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        Passades au Petit Galop, la demy-volte a main gauche 24.

      Methode et invention nouvelle de dresser Les Chevaux. 1737. - Copper engraving. Size: 51 x 38.5 cm. (20 x 15 inches). This striking print shows the Duke of Newcastle demonstrating how to canter. The print is from the 1737 English edition of Cavendish's exposition on the theory and practice of equestrian dressage. La Methode et Invention Nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux, was first published in 1657 in Antwerp. William Cavendish, The Duke of Newcastle, lost his fortune and title after the Battle of Marston Moor and went into exile on the continent. Whilst in Paris, he purchased eight Barbary horses, set up a manege and developed his own training methods. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        Gesamtans., "Mitav Haubtstadt in Curlande", darüber eine Karte, "Accuarate Landt Carte von Curland und Semgallen".

      . Kupferstich aus Francus, Meßrelation, dat. 1737, je 16,5 x 28,5. Nicht bei Fauser und Bott/ Holzammer. - Sehr selten, wie alle Stiche aus den Meßrelationen. Die Karte zeigt das heutige Lettland.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        General Washington invites Colonel Ward to dinner

      [New Jersey?] "Partial Autograph Document unsigned, one page, 6.5? x 2.75?. No place, no date. Three vertical folds pass through text. Light soiling. On laid paper. Affixed to a page of identical size. Fine condition.In full, ?eral Washington presents his compliments / Colo. Ward requests the favour of his company / dinner to day 3 oClock / Saturday morning.? Light show-through from mounted verso, faintly visible: ?Colo. Ward / at / Mr. Crook.? Probably penned by a member of Gen. Washington?s staff.Colo. Ward was most probably Colonel Joseph Ward (1737-1812) who was appointed Aide-de-Camp on the staff of Gen. Artemas Ward and saw action during the Battle of Bunker Hill. Ward served on Gen. Ward?s staff until March 20, 1777, when Gen. Ward?s health forced his resignation from the army. On April 10, 1777, Joseph Ward was elected by Congress as Commissary General of Musters with the rank of Colonel in the Army of the United States.This invitation could have been sent in early Summer, 1778, when both Gen. Washington and Col. Ward were in New Jersey.In the Fall of 1778, Col. Ward was taken prisoner in New Jersey and was confined by the British in Flatbush (today, Brooklyn), Long Island. Released from prison, Col. Ward was appointed by Congress as Commissary General of Prisoners on April 15, 1780, but declined because he had not fully recovered from his imprisonment."

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        Pour travailler de la rene du cavesson dedans al volte et de la jambre. Pl 36.

      London: 1737 - Size: 460 × 560 mm. Copperplate engraving. 2 small worm holes, otherwise in very good condition. This delightful print is from the 1737 English edition of Cavendish's exposition on the theory and practice of equestrian dressage. La Methode et Invention Nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux, was first published in 1657 in Antwerp. William Cavendish, The Duke of Newcastle, lost his fortune and title after the Battle of Marston Moor and went into exile on the continent. Whilst in Paris, he purchased eight Barbary horses, set up a manege and developed his own training methods.

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        Mousaiou tou Grammatikou Ta kath Hero kai Leandron. Musaei grammatici De Herone et Leandro carmen

      Leiden: Theodorum Haak, 1737. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full early leather with raised bands and a red morocco lettering piece. An attractively printed Greek/Latin edition of the classic poem by the Byzantine poet Musaeus. Marlowe began a sweeping version of Hero and Leander but left it incomplete upon his death and it was finished by Chapman. Greek text with facing Latin translation and notes in Latin. Minor foxing throughout, lovely frontis engraving. [44], 101, [26]pp. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Previous owner's inscription in ink, neat. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Literature & Literary; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 041016.

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        Parade du trot pour La Main Gauche. Pl 16.

      London: 1737 - Size: 455 × 555 mm. Copperplate engraving. Very good condition. This print is from the 1737 English edition of Cavendish's exposition on the theory and practice of equestrian dressage. La Methode et Invention Nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux, was first published in 1657 in Antwerp. William Cavendish, The Duke of Newcastle, lost his fortune and title after the Battle of Marston Moor and went into exile on the continent. Whilst in Paris, he purchased eight Barbary horses, set up a manege and developed his own training methods.

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        Vier Uitnemende en Zielroerende Oeffeningen over het Verbond der Genade, Gedaan in s'Gravenhage. Vermeerdert met een Vredehandeling van het Vredeverdrag of het Verbond der Verlossinge tusschen Godt den Vader en God den Zone over de Uitverkoornen. Nevens Eenige Gezangen over dezelve Stoffen.

      Leyden, Jan en Hendrik vander Deyster 1737. 227 (1) p. Origineel Perkament, 12° (opnieuw in de band gezet, zeldzame prekenbundel, SGT-B159).

