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        pl. 81 Garden Radish

      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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        Makhzor, Ashkenazi rite. 2 volume set complete] Machsor khelek Rishon keminhag Ashkenazim yamim noraim im haslichot kodem rosh hashana [etc.] khelek sheni shalosh regalim vearba parshiyot [etc.]

      Aaron ben Zvi Hirsch of Dessau, Homburg 1737 - Text is entirely in Hebrew and Yiddish. Two volume set. [2], 44, 178, 128; [2], 256, 59 leaves. There are two sets of a dozen very attractive woodcuts in the shmini atzeret and Passover sections. Volume 1 Yamim Noraim im Slichot kodem Rosh Hashana etc. Volume 2 has Tfilot shalosh Regalim vearba parshiyot etc. Everything is in its right order so one does not need to leaf back and forth in the book for certain prayers. A few prayers and Selichot as customary in "other communities" were printed on a special leaf at the end of the Machzor. Approbation by Rabbi Ya'akov Cohen Papirsh of Prague. Liturgy for the Sabbath and High Holidays following the rites of Ashkenaz with Judeo-German translation. Machzor chalek rishon kiminhag Ashkenaz. Tefilos for Yamim Noraim with Silicot, with Yiddish translation. Vinograd Homburg #35. Contemporary leather binding over wooden boards. Title page of volume 1 is detached. Binding still has remnants of the metal clasps. Volume 2 has on the front pastedown an inscription of a previous owner: Dieses buch gehort dem Heinrich Wachenheimer Zwingenberg i H [= Zwingenberg is a town in Hessen, a state in Germany]. Additional scan of the binding and owner's signature is available upon request [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Minchas Zikaron - A Gift of Remembrance

      Salonika 1737 - On offer: Minchas Zikaron - A Gift of Remembrance by Rabbi Menachem Simtah. This book is rubbed and the cover has a shallow crack, Interior text is better. Overall F+. Published: Salonika, 1737 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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        OPERA OMNIA MEDICO PRATICA ET ANATOMICA." "EDITIO XVIII CUI PRAETER DISSERTATIONES, ALIOSQUE TRACTATUS ANTEACTIS EDITIONIBUS ADJUNCTOS . . NEC NON JOANNIS DOMINICI SANTORINI OPUSCOLA IV."

      Bassano 1737 4°: pp.6nn. + 635 + 1 di imprimatur. Legatura in piena pergamena coeva. Titolo al dorso su tassello. Fioriture nel testo dovute al tipo di carta, ma nel complesso ottimo stato di conservazione. Frontespizio bicolore e testo stampato su due colonne. 5 tavole su rame ft. riproducenti : colonna del tempio di Antonino Pio, antiche monete, cartografia del mar Jonio con figure di tarantole. Alcune dissertazioni nel volume presentano frontespizi autonomi, come ad esempio gli opuscola quator del Santorino. Numerose vignette come testatine e finalini nel testo (enigmatico il finalino di pag 443). Ad un raffronto con le segnature 6ss poi a 1+4 fino a llll1-4 poi MMM1-2. opera completa di tutte le sue carte originali. Giorgio Baglivi (Ragusa in Dalmazia, 1668-1707), di famiglia armena, venne adottato e si trasferì a Lecce. Allievo di Malpighi, studiò medicina a Salerno, Napoli e Bologna dove si laureò. Autore di importanti ricerche di fisiologia, soprattutto nel campo delle fibre muscolari e nervose, ebbe la cattedra di medicina teorica e, in seguito, quella di chirurgia e anatomia al Collegio della Sapienza di Roma, fu autore del primo trattato sul tarantolismo. Cfr Hirsch-H. I, p.228; Garrison & Morton No. 68; DSB I, pp.391-392; Krivatsy n°576 e segg. Olshcki choix 8320. Wellcome II pag 65. Blake pg 27. Brunet I, 610 (circa la presente edizione del 1737) "ouvrage estime" Graesse I pag 275. heirs of hippocrates pag 736; Castiglioni pag 553 " Baglivi può essere considerato come il maestro dei clinici italiani". Nell'opera: PRAXES MEDICAE, lib. I e II; DE FIBRA motrice et nervosa; DISSERTATIONES variae. I ) De Anatomie fibrarum. II) De experimentis circa bilem. III) De experimentis circa sanguinem.; IV) De medicinis solidorum. V) De morborum et Naturae analogismo.; VI) Varii argumenti. VII) De historia, anatomie, morsu et effectibus tarantulae.; VIII) De usu et abusu Vesicantium. Insieme: SANTORINO - Opuscola quator.

