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        Constitutiones synodales Sabinae dioecesis editae ab Hannibale cardinale S. Clementis episcopo Sabinorum s.r.e. Camerario, anno domini 1736. Cum Appendice antiquarum synodorum, & variorum monimentorum ejusdem dioecesis quotquot hactenus reperiri potuerunt

      Ex Typ. Ven. Cappellae SS. Sacramenti, apud Hier. Mainardum,, Urbini, 1737 - Cm. 33, pp. (28) 115 (1) 372. Primo frontespizio in rosso e nero con bella vignetta centrale incisa in rame, da p. 219 , la seconda parte è preceduta da un frontespizio anch'esso contenente una grande vignetta incisa. Il testo è inoltre abbellito da testate e grandi capolettera elegantemente incisi un rame. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli in oro su tassello al dorso. Tagli colorati. Bell'esemplare, fresco e genuino. Un timbro ex libris al verso del frontespizio (R.D.E. Gelin). Edizione originale ed unica, piuttosto rara. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Projet de taille tarifée.

      Chez Jean Daniel Beman 1737 - - Chez Jean Daniel Beman, A Rotterdam 1737, petit in-8 (9,5x15,5cm), (1p. tit.) 338pp. 96pp., relié. - Deuxième édition en partie originale, rare. L&#39 originale a paru à Paris en 1723, l&#39 auteur insatisfait de son travail proposa cette seconde édition revue et augmentée d&#39 une seconde partie, Suplémant au projet de taille tarifée, dans laquelle il répond aux objections de ses détracteurs. Pleine basane brune mouchetée de l&#39 époque. Dos à cinq nerfs richement orné de caissons et fleurons dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin blond. Roulettes dorées sur les coupes et les coiffes. Toutes tranches mouchetées rouges. Coiffe de tête élimée, premier nerf très légèrement apparent à la jointure, un petit travail de vers affectant le dernier caisson ainsi que le mors de queue du plat inférieur. Important ouvrage dans lequel l&#39 auteur expose l&#39 idée novatrice d&#39 un système fiscal censé à la fois endiguer la mendicité et enrichir l&#39 Etat et les particuliers. Les théories développées par Castel dans ce texte constituent une première approche des solutions qui seront mises en oeuvres par les physiocrates sous le ministère Turgot. L&#39 orthographe du volume est très surprenante : elle reflète les conceptions révolutionnaires de l&#39 abbé qui souhaitait réformer phonétiquement l&#39 orthographe française. (1p. tit.) 338pp. 96pp. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Characteristicks of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times. In Three Volumes. The Sixth Edition, Corrected. With the Addition of a Letter concerning Design.

      3 vols, 8vo, large and thick paper, eng. port., [4], iv, 364 pp 443 pp, [4], 410, [54] pp, portrait, title vignettes and headpieces finely engraved by Simon Gribelin, an eighteenth century ms. notice pasted inside the cover of volume 1 reads "Mary Countess Dowr. of Shaftesbury's Books brought from Her House in Grosvenor Square 1772. Characteristicks. 3 Vols. Uniformly bound in Blue Morocco.", bound in contemporary dark blue morocco, the covers with broad roll borders showing ten different insects, including a snail, and edged with a sawtooth roll, each cover with a large central lozenge composed of tulips, acorns, leaves, circles, dots and stars, those on vols 1 and 3 identical, that on vol 2 subtly different, spines with six raised bands fully gilt, titles and volume numbers applied direct to spine in 2 compartments, the tooling on vol 2 differing slightly, spines slightly faded, otherwise a very fine set.

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        The philosophical works of Francis Bacon, (3 volume set)

      Printed for D. Midwinter, A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch, J. and J. Pemberton, C. Ware, C. Rivington, J. and P. Knapton, J. Batley and J. Wood, T. Longman, F. Clay, A. Ward, and R. Hett 1737 - 3 volume set. 28 cm. 4to. Pleasing to the eye and to the touch. A lovely set. See our pictures. Full contemporary leather binding. 5 raised bands with gilt inlay. New gold and red leather spine labels. Fine bindings and cover. Vol. 1: [2], v, [1], iii-lxxix, [1], 603, [1] p.; v. 2: [52], 590 p.; v. 3: lxx, [2], 632, [58] p. Marginal damp stain to first 2-3 pages. v. I. De augmentis scientiarium. The new Atlantis. A specimen of the history of Great Britain. The lives or civil characters. Select speeches. Select letters. A collection of apophthegms. De sapientia veterum --v. II. A specimen of Persian magic. A specimen of animated astronomy. A short scientifical critique on the works of the more eminent philosophers. Interiora rerum. A discourse of war. The prudent statesman. A proposal for a new digest of the laws of England. A history of the nature, use and proceedings of the laws of England. Characteristics of a believing Christian. An attempt to promote the peace of the church. Novum organum scientiarum --v. III. Sylva sylvarum. Scala intellectus. A delineation of the particular history of life and death. A draught for the particular history of wind. A plan for the particular history of condensation and rarefaction in natural bodies. Philosophia prima. An essay towards a scientifical history of natural philosophy. Physical essays upon different subjects. Reference: Gibson 250. Lowndes 93 (1733 ed) Contains The New Atlantis, Novum Organum, etc. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ATLAS HISTORIQUE, or Novelle Introduction a l'Histoire, a la Chronologie & a la Geographie Ancienne & Moderne;

      Amsterdam.: Zacherie Chatelain,. 1737. hb. Tall folio. . Zacherie Chatelain (d.1723) was the father of Henri Abraham (1684-1743) and Zacherie Junior (1690-1754). They worked as a partnership publishing this atlas under several different Chatelain imprints, depending on the Chatelain family partnerships at the time of publication. The original atlas was published in seven volumes between 1705 and 1720, with a second edition appearing in 1732. The maps were accompanied by information pertaining to cosmography, geography, history, chronology, genealogy, topography, heraldry, and costume of the world. The maps in the Atlas Historique were based on those of the French cartographer Guillaume De L'Isle, but were presented by the Chatelains in an encyclopedic format. The text is in French and is printed in two columns on the page with maps and other illustrations interspersed. Each map and table is numbered consecutively (see MapHist dot com). Our offering is described as "Tome II, Seconde Partie, ou Tome III" of the "Nouvelle Edition" which has been "Revue, corrigee, & considerablement augumentee". It covers Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland, Savoy, Lorraine, and the Republic of Venice. It contains 36 folding maps, genealogical tables or charts. The binding is full contemporary calf, with seven raised bands and the spine ornamented in gilt. The binding shows minor wear but is otherwise strong and the contents are in remarkable condition. There is an elaborate engraved plate preceding the formal title page (printed in red and black). .