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        C. Julii Caesaris Quae Extant Omnia, Italica Versione . auxit Hermolaus Albritius

      Venice: Società Albriziana, [1737] - Beautiful copy of this impressive edition, with the Italian translation of Francesco Baldelli, Palladio's corrections, and the stunning engravings adapted from the Samuel Clarke edition Large 4to. Engraved frontispiece, portrait after an antique bust, engraved folding map, 4 engraved plates (2 folding) and numerous large engraved vignettes in the text. [2], 76, 686, [2], xxxx pp. Title page in red and black, text double-columned in Latin and Italian. Contemporary tan calf, gilt spine with raised bands, edges stained red, marbled endpapers. Superb, immaculate copy. Brunet I: 1461 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        The boock of physicke wherin throughe commaundement of the most illustrious, & renoumned Duke & Lorde, Lorde Lodewijcke, Duke of Wirtenberghe, & of Teck, Earle of Mompelgart, &c. ... Dordrecht, Isaac Jansz. Canin, 1599. Folio. With the letterpress title in a beautiful and elaborate engraved title-page frame by Bartholomeus Dolendo, with the arms of Queen Elizabeth I supported by a lion and dragon at the head (above the Tudor rose) a view of Dordrecht at the foot, and the title in a central scrollwork cartouche flanked by angels. Further with 2 woodcut decorated initials with animals and foliage, a woodcut arabesque tailpiece, and arabesque headpieces built up from cast fleurons. Gold-tooled sprinkled calf (ca. 1860/64) by Marseille Middleton Holloway in London, with his stamp at the foot of the first fly-leaf. Rebacked, with the original back-strip laid down.

      Durling 1737; ESTC S121243; Gibbs, Catalogue ... Aldenham House (1888), p. 63 & (1914), p. 156 (this copy); Typ. Batava 2026; Wellcome I, 2492; for the binder: Foot, Davis gift II, no. 223. First and only edition of an English translation of the famous Artzneybuch by Oswald Gabelkover, which was first published in German by Georg Gruppenbach in 1589 in Tübingen. This English translation is made by "A. M." from the Dutch translation by Charles Battus (1598), a physician living in Dordrecht who translated many German and French medical works into Dutch. This English edition, printed in Dordrecht for the English market, comes with a very useful index to the remedies and treatments of the illnesses, suggesting and stressing the fact that the book was meant to function as a kind of do-it-yourself medical handbook. It is dedicated to Queen Elizabeth.An endleaf from the earlier binding has been preserved, with the 1634 London purchase inscription by Mary Savile, giving the price and date, and below it an inscription by Henry Huck Gibbs (1819-1907), noting that he purchased it at the 1860 Savile sale. He must have had it bound soon after he purchased it, for the binder Marseille Middleton Holloway (1809-1897) signs it "M. M. Holloway, London", as in a ca. 1862 binding in the British Library collection, but by 1864 he was in partnership with his son Marseille Holloway, trading as Holloway and son, a partnership dissolved on 31 December 1867. Also with the gold-blocked leather bookplate of William Alfred Foyle, who established Foyle's Books in 1903, on the front pastedown.Title-page mounted on thin paper, some minor repairs, occasional browning and some marginal stains, but further a very good copy.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        Acts And Statutes; Made In a Parliament begun, at Dublin, the Twenty Eight Day of November, Anno Domini, 1727 in the First Year of the Reign of Our Most Gracious Sovereign Lord, King George II - Sixth Session of King George II [DATED 1737]

      George Grierson [Printers], Dublin, 1737. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good/No Jacket. [6],286p. pages in gilt bordered calf with title labels to spine. Book - in Near Very Good leather binding with gilt lettering, borders and five raised bands - some light marking and small patch of surface loss to the front and back board, two small compass pricks to the front board, some bumping and light wear to the extreme corners. Contents, minor marking to the front pastedown and free front endpaper, some grubbiness to the title page, very slight, faint staining to extreme top edge well away from text to page 3-8 inc, light marking to the rear pastedown and rear free endpaper otherwise clean, bright and tightly bound. NB 3 PRIVATE BILLS LISTED AT END OF CONTENTS WERE NEVER INCLUDED. Page numbering incorrect, duplication of page 249/250 but nothing is missing. SCARCE & In Very Good condition considering its age. [PLEASE EMAIL FOR FULL CONTENT DETAILS]. Size: 11.5 inches tall by 7.25 inches. [6] 286 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Law & Criminal Studies; Inventory No: 5426.. THIS BOOK IS HEAVIER THAN THE AVERAGE UPON WHICH CHARGES ARE BASED AND SO WILL INCUR AN ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR SHIPPING TO ADDRESSES OUTSIDE THE U.K..

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        Letters of Mr. Alexander Pope, and Several of his Friends

      London: Printed by J. Wright for J. Knapton, L. Gilliver, J. Brindley, and R. Dodsley 1737 - 4to., bound in full modern calf with leather label lettered in gilt. First edition thus, with a table listing of letters and two letters not published in the 1735 first edition; title page printed in red and black with portrait head of Poe and woodcut illustrations. A gorgeous copy of a work republished numerous times between 1737 and 1742. Griffith 454-457 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Der Patriot, 3 gebundene Jahrgänge der Hamburger Zeitschrift, die zunächst anonymen Autoren wurden erst 1729 bekannt und sind in Bd. 3 genannt, es handelte sich um Mitglieder der hamburgischen Teutsch-übenden Gesellschaft/Patriotischen Gesellschaft. Zweyte Auflage 502pp, + Register, 474pp, + Register, 476pp + Register. Lederbände der Zeit leicht berieben, sonst gutes Exemplar.

      Hardcover. König, Conrad, Hamburg, 1737/38 - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Laura Ovalles]
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        'Gärtnerbrief', testifying that Johannes Rosenkrantz, son of Claus Rosenkrantz, completed his apprenticeship in the garden of Carl August F. zu Waldeck Pyrmont und Rappolstein, dated 1737, and signed by Johann Andreas Baulithu [or Paulithu?], 'Lustgärtner' von Waldeck Pyrmont.

