiple-angled surfaces, circles, etc., how to calculate distances in flat areas and mountainous terrain, how to divide a piece of land, how to draw a fortification, etc. The Zugabe deals with the calculation of the contents of cones and cylinders. This knowledge is applied to tunnels, architecture (sloping walls, arches, etc). Penther also includes his design for a surveyor's level pole. Each subject is accompanied by a folding engraved plate showing measuring instruments, geometrical figures, maps of lakes, roads, estates, architectural structures, etc. Penther's lucid style and the attractive illustrations made his work very popular and it went through nine editions (see Sotheran, who states there were eight editions). With owner's inscription. Small corrosion hole in frontispiece and pl. 36, wormhole in upper right corner throughout, slightly affecting upper right margin of the plates, some browning. Nevertheless a good copy with the plates in good condition.

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        Voyage merveilleux du prince Fan-Férédin dans la Romancie; contenant plusieurs observations historiques, géographiques, physiques, critiques & morales

      - Chez P. G. Le Mercier, A Paris 1735, In-12 (10x17cm), (2) vj (6) 275pp., relié. - Edizione originale, attribuito a Bougeant secondo Barbier (IV, 1091). Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Legatura in piena roano maculato. Torna nervi decorati. come Allegato all'Avana marocco. Un wormhole coda. Tracce di attrito. Buona copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, attribuée à Bougeant selon Barbier (IV, 1091). Page de titre en rouge et noir. Reliure en pleine basane mouchetée. Dos à nerfs richement orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin havane. Un trou de vers en queue. Traces de frottements. Bon exemplaire. La Romancie est le pays des romans. Le prince qui été élevé par la lecture des romans depuis son plus jeune âge est à la recherche de ce pays utopique qu'il finit par découvrir sous la terre. Toutes les choses décrites, arbres, rochers, sont contaminés par ce qu'on trouve dans les romans, ainsi les rochers sont tendres tellement ils ont écoutés des complaintes de héros... Le voyage merveilleux est en fait une critique d'une très fine intelligence sur le romanesque du XVIIe siècle, car l'auteur n'entreprend jamais une critique de fond, il a écrit un roman de voyage sur le pays des romans qui en découvre les ridicules et les excès, et il est vrai qu'une certaine production romanesque du XVIIe donne souvent raison à l'auteur avec sa cohorte de bergers, de héros antiques, et de fées.  

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        LE COURS DU PO

      1735. Carta geografica del corso del Po' in 5 fogli, applicati su tela a stacchi. Leggera ossidatura, coloritura coeva.Bibliografia: Arrigoni-Bertarelli, n. 626

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        Elements of Chemistry; being, The Annual Lectures . . . translated from the Original Latin by Timothy Dallowe, M.D.

      London: for J. and J. Pemberton, J. Clarke, A. Millar and J. Gray, 1735. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (258 x 190 mm). ix, [2], 528, [8]; [8], 376, [16] pp. and 17 folding engraved plates. Fine 20th century three-quarter morocco by George Bayntun bindery of Bath. Internally clean and crisp. Upper blank margin of first title excised, early ownership inscription erased from other, first three leaves of preliminaries and title-leaf in volume 2 with repair of lower corner, two plates a bit soiled and frayed at fore-margin. Provenance: The library of Hugh Selbourne (small ink stamp to titles verso). A fine copy. ----Garrison-Morton 666.1; Lindeboom 478; Partington II, 744; Cushing B460; DSB II, p.227. First complete edition in English, preceded only by an abridged version published in 1732. This Dallowe edition was translated from the 1732 authorized Latin edition of Boerhaave's Elementa Chimiae. The 1733 Dallowe edition cited by Lindeboom (relying on Van der Aa) is not recorded by ESTC and presumably a ghost. Boerhaave's work "remained the authoritative chemical manual for decades... In 1732 seven editions were published simultaneously in Europe." (DSB). The engraved plates are depicting laboratory apparatus, thermometers etc. Near Fine.