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        ATLAS HISTORIQUE, or Novelle Introduction a l'Histoire, a la Chronologie & a la Geographie Ancienne & Moderne;

      Zacherie Chatelain,, Amsterdam. 1737 - Tall folio. Zacherie Chatelain (d.1723) was the father of Henri Abraham (1684-1743) and Zacherie Junior (1690-1754). They worked as a partnership publishing this atlas under several different Chatelain imprints, depending on the Chatelain family partnerships at the time of publication. The original atlas was published in seven volumes between 1705 and 1720, with a second edition appearing in 1732. The maps were accompanied by information pertaining to cosmography, geography, history, chronology, genealogy, topography, heraldry, and costume of the world. The maps in the Atlas Historique were based on those of the French cartographer Guillaume De L'Isle, but were presented by the Chatelains in an encyclopedic format. The text is in French and is printed in two columns on the page with maps and other illustrations interspersed. Each map and table is numbered consecutively (see MapHist dot com). Our offering is described as "Tome II, Seconde Partie, ou Tome III" of the "Nouvelle Edition" which has been "Revue, corrigee, & considerablement augumentee". It covers Great Britain, Ireland, Switzerland, Savoy, Lorraine, and the Republic of Venice. It contains 36 folding maps, genealogical tables or charts. The binding is full contemporary calf, with seven raised bands and the spine ornamented in gilt. The binding shows minor wear but is otherwise strong and the contents are in remarkable condition. There is an elaborate engraved plate preceding the formal title page (printed in red and black). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Discours sur les Ancres

      Paris: Imprimerie Royale,, 1737. Piéce qui a remporté le premier Prix proposés par l'Académie Royale des Sciences pour l'année 1737. Quarto (246 × 190 mm). Contemporary spotted calf, neatly rebacked to style, red morocco label, floral tools gilt to the compartments, French fillet panel gilt to the boards, double fillet edge-roll, marbled edges and endpapers. 24 folding engraved plates. A little rubbed, light browning, but a very good copy. First edition. Extremely uncommon, OCLC locates just two copies: Swiss National Library and the Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon. Bernoulli's paper was the winner of a competition set by the Académie Royale des Sciences to answer the question of what was the best possible shape for anchors. The volume also contains the second prize-winner, Tresaguet's "Memoire sur la Fabrique des Ancres", and the joint third place essays, Bernoulli's son Daniel's "Réfléxions sur la Meillure Figure a donner aux Ancres …", and le Marquis Poleni's "Dissertations Latines sur les Ancres …" Interesting and well-illustrated collection of papers exemplifying the French state's efforts to rationalize ship design and production during the later seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. The feuding Swiss Bernoulli scientific dynasty were important contributors to a number of key areas of research, Johann or Jean made significant advances towards the development of calculus, while his son Daniel is particularly remembered for his applications of mathematics to mechanics, especially fluid mechanics, and for his pioneering work in probability and statistics.

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        Manifiesto canonico legal del absoluto y libre derecho del Rey a la Percepcion de las vacantes mayores, y menores de las Iglesias de Indias y su conversion en qualesquiera usos convenientes al Estado

      Revenues from the Americas. 1737. Madrid. Diego Miguel de Peralta. In folio (288 mm x 200 mm). 1 [blank] + 1 ff. + 89 ff. 1 [blank]. Later paper wrappers. Very good copy, with only minor traces of damp.First edition. A rare treatise not found in Sabin; vindicates the royal right of the Spanish Crown to the revenues accruing from the vacancies of Churches in the Americas. There is very little information about Hontalva y Arce, who wrote consistently on the subject; he was also author of a similar work, the Alegaciones sobre el derecho que tienen de acrecer en las vacantes los prebendados de la metropolitan de Mexico y los de sus sufrageneas, printed in Mexico. Several ecclesiastical and civil authorities discussed the subject at length; it´s importance for either institution´s treasuries was critical.Palau, 116005. Medina, BHA, 3074. Not in Sabin.

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        Vita di Piero Soderini Gonfaloniere

      Manfré nella Stamperia del Seminario 1737 Vita di Piero Soderini Gonfaloniere perpetuo della Repubblica Fiorentina scritta dall' Abbate D. Silvano Razzi monaco Camaldolese. Padova, Manfré nella Stamperia del Seminario, 1737. In - 4°, bellissima e pregiata legatura in piena pelle coeva, ricchissima di fregi floreali sui piatti e molte cornici dorate, dorso a sei nervi con fregi e titolo in oro tegli dorati. 1 f. bianco, 6 tavole in antiporta, (xvi), 312, (1), 1 tavola in fine, 1 f. bianco. Nelle tavole in antiporta vi sono due ritratti, uno di Petrus Soderinus e l' altro di Franc Soderinus Card. Episc. Volterranensis. Con numerose magnifiche testatine e finaletti magistralmente illustrati da Girolamo Odam, e dell'incisore, Paolo Pilaiae. Molto raro. Scheda provvisoria.

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      London, printed for T. Read, 1737.Containing, Rules, Directions, and Observations, for their Conduct and Behaviour through all Ages and Circumstances of Life, as virgins, wives, or widows. With Directions, how to obtain all Useful and Fashionable Accomplishments suitable to the sex. In which are comprised all Parts of Good Housewifry, particularly Rules and Receipts in every Kind of Cookery. 1. Making all Sorts of Soops and Sauces. 2. Dressing Flesh, Fish, and Fowl; this last illustrated with Cuts, shewing how every Fowl, Wild or Tame, is to be trust for the Spit: Likewise all other Kind of Game. 3. Making above 40 different Sorts of Puddings. 4. The whole Art of Pastry in making Pies, Tarts, and Pasties. 5. Receipts for all Manner of Pickling, Collaring, &c. 6. For Preserving, making Creams, Jellies, and all Manner of Confectionary. 7. Rules and Directions for setting out Dinners, Suppers, and Grand Entertainments. To which is added, Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year, curiously engraven on Copper Plates, with the Forms of Tables and Dishes, and the Shapes of Pies, Tarts, and Pasties. With Instructions for Marketing. Also Rules and Receipts for making all the choicest Cordials for the Closet: Brewing Beers, Ales, &c. Making all Sorts of English Wines, Cyder, Mum, Mead, Metheglin, Vinegar, Verjuice, Catchup, &c. With some fine Perfumes, Pomatums, Cosmeticks and other Beautifiers. FIRST EDITION, 1737. Thick 4to, approximately 185 x 145 mm, 7¼ x 5¾ inches, 39 illustrations, pages: Title page, iv, 3 - 694, last page blank, some mispagination, pages 33 - 40, 207, 529 - 540 and 687 misnumbered 41 - 48, 407, 527 - 538 and 487 also pages following page 653 numbered 664 - 694, this is the same in all copies, see ESTC T27551 with same mispagination, LACKS PAGES 217 - 240 AND PAGES 529 - 540, otherwise complete, bound in half old calf, marbled boards. Binding worn, crack to spine, covers rubbed and worn, corners worn, but binding still tight and firm, pale browning and foxing throughout, title page and endpapers slightly frayed at edges, occasional small closed tear to margins, otherwise a good copy (lacking pages as noted). See: Oxford, English Cookery Books to the Year 1850, pages 69 - 70; Virginia Maclean, A Short - title Catalogue of Household and Cookery Books, 1701 - 1800, pages 150 - 51. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Lapponia Russica cum adjacentibus Regionibus.