      Calligraphed text on parchment (35x58 cm), with a tulip and a bulb, and the coat of arms of Waldeck Pyrmont. With remains of the original embroided silk ribbon, framed behind glass.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. VAN DER STEUR]
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        Cogitationes et Dissertationes Theologicae. Quibus Principia Religionis, cum Naturalis, tum Revelatae, adstruuntur & defenduntur, Animique ad Veritatis, Pietatis, & Pacis studium excitantur, Volumen.

      Genf, Barrillot & Filii 1737. 3 volumes in 2 bindings complete, (VI) 523, (4) 355, (VI) 376 p. Contemporary Vellum, 4° (very fine copy).

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        La pecadora arrepentida. Vida, y conversion maravillosa de la V. Maria del santissimo sacramento: llamada : La Quintana.

      En la imprenta de Musica 1737 - - En la imprenta de Musica, En Madrid 1737, In Folio (20,5x30cm), (36) 675pp. (9), relié. - Edition originale, rare. Illustrée d'un beau frontispice de Mathias Yrala. Page de titre en rouge et noir.Plein Parchemin d'époque. Titre à la plume noire, en relief. traces de lacets. Dos noirci.Biographie de la servante de Dieu Marie, morte en 1734, native de Séville et appelée La Quintana. Elle eut une vie de femme mariée avant sa conversion et connut une dure vie de châtiments et de tourments. (36) 675pp. (9) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Histoire des Yncas, Rois du Perou On a joint à cette Edition l'Histoire de la Conquete de la Floride.

      Amsterdam: Jean Frederic Bernard, 1737. - 2 volumes. 4to., (10 x 8 inches). Half-title, sectional title page, 10-page publisher's Advertisement, and engraved vignette above title of Chapter 1 in volume two (occasional spotting throughout). 3 fine folding engraved maps, fine engraved frontispiece in volume one, folding engraved plate, 14 engraved plates (slightly toned). Contemporary brown sheep, the spines in six compartments with five raised bands, gilt lettered in one and decorated in the rest (one or two pale stains and surface abrasions, corners slightly worn). Provenance: Contemporary manuscript ownership inscriptions, blacked out. Later French edition, first published in Lisbon in 1609. With the date misprinted as "MDCCXXVII" (1727) in volume two. WITH 3 VERY FINE ENGRAVED MAPS, including "Carte de la Louisiane et du Cours du Mississippi" by de l'Isle, "Le Cours de Fleuve Missisipi Selon les Relations les plus modernes" by J. F. Bernard, and a map of Peru. The author, known as "the Inca" to distinguish him from the famous poet of the same name, was the son of the Spanish conquistador Sebastian Garcilaso de la Vega, and of Princess Isabel Chimpu Ocllo, the granddaughter of the last Inca emperor. This translation into French contains Garcilaso's two works, "The Incas of Peru" and "The Conquest of Florida," as well as Hennepin's "Discovery of a Country greater than Europe." " Inca Garcilaso also appears to have been an authentic success in France and the Netherlands, where he was continually translated and reedited between 1633 and 1745. The first part of the 'Comentarios reales' appeared in France in 1633 through Jean Baudoin's translation, entitled 'Le commentaire royal, or l'histoire des Yncas, Roys du Perou [ ] Escrite en langue Peruvienne par l'Ynga Garcilasso de la Vega.' A prolific writer and translator, best known for his French version of Francis Bacon's Essays, Baudoin (1564-1650) moved in the literary circles of the French court. In spite of his claim that Garcilaso's work was originally written in the 'Peruvian language' (Quechua), one can give credit to Baudoin for noticing that the 'Comentarios reales' is a recollection of legendary stories, myths, customs, and laws, translated by Inca Garcilaso from the Quechua language. Quechua, as we know, was the language which Inca Garcilaso imbibed with his mother's milk - 'la lengua que mamé en la leche,' as he repeatedly declares. In his dedicated to Prince Louis de Bourbon, Baudoin praises this 'very true history,' which conforms with 'the style and good sense of the author who wrote it.' The Incas, claims Baudoin, not only excelled in their natural knowledge of morals and politics, but also in 'the true institution of the Laws and customs of their Empire.' Their admirable genius 'met that of Plato, in order to form the idea of a perfect government, and to give the highest import to public tranquility.' Baudoin soon followed with his translation of the second part of the 'Comentarios reales,' entitled 'Histoire des guerres civiles Espagnols dans les Indes' (1650). "Both French versions of Garcilaso's histories of Peru experienced tremendous success in early modern France and the Netherlands, where at least twelve editions of 'Le commentaire royal (Histoire des Yncas)' and 'Histoire des guerres civiles des Espagnols' ensued (Paris: 1633, 1650, 1658, 1672; Amsterdam: 1633, 1704, 1706, 1715, 1737, 1744, and 1745). In addition, Garcilaso's 'La Florida del Inca,' which recounts the history of Hernando de Soto's tragic Florida expedition, was also translated into French and other languages in this period. The fervor elicited by Garcilaso's masterpiece resulted in a revised edition of Baudoin's 'Histoire des guerres civiles des espagnols dans les Indes,' published in Amsterdam in 1706. Its editor, Gerald Kuyper affirmed that he had been compelled to reprint Baudoin's translation in response to the incessant demands of the public" (Di Biase, ed., pp. 211-212). The fine engraved frontispiece and some of the plates are

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries]
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        "Badensis in Argovia, Castellum et oppidum, Sedes Habsburgica". Blick von einer Anhöhe über die Limmat auf die Stadt Baden.