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        Voyage to Abyssinia

      London: Printed for A Bettsworth and C Hitch, 1735. xii+396=[8 contents] pages with tile-page printed in red and black. Small octavo (7 3/4" x 5") bound in full period leather with raised spine bands and red labels in gilt, gilt decoration to spine and ruled edges in gilt of boards, page ends marbled. Edited by Samuel Johnson. Translated from the Portuguese by Joachim le Grand. First English edition, first printing.Jeronimo Lobo, a Jesuit missionary, was born in Lisbon, and entered the Order of Jesus at the age of sixteen. In 1621 he was ordered as a missionary to India, and in 1622 he arrived at Goa. With the intention of proceeding to Abyssinia, whose Negus (emperor) Segued had been converted to Roman Catholicism by Pedro Paez, he left India in 1624. He disembarked on the coast of Mombasa, and attempted to reach his destination through the Galla country, but was forced to return. In 1625 he set out again, accompanied by Mendez, the patriarch of Ethiopia, and eight missionaries. The party landed on the coast of the Red Sea, and Lobo settled in Abyssinia as superintendent of the missions in Tigre. He remained there until death deprived the Catholics of their protector, the emperor Segued. Forced by persecution to leave the kingdom, in 1634 Lobo and his companions fell into the hands of the Turks at Massawa, who sent him to India to procure a ransom for his imprisoned fellow-missionaries. In this he was successful, but could not induce the Portuguese viceroy to send an armament against Abyssinia. Intent upon accomplishing this cherished project, he embarked for Portugal, and after he had been shipwrecked on the coast of Natal, and captured by pirates, arrived at Lisbon. Neither at this city, however, nor at Madrid and Rome, was any countenance given to Lobo's plan. He accordingly returned to India in 1640, and was elected rector, and afterwards provincial, of the Jesuits at Goa. After some years he returned to his native city, and died there on the 29th of January 1678. Lobo wrote an account of his travels in Portuguese, which appears never to have been printed, but is deposited in the monastery of St Roque, Lisbon. Balthazar Telles made large use of the information therein in his Historia geral da Ethiopia a Alta (Coimbra, 1660), often erroneously attributed to Lobo. Lobo's own narrative was translated from a Manuscript copy into French in 1728 by the Abbe Joachim le Grand, under the title of Voyage historique d'Abissinie. In 1669 a translation by Sir Peter Wyche of several passages from a manuscript account of Lobo's travels was published by the Royal Society (translated in M. Thevenot's Relation des voyages in 1673). An English abridgment of Le Grand's edition by Dr Johnson was published in 1735 (reprinted 1789). In a Memoire justificatif en rehabilitation des peres Pierre Paez et Jerome Lobo, Dr C T Beke maintains against Bruce the accuracy of Lobo's statements as to the source of the Abai branch of the Nile.Condition:Recased else a near fine copy.

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        Histoire de Madame la Comtesse DES BARRES, A Madame la Marquise DE LAMBERT.

      [2], 138 pages. Contemporary full sheep gilt, recently expertly re-backed; red title label. Binding: 134x 83 mm (51/4 x 31/4 inches). First edition. Ink stain on fore-edge, affecting nine leaves, and encroaching, at most, 3mm into the blank margin. Very rare. De Choisy was born in Paris. His father was attached to the household of the duke of Orléans, and his mother, who was on intimate terms with Anne of Austria, was regularly called upon to amuse Louis XIV. By a whim of his mother, the boy was dressed like a girl until he was eighteen, and, after appearing for a short time in man's costume, he resumed woman's dress on the advice--doubtless satirical--of Madame de La Fayette. He delighted in the most extravagant toilettes until he was publicly rebuked by the duc de Montausier, when he retired for some time to the provinces, using his disguise to assist his numerous intrigues. Though he wrote a number of works in his lifetimes, he is remembered for his gossiping Mémoires (1737). Choisy is said to have burnt some of his indiscreet revelations, but left a considerable quantity of unpublished manuscript. Part of this material, giving an account of his adventures as a woman, was surreptitiously used in an anonymous Histoire de madame la comtesse de Barres (Antwerp, 1735) and again with much editing in the Vie de M. l'abbé de Choisy (Lausanne and Geneva, 1742), ascribed by Paul Lacroix to Lenglet Dufresnoy; the text was finally edited (1870) by Lacroix as Aventures de l'abbé de Choisy.

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        Histoire de la ville de Paris

      Original edition, rare, published anonymously, and has never been reprinted; 5 leaflets illustrated maps of Paris for the four time periods studied the history of Paris, ranging from the dawn of the monarchy of Louis XV (to Louis X, Philip VI to Charles X, Charles X Henry IV and the latter to the reign of Louis XV). This edition was published simultaneously in Pierre-François Giffart.Binding in full mottled brown sheepskin of the time. Back with nerves decorated with four jewels and a tail wheel. Part of title and volume number in red morocco. Lack head of the rotator volumes II and III. Head caps threadbare for volumes IV and V. Tail Hat Volume IV threadbare. Most corners bumped. Friction.The book was written from the history of the city of Paris and of Félibien Lobineau 5 folio volumes (1725), she wanted more accessible, financially and intellectually. The fifth volume is a description of the city of Paris, extent at different ages, churches, schools, places, old streets and new streets, monuments ... ChezJulien Michel Gandouin à Paris 1735 in-12 (9x16,5cm) VI-576 pp. et IV-498-(4) pp. et IV-586 pp. et IV-532 pp. et IV-544 pp. 5 volumes reliés

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        Réflexions critiques sur l'histoire des anciens peuples Chaldéens, Hébreux, Phéniciens, Egyptiens, Grecs, etc. jusqu'au temps de Cyrus