      1737 - St Petersburg: the Academy of Sciences, 1737.507 x 575mm. Mint condition Russian Lapland, marking Archangel, from the 'Atlas Russicus', the first atlas of Russia, compiled with the aid of the Frenchman Joseph-Nicolas de L'Isle, who found the St Petersburg Academy of Sciences.

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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Venetiis. 1737. 527 pag. Bello ejemplar. 14x8. Ref 13 Biblioteca A.

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      . Zustand: Excelente Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Madrid. 370pag + 33h, indice. 31x21,5. Insertos sus reales privilegios, aprovadas,y confirmadas por el Rey nuestro senor D.Felipe Quinto 1737. pequeno orificio de polilla primeras paginas sin afectar al texto(FOTO).

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        Kst.- Karte, bei Felsecker Erben, "Neu eröffnetes Kriegs Theatrvm in Ungarn, Ruszland und der Türckey, worinnen alle Provintzien, wie Sie an das Türkische Reich angräntzen zu ersehen sindt. Nürnberg bey Adam Ionathan Felßeckers Sel Erben A. 1737".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, dat. 1737, 35 x 49,5. Not in Zacharakis ( he only knows a later edition from 1830, see number 2507 ). Zacharakis, Nr. 2507 kennt nur die spätere Datierung. - Sehr seltene Einblattdruckkarte! ( Very rare singleprint ). Unten links die Titelkartusche, rechts unten sowie rechts oben Erklärungen. - Zeigt im Nordwesten noch Wien, im Nordosten Moskau, im Südosten Bagdad, im Südwesten die ägyptische Mittelmeerküste.

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        La Poética, o reglas de la Poesía en general, y de sus principales especies.

      - Zaragoza, Francisco Revilla, 1737, 27,5 x 19 cm., pergamino moderno a la romana con el título rotulado en lomo, 14 h. + 503 págs. ("Primera edición dirigida por su propio autor. Luzán se educó en Nápoles y en Palermo de 1715 a 1733, acumulando inmenso caudal de conocimientos. Sabía multitud de lenguas, y hablaba y escribía con facilidad el latín, italiano, inglés y alemán. Todas las literaturas de su tiempo le eran familiares. Naturalmente, todo este sólido saber se refleja en la Poética" Palau. La Poética de Luzán está considerada un clásico y es una de las obras más importantes de literatura de la primera mitad del siglo XVIII).

      [Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos]
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        Ã–ffentliche und privat Rechts-Gutachten, und ausgesuchte Erkenntnisse, des bürgerlichen Rechts, nebst vorausgeschickter wissenschaftlicher Zusammenstellung der darin und in den Erkenntnissen dieses Fachs, angewendeten Grundsätze, nach Ordnung der Pandekten. 2 Bde. in einem Band. Leipzig, Weygand 1792. 4°. 2 Bl., 416 S.; 1 Bl., 394 S., mit 1 gest. Titelporträt, Pbd. d. Zt. mit Rsch.

      . . ADB XVII, 197f. (zum Verfasser) - Enslin 480.- Erste Ausgabe, selten.- Letztes grosses Zivilrechtslehrbuch des 18. Jahrhunderts, verfasst von dem Professor der Rechte an der Universität Halle, E. C. Westphal (1737-1792). Er erwarb sich Verdienste "um das Quellenstudium und um die Form der Monographie sowie um die Benutzung der deutschen Sprache für solche Arbeiten" (ADB XLII, 198).- Innendeckel mit Exlibris, tls. leicht braunfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben u. bestoßen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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        Grund=Riss der Königl. Preuss. Residentz Berlin. Welche enthält die Städte A. Berlin. B. Cölln. C. Fridr. Werder. D. Neu- Stadt. E. Friederich - Stadt. F. Cöllnische Vorstadt. G. Berliner Vorstadt vorm Königs Thor und Stralauer Thor. H. Vorstadt vorm Spandauer Thor..

      . Kupferstich v. G.P. Busch n. J. Fr. Walter b. J. P. Schmidt, dat. 1737, 49,8 x 63,5. Nicht bei Clauswitz/Zögner; Schulz, Die ältesten Stadtpläne Berlins, Nr. 52 und S. 110 m. Abb.; Ernst, J.F. Walter, Nr. 7 und Abb. - Sehr seltener Plan, hier im 2. Zustand. Dazu Schulz auf S. 111 "Neben dem ersten Zustand, ... gibt es eine zweite Auflage. Auch sie ist heute rar und unterscheidet sich zunächst von der ersten Ausgabe im Bereich der Koch- und Zimmerstraße". Ders. "..noch wichtiger ist die zweite Plattenkorrektur. .. Die Autoren haben .. die Jägerbrücke nachgetragen .." - Dek. Stadtplan von Berlin im Maßstab 1: 8900 ( Schulz ), unten links 2 Textkartuschen mit Erklärungen zu den im Plan verzeichneten Gebäuden. Eine der Kartuschen ist geschmückt mit 2 Adlern und 2 Engeln. Unter dem Plan eine Gesamtansicht von Berlin "Prospect der Stadt Berlin Mitternächliche Seite", flankiert von 2 fig. Allegorien Mars und Merkur. - Das Blatt ist leicht gereinigt und alte Faltstellen wurden geglättet.

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        Die königl. Prevs. u. Churf. Brandenbvrg. Residenz-Stadt Berlin ..., Gesamtansich, darüber Stadtplan.

      . altkol. Kupferstich n. J.F. Walter b. Homann Erben, dat. 1737, 48,5 x 55,5. Fauser, 1375. K. Lindner in "Lüneb. Beiträge z. Vedutenforschung", S. 155 ff. u. Abb. S. 160; Schulz, Stadtpläne von Berlin, Nr. 81 und 82. - Hier vorliegend ohne Druckprivileg (1. Zustand), vergl. Schulz 82 ".. es gibt auch Blätter ohne jedes Privileg". - Die Ansicht wie meist unkoloriert, der Plan mit altem Flächenkolorit.

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        De La Distribution Des Maisons De Plaisance, Et De La Decoration Des Edifices En General

      Chez Charles-Antoine Jombert 1737-1738, Paris - 198 & 180 pages. 28.5 x 21.2 cm. 155 engraved plates, title page printed in red and black, engraved frontispiece and 44 engraved plates in Vol. 1 (42 folding) ; 111 engraved plates in Vol. 2 (12 folding), numerous engraved head and tail pieces and initials in the text. First edition, second issue lacking half titles, errata slips, and with Jombert's address as "Rue Dauphine" of Blondel's first published book. Vol. I includes many architectural designs for houses and Vol. II describes both interior and exterior ornaments, as well as garden plans. FOWLER 49. "Blondel was the most significant French architectural educator of the eighteenth century.his objective was to establish design principles for domestic architecture that correspond to the classical principles already in practice for civil structures." [see: MILLARD p25]. FOWLER notes, "The fine plates were both drawn and engraved by the author, except for a few at the end of Volume II, on which he received help. The allegorical frontispiece and some of the head and tailpieces were engraved by Cochin. This work deals in great detail with the country house and its garden." BERLIN CATALOGUE 2400. BRUNET I, p.977. CICOGNARA 35. Raised bands, leather spine labels, spine panels richly decorated in gilt, marbled endpapers, interior contents [plates and text] clean, moderate extremity wear. Contemporary French cat's paw calf, edges stained red. Very good. 2 vols [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        MISCELLANEOUS WORKS many of which are now first published.