      . Kupferstich von Jos. Schmutzer, nach "Johann Heinrich Meyer von Winterthur delin", 1737, 32,5 x 44,5 cm.. Aus: M. Herrgott, "Genealogiae ... Habsburgicae". - Links oben Titelkartusche. Sehr schönes, gut erhaltenes, breitrandiges Blatt mit Mittelbug.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        De Geestelyke Aaron, of Groote Hogepriester over Godts Huis, Jesus Christus. Dat is Verklaring over het zeventiende capittel van het Evangelium van Johannes, of Hogepriesterlyk Gebedt, in XLVIII. Leerredenen. In 't Nederduitsch vertaald, en met een Voorreede verrykt over de Vuurige Tongen op de Apostelen, door Bernhardus Keppel.

      sGravenhage, Ottho en Pieter van Thol 1737. (24) 905 (23) p. Origineel Perkament, 4° (mooi exemplaar).

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        Della Eloquenza Italiana; Libri Tre: Nel Primo Si Spiega L'origine, e Il Processo dell'Italiana Favella, Nel Secondo, Si Tratta Del Suo Ingrandimento Per Le Opere Scritte, Nel Terzo, Si Dispone Una Biblioteca Ordinata D'autori Singolari Nelle Materie

      Venezia (Venice): Appresso Cristoforo Zane, 1737. Vellum. Fine. Michael Sorello. 4to - over 9¾. Book. xxxii + 752 pp., with frontis portrait of Fontanini engraved by Sorello and a second plate of Lorenzo Tiepolo, to whom the work was dedicated (this engraved by A.A. d'Urbino). Also stately headpiece atop first dedication page, smaller decoration at beginning of each of three books and "La Biblioteca". Hybrid work of Italian belle lettres and literature which provides an early history of the Italian language, and an invaluable early summary of the important works of Italian literature up to that time. Fontanini in this included works from all parts of the Italian peninsula, and he a mixture of summary and/or analysis to the works singled out. This copy of this rare work is in fine condition. The contemporary (or near contemporary) vellum bindign has only light soilage. Four raised bands on spine, with brown title/author/date label in one panel in great shape. Tiny separation of les than 1/4 inch at top of rear joint. Pages remarkably clean and fresh, binding tight. Fine.

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        Hortus Cliffortianus.

      Plantas exhibens quas In Hortis tam Vivis quam Siccis, Hartecampi in Hollandia, coluit ... Georgius Clifford ... Reductis Varietatibus ad Species, Speciebus ad Genera, Generibus ad Classes, Adjectis Locis Plantarum natalibus Differentiisque Specierum. Cum tabulis aeneis. Amsterdam 1737. With frontispiece and 36 copperengraved plates, some folded. Folio. [12] + [28] + 501 + [15 pp. Contemporary full mottled calf, rebacked in old style.. In 1736 George Clifford became famous for growing the first indoor banana tree, and for this reason Linnaeus was eager to work with him. Clifford commissioned Linnaeus to create the Hortus Cloffortianus, a catalogue of the plants in his garden and herbarium.Hortus Cliffortianus Introduction page to the Hortus Cliffortianus. In 1736, on a visit to the house of the botanist Johannes Burman (1706-1779), Clifford was introduced to an up-and-coming young Swedish botanist, Carl Linnaeus, who was living and working there. Linnaeus, who was to become one of the most noted natural historians of all time, later visited Clifford's garden and impressed him with his botanical knowledge. Clifford was most keen to employ Linnaeus at the Hartekamp and, with the inducement of a volume of Sir Hans Sloane's 'Natural History of Jamaica', persuaded Burman to let Linnaeus go and join him as his physician and horticulturist. Clifford had a tendency to hypochondria and was no doubt pleased to have a physician on his doorstep. So, in 1735 Linnaeus started his 'dream job' of supervising the hothouses and naming specimens and classifying them according to his own system. During his stay he was to produce an important botanical work which is of value to taxonomists and historians to this day, the Hortus Cliffortianus, in which he described many new species from living and dried specimens in Clifford's possession. The Hortus Cliffortianus contains a number of illustrations by Jan Wandelaar (1690-1759). Its symbolism, including a young Apollo with Linnaeus' features, casting aside the shroud of darkness (ignorance), has been discussed by Callmer & Gertz (1954) and summarised by Stearn (1957: 46-47).Linnaeus arranged the plants according to his own sexual system, classifying them into groups based on the numbers and form of their male and female parts. Each species was allocated to a genus, and given a short phrase-name in Latin, describing the features which served to distinguish one species from another. Linnaeus also included synonyms of earlier authors, distributional information, and sometimes a short description.The significance of these entries lies in the fact that when Linnaeus, 15 years later, introduced the consistent use of binomial nomenclature in his Species Plantarum (1753), he took many of his species concepts direct from the accounts in this work.Consequently, many of his binomial names are based on the specimens contained in the Clifford herbarium, and it contains a great many type specimens for Linnaean names. George Clifford died in 1760 and left the business and property to his sons.The Hortus Cliffortianus is a work of early botanical literature published

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        Thesaurus Zeylanicus exhibens Plantas in Insula Zeylana nascentes; Inter quas plurimae novae species, & genera inveniuntur. Omnia Iconibus illustrata, ac descripta.