      Chez Musier, Jombert, Briasson, Bulot. First Edition. Full brown calf glossy marbled time. Back to nerves decorated horseshoes thistle in decorated boxes. Part of title in red morocco, and volume number in brown morocco. A lack of tail tome II. 4 corners bumped in Volume II, one in Volume I. Friction in caps, corners and joint. a tear in the outer margin to the middle of page p. 225 without loss. Beautiful set. Critical reflections were an ambitious new work trying to sweep everything that had been written on the timeline; Book organized and rigorous teaching method, Critical reflections seek the common origin of mythologies, and is seeking the origin they are reforming the timeline. It was, however, criticized the author of bad analogies and daring, as the approximation of Chronos and Abraham. Famous orientalist, professor of Arabic and specialist of the Chinese language, Fourmont in each area he approached, and the origin of languages, brought a new vision shoved the established dogma. Engraved bookplate eighteenth arms of Abbot de la Porte, vicar general of Bordeaux. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Musier, Jombert, Briasson, Bulot à Paris 1735 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in 4 (19x25,5cm) (8) iij - lvj 383pp. (3) et (2) 503pp. (1bc) 44pp. relié

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        The chace. A poem. By William Somervile, Esq

      First Edition London Printed for G. Hawkins, and sold by T. Cooper at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row MDCCXXV [1735] 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. Near Fine 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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        THESOURO SERAPHICO

      - DESCOBERTO NO CAMPO DO Evangelho pelo Patriarcha dos Pobres N. P. S. Francisco, Expostos Aos seus filhos por um deles o menor Fr. Valerio do Sacramento, Filho da Provincia de Santo Antonio de Portugal, Diffinidor habitual, Qualificador do Santo Officio, & Padre da Immaculada Conceiçaõ do Brasil. DIVIDIDO EM TRES PARTES, NA PRIMEIRA SE TRATA DA REGRA Minorítica, e seus preceitos em comum: Na Segunda, dos preceitos em Particular; E na terceira, dos casos reservados na Ordem. No fim se accrescenta um Directorio para os Noviços OFFERECIDO A N. SERAPHICO P. S. FRANCISCO. COIMBRA : No REAL COLLEGIO DAS ARTES DA COMPANHIA DE JESU, Anno de 1735. In 4º (de 19,5x14 cm) com [31], 300, 103 pags. Encadernação da época inteira de pele com ferros a ouro na lombada e nervos. Ilustrado com vinhetas e tarjas tipográficas. Exemplar com leves vestígios de humidade e trabalhos de traça marginais. 1ª edição. A obra Tesouro Seráfico é um vade mecum dos assuntos da vida quotidiana dos Frades Menores, com as explicações de tudo aquilo que estes podiam e deviam fazer, segundo as normas franciscanas e os comentários dos doutores da Igreja e dos Papas. O texto encontra-se organizado em perguntas e respostas, sem recurso à exposição do texto original das normas completas, e em linguagem simples e directa para o entendimento dos religiosos desta ordem que em geral não eram letrados. Aborda todo o género de questões, p. ex., que tipo de pano é que os frades usam no seu hábito, quem o autoriza e com que autoridade (pag.86) sendo as irregularidades sujeitas a excomunhão; quem pode e deve prégar (pags. 190-222); quem é professo e é descendente de judeus poderá fazer profissão válida? (pag. 67); peca contra a Regra o frade menor que se aplica aos estudos ((p. 212), no entanto os frades menores não estavam obrigados a trabalhar corporalmente (p.133); as dificuldades impostas por esta ordem para os frades menores passarem ao estado de bispos (p. 74); proibição dos frades terem escravos (p. 218); as formas como os frades podem, ou não podem, recorrer à pecunia e como devem tratar com o dinheiro (p. 33 e 103); de como devem os frades distribuir os seus bens quando entram na ordem (p.47); os votos de pobreza (p. 139); as questões da apropriação, compra, venda e penhor de bens por parte dos frades menores (p. 148); etc. Barbosa Machado, 3, 771; Borba de Morais (Bibliogr. Bras. 2, 7619 refere a 2ª edição, de 1755) BNP tem apenas 1 exemplar nos reservados. Inocêncio 19, 315: «FR. VALLERIO DO SACRAMENTO, da provincia de Santo Antonio de Portugal, definidor habitual, qualificador do Santo Officio e padre da provincia da Immaculada Conceição do Brasil. - E. 308) Thesouro serafico descoberto no campo do Evangelho pelo patriarchados pobres N. P. S. Francisco, exposto aos seus filhos por um d'elles, o menor. Coimbra, no Real collegio das artes da Companhia de Jesus, 1735. 4.º de 300 pag - Segue ****** se ****** lhe: Directorio dos noviços pelo mesmo. Ibi 4º de 103 pag». Location/localizacao: 2-4-G-5

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        [Devotional drawing with text]. Geschreven van my, dien die wyse voorzienighyt Godts als een verwonderens waerdigs exempel van der natuer den 7:de meert 1735 zonder handen of voeten ...[Mechelen, ca. 1770]. (Ca. 50 x 28 cm). Pen drawing with text in Dutch on vellum, signed. With: ( 2) [EVERT, Jacobus Joannes]. Met permissie van de regeringe dezer stad, word aan alle heren en dames, en verdere liefhebbers bekend gemaakt, dat alhier is aangekomen. Een wonder man, Monsieur Evert genaamt ... [Mechelen, ca. 1770]. Broadsheet (22 x 16.5 cm).

      Allegorical and devotional pen drawing with text by Jacobus Joannes Evert (1735- 1789), who was born without hands and feet and made this work using his short arms. Below we find a self-portrait of the artist, sitting on a table with writing utensils. With a remarkable broadsheet, announcing Monsieur Evert's performance of "verscheide merkwaardige Kunsten" (various remarkable tricks) in an inn during the fair at Malines, includes a list of 13 tricks which he was able to perform.Ad 1: slightly soiled. Ad 2: edges slightly frayed and slightly foxed. Both items in good condition. Artefacts made by "freaks" from earlier centuries are extremely rare and the present drawing is here offered with a broadsheet announcing the extraordinary act.

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        Oratio inauguralis, de incremento philologiae sacrae ab idonea Arabiae atque Palaestinae exploratione sperando. Franeker, Willem Coulon, 1762. Folio. With the woodcut coat of arms of Friesland on the title-page. Mid-19th-century marbled wrappers.

      - STCN; for the author: Biogr. lex. gesch. Ned. protest. I, pp. 155-156; NNBW IX, col. 644. First and only edition of a Latin oration delivered at the University of Franeker by Samuel Hendrik Manger (1735-1791), Arabist and specialist in Oriental languages and Hebrew antiquities, who had been appointed professor of oriental languages at the University in 1760. It shows his interest in archaeological research carried out in the Near East by means of voyages instigated by the German scholar Johann David Michaëlis. Manger thought this kind of research would herald a new age in our understanding of the scriptures. Some minor marginal browning and a couple small marginal tears, but still in very good condition. Top of wrappers chipped. An oration on archaeology's contributions to biblical studies, in a stately presentation.

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        Description Geographique, Historique, Chronologique, Politique, et Physique de l'Empire de la Chine et de la Tartarie Chinoise .

      Chez P. G. Le Mercier, Paris 1735 - Enrichie des Cartes générales 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 la Corée ; & ornée d'un grand nombre de Figures & de Vignettes gravées en Taille-douce. 4 volumes. "Besides a very detailed geographical description, the book gave encyclopedic coverage of all aspects of Chinese civilization: the emperors and the government; the military and police institutions; the nobility; agriculture and handicrafts; the "genius," the "glory" and the appearance of Chinese religion, ethics and ceremonies, science and medicine, money and commerce, language and writing system, the production of porcelain and silkworm breeding - Wikipedia. "First book describing any part of Alaska, containing a synopsis of Bering's unpublished report of his first voyage of 1728. - Howes D546." [ Brunet II:870 - "De beaux exempl., en m. r." ; Sommervogel IV:35.11; Cordier I:45-8; Cox I:355; Lada-Mocarski 2; Lust 12; Wickersham 6099]. There is also a Chinese Play, and the first map depicting Korea separately from the continent. The text comes from the Relations principally from 27 Jesuit missionaries to China, filled with details. 53 maps and plans, including double-page plates. Folios; 592, 725, 564, 520 pages, contemporary full calf, extra-gilt spines (dulled), cover of vol. 1 repaired. 42.75 X 27.75 cm. Size: Folios [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Naval History of England, in All Its Branches; from the Norman Conquest in the Year 1066, to the Conclusion of 1734

      London: Printed for John Wilcox, at Virgil's Head, opposite the New Church, and Olive Payne, at Horace's Head, in Round Court, both in the Strand 1735 - Please note that at 7Kg. this book will require additional postage outside of the UK. | 14¼" x 9". 933pp. | The Naval History of England, in All Its Branches; from the Norman Conquest in the Year 1066, to the Conclusion of 1734. Collected from the Most Approved Historians, English and Foreign, Authentick Records and Manuscripts, Scarce Tracts, Original Journals, &c. with Many Facts and Observations, Never Before Made Publick. Two volumes bound as one, 394pp & 539pp. Illustrated by way of: Frontispiece; Chronological Tables [1]; Also laid in is a note, in script, on laid GR watermarked notepaper entitled "A Voluntary Subscription". Undated, possibly 1785, which would be during George II and addressed to The Bal of Bosworth. Most likely a draft as seems too ephemeral to be anything of great import but a curious insert none the less. For more photos or information, use the «Ask Bookseller» button and I'll be pleased to help. The book is in stock and ships from the rustic nirvana of Peasedown St. John, near Bath, England from a long-established bookseller - guaranteed by my reputation and the UK Distance Selling Act. Remember! BUYING THIS BOOK means my Jack Russells get their supper! Condition :: Poor. Heavily rubbed at the edges of the boards, joins of the spine etc. Cords now showing at the join of the upper board. First blank creased. Pages gently tanned with scattered spotting throughout. The book plate of Francis Pym to the pastedown. Hardback [Full Leather] (No Dust Wrapper.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die göttlichen Schriften vor den Zeiten des Messie Jesus. Der erste Theil worinnen die Gesetze der Israelen enthalten sind nach einer freyen Ubersetzung welche durch und durch mit Anmerkungen erläutert und bestätiget wird.

      Wertheim: Johann Georg Nehr, 1735. 4to (21.8 cm, 8.55"). 48, [2], 469, [3], [475]?1040, [2] pp. First edition of an exceedingly controversial annotated German translation of the Pentateuch. Johann Lorenz Schmidt, a Protestant dissident theologian, here attempted to provide a free translation with commentary in an objective, rational spirit; his work was denounced for naturalistic, Socinian, and anti-typological tendencies as soon as it was published, and Schmidt was arrested in 1737.    The printing was handsomely done: the large, clear black-letter text is illustrated with a total of => 13 copperplate vignettes (including Adam and Eve along with other textually appropriate scenes), most signed by Martin Tyroff. Although the present volume was intended to be the first portion of a complete Bible translation, no more was ever published.    Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate fewer than a dozen copies in U.S. libraries.    Provenance: Ex?Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School library (properly deaccessioned).         Not in Darlow & Moule. Contemporary sheep, spine gilt extra; leather largely sueded/rubbed, joints cracked, spine much chipped and worn with original title-label mostly lost and later paper shelving label chipped. Ex-library but with no markings; dedication page with inked numeral in lower margin; title-page with tipped-on paper slip, with a brief biography of Schmidt inked in an early hand. Minor age-toning with a very few occasional spots of staining. Externally somewhat battered, internally a => worthy copy of this much-debated translation.

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        Ulm eine considerable Freye Reichs Statt . (auch lat. Titel).

      Seutter/Lotter, Augsburg: 1735 - Altkolor. Kupferstich, Augsburg: Seutter/Lotter 1735/1757 59 x 50 cm. Prachtexemplar. * Sehr dekoratives Blatt: im oberen Teil große Ansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Einzeichnung aller Gebäude, umgeben von starken Befestigungsanlagen, unten blattbreite Panorama-Ansicht gegen Südwesten gesehen. Am linken Rand Gebäudeerklärungen sowie ein gestochener dt. Text zur Stadtgeschichte. Mit dem zusätzlichen Verlegervermerk "Anjezo im Verlag bey T. C. Lotter in Augsb(urg)". Das ursprünglich in der Offizin von Matthäus Seutter erschienene Blatt wurde nach dessen Tod (1757) mit unveränderter Kupferplatte, jedoch mit hinzugravierter Verlagsadresse von Lotter weiterhin herausgegeben. Lit.: M. Ritter, Die Welt aus Augsburg. Landkarten von T. C. Lotter (1717-1777) und seinen Nachfolgern. Berlin 2014.

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        Ulma Memorabilis ac Permunita Libera Imperii Civitas ad Danubium.

      1735 - Ulm aus der Vogelschau. Seutter, M.: Ulma Memorabilis ac Permunita Libera Imperii Civitas ad Danubium Ulm eine Considerable Freye Reichs Statt in Schwaben ca. 1735 Ulm aus der Vogelperspektive nach Merian. Großer, altkolorierter Kupferstichplan der Stadt Ulm/Donau. Der perspektivische Gesamtplan mit Bestimmung einzelner Bauten sowie ausführlichen Erläuterungen. Im unteren Bereich die Ansicht ‚Ulm gegen Sud West‘ mit zwei Wappendarstellungen. Titel in kolorierter Schriftleiste oberhalb der Darstellung. Blattgröße: 50.0 x 57.8 cm. Ränder sorgfältig hinterlegt, gute Erhaltung.Fauser 14452

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        Histoire d'Urbain Grandier, condamné comme magicien, & comme auteurde la possession des religieuses ursulines de Loudin. Par monsieur ***

      191 pages A Amsterdam, aux dépens de la Compagnie, 1735, in-8, 191 pages, double couverture d'attente ; l'une de papier tourniquet, postérieure, l'autre, ancienne, de pepier peigne, Troisième édition de cet ouvrage sur le procès en sorcellerie d'Urbain Grandier paru originellement en 1693 sous le titre Histoire de diables de Loudun. C'est le premier ouvrage de l'écrivain protestant Nicolas Aubin, né à Loudun vers 1655, exilé en Hollande à la suite de la révocation de l'Édit de Nantes. En se gardant de toute partialité, l'auteur de cette histoire des Ursulines possédées se place, dès l'abord, du côté de ceux qui jugent les possessions et exorcismes comme étant faux et feints et qui estiment que Grandier fut victime d'une conspiration menée, en haut lieu, par le cardinal de Richelieu. "Pour punir les crimes réels de ce curé, [la Providence] livra aux châtiments les plus affreux de la Justice humaine, des crimes faux & supposés qu'on lui imputa. Tel est le jugement de la saine partie du monde". Grandier fut condamné à être brûlé vif place Sainte Croix de Loudun après avoir fait "amende honorable" devant la porte principale de l'église Saint-Pierre du Marché et devant cette de Sainte-Ursule. Édition non citée par Caillet et Dorbon. Exemplaire non rogné. Feuillet A2 court de margé extérieure. Haag, La France protestante, t. I, p. 190.

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        Die göttlichen Schriften vor den Zeiten des Messie Jesus. Der erste Theil worinnen die Gesetze der Israelen enthalten sind nach einer freyen Ubersetzung welche durch und durch mit Anmerkungen erläutert und bestätiget wird.

      Wertheim: Johann Georg Nehr, 1735. 4to (21.8 cm, 8.55"). 48, [2], 469, [3], [475]–1040, [2] pp. First edition of an exceedingly controversial annotated German translation of the Pentateuch. Johann Lorenz Schmidt, a Protestant dissident theologian, here attempted to provide a free translation with commentary in an objective, rational spirit; his work was denounced for naturalistic, Socinian, and anti-typological tendencies as soon as it was published, and Schmidt was arrested in 1737.    The printing was handsomely done: the large, clear black-letter text is illustrated with a total of => 13 copperplate vignettes (including Adam and Eve along with other textually appropriate scenes), most signed by Martin Tyroff. Although the present volume was intended to be the first portion of a complete Bible translation, no more was ever published.    Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate fewer than a dozen copies in U.S. libraries.    Provenance: Ex–Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School library (properly deaccessioned).         Not in Darlow & Moule. Contemporary sheep, spine gilt extra; leather largely sueded/rubbed, joints cracked, spine much chipped and worn with original title-label mostly lost and later paper shelving label chipped. Ex-library but with no markings; dedication page with inked numeral in lower margin; title-page with tipped-on paper slip, with a brief biography of Schmidt inked in an early hand. Minor age-toning with a very few occasional spots of staining. Externally somewhat battered, internally a => worthy copy of this much-debated translation.

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        Voyage merveilleux du Prince Fan-Férédin dans la Romancie; contenant plusieurs observations historiques, géographiques, physiques, critiques et morales.

      chez Le Mercier, A Paris 1735 - In-12 de (2)-VI-(6)-275 pp., veau marbré, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, tranches marbrées( reliure de l'époque). Edition originale. Hartig & Soboul p. 47 : « Ce voyage imaginaire appartient en propre à la littérature précieuse du XVIIe siècle, il s'inscrit dans la lignée du Pays du tendre de Mlle de Scudéry : la Romancie est le pays charmant des romans, utopie précieuse dénuée de tout élément de critique ou d'imagination sociale. L'ouvrage est aussi un catalogue d'allusions littéraires qui rend compte du type de lectures de l'auteur ». Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Christian's Pattern; Or, a Treatise of the Imitation of Christ. Written originally in Latin, by Thomas a Kempis. ... Compared with the Original, and Corrected Throughout by John Wesley.

      Printed for C. Rivington, at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard. Hardcover. B01N7YYTIJ 1735 first Wesley edition, 'Printed for C. Rivington, at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard' (London), 5 1/4 x 7 7/8 inches tall hardbound, brown buckram cloth over dark brown leather spine, five raised bands and red and black gilt-lettered leather labels to spine, engraved frontispiece and full page engraving preceding each of the four books (all by Benjamin Cole), title page printed in black and red, xxxix, [1], 319, [1] pp., complete. '1736' stamped in gilt to lower spine, though the correct date is 1735 (there was no 1736 issue). Slight soiling and minor rubbing and edgewear to covers. Bookplate of former Methodist minister and University of Manchester professor of theology Arthur A. Pailin (b. 1936) to front pastedown. Soiling and edge-chipping to frontispiece and title page. Four-inch closed tear to the first page of Book 3, from the top page edge halfway down the page. Otherwise, apart from an occasional instance of slight soiling, foxing or minor creasing, a very good copy - clean, bright and unmarked - of this scarce and important early title in John Wesley's large catalog of published works, the third published work in his bibliography. References: Baker, 3; ESTC No. T28505. ~KM3~ The first edition of the translation of the devotional classic 'The Imitation of Christ' by Anglican cleric and theologian John Wesley (1703-1791), who, with his brother Charles and fellow cleric George Whitefield, founded Methodism. Wesley entitles his translation The Christian's Pattern, just as George Stanhope did in his 1698 edition, though Wesley's is widely considered a far more careful and accurate version of the original than Stanhope's much reprinted loose paraphrase. As bibliographer W.A. Copinger said, 'The translation of Wesley is certainly to be reckoned amongst the best,' even though the 1735 edition is 'little known, an abstract or abridgement of it having practically taken its place' (On the English Translations of the 'Imitatio Christi,' 1900). After the birth of the Methodist movement in 1738-39, Wesley produced the greatly abridged version, entitled 'An Extract of the Christian's Pattern,' first printed in 1741 and reprinted dozens of times thereafter in mostly small and inexpensive editions. The Imitation of Christ was originally written by Catholic monk Thomas Kempis (circa 1380-1471), as four separate books completed between 1420 and 1427, at Mount Saint Agnes monastery, in the town of Windesheim, located in what is now the Netherlands. He wrote these works for the instruction of novices of his Augustinian monastic order, followers of Geert Groote's Brethren of the Common Life. But the writings quickly became popular among all the literate faithful. Full title of this edition: 'The Christian's Pattern; Or, a Treatise of the Imitation of Christ. Written Originally in Latin, By Thomas a Kempis. With a Preface, Containing an Account of the Usefulness of This Treatise: Directions for Reading It with Advantage; and Likewise an Account of this Edition. Compared with the Original and Corrected Throughout by John Wesley.' . Good. 1735. First Edition.

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        HISTORIA TRAGICO-MARITIMA.

      - Em que se escrevem chronologicamente os Naufrágios que tiveraõ as Naos de Portugal, depois que se poz em exercicio a Navegação da Índia. TOMO PRIMEIRO [TOMO SEGUNDO] OFFERECIDO Á Augusta Magestade do Muito Alto e Muito Poderoso Rey. D. JOÃO V. Nosso Senhor. POR BERNARDO GOMES DE BRITO (Escudo das armas reais portuguesas) LISBOA OCCIDENTAL. Na Officina da Congregação do Oratório. M. DCC. XXXV. - M. DCC. XXXVI (1735-1736) Com todas as licenças necessárias. In 4.º de 21x16 cm. 2 volumes com [xvi], 479, [i br.] e [xvi], 538, [ii em br.] págs. Encadernações inteiras de pele ao gosto da época com nervos, ferros a ouro nas lombadas e os títulos gravados a ouro sobre rótulos vermelhos. Corte das folhas carminado. A obra contém uma dedicatória a D. João V que foi impressa com grandes e elegantes caracteres itálicos, com cabeção decorativo e capitular, ornamentada com artísticos e finos desenhos. Cada uma das relações apresenta folha de rosto própria, adornada com a respectiva vinheta representando o naufrágio, cabeções e florões de remate. Exemplar com assinaturas de posse rasuradas e cotas numéricas da Biblioteca do Convento de S. Francisco de Xabregas, inscritas no topo das folhas de rosto. Tem Ex-libris do Engenheiro Agrónomo Dr. João Braga, colados no interior das pastas anteriores. Valioso espécime bibliográfico que une o excelente estado de conservação com a grande raridade dos exemplares e o elevado valor literário, dramático e humano das obras que o compõem. Estas relações são muito importantes do ponto de vista histórico porque são a fonte mais original para a localização e classificação dos vestígios arqueológicos produzidos pelos naufrágios. A obra contém 12 relações de naufrágios, metade das quais são aqui editadas pela primeira vez, as outras foram publicadas em folhetos avulsos próximo da data dos acontecimentos, podendo por isso ser consideradas quase inéditas, dado que as cópias desses folhetos são raríssimas e não constam, na sua maior parte, dos acervos das bibliotecas portuguesas. O valor literário dos textos é muito elevado em todas estas Relações de Naufrágios, pois datam do Século de Ouro da literatura portuguesa, sendo algumas da autoria de grandes escritores como Diogo do Couto. Todas se caracterizam por um estilo cheio de energia, correcção e elegância. Por outro lado, as circunstâncias extremas a que eram expostos os náufragos tocaram profundamente os leitores de todas as épocas, tendo o naufrágio do galeão grande São João impressionado os leitores, de tal forma, que se tornou precursor e um paradigma do género, tendo sido glosado por inúmeros poetas e escritores, por vezes, num alto nível literário como Camões e Jerónimo Corte Real. Nas duas últimas décadas, esta obra cimeira da literatura universal tem sido alvo de numerosos estudos universitários, dos quais damos nas referências um dos exemplos marcantes, da autoria de Kioko Koiso. Tem sido corrente abordar as descrições de naufrágios como o reverso da epopeia, o seu lado negro, no entanto, ainda assim, são extraordinárias histórias de coragem e resiliência protagonizadas por todas as classes sociais de um pequeno povo. Os dois volumes têm o seu conteúdo assim distribuído: As folhas preliminares não numeradas do primeiro tomo incluem dedicatória a D. João V, censura de Fr. Manuel de Sá e aprovação de Fr. Crispim de Oliveira pelo Santo Ofício, censura do P. Júlio Francisco pelo Ordinário, de Fr. Lucas de Santa Catarina pelo Paço, Licenças e índex dos naufrágios. As do segundo tomo contêm censura do P. José Troiano e de Fr. José da Assunção pelo Santo Ofício, de Fr. Francisco Xavier de Santa Teresa pelo Paço, licenças e índex dos naufrágios. 1º TOMO (Transcrevemos os títulos do índice, modernizando a ortografia): Naufrágio do Galeão grande S. João, na Terra do Natal, no ano de 1552. [Capitão Manuel de Sousa de Sepulveda.]. Por Álvaro Fernandes (1ª edição 1554, 1592, 1625, 1633, 17-? contrafacção) Naufrágio da Nau S. Bento no Cabo de Boa Esperança, no ano de 1

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        La Statique des Vegetaux, et l'Analyse de l'Air. Experiences Nouvelles Lues a la Societe Royale de Londres. Par M. Hales D.D. & Membre de cette Societe. Ouvrage traduit de l'Anglois, par M. de Buffon, de l'Academie Royale des Sciences. Translation of: Vegetable Staticks, or, An account of some Statical Experiments on the Sap in Vegetables ... also a Specimen of an Attempt to Analyse the Air.

      A Paris, Chez Debure l'aine, a l'entree du Quay des Augustins, du cote du Pont Saint Michel, a Saint Paul. M.DCC.XXXV. 1735 : , 1735. Quarto, 252x185mm. In original speckled brown calf binding, slightly rubbed, with blind ruled border on boards. Spine with five raised bands and tan lettering-piece; compartments with gilt rule outline with a small floral motif in the centre, also gilt. All edges washed red. Marbled end-papers. xviii, [8], 408 pages; signatures: a-c4, d1, A-Z4, Aa-Zz4, 3A-3E4 (Ddii mis-signed Ccii); pagination slightly irregular. 20 plates on [10] fold-out leaves signed: Maisonneuve, with occasional minor dusting but all bright and clean. Additional leaf tipped in after title-page on recto of which is: 'Extrait Des Registres de l'Academie Royale des Sciences Du 10 Mars 1734', signed Fontenelle, followed by 'Privilege du Roy', which continues on the verso. Errata: page [7] of second group. Includes index. Attractive, decorative head- and tail-pieces. Presentation inscription on the title-page: 'Ex Dono authoris | Cynot[?] De Charancin. 'Appendice Contenant Plusieurs Observations et Plusieurs Experiences Qui ont rapport aux precedentes': pages [319]-400. A few pages browned. Slight paper fault at lower foredge corner of page 9 causing a little loss in margin. Minor damp-marking in lower foredge corner from about Rr1 to end. This translation into French of Hales's 'Vegetable Staticks' was M. Buffon's first published work. Crisp, clean and tight. (Further information and photographs available on request.) .

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        raxis Geometriae, worinnen nicht nur alle bey dem Feld-Messen vorkommende Fälle, mit Stäben, dem Astrolabio, der Boussole, und der Mensul, in Ausmessung eintzeler Linien, Flächen und gantzer Revier, welche ... eine Land-Carte ausmachen, auf ebenen Boden und Gebürgen, die Abnehmung derer Höhen und Wasser-Fälle, nebst beygefügten practische Hand-Griffen, deutlich erörtert... Neunte Edition. With: (2) PENTHER, Johann Friedrich. Zugabe zur Praxi Geometriae, worinn noch verschiedene zur ausübenden Geometria nützliche Stücke, dabey auch zweyerley Arten architectonische Schnecken ... zu zeichnen angeweisen werden, und endlich eine Zusammensetzung einer guten Wasser Waage, wie auch derselben Gebrauch mitgetheilet wird. Augsburg, J.M. Probst, 1788-1790. 2 parts in 1 volume. Folio. With 2 engraved frontispieces, second title-page with half-page engraved town view, and 39 folding engraved plates. Contemporary half calf.

      Cf. Berlin Kat. 1735; Honeyman 2444, 2445; Poggendorf II, cols. 399-400; Sotheran, Second suppl. 2158-2159. Ninth edition of "one of the most popular German works on surveying" (Sotheran). Johann Friedrich Penther (1693-1749), professor of mathematics and economy at the university of Göttingen) deals with geometry and its application in surveying. He discusses the instruments used, such as rules, compasses, graphometer, geometrical circle, geometrical table, surveyor's level pole, and shows how to calculate the size of differently shaped surfaces, circles, cones and cylinders, how to draw multiple-angled surfaces, circles, etc., how to calculate distances in flat areas and mountainous terrain, how to divide a piece of land, how to draw a fortification, etc. The Zugabe deals with the calculation of the contents of cones and cylinders. This knowledge is applied to tunnels, architecture (sloping walls, arches, etc). Penther also includes his design for a surveyor's level pole. Each subject is accompanied by a folding engraved plate showing measuring instruments, geometrical figures, maps of lakes, roads, estates, architectural structures, etc. Penther's lucid style and the attractive illustrations made his work very popular and it went through nine editions (see Sotheran, who states there were eight editions). With owner's inscription. Small corrosion hole in frontispiece and pl. 36, wormhole in upper right corner throughout, slightly affecting upper right margin of the plates, some browning. Nevertheless a good copy with the plates in good condition.

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        Plan de la Situation du Rhein et des Environs depuis Ettlingen jusqu à Gernsheim, sur lequel sont marqués les Fondations et Epaulement des differens Camps et Postes, que les Trouppes auxiliaires d Empire y ont formé, l an 1735. Echelle de 2 Heures.

      - Aquarellplan von Th. Tiezmann, 1735, 44x113 cm (im alten Rahmen: 57x123 cm). Die sehr exakte gezeichnete und dekorative Karte zeigt den Rheinlauf von Ettlingen bis Gernsheim und den Neckar bis Heidelberg, mit schöner Einzeichnung der befestigten Städte und der Truppenstellungen, mit Erläuterungs-Kartusche links und Titelkartusche rechts. (Abbildung = Ausschnitt).

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