      London, printed by J. Hughs, for J. Brindley; and C. Corbett, 1737.I. Pyramidographia; or a Description of the Pyramids in Egypt... II. A Discourse of the Roman Foot, and Denarius ... the Measures and Weights used by the Ancients... III. Tracts upon various subjects, Letters, Poems, and Observations in his Travels in Italy, Turky, and Egypt. IV. A Description of the Grand Seignor's Seraglio. To which are added, I. Reflections on the Pyramidographia, written by an anonymous Author, soon after the Publication of that Book. II. A Dissertation upon the Sacred Cubit of the Jews, and the Cubits of the several Nations; from the Dimensions of the greatest Egyptian Pyramid, as taken by Mr. Greaves, the antient cubit of Memphis is determined. Translated from the Latin of Sir Isaac Newton, not yet published... To the whole is prefix'd, an historical and critical account of the life and writings of the author. Published by Thomas Birth M.A., F.R.S. and member of the Society of Antiquaries. FIRST COLLECTED EDITION 1737, 2 volumes, complete set. 8vo, approximately 200 x 120 mm, 8 x 4¾ inches, title pages printed red and black, 6 engraved plates of which 5 are folding and 2 of the folding sheets bear 2 plates each, making a total of 8 engraved plates as required, (some copies were issued with 8 plates on 8 sheets of which 3 folding, possibly later issues with the 2 plate sheets cut in half), woodcut headpieces and decorated initials, pages: (6), lxxii, (2), ix, (1), 92, 89 - 356; (4), 359 - 540, (6), 591 - 800, the irregular pagination is present in all copies, collated and guaranteed complete, Parts I, II, III and IV have added title - pages, the first 3 dated 1736, Part IV dated 1737, bound in full antique calf, double ruled gilt border to covers, rebacked to style with raised bands, gilt rules and gilt lettered morocco label, edges speckled red, original endpapers retained. Covers and corners slightly worn, brief ink note on front endpapers which are age - browned, 2 leaves in Volume II have some pale brown staining, otherwise text and plates clean and bright, binding tight and firm. A very good set of a scarce work containing the first publication in any language of Sir Isaac Newton's study of the Sacred Cubit of the Jews. See Babson, Catalogue of the Works of Sir Isaac Newton, Second Supplement, page 20, No. 040. Newton's Dissertation is printed in Volume II from page 405 - 433 'Translated from the Latin of Sir Isaac Newton, not yet published'. According to Gjertsen, The Newton Handbook, page 6, it is the most elusive of Newton's published works, known in just two editions, the 1737 Greaves' Miscellaneous Works and a 1744 edition in Latin. 'Newton's argument is clear, detailed and precise; it is also without direction, a study in pure metrology'. John Greaves (1602 - 1652) mathematician and astronomer was Savilian professor of astronomy at Oxford University but this collected edition of his works published posthumously reflects very wide interests, from chicken hatcheries to the Pyramids with just two articles on astronomy. Since Newton's Dissertation was based on Greaves' measurements of the Great Pyramid the editor Thomas Birch saw fit to publish it in the collection and it is included in the partial list of contents on the title page of Volume I. Greaves earlier works published on his return from his travels, A Discourse of the Roman Foot (1647) and Pyramidographia (1646), were found in Newton's library. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Kst.- Karte, bei Felsecker Erben, "Des neu eröffnenden Kriegs Theatri in Ungarn zweyter theil, enthaltend die Kriegs Operationes in der Walchey, Moldau, Servien, Bosnien, und Bulgarien, worinnen alle Marcks der kayserl. Armeen des 1737 Iahrs angezeiget sind".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, dat. 1737, 36,5 x 57. Szantai, Atlas Hungaricus, S. 173 ( = Felsecker 1). Sehr seltene Einblattdruckkarte, mit Kopftitel. Oben links und unten links 2 kleine Insetkarten der Umgebung von Widdin und Zwornick. - Zeigt das Gebiet östlich von Wien mit Ungarn, Siebenbürgen, Moldau, Bannat, Bosnien, Serbien usw., im Südosten noch Istanbul. - Bis auf die äußere Einfassungslinie beschnitten und altmontiert.

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        Methode et Invention Nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux

      1737. CAVENDISH, William, Duke of Newcastle. Methode et Invention Nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux. London: Jean Brindley, 1737. Second edition of Cavendish’s important first treatise on the horse and horsemanship, with engraved title page and 42 wonderful double-page folio engravings of horse breeds and training methods, all pulled directly from the original 1658 copperplates, and 50 in-text woodcut diagrams. Beautifully bound in period-style full calf-gilt. “England, though often considered a country of horse lovers, actually only produced one early master of classical riding. William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, was a royalist who lived in exile until the restoration of King Charles II. During his exile he opened a riding school in Belgium. He wrote La Methode et Invention Nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux… The illustrations are among the most beautiful to ever grace equestrian literature” (Deanna Ramsay). This was the first of Cavendish’s two important books on the subject of breeding and training horses, translated into French from his English manuscript and published in Antwerp in two issues, 1657 and 1658 (with many of the 1657 title pages having been altered by hand to also read “1658”). This first printing was largely destroyed by fire in the bookseller’s shop (Brunet), and is all but impossible to acquire. Offered here is the second edition of Cavendish’s first book, “a work long cherished by bibliophiles for the excellence of its typography and the quality of its illustrations, a work esteemed by countless generations of horsemen and revered by such masters as La Guérinière, Comte d’Aure and Steinbrecht, and a landmark of equestrian” (W. C. Steinkraus) that has been called “still the only really outstanding work on the subject written by an Englishman” (R. S. Toole-Stott). In it Cavendish discusses a wide variety of equine subjects, including the recognition of the age and disposition of a horse, the characteristics of various types of horses (e. g. Spanish, the Barb, the English horse, the Arabian), methods of maintenance, and instructions on proper riding. “You must in all Airs follow the strength, spirit, and disposition of the horse, and do nothing against nature; for art is but to set nature in order, and nothing else. ” Of the 42 wonderful double-page plates after Abraham van Diepenbeke, 24 depict the multiple stages Cavendish and his assistant Captain Mazin employed in training complicated maneuvers. The quality of the impressions “even surpasses those of the original edition” (W. C. Steinkraus). His second work, A New Method and Extraordinary Invention to Dress Horses (1667) is often confused with the 1657 Methode et Invention. It was first published in English, with translations into French and German appearing variously from 1671 to 1740, without any plates. In his preface to this second work, Cavendish makes clear that while it is “neither a translation of the first, nor an absolutely necessary addition to it, [it] may be of use by itself, without the other. ”See Huth, 23; Podeschi 26 and 49; Lowndes, 1663; Wing N884-87; Brunet I, 1700; Graesse II, 93. Minor light shallow dampstain to top margins of only first few plates and gatherings, small archival tape repair to scuff on page 108. Beautifully bound, a most handsome copy.

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        Della Eloquenza italiana di Monsignor Giusto Fontanini arcivesco vo d'Ancira. Libri tre. Novallemente ristampata. Nel primo si spiega l'origine, e il processo dell' Italiana favella: nel Secondo si tratta del suo ingrandimento per le opere scritti: nel Terzo si despone una bibliotheca ordinata d'autori singolari nelle materie più classiche, illustrata di mole osservarzione

      1737. Venezia, Cristoforo Zane, 1737. xxxii,752pp. 19th century hcloth binding with marbled sides (a bit rubbed). With fine full-page portrait of the author. Vast bibliographical project by the Italian librarian and archeologist, Fontanini, 1666-1736, listing Italian grammatical and rhetorical treatises, translations of the classics, orations, poetry and prose, drama, etc. [Haym 164, no. 7.] The work was first published in 1706. Fontanini continued improving it until, 30 years later he revised in completely. The work is divided in three parts: The first is on the origin and development of the Italian language; the second deals with its growth through the works that have been written in it, and the third part is a list of classical books in all genres with bibliographical and literary notes. The 1736 edition is so much enlarged that in a way it is a new book. The title has also changed from the earlier editions.

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        Tegenwoordige staat des Duitschen keizerryks: en wel in't byzonder van de Opper-Rhynsche, Frankische, Zwabische, Beyersche en Oostenryksche Kreiten. Als mede van het koninkryk Bohemen, Moravien, Silesiën, Hungaryen, Zevenbergen en de frontierlanden des keizerryks. Nu vertaald en merkelyk vermeerderd door M. van Goch.

      Amsterdam, Isaac Tirion, 1737.Contemporary half calf, spine gilt. With engraved frontispiece, folding plan of Straatsburg, folding view of Straatsburg, folding view of Vienna, 2 folding plates and 4 folding maps (1 of Hungary and 3 of Germany). (2),673,(15) 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 IX contains descriptions of Germany, Austria and Hungary. Tiele 1033.

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        Opuscula, quibus res antiquae praecipue Aegyptiacae explanatur.

      Karlsruhe. (4) 412 Seiten. Broschur der Zeit. Die Broschur mit Einrissen, Vorsätze und letztes Blatt leicht fleckig.. Erste Ausgabe. - Brunet V, 210. Friedrich Samuel Schmidt (1737-1796) war ein Schweizer Professor, später für den Markgrafen von Baden-Durlach als Bibliotheks-Direktor tätig.

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        Travels into Muscovy, Persia, and part of the East-Indies.

      For A. Bettesworth and others London 1737 - Two volumes folio (35.5 x 23 cm). Engraved frontispiece by Picart, title, engraved portrait by G. Valck after G. Kneller, [4] preface, 246 pp., with 3 double-page engraved maps, 6 folding, 28 double-page and 19 full-page engraved plates, and 24 engravings in text; title, 223, [11] pp., with 8 folding, 24 double-page and 28 full-page engraved plates, and 25 engravings in text -- in all a portrait plate, 3 maps, 113 plates and 49 engravings in text,many plates showing several subjects; marginal ink marks on titles in both volumes, few marginal tears repaired. Contemporary calf rebacked to style, spine with raised bands, two labels with gilt lettering; boards a bit rubbed. First English edition of this richly illustrated work, including more than 300 engraved subjects and striking large panoramic plates, such as the celebrated panoramas of Moscow and Ispahan. It is modelled on the 1718 French edition and uses the same plates. De Bruyn, a Dutch painter, had previously made a lengthy tour to the Levant. In 1701, at the age of fifty, he undertook the present extensive journey to Persia and India via Moscow, arriving in Persia in 1703. His publication contains observations on cities, customs, flora and fauna, and antiquities, particularly the ruins of Persopolis. De Bruyn was possibly the first European traveller to visit Pasargarde. Ghani 221; Wilson 33; Lipperheide 547 (Dutch edition). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Moscoviae Gubernium cum Adiacentibus Regionibus.

      1737 - St Petersburg: the Academy of Sciences, 1737. 500 x 560mm. Mint condition The environs of Moscow, from the 'Atlas Russicus', the first atlas of Russia, compiled with the aid of the Frenchman Joseph-Nicolas de L'Isle, who found the St Petersburg Academy of Sciences.

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        The Gardeners Dictionary: Containing the Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit and Flower Garden, as Also, the Physick Garden, Wilderness, Conservatory, and Vineyard

      London: Philip Miller, 1737. London: Philip Miller, 1737. Hardback, no dust-wrapper. Unpaginated. xii, approx 600 pages. Recently rebound in half morocco with raised bands and gilt lettering. Bound with it (as intended) is 'An Appendix to the Gardeners Dictionary,' London, 1735. Lacking frontis but 4 plates called for. 3rd edition. First blank soiled, dedication leaf frayed, soiled and crudely repaired. Titlepage slightly soiled, first few pages damp stained in one corner, last few pages and the appendix more extensively damp stained. The appendix is uncommon and is seldom found bound as in this copy. Extremities and spine a little rubbed. [Henrey 1105 and 1104].. Hard Cover. Fair/No Jacket.

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        Dissertatio secunda de sede et caussa coloris aethiopum et caeterorum hominum

      Leiden: Theodore Haak, 1737. Leiden: Theodore Haak, 1737. <p>The First Medical Book Illustrations Printed by Three-Color Process</p><p>Albinus, Bernhard Siegfried (1697-1770). Dissertatio secunda de sede et caussa coloris aethiopum et caeterorum hominum. 4to. 16, [2]pp. Folding plate with tipped-on color mezzotint by Jan Ladmiral (1698-1773). Leiden: apud Theodorum Haak; Amsterdam: apud Jacobum Graal, & Henricum de Leth, 1737. 256 x 203 mm. Vellum ca. 1737, gilt-lettered spine, library stamp of the Birmingham Medical Institute in gilt on front cover; preserved in a cloth slipcase. Moderate foxing and toning, faint library stamps on title and margin of plate mount, but very good.</p><p>First Edition of Albinus&#39;s treatise on the "seat and cause" of human skin color. This extremely rare pamphlet was the second of six remarkable three-color anatomical mezzotints produced by Jan Ladmiral for Albinus between 1736 and 1741 to illustrate pmaphlets by Albinus on different specialized subjects in anatomy. These plates represent the first application of the three-color printing process to medical illustration. The three-color process, which uses three separate plates inked in red, yellow and blue, was invented by German artist Jacob Christoph le Blon, but it was Ladmiral who was responsible for developing the process for the purpose of anatomical illustration (only one anatomical three-color plate produced by le Blon is known: a separate plate of the male genitalia issued in 1721.)</p><p>Ladmiral&#39;s plate for the Dissertatio secunda contains three figures illustrating Albinus&#39; preparations of two dissected portions of skin and a thumbnail, all taken from an African woman. The first figure shows Albinus&#39; division of the skin into two layers, the superficial epidermis and the deeper reticulum. Albinus found that the reticulum was the source of human skin color, but also noted that the epidermis, although of lesser brightness, was colored in proportion to the intensity of coloration in the reticulum. He viewed the human nail as "a continuation of the epidermis, with the reticulum beneath it in the area of transition" (Punt, Bernhard Siegfried Albinus (1697-1770): On "Human Nature," p. 89). Albinus also speculated on the historical causes of the colors of the various human races, citing both ancient and scriptural authorities. Choulant, History and Bibliography of Anatomic Illustration (tr. Frank), p. 268. Meijer, Miriam C. "Albinus, Bernard Siegfried (1697-1770).", 12 Aug. 2009. Web. 25 May 2012.</p>

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        Londinium Antiqua. This Plan shews the ancient extent of the famous cities of London and Westminster as it was near the begining of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth.

      1737 - London, George Vertue, 1737. Eight sheets printed from pewter plates, dissected and laid on linen, total 690 x 1900mm. Paper lightly toned. The largest obtainable early map of Elizabethan London, derived from one of three known examples of an anonymous woodcut map of London c.1570, all now in institutions. Vertue, an antiquarian and publisher, saw an example in the possession of Sir Hans Sloane, and produced this copy in 1737. It was Vertue who first attributed it to Agas, a land surveyor. Agas published a map of Oxford that mentioned a companion map of London: this was enough evidence for Vertue to assign the map to Agas, an attribution that still survives. The style is much the same as Braun & Hogenberg, with the buildings shown in profile, and many of the details are shared. It is likely that both were based on a common source, but the Agas extends further north and shows St Paul's Cathedral without the spire. London Bridge has buildings on it, and The Globe and the Bull-Baiting Ring can be seen on the south bank of the river. The Royal Arms top left are those of James I, 1603-1625, but it is believed that these are a later addition to the woodblock Vertue copied. HOWGEGO: 8, and the introduction pp.7 - 8

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        Die königl. Preus. Churf. Brandenburg Residenz-Stadt Berlin

      Nürnberg ca. 1737. Karte zeigt den Stadtplan von Berlin mit einer prachtvollen Gesammtansicht, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 49 x 56. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Beschryvinge van Egipte; behelzende verscheide keurige aanmerkingen over de oude en hedendaagsche aardrykskunde van dat land; deszelfs aloude gedenktekenen, de zeden, gewoontens en godsdienst der inwooners, de regeering en koophandel, de dieren, boomen, gewassen, enz. Opgesteld volgens de aantekeningen van De Maillet, door Le Mascrier. Uit het Fransch vertaald.

      's Gravenhage, Isaac Beauregard, 1737.2 volumes in 1. 4to. Contemporary calf, spine richly gilt. With title-pages printed in red and black, engraved portrait, folding map and 7 engraved plates. XX,(2),356; 363,(9) pp.* First Dutch edition; first published in French Description de l'Égypte. Paris 1735. - Benoit de Maillet (1656-1738) was French consul in Egypt from 1692 to 1708. The manuscript of his memoirs was edited by Jean Baptiste Le Mascrier and takes the form of letters. A fascinating, detailed, and excellent account of Alexandria, Cairo and Luxor. 'Maillet contributed greatly to the extension of our knowledge of Egypt in the 18th century. He was the first French writer to interest himself in the Islamic architecture of Egypt' (Atabey Collection 754). - A nice copy.Not in Tiele or Cat. NHSM; Cf. Ibrahim-Hilmy I, p.367, Gay 2105, Boucher de la Richarderie IV, p.347 and the Blackmer Collection 1061.

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        Jurisprudentia Vetus Ante-Justinianea ex recensione et cum notis Antonii Schultingii. De illustratione iuris civil. antiqui ex lectione classicorum auctorum. Praefatus est Georgius Henricus Ayrer.

      Leipzig, Ex officina Weidmanniana, 1737.. Editio nova, collata cum codicibus antiquissimo Wurceburgensi et Gothano Quart. Titelblatt mit Vignette, (86), 941, (80) S. Zeitgenössischer roter Halblederband mit rotem Überzugspapier auf den Buchdeckeln. Wenig beschabt. Beste wissenschaftliche Ausgabe zu den römischen Rechtsquellen in der Zeit vor den justinianischen Gesetzbüchern.; Beste wissenschaftliche Ausgabe zu den römischen Rechtsquellen in der Zeit vor den justinianischen Gesetzbüchern.. Letzte Ausgabe der berühmten Edition vorjustininianischer Rechtsquellen! Anton SCHULTING (1659-1734), niederländischer Jurist und Philologe, studierte in Leiden und war Rechtsprofessor an den Universitäten Harderwyk und Franeker, schließlich nahm er einen Ruf an die Universität in Leiden an. Berühmt wurde Schulting durch dieses Rechtsquellenwerk, das ihm den Beinamen eines holländischen Cujas einbrachte. Darin sind alle berühmten und einzigartigen Zeugnisse des spätantiken Rechtskultus aufgenommen: Institutionen des Gajus, die Sentenzen des Julius Paulus und viele andere mehr. Schultings dann 1717 in Leiden erschienenes Jurisprudentia vetus ante-Justinianea übertraf mit Abstand alles bisher Erschienene und blieb maßgeblich bis zum Anfang des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts, als der Gaius von Verona ans Licht kam und Lachmann die Prinzipien der Textkritik revolutionierte. Seine Liste vorjustinianischer Quellen ist bis heute maßgeblich, obwohl seitdem Wichtiges dazugekommen ist: im frühen 19. Jahrhundert die Gaius Institutionen und die Fragmenta Vaticana, im 20. Jhdt. verschiedene Papyri. Dabei ist bemerkenswert, daß Schulting nur Texte klassischer Juristen und Kaiserkonstitutionen aufnahm, welche außerhalb Justinians Kodifikation überliefert worden sind, nicht aber, wie van Leeuwen und die modernen Quellensammlungen, die Zwölftafeln oder die Leges regiae. Daraus ergibt sich klar Schultings Absicht, wie er sie auch im Vorwort darlegte: Das Anliegen der Ausgabe war nicht antiquarisch oder rein historisch, sondern juristisch. Die Sammlung sollte Hilfsmittel zum besseren Verständnis des geltenden Rechts, d.h. des Corpus Juris Civilis bereitstellen. Eine Einleitung in den Stand der wissenschaftlichen Forschung gibt im Vorspann Georg Heinrich Ayrer in einer längeren Einleitung. Caji Institutionum libri II. - Julii Pauli sententarum recepatrum libri V. - Tituli ex Corpore Ulpiani - Tituli Codicis Gregoriani - Ex Corpore Hermogeniani Codicis - Mosaicarum et Roamanarum legum Collationis Tituli - Papiniani libri Responsorum.

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        Amstellandsche Arkadia, of beschryving van de gelegenheit, toestant en gebeurtenissen van Amstellandt, met deszelfs onderhoorige dorpen, heerlykheden, ambachten, lusthoven, wateren, enz. In orde geschikt, en nader overzien, door .. Gerrit Schoemaker.

      Amsterdam, Arent van Huyssteen, 1737.2 volumes. Sm.8vo. Contemporary vellum. With 2 engraved title-vignettes, engraved frontispiece, folding table, and 12 folding engraved views of the Amstel, Oudekerk, Amstelmond, Amstelveen, Waverveen, Sloten, Sloterdijk, etc. by J.C. Philips, C. Pronk a.o. (16),400; 327,(8) pp.* First edition. - A fine copy. - Nijhoff-Van Hattum 335.

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        Byzondere aenmerkingen over het aanleggen van pragtige en gemeene landhuizen, lusthoven, plantagien en aenklevende cieraeden.

      "Zoo om de zelven ten meesten nutte en voordeel te Timmeren en Metzelen;als om Gronden wel te bereiden; de Gebrekige ter verbeteren, en met keurige Vrugt-boomen en Laeningen te beplanten: mitsgaders om het graven van groote Waters,Grasten en Vyvers met goed gevolg te verrigten.Waer by gevoegt is eene verhandeling aengaende het snoeijen en voortteelen van vrugt- en wilde boomen; inzonderheid eene nette beschryving om jaerlyks overvloedig druiven in de open lucht; ook by vervroeging in stook- en andere warme kassen, voort te brengen; als mede om onfeilbaer ananas-vrugten, ook citroen-, limoen-, oranje-boomen, en andere gewassen van warmer luchtstreek, onder onze koude voort te queeken en te vermenigvuldigen, nevens een berigt om de benoodigde weer-glazen daer toe te maken; nog beproefde waerneemingen wegens het voortteelen van aerd- en warmoes-vrugten enz.enz. Alles in den tyd van Vyftig Jaeren ondervonden, aengetekent, omstandig beschreven en met daer benodigende Plaeten opgeheldert. Leiden by Abraham Kallewier, Jan en Herman Verbeek, en Pieter vander Eyk. 1737. 1st ed. 412pp. with 15 engr.fold.plts. 4to. First edition of one of the most famous Dutch works on the planning and cultivation of country gardens, with much attention given to fruit-and kitchen-gardens. This was the work wit which De La Court introducted succesful ananas-growing in Europe, as a result of wich te ananas became popular fruit in Europe.".

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        Set of Four Gourds.

      Regensburg H. Lentz and H.G. Neubauer -1745 1737 - Set of 4 double-page mezzotint engravings, printed in colour and finished by hand. Framed and glazed 51 x 59 cm. An attractive collection of fine plates, being one of the earliest examples of colour printing. Weinmann (1683-1741) was a Regensburg apothecary who organized the publication of Phytanthoza Iconographia, a huge florilegum which was not only very beautiful but which also influenced the publication of similar works worldwide. "The mezzotint process used here had been invented by Johann Teyler in the Netherlands around 1688. As practiced here by Bartholomaus Seuter (1678-1754) and Johann Elias Ridinger (1698-1767), it was really a combination of etching and mezzotint, which made possible delicate lines and a very fine grain. The addition of hand-tinting brought about unusual and subtle effects" (Hunt). Dunthorne 327; Great Flower Books, p. 80; see Hunt 494; Johnston 388; Nissen BBI, 2126; Stafleu and Cowan 17050.

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        Flora Lapponica exhibens Plantas per Lapponiam Crescentes, secundam Systema Sexuale Collectas in Itinere... Additis Synonymis, & Locis Natalibus Omnium, Descriptionibus & Figuris Rariorum, Viribus Medicatis & Oeconomicis Plurimarum.

      Amsterdam, Salomonem Schouten, 1737. 8vo. Contemp. full mottled calf. Light wear to top of spine. Light wear along fronthinge. Raised bands. Richly gilt compartments. Titlelabel in leather with gilt lettering. Engraved frontispiece. Titlepage in red/black. (40),372,(38) pp. and 12 folded engraved plates. Printed on good paper. Internally clean and fine.. Scarce first edition of this highly important work, which is one of the first in which Linné worked out his binomial nomenclature, being of "prime importance for the nomenclature of Arctic-Alpine species".On May 12th 1732, Linnaeus set out on his journey into Lapland, returning to Uppsala on October 10th, after adventures in snow and sleet, discovering 'novelties in all three kingdoms of nature', including many new plants. All this he recorded in diary and catalogue... Linnaeus worked on the present volume during his sojourn in Leyden and at the Clifford estate at Hartecamp in Holland. A Society was formed at Amsterdam to defray the expenses of the plates.., and the 'Flora Lapponica' came forth in 1737, just ahead of the 'Geneve plantarum' and the 'Hortus Cliffortianus'. Botanists had waited for it expectantly, and they received it with accaim. (Hunt No. 502)."The journey was the most adventurous that Linnaeus ever made; it has been assessed by his fellow-countrymen as the most fruitful single scientific expedition ever made in Sweden both for its immediate botanical results and its influence on Linnaeus's later career. It led to the publication in 1737 of his Flora Lapponica which is of prime importance for the nomenclature of Arctic-Alpine species; Linnaeus's Lapland specimens, on which this was based, are in Paris." (The Linnaean Correspondance).Hulth: p. 21 - Soulsby: No. 279

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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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        G. J. 's Gravesande, Introductio ad philosophiam metaphysicam et logicam continens. Mit Titelvignette u. einfachen Zierleisten im Text. Leider Exemplar auf Seiten beschädigt: Vorsatz auf oberem Rand ausgerissen, Titel mehrfach ausgerissen, Seite: 3, 103, 113, 203, 253 auf unterem Rand mit Verlust ausgerissen.

      Venetiis, Typis Jo. Baptistae Pasquali, 1737. ,. GLDr.der Zeit, [9], 287 S., 12° auf 4 Bünde gebunden. Einband gering berieben u. abgegriffen. Seiten stellenweise minimal altersgebräunt. Ansonst gut erhaltenes Exemplar. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. Please notify beforehand, if you want to visit us and see a specific book. Unser ZVAB-Bücher-Bestand befindet sich in unserem Lager am Stadtrand Prags, nicht in unserem Geschäft. Bitte, teilen Sie uns vorher mit wenn Sie uns besuchen möchten und bestimmtes Buch auswählen wollten *.

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        Fables. By the late Mr. Gay. with Volume the Second

      42 - London - J. and R. Tonson; J. and P. Knapton, 1737. 42 - London - J. and R. Tonson; J. and P. Knapton, 1737 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Two scarce early editions of John Gay&#39;s fables, including those published posthumously, in uniform full calf bindings. Volume One is the fifth edition of Gay&#39;s original fables. Volume Two is the second edition of the fables posthumously published. Bound by W. Nutt, with a bookbinder ink stamp to the front pastedown. With sixteen plates in Volume Two, after designs by Gravelot. With the bookplate of Grosvenor Gallery Library to the front pastedowns, the bookplate of G. W. Prothero to the front free-endpapers, and the small bookplate of James M. Osborn to the front pastedown of Volume one. Condition: Rebacked infull calf, with the original boards. Externally, rubbed. Internally, firmly bound, with some handling marks and light foxing. There is some light browningto volume two. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Epistolae Ho-ElianaeFamiliar Letters Domestic and Foeign

      London - D. Midwinter et al., 1737. London - D. Midwinter et al., 1737 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A collection of letters from notable historical, political and philosophical figures. Tenth edition. Featuring an engraved frontispiece and decorative head and tail pieces. Condition: Rebound in a half calf binding with cloth covered boards. Externally, rubbing to extremities with rear joint starting, and front board detached. Internally, firmly bound, with instances of light spotting, and marks to the title page. Copperplate ink signature toendpaper. Overall: GOOD..

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        Sermons and Discourses on Practical Subjects; Never Before Printed. Volume VII

      London - Printed by J. Bettenham, 1737. London - Printed by J. Bettenham, 1737 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. The seventh volume of Robert Moss&#39;s influential sermons. Containing sixteen sermons on various religious and moral subjects. Robert Moss (c. 16661729) was the dean of Ely and &#39;preacher to the honourable society of Gray&#39;s-Inn&#39;. Moss was an able preacher. Andrew Snape, who edited his sermons and wrote a brief memoir, noted that when Moss preached at Great St Mary&#39;s, the church was always full (Moss, x). Moss was a high-churchman and a tory, and was known to frequent the tory October Club. In December 1709 he refused to preach on the thanksgiving day as a protest against the treatment received by Henry Sacheverell, following his inflammatory sermon at St Paul&#39;s Cathedral (Remarks, 2. 320). This support for Sacheverell continued through his trial, when Moss and a number of high-church divines wrote the speech given by Sacheverell to the court on 7 March 1710 (Oldmixon, 435). DNBCondition: In a full calf binding. Externally sound although rubbed. The rear joint is starting. Internally, fimly bound. Beautifully bright and clean, in remarkable condition for the age of this volume. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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        Quare impedit. In two parts. Part I. Containing an abridgment of the law concerning the patronages of churches, the titles of ecclesiastical persons . Part II. Containing precedents of Pleading

      London: Printed By E. & R. Nutt and R. Gosling, 1737. London: Printed By E. & R. Nutt and R. Gosling, 1737. Collation, [2], vii, [3], 32, [33-42], 33-255, [1], [44], 160, [16], pp. Bound in full calf, retaining the original period boards. Calf rubbed, worn on edges, top boards becoming loose, but still attached, Law Society stamp on tail of spine. Generally a good binding. Internally, occasional stamp. Pages in good clean condition. A good copy, in full leather binding. A16. First Edition. Full Leather. Near Very Good. Small Folio.

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        Herrn Obristen von Landsbergs Neue Grund-Risse und Entwürffe Der Kriegs-Bau-Kunst,

      . Die Plätze zu defendiren und zu attaquiren Vom Auctore selbst erläutert Nebst vielen neuen Grund-Rissen auch saubern Kupffer-Stichen vermehre und ins Geutsche übersetzt. Dresden und Leipzig: Friedrich Hekel 1737. With frontispiece and 21 plates, all copperengraved, and several woodcut vignettes. (30) + 166 + 2 blank pp. Contp., a little worn halfleather. Browning, a few leaves with small wormholes, the first leaves weakly stained. * First German edition, translated from French, published 1730..

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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 & R. Dodsley 1737 - First edition. Engraved vignette portrait of Pope on title after Jonathan Richardson. Title in red & black, engraved head & tailpieces. 4to (11 1/2 x 9 inches), pages (36): (9)-222: 215-332 , contemporary half calf; very rubbed and chipped, boards detached. In need of rebinding and priced to allow. Contemporary signature and date on half-title crossed through, another small signature and date, 1806, and "No. 232" on upper margin of half-title. Some light foxing but overall good and with good very wide margins. The incorrect date of the first letter, 1724, has not been corrected. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Vie de Philippe D&#39;Orleans, Petit-fils de France

      Londres - Aux dpens de la Compagnie, 1737. Londres - Aux dpens de la Compagnie, 1737 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. The second edition of this biography of Philippe D&#39;Orleans, the nephew of Louis XIV who served as Regent of France from 1715-1723. Withsixteen engravedplates (three folded). Collated complete. Complete in two volumes in the original French. In 1711, the Dauphin died at Meudon at the age of forty-nine and the title passed to his son, who died in 1712. Until his death in 1723, Orlans was generally considered to be first in line to the throne, although legitimists considered that Philip V of Spain, n Duke of Anjou and fils de France, held that place, on the contention that his renunciation in 1700 was constitutionally invalid. The deaths witihin three years of the Dauphin, two of his three sons, his daughter-in-law and the little Duke of Brittany led to widespread rumours that Orlans had poisoned them all to gain the throne. These stories were entirely without foundation- the Dauphin died of smallpox, the Duc de Berry in a riding accident and the others of measles- but they did great damage to Orlans&#39; reputation, and even Louis XIV seems to have at least half-believed them. Only in Orlans&#39; last years did the obvious affection between himself and Louis XV, and the young King&#39;s robust health, cause the rumours to die away. In his will, Louis XIV appointed Orlans president of the council of regency for the young king Louis XV. Condition: Rebound inrecent half-morocco bindings with marbled boards. Externally smart, with just some very minor shelfwear only. Internally, tightly bound. Pages are slightly age tonedbut generally clear, with someoccasional light spots. Overall: VERY GOOD..

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      Roma?, metà secolo XVIIILegatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, titolo manoscritto al dorso, tagli blu. 1 carta con titolo manoscritto a penna inquadrato all'interno di filetti eseguiti anch'essi a penna. 81 tavole fuori testo, numerate a penna, la tavola n. 58 posposta alla tavola n. 60; l'ultima tavola con errore di numerazione 82 anzichè 81 come descritta nell'indice. Ogni tavola, incisa all'acquaforte e con firma estesa o con cifra dell'incisore Gaetano Piccini, contiene da 2 a 6 medaglie romane raffigurate su sfondo di fitte linee orizzontali, inquadrate all'interno di elegante cornice tipografica. 1 carta di Table con indice di tutte le tavole incise e denominazioni degli Imperatori effigiati. Esemplare in ottime condizioni conservative.

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