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        N.469, Doronicum Maximum Foliis Caulem

      A wonderfully detailed Mezzotint and line engraving, finished by hand in watercolorby Johann Wilhelm Weinmann from his amazing botanical book "Phytanthoza Iconographia"published in Amsterdam in 1736 - 1748. Overall this print measures 9 3/4 x 15?.Johann Wilhelm Weinmann was an influential pharmacist and botanist, and director of the longest established pharmacy in Regensburg. Weinmann supervised the compilation of this valuable 18th century florigium, which contains 1,025 plates of plants, trees, fruits and vegetables, depicting 4,000 species. Weinmann?s background as an apothecary is evident in the composition and style of the prints, which are both scientific and beautifully decorative as well. Various artists were employed in the production, including the distinguished German botanical draughtsman Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770), whom was then in his twenties. The Phytanthoza Iconographia is remarkable not only for the beauty and accuracy of its illustrations, but also for the successful use of color printing. Most of the plates have solid areas in colored mezzotint, with watercolor details added.Overall this print is in good condition with some light staining in the margins. A 5 inch repaired crease to left margin.

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        Stadt und Vestung Strasburg samt dem Fort Kehl in einem gantz neuen Grundriss u. Prospect.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Homann Erben, 1736, 48,5 x 58 cm., Schönes breitrandiges Exemplar.. Gesamtansicht von Straßburg mit Legende, darüber altkolorierter Plan.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Babendererde]
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        The Universal Penman - Engraved By George Bickham - Printed By the Author and Sent to the Subscribers, if Living Within the Bills of Mortality

      London, 1736, Hard Cover, First Edition, Illustrated By: George BickhamSize: Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall, The eighteenth century writing master and engraver George Bickham produced "The Universal Penman" as a collection of pages for students to copy. The work was originally published in subscription format between 1733 and 1741. This is a bound version consisting of of the first 58 pages, together with supplementary plates, making a total of 71 (including title page and page addressed to subscribers). The plates with numbers are II to XVIII. The publication dates range from the first page, addressed to the subscribers in August 1733, to the last pages p 58 and "after p 58", "Ambition" and "The Golden Mean" , dated May 1736. The collation is: title page, page addressed to subscribers, 1-44pp, after p 44, p 45, after p 45, p 46, after p 46, 47-49pp, after p 49, 50-52pp, after p 52, p 53, after p 5, after p 6, 54-55pp, after p 55, p 56, after p 56, p 57, after p 57, p 58, after p 58, blank page (detached). Thus, ignoring the detached blank endpaper, there are 71 leaves. Condition of the 71 leaves varies from good+ to very good+, though the blank detached endpaper is in poor condition, marked with some tears.. There are a couple of vertical creases and some yellowing to the first two pages, a very occasional small mark on the first 20 pages. As the book progresses there is slight spotting to some pages (see scans for examples). The covers are throroughly battered and lack a spine. An amazing example of eighteenth century engraving and of fine calligraphy. Beautiful. 1.325kg.

      [Bookseller: Mayger & Mayger Pty Ltd]
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        Responsa juris criminalia et civilia maximam partem inclytae facultatis juridicae aliquam & privato nomine elaborata.

      Nürnberg, Lochner, 1736.. Gestochenes Frontispiz, Titel in Rot und Schwarz, 26 Blatt, 1294 Seiten, 48 Blatt. 21 x 17 cm, Pappband der Zeit.. Erste (einzige) Ausgabe. - Rückenbezug beschädigt, mit Abrissen. Innen sehr gutes sauberes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Mertens & Pomplun GbR (Versa]
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        Genaue und umständliche Beschreibung helvetischer Geschichte.

      Zürich, Orell 1736 - 1739.. 19 Bände. HLdr. d. Zt. mit Rückenverg. und Rückenschild.. Erste Ausgabe. - Barth 10228; Haller IV, 479; Feller-B. 537: "Viel mehr Wert als auf Quellenforschung legte er auf schöne Form; seine angenehme Darstellungsweise bedeutete denn auch einen Fortschritt gegenüber der trockenen Annalistik. Eine Originalhistorie für alle Eidgenossen, wie sie die Patrioten ersehnten, stellt seine Schweizergeschichte nicht dar. Sein Interesse an der Geschichte ist ein unechtes: Sie soll den Ruhm erhalten und so zur Tugend anfeuern; von der nachlebenden Kraft des Stils ist er überzeugt." - Mit 1846 datiertem Exlibris von Albrecht Steiger (1813-1888; Wegmann 6803). - Nur wenige Bände etw. gebräunt und fleckig. Dekorative Reihe!

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        Eigenh. Albumblatt mit U.

      Königsberg, 13. XII. 1736. - 1 S. Qu.-8vo. "Hajom bekan, ve-machar bekever - Hodie in hoc loco, cras vero in sepulchro" ("Heute hier, morgen im Grab"). - Mit kleiner Numerierung am rechten oberen Blatt- und kl. Wurmspur am unteren Blattrand.