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        Sammlung kleiner Teutscher Schriften, und Anmerckungen, als ein Anhang zu denen Gundlingianis, mit einer Vorrede versehen von Herrn Gottlieb Stollen.

      Rengerische Buchhdlg.,, Halle, 1737 - Halle, Rengerische Buchhdlg., 1737. Kl.-8°. (4) Bl., 510 S., (14) Bl. Inh. u. Register. Mit einer gestoch. Titelvign. Pgt. der Zeit mit gepr. Rückentitel. ADB 10,130. - (Exlibris aV., Stempel auf Titel). - Schönes Ex. Pgt. der Zeit mit gepr. Rückentitel.

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        Travels into Muscovy, Persia, and Part of the East-Indies. Containing, an accurate description of whatever is most remarkable in those countries. And embelished with above 320 copper plates, representing the finest Prospects, and most considerable Cities in those Parts; the different Habits of the People; the singular and extraordinary Birds, Fishes, and Plants which are there to be found: As likewise the Antiquities of those Countries, and particularly the noble Ruins of the famous Palace of Persepolis, called Chelminar by the Persians. The whole being delineated on the Spot, from the respective Objects. To which is added, an account of the journey of Mr. Isbrants, Ambassador from Muscovy, through Russia and Tartary, to China.

      For A. Bettesworth, and C. Hitch, London 1737 - In two volumes. Translated from the original French. First English edition. Folio (13 1/2 x 8 3/4 inches; 342 x 224 mm). [6], 228, 225-235, [362], 263-266, 241-246; [2], 1-223, [1, blank], 11, index, [1, blank] pp. In volume I, page 229-250 are misnumbered, however collates correctly. Heavily illustrated with 322 copperplate engravings, including frontispiece, frontispiece portrait, three double page maps, 44 intertextual illustrations and 275 illustrations on 114 plates, 262 of which are numbered. Of these 114 plates, 56 are double page, 45 are single page and 13 are large folding plates. Included in these large folding plates are very large pullout panoramic views of "Sphan", "Moskow." Bound in newer full calf. Boards double-ruled in gilt. Spines stamped and numbered in gilt. With original brown spine labels, lettered in gilt. All edges speckled red. A bit of foxing and toning throughout, however in general the text is very clean. The majority of the plates are quite clean, some occasional toning. The two pull-out panoramas of "Sphan" and "Moskow" with some repairs to closed tears and well as some dampstaining and marginal repairs. A few instances of marginal cracking throughout, but overall very firm. A few plates bound out of sequence, as usual, images fine and clean, impressions vivid. Some leaves mis-paginated, as printed. One small (1/8" ¿ ½") ink stain (possibly by original printer) to outer right margin of last few pages of vol. 1. Preface page hinge separated from portrait, but tightly bound to spine (as seen in photo) and insignificant. A very good copy. Primarily a landscape painter, Le Bruyn began his journey to Russia in the summer of 1701, at the age of 50, leaving Amsterdam to undertake what would become a seven-year trip to the East-Indies "by way of Muscovy and Persia." The text includes his observations on cities, customs, flora and fauna, and antiquities, particularly the ruins of Persopolis. He was quite possibly the first European to visit Pasargarde. The beautiful copperplate engravings depict portraits, views, buildings, ruins, flora and fauna, and are the same plates that were used in the French edition. Originally published in Dutch (1711) and then in French (1718), this English edition is translated from the French. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Francis Rabelais, M.D. Now Carefully Revised, and Compared Throughout with the Late New Edition of M. Le Du Chat (5 Volumes)