      Amstelaedami, apud Janssonio-Waesbergios, & Salomonem Schouten, 1737. 4to (265 x 213 mm). pp. (16), 235, (1), (14), (4), 33, (1), with an engraved portrait of Burmann, by J.M. Quinkhard, engraved by J. Houbraken, and an engraved vignette and 111 fine engraved plates. Contemporary calf, gilt ornamented spine with red gilt lettered label, sides with gilt borders. First edition of the first illustrated flora of Ceylon. "Indeed, Linnaeus, as a guest at the Burman house, had a hand in the perfecting of the 'Thesaurus Zeylanicus' itself" (Hunt 501). The final part is subtitled 'Catalogi duo plantarum Africanorum' and is basically a list of plants collected by Paul Hermann, who had visited the Cape on his way to Ceylon. 'Burman was, especially in his earlier years, a hard worker, and he published on a grand scale. In 1737 he published his 'Thesaurus Zeylanicus', based on collections of plants made in Ceylon by Paulus Hermann and Jan Hartog' (Stafleu, 'Linnaeus and the Linnaeans' p.165). //Johannes Burman (1707-1779), was a Dutch physician and botanist at Amsterdam, friend and correspondent of Linnaeus, and professor of botany. A fine and attractively bound copy, a small number of text leaves with insignificant marginal worming.//Hunt 501; Nissen BBI, 303; Stafleu & Cowan 928.

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        Gespräche in dem Reiche derer Todten. 225. - 240. Entrevue.

      Deer,, Leipzig, 1737 - 16 Teile in 1 Band. Leipzig, Deer, 1737 - 1739. Kl.4°. 1204, 27 unpag. S. Register. Einige Vignetten sowie 16 Titelkupfer. Neuerer Pappband mit marmoriertem Einbandbezug, wohlerhaltener alter Druck, geschmackvoll neu aufgebunden. (s. Foto). Enthält: 2 Entrevuen zwischen dem letzt - verstorbenen regierenden Hertzog von Würtemberg - Stuttgardt Carol. Alexandro und dem letzt - verstorbenen Hertzog von Curland, Ferdinando. 2 Entrevuen zwischen dem Grossen Mogol, Namens Choram und dem Türckischen Groß - Vezier Ibrahim. 2 Entrevuen zwischen dem Römischen Kayser Maximiliano II. und dem letzt - verstorbenen Hertzog zu Sachsen - Gotha, Friderico III. 2 Entrevuen zwischen dem Römischen Kayser Ferdinando III. und dem Hertzog zu Braunschweig und Lüneburg, Ludov. Rudolpho. Entrevue zwischen Zweyen Grossen Printzeßinnen, nemlich Maria von Burgund und der letzt - verstorbenen Königin von Groß - Britannien, Wilhelmina Carolina. 2 Entrevuen zwischen dem Frantzösischen Marschall Duc de Grammont und dem Kayserlichen General - Feldmarschall Grafen Guido von Stahremberg. Entrevue zwischen zweyen Cardinaelen, nemlich: dem Cardinal Radziejowsky und dem Cardinal von Fürstenberg. Entrevue zwischen dem ehemaligen Fürsten in Siebenbürgen, Georgio Ragoczy II. und dem tapffern Kayserlichen General - Feld - Zeugmeister, Gottfried Ernst von Wutgenau. Entrevue zwischen dem unruhigen Churfürsten zu Trier, Philippo Christophoro und dem Hertzog von Lothringen, Carolo III. 2 Entrevuen zwischen dem Ungarischen Grafen Emerico Toeckoely und dem Sultan Eschref. Sprache: ger/deu wohlerhaltener alter Druck, geschmackvoll neu aufgebunden. (s. Foto). Neuerer Pappband mit marmoriertem Einbandbezug, [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opera. [Ed. Giovanni Francesco Madrisio].

      Venedig, Pitteri, 1737. - (8), LX, 303, (1) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit gest. Titelvignette, 3 gest. Tafeln (davon 1 gefaltet) und 2 gest. Kopfstücken. Pergamentband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. Folio (280:386 mm). Hübsch gedruckte venezianische Werkausgabe des Patriarchen Paulinus von Aquileia (gest. 802), ein Mitglied des Künstler- und Gelehrtenkreises um Karl den Großen, dessen "Leistungen die sog. 'karolingische Renaissance' begründeten. Besonders mit dem Angelsachsen Alkuin, dem Leiter der Hofschule, verband ihn eine lebenslange Freundschaft [.] Karl erhob Paulinus 787 zum Patriarchen von Aquileja. Auch aus diesem Amt heraus nahm er aktiven Anteil an den wissenschaftlichen und theologischen Auseinandersetzungen seiner Zeit. Zu nennen sind vor allem seine Beiträge zum Adoptianismus-Streit, zur Formulierung des Glaubensbekenntnisses und zur Heidenmission" (Bautz, BBKL VII, 25f.). - Titel mit kl. Knickfalte; die große Tafel mit kl. Einriß. Zu Beginn kl. Wurmspur im breiten w. Rand; insgesamt sauberes, wohlerhaltenes Exemplar. OCLC 185170070. Vgl. LThK VIII, 21.

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        Entdeckter Jüdischer Baldober, Oder Sachsen-Coburgische Acta Criminalia Wider eine Jüdische Diebs- und Rauber-Bande/ Worinnen Zu jedermänniglicher Wahrnehmung/ vor die Jüdische Nachstellungen sich hüten zu lernen, Besonders aber Zum nützlichen Gebrauch Derer Criminal-Gerichte, Viele ... Bosheiten und Diebs-Streiche, des Jüdischen Volcks, deutlich geoffenbaret, Und zum Behuff künfftiger Inquisitions-Processe, Mit practischen Anmerckungen erläutert werden

      Coburg, Steinmarck 1737.. Mit gest. Frontispiz und 2 gest. Portraittafeln. 7 Bll., 591 S. Lederband im Stil d. Zt. Leo Baeck Inst. I. A 682; Lipenius I, 362; Wagner, Litteratur der Gauner- und Geheimsprachen 24; Huelke-E. 550; Ave-Lallement I, 232. - Seltene erste Ausgabe des Berichts über den Prozeß gegen eine Gaunerbande unter Führung des "Baldobers" Mendel Carben und des "Erzdiebes" Hoyun Moyses. Mit detaillierter Schilderung der Verhöre und Untaten. Die Portraits zeigen die Verbrecher in Ketten. Wichtig auch für die Geschichte des Jiddischen. - Frontispiz mit kleiner Randläsur. Gebräunt. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Verhandlung der Venus-Seuche und deren Genesung. Aus dem Lateinischen ins Teusche übersetzet und mit einer Vorrede vermehret duch Johanem Timmium, Bremensem M.D. und Practicum.

      . Bremen, Bey Nathanael Saurmann, gedruckt bey Hermann Christoph Jani, des Gymnasii Buchdr., 1737, Kl.8°, (11 Bl.), 334 (i.e. 234) pp., Titelbl. in Rot- u. Schwarzdruck, im schönen alten Pappband mit feinem Rückenschildchen und Rückenvergold.. Seltene erste Deutsche Ausgabe übersetzt von dem Bremer Arzt Johann Timme (1690-1738). - Hermann Boerhaave (31.12.1668-23.09.1738), "der weltberühmte Professor zu Leyden, las nacheinander über Methodologie, Physiologie, allgmeiene und specielle Pathollogie, chirurgie, Ophthalmologie, Arzneimittellehrem Chemie, Botanik und, eingehender als es zu seiner Zeit an den Universitäten üblich war, über die venerischen Krankheiten, und zwar vor einem Auditorium, welches sich aus aller Herren Länden um den gefeierten Arzt versammelte. Er hatte sich mehr als vier Jahrzehnte mit der Heilung dieser Krankheiten beschäftig." - Der "Tractatus medicus de lue venerea", ein umfangreicher Kommentar zur berühmten Schrift des Lusinus "De morbo gallico" (Venedig 1567), war 1728 in Leiden erschienen, wiederum herausgegeben von Boerhaaves Schülern. La Mettrie übersetzte ihn ins Französische und publizierte 1735 begleitend eine Abhandlung "Sur l'origine, la nature, et la cure de les maladies veneriennes". Eine erste deutsche Ausgabe erschien 1737 in Bremen, übersetzt und mit Vorrede von J. Timmius. In dieser Übersetzung waren die Thesen von Julien Offray de la Mettrie (25. 12.1709-11.11.1751) eingearbeitet. - La Mettie ein Schüler Boerhaave's, besser bekannt als Philosoph, Wortführer des Materialismus und Günstling Friedrich des Großen, zeigt sich "ziemlich belesen" .. " und im "Allgemeinen stimmt La Mettrie mit den Theorien seines Lehrers überein." Proksch - Lindeboom Nr.368

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        Opera omnia ex Jani Cornarii versione una cum Jo. Marinelli commentariis ac Petri Matthaei Pini indice. 3 in 2 Bdn.

      . Venetiis, ex Typographia Radiciana; Veneunt apud Christophorum Zane, 1737-39, Folio (355 x 244 mm), (70), 516; (4), 376; (12), 506 pp., 1 Portrait, 2 Pergamenteinbände der Zeit.. "Schöne Ausgabe in 3 Bänden, im ersten Janus Conarius Uebersetzung, im zweiten Marinelli's Commentar, im dritten des Pinius Index". Wurde dann später auch in die Haller'sche Sammlung aufgenommen." Choulant, p.25. - Cat. Wellcome Medical Library",III, p. 269 - Celli "Bibl. Hipocratica",2841 - Choix de Olschki,VII,8862: "Belle edition" - Brunet,III,172: "La version latine d'Hippocrate de Cornarius qui parut pour la premiere fois a' Bale, chez Froben, en 1546, a efface' celle de Fabius Calvus. La presse l'a souvent reproduite en differents formats.. mais la meilleures est celle de Venise, 1737-39 avec l'excellent index de P.M. Pinus".

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        Il tempio di Salomone materiale e mistico ovvero varie notizie Di tutto ciò, ch'appartiene al Tempio in fenfo letterale, applicate in fenfo morale al tempio mistico, sacerdotale, Ed il calcolo della fpefa per la Fabrica, ed utensili del Tempio. Opera utile, e dilettevole, non folamente per ogni Ecclesiastico, ma ancora per ogni Studiofo di Sagra Scrittura. Parte prima - Parte seconda In cui si tratta delle Fefte, e Digiuni degli Ebrei, dell'Anno Sabbatico, e Giubileo Mofaico dedicata all'eminentiss., e reverendiss. Prencipe Annibale Cardinale San Clemente Vefcovo di Sabina, e Camerlengo di S. Chiesa, dal P. Giuseppe Maria Paganucci della compagnia di Gesù. Coll'indice al fine delle cose più notabili contenute nella prima e seconda parte.

      Nella Stamperia di S. Michele, per Girolamo Mainardi, 1737 - In Roma (Rome), Nella Stamperia di S. Michele, per Girolamo Mainardi, 1737-1738. 2 vol. in 4 de VIII-414-[2 (errata, corrige)]pp., VIII-358-[2 (errata, corrige)]pp., reliures en plein vélin rigide de l'époque, dos lisses, titre doré encadré d'un filet et d'une roulette d'encadrement, salissures et taches sur les plats, notamment sur les bordures inférieures et latérales des plats supérieurs, coins frottés, coins supérieur du premier plat du premier volume et coin inférieur du second plat du deuxième volume légèrement émoussés, lettrines historiées, gravures en bandeau, petites mouillures brunes dans les marges de quelques feuillets sans gravité, quelques brunitures mais intérieur frais, ex-libris manuscrit à l'encre noire de l'époque sur chaque page de titre, index manuscrit à l'encre noire de l'époque sur l'avant dernière page du premier volume, tranches mouchetées en rouge et en beige, bon et bel exemplaire. 0.0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Chateau d'Ogle qui fut a Monseigneur le Baron d'Ogle (le quel fut fait Baron par Edouard quatrienne Roi d'Angleterre) Grand-pere de Monseigneur le Marquis. Le quel Chateau est dans la province de Northumberland et apresent a Monseigneur le Marquis. 40

      London: Methode et invention nouvelle de dresser Les Chevaux. 1737. - Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Size: 51 x 38.5 cm. (20 x 15 inches). Framed size: 76 x 66 cm. This striking print shows the Duke of Newcastle galloping past his home at Bolsover Castle. The print is from the 1737 English edition of Cavendish's exposition on the theory and practice of equestrian dressage. La Methode et Invention Nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux, was first published in 1657 in Antwerp. William Cavendish, The Duke of Newcastle, lost his fortune and title after the Battle of Marston Moor and went into exile on the continent. Whilst in Paris, he purchased eight Barbary horses, set up a manege and developed his own training methods. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Catholick Christian Instructed

      London: Printed in the Year, 1737. In the Sacraments, Sacrifice, Ceremonies, and Observances of the Church. By Way of Question and Answer. By R ..... C ........ Duodecimo (166 × 98 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, double gilt rules, unlettered. Extremities a little worn, front joint cracked at foot but held firm by cords, text clean, a very good copy. First edition of this Catholic catechism. Challoner (1691–1781) was eventually vicar apostolic to the London district; he published a wide variety of religious works; in Cardinal Wiseman's words, "supplied, in fact, almost the entire range of necessary or useful religious literature for his Catholic fellow-countrymen". His career spanned a period when Catholicism was mostly not persecuted in England, though he was to die of a stroke in the immediate aftermath of the Gordon riots. In the preface he attacks Conyers Middleton's argument in his Letter from Rome (1729) that popery was a revival of paganism.

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        CLAVIS DIPLOMATICA

      - ABC. (EARLY LATIN) CLAVIS DIPLOMATICA Tradens Specimina Veterum Scripturarum, Nimirum Alphabeta Varia, Compendia Scribendi Medii Aevi, Notariorum Veterum Signa Nonnulla Curiosa, Una Cum Alphabeto Instrumenti Et Abbreviaturis, Singula Tabulis Aeneis Exhibita: Qvibus Praemittuntur Introductiones Necessariae, Subiiciuntur Scriptores Rei Diplomaticae Aliaqve Ad Lectionem Et Intelligentiam Veterum Codicum, Chartarum Et Diplomatum Facientia, Variis Annotationibus Historico-Literariis Hinc Inde Additis studio et opera Danielis Eberhardi Baringii. Hanoverae: Symptibus B. Nic Fusteri et filii, 1737. 4to, marbled boards, rebacked with later spine and enpapers, few minor edge tears, VG. Illustrated with 3 groups of plates, several fold-out and many with illustrations. "Alphabeta varia." (Tabula alphabetica I-VI); "Compendia" scribendi medii aev (plates 1-8); "Notariorum veterum signa" (8 pl., not numbered). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        pl. 19 The Bean

      An exquisitly detailed hand colored botanical engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her book"A Curious Herbal Containing Five Hundred Cuts of the Most Useful Plants Which are Now Used in the Practice of Physick", which was published in London in 1737-39. Overal this print measures 11.25"x18". In 1737, Elizabeth produced a delightful volume, A Curious Herbal, containing many decorative plates of various plants. Such herbals, illustrating and describing plants for their alleged medicinal powers, were the medical books of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The story of Blackwell?s book is particularly interesting.Talented and fiercely independent women seem to have flourished in the field of botanical illustration. Mrs. Blackwell - apparently neither an artist nor a botanist - was suddenly faced with the problem of obtaining her doctor husband?s release from a debtor?s prison, where he was languishing after an abortive foray into the printing business. On the advice of Sir Hans Sloane, the famous London Physician and patron of naturalists, who had told her that a herbal of medicinal plants was needed, the resourceful lady set herself up in lodgings near the Chelsea Physic Garden , founded by the Society of Apothecaries on a piece of land donated by Sloane, and proceeded to make drawings of the appropriate plants. The result of her initiative and labors was A Curious Herbal, with 500 hand-colored copperplate engravings. The indirect result was Dr. Alexander Blackwell?s release from prison. Her efforts on his behalf certainly seem worthwhile today to anyone looking at A Curious Herbal.    Overall this print is in good condition with some foxing/staining/creasing along margins. Some darker staining behind image.

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        DIARIO DE LOS LITERATOS DE ESPAÑA

      1737 - Materia: Libro antiguoreferente aautoresen la literatura española. Publicación: En Madrid : por Antonio Marín, 1737 - 42. Descripción fisica: 8º menor (14,5 cm.) 7 vols. [40], 360, [4] p., [1] h. pleg. = [16], 388, [4] p. = [16], 414, [2] p. = [4], 384, [2] p. = [40], 358, [1], [1] p. = [4], XLIV, 350, [8], [2] p. en bl. = [40], 403, [3] p. Encuadernación plena piel de época con nervios y dorados en el lomo.Tomo 2 Encuadernado en pergamino época. Conservación: Muy buen estado en general, leves puntos de oxido en algunas hojas y encuadernación del tomo II distinta al resto. Notas: Estos 7 tomos fueron impresos por Antonio Marín, Antonio Sanz y la Imprenta Real. Los redactores habituales eran Francisco Manuel de Huerta y Vega, Juan Martínez Salafranca, y Leopoldo Jerónimo Puig. Las criticas de estos son académicas, pero la descripción bibliografica de los libros esta bien. Esta publicación provocó gran número de impugnaciones y escritos polémicos. Otros datos: Publicación:/ [compuesto por el Doct. Don Francisco Manuel de Huerta, Don Juan Martínez Salafranca, y Don Leopoldo Geronimo Puig] Palau; 71841. BSS1 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Charles le Second: Roy de la Grande Bretagne

      London: , 1737. Pl 5. Size: 460 × 560 mm. Copperplate engraving. Fine condition. This very handsome print of King Charles II, astride his mount, attended by numerous angels and cherubs, is from the 1737 English edition of Cavendish's exposition on the theory and practice of equestrian dressage. La Methode et Invention Nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux, was first published in 1657 in Antwerp. William Cavendish, The Duke of Newcastle, lost his fortune and title after the Battle of Marston Moor and went into exile on the continent.

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        Storia di Francia in compendio dallo stabilimento della Monarchia Francese nelle Gallie, sino a tempi nostri. Traduzione dal francese del padre Alessandro Pompeo Berti della Congregazione della Madre di Dio.

      Pezzana,, In Venezia, 1737 - Tre volumi di cm. 24 pp. (12) xl, 740 (28); (4) 756 (48); (4) 506 (72). Bell'antiporta allegorica incisa in rame al primo volume (Orsolini), primo frontespizio in rosso e nero, fregi e capolettera decorati. Legatura strettamente coeva in cart. alla rustica con nervi passanti. Solo il dorso del terzo volume disunito, peraltro esemplare frescho, marginoso ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Prima ed unica traduzione italiana, assai rara. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Museum Etruscum exhibens insignia veterum Etruscorum monumenta [.].

      Florence, Albizini, 1737. - Folio (275 x 373 mm). Vols. 1 & 2 (of 3). LXVIII pp. (2), XLII, 471 pp. With 2 engr. title vignettes, 9 engr. head- and 6 engr. tailpieces, 9 engr. initials, a full-page engraving in the text, and 201 engr. plates (some folding). Contemp. vellum with giltstamped title to spine. "Cet important ouvrage est resté la base et la source principale des recherches sur l'antique Etrurie" (Vinet). "Gori a eu la plus heureuse influence sur le développement de la science archéologique, d'abord en rassemblant des quantités de matériaux disséminés et accessibles au public, et ensuite en les expliquant avec beaucoup de bonheur" (Hoefer). A third volume was issued in 1743. - Slight tear to final leaf of vol. 2; front pastedown flyleaf shows clipped ownership; some waterstaining to last plates. A good, clean copy. Borroni 12213. Cicognara 2584. Brunet II, 1670. Graesse III, 120. Ebert 8701. Pollen 704. Vinet 1672. Hoefer XXI, 295.

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        Der Wahre, Römisch-Catolische Saltzburger, Das ist: Catholische Außlegung Aller Epistlen und Evangelien Deß gantzen Jahrs, worinn die wahre, Catholische sowohl Glaubens- als Sitten-Lehr auß Göttlich-heiliger Schrift, allgemeinen heiligen Concilien, und uralten heiligen Vättern klar und gründlich bewisen und erkläret wird; zu einem höchst-nutzlichen Unterricht, und absonderlicher Trost aller ihres Seelen-Heyls beflissenen Christen, sonderbar aber der Saltzburgischen Unterthanen in dem Gebürg. Anderter (2.) Theil. Salzburg, J. J. Mayr 1745. Gr. 8°. 12Bll. 894S.19Bll. blindgepr. Schweinsldrbd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Schließen.

      - Florey in Mitteilungen der Gesellschaft für Salzburger Landeskunde, Bd.133, S261ff.: ?Eine der wesentlichsten Ursachen dafür, daß sich die Lehre Luthers im Erzstift Salzburg, und nicht nur in ihm so rasch verbreiten und in Stadt und Land Anhänger finden konnte, war das fast völlige Fehlen einer leicht verständlichen katholischen Literatur in deutscher Sprache. Um eine weitere Verbreitung lutherischer Gedanken durch zurückgebliebene Geheimprotestanten oder durch heimliches Lesen der verbotenen Literatur zu verhindern, schien es geboten, eine volkstümliche katholische Literatur zu schaffen. Sie sollte ihre Leser im Glauben stärken und zugleich die lutherische Lehre widerlegen. Deshalb beauftragte schon bald nach der Vertreibung der Protestanten Erzbischof Firmian selbst den Priester Guilielm Christoph Weissenbacher mit der Abfassung eines solchen Werks. Weissenbacher war ein ebenso belesener wie theologisch gebildeter Priester, der sich als volkstümlicher Prediger bereits einen Namen gemacht hatte.1737 erschien schon der erste Band der von ihm verfaßten Schrift in Druck. Acht Jahre später, 1745, folgte der zweite Band. Ganz gewiß hat Weissenbachers Werk ein gut Teil dazu beigetragen, die Glaubenseinheit im Erzbistum wiederherzustellen.?- Tls. etw. braunfleckig, Innendeckel mit Exlibris, Schließen defekt, Ebd. fleckig u. berieben.

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