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        Genaue und umständliche Beschreibung helvetischer Geschichte

      Zürich, Orell 1736 - 1739.. 19 Bände. HLdr. d. Zt. mit Rückenverg. und Rückenschild. Erste Ausgabe. - Barth 10228; Haller IV, 479; Feller-B. 537: "Viel mehr Wert als auf Quellenforschung legte er auf schöne Form; seine angenehme Darstellungsweise bedeutete denn auch einen Fortschritt gegenüber der trockenen Annalistik. Eine Originalhistorie für alle Eidgenossen, wie sie die Patrioten ersehnten, stellt seine Schweizergeschichte nicht dar. Sein Interesse an der Geschichte ist ein unechtes: Sie soll den Ruhm erhalten und so zur Tugend anfeuern; von der nachlebenden Kraft des Stils ist er überzeugt." - Mit 1846 datiertem Exlibris von Albrecht Steiger (1813-1888; Wegmann 6803). - Nur wenige Bände etw. gebräunt und fleckig. Dekorative Reihe!

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        Anno. 1736. Monath Julj: War in Breßlau, eine Viel Blättrige Weiße Lielie, in einem Gärthel, vor denn Mühlen, so Einem Hoch-Edlen und Gestrengen Rathe gehörig Zusehen

      (Breslau, Selbstverlag 1736).. Einblattdruck (Kupferstich von B. Strahowsky nach B. Freytag) mit großer Darstellung und gestoch. Erläuterungstext. 43 x 13 cm. Für mich bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar; offenbar bislang unbekanntes Blatt, das der Breslauer Mühlschreiber "C. H. R." "auff eigene Unkosten … Mahlen und Stechen Laßen", um die Wundergestalt einer Lilie zu dokumentieren. Diese war nicht nur besonders groß geraten, sondern wies 34 zusammengewachsene Stengel auf, die "Zu Vieller Verwunderung" insgesamt 102 Blüten (!) trugen. - Über den Breslauer Stecher Bartholomäus Strahowsky (Bartolomej Strahovsky; 1693-1759) ist nicht viel bekannt (geboren in Prag, 1721-1757 tätig in Breslau, schuf hauptsächlich Heiligenbilder und Porträts nach fremden Entwürfen). Unter den 58 Werken, die Dlabacz im Bd. III seines böhmischen Künstlerlexikons auflistet (Prag 1815, S. 217-223), ist dieses Blatt auch nicht zu finden. Noch weniger ist über den in Breslau tätigen Maler Benjamin Freytag (gestorben 1748) überliefert. - Sauberer Abdruck auf dickem Bütten mit schmalem Rand. - Mehrere Falze, wenig gebräunt und fingerfleckig.

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        Moralische Gedichte und Uebersetzungen, Sonderlich die Beschreibung der Heyrathsinsel und Turteltaube aus des Mr. le Noble Promenaden.,

      Leipzig-Breslau, Johann Jakob Korn, 1736. - Erste u. einzige Ausgabe; mit einer 6-seitigen Widmung für Carl Joseph Erdmann Graf Henckel zu Donnersmarck. - Der erste Teil enthält eigene Gedichte, Oden, geistliche Lieder, Kantaten, Liebesgedichte und Gelegenheitsverse, der zweite Teil Übersetzungen (u.a. von Ovid, Thomas a Kempis, Rousseau, Fontenelle usw.), wobei tlw. der franz. Originaltext beigefügt ist. Die beiden auf dem Titel erwähnten Erzählungen von Eustache Le Noble liegen hier in der ersten dt. Fassung vor. - Einband etw. berieben u. an den Kapitalen min. eingerissen. Rücken m. kl. älterem Nummernschildchen. Durchg. gebräunt u. etw. stockfleckig. - Goedeke III, 354, 27; Hayn/G. III, 611; Kosch IX, 315; Seebaß 584; vgl. Fromm IV, 144; nicht bei Faber du Faur u. Jantz. Sprache: ge Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 8°. Mit einigen Holzschn.-Vignetten. 8 Bll., 336 S., Kart. d. Zt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Alexander Pope

      42- London- Linton, Dodsley et al 1736 - A nine volume set of the works of Alexander Pope. A contemporary set made up of early issues of the individual volumes of the complete works. With the armorial bookplate, wax seal and signature of Charles Craigie dated 1740. Alexander Pope was an 18th century English poet best known for his satirical verse and for his translation of Homer. Famous for his use of the heroic couplet, he is the third most quoted writer in the Oxford Dictionary of Quotations after Shakespeare and Tennyson. Historically, Pope enjoyed popularity in his lifetime and this interest was revived in the 20th century. Lord Byron identified Pope as one of his chief influences, however Pope was not wholly popular during the Romantic movement. His poetry was appreciated in the 20th century for its peppering of historical references to people and places of his time, giving a broader understanding of the past. He is also remembered for his collected edition of Shakespeare's work for which he was criticised for over editing. Condition: In contemporary speckled calf. Externally, very smart with some rubbing and bumping. Some wear to spine with loss to spine labels. All with armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Wax seal and signature to front free-endpapers. Internally, generally firmly bound. Pages bright with scattered spotting. Some tidemarks to first and last few pages and some closed tears to pages throughout. Overall: VERY GOOD INDEED [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Anno. 1736. Monath Julj: War in Breßlau, eine Viel Blättrige Weiße Lielie, in einem Gärthel, vor denn Mühlen, so Einem Hoch-Edlen und Gestrengen Rathe gehörig Zusehen ...

      (Breslau, Selbstverlag 1736).. Einblattdruck (Kupferstich von B. Strahowsky nach B. Freytag) mit großer Darstellung und gestoch. Erläuterungstext. 43 x 13 cm.. Für mich bibliographisch nicht nachweisbar; offenbar bislang unbekanntes Blatt, das der Breslauer Mühlschreiber "C. H. R." "auff eigene Unkosten Mahlen und Stechen Laßen", um die Wundergestalt einer Lilie zu dokumentieren. Diese war nicht nur besonders groß geraten, sondern wies 34 zusammengewachsene Stengel auf, die "Zu Vieller Verwunderung" insgesamt 102 Blüten (!) trugen. - Über den Breslauer Stecher Bartholomäus Strahowsky (Bartolomej Strahovsky; 1693-1759) ist nicht viel bekannt (geboren in Prag, 1721-1757 tätig in Breslau, schuf hauptsächlich Heiligenbilder und Porträts nach fremden Entwürfen). Unter den 58 Werken, die Dlabacz im Bd. III seines böhmischen Künstlerlexikons auflistet (Prag 1815, S. 217-223), ist dieses Blatt auch nicht zu finden. Noch weniger ist über den in Breslau tätigen Maler Benjamin Freytag (gestorben 1748) überliefert. - Sauberer Abdruck auf dickem Bütten mit schmalem Rand. - Mehrere Falze, wenig gebräunt und fingerfleckig.

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        Historischen Fransman, In byzondere Fransche Geschiedenissen, Gepast op de onderdrukte staat van Ons lieve Vaderlandt. Tweeden Druk. WAARBIJ: Historischen Engels-Man, In byzondere Engelsche, Schotsche, en Yersche Geschiedenissen, Gepast op de onderdrukte Staat van ons lieve Vaderlandt. WAARBIJ: Historischen Spanjaart, In byzondere Spaansche Geschiedenissen, Gepast op de onderdrukte Staat van ons lieve Vaderlandt. WAARBIJ: Historischen Hollander, Vertoonende van voor de tyden Christi of tot onze tyden toe de gedurige Oorlogen en elendigheden van Hollandt, En hoe het uit de zelve is uitgeworstelt. Ter hope voorgestelt aan ons nog verdrukte Vaderlandt, Waar by voor aan gevoegt is een Brief van P. Cornelius Hazart, Vermaart Jesuit tot Antwerpen, Nevens het Antwoort op de zelve. Tweede Druk. WAARBIJ: Historische Kerk-Spiegel, Van en voor onnze Eeuwe. Waar in vertoont wort, dat het Pauselyke Hof van Romen Niet meer van voornemen is de genaamde Ketters, Alleen om de Religie, te vermoorden, maar door vriendelyke middelen of door allerlei quellingen tot de Roomsche Kerke te leiden of the dwingen. Voorgestelt aan ons verdrukte Vaderlandt. Tweede Druk. (Franse titel: De Historische Fransman, Engelsman, Hollander, Spaanjaart, en Kerk-Spiegel. Tweede Druk.).

      Rotterdam, Hermanus Kentlink, en Johannes Nikkel 1736. Tweede druk, 5 werken in 1 band alle uit 1736 met doorlopende paginering, (8) 435 p. Origineel half Leer met ribben, 4° (licht gebruind. 1e titel niet SGT/ R137/144/153/148).

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        MONARQUIA ESPAÑOLA

      - Monarquía española, blasón de su nobleza dedicado a la augusta magestad de D. Phelipe de Borbón, Quinto de este nombre Por mano del Excelentissimo Señor Duque del Arco.- Madrid, Alfonso de Mora, 1736; 2 tomos en folio piel de finales del siglo XIX, Tomo 1º. Parte Primera. 4 hojas incluida portada, 376 páginas. Tomo 2º. Parte Segunda. 4hojas incluida portada, 464 páginas. Los dos tomos ilustrados con 363 escudos nobiliarios grabados en madera en el texto e impresión a dos columnas. En el primer tomo faltan 2 hojas de preliminares y tiene un pequeño roto en el margen inferior de la página 77 que sólo afecta a una letra y no impide lectura. En la segunda parte mancha en margen inferior desde la página 277. Anotaciones en tinta de la época en los dos tomos. Palau nº 269950 cita altas cotizaciones ya en el siglo XIX. Obra dificil de encontrar completa en la actualidad.

      [Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ]
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        Moralische Gedichte und Uebersetzungen, Sonderlich die Beschreibung der Heyrathsinsel und Turteltaube aus des Mr. le Noble Promenaden.

      Leipzig-Breslau, Johann Jakob Korn, 1736.. 8°. Mit einigen Holzschn.-Vignetten. 8 Bll., 336 S., Kart. d. Zt.. Erste u. einzige Ausgabe; mit einer 6-seitigen Widmung für Carl Joseph Erdmann Graf Henckel zu Donnersmarck. - Der erste Teil enthält eigene Gedichte, Oden, geistliche Lieder, Kantaten, Liebesgedichte und Gelegenheitsverse, der zweite Teil Übersetzungen (u.a. von Ovid, Thomas a Kempis, Rousseau, Fontenelle usw.), wobei tlw. der franz. Originaltext beigefügt ist. Die beiden auf dem Titel erwähnten Erzählungen von Eustache Le Noble liegen hier in der ersten dt. Fassung vor. - Einband etw. berieben u. an den Kapitalen min. eingerissen. Rücken m. kl. älterem Nummernschildchen. Durchg. gebräunt u. etw. stockfleckig. - Goedeke III, 354, 27; Hayn/G. III, 611; Kosch IX, 315; Seebaß 584; vgl. Fromm IV, 144; nicht bei Faber du Faur u. Jantz.

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        Thomae Sydenham med. doct. ac practici Londinensis celeberrimi opera medica : in tomos duos divisa [complete in 2 volumes]

      Genevae : Apud Fratres de Tournes, 1736, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, New EditionVery good copies bound in contemporary full aniline calf. Gilt-blocked leather labels to spine, with compartments uniformly tooled in gilt. Raised bands. Spine bands and panels edges worn as with age. Decorative endpapers. Scattered foxing. Remains quite well-preserved overall. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Physical description: 2 v. : (711, 496p. ), frontis. (port. ) ; 23 cm. Subjects: Medicine - Early works to 1800. Edition: "Editio novissima aliis omnibus quae praecesserunt multo emaculatior / & novis additamentis ditior imo indice alphabetico locupletissimo in locum elenchi rerum suffecto, utilisseme ornata." --title page. Language: Latin.

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        Historia Placitorum Coronae. The History of the Pleas of the Crown . . . Now first published from his Lordship's Original Manuscript . . . with large Notes. By Sollom Emlyn of Lincoln's Inn [etc.]. Two Volumes [complete]. Folio

      London: Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling [etc.], 1736. Contemporary calf, rubbed, yet a very good copy, with the ownership signature ("R H B Hale / Aug 26 1841") of a Hale descendant in the second volume First edition of the masterpiece of one of England's greatest judges and scholars of legal history, in Maitland's words "[n]o man of his age was better . . . equipped for the task [and] none had a wider or deeper knowledge of the materials

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        Epistolae (Das Ist Plinii)

      Magdeburg: Rengerichen, 1736. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 12mo thick, vellum covers with some usual staining and tear to spine, over 800pps, mainly Latin, some German text, woodcut frp, VG..

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        TRACTATUS DE EVICTIONIBUS

      - Tractatus de Evictionibus in quo quaestionum practicarum utriusque Fori Ecclesiastici et Saecularis resolutiones omnémque eiusdem Curiae praxim cernere licet. Nova editio, infinitis prope mendis, quibus scatebant priorres, singulari studio expurgata.- Coloniae Allobrogum, Sumptibus Fratrum de Tournes, M. DCC. XXXVI (1736); en folio mayor piel, 4h (incluida portada), 282 pp - 22 hojas de tablas. Texto a 2 columnas. Buen ejemplar.

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        Poems on several occasions / By Stephen Duck. [bound with] Caesar's Camp: or, St. George's Hill. A poem

      London : printed for the author, 1736, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First EditionFinely rebound with a matching leather spine. Gilt-blocked leather spine label. Raised bands. The original aniline calf boards have been retained, with some wear and rubbing around the edges as with age. Provenance: From the library of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, with some minor library marks remaining. Scattered foxing and dust-toning around the prelims. Minor, marginal spots of foxing and dust-toning elsewhere. Damp stain in right bottom corner margin from pages 223 to 334 - text unaffected. Remains particularly well-preserved overall. Further scans, images etc. and additional bibliographical material available on request. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 334 pages; xl, 334, [2]p., 25p.; 27cm. Includes: Frontispiece portrait tipped in. 'An account of the author' by Joseph Spence, and a subscription list, which includes the names of Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift. The final leaf contains an ode "written since the preceding pages were printed off". Head- and tail-pieces; engraved initials. Referenced by: ESTC (RLIN), T90234. Bound with: Caesar's Camp: or, St. George's Hill. A poem / by the Reverend Mr. Duck, Rector of Byfleet. London: Printed for R. and J. Dodsley... 1755. 25p. Genre: English poetry -- Literature -- 18th century.

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        Autograph quotation signed.

      Hamburg, 24. V. 1736. - Oblong 8vo. 1 p. "Henos esti chreia" ("But one thing is needed", Luke 10: 42). - Winckler was a professor of oriental languages in Hamburg; in 1712 he was elected as chief pastor of St. Nicholas. - With small ms. numbering and slight worming in the lower margin.

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        Heroica Vida y Exemplares Virtudes Del Venerable Doctor D.francisco De Queralt, Arcediano Mayor, y Maestre-Escuela De La Santa Iglesia De Lérida

      imprenta Manuel Ibarra, Cervera 1736 - Heroica vida, y exemplares virtudes del venerable doctor D. Francisco de Queralt: Arcediano mayor, y Maestre-escuela de la Santa Iglesia de Lerida, y primer cancelario de la Pontificia, y Real Universidad de Cervera, juez escolastico de su estudio, conservador, y Unico executor de sus indultos .210 pp. Capitales xilográficas, cabecera, cul-de-lamp, con llamada. Encuadernación en pergamino, lomera rotulada. Cerco de humedad en el margen inferior de toda la obra. CCPB 400604-6.

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        A Complete Collection Of the State Tryals Of Persons for High-Treason, Murder, Rapes, Heresy, Bigamy, Parricide, Sodomy, Burglary, Bills of Attainder . . . that have been in England from the Reign of Richard II to this present Time. Two Volumes. Folio

      Dublin: Printed by an for Samuel Dalton . . . in Warburgh-Street, 1736-37. Contemporary calf, rubbed, the Adare Manor set with the bindings slightly different, the joints of volume two cracked, else a good tall set The rare first Irish edition of the state (and other) trials, including those of Thomas More, William Penn, Mary Queen of Scots, Algernon Sydney, John Lilburn, and Francis Bacon, inter alia; four copies in ESTC, none in England or this country

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        A Dictionary of the Targumim, The Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature (Talmud Dictionary): First Edition, Complete in Two Volumes

      London/New York: Luzac & Co/G.P. Putnam's Sons. Hardcover. xviii, 1736 pages. Includes index of scriptural quotations. Yellow leather spines with raised bands and bright gilt lettering. Moderate external wear. Bindings tight. Minimal markings to contents in ball pen, primarily to verso of blank back leaf of volume 2. A sound first edition copy of this famed reference. . Good. 1903. First Edition.

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        PRAELECTIONES VIADRINAE DE CAUTELIS CONTRACTUM

      1736 - STRYK, Samuel. STRYKII SAMUELIS IC ET ANTECESSORIS. PRAELECTIONES VIADRINAE DE CAUTELIS CONTRACTUM necessariis exemplis contractum declaratae et variis facultatis iuridicae responsis illustratae. [lectures given at the Viadrine University on the necessary cautions of contracts, with examples and other opinions. Preface on Heuromatic Jurisprudence by Johann Gottlieb Heinz]. Berlin, Christopher Gottlieb Nicolai, 1736. Quarto. [1]xxvi,584pp., [36]ff. Portions of Stryk's work were published separately (cautions in testaments, for example, or buyer-and-seller agreements) but this edition embraces all of his work on cautions, based on lectures presented during his professorship at the University in Frankfort. Neat ownership inscriptions, and one name excised from the title, else fine in vellum boards. Title on spine in ink.

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        A Dictionary of the Targumim, The Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature (Talmud Dictionary): First Edition, Complete in Two Volumes

      London/New York: Luzac & Co/G.P. Putnam's Sons. Hardcover. xviii, 1736 pages. Includes index of scriptural quotations. Yellow leather spines with raised bands and bright gilt lettering. Moderate external wear. Bindings tight. Minimal markings to contents in ball pen, primarily to verso of blank back leaf of volume 2. A sound first edition copy of this famed reference. . Good. 1903. First Edition.

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        Essai politique sur le commerce. Nouvelle édition augmentée de sept chapitres, & où les lacunes des éditions précédentes sont remplies.

      S.l., s.n. 1736 - [4]-399-[1 bl.] pp. 2e édition (?, 1ère en 1734) de cet essai par l'économiste français J.-F. Melon (1675-1738); secrétaire de John Law et du Régent, il collabora à l'élaboration du système monétaire et bancaire du financier écossais. Il est considéré comme le premier théoricien en France du mercantilisme et du protectionnisme. Contient des chapitres sur les colonies, l'esclavage, le luxe, l'import-export, la cherté des denrées etc. Ex-libris G[uillaume] H[ofmann]. Ref. Goldsmiths' Libr. 7371. Kress 4288. Bn-Opale plus. COPAC. 1 volumes. Petite manque à la coiffe supérieure. Coins légèrement émoussés. Reliure veau de l'époque , dos orné doré à 5 nerfs , étiquette de cuir rouge, tranches rouges.

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        The diseases of women with child, and in child-bed: as also, The best means of helping them in natural and unnatural labours.

      London, Printed for Cox and Clarke, 1736. - With fit remedies for several indispositions of new-born babes. To which is prefix'd an exact description of the parts of generation in women. A work much more perfect, than any now extant, and very necessary for all, especially midwives and men practising that art. The seventh edition corrected, and augmented with several new figures, and with the description of an excellent instrument to bring a child that comes right. Translated by Hugh Chamberlen. Front., 9 (8 gef.) Kupfertafeln, XLIV, 375 (falsch 373), (7) S. Neuer Pappband. Blake 293; Waller 6361; Wellcome IV, 86; Dawson 4005; Garrison/Morton 6147 (EA 1668; Englische EA 1672); Fasbender 159 zur EA: "ausgezeichnetes Werk"; vgl. Speert, Obstetrics, u. a. S. 271 und 274. - "The outstandig textbook of the time. Mauriceau (1637-1709), leading obstetrician of his day, introduced the practice of delivering his patients in bed instead of in the obstetrical chair. It was Mauriceau that Hugh Chamberlen attempted to sell the secret of his forceps; Ch. translated the Traité into English in 1672. This book established obstetrics as a science" (Garrison/Morton). - Zum Frontispiz führt Speert 274 aus: "The perce-crâne and tire-tête of Fr. M., instruments for perforating and extracting the fetal head". - Teilweise braunfleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Regnum Portugaliæ

      1736 .. Copper engraving. Later colouring. Excellent condition, very light waterstains on top right, lower left margin. Size: 46 x 58 cm. (18 x 23 inches). This magnificent map of Portugal, clearly showing its regions, has a bold cartouche decorated with branches and leaves, Four scales at lower left.

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        Tegenwoordige staat van't Duitsche keizerryk in't algemeen; als mede van de Opper-Saxische, Neder-Saxische, Westphaalsche, en Nederrynsche Kreitsen in't byzonder. Nu vertaald en merkelyk vermeerderd door M. van Goch.

      - Amsterdam, IsaakTirion, 1736.Contemporary vellum. With engraved frontispiece, 3 engraved portraits and 5 folding maps of Germany. 12,(4),670,(10) pp.* Original issued as Modern history: or present state of all nations. London 1725-1739. Translated into Dutch:Hedendaagsche historie, of tegenwoordige staat van alle volkeren. Volume VIII contains an ample description of Germany. - A fine copy.Tiele 1033.

      [Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje]
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        Aloe Africana Caulescens foliis glaucis caulerm amplectenibus major

      Amsterdam 1736 - Johann Wilhelm Weinmann (1683-1741) was an influential pharmacist and botanist, and director of the longest established pharmacy in Regensburg, Germany. Weinmann supervised the compilation of the important and valuable 18th century florigium, The Phytanthoza Iconographia, which contains 1,025 plates of botanicals, aloe, cacti, trees, fruits and vegetables, depicting 4,000 species. Weinmann’s background as an apothecary is evident in the composition and style of the prints, which are both scientific and beautifully decorative as well. The Phytanthoza Iconographia is remarkable not only for the beauty and accuracy of its illustrations, but also for the successful use of color printing. Most of the plates were engraved with what was considered a recently developed process which combined etching and mezzotint. Having solid areas in colored mezzotint allowed for the subtle variations of tone in the flower petals and leaves, with watercolor details added. Many of these plates are engraved after the drawings of the distinguished German botanical artist Georg Dionysius Ehret (1708-1770), who was employed by Weinmann as a young man. These were Ehrets first published works before he went on to compile his own botanical volumes. The botanical descriptions for the first twenty-five plates was written by Johann Georg Nicolaus Dieterichs (1681-1737), who was succeeded by his son Ludwig Michael (1716-1747), and the work was completed after Weinmann's death by Ambrosius Karl Bieler (1693-1747). This mezzotint and line engraving, Aloe Africana Caulescens foliis glaucis caulerm amplectenibus major, 17.5" x 11.5, is in very good condition with slight discoloration on the plate, and evidence of previous binding on the left edge. This engraving shows a beautifully colored and detailed aloe plant within a decorative planter. The leaves of this succulent are colored with different shades of green and lightly patterned. Their shapes, coloring and form all add to their realistic nature. The pot this Aloe plants sits in is detailed as well, colored bronze with highlights and finite decorations.

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        Sciagraphia Artis Tignariae, Oder Nutzliche Eroffnung Zu Der Sichern Fundamentalen Holz Verbindung. Zimmermans' Kunst (Zimmermanns)

      Johann Trautners 1736 - (2), (12) , 148 pp. (2). 44 copper plates by Johann Jacob Schubler. Paste Paper Sides, Ve llum Spine. some pages age-toned; small hole margin p. 133 otherwise pages crisp & clean. with occasional small spots. Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Charte der Kriegs Operationen am Donn und Dnieper Ihro Russisch key serl maiest glorieusen armeen?

      Augsbourg 1736 - Fine mid 18thc century decorative map of Ukraine in strong original colour. A war between Russia and the Ottoman Empire, caused by intensified contradictions over the results of the War of the Polish Succession of 1733-1735 and endless raids by the Crimean Tatars. The war also represented Russia\'s continuing struggle for the access to the Black Sea., Size : 385x445 (mm), 15.125x17.5 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring

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        SAN RAPHAEL, CUSTODIO DE CORDOVA. Eutrapelia poetica, sobre la historia de su patronato; que en siete centurias heroycas escrivia.

      Imp. Real por Don Miguèl Francisco Rodriguez. Madrid, 1736 - . 20,5 cm. [36], 238 pág., 15 h. de índices (sign. [calderón]4, 2 [calderón]6, 3[calderón]-4[calderón]4, A-Z4, 2A-K4, 2L2). Error de signatura tipográfica (consta 2[calderón]3 por 2[calderón]5). Portada enmarcada en orla tipográfica. Capitulares y "culs-de-lampe". Enc. en piel moderna, nervios, ruedas doradas en ambos planos, corte superior dorado. Restauraciones de anterior poseedor en pág. 16 y 48. CCPB 000184055-X. poesía española, festividades religiosas, córdoba, san rafael arcángel Hagiografia, miracles, martiris i profecies Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE HOLY BIBLE. CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS. NEWLY TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES

      Edinburgh: Robert Freebairn, 1736. n. Hardcover. 178 x 114 mm (7 x 4 1/2"). [410] leaves. ORNATE CONTEMPORARY RED MOROCCO, HEAVILY GILT, IN A CHARACTERISTICALLY SCOTTISH DESIGN, covers framed by dogtooth rolls and densely tooled with gilt flowers, foliage, turnips, swirls, and dots, central panel with vaguely herringbone design formed by interlocking full and half circles accented by floral tools, fleurons, and dots, the panel framed by very prominent densely cross-hatched pear-shaped ornaments, each containing a stylized thistle within it; raised bands, spine intricately gilt in compartments with scrolling cornerpieces and large fleuron centerpiece incorporating a saltire, patterned paper pastedowns (lacking free endpapers), all edges gilt (the boards with shallow, thin blind rules--as part of the design or else added later--demarcating the central panel as well as extending from top to bottom and side to side along the exact center of the cover; very expert repairs to head of joints, tiny restoration to corners). Front pastedown with bookplate of Hans Fürstenberg (see below). Darlow & Moule 791. A hint of splaying to front board, joints and extremities a little rubbed (though carefully refurbished), gilt a bit muted in places, but the once spectacular binding still extremely appealing, with nothing approaching a major condition issue. Mild browning throughout, occasional trivial foxing, marginal stains, or other trivial imperfections, but still an excellent copy internally, with few signs of use, the fresh, clean leaves with comfortable margins. This is an especially desirable 18th century Scottish binding with vigorous and intricate decoration as well as distinguished provenance. Our binding is notable, first, in employing extraordinarily large pear-shaped or palm-leaf forms that Sommerlad says are seen only on Scottish bindings, and, second, in its use of the turnip ornament, which he identifies as the "most popular design" among Scottish tools. Finally, the St. Andrew's cross (saltire) in the spine compartments is also a frequent feature of Scottish bindings of the period. Similar design elements may be seen in Maggs Catalogue 1075, #158, in items #19 and 23 in Sommerlad's list of "Scottish 'Wheel' and 'Herring-bone' Bindings in the Bodleian Library," and in #278 in the "Henry Davis Gift." Sommerlad notes that bindings like the present one were used "mainly on Bibles or on presentation copies of academic dissertations." Like ours, the bindings cited above are all on Bibles printed in Edinburgh. Our previous owner, Hans Fürstenberg (1890-1982), put together one of the finest collections of 18th century books ever assembled, and in 1929 he published "Das Französische Buch im Achtzehnten Jahrhundert und in der Empirezeit," a brilliant survey of French works from the period, intended to serve as an introduction to a catalogue of his collection. Although the catalogue never appeared, there was a major exhibition drawn from the riches of his collection in 1965--and for that exhibition a catalogue was, in fact, published. The discrimination that went into his selection of books is evident here in the animated elegance of the present design, the quality of the decoration's execution, and the volume's generally excellent condition. In 1974 the Fürstenberg collection was sold en bloc to Dr. Otto Schäfer, whose marvelous library had already become distinguished for its fine and historic bindings.

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        Regnum Portugalliae divisum in Quinque Provincias majores...

      Nürnberg 1736. Karte zeigt gesamt Portugal, koloriert, Kupferstich, 59 x 46. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

      [Bookseller: Antique Sommer & Sapunaru KG]
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        EXAMEN CASTELLANO DE LA CRISIS GRIEGA, con que el R.P. fr. Manuel Bautista de Castro intento establecer el Instituto Bethlemitico.

      Imp. Real Madrid, 1736 - . 20,5 cm. [28], 363, [5] pág. Enc. pergamino. * Estudio sobre la preheminencia de la orden de los Jerónimos en España y Portugal en lo referente a la gestión y control de monasterios reales como El Escorial y Santa María de Guadalupe en Extremadura y el Monasterio de los Jerónimos de Belem. En la introduccion del libro se publican unas "Memorias para la vida de D. Luis de Salazar" y un catálogo de sus obras impresas y manuscritos. Al año siguiente de la publicación de esta obra apareció el libro escrito por Pablo de San Nicolás desmintiendo la autoría de Salazar: VERDAD TRIUMPHANTE por el honor de un sepulchro, Vindicas de la buena memoria de Don Luis de Salazar, difunto, infamado en la obra posthuma, que se le atribuye, con título de Examen castellano de la crisis griega, siendo su verdero autor F.D.M.M.B. Historia eclesiàstica, concilis, ordes religioses Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español

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        Autograph quotation signed.

      Königsberg, 16. XI. 1736. - Oblong 8vo. 1 p. "Omne solum natale piis, non semper iisdem | Nubibus haeret avis, piscis inerrat aquis. | Te sequor, o Superum Rectoris, quo jusseris, ibo. | Gaudeat hoc tellus hospite, cive polus" (Caspar Barlaeus, Poemata, Elegiae V, 23/24 & 55/56). - With small ms. numbering.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Aurelii Macrobii Ambrosii Theodosii v.c. et inlustris quae exstant) OMNIA, diligentissime emendata et cum optimis editionibus collata, ut ex praefatione manifestum

      Padova Comino 1736 In 8° pagine. 8 n.n.+ XXXIX + 640 + 86 + 2 non numerate. Ottima legatura in piena pergamena coeva con fregi oro e titolo su tassello al dorso. Bella marca al frontespizio, fregi, testatine, sei figure nel testo e stemma del Volpi al fine. Ottimo e fresco esemplare. Cfr.Olschki 134190. Brunet III, 1256. Graesse IV, 330: «Reimpr. correcte et jolie du texte de l'éd. de Gronovius.». Salimbeni 151.

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        Mémoires de M. le Marquis de Feuquiere, Lieutenant Général des Armées du Roi ; Contenans ses Maximes sur la Guerre, & l?application des Exemples aux Maximes.Nouvelle édition, revue & corrigée sur l?original, augmentée de plusieurs additions considérables; ensemble d?une vie de l?auteur donnée par M. le Comte de Feuquiere son frère, & enrichie de plans & de cartes.

      chez Pierre Dunoyer, Londres, 1736 - 2 ff. - LXXII- 496pages, 6 ff., 13 cartes et plans, relié veau moucheté, dos à nerfs, entre-nerfs ornés de fleurons dorés, pièce de titre rouge, tranches rouges, signet en soie conservée, reliure de l?époque. Très bel exemplaire.

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        Opera. [.] Recognovit D. Ludovicus Antonius Muratorius.

      Verona, Dionigi Ramanzini, 1736. - Folio (300 x 424 mm). (16) pp., CXL, 1072 cols., (22) pp. T. p. printed in red and black. With engr. title vignette, engr. headpiece and initial in the dedication, and several woodcut initials and vignettes. Contemp. vellum with giltstamped red label to spine. First edition of Muratori's edition. Paulinus of Nola (c. 353-431), "the greatest Christan poet of antiquity next to Prudentius" (cf. Tusc. Lex. Lit. 194), corresponded with St. Augustine, St. Jerome, Martin of Tours, Sulpicius Severus, and Anastasius I. - Lower spine-end slightly damaged, otherwise perfect, wide-margined copy mit ms. ownership not of the manuscript collector Carlo Maria della Pace. OCLC 48903202. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Aula Subterranea domina Dominantium subdita subditorum. Das ist: Untererdische Hofhaltung Ohne welche weder die Herren regieren/ noch die Unterthanen gehorchen können. Oder: Gründliche Beschreibung dererjenigen Sachen/ So in der Tieffe der Erden wachsen, als aller Ertzen der Königlichen und gemeinen Metallen, auch fürnehmsten Mineralien etc. ANGEBUNDEN: Interpres Pharaseologiae metallurgicae, Oder Erklärung derer fürnehmsten Terminorum und Redens-Arten/ welche bey denen Bergleuten/ Puchern, Schmeltzern, Probierern und Müntzmeister etc. in Benennung ihrer Professions-Sachen, etc gebräuchlich sind.

      Franckfurt a. Mayn, Verlegt von Johann David Jung 1736;. 5. Aufl.; ca 33x20 cm; (10) 208 (4), 36 Seiten mit gest. Titelblatt, Titel in Rot und Schwarz, gest. Vignette und 44 Textholzschnitten; alter Pergamenteinband (Buch neu aufgebunden, Vorsätze mit altem Papier erneuert, Titelblatt am rechten Rand knapp beschnitten, meist mit Verlust des letzten Buchstaben der außen stehenden Wörter; sonst kaum fleckiges Exemplar in gutem Zustand); 5. Aufl.;.

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        Dictionnaire Chronologique, Historique, Critique, Sur L'origine De L'idolâtrie, Des Sectes Des Samaritains, Des Juifs, Des Hérésies, Des Schismes, Des Anti-Papes, & De Tous Les Principaux Heretiques & Fanatiques Qui Ont Cause Quelque Trouble Dans L'église

      A Paris , Pralard, Didot, Quillau, Paris 1736 - Edition originale . In-4 , 19,5 x 25,3 cm , de 24 pages + 526 pages + 1 ff ( privilège ) . Reliure époque plein veau , dos orné à nerfs , tranches rouges . Coiffe arasée , petits défaut sur le cuir [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        PSEAUMES DE DAVID. TRADUCTION NOUVELLE SELON L'HEBREU,

      1736** 1736 - Manuscrit, relié en veau à l'impression doré et au 5 nerfs, plattes intérieures décorées, gravure en frontispice, page de titre, 95 x 150mm., pages ne sont pas numerotées, 3 gravures. Manuscrit du XVIIIe siècle. En bon état. 777 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: BOOKSELLER - ERIK TONEN BOOKS]
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        The History of the World, in Five Books

      G Conyers, J J and P Knapton, D Midwinter, A Bettesworth and C Hitch et al, LONDON 1736 - A good copy of the 11th edition of Ralegh's work 'printed from a copy revis'd by Himself. To which is prefix'd The Life of the Author, newly compil'd from Materials more ample and authentik than have yet been publish'd; by Mr. Oldys. Also his Trial, with some Additions: together with a new and more copious Index to the whole Work'. In 2 full leather folio volumes with portrait of Ralegh, 6 double page maps, 2 double page plans, and tables. All page edges are red. Vol I has frontispiece portrait of Ralegh completed by G Vertue in 1735; title page in red and black inks; half title to the Life of Sir Walter Ralegh; second title and text - pages iv-ccxxxii; The Trial of .with - pages ccxxxvii - ccl; listing of authors cited - 7 pp; 1 pge ad for Phoenix Britannicus; The preface - pages i-xxxii; Contents listing - 24 pp; First Book title and text with 2 double page maps and a table, pages 1-122; Second Book with 3 double page maps and a table, pages 123-370. Vol II has a red and black inked title page; Book 3 - pages 371-455; Book 4 - pages 456-540; Book 5 with 1 double page map and 2 double page diagrams of camps - pages 541-817; note to the reader - 2 pp; Chronological Table - 26 pp; and Index - 19 pp. All the sections have decorative headpieces, tailpieces and initial capitals. Both volumes have the bookplate of Sir Henry Fletcher on the front pastedown and a small ink note on the fep. Both are full leather with raised bands to the spine and extensive gilt decoration to the spine. Vol I has wear to the spine joints with some separation beginning at the front board, is missing the title label and has wear to corners - particularly the top corner of the back board where there is some loss. Internally the book is exceptionally clean. There is some light nibbling to the top corners of the final pages. Vol II has wear to spine joints and lacks a label. There is scuffing to the back board and wear to corners and darker staining at the bottom of the boards. Internally there is some light staining to the bottom margin to some initial leaves, some damp staining to the bottom third of the camp drawings and some light staining to the lower third of text pages of book 5 and the final leaves. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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