      Printed by J. Hughs for J. Brindley; and C. Corbett 1737 - FIRST EDITION thus. Signed binding by Riviere. Late 19th century full crimson crushed leval morocco with a blind stamped celtic rope design on front cover with double lined gilt border. Compartmented spine with tooled design and lettering. Boards have rolled edges. All edges gilt. Elaborate gilt inner dentelling. Marbled endpages. Binding shows wear at extremities and the spine is slightly darkened. Title pages in black and red. Volume I: [i]-xxii + iii-viii + [i]-cxxxiv-[135]-384. The second pagination (iii-viii) is the contents of Volume II. Copper engraved frontispiece portrait of Rabelais and two fold out copper engravings. This volume contains an extra -- much later -- steel plate engraving tipped in behind title page. Volume II: Foldout copper engraved frontis, full page engraving (facing page 188) with repair at gutter, foldout plate at pg. 217. v-x + [11]-251; Volume III: [i-iv] + v-xx + [21]-22 + 3-367 + [3] (index); Fold out copper engraving facing pages 108, 191 & 229 (repaired at gutter); Volume IV: Foldout engraved frontis, plate facing pages 29 & 51; [i-v] + vi-xc + [1]-281 + [1] (blank) + [8] (contents) + [4] (adverts); Volume V: Plate facing pages 43, 145 & 154; [i]-lxiv + [1]-267 + 5 (contents). This set is complete with 15 copper engravings but some of them have been trimmed when bound by Riviere with some loss to the text descriptions. Pages internally in good repair but some in Volume 5 are age-toned. Overall in VERY GOOD condition. Great gift in a signed binding. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        L'Adamo ovvero. Il mondo creato. Poema filosofico del sign. D. Tommaso Campailla,. cogli argomenti di ciascun canto tradotti in verso eroico latino dal sign. don Giuseppe Prescimone,. In questa seconda edizione corretto

      nella stamperia di A. Rossi, Roma 1737 - Folio, pp. vi, [24], 385, [3]; engraved frontispiece portrait of the author, folding engraved portrait of his patron, Francesco Bonanno del Bosco (with a 3" tear entering from the gutter - no loss), woodcut initials, typographic ornaments; a good, sound copy in contemporary limp vellum lettered in ink on spine. 2 copies in OCLC, both in Europe. Harvard College Library bookplate and a discrete release stamp on the verso of the title-page. Campailla (1668-1740) was odd-looking autodidact from Modica on Sicily who fought syphilis rheumatism in a "modern" way, using the "guaiacum barrels" or "vapour stoves" that he had invented. He was also elected senator of his district seven times. In 1709 he published the first six songs of this philosophical poem Adam, or the World Created, then dedicated in its full (twenty songs), "to Charles VI of Austria, Emperor and King of Sicily." Olschki 18404 citing the octavo edition of 1757.

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        THE AMERICAN ALMANACK FOR THE YEAR OF CHRISTIAN ACCOUNT, 1738.

      Philadelphia: Printed and Sold by Andrew Bradford, []. 1737 - [24]pp. including two woodcut illustrations. 12mo. Printed self-wrappers, stitched. Contemporary numerical ink annotation in outer margin of p.[20]. Fine, untrimmed. In a half morocco box. A fine copy of Titan Leeds' AMERICAN ALMANACK for 1738, the year of the author's death. The death of Titan Leeds was a subject of some controversy earlier in the decade, when Benjamin Franklin, writing as Richard Saunders in the first issue of the "Poor Richard" almanac (and inspired by Jonathan Swift's famous Bickerstaff hoax of 1708), predicted that his "good friend and fellow- student" would die "on October 17, 1733, 3 hr. 29 m., P.M., at the very instant of the conjunction of the Sun and Mercury." When Leeds announced his survival the following year, launching invectives at his competitor, "Saunders" responded in his 1734 almanac that his "dear friend" must, indeed, have died, as the true "Mr. Leeds was too well bred to use any man so indecently and so scurrilously" as he had used "Poor Richard" in his protests. For the next several years Richard Saunders continued to insist that Leeds was no more, and following the announcement of Leeds' actual death in 1738, Saunders printed a letter from Leeds' ghost admitting: "I did actually die at that moment, precisely at the hour you mentioned, with a variation of 5 minutes, 53 seconds." The "ghost" of Titan Leeds, in fact, hovered in the imprint of THE AMERICAN ALMANACK through its 1746 issue, the final year for which Leeds was said to have calculated the calendar before dying. In addition to the calendar, the 1738 AMERICAN ALMANACK contains schedules for courts, Quaker and Baptist meetings, and fairs; a list of roads and distances between points from Boston to South Carolina; a catalogue of living monarchs and their dates of birth; an excerpt from THE DUNCIAD; original verse; a bookseller's advertisement for Andrew Bradford; and a note to the reader with apocalyptic speculations pertaining to the Pope. The titlepage features an elaborate armorial woodcut, and a woodcut anatomical depiction of the zodiac appears on page [3]. DRAKE 9600. EVANS 4150. HILDEBURN 557. NAIP w022437.

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        Guava alba ducis (sweet white guava)

      - “Guava alba ducis” Captain Thomas Davies (1737-1812) Watercolor on paper Signed and dated lower left 1791 13” x 9 ¼”; 22 1/2” x 18 3/4” framed [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        STATUTA ROBORETANA CIVILIA ET CRIMINALIA, nuper a Roboretanis reformata et a Reverendissimo et Serenissimo Maximiliano Archiducae Austriae

      Berni,, Rovereto, 1737 - in folio, pp. (14), 61; 98, (12), bella leg. cart. rust. coevo con tit. mss al d. Gr. vignette xilogr. ai due front. Le ultime pp. (dei capitoli) hanno una numerazione modificata con picc. tass. xilogr. che iniziano con p.99, seguente l'ultima pagina della numerazione regolare. Gli statuti, oltre a Rovereto, interessano i territori di Vallarsa, Noviglio, Terragnolo, Trembileno, e contengono non solo le vere e proprie cause civile ma norme varie (per la vendemmia, ferie, mercati, fiere, vendita di generi alimentari, oggetti vari, danni alle case e fondi, e l'ordinamento degli ufficiali addetti ai servizi di tutela). Belliss. esempl. [MM3-239]

      [Bookseller: SCRIPTORIUM Studio Bibliografico]
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        MEMOIRES POUR L'HISTOIRE NATURELLE DE LA PROVINCE DE LANGUEDOC, divisées en trois parties. Ornés de figures, & de cartes en taille-douce.

      1737 - A Paris, Chez Guillaume Cavellier, 1737. In-quarto (204 X 255) veau fauve granité, dos cinq nerfs, caissons dorés, pièce de titre maroquin ocre, coupes ornées, tranches mouchetées rouge (reliure de l'époque) ; (1) f. blanc, XXVI (dont titre) pages, (1) f. de corrections et additions, 630 pages, (1) f. d'approbation et privilège, 4 cartes et 6 planches hors-texte. Ex-libris manuscrit à l'encre noire sur la première contregarde. Coiffe inférieure refaite. EDITION ORIGINALE ornée de 10 PLANCHES gravées sur vélin fort dont 4 CARTES à double page (dont deux du cartographe Jean-Baptiste Nolin gravées par Aubin) et 6 planches dépliantes gravées sur cuivre (fontaines de Fontest-Orbe et de Fonsanche, machine à canaliser une fontaine, coupe et plan des bains de Balaruc, meule à broyer le pastel, outils divers). Si Jean Astruc (1684-1766) fut avant tout un éminent médecin et l'un des pionniers de l'exégèse moderne, on fait de nos jours l'éloge de son travail scientifique qui contient de nombreux détails curieux sur la région languedocienne. Son ouvrage est composé en trois parties : Mémoires de géographie (essentiellement sur le Languedoc), Mémoires de physique (fontaines, bains, vents, etc.) et Mémoires de littérature (étude linguistique sur les rapports entre langue celtique et langue d'Oc, superstitions et légendes en Languedoc, mais également étude sur les poissons fossiles et la pêche du mulet dans les étangs de Lates, etc.). Astruc est le premier qui ait donné une explication scientifique du phénomène de la fontaine de Fontestorbes (Ariège), habitée selon la légende par des fées qui y venaient laver leur linge à l'aide de battoirs en or. On notera également un très intéressant chapitre sur la culture et la préparation du pastel (pages 323 à 331). Cet ouvrage, d'une vaste érudition, est devenu RARE. Provenance : exemplaire de Jean-Baptiste Marduel (1699-