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        I.er Livre de Pieces de Clavecin Dedié A. S. A. Mademoiselle de Soubise. Prix 9 [livre] en blanc Gravés par L. Hue. Avec Privilege du Roy

      L'Auteur. La Veuve Boivin. Le Sr. Le Clerc, Paris 1735 - First Edition, first Issue. Rare. Lesure p. 155. Gustafson and Fuller: French Harpsichord Music 1699-1780, pp. 112-114, with full inventory of contents. RISM D 1046 (copies in the U.S. at the Library of Congress and the University of California, Berkeley). Louis-Claude [Daquin] was an infant prodigy. After taking some harpsichord lessons from his godmother Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, and composition lessons from Nicolas Bernier, he was capable of playing before Louis XIV at the age of six and of conducting his own Beatus vir in the Sainte-Chapelle at the age of eight. Daquin was the best virtuoso improviser of his generation, and his published works give only a faint idea of his art. His most elaborate work is the Livre de pièces de clavecin (printed twice, in January 1735 and in 1739). Although some of the pieces (such as L'hirondelle) are more or less direct imitations of François Couperin, most of them display great originality: the Trois cadances, in almost perfect sonata form, owes its title to the triple trill which Daquin was the first in France to use, and Le coucoû is an example of his taste for the single melodic unit which he repeats throughout the piece instead of developing its thematic possibilities. Except for the gavotte in the Plaisirs de la chasse, Daquin's pieces hardly seem to have been influenced at all by Rameau's." Jean-Paul Montagnier in Grove onlineThe Meyer collection, formed over a period of some 75 years, was one of the most important collections of printed music, musical autographs, and books on music.An elegantly printed collection. Tall folio. Full polished tree calf with triple blind rules to edges, raised bands on spine in decorative compartments gilt, dark red title label gilt. 1f. (title), 1f. (dedication), [ii] ("Avertissement," including notes on performance), [i] (table of contents), 2-49, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved.Lower portion of p. 15 (blank staves) filled with music in contemporary manuscript in black ink: an anonymous monophonic piece in C major with trio in C minor (with two flats only), notated in French violin (G1) clef, untitled but most probably for violin.From the collection of André Meyer, Paris.Occasional small stains edge tears; professional repair to pp. 43-44; some leaves slightly dampstained at outer edge; dedication leaf soiled at upper right corner, with three small holes.A very good copy overall. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nouvelles methodes pour fortifier les places, & pour remedier a la foiblesse des anciennes. Ouvrage divise en cinq parties, & orne de plusieurs figures en taille-douce. Avec une introduction de ce que chaque officier d'infanterie devroit scavoir de la fortification, & en quoi consiste le fort & le foible des places, de meme du scavoir d'un ingenieur & directeur des fortifications, & de ce qu'il doit observer dans les projets & l'execution des travaux, avec plusieurs remarques sur ce sujet.

      Augsburg, Jean Andre Pfeffel, 1735 - 8°. Fronti., 15 Bl., 302 S., 1 Bl., Faute à corriger. Mit 21 Kupferstich-Falttafeln., OPerg. d. Zeit m handschriftl. Rückentitel, Namenszug u. Exlibris a. hinterlegtem Vors., hinterer fliegender Vors. fehlt. Innen einige Bl. mit kleinem Wasserrand u. min. gebräunt - insg. ein schönes Exemplar. Johann Anton Herbort (1702-1757), Ausbildung auf Kosten der bernischen Obrigkeit in Ungarn um dort in kaiserl. Diensten die Festungsbaukunst zu erlernen. Ab 1721 auf dem Balkan unter Oberst Nicolas Doxatt. 1730 war er Fortifikationsdirektor im Königreich beider Sizilien, 1731 Kapitän in Capua (Kampanien). 1734 widmete H. diese für den Festungsbau bedeutsame Schrift Karl Alexander, Hzg. von Württemberg, und trat in württemberg. Dienste. Er leitete den Bau der Schwarzwaldschanzen, die im poln. Erbfolgekrieg gegen die Franzosen gerichtet waren. Ab 1737 war er Kommandant der Festungsbauten von Hohenneuffen (Württemberg). 1742 Rückkehr in die Schweiz und Übernahme der Landvogtei Morges. Gönner des Berner Waisenhauses (HLS). 1200 gr.

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        Vetera Romanorum Itineraria, sive Antonini Augusti Itinerarium, Cum integris Jos. Simleri, Hieron. Suritae et And. Schotti notis. Itinerarium Hierosolymitanum; et Hieroclis Grammatici Synecdemus. Curante Petro Wesselingio, Qui & suas addidit adnotationes.

      Amsterdam, Wetstein & Smith 1735.. 1 (weißes) Blatt; 12 Blätter (incl. Titel in rot und schwarz); 762 Seiten; 28 Blätter (Indices); 1 (weißes) Blatt. Auf beiden Deckeln blindgeprägter Pergamentband der Zeit über 5 Bünden, mit goldgeprägtem Leder-Titelschild, hübsch marmorierten Innendeckelbezügen und allseitigem Rotschnitt. (24,8 x 20,8 cm) Gr.8°.. Mit leichten Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, die Deckel sperren ein wenig, insgesamt minimal berieben und etwas gebräunt. Das von P. Tanie? gestochene Frontispiz fehlt und liegt in Kopie bei, ebenso die beiden fliegenden Vorsätze, ansonsten sehr gut erhalten. Zwei Exlibris auf dem vorderen Innendeckel, "BIBLIOTH.[ECA] COLLEGII CAROL.[INI]", bzw. "BIBLIOTHECA DUCIS BRUNSVICENSIS ET LUNEBURGENSIS", sowie darunter ein kleines Klebeschild mit einer "14.". Mit der gestochenen Druckermarke Wetsteins und dem Motto "TERAR DUM PROSIM" (= [sinngemäß:] Mag die Sache mich aufreiben, wenn ich ihr nur nütze) auf dem Titel. Auf gutes Papier gedruckt und mit einigen Schmuckinitialen und Vignetten geschmückt. "Ein Itinerar (n., von lateinisch itinerarium, pl. Itineraria bzw. neuer auch Itinerarien, abgeleitet von lat. iter "Weg") ist allgemein die zusammenfassende Darstellung von Verkehrswegen und Straßen. Gemeint sind aber auch Straßen- und Stationenverzeichnisse, Hotelangaben, Verkehrsmittel, Tickets - also eigentlich alle zu einer Reise gehörende Information - für Reisende, Wanderer, Kaufleute oder Pilger. Auch Reisebeschreibungen und protokollarische Zusammenstellungen von Reisen bekannter und wichtiger Personen werden so bezeichnet." Franz Fiedler in "Geschichten und Alterthümer des untern Germaniens oder des Landes am Nieder-Rhein aus dem Zeitalter der römischen Herrschaft" (1824): "Die vollständigste und beste Ausgabe dieser Itinerarien ist von Peter Wesseling, Vetera Romanorum Itineraria etc. Lugd. Bat. (Leyden) 1735." Wurde auch von Gregorovius und Gibbon als Quellenwerk benutzt. "... It was first printed by H. Stephens, Paris. (1512.) The best edition is that of Wesseling, Amst. 1735, 4to. ..." William Smith in "A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology" Anmerkungen: "Wesseling, Peter (1692 - 1764) Datensatzkennung cnp01260310 Ansetzung Wesseling, Peter [GyFmDB] [GyGoGBV] Wesseling, Petrus [GyFmDB] [NeNKHB] Biographische Daten 1692-1764 Allgemeine Anmerkungen Niederla?nd. Philologe, Jurist und Historiker; Prof. in Franeker und Utrecht PND-Grundbestand Tätigkeit filoloog Jurist Philologe Wirkungsort Steinfurt [Birthplace] Quellen Nachgewiesen in [LCAuth] [Biografisch Archief van de Benelux] Werke Disputatio philologica sacra secunda ad origines H... / By Petrus Wesseling., 1715 [ STCN (ppn 151813744) ] Observationes miscellaneas philologici potissimum ... / By R.M. van Goens D.F., 1764 [ STCN (ppn 163592764) ] Wesseling, Peter: Adnotationes in Herodoti Historiarum libros IX. - 1826 Wesseling, Peter: Observationum variarum libri duo. - 1727 Namensvarianten Petrus Wesselingius Wesseling, Peter [DbA] Wesseling, Petrus Wesseling, Pieter Wesselingius, ... Wesselingius, Petrus Fiktive Namen Patrophilus, Karl Jun. Pseud." ex: CERL "Wesseling, Peter, niederländ. Philolog, geb. 7. Jan. 1692 zu Steinfurt in Westfalen, daselbst gebildet, studierte seit 1712 zu Leiden und Franeker, ward 1719 Konrektor in Middelburg, 1721 Rektor in Deventer, 1723 Professor der Beredsamkeit in Franeker, 1735 Professor der Beredsamkeit, Geschichte und griechischen Sprache in Utrecht und starb dort 9. Nov. 1764. Er lieferte "Observationum variarum libri II" (Amsterd. 1727 u. Utr. 1740; von Frotscher, Leipz. 1832), "Probabilium liber singularis" (Franeker 1731), hervorragende Bearbeitungen der "Vetera Romanorum itineraria" (Amsterd. 1735), des Diodorus (das. 1746, 2 Bde.) und des Herodot (mit Valckenaer, das. 1763) u. a. Vgl. Boot, De vita et scriptis Wesselingii (Utr. 1874)." ex: Meyers Konversationslexikon (4. Auflage, 1885 - 1892). Band 16, S. 549. Abraham Jacob van der Aa im BWN ("Biographisch Woordenboek der Nederlanden"), Band 20, S. 123 ff: "WESSELING (Petrus), zoon van Gerardus Wesseling en Anna Reiners (volgens een ander Anna Creter), werd den 7den Januarij 1692 te Steinfurt geboren. Tien jaren oud, verloor hij zijn vader, doch door bijstand van zijn oom Wessel Reiners, koopman te Emden, was zijn moeder in staat hem een goede opvoeding te geven. Hij ontving het eerste onderwijs op de Latijnsche school, vervolgens op het gymnasium Arnoldinum, waar hij de lessen van Augustus Houck, J.F.G. Pagenstecher en Arnoldus Visch, in de oude talen en de godgeleerdheid bijwoonde. In 1712 verdedigde hij eene Disp. theologica de petra in Matthaei euang. XVI:18. In dit zelfde jaar begaf hij zich naar Leiden, waar hij de lessen van Jacobus Gronovius, Jacobus Perizonius, Joannes a Marck, Salomo van Til, Franciscus Fabricius en Johannes Wesselius bijwoonde. Twee jaren later bezocht hij de hoogeschool te Franeker, en de lessen van Campegius Vitringa, Ruardus Andala en Albertus Schultens, onder wiens praesidium hij de tweede disputatio de Originibus linguae Hebraei den 30sten Nov. 1715 verdedigde. In 1718 werd hij proponent en prorector aan het gymnasium te Middelburg, en drie jaren later tot rector te Deventer beroepen en toen hij voor die betrekking bedankt had, benoemden hem de regering van Middelburg tot lector in de Grieksche taal en de geschiedenis. In 1723 werd hij te Franeker als hoogleeraar in de geschiedenis in plaats van Rungius beroepen, en hield in 1724 zijn oratio inaugaralis de origine pontificiae dominationis, door dr. Sepp terecht 'een flink historisch betoog' genoemd. Hij telde Willem Karel Hendrik Friso, de beide Scheltinga's, Willem en Onno van Haren, Joh. Stinstra, Petrus Fontein, Petrus Conradi en Saco Harmen van Idsinga onder zijne leerlingen. In 1734 werd hij, in plaats van Duker, tot hoogleeraar in de welsprekendheid, geschiedenis en Grieksche taal aan de hoogeschool te Utrecht beroepen. Hij sloeg dit beroep af, doch, toen hij in 1735 op nieuw door curatoren dezer hoogeschool werd uitgenoodigd om die betrekking te vervullen op eene wedde van f 1600, gaf hij aan hunne roepstem gehoor en aanvaardde den 13 Junij van dat jaar zijn post met eene oratie pro historiis. Zes jaren later sloeg hij de uitnoodiging van curatoren der Leidsche hoogeschool om het hoogleeraarambt aan hunne hoogeschool te vervullen af, en bleef te Utrecht, waar hij in 1745, na den dood van Abraham Wieling, ook tot het onderwijs van het jus publicum Romano-Germanicum geroepen werd. Na den dood van Drakenborch kreeg hij het opzicht over de akademische bibliotheek. Terecht wordt Wesseling voor een der uitstekendste philologen en critici van zijn tijd gehouden, en verdient ten volle den lof hem door Saxe, Bonnet, M. Tydeman, van Goens, en nog onlangs door Boot gegeven. Vele voortreffelijke werken heeft hij geschreven en geommentarieerd, en van vele geleerde genootschappen was hij lid. Hij overleed den 9den November 1764, bij zijne huisvrouw Anna Apollonia, dochter van den hoogleeraar Hermannus Bonnet, twee dochters, Cornelia Elizabeth en Anna Apollonia (zijn zoon was reeds vroeger gestorven) nalatende. Hij gaf, behalve de beide vermelde oratien, in het licht: (...) Vetera Romanorum itineraria, sive Anton. Aug. itinerarium, itinerarium Hierosolymitanum et Hieroclus Synecdemus, Curante. P.W. (...) Ook gaf hij in het licht: Jo Caroli de rebus Casparis a Robles Billaei in Frisia gestis commentariorum libri IV. Leov. ap. Tobiam van Dessel 1751. Sommige exemplaren hebben verkeerdelijk een anderen uitgever en het jaar 1750 op den titel. Hij schreef ook Praefationes voor de uitgaaf der Epistolae Ern. Martinii Hispani. Amst. 1758, en voor Tom III. Thesauri Morelliani. Amst. 1752. Onzeker is het of zijne Oratio de vitiis et defectibus historiae ecclesiasticae in 1735 te Franeker en de statu religionis et reipublicae sub Constantino Magno in 1737, de vera ciortatis felicitate in 1746 en de viro bono cive bono, in 1749 te Utrecht gehouden, gedrukt zijn. Mahne gaf 16 brieven van hem aan Ruhnkenius in het licht: D. Ruhnk. epist. ad diversos, p. 101-133. Boot voegde achter zijn in 1874 te Utrecht uitgegeven werk: de vita et scriptis Petri Wesselingii nog een Epistola T. Hensterhusii aan hem. ..." J. Wetstein & G. Smith Datensatzkennung cni00046991 Ansetzung J. Wetstein & G. Smith [ES-BaUB] Tätigkeit Impremta Wirkungsort Amsterdam, Paisos Baixos (1734-1741) Link http://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cni00046991 Letzte Änderung: 2014-03-26 In die Zwischenablage Add to clipboard Siehe auch Personen Smith, William <1697?-1741> Sonstiges Wetstein, Jacobus <fl. 1727-1777> Sonstiges Quellen Nachgewiesen in [Lesage, Alain Rene. Le bachelier de Salamanque ou les memoires de D. Cherubin de la Ronda, 1739-1740: port. (J. Wetstein & G. Smith)] [LC/NAF, 29 marc 2011 (enc.: Wetstein, Jacobus, fl. 1727-1777 ; until 1734 worked with brother Rudolf and W. Smith; from 1734-41 with W. Smith alone)] [BNF/A, 5 febr. 2009 (enc.: Smith, William (1697?-1741) ; A partir de 1727, travaille en association avec ses beau-pere et beau-frere Rudolf et Jacob Wetstein ; a partir de 1734, avec Jacob Wetstein seul)] * Zahlung mit VISA/ MASTERCARD möglich. Versand mit Deutsche Post oder DHL. *

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        LA GERUSALEMME LIBERATA Con le annotazioni di Scipione Gentili e Giulio Guastavini.

      Urbino, per Girolamo Mainardi, 1735. In-4 gr. (mm. 336 x 220), p. pelle bazana coeva, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. floreali e tit. oro, 10 cc.nn., 316 pp.num., bella vignetta incisa al frontespizio con tit. in rosso e nero, ornato da grandi capilettera, pure inc. in rame. Dedica al Signor D. Orazio Albani. ?"Con la Vita del medesimo, Allegoria del poema, Argomenti incisi ne?' rami del Tempesta, ed Indice di tutti i nomi propri, e materie principali contenute nell?'Opera?". Questa importante edizione è illustrata da 20 pregevoli tavv. inc. in rame: sono figure tolte dalle celebri invenzioni di Antonio Tempesta, famoso pittore e incisore fiorentino (1555-1630). Le tavole, una per ogni Canto, sono divise in due sezioni: la parte superiore inquadra in una cartouche riccamente figurata un sonetto sull'argomento di ciascun libro, l'inferiore rappresenta una scena del poema. Una fra le più eleganti e stimate edizioni della Gerusalemme Liberata. Cfr. ?"Raccolta Tassiana?",255 - Brunet,V,666 - Gamba,947 - Graesse,VII,33 - Cicognara,1114. Solo nelle ultime 16 cc. alone al marg. bianco super., altrimenti esempl. ben conservato.

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        I.er Livre de Pieces de Clavecin Dedie A. S. A. Mademoiselle de Soubise... Prix 9 [livre] en blanc Graves par L. Hue... Avec Privilege du Roy

      Paris L'Auteur... La Veuve Boivin... Le Sr. Le Clerc 1735. Tall folio. Full polished tree calf with triple blind rules to edges, raised bands on spine in decorative compartments gilt, dark red title label gilt. 1f. (title), 1f. (dedication), [ii] ("Avertissement," including notes on performance), [i] (table of contents), 2-49, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Lower portion of p. 15 (blank staves) filled with music in contemporary manuscript in black ink: an anonymous monophonic piece in C major with trio in C minor (with two flats only), notated in French violin (G1) clef, untitled but most probably for violin. From the collection of Andre Meyer, Paris. Occasional small stains edge tears; professional repair to pp. 43-44; some leaves slightly dampstained at outer edge; dedication leaf soiled at upper right corner, with three small holes. A very good copy overall.. First Edition, first Issue. Rare. Lesure p. 155. Gustafson and Fuller: French Harpsichord Music 1699-1780, pp. 112-114, with full inventory of contents. RISM D 1046 (copies in the U.S. at the Library of Congress and the University of California, Berkeley). Louis-Claude [Daquin] was an infant prodigy. After taking some harpsichord lessons from his godmother Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre, and composition lessons from Nicolas Bernier, he was capable of playing before Louis XIV at the age of six and of conducting his own Beatus vir in the Sainte-Chapelle at the age of eight... Daquin was the best virtuoso improviser of his generation, and his published works give only a faint idea of his art. His most elaborate work is the Livre de pieces de clavecin (printed twice, in January 1735 and in 1739). Although some of the pieces (such as L'hirondelle) are more or less direct imitations of Francois Couperin, most of them display great originality: the Trois cadances, in almost perfect sonata form, owes its title to the triple trill which Daquin was the first in France to use, and Le coucou is an example of his taste for the single melodic unit which he repeats throughout the piece instead of developing its thematic possibilities. Except for the gavotte in the Plaisirs de la chasse, Daquin's pieces hardly seem to have been influenced at all by Rameau's." Jean-Paul Montagnier in Grove online The Meyer collection, formed over a period of some 75 years, was one of the most important collections of printed music, musical autographs, and books on music. An elegantly printed collection.

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        Gesamtans., "Hildesia - Hjldeshejm".

      . altkol. Kupferstich v. I.C. Leopold n. F.B. Werner, um 1735, 19 x 28. Nicht bei Fauser. Im Himmel Titel auf Spruchband und 2 Putten mit Erklärungen v. 1 - 23, unter der Ansicht Legende in latein. und deutscher Sprache. Schönes, frisches Altkolorit.

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        CAUSIS ET SIGNIS ACUTORUM, ET DIUTURNORUM MORBORUM LIBRI QUATUOR.

      Janssonios Vander Aa, Lugduni Ba 1735 - First Edition. Janssonios Vander Aa, Lugduni Batavorum, Leiden 1735. Large folio-sized hardcover FIRST edition, bound into red cloth boards. Light wear to the cloth, with dust-toning & some scuffing to board surfaces & larger marks to the rear board. Lettered in gilt to the spine. Tanned fore-edges. Internally pale green & peach marbled endpapers. Light cockling to the pages. Age-toned, page bodies with shade increasing in density towards the extremities, yet text remains sharp. A dual text : Latin & Greek. Rubricated title page. Errata indicis to be found on the last page. Binding remains sound. All wear commensurate with the age of the volume. DISPATCHED FROM THE UK WITHIN 24 HOURS ( BOOKS ORDERED OVER THE WEEKEND DISPATCHED ON MONDAY) BY ROYAL MAIL. ALL OVERSEAS ORDERS SENT BY AIR MAIL. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Seutter, "Ceylon olim Taprobana ..".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, um 1735, 49 x 57. Sandler, S. 10 ( 178 ) - Westorientierte Karte in einem besonders schönen Kolorit, Unten rechts die dek. Titelkartusche mit einem Elefanten ( ebenfalls altkol.) - 1. Ausgabe vor dem Druckprivileg.

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        Nouvelles methodes pour fortifier les places, & pour remedier a la foiblesse des anciennes. Ouvrage divise en cinq parties, & orne de plusieurs figures en taille-douce. Avec une introduction de ce que chaque officier d'infanterie devroit scavoir de la fortification, & en quoi consiste le fort & le foible des places, de meme du scavoir d'un ingenieur & directeur des fortifications, & de ce qu'il doit observer dans les projets & l'execution des travaux, avec plusieurs remarques sur ce sujet.

      Augsburg, Jean Andre Pfeffel, 1735. 8°. Fronti., 15 Bl., 302 S., 1 Bl., Faute a corriger. Mit 21 Kupferstich-Falttafeln., OPerg. d. Zeit m handschriftl. Rückentitel, Namenszug u. Exlibris a. hinterlegtem Vors., hinterer fliegender Vors. fehlt. Innen einige Bl. mit kleinem Wasserrand u. min. gebräunt - insg. ein schönes Exemplar. Preis in CHF: 800. Johann Anton Herbort (1702-1757), Ausbildung auf Kosten der bernischen Obrigkeit in Ungarn um dort in kaiserl. Diensten die Festungsbaukunst zu erlernen. Ab 1721 auf dem Balkan unter Oberst Nicolas Doxatt. 1730 war er Fortifikationsdirektor im Königreich beider Sizilien, 1731 Kapitän in Capua (Kampanien). 1734 widmete H. diese für den Festungsbau bedeutsame Schrift Karl Alexander, Hzg. von Württemberg, und trat in württemberg. Dienste. Er leitete den Bau der Schwarzwaldschanzen, die im poln. Erbfolgekrieg gegen die Franzosen gerichtet waren. Ab 1737 war er Kommandant der Festungsbauten von Hohenneuffen (Württemberg). 1742 Rückkehr in die Schweiz und Übernahme der Landvogtei Morges. Gönner des Berner Waisenhauses (HLS).

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Maria Theresia Edle v. Drachenfeldt ( geb. Lidl ), "Eröffneter Kriegsschauplatz an Rhein welch enthält Chur-Pfaltz, Büstum Speyer, Nider Elsas, das Herzogthum Zwey Brück. Ein theil ...".

      . kol.,, dat. 1735, 41 x 49,5. Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, S. 270. - Seltener Einblattdruck. Unten rechts die Titelkartusche, unten links ein Insetplan von Landau. Die Karte zeigt die Südpfalz. Gebiet St. Wendel, Frankenthal, Strassburg. Sehr gut erhalten.

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        Gesamtans., "Weil - Wejl".

      . Kupferstich v. Joh. Chr. Leopold aus Europae Ornamentum et Munimenta .., um 1735, 19,5 x 28,7. Schefold, Nr. 19828; A. Marsch, F.B. Werner, S. 162 und Abb. 184 ( des 2. Zustands ). Hier vorliegend im 1. Zustand ( ohne "W3"). - Im Himmel Titel auf Spruchband und 2 Putten mit Erklärungen v. 1 - 16, unter der Ansicht Legende in latein. und deutscher Sprache.

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        a. Granata seu Punica flore simplici, Grenade

      Germany.. No date. 1735- 1745.. Engraving with mezzotint, printed in color with additional handcolor, image size 13 x 8 1/2 inches on sheet 15 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches. A few fox marks to lower margin (outside plate area), very good condition. Three flowering plants with pomegranate fruit in foreground, plate No. 557 from Johann Wilhelm Weinmann " Phytanthoza Iconographia ", printed on thick laid paper. Dunthorne (#327) notes that plates from this work represent "some of the earliest examples of color printing from a single plate", many of them printed by a combination of line engraving and mezzotint. The initial H at lower right indicates the artist engraver Johann Jakob Haid (1704-1767). .

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        Banana. 1. Musa, Dudaim, Paradis..Feigen

      Germany.. No date. 1735- 1745.. Engraving with mezzotint, printed in color with additional handcolor, image size 12 3/4 x 167 1/2 inches on sheet 16 1/2 x 20 inches, centrefold as issued. Fine condition, soft crease to mid right edge (as published). Three plants with sliced banana fruit, plate No. 227 from Johann Wilhelm Weinmann " Phytanthoza Iconographia ", printed on thick laid paper. Dunthorne (#327) notes that plates from this work represent "some of the earliest examples of color printing from a single plate", many of them printed by a combination of line engraving and mezzotint. The initial S at lower right indicates the artist engraver Abraham Seutter (ca. 1690-1747). .

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        Les cent Nouvelles nouvelles. Suivent les cent nouvelles contenant Les Cent Histoires Nouveaux, Qui sont moult plaisans a raconter, En toutes bonnes Compagnies, par maniere de joyeuseté, in 2 tomi

      prima ediz. ill., in 8°, pp. 30 nn., 349, 26 nn., 325; leg. inglese ottocentesca p / pelle, ds. a nervi con tit. in oro, front. in rosso e nero con vignette, bella antip., 1 testatina, i finalino e 100 inc. f.t. Tutte le tavv. e l?antip. sono state disegnate da Romain de Hooge e incise da G. Vander Gouwen. Il formato originale dei 2 volumi era in 8° piccolo (cm 15x10), ma è stato ingrandito (cm 20x14) da mano esperta che, con indubbia abilità, ha fatto in modo ogni pagina avesse ampi margini, rendendo questo esemplare di particolare pregio sia per la fattura artistico - artigianale che per la comodità di lettura. Dal punto di vista letterario, si tratta di una raccolta di novelle un po' maliziose e licenziose scritte da diversi autori francesi e destinata ad allietare la corte di Philippe Le Bon. L?autore principale è Antoine de La Salle. Qualche piccola spellatura alle leg., ma in complesso bell?esemplare. Brunet I, 1735 ?" Graesse 2, 102. Raro completo. 309 / 29 315

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        Brassica cauliflora, Chou fleur

      Germany.. No date. 1735- 1745.. Engraving with mezzotint, printed in color with additional handcolor, image size 12 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches on sheet 15 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches. Light soiling spots in left image, glue residue to left edge (well outside plate area); good condition. Two cauliflower plants, plate No. 256 from Johann Wilhelm Weinmann " Phytanthoza Iconographia ", printed on thick laid paper. Dunthorne (#327) notes that plates from this work represent "some of the earliest examples of color printing from a single plate", many of them printed by a combination of line engraving and mezzotint. The initial S at lower right indicates the artist engraver Abraham Seutter (ca. 1690-1747). .

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        Brassica capitata alba, Chou blond

      Germany.. No date. 1735- 1745.. Engraving with mezzotint, printed in color with additional handcolor, image size 12 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches on sheet 15 1/2 x 9 3/4 inches. Light toning to edges (well outside plate area); very good condition. Single cabbage plant, plate No. 257 from Johann Wilhelm Weinmann " Phytanthoza Iconographia ", printed on thick laid paper. Dunthorne (#327) notes that plates from this work represent "some of the earliest examples of color printing from a single plate", many of them printed by a combination of line engraving and mezzotint. The initial S at lower right indicates the artist engraver Abraham Seutter (ca. 1690-1747). .

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        The Chace A Poem

      London: Printed for G. Hawkins, 1735. First edition. Frontispiece by Scotin after Gravelot. 1 vols. 4to. Attractively bound in modern 3/4 brown calf, marbled paper sides, red morocco label on spine, a beautiful copy, with the errata leaf at the end. First edition of a Sporting Classic An extremely fine copy, large, clean and crisp, of an early and famous tribute to the virtues of hunting which has been widely reprinted. The author, a devotee of field sports, was a genial man of whom it was said "his only enemy was the weather" and of whom Dr. Johnson remarked, "He writes very well for a gentleman." A 19-page scholarly study of Somervile and The Chace, by John S. Dearden, appears in the Autumn 2001 issue of The Book Collector.

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        L' Uomo Galleggiante o sia L' Arte Ragionata Del Nuoto Scoperta Fisica

      (Il primo libro italiano sul nuoto). L' Uomo Galleggiante o sia L' Arte Ragionata Del Nuoto Scoperta Fisica . Pubblicata per graziosa munificenza de' Sovrani, e signori delle Sicilie. Ferdinando IV Borbone e Maria Carolina D' Austria pii felici augusti dal dottore di leggi Oronzio De' Bernardi (1735 - 1806) avvocato, esaminatore sinodale, e canonico della Cattedrale Chiesa della regia Citta' di Terlizzi. In Napoli, nella Stamperia Reale, MDCCXCIV (1794). 2 parti in un volume, in - 4° grande, pergamena coeva titoli e fregi in oro sul dorso. Prima parte: (8), 327, (1) pp. con ritratto dell' Autore finemente inciso in rame da Nic. Fiorillo su disegno di Franc. Lapegna; Seconda parte: (8), 237, (1) pp., 1 f. b. e 18 tavole f.t. finemente incise in rame a piena pagina. Le prime due raffigurano l' impianto per i bagni, mentre le altre raffigurano le varie posizioni per il nuoto. Esse furono incise dagli originali del Lapegna da Cesarano Nicola Fiorillo, Domenico Casanova, Guglielmo Morghen, Giuseppe Azzerboni, Aniello Lamberti e Vincenzo Scarpati, per lo più da disegni di Antonio Francesco Lapegna e Vincenzo Ferraresi. Opera di grande importanza, la cui prima parte è dedicata alla teoria fisica del nuoto, mentre la seconda è dedicata alla pratica. L?uomo galleggiante ebbe un successo europeo e fu tradotto in francese, spagnolo e tedesco. Inoltre esso servì di base all? insegnamento del tedesco Guts Muts e procurò all? autore l?iscrizione alle accademie di Pietroburgo, Edimburgo, Gottinga, Parigi e Firenze (Georgofili). Ferdinando IV assegnò poi al De Bernardi una rendita vitalizia. Esemplare ben conservato, a parte lievi rifioriture della carta. Edizione originale ed unica estremamente rara. Villani, Scrittori ed artisti pugliesi, pp. 129 - 30: Opera di gran polso, con la quale fu il primo a dimostrare come il corpo dell' uomo sia più leggero dell' acqua...

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        The Kit-Cat Club Done from the Original Paintings of Sir Geodfrey Kneller.

      - London: Sold by J. Tonson in the Strand and Mr. Faber at the Golden Head Bloomsbury Square, 1735. Folio, (18-3/8 x 12-7/8 inches). Title page by Faber after Gravelot plus 47 mezzotint portraits by Faber after Kneller mounted on thick paper stock, outlined in ink. Without the engraved dedication found in some copies.Each leaf trimmed outside the plate mark. Regency straight-grained red morocco handsomely tooled in gilt and blind. A handful of old and largely inconsequential abrasions on bottom cover with occasional quality repair; backstrip with some rubbing and a little wear at the foot. Bookplates on front pastedown and flyleaf of Frances Mary Richardson Currer (the foremost female English collector) and John Sheepshanks (the great art collector). Like its contents, an aristocratic copy. Very good. Only edition -- perhaps a deluxe copy with superb impressions of the plates and in a lovely Regency binding. When contemplating the career of Jacob Tonson the Elder, one usually considers his status as the greatest publisher and bookseller of his era, reprinting authors such as Dryden and Milton whose works had fallen out of copyright; his 1694 folio edition of Virgil is quite often considered his masterpiece. But he was also the founder of Òthe most famous of all literary clubs,Ó the club which Horace Walpole credited as populated by the Òpatriots that saved Britain.Ó What began as a rather informal congregation of luminaries became Òat its height in the first decade of the eighteenth century, BritainÕs pre-eminent political club and leading promoter and sponsor of the Whig party and its advocacy of contract theories of government, low-church interests, and the rights of religious nonconformists.Ó Neither minutes nor roll call were taken, and were it not for the series Òof forty-eight portraits of club affiliates commissioned by Tonson from the court painter Sir Godfrey KnellerÓ our knowledge of the groupÕs membership would be strained. As it stands today, the members list is impressive: Jacob Tonson, Joseph Addison, William Congreve, William Cowper. Robert Walpole, James Stanhope, Matthew Prior and John Tidcomb, to name a few. The subjects of these portraits usually gifted them to Tonson and the paintings subsequently made their way to the National Portrait Gallery. As evidenced by its distinguished provenance, this copy has very rich early impressions of the plates and is luxuriously bound. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Description géographique, historique, chronologique, politique, et physique de l'empire de la Chine et de la Tartarie chinoise.

      Paris, P.G. Le Mercier, 1735.4 volumes Folio. Contemporary mottled calf (small parts of hinges cracked but firmly holding; extremities of spines sl. damaged), spines ribbed and gilt with red and green morocco labels. With 4 title-pages printed in red and black with title-vignettes, 5 engraved vignettes, 23 engraved plates (10 folding) and 42 double-page or folding engraved maps.First edition of the 'Bible of European sinophilia'. - The most important and comprehensive work on China published up to that time. Du Halde, a Parisian Jesuit, collected and edited the letters of the Jesuit missionaries for this work. The fine plates depict all aspects of China and Chinese life including flora and fauna, engineering, astronomy, etc. The folio edition includes many important maps not previously published before, the maps are the most accurate of China available in Europe at the time. They are by Jean Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville (1697-1782), the 'finest cartographer of his time'. - 'Historically, this work must be regarded as monumental. Its strenght lies in the vast amount and variety of interesting details, which must have given its readers an impression of the magnificence of the Chinese empire and the wide range of achievements of the Chinese people in literature, science, philosophy and art' (Löwendahl, Sino-Western relations, 394). The first French folio edition is the most desirable and significant. - Some marginal waterstaining and age-browning otherwise a very good copy of a cornerstone of any collection of books on China.Cordier, B.S.,col. 46-48; Lust 16.

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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) [BROADSHEET]. [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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        Histoire de l'admirable Don Quichotte de la Manche. 6 Bde. (cplt).

      Amsterdam, Chez Pierre Humbert 1735.. Kl.-8°. Mit 47 gest. Tafeln (incl. Frontispices). Halblederbde. des 19.Jhds. auf 4 Bünden mit leichter Rückenvergoldung und goldgepr. Rückenschildern (leicht berieben)., fester Einband. Nachdruck der Ausgabe Amsterdam, Wetstein 1717. - leimschattig und mit handschr. Besitzervermerk, stellenweise leicht fleckig, einige Tafeln seitlich beschnitten (ohne Bildverlust). - Cat. de la exposicion celebrada en la Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid, 1905* unter der Nr. 214. Nicht bei Rius. Bankverbindung in Deutschland vorhanden.

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

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

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        The Works ?

      London: Printed by W. Bowyer, for Bernard Lintot between the Temple-Gates; Printed by J. Wright, for Lawton Gilliver, 1735. First folio edition, first issue (without Tonson imprint). Folding engraved frontispiece portrait by George Vertue. [xxxii], 408 pp. 2 vols. Folio. Contemporary full calf, red morocco lettering piece, rebacked, preserving most of original spine, joints rubbed, original spine leather worn and cracked, text lightly toned. Booklabel. The first collected edition of Pope&#39;s works. Griffith notes ten pieces that appear here for the first time, including the celebrated Eloise to Abelard. &#11;&#11;[With]: [The Works ? Volume II]. [London: Printed by J. Wright, for Lawton Gilliver, 1735]. [ii, To the Binder], [x], [6], [7]-66, 19, [24]-33, [1], [7]-25, [1], [35]-72, 4, 56, 65-91, [1], 12, 18, 201, [1, Errata] pp., lacking general title, half-title, and To the Reader leaves. Bound in period full panelled calf, contrasting morocco lettering pieces. Griffith 370.

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        Nonnberg

      . Die Kirchen und Kloster deren F: F: Benedictinerinen, oder der so genandte Nonenberg zu Saltzburg. Kupferstich v. Rembshart aus Danreiter "Die Saltzburgische Kirchen-Prospect" Augsburg Pfeffel um 1735, 21 x 33 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Nebehay-W. 131/Serie 1/11 - Salzburg als Motiv. Die Graphiksammlung der Residenzgalerie, Nr. 1.- Kl. Braunfleck im Himmel.

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        Gesamtans., "Magdeburgu. - Magdeburg".

      . Kupferstich v. Josef Friedr. Leopold, um 1735, 20 x 28,5. Selten! Nicht bei Fauser. Marsch, Friedrich Bernhard Werner, S. 158 ff. Nr. 111. - Im Himmel Spruchband mit Titel, rechts und links davon 2 Putti mit Erklärungen von 1 - 50. Unter der Ansicht Stadtbeschreibung in lat. u. deutscher Sprache, mittig das Stadtwappen. - Unten links mit "Nr. 23" bezeichnet.

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        Dickdook Leshon Gnebreet. A Grammar of the Hebrew Tongue, Being An Essay to bring the Hebrew +Grammar into English, to Facilitate the Instruction of all those who are desirous of aquiring a clear Idea of this Primitive Language by their own Studies

      Boston, N.E.: Printed by Jonas Green, and are to be Sold by the Author at his House in Cambridge, 1735. First edition. [4], 94, [2] pp. With a tipped-in broadside of "The Hebrew Grammar at One View, " from Parkhurst's "An Hebrew and English lexicon, " probably the 1762 edition. 1 vols. 4to. Three quarter speckled calf and marbled boards. Light stains on folding table, title-page and following three leaves. Final leaf (containing table of contents) with a one-inch triangular tear in the outer edge, costing about a dozen words. Several instances of early ink marginalia or doodlings. Very good. First edition. [4], 94, [2] pp. With a tipped-in broadside of "The Hebrew Grammar at One View, " from Parkhurst's "An Hebrew and English lexicon, " probably the 1762 edition. 1 vols. 4to. The First Hebrew Grammar Published in America. A landmark in the history of printing in the Americas, this is the first Hebrew grammar published in America, printed from "the first complete fount of Hebrew type in the American colonies" (Eames).  This copy bears the manuscript name, in two places (the upper margin of pages 20 and 94), of Simeon Howard.  Howard (1733-1804) attended Harvard, graduating in 1758.  He was almost certainly a student of Monis and would have used this book as his textbook.  For more than thirty-five years Howard was the pastor of the West Church in Boston, one of the most influential churches in the city.   Hebrew type was first used in the North American colonies in the Bay Psalm Book, printed in 1640 in Cambridge.  Over the next ninety-five years Hebrew type appeared in a handful of American imprints, usually in brief examples of single words or short sentences.  By the 1720s, measures were taken to change this situation.  As Eames explains, "In 1726, Mr. Thomas Hollis, merchant of London, sent over three boxes of Greek and Hebrew types, a present from one of his friends to the Corporation of Harvard College.  Upon examination by Mr. Monis, the instructor of Hebrew in the College, the set of Hebrew types was found to be incomplete, therefore in June, 1728, the Corporation voted to send for so many Hebrew types and points as were necessary to complete the set."   Judah Monis, born in Algiers or Italy in 1683, had settled in Boston by 1720.  In 1723 he was awarded an M.A. from Harvard, and he was the instructor of Hebrew there (though never a full professor) until 1760.  Monis published several works in his lifetime, and though the present grammar was accessible to any educated person, it was produced "especially for the use of the students of Harvard-College at Cambridge."  He attempted to publish the book in 1720 and again in 1726, but was hindered partly by the paucity of Hebrew types noted above.  The book was finally printed in 1735 by Jonas Green, the grandson of Samuel Green, who was the second printer in the British colonies, preceded only by Stephen Day (who printed the Bay Psalm Book).  Jonas Green apprenticed under his father, Timothy Green, himself a noted printer in New London, Ct.  Jonas Green printed a few items in Boston before moving on to Philadelphia (where he worked for Franklin and Bradford) and Annapolis, where he became printer to the colony in the 1740s.  The DICKDOOK... was printed in an edition believed to be a thousand copies, and was used by students at a number of New England colleges, including Dartmouth.   A landmark of American printing history, and of Jewish Americana.

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        Geographisch-toneel, of uitgezochte kaarten

      1735. DUTCH POCKET ATLAS. Geographisch-toneel, of uitgezochte Kaarten, tot gemak der Officieren, Reisigers en Liefhebbers. By Johannes Ratelbrand. 15, [1] pp. Illustrated with 40 hand-coloured maps and views. Tall Narrow 8vo., 200 x 83 mm, bound in Dutch contemporary full red morocco, gilt- ruled borders on covers, with gilt-tooled floral vignettes in corners and in spine compartments. Amsterdam: Erven van J. Ratelband, 1735. Very Rare Dutch Pocket Atlas, with all 40 maps coloured by a contemporary Dutch hand. Published for eighteenth-century European travelers and for military officers. The maps are preceded by a folding hand- coloured engraving of "L'Architecture Militaire" that illustrates fortification technique and the many instruments of war in use by European military troops in the first half of the eighteenth century. Johannes Ratelband (II) (1704-1730) was one of the key members of a long dynasty of Dutch printers/book and map sellers in Amsterdam. The firm began with Jansz. Ratelband (1590-1656), who moved from Germany to set up a press and shop in Amsterdam at the beginning of the seventeenth century. The firm flourished uninterrupted until the 1820s, perpetuated by a succession of family members. This Pocket Atlas includes: a world map, continental maps of Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, then more detailed maps of: Germany, Hungary, Transylvania, the Balkans, Bavaria, the Palantine along the Rhine, Basel and Lake Neuchâtel, England, Scotland, Northern and Southern Spain, Catalonia, a large map of Gibraltar, the Strait of Gibraltar, Central America and the Caribbean, Portugal and the Algarve, France, Provence, Languedoc, Moscow region, Crimea, Poland, Scandinavia, Holland and Luxemburg, Flanders, North Holland, Amstellande, Brabant, Belgium (Leodiensis), Italy, the Piedmont, etc. Many of these maps include coats-of-arms of the countries, towns or regions, and well as detailed views of fortified cities and castles. The titles and legends for all maps are in Dutch and French. A few minor splits to lower edges of folds, otherwise, in perfect condition. Very Rare: OCLC list two copies of the Atlas worldwide; one in the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris (1732 edition) and one in the British Library (1747 edition with 37 maps). No copies appearing at auction as listed by ABPC. Not in Koeman nor Shirley: though Koeman cites an edition of 1732 with 37 maps (K. III, Rat. 1) and edition of 1747 also with 37 maps (Shirley, G.Rat- 1a).

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        Die Saltzburgische Kirchen-Prospect

      1735. DANREITER, Franz Anton. Die Saltzburgische Kirchen-Prospect. / Les Prospects des Eglises de Salsbourg... Illustrated with an etched title and 20 engraved plates. Augsburg: Johann Andreas Pfeffel, ca. 1730. Millard, Northern 19. BOUND WITH: _____________. [Schloss Mirabell, Salzberg]. Illustrated with etched and engraved dedication leaf and 5 engraved plates. Augsburg: Johann Andreas Pfeffel, ca. 1730. Millard, Northern 21. BOUND WITH: _____________. [Hoch-Furstl. Gebaudes und Garten zu Mirabell in Salzburg]. Illustrated with 9 engraved plates. Augsburg: Johann Andreas Pfeffel, ca. 1730. Millard, Northern 20. BOUND WITH: _____________. Vier Prospect des Schloss zu Salzburg. / Les Quatre Prospects du Chateau de Salsbourg. Illustrated with 4 etched and engraved plates. Augsburg: Johann Andreas Pfeffel, ca. 1730. Millard, Northern 22. BOUND WITH: _____________. Die Garten Prospect von Hellbrun. / Les Prospects du Jardin d'Hellbrun. Illustrated with 20 etched and engraved plates. Oblong folio, 332 x 465 mm, bound in contemporary mottled and tanned sheepskin, with the later blind-stamped monogram of William Sterling Maxwell on front and back cover, and title information stamped on lower edge of text block. Augsburg: Johann Andreas Pfeffel, ca. 1730. Millard, Northern 17. |~||~||~||~||~| Five volumes on 18th-century Salzburg architecture and gardens, all in First Editions, with an important provenance. A total of 60 etched and engraved plates after designs by Franz Anton Danreiter. Includes two title-pages and 58 images of gardens, cathedrals and other structures, landscape design, and schematic plans for important castles and gardens in and around Salzburg. The first title has an engraved title-page and 20 plates depicting cathedrals and a hospital; the second with engraved dedication leaf and 5 plates of plans and buildings of Schloss Mirabell; the third, 9 plates of gardens and a garden plan of Mirabell; the fourth consists of 4 plates showing Schloss Salzburg; and the fifth with an allegorical engraved title and 19 images of gardens, fountains, and other structures at Hellbrun. Text at bottom of plates in German and French. Franz Anton Danreiter (d. 1760) was appointed by Leopold Prince of Salzburg as Inspector of Gardens (Oberaufseher aller Salzburgichen Hofgärten). Leopold was the owner of the estate at Hellbrun, and the present work provides some of the very few eighteenth-century visual records of the gardens. Danreiter was responsible for planting the famous garden of the Schloss Mirabell and later supervised the construction of the Sebastiankirche in Salzburg. The palace of Hellbrun, located three miles south of Salzburg, was built around 1615. It contains the famous mechanical theaters, as well as the acclaimed fountains. Danreiter's Garten Propect von Hellbrun contains an allegorical title-page, a plan of the estate showing the designs of the gardens, a view of the entrance of the Jardin de Plaisance, a view of the Batiment de Plaisance, two views of the gardens from the park, three views of the courtyards of the palace, views of the Grotto of Neptune and of Thetis, a view of the eerie sculptures in the woods entitled: Le Monstre de la Forêt, views of the fountains of Cleopatra, of Actaeon, and of Diane, views of the garden theaters of stones and of shells, a view of the garden pond, a view of the Édifice de Plaisance, and finally, a view of Belvedere, the Maison de Plaisance. The plates are in fine condition, in a beautiful binding. PROVENANCE: Sir William Sterling Maxwell, baronet, (1818-1878) with his large ex-libris on inside front cover and blind-stamped monogram on covers; Keir Art of Design, with ex-libris on inside back cover; Liberna "L" in circular blind-stamp at foot of first blank leaf. Sterling-Maxwell was one of the thirty-five original members of the Philobiblon Society and a member of the Athenaeum Club. Historian, scholar, bibliographer, collector, and a main figure in the literary circles of Victorian England. All of these works are quite scarce. OCLC gives one copy of the second, at University of Illinois. RLIN lists one copy of the first, one of the third, and one of the fourth, all at Princeton. RLIN lists one of the fifth at Canadian Centre for Architecture. Not in Hunt, Plesch, Nissen or Pritzel. First and third not in Berlin Katalog, second 3335, fourth 2109, fifth 3334. Thieme-Becker VIII, 376.

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        Theodicaea, Oder Versuch und Abhandlung, Wie die Güte und Gerechtigkeit Gottes, In Ansehung Der Menschlichen Freyheit, und des Ursprungs des Bösen, zu vertheidigen; Aus dem Frantzösischen übersetzt, bey dieser dritten Auflage an vielen Orten verbessert. Nebst einigen Anmerckungen und nöthigen Registern...

      Hannover, Nicolai Försters und Sohns, 1735. (28) + 64 + 1030 s. Kobberstukket portrett. Kobberstukket foldet plansje. Vignetter. Samt. skinnbd. med fire opphøyde bind. Ryggdekor i gull. Ryggen litt skrapet.. Cont. calf with 4 raised bands. Spine gilt. Engraved portratit. Engraved folding plate. Woodcut vignettes. Spine a little worn, otherwise a good copy

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        Les Vies des hommes illustres de Plutarque. Traduites en francois, avec des Remarques historiques et critiques, par Mr Dacier (...). Nouvelle edition, augmentee de plusieurs notes & d'un dixieme tome. (EXEMPLAIRE AUX ARMES DU DUC DE CHOISEUL-STAINVILLE)

      Amsterdam, Zacharie Chatelain, 1735.. 10 volumes in-8, plein veau blond de l'epoque, dos a 5 nerfs richement ornes de caissons fleuronnes, pieces d'armes dorees en caisson de pied (Jacques Philippe de Choiseul), roulette interieure, tranches rouges, planche frontispice a chaque volume, nombreux portraits graves hors texte, bois dans le texte. Bonne edition critique donnee par Andre Dacier, Thomas Rowe et Francois Bellenger, qui contient au tome IX : "La Vie de Plutarque", "Chronologie pour les Vies de Plutarque", Table generale des matieres. Au tome X : "Les Vies des hommes illustres omises par Plutarque, [ ] contenant Annibal, par Mr. Dacier, Enee, Tullus Hostilius, Aristomene, Tarquin l'Ancien, L. Junius Brutus, Gelon, Cyrus, Jason, traduites de l'anglais de Thomas Rowe par M. l'Abbe Bellenger". (J.-P. Grosperrin, 'Les epoux Dacier: une bibliographie', Litteratures classiques, 2010/2, n°180). Quelques petits accrocs a la reliure. Provenance: Jacques Philippe de Choiseul (1727-1789), comte, puis duc de Choiseul-Stainville, baron de Dommanges, avec ses pieces d'armes dorees au dos, en pied: Alias ecartele aux 1 et 4 de Choiseul aux 2 et 3 de Stainville. Marechal de France (1783), Jacques Philippe de Choiseul s'illustra dans la Guerre de Sept Ans. Il devint Commandant en chef dans les villes et provinces de Lorraine et de Bar, Gouverneur des villes citadelles de Strasbourg et d'Epinal et Gouvernement general de la Lorraine, puis de l'Alsace. Tres bon exemplaire, bien relie..

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        La statique des végétaux et l'analyse de l'air. Expériences nouvelles lues à la Société Royale de Londres. Ouvrage traduit de l'anglois par M. de Buffon, de l'Académie des Sciences.

      - Paris, Debure l'Aîné, 1735. In-4, plein veau moucheté brun, dos à 5 nerfs orné de compartiments richement dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin bordeaux, roulette sur les coupes, tranches rouges, xviii, (6) f. de table, (1) f. d'errata, (1) f. de privilège, 408 p. et 10 planches hors-texte dépliantes contenant 20 figures numérotées. Première édition française, dans la traduction française de Buffon, dont c'est le premier écrit et qui joint une "préface du traducteur". Dans cet ouvrage fondateur dans l'histoire de la botanique moderne, Hales étudie la circulation de l'air et de l'eau chez les plantes, phénomène physique qu'il met en relation avec le transport de la sève. "The first complete account of the physiology of plants including the reaction with air and movement of the sap" (Horblit, n°45a pour l&#146;édition anglaise). L'ouvrage est illustré de 10 planches gravées contenant 20 figures qui représentent les expériences effectuées par Hales. (DSB, VI, p. 47 : "An influential French translation in witch Buffon praises the experimental method, and includes Hale's appendix of 1733". Musset-Pathay, n°1779. Pritzel, n°3700). Bel exemplaire, très frais, grand de marges, très bien relié à l'époque. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtans., "Lipsia. Lejpzjg".

      . Kupferstich v. I.C. Leopold n. F.B. Werner, um 1735, 19,5 x 28,5. Marsch, Friedrich Bernhard Werner, S. 158 ff. ( = Stadtansichten aus dem Verlag Leopold, Nr. 105) - Hier vorliegend aus der 2. Auflage. - Im Himmel Spruchband mit Titel, rechts und links davon 2 Putti mit Erklärungen von 1 - 16. Unter der Ansicht Stadtbeschreibung in lat. u. deutscher Sprache, mittig das Stadtwappen. - Unten rechts mit "L.1" bezeichnet.

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        DISCURSO DE LA VERDAD, dedicado a la alta imperial Magestad de Dios.

      Imp. Castellana, y latina de Diego López de Haro. Sevilla, s.a. (1735 - ). 19,5 cm. [6], 62 pág. Enc. en tela, tejuelo. cortes dorados. Teoria política Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Columbarium: or, the pigeon-house. Being an introduction to a natural history of tame pigeons. (with) an account of some medicines prepar&#146;d by John Moore apothecary.

      J. Wilford, London 1735 - 8vo. xiv, 80 pp. Contemporary speckled calf. A most beautirul copy in superb condition FIRST EDITION OF A GREAT RARITY - ONE OF A HANDFUL KNOWN OF THE ORIGINAL PRINTED COPY. Complete, with the medical section of this pioneering study of pigeons. "With a partiality usually shewn to the victor, the Hawk has engaged the pen of many a writer: But his Prey . . . has scarce met with that" (dedication to Sir William Stapleton, Baronet). This is the "earliest English work giving a description of the different varietie of the domestic pigeon" (Casey Wood). Accordingly, Moore (d. 1737), well known for his worm powder which cures ailments including scurvy, measles, the King&#146;s Evil, Sciatica, cholick, and much more, is considered the pre-eminent of all pigeon fanciers. Among some of the topics the author treats is the method of building a loft, the generation and breeding of pigeons, identification of various types of pigeons, their diet, their usefulness and their dung. Of special interest is his chapter on carrier pigeons. He was not only a very judicious fancier, but a gentlemen (chemist) who spared no pain to make himself acquainted with the diseases of these birds and to apply the best methods of cure. In the eighteenth and nineteenth century Moore&#146;s treatise was copied line by line and page by page, though loaded with errors. It was reissued with a new introduction by W.B. Tegetmeier, the leading authority on pigeons who "introduced Darwin to the institutions of the fancy, took him to shows, and answered numerous queries in correspondence" (OBNB). In 1868 Tegetmeier wrote "there is no accurate reprint of Moore&#146;s Columbarium. Matthew Eaton&#146;s 1852 treatise on pigeons was a "cut up copy of Moore with additional erratic notes by Eaton." He also pointed out that John Mayor (pseud. of Daniel Girton) in 1765 plagiarized (or as he put it "cabbaged") and basically copied Moore. He was surprised that Mayor "did not have a little more candour or honour in acknowledging Moore." Apparently no one could find an original copy, suggesting there was only one or two printed. Most writers on the subject acknowledged that they did not know whether more than one copy of this work even existed. It was also noted in the Journal of Horticulture and Cottage Gardner, October 24, 1865, Volume XXXIV, page 350, that finding a copy of the original took Eaton a few years, a great deal of money, and when he finally found a copy, "he had to bribe the fancier."The story goes that apparently Moore was timid, and had little cash. With the few copies unsold his wife used to light their fire. Much of the research on this work is concerned with the history of finding an original copy such as we offer here.OCLC locates 5 copies in America, of which only 3 have the full 80 pages; British Museum Catalogue notes 4 copies, though only 1 has the full 80 pages; Casey Wood, p. 471 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Recueil de Pièces Choisies rassemblées par les soins du Cosmopolite.

      - A Anconne [Veretz (Touraine)], Chez Vriel Bandant, à l'Enseigne de la Liberté [chez la duchesse d'Aiguillon ?], 1735; in-4 (238 x 170 mm), 7 + 434 pp. + 9 pp. de table, plein maroquin bleu nuit de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné de nombreux fleurons et d'un petit fer à l'oiseau répété cinq fois, pièce de titre rouge, triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats, roulettes sur les coupes, roulette intérieure, tranches dorées (infimes traces d'usage). Dutel A-967. Gay-Lemonnyer III, 956; Pia, 1253 ; Éros invaincu 26. Édition originale rarissime, qui n'aurait été imprimée qu'à 7 ou 12 exemplaires (Charles Nodier, qui en possédait un exemplaire, penchait pour 12 ; Paul Lacroix avançait en 1839 le nombre de 7). "Cet ouvrage fort rare n'a pas circulé dans le public au XVIIIe siècle, ni d'ailleurs au XIXe, et son unique réimpression, sous le manteau, en 1865, est tout autant inaccessible. Au vrai, nous ne disposons sur ce Cosmopolite que de l'information figurant sur l'exemplaire du marquis de Paulmy (1722-1787) à l'Arsenal : "Ce recueil a été fait par M. le Duc d'Aiguillon et imprimé chez lui et par lui à Veret (Veretz) en Touraine (?). C'est sans contredit (?) le recueil d'ordures le plus complet et le plus rare (?). Il y a ici beaucoup de pièces qui ne sont qu'ici (?)." Mais alors, qu'est-ce que ce Cosmopolite ? C'est un pot-pourri monstrueux rassemblant près de trois cent quinze pièces versifiées en français, entrelardées de trois ouvrages encore en vers, mais cette fois en italien, Il capittolo del forno, Dubbii amorosi et Sonetti lussuriosi." (Jacques Duprilot in Éros invaincu). Les conteurs gaillards du XVIIIe siècle sont fortement représentés dans le recueil : l'abbé de Chaulieu (Description d'un cul), Alexis Piron (L'Ode à Priape), Jacques Vergier, l'abbé de Grécourt, François-Augustin Paradis de Moncrif (on attribue parfois la préface de l'ouvrage à ce dernier). Le recueil s'ouvre par la première profession de foi déiste de Voltaire, "l'Épître à Uranie", violente attaque contre le christianisme. La présence de cette charge fait du Cosmopolite un "livre philosophique" par excellence, à la tonalité très antireligieuse" (Duprilot). L'édition aurait été orchestrée par l'épouse du duc d'Aiguillon, Anne-Charlotte de Crussol-Florensac, amie de Voltaire, et imprimée sur vergé par et pour le duc d'Aiguillon, en sa terre de Veretz, en Touraine. La page de titre, imprimée en rouge et noir, comporte un emblème xylographique aux sirènes et phallus ailés ; cette gravure est reprise sur un feuillet placé entre les pp. 48 et 49, page de titre d'une pièce intitulée "Corona di Cazzi". Cette particularité n'est signalée par aucune des bibliographies consultées. De la bibliothèque Franchetti, avec son ex-libris. Exemplaire de choix, en maroquin bleu-nuit strictement d'époque. 1735 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Circuli supe. Saxoniae, pars meridionalis sive ducatus, electoratus et principatus ducum Saxoniae...

      . Handcoloured engraved map of Saxony in Germany. Nürnberg 1735. 48 x58 cm. Title with uncoloured cartouche showing 2 classical figures and a mining scene. * Very detailed map of Saxony, centering on the city of Leipzig. The mining scene in cartouche is included because this region was famous for its mining operations. Each state is separately coloured. Apart from slight foxing in upper margin a fine and clean map..

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        Poetiske Skrifter: I Tvende Parter, den Förste, befattende hans adskillige slags Vers...den Anden indeholdende alle hans Mercurier, eller Maanedlige Tidender paa Vers.

      . Udg. af Frederik Rostgaard og Peder Terpager [samt Hans Gram]. Köbenhavn 1735. [54] + 320; 484 +[6] s. Indbundet i et samtidigt helskindsbd. Med spejlmonogram pa titelbl. Med gamle noter pa friblad. * "Den store danske Poet, hvis Lige Danmark aldrig saae" (Fr. Rostgaard), og för Brorson og Stub oplevede man heller intet tilsvarende Fremstöd i dansk Poesi. "Den danske Mercurius", der for förste gang findes optrykt i sin helhed her, er den förste avis pa dansk sprog og er banebrydende sa meget mere som heller ikke noget udenlandsk forbillede kendes. Den egentlige udgiver er Hans Gram, der har forsynet vaerket med en instruktiv fortale henvendt til det danske sprogs elskere. Bibl. Dan. IV,215. "While Kingo is known for his hymns, Bording is more succesful as an occasional poet and satirist. Perhaps his most important contribution to Danish literature is his creation of what is called "the first Danish newspaper", "Den danske Mercurius" (1666 - 1677). The 1735 edition, which includes Den danske Mercurius, is the first complete collection of Bording's poetry; it also represents the first collected edition of any Danish poet." Houghton, Danish Lit., 16..

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        COMMENTARIUS AD PANDECTAS. In quo præter Romani Juris principia ac controversias illustriores, Jus etiam hodiernum & præcipuæ Fori Quæstiones excuntiur. Juxta exemplar Hagae - Comitum, 1735.

      "Editio ultima accuratior cum novo Indice Generali locupletissimo Materiarum un Duobus Tomis Contentarum, alioque Titulorum". Opera dedicata al Principe Guglielmo III. Testo latino. Opera in due volumi. Cm.35,8x21,8. Pg.(184), 792; 978. Legature coeve in piena pergamena rigida con dorsi a sei nervature. Dorsi parzialmente restaurati. Bruniture. Il giureconsulto olandese Johann Voet, o Voetius secondo l'uso latino (1647 - 1713), fu docente di diritto a Utrecht, Heerborn e Leyden, dove fu il primo a insegnare contemporaneamente il diritto romano e quello moderno. La presente Opera, che lo impegnò per ben diciotto anni, fu edita la prima volta tra il 1698 e il 1704 proprio ad Hagae - Comitum (La Haye) da Abrahamum de Hondt ed ebbe enorme ed unanime considerazione.

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        MISSALE ROMANUM. Ex Decreto Sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restitutum. Sancti Pii V. Pontificis Maximi jussu editum, Clementis VIII. et Urbani VIII. auctoritate recognitum, in quo Missae novissimae Sanctorum accuratè sunt dispositae. Imponente legatura in lamina d'argento sbalzata e velluto.

      Ex Typographia Vaticana 1735 Testo latino. Cm.40,4x27,5. Pg. (64), 536, CVIII. Stupenda legatura ottocentesca in velluto rosso rivestito con ricchissimo apparato di placche in argento sbalzato, finemente lavorate con ricchi motivi ornamentali, applicate alla coperta. Due apparati in argento vanno a formare una imponente bordura al piatto anteriore e al posteriore; due sono collocati al centro degli specchi, con due figure di santi raffigurate, ed infine un'ulteriore lastra va a rivestire il dorso, con al centro, in ovale, impressa una notazione di proprietà: "Joseph. Rospigliosi 1810". Fogli di guardia decorati. Tagli goffrati in oro. Doppio frontespizio, il primo inciso a piena pagina da Sebastiano Conca, e cinque incisioni a soggetto religioso, sempre a piena pagina, nitidamente incise da Carlo da Lovanio e da Antonio de Petris. Svariate parti musicali. Testo impresso in rosso e nero, su due colonne, con bordura a doppio filo. Capilettera e cartigli ornamentali incisi e marca tipografica, in formato cm.9,4x15,3, al secondo frontespizio. Numerosi segnapagina in seta rossa. In fine sono aggiunte quattro carte di feste mobili fiorentine. Il prezioso Messale è conservato in apposita custodia lignea, in formato cm.47,7 x 36 x 15,5. La scatola consta di una laccatura policroma alla parte esterna ed è internamente rivestira di velluto, in due lati apribili. Nessun marchio, che possa aiutare per l'individuazione dell'artista, compare sulla legatura. Bellissimo volume, in eccezionali condizioni di conservazione sia per la stampa, la legatura e la custodia. La notazione incisa al dorso del volume segnala la proprietà del medesimo, e di conseguenza la committenza della sontuosa legatura in argento, del Principe Giuseppe Rospigliosi, Duca di Zagarolo e Principe del Sacro Romano Impero (Roma, 11 novembre 1755 - Firenze, 1 gennaio 1833), che vantava una straordinaria discendenza genealogica (Carlo Magno, Ugo Capeto e Guglielmo I d'Inghilterra). Fu Presidente della Accademia dei Georgofili dal 1797 al 1801 e fu lui che il 1 maggio 1814 prese possesso della Toscana per conto di Ferdinando III dopo la restaurazione post - napoleonica.

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