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        MASSEKET TAMID [in Hebrew] SEU TRACTATUS TALMUDICUS DE Cultu Quotidiano Templi.

      Hermanni Christophori Jani, Bremen 1736 - A scarce work by Conrad Iken, Jr. This copy belonged to John Kearney (1741-1813) provost of Trinity College, Dublin, with some ink notes by him on about a dozen pages. 4to. (8),132pp. Text in Hebrew and Latin. Cont. half vellum over boards, somewhat worn & soiled, spine extremities chipped. Text with a few old library stamps from the Baptist College, Manchester, England. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        Sammelband mit 2 Gartenbüchern. I: Physicalisch-Oeconomischer Tractat, von dem Nutzen der Gewächse, insonderheit der Kräuter und Blumen in Beförderung der Glückseligkeit und Bequemlichkeit des menschlichen Lebens. 2 Teile. II: Wohl-Bewährte Garten-Geheimnüsse.

      Coburg, Steinmarck, 1736. - 8°. Gest. Frontispiz, 7 Bll., 358 SS., 1 Bl. Halb-Pergament d. Zt. I. Pritzel 7733. - Erste Ausgabe dieses seltenen Kräuter- und Gartenbuchs des sächsischer Kameralisten und Naturwissenschaftlers Julius Bernhard von Rohr (1688 - 1742), der zu den bekanntesten Autoren der deutschen Hausväterliteratur zählt. Rohr war Landkammerrat in Merseburg und verfasste zahlreiche Schriften zur Kameralwissenschaft, Mathematik und den Naturwissenschaften. - Das gestochene Frontispiz zeigt eine Gartenanlage mit Blumenbeeten. - II: Dahuron, Rene. Wohl-Bewährte Garten-Geheimnüsse, wie Pflantzen und Blumen-Gewächse zu tractiren. Nebst Sympathetischen Würckungen der Natur und einem Anhang, von der rechten Baum-Zucht, insonderheit der Zwerg-Bäume, und anderen Gärtnereyen, aus dem Franzoesischen übersetzt und mit Kupffern versehen. Dritte und über die Helffte vermehrte. Auflage. Nürnberg, Monath 1738. Gest. Frontispiz, 3 Bll., 370 SS., 3 Bll., mit 12 Abbildungen auf 8 Kupfertafeln. - Dochnahl 53; Wimmer-Lauterbach 429. - Mit Ratschlägen zur Pflanzen- und Baumzucht, im Anhang mit Beschreibung von 88 Wundermitteln. Das hübsche Frontispiz von Dehne zeigt Flora und Ceres vor barocker Gartenanlage, die Tafeln illustrieren das Beschneiden und Veredeln von Bäumen. - Papierbezüge etwas beschabt und mit kleiner Fehlstellen, Ecken bestoßen, Gelenke innen etwas gelockert, Bindung jedoch solide, Vorsatz mit kleinem Besitzvermerk, Titel von I seitlich etwas angerändert und mit kleiner alter Notiz, papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, sonst innen gute, saubere Exemplare. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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        Trattenimenti fisici d'Aristo e d'Eudosso, o sia fisica nuova in dialoghi, che contiene particolarmente ciò che s'è discoperto di più curioso e più utile nella natura, adornati con molte figure [..]. Tomo primo [ - terzo].

      per Sebastiano Coleti 1736 3 volumi in - 8° (cm. 17), legature coeve in p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su tassello ai dorsi, tagli marmorizzati, contropiatti in carta marmorizzata; pp. XVI, 383, [1]; 428; 400 in ottimo stato, con tutte le 25 tavole illustrative in rame ripiegate f.t. (un paio sciolte). Prima traduzione italiana. Non comune opera scientifica del gesuita Regnault (1683 - 1762). Ottimo esemplare.

      [Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi]
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        Arabian Nights. Entertainments Consisting of One Thousand and One Stories Told by the Sultaness of the Indies, to Divert the Sultan from the Execution of a Bloody Vow [...]. Translated into French from the Arabian MSS., by Mr. Galland, of the Royal Academy; and now done into English from the last Paris Edition. The Seventh Edition.

      London, G. Buckeridge, 1736.. Folio (195 x 303 mm). 3 parts in one vol.; incomplete. (139)-148, 153-293, (1) pp. 320 pp. 250 pp. Contemp. English calf; spine silt with giltstamped red label.. Undocumented, early edition (here counted as "the seventh"), printed and published by G. Buckeridge of Baldwin's Gardens, Holborn. Galland's liberal but highly influential French translation, adapted to Parisian tastes, was published in 12 volumes between 1704 and 1717. "Even before the last of Galland's volumes had been published in France, some of his stories had been translated into English and were circulating as cheap chap-books on the popular market" (R. Irwin, The Arabian Nights: A Companion, p. 19). This is one of the several early English editions, all very rare: indeed, no other copy of this one, printed more than a century before Edward Lane's translation, is recorded by OCLC. It is also uncommon for being generously printed in two columns in the folio format, rather than as the usual duocdecimo set. "Galland's translation [...] was quickly translated into English and German. It enjoyed a most remarkable success throughout Europe, perceptible even in children's literature, and contributed significantly to the new image which enlightened Europeans entertained of the Islamic East: after Galland, this was no longer the home of the Antichrist and of accursed heresy, but rather the ever-constant Orient beneath an eternally fair sky, boasting splendid colours and unheard-of wealth, Caliphs, Viziers, and Kadis, harems, fairy-tale princes, fairies and genies, sorcerers and sages, a world of fantastic adventure and outrageous incidents" (cf. Fück, p. 101). - Begins with the 66th Night, bound thus in the 18th century, lacking the first and much of the second book ("volume") of the first part. Upper hinge repaired; wants pp. 1-138 and pp. 149-152 of the first part; first leaf severely damaged with loss (remargined); slighter loss to lower edge of final leaf. From the library of the Rev. Lyndhurst Burton Towne of Harlow (his bookplate to pastedown). - Cf. Chauvin IV, 185 D (the 4th ed., in-12mo). OCLC 731574131 (1736: the 8th ed.; in-12mo).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Examen castellano de la crisis griega, con que el R.P. Fr. Manuel Bautista de Castro intentò establecer el Instituto Bethlemitico.?

      Madrid, en la Imprenta Real, 1736. - Woodcut vignette on title-page, woodcut initials, of 6 and 9 lines, typographical decorations at head of page 1, and foot of final page. (14 ll.), 363, (5) pp. 4°, contemporary sheep with unusual vine and leaf design on covers (slight wear to extremities, one corner worn), spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, gilt letter, text block edges sprinkled blue-green. Light, small dampstains to about 15 leaves; a few leaves very slightly toned. Overall in very good, almost fine condition. Contemporary ink ownership inscription on recto of front free endleaf of Fr. Paulo da Assumpção. Penciled note below (by D. Manoel de Vasconcelos?), stating that the book was acquired for 800 reis at the bookshop of the "Alfarrabista" Lopes da Silva, in Porto on 1-4-1920. Oval stamp of Vieira Pinto on recto of third leaf. Accession ticket of the Conde de Sucena on rear pastedown endleaf, indicating that the volume was purchased on February 22, 1934 at the auction of D. Manoel de Vasconcelos. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION. This is a reply to Padre Fray Manuel Bautista de Castro's @Crisis doxologica, apologetica y juridica por el monachato legitimo de el maximo Padre San Geronimo en sus Congregaciones monachales de España, Portugal, y Lombardia . Madrid: Bernardo Peralta, 1730. The text is concerned with the priority of the Hieronymites in Spain, i.e., when they were established and how much authority they have or ought to have. The Hieronymite order, following the rule of St. Augustine, controlled royal monasteries such as the Escorial and Santa Maria de Guadalupe in Extremadura in Spain and the Jerónimos monastery at Belém in Portugal. Beginning on the third unnumbered leaf and continuing to the final preliminary leaf are "Memorias para la vida de D. Luis de Salazar," including a "Cathalogo de las obras impressa, y manuscritas de Don Luis de Salazar, formado del de Frankenau, y de su Bibliotheca manuscrita" of four pages. Don Luis was a leading genealogist, having written extensively on the subject, and his library was rich in genealogical manuscripts. An interesting biographical detail is that Don Luis's bed was normally covered with books. He was known as an expert in both civil and canon law, using his knowledge of the latter on several occasions to attempt to resolve disputes between religious orders.---- Palau 286838. Whitehead S48. Not in Salvá or Heredia, which list other works by this author. Sucena III, 133, 942 (presumably the present copy). OCLC: 778674408 (Biblioteca Nacional de España); 458887832 (Bibliothèque nationale de France); 23624902 (University of Michigan, Biblioteca Nacional de Chile, Biblioteca Nacional de Mexico, National Library of Scotland, Oxford University) 433660667 (Biblioteca Nacional de España); 504503138 (British Library); 555234416 (18 locations, including HathiTrust Digital Library; most if not all appear to be online copies). Not located in Hollis, Orbis or Melvyl. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books]
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        LE CUISINIER MODERNE, qui aprend a donner toutes sortes de repas, en gras & en maigre, d'une maniere plus delicate que ce qui en a ete ecrit jusqu'a present; divise en quatre volumes

      A la Haye, Antoine de Groot, aux depens de l'Auteur, & se vend chez Antoine van Dole, 1736.. Dedie a son altesse serenissime, Monseigneur le Prince d'Orange et de Nassau &c. par le sieur Vincent La Chapelle, son chef de cuisine, & ci-devant de Mylord Chesterfielt. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1736 and 1735, (some copies of the first edition are dated 1735, some 1736), VOLUMES I and 2 ONLY OF 4, 8vo, approximately 195 x 120 mm, 7¾ x 5 inches, title page printed red and black, engraved coat of arms of the Prince of Orange at top of the first dedication page, Volume I: 2 folding plates (unnumbered: Modelle des Plats, II: Table Imperiale a 60 Couverts), 1 folding table of Menus, pages: (6), 261, (17); Volume II: 3 folding plates (unnumbered: an elaborate lidded dish, III: Table de 60 Couverts (not the same as the one in Volume I), IV: Table de 40 Couverts), a folding Table of Menus, pages: (2), 258, (16), final leaf blank, bound in full contemporary calf, raised bands, gilt decoration in compartments, gilt lettered label, marbled endpapers. Boards worn and with surface crazing, upper hinge on Volume I starting to crack at head and tail, lower hinge just starting at tail, tiny chip to leather at head of spine on Volume I, another very tiny to tail of spine on Volume II, very early Latin ownership inscription on 2nd blank endpaper in Volume II, small closed tear to inner edge of 1 folding plate, slight browning to lower margins at edge throughout to varying degrees, worse in Volume II especially towards the end (see images), otherwise a very good clean pair (lacking Volumes III and IV as noted). First published in English in London in 1733. " One of the most reliable of reference books dealing with the knowledge of cookery and the pleasure of the table during the eighteenth century" Simon, Bibliotheca Gastronomica 933; Vicaire, Biblographie Gastronomique, page 867, according to Vicaire Volume I should have 4 plates and Volume II should have 2 plates and 1 table of menus; Bitting Gastronomic Bibliography, page 268; Cagle, A Matter of Taste, 1086, citing only the second French edition of 1742. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Life of William Bedell, D.D. Bishop of Kilmore in Ireland [bound with] An Abstract of the Number of Protestant and Popish Families in the Several Counties and Provinces of Ireland

      Dublin 1736 - Two books cut and bound together in a modern plain cloth cover, somewhat stained and worn. The words "Life of Bp. Bedell" are blocked in gilt on the spine. The page edges have been guillotined and stained red. This cutting has resulted in two losses: the date of publication has been cut from the bottom of the title page of Bishop Bedell (and has been written in ink above), and some contemporary annotation in the margins is partially excised. The text is unaffected and all pages are in otherwise excellent condition. There is little foxing, mainly confined to the outermost leaves of the two works. A few faint damp stains are also evident. The binding has plain purple endpapers, with an ownership signature at the front. The ESTC citations of the two books are T115041 (Bishop Bedell) and T18178 (Abstract of protestant and Popish Families) and bibliographic details accord fully. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Red Books]
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        DOS-A-DOS BINDING. - Fivefold dos-a-dos binding. / Mehrfacheinband aus Fünf zus.-geb. Werken / - Quintuple reliure dos-a-dos. /

      Linz, J. M. Feichtinger, 1736 - 1737,. in-16°, (8x5 cm), first free flyleaf cut out, one other with remains of sealing wax. contemporary early 18th century tinted vellum with gilt tooling, black frame on the boards and gilt edges, some traces of use, but overall very fine.. Extremely rare dos-a-dos binding with 5 devotional works, all published by J. M. Feichtinger in Linz: 1) Ein andächtig- und nutzlich Weiss, das Ambt der Heil. Mess, zu hören... Linz, Joh. M. Feichtinger 1737. /2) Wöchentliche Befehlung, in den Schutz der allerhöchsten Königin der Englen. Mit Titelholzschnitt. Ebd. 1737. /3) Officium, oder Tag-Zeiten, von der reinen, und unbefleckten Empfängnuss Mariae, samt der Lauretanischen Litaney. Mit 1 blattgr. Textholzschnitt. Ebd. 1736. / 4) Ancker der Hoffnung und Vertrauens, das ist: Geistliche Andachts-Ubung... Ebd. 1736. /5) Kleiner-Seelen-Schatz, allezeit bey sich zu tragen... Ebd. 1737Contient 5 ouvrages de piete toutes tres rares / Enthält 5 sehr seltene Andachtbüchlein / .Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Cf. Th Cornelius J. Hauck Collection (Auction at Christie's in 2006) N° 387 for a four volume dos-a-dos binding with remark: A double dos-a-dos binding combining four volumes, is much more uncommon than the standard dos-a-dos form. (Our fivefold is unique).

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
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        Every Man His Own Lawyer

      E. and R. Nutt 1736-01-01. B00XU7101I 19 to 25 cm tall, Octavo, (8vo). Front board loose. Author inferred from title and initials after dedication.454 pages plus Robust packaging. 1st class post to the UK, Airmail worldwide Leather Bound Fair

      [Bookseller: M Godding Books Ltd]
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        Die Heutige Historie oder der Gegenwärtige Staat von Indostan und Ceilon, Oder dem eigentlich so genannten Indien, enthaltend eine ausführliche Beschreibung aller Reiche, Staaten und Länder des Grossen Mogols, der Europäischen Handels-Plätze auf denen See-Küsten Malabar und Coromandel.

      . Korte, Altona 1736. 324 S. mit gest. Faltkarte. Schöner neuer Hldr.-Band im Stil der Zt. - Ohne Frontisp. u. Reihentitel. Titelbl. neu eingehängt, etwas gebräunt. - Seltene erste Ausgabe. Das Werk beginnt mit einer Beschreibung des gegenwärtigen Staates von Indien, und beschreibt dann die verschiedenen Gegenden, wie Malabar, Suratte, die Pfeffer-Küste und Goa, Ceylon etc. Der größte Teil des Buches enthält Nachrichten über das tägliche Leben der 'Indianer': Schifffahrt und Handel, besonders mit Europa..

      [Bookseller: Buchhandlung und Antiquariat Engel u. Co]
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        DON ANTONIO JOSEPH DE PINEDA DE CAPDEVILA, DE LOS CONSEJOS DE SU MAG. EN LOS REALES, Y SUPREMOS DE LAS INDIAS, Y DE LA SANTA CRUZADA, JUEZ PRIVATIVO.PARA PONER COBRO EN TODAS LAS MULTAS, Y CONDENACIONES, QUE POR DICHO.CONSEJO.SE IMPUSIEREN, ASSI EN ESTOS REYNOS, COMO EN LOS DEL PERÙ, Y NUEVA ESPAÑA, CUYA REAL CEDULA, Y COMISSION, ES COMO SE SIGUE [caption title].

      [Madrid. 1736]. - 6 leaves. Folio. Dbd. Stamp tax stamps dated 1736 on first and last leaves. Contemporary manuscript annotation on first leaf. Manuscript inscription on final printed page (see below). Light dampstaining in top margin. A very good copy. A rare printed decree by Philip V, King of Spain, regarding the collection of fines and taxes related to the transfer of lands in Peru and New Spain. Dated Nov. 24, 1735, the decree includes a printed form, with spaces left blank for the names of officials to be appointed by a judicial commission concerned with the collection of money for fines and other punishments. The future appointees would be responsible for collecting taxes for the Crown. This document also includes historical background related to these concerns, reprinting a decree originally issued on Oct. 30, 1692 which also dealt with land titles, attempts to clarify land ownership, and the recovery of funds from the sale of lands that had belonged to the Crown. This earlier document includes references to appropriate sections in the RECOPILACION DE LAS INDIAS, first published in 1681. This publication concludes with a note stating that at the first opportunity, Spanish ships sailing to the New World should deliver this governmental order. Below the printed text on the final printed page is a manuscript inscription, written in Madrid on Oct. 21, 1737 and signed by Miguel Gutierrez, noting [translated here into English]: "the cedula inserted in this imprint is a copy of that issued by the Secretary of the Council and the Chamber of the Indies concerned with trade in Peru." A rare printed decree regarding the collection of taxes on lands in Peru and New Spain formerly held by the Spanish Crown. EUROPEAN AMERICANA records only the copy at the Archivo General de las Indias. Not in Medina BHA. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 736/230.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Oeuvres. Nouvelle édition

      Bauche, Paris 1736 - 8º, 2 vols. Retrato y grabados de J. B. Scotin Sculp. (vol. 1: XL p., 568 p., grabados; vol. 2: 542 p., grabados). Cabeceras xilográficas. Marroquin, nervios, lomo cuajado con dorados. Ruedas doradas en planos. Cortes dorados. Magnífica encuadernación. Bonito ejemplar de esta nueva edición, que corrige los errores introducidos en las precedentes, sobretodo en alteraciones de los versos o en uniones innecesarias de algunas escenas. Ilustrada con magníficas láminas dibujadas por J.B. Scotin, que figuran al principio de cada obra, y muestran escenas con las figuras teatrales. Literatura francesa. Teatro francés. French literature. French theatre.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio]
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        BERTOLDO CON BERTOLDINO E CACASENNO IN OTTAVA RIMA. Con Argomenti, Allegorìe, Annotazioni, e Figure in Rame.

      Cm.17,1x11. Pg.(16), 344, 256. Legatura in mz.pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso e piatti marmorizzati. Ricco apparato iconografico, con una tavola all'antiporta, il ritratto di Giulio Cesare Croce (Giulio Dalla Lira) in ovale, 20 nitide incisioni su rame di B.Crivellari, a soggetto popolaresco, collocate all'inizio di ciascuno dei 20 Canti in cui è divisa l'Opera ed una tavola con iscrizioni epigrafiche in grande formato. Prima del testo un Sonetto di Girolamo Tagliazucchi (Modena), mentre in fine sono aggiunte, con autonoma numerazione delle pagine, le "Annotazioni". Seconda edizione assoluta, di solo un anno successiva alla prima, del celebre "Bertoldo Bertoldino e Cacasenno" pubblicato nel 1736 in Bologna da Lelio Della Volpe sulla scìa del successo del "Bertoldo" di Giulio Cesare Croce, cui Adriano Banchieri aggiunse il "Cacasenno". L'Operetta è composta da 20 Canti in ottava rima, ognuno composto da un diverso autore, rispettivamente: Giampiero Riva (Lugano), Paolo Battista Balbi (Bologna), Giampietro Zanotti (BoIogna), Gioseffo Pozzi (Bologna), Lodovico Tanari (Bologna), Francesco Maria Zanotti (Bologna), Flaminio Scarselli (Bologna), Ferrante Borsetti (Ferrara), Ubertino Landi (Piacenza), Carlo Innocenzo Frugoni (Genova), Cammillo Brunori (Medola), Ippolito Zanelli (Ferrara), Pier Niccola Lapi (Bologna), Ercole Maria Zanotti (Bologna), Girolamo Baruffaldi (Ferrara), Cammillo Zampieri (Imola), Giuseppe Luigi Amadesi (Bologna), Benedetto Piccioli (Bologna), Francesco Lorenzo Crotti (Cremona) e Francesco Arrisi (Cremona). Le incisioni, da dipinti di G. Maria Crespi, sono opera di Crivellari, Cantarelli ed altri.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera]
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        Wasserträgerin und Gruppe von drei rastenden Frauen.

      - Feder in Schwarz und Grau, grau laviert, auf Velin; verso Studie von zwei Kürassier-Helmen. 11,4:18,3 cm. Skizzenbuchblatt. Wie die rückseitige Beschreibung der Helme in englischer Sprache nahelegt, könnte das Blatt in der Londoner Zeit entstanden sein. Manskirchs Arbeiten sollen selten sein !! Der Sohn des Hofmalers des Kurfürsten von Trier B.G. Manskirch (1736-1817) war seit etwa 1770 in Köln tätig, seit 1773 in London, wo er an den Ausstellungen der Royal Academy bis 1819 teilnahm. 1805/06 hielt er sich im Rheinland auf, wo er im Auftrag der französischen Exkaiserin Josephine Ansichten der Gegend um Aachen konzipierte. 1822 arbeitete er als Lehrer an der Danziger Kunstschule, 1825 für Prestel in Frankfurt am Main. Danach zog er wieder nach Danzig.

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        DON ANTONIO JOSEPH DE PINEDA DE CAPDEVILA, DE LOS CONSEJOS DE SU MAG. EN LOS REALES, Y SUPREMOS DE LAS INDIAS, Y DE LA SANTA CRUZADA, JUEZ PRIVATIVO...PARA PONER COBRO EN TODAS LAS MULTAS, Y CONDENACIONES, QUE POR DICHO...CONSEJO...SE IMPUSIEREN, ASSI EN ESTOS REYNOS, COMO EN LOS DEL PERÙ, Y NUEVA ESPAÑA, CUYA REAL CEDULA, Y COMISSION, ES COMO SE SIGUE [caption title]

      [Madrid. 1736].. 6 leaves. Folio. Dbd. Stamp tax stamps dated 1736 on first and last leaves. Contemporary manuscript annotation on first leaf. Manuscript inscription on final printed page (see below). Light dampstaining in top margin. A very good copy. A rare printed decree by Philip V, King of Spain, regarding the collection of fines and taxes related to the transfer of lands in Peru and New Spain. Dated Nov. 24, 1735, the decree includes a printed form, with spaces left blank for the names of officials to be appointed by a judicial commission concerned with the collection of money for fines and other punishments. The future appointees would be responsible for collecting taxes for the Crown. This document also includes historical background related to these concerns, reprinting a decree originally issued on Oct. 30, 1692 which also dealt with land titles, attempts to clarify land ownership, and the recovery of funds from the sale of lands that had belonged to the Crown. This earlier document includes references to appropriate sections in the RECOPILACION DE LAS INDIAS, first published in 1681. This publication concludes with a note stating that at the first opportunity, Spanish ships sailing to the New World should deliver this governmental order. Below the printed text on the final printed page is a manuscript inscription, written in Madrid on Oct. 21, 1737 and signed by Miguel Gutierrez, noting [translated here into English]: "the cedula inserted in this imprint is a copy of that issued by the Secretary of the Council and the Chamber of the Indies concerned with trade in Peru." A rare printed decree regarding the collection of taxes on lands in Peru and New Spain formerly held by the Spanish Crown. EUROPEAN AMERICANA records only the copy at the Archivo General de las Indias. Not in Medina BHA. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 736/230.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Accurateste und wahre Abbildung des russischen Lagers und Retrenchement vor der Türckischen Haupt=Vestung Assoff, samt einem beygesetzen Landkärtel, worinn die völlige Situation derselben zu ersehen.

      Augsburg E Baeck 1736 - Kupferstichkarte von E. Baeck, Bildausschnitt 22,5 x 36 cm, Blattgr. 29,5 x 40 cm. Drugulin, Historischer Bilderatlas II/p 360. Seltener Einblattdruck über die Eroberung der Stadt und Festung Asow im Russisch-Österreichischen Türkenkrieg durch die Generäle Peter von Lacy und Burkhard Christoph von Münnich im Jahre 1736; zeigt die weitere Umgebung von Asow am Don bis Perekop im Westen und somit auch einen großen Teil der Krim; oben links Insetplan der eigentlichen Festung Asow, unten rechts Kartusche mit Legende 1-10, unterhalb der Darstellung Erklärung in 10 Zeilen; alte Faltung geglättet, kleine Löchlein an den Falzen geschlossen, sonst in gutem Zustand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Biblia, Das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrifft, Alten und Neuen Testaments, Verteutschet durch D. Martin Luthern, Nach denen ersten, ältesten und bewährtesten Auflagen mit Fleiß übersehen, und aufs fleißigste corrigiret, samt allen seinen Vorreden und Rand-Glossen, nöthigen Summarien, vielen und richtigen Parallelen... Weiter Die drey Haupt-Symbola und Augspurg. Confession, Nebst vorausgesetzten Bildnissen und Lebens-Geschichten derer Durchl. Herren Marggrafen Brandenburgischen Geblüts... Mit einer Vorrede M. Adam Nicolai Meyers... Mit Hoch-Fürstl. Brandenburg-Culmbach-Bayreuthischen gnädigstem Privilegio.

      Hof: Johann Ernst Schultze, 1736.. 59 nn Bl., 542 S., 5 Bl., 384 S., 286 S., 7 Bl. mit 8 blattgr. Kupferstichen der Markgrafen v. Brandenburg, 2 blattgr. Kupfer der Propheten u. der Evangelisten, 1 mittelgroßem Titelkupfer zum Buch Genesis sowie zahlr. Textholzschnitten, einigen Initialen u. Vignetten. Folio (37x27 cm), Ledereinband a. Holzdeckeln mit braunem Leinen kaschiert. Die Kupferstiche der Marggrafen zun Brandenburg stammen von Melchior Rein. Dargestellt sind Friedrich Marggraf z.Brandenburg, Fridericia Sophia Wilhelmina Marggräfin v. Brandenb. u. Bayreuth, Albrecht iV. Margraf z. Brandenb. (m. Philippsburg u. Pforzheim i. Hintergr.), Georg Friedrich (m. Festung Würzburg im Hintergr.), Christian (m. Schloß zu Bayreuth u. Cölln a.d. Spree), Christian Ernst, Georg Wilhelm, Georg Friedrich Carl. Ein blattgroßer Kupferstich darstellend die 4 großen und 12 kleinen Propheten, ein weiterer dem NT vorangestellt, eine Szene mit den vier Evangelisten zeigend. // Zustand: Das Buch befindet sich in einem überarbeiteten Zustand. Augenfällig zunächst die Kaschierung des Leders mit braunem Leinen. Das Leder ist an den Kapitalen noch sichtbar, das Leinen selber fleckig u. berieben. Die Vorsätze wurden erneuert und bestehen jetzt aus einem rotfarbigen Marmorpapier, welches wohl um 1900 zu datieren ist. Das Papier selber erscheint fachmännisch restauriert; so wurden v.a. an Ecken und Kanten Fehlstellen ergänzt, vereinzelt wurden rückseitig Stücke in der Fläche laminiert. Das Titelblatt wurde ganzflächig von der Rückseite kaschiert und neu eingesetzt, das folgende Blatt teilweise kaschiert (hier dadurch handschriftliche Eintragungen a. Rückseite teilweise verdeckt). Stellenweise braune Flecken; von S. 297-323 rostfarbener Fleck nahe der Heftung (hier Papier etwas beschädigt). Im Bereich der Propheten vereinzelte kleine Brandlöcher u. an 2 Seiten Bindung im oberen Bereich gelockert. Wir versenden unsere Bücher mit der Deutschen Post (Büchersendung / Presse und Buch International) oder mit DHL (Paket national und international).

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        Histoire De La Comtesse Des Barres A Madame La Marquise De Lambert

      12mo. Bruxelles [i.e. Paris]: Francois Foppens, 1736. 12mo, ?140? (vere 180) pp. Full crushed blue-black morocco extra by Trautz-Bauzonnet, backstrip lettered in gilt, gilt edges, early signature ?de Beauchamp? in ink on title-page, bookplate of Madame de Pompadour, and Wilmerding, also a manuscript note by Gustave Mouravit, and his stamp on the title-page. Front free endpaper detached, otherwise a fine copy of a rare book with a great provenance. Madame de Pompadour bought the entire library of de Beauchamp; this is #3513 in her library catalogue. First edition of this rare account of a libertine priest who dressed as a woman. Wilmerding sale part 3, #209.?L'abbe de Choisy ecrivit ses aventures sous le pseudonyme de la comtesse des Barres. Pretre libertin, il se travestissait en femme depuis sa plus tendre enfance puisque sa mere le preferait ainsi. C'est sous ce nom de comtesse des Barres qu'il se refugia au chateau de Crepon, pres de Bourges. L'abbe de Choisy, devenu ecclesiastique, fut envoye par Louis XIV aupres du roi de Siam en 1685. Il tacha de racheter sa conduite passee par le recit de ce voyage. Ce livre contient le recit des aventures galantes vecues par cette "femme" dont Louvet s'inspira pour son roman sur Les Amours du Chevalier de Faublas. Histoire de madame la comtesse des Barres parut d'abord en 1736 a Bruxelles et fut republie par Paul Lacroix en 1862. "Car depuis mon enfance, j'avais toujours aimé à m'habiller en fille ; quoique j'eusse alors 22. ans, mon visage ne s'y opposait point encore. Je n'avois point de barbe..." (p. 10). L'Histoire de la comtesse des Barres se compose de cinq fragments tirés des manuscrits de Choisy après sa mort (1724), restituant des récits autobiographiques de ce personnage célèbre tiraillé entre luxure et religion, dont la mère, pour qu'il intégrât le monde des gens de qualité et en particulier celui de Monsieur, frère de Louis XIV, et suivant le principe selon lequel " le ridicule est préférable à la pauvreté " (p. 186), l'avait habillé en femme jusqu'à l'âge de dix-huit ans.? No copy recorded at auction (ABPC) but copies offered twice by Sotheby?s Europe.

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        Gratulatio Academiae Oxoniensis in Nuptias...Frederici Principis Walliae et Augustae Principissae de Saxo Gotha

      Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1736. First edition. 1 vols. Folio. Contemporary full red morocco gilt, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Rebacked, rubbed, extremities worn. Fascinating copy of this collection of congratulatory verses on the marriage of the Prince of Wales to Princess Augusta. From the library of bibliophile William Bolland (Dibdin's "Hortensius"), with his name neatly penned on flyleaf; and with the following items inserted: a contemporary copy of George II's letter to the Prince, banishing him from St. James's; a contemporary copy on vellum of the Marriage License of the Prince and Princess; bookplate of the Prince of Wales & Bishop of Osnaburgh, May 1771; bookplate of George III; bookplate of the Prince of Wales, Carleton Library; engraved portraits of George II and Prince Frederick Louis. The long-standing hostility between George II and the Prince of Wales came to a climax when the Prince failed to inform His Majesty of the Princess's pregnancy; the King sent a letter to the Prince, banishing him from the Court indefinitely. "Copies of the correspondence...were sent by the King to each of the British ambassadors abroad and the foreign ambassadors in England..." (DNB). The letter contained herein is apparently one such copy.

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        Collection of 6 manuscripts relating to the anti-Spanish riots in Rome in March, 1736

      [Rome, 1736. 59 pp. in all, on laid paper. 4to (all, with one exception, approx. 27 x 20 cm.). Provenance: Frederick North, 5th Earl of Guilford [1766-1827]; library of Sir Thomas Phillipps (ex Ms. 7544); with H.P. Kraus. Riots in Rome: The Spanish Bourbons in Southern Italy - from the Thomas Phillips Collection Following the acquisition of the Kingdom of Naples and the Two Sicilies by the Bourbons of Spain in 1736, the conquering Spanish troops, returning through Rome and Papal States, provoked anti-Spanish riots in March of 1736. The following 6 manuscripts, each in a different, contemporary hand, all from the collection of Sir Thomas Phillips and comprising Phillips Ms. 7544, relate to those events. They are as follows:1) [CONTI, Antonio? attributed to]. "Relazione dei tumulti accaduti on Roma l'anno 1736. Loro origine, e sequele." [13] pp., on 7 leaves.2) "Sopra il tumulto populare seguito in Roma il 13 Marzo 1736." 6, [2, blank] pp. on rectos of 7 leaves. *3) "Se domanda se un Popolo si solleva tumultiamente nel Domnio altrui contro una nazione con offesa del Sovrano di essa, ottenuto il perdona generale ?" 4pp. on two leaves.4) Same text as above with minor differences (e.g. "amnistà" for "perdona"). 4 pp. 21.5 x 15 cm.5) Manuscript Letter, fair copy, headed "Sigl. Mio", 2 [?] Giuglio 1736" beginning: "Non potevate far cosa pui grata all mia amicizia che commnicarmi la lettera trasmessa da Roma ?"[12, 4 blank] pp. Docketed on final page: "Relazione dei tumulti seguiti in Roma l'anno 1736 per iscrivi [?] Austrici [?] contro i Spagnuoli"6) Manuscript Letter, fair copy, headed "Sigl. Mio". 15 pp. N.p., n.d. From the collection of Thomas Phillips (1792-1872). "His collection of over 60,000 manuscripts was an outstanding achievement in the annals of bibliophily" (ODNB), and such was the scale that over 100 years passed after his death until the last tranche of the papers were finally sold, in 1977, to H.P. Kraus.*The attribution would seem to be based on a manuscript of the same title in the University of Chicago, Special Collections Library (v. OCLC: 154339939).

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        Essai sur l'Homme. Traduit de l'Anglois en François. Edition revue par le Traducteur

      Pierre Dunoyer, et Jean Frédéric Bernard 1736 In - 12 (164 x 104 mm), xxxvj - 112 pp., veau brun, dos à cinq nerfs orné, pièce de titre maroquin rouge, tranches rouges (reliure d'époque). Rare édition originale française, traduite par Etienne de Silhouette. (reliure très usagée, charnière supérieure fendue, manque de cuir aux coiffes, coins usés, pages roussies). / / 12o (164 x 104 mm), xxxvj - 112 pp., brown calf, spine tooled raised on five bands, red morocco title label, red edges (contemporary binding). Rare first french edition, translated by Etienne de Silhouette. (binding very used, upper hinge cracked, lack of leather on top and bottom of spine, corners used, pages darkened).

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        The History and Antiquities, as Well Ecclesiastical as Civil, of the Isle of Tenet, in Kent. [with] A Collection of Papers, Records, &c. Referred to in the Foregoing History and Antiquities of Tenet

      Printed for the Author, and for Joseph Ames, and Peter Thompson; and Sold by J. Osborn, at the Golden ball in Pater-noster-Row, London 1736 - viii, 204pp; 123pp. Title page in red and black, portrait, 24 plates and a folding table. Heraldic book-plate 'Esse quam videri.'. Language: eng G : in Good condition. Neatly rebacked. Cover rubbed. Heraldic book-plate on paste-down. Some neat marginalia in an early hand [dated 1775 on page 71], and a signature on title page. Damp staining to initial and final leaves with no impact on text. Illustrations bright

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        Integrity and Religion to be principally regarded, by such as design others to stations of publick trust.?A sermon preach'd before His Excellency, Jonathan Belcher, Esq; His Majesty's Council, and the Assembly of the province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, on the anniversary for the election of counsellors for said province, May 26. 1736. By Edward Holyoke, M.A. Pastor of a Church in Marblehead. [Eleven lines of quotations]

      Boston: in New-England :?Printed by J. Draper, printer to His Excellency the governour and Council, for J. Eliot, 1736. First Edition, no half-title. [iv], 51, [1] pp. 8vo. Disbound. Edward Holyoke (1689-1769) was an American clergyman and the president of Harvard College (1737-1769), whose notions of democracy and government by the people preceeded and foreshadowed the Declaration of Independence. As Harvard president, a position that required teaching, Holyoke would have crossed paths with a number of Revolutionary War leaders, such as John Adams, Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and Joseph Warren. Holyoke's position was expressed thus: "That those whose Providence it is, to design others, to Stations of publick Trust, should have a principal Regard ro their Integrity and Religion" (p. 5), and that "All forms of Government originate from the People; that is, God in his Providence hath influenced them; some to fix on one form of Government, and some upon another" (p. 12).

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        Eigenh. Albumblatt mit U.

      Hamburg, 25. V. 1736. - 1 S. Qu.-8vo. "Ecce, palmares disposuisti dies meos" (nach Psalm 39, 6). - Johann Georg Palm war Pastor an der Peter-Paul-Kirche zu Hamburg und Verfasser mehrerer theologischer Schriften. - Mit kleiner Numerierung am rechten oberen Blatt- und kl. Wurmspur am unteren Blattrand.

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        Collection of 6 manuscripts relating to the anti-Spanish riots in Rome in March, 1736

      [Rome, 1736. 59 pp. in all, on laid paper. 4to (all, with one exception, approx. 27 x 20 cm.). Provenance: Frederick North, 5th Earl of Guilford [1766-1827]; library of Sir Thomas Phillipps (ex Ms. 7544); with H.P. Kraus. Riots in Rome: The Spanish Bourbons in Southern Italy - from the Thomas Phillips Collection Following the acquisition of the Kingdom of Naples and the Two Sicilies by the Bourbons of Spain in 1736, the conquering Spanish troops, returning through Rome and Papal States, provoked anti-Spanish riots in March of 1736. The following 6 manuscripts, each in a different, contemporary hand, all from the collection of Sir Thomas Phillips and comprising Phillips Ms. 7544, relate to those events. They are as follows: 1) [CONTI, Antonio? attributed to]. "Relazione dei tumulti accaduti on Roma l'anno 1736. Loro origine, e sequele." [13] pp., on 7 leaves. 2) "Sopra il tumulto populare seguito in Roma il 13 Marzo 1736." 6, [2, blank] pp. on rectos of 7 leaves. * 3) "Se domanda se un Popolo si solleva tumultiamente nel Domnio altrui contro una nazione con offesa del Sovrano di essa, ottenuto il perdona generale ..." 4pp. on two leaves. 4) Same text as above with minor differences (e.g. "amnistà" for "perdona"). 4 pp. 21.5 x 15 cm. 5) Manuscript Letter, fair copy, headed "Sigl. Mio", 2 [?] Giuglio 1736" beginning: "Non potevate far cosa pui grata all mia amicizia che commnicarmi la lettera trasmessa da Roma ..."[12, 4 blank] pp. Docketed on final page: "Relazione dei tumulti seguiti in Roma l'anno 1736 per i scrivi [?] Austrici [?] contro i Spagnuoli" 6) Manuscript Letter, fair copy, headed "Sigl. Mio". 15 pp. N.p., n.d. From the collection of Thomas Phillips (1792-1872). "His collection of over 60,000 manuscripts was an outstanding achievement in the annals of bibliophily" (ODNB), and such was the scale that over 100 years passed after his death until the last tranche of the papers were finally sold, in 1977, to H.P. Kraus. *The attribution would seem to be based on a manuscript of the same title in the University of Chicago, Special Collections Library (v. OCLC: 154339939).

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        Ius Ecclesiasticum Protestantium usum hodiernum Iuris Canonici [?]. Et ostendens et ipsis Rerum Argumentis illustrans. (Bd. 1 - 5).

      Halle, Impensis Orphanotrophei, 1736-43 - 8°, Bde. 1 bis 4 jeweils mit gestochenem Frontispiz, Titelblatt immer mit Titelkupfer (in Bd. 1 gez. von Gründler), einige (gestochene oder geschnittene) Vignetten; Bd. 1: 10 Bl., 1474 S.; Bd. 2: 5 Bl., 1088 S.; Bd. 3: 2 Bl., 1355 S., 66 Bl. Index; Bd. 4: 2 Bl., 1136 S. 29.1.2015 mit 1 gest. Falttaf; Bd. 5: 48, 982 S. - mit der Falttaf.: «Tabula Exorcismorum contra Spectra» -, dann Karl August Böhmer: «Indices Generales [?]» (Halle, o. Vlg., 1737), ca. 210 Bl., Pgt. d. Zt. mit Rundum-Rotschnitt, Tlw. etw. stockfl. beziehungsweise braunschattig; allg. gutes und frisches Ex. Bde. 1 und 2 in der «Quarta Editio Correctior» 1738 und 1743, Bde. 3 und 4 in der «Editio Tertia» 1736 und 1740; Bd. 5 ohne Auflagenvermerk 1736 (also wohl in EA). -Böhmer (1674-1749) war Schüler von Stryk und Thomasius, später Regierungskanzler des Herzogtums Magdeburg sowie Rechtsprofessor an der Universität Halle und "gehörte zu den Klassikern des evangelischen Kirchenrechts, dem er kanonisch-rechtlich und historisch eine feste theoretische Grundlage geschaffen hat" (NDB II, 392). 8500 gr.

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        THE FRUIT-GARDEN KALENDAR: or, a summary of the art of managing the fruit-garden. ... To which is added, an appendix of the usefulness of the barometer

      London, printed for Bernard Lintot, 1736.. 3 contemporaneous works on gardening. SECOND EDITION 1736, FROM THE LIBRARY OF ROSEMARY VEREY. 8vo, approximately 195 x 120 mm, 7½ x 4¾ inches. The first work: folding engraved frontispiece, 1 text illustration, pictorial and floral headpieces to each month, pages: [ 4], vi, v, [1], 144, complete with half-title, bound in full speckled calf, double ruled gilt border to covers, expertly rebacked with original backstrip laid on, raised bands and 2 gilt lettered red morocco labels. Henrey, British Botanical and Horticultural Literature Volume III, No.939 citing first edition of 1718. Second work: THE GENTLEMAN'S RECREATION: or the second part of the art of gardening improved. Containing several new experiments, and curious observations relating to fruit-trees: ... by John Laurence, M.A. ... To which is added by way of appendix, A new and familiar way to find a most exact Meridian Line by the Pole-Star; whereby Gentlemen may know the true Bearings of their Houses and Garden Walls ...By Edward Laurence, Brother to the Author. London, printed for Bernard Lintot, 1723, THIRD EDITION. Handsome engraved frontispiece, 4 folding plates, complete with the plate showing a method of finding the meridian line, often missing, 1 text illustration, pictorial head- and tailpieces, pages: [18], 115, [1] - advert. Henrey, 944: Third work: THE CLERGY-MAN'S RECREATION shewing the pleasure and profit of the art of gardening. By John Lawrence, London, printed by Bernard Lintot, 1726, SIXTH EDITION. Engraved frontispiece portrait of the author by G. Vertue, 1 text illustration, a few pictorial head- and tailpieces, pages: [10], 83, (1) - advert, lacking A1 (half-title? blank?), Henrey, 938. Condition: Original backstrip worn, corners lightly worn, somewhat crude tape repair to paper hinges inside upper and lower covers, endpapers lightly browned, small piece missing from lower corner of rear endpaper, contents of all three works clean and bright, a sturdy tight volume. From the library of Rosemary Verey OBE, VMH (1918- 2001) with her small book label on front pastedown, she was an internationally known English garden designer, lecturer and prolific garden writer who designed the famous garden at Barnsley House, near Cirencester. Verey's most famous garden design was that of her own house, Barnsley House, near Cirencester in Gloucestershire. In 1970 she opened the garden for one day to the public for the National Gardens Scheme but eventually it was open 6 days per week to accommodate the 30,000 annual visitors. In 1984 when her husband David died, Rosemary Verey began designing gardens for American and British clients. Most notable are HRH the Prince of Wales, and Sir Elton John, Princess Michael of Kent, the Marquess of Bute and the New York Botanical Garden. See Wikipedia. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Comoediae

      1736. TERENCE, Publius. Comoediae. xxiv, 324 pp. including numerous engravings (some full-page). Folio, 395 x 270 mm, bound in contemporary Italian full vellum. Urbino: Heirs of Mainardi, 1736.|~| |~||~||~||~||~| Important edition; a superb Urbino production dedicated to Cardinal Albini, with the Italian translation by Forteguerri here printed for the first time. This edition is highly prized for the illustrations, which are based on two noteworthy sources, the first being a series of figures of the "Dramatis Personae" taken from an ancient MS in the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, the second being the Gruninger Terence of 1496; the Vatican MS contains some of the earliest known theatrical illustrations, dating from the ninth century. According to Graesse, the engravings in the present edition are more accurate than those reproduced by Dacier in 1723. The Latin text is taken from an edition by Daniel Heinsius (1580-1655), a Dutch scholar whose Latin treatise on Tragedy in the Theater had considerable influence on dramatic writing theory throughout Europe. The translator Niccolo Forteguerri (1674-1735) was a burlesque poet and member of the Arcadia Academy at Rome; his translation proved popular and was reprinted throughout the eighteenth century. The binding is no doubt Italian, as the endpapers bear an Italian watermark (type of Gaudriault 2013). Pastedown inscribed "T.W. Jackson, Worcester College, Oxford" -- subsequently in the Newcastle Public Library, with bookplate and neat ink-stamps on margins of a number of leaves. Brunet V, 723 "Belle édition". Dibdin, Greek and Latin, 475 ("sumptuous"). Graesse VII, 61. See also Magnus, European Literature 175 & 229.

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        Proportional Architecture

      1736. ROBINSON, W. Proportional Architecture; or, the five orders; regulated by equal parts: after so concise a method that renders it useful to all artists and easy to every capacity. To which is added a practical and familiar explanation of the terms herein used. 47 pp. including engraved title, the first 32 leaves engraved, 33-47 letterpress. Illustrated with engraved frontispiece and nine full-page engravings. 8vo., 197 x 125 mm, bound in contemporary English calf, skillfully rebacked. London: Printed and sold by W. Dicey at Ye Print Office in Bow Church Yard & C. Corbett at Addison's head against St. Dunstan's Church Fleet Street, 1736. |~||~||~||~| A fine copy of this English architectural pocket manual, which was first published in 1733. Harris says that although there is nothing original in the book it was presumably desirable because of its simple text and plates, and because of its handy format. The first part, entirely engraved, demonstrates the five orders breaking down the easily understood illustrations with two or three pages of explanation. Also included are descriptions of the imposts of arches, diminution of columns, fluting of columns, formation of moldings, pediments and raking moldings. The engraved portion of the book is followed by a letterpress glossary of architectural terms. PROVENANCE: The Newman family, with armorial bookplate on the front past-down and ownership inscriptions in two different hands on the frontispiece and title-page. Harris, British Architectural Books and Writers 735.

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        Anhang etlicher in beygefügter Carte / befindlicher Städte / Vestungen und Schlösser. Kompletter Teilband aus dem Riegelschen Reisehandbuch: Ausführliche und grundrichtige Beschreibung der Herzogthümer Lothringen und Savoyen...Würtenberg.

      . Nürnberg, bei Riegel, 1736, Kl.-8°, Titel, 28 Seiten Text und 9 Kupferstich-Tafeln, Interimsbroschur. *Die Tafeln zeigen folgende Stadtansichten: Aschberg, Freudenstadt, Heilbronn, Memmingen, Nördlingen, Stuttgart, Tübingen, Villingen, Ulm. (Baden-Württemberg)

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        Anhang etlicher in beygefügter Carte / befindlicher Städte / Vestungen und Schlösser. Kompletter Teilband aus dem Riegelschen Reisehandbuch: Ausführliche und grundrichtige Beschreibung der Herzogthümer Lothringen und Savoyen.Würtenberg.

      - Nürnberg, bei Riegel, 1736, Kl.-8°, Titel, 28 Seiten Text und 9 Kupferstich-Tafeln, Interimsbroschur. *Die Tafeln zeigen folgende Stadtansichten: Aschberg, Freudenstadt, Heilbronn, Memmingen, Nördlingen, Stuttgart, Tübingen, Villingen, Ulm (Baden-Württemberg) [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        La Vie de Marianne ou les Avantures de Madame la Comtesse de ***.

      First Edition for parts 3-12, parts one and two in the second edition, but have the same number as the original. Some securities have no place or address Neaulme. Rare meeting of the various parties in uniform binding. The various parties seem to have appeared simultaneously in Paris and Holland; So there is a first edition of Paris, and a Dutch. Our copy combines both tirages.Pleine sheepskin blonde then. Back smooth decorated pieces title and volume number of red morocco, gilt floral boxes and small chains, gilded with lace bird tail. All slices browned. Eight corners bumped and a few tiny scuffs. A marginal tear without loss to page 23 of the unfinished ninth partie.Oeuvre Marivaux, like his other novels, The upstart peasant, but probably for the incomplete by its very nature, Marianne is one of the very first novels to be published in serial form. Marivaux almost abandon the company several times, although the success of the novel was considerable. Emblematic work of the eighteenth, the book borrows from all genres in vogue: the novel of manners, bildungsroman, a picaresque novel and adventure. Marianne, Countess, by letters y tale adventure of his life, or how, received nothing, she will climb the ladder sociaux.On known that Marivaux plan to stop at the eighth game, but for editorial reasons he wrote other stories to give away. Only the twelfth part is not Marivaux. Chez Prault / Chez Gosse et Neaulme Paris / La Haye 1736-1742 4 volumes in-12 (9,5x16,5cm) (12) 95pp. (8) 98pp. (6) 140pp. et 126pp. (2) 130pp. (2) 120pp. (4) et 144pp. 132pp. (4) 168pp. et (4) 122pp. (2) 106pp. (4) 91pp. 12 parties reliées en 4 volumes

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        "Porträts römischer Kaiser".?

      Prag, ca. 1736.. 26 Kupfertafeln von Anton Birckhart. Wohl aus dem seltenen Werk von Joh. Fr. Brzezina de Purckwaldt, Periodus historica , das unter anderem 46 Kaiserporträts von Diokletian bis Maximinianus enthält (Tafeln nummeriert 21-46), wohl etwas späterer karminroter Kartoneinband mit feinem montiertem Scherenschnitt (handschriftlicher Titel : "Effigies Romanorum Caesarum III. saeculi a Septimio Severo Africano usque ad Maximianum Herculem inclusive", 32 x 20 cm,. Der Einband leicht angestaubt, unten am Rücken mit kleinen Fehlstellen, sonst gut. Besonders hervorzuheben ist der schöne Scherenschnitt der wohl dem späten 18. Jahrhundert zuzuordnen ist.

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        The Dunciad

      London - Printed for Lawton Gilliver, 1736 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A clean copy of The Dunciad by Alexander Pope. In the original full calf binding but needing a sympathetic reback. An important work priced to allow for the rebacking. Bound in leather with gilt and blind-stamped decoration. Alexander Pope, 1688 1744, is a famous eighteenth century English poet, best known for his satirical verse and for his translation of Homer. He is the third most frequently quoted writer in The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, after Shakespeare and Tennyson. As even the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography states, It is hard to sum up a life of such concentrated diversity. Alexander Pope was a Poet, critic, and religious humanist, Pope was also a good conversationalist and letter writer, an influential garden designer, and a connoisseur of architecture and art. He had many enemies and was a good hater, but he had many more friends, men and women alike, and his generosity, esteem, and unforgettable compliments show the positive side of his human relationsOf The Dunciad, it can be said, Pope's mock heroic satire reaches from the bottom (the hack writers of Grub Street) to the top (the monarch) of the state. The belief that writing and rule are in civilisation intimately linked, and that it is possible to write dangerous things about rulers by seeming to write only about writers, is at the heart of The Dunciadthere is such a variety of tone and effect arising from the poet's mock Virgilian narrative of the fall and restoration of the kingdom of dullness that it often assumes the character of dream or fantasy. Pope's manner is far from being relentlessly scornful, but can move in a few lines from Bedlamto the Poet's vision of eternal fame. Such points are important because a causal narrative of how Pope's Dunciad came to be written inevitably presents the poem as Pope's final stroke in his literary wars. (DNB)Condition: The binding is generally tight and firm. The front board and free-endpaper are detached. There is significantwear to the extremities, including significant bumping and rubbing, with some loss to the leather. Internally the pages are generally clean, with some slight browning to the page edges. There is the occasional spot,most prominent on the first and last few pages. Overall the condition is good only, due tothe detached board, with a very good interior..

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        A New Abridgment of the Law. Five Volumes [complete]. Folio. Cowley 230

      First edition of all five volumes of Bacon's pioneering abridgment, creating a "scientifically constructed treatise[] on all branches of the law" in Holdsworth's words, still thought to be based in part on both books and manuscripts of Baron Gilbert. Contemporary calf, quite worn, joints cracked but holding, one label lacking, occasional minor worming, yet a good clean set. Printed by E. and R. Nutt and R. Gosling [etc.] [imprints vary], London, 1736-66.

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        "Das wilde Pferd wird bis ins 3. u. 4.te Jahr in der Wildnus gelassen" usw. Blick in eine hügelige Gegend, das Wildpferd springt nach vorne links über einen Baumstamm. Unten Inschrift in Deutsch, Französisch und Latein, darunter Verse.

      . Kupferstich von J.E. Ridinger, Augsburg 1736, 28 x 41,5 cm.. Aus: "Betrachtungen der wilden Thiere"; Nagler: "Hauptfolge"; Andresen, Handb. II, Ridinger 3; Thienemann, 235. - Die Verse von B. H. Brockes.

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        Sweriges Rikes Lag. Gillad och antagen på Riksdagen Åhr 1734. Stockholm: Hartw.

      Gercken 1736. 4to. (28) + 416 + (66) s. Smukt samt. helskind med rig rygforg.. Et usædvanlig rent og smukt eksemplar, gennemskudt med hvide ubeskrevne blade

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        A CHRONOLOGICAL HISTORY OF NEW-ENGLAND IN THE FORM OF ANNALS: Being a summary and exact Account of the most material Transactions and Occurrences relating to This Country, in the Order of Time wherein they happened, from the Discovery by Capt Gosnold in 1602, to the Arrival of Governor Belcher, in 1730 With an Introduction, Containing a brief Epitome of the most remarkable Transactions and Events Abroad, from the Creation : Including the connected Line of Time, the Succession of Patriarchs and Sovereigns of the most famous Kingdoms and Empires, the gradual Discoveries of America, and the Progress of the Reformation to the Discovery of New-England Vol I

      Boston: Printed by Kneeland & Green for S. Gerrish, 1736.. 1736.. Fair. - Octavo, 6-7/8 inches high by 4 inches wide. Once bound in early full brown calf with gilt-ruled raised bands on the spine the book is now disbound. The rubbed & scuffed covers are detached. The leather is worn along the edges and corners of the covers and the head and tail of the spine are chipped. [10], xi, [1], 20, 104, [2], & 254 pages, with the title page printed in red and black. A pictorial wood engraved headpiece preceding the dedication to Jonathan Belcher and occasional decorations further enhance this work. The front endpaper and title page are detached but present and the first leaf of the dedication is nearly detached. The rear endpaper and blank are also detached. The pages are age toned and the edges of the title page are darkened and slightly chipped. The Sion College Library's stamp is on the verso of the title page and a number is penned at the top of the front pastedown. Internally good and well-worth rebinding. First edition."Though merely a skeletonized register of historical fragments, our most scholarly colonial work." [Howes P- 165].A second volume, titled "Annals of New England" was not published until 1755.A 20-page list of subscribers follows the dedication and preface.From the library of W.S. Appleton, with his book label on the front pastedown and the later ownership signature of Harry B. Sherman penned on the front endpaper.The theologian, scholar and bibliophile Thomas Prince (1687-1758) preached and published many Congregationalist sermons but, according to the Dictionary of American Biography "Of greater significance was his accomplishment as a historian. Although the first volume of his major work, A Chronological History of New England in the Form of Annals, was not published until 1736, he appears to have begun it as early as 1730. His sources were varied: Increase Mather, the manuscript of Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation, the notebooks of William Brinsmead and John Marshall, and the like. The history is lively and discursive, free from the marks of pedantry and propaganda that many of its contemporaries bore. Despite the fact that it achieved a tremendous subscription list, it ended its course with the year 1633, because of the magnitude of the task and the difficulty of finding adequate material -- Prince had the scholar's love for accuracy".

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        TA., Frauenkirche, "Geometrischer Haupt - Grund der neuen Frauen Kirche in Dresden",.

      . Kupferstich v. Chr. Ph. Lindemann n. J. G. Schmidt (Georg Baehr Architect invenit et aedificavit), dat. 1736, 52,2 x 38,8 (Blattgr.). Seltener Stich der Frauenkirche, wohl eine der ältesten Darstellungen überhaupt. Die oberen Ecken wurden fachgerecht ergänzt.

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        Sermon Preached Before the Trustees For Establishing the Colony of Georgia in America

      London: Printed by M. Downing, in Bartholomew-Close near West-Smithfield, 1736. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. 8vo. 27pp. Sermon recased in later brown cloth hardcover with gilt title on spine. Front and rear and 2 blank end sheets added. Verso of page 27 is blank. Text in very good condition. Light shelf wear to binding. Sabin 102173; De Renne Vol. I p.70.

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        Glossarium ad scriptores mediae et infimae latinitatis, auctore Carolo Dufresne, domino du Cange, regi à consiliis, et Franciae apud Ambianos Quaestore Editio nova locupletior et auctior, opera et studio monachorum ordinis S Benedicti è congregatione Sancti Mauri

      Venetiis: Sebastianum Coleti, 1736-1740. 6 volumes in-folio, plein vélin d'époque, tranches bleues, faux-titre et titre dans chaque volume, xii pp., [2] ff., xii-xlviii pp., 1312, 1606, 1596, 1344, 1488, 1736 colonnes.. Illustré d'un frontispice et d'un portrait dans le tome I, et de 10 planches (dont 9 de monnaies et une de monogrammes) dans le tome IV. Bonne édition vénitienne, plus complète que la première. A la fin de chaque volume ont été reliés de nombreux feuillets blancs, destinés à recevoir d'éventuelles notes. Ex-libris ancien gratté dans un volume. Petits travaux de vers sur les gardes. Bel exemplaire en vélin doré. . (Catégories : Linguistique )

      [Bookseller: Christophe Hue - Livres anciens]
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        A New Abridgment of the Law. Five Volumes [complete]. Folio. Cowley 230

      Printed by E. and R. Nutt and R. Gosling [etc.] [imprints vary] 1736-66, London - Contemporary calf, quite worn, joints cracked but holding, one label lacking, occasional minor worming, yet a good clean set First edition of all five volumes of Bacon's pioneering abridgment, creating a "scientifically constructed treatise[] on all branches of the law" in Holdsworth's words, still thought to be based in part on both books and manuscripts of Baron Gilbert [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA]
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        Amusements des eaux d'Aix-la-Chapelle

      Mortier 1736 Amsterdam. . Amusemens Des Eaux D'Aix-La-Chapelle. Ouvrage Utile A ceux qui vont y prendre les Bains, ou qui sont dans l'usage de ses Eaux. Enrichi De Tailles-Douces, Qui representent les Vues & Perspectives de cette Ville, de ses Bains & Fontaines, Eglises & Edifices publics. T. 1 - 3. 3 Bde. - Amsterdam : Mortier, 1736. 16 x 10 cm. Lederbände d. Zt. mit RVergoldung. - Titelbl. in Rot- und Schwarzdr., gest. Vign. auf - Text franz. - T. 1: [8] Bl., 450 S., Bl. I - XI (10 gef.) : Frontisp., 11 Ill. (Kupferst.) ; T. 2: [1] Bl., 443 S., gef. Bl. XII - XVII : 6 Ill. (Kupferst.) ; T. 3: [1] Bl., 386 S., [10] Bl., Bl. XVIII - XXIII (5 gef.) : 6 Ill. (Kupferst.) /Leder und Rückenvergoldung berieben, Seiten stellenweise gering fleckig, Sign. mit Tinte auf Titel "J.D.B. 1738."/

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        "Aspectus Occidentalis Abbatiae Omnium Sanctorum in Dioecesi Argentinensis". Gesamtansicht der Klosteranlage aus der halben Vogelschau.

      . Kupferstich, 1736, 30 x 42 cm.. Schefold 20058. - Erschienen in C.L. Hugo, "Sacri et Canonici Ordinis Graemonstratensis Annales", Nancy, 1736. - Links unten Kartusche mit Erklärungen 1 - 18. Allerheiligen war ein Praemonstratenser-Chorherrenstift, das von etwa 1195 bis zur Säkularisierung 1803 bestand. Es ist heute noch als Ruine vorhanden. - Mit breitem Rand, geglätteten Faltspuren und minimal gebräunt.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Sweriges Rikes Lag. Gillad och antagen pa Riksdagen Ahr 1734. Stockholm: Hartw.

      . Gercken 1736. 4to. (28) + 416 + (66) s. Smukt samt. helskind med rig rygforg. * Et usaedvanlig rent og smukt eksemplar, gennemskudt med hvide ubeskrevne blade..

      [Bookseller: Peter Grosell, Antiquarian Bookseller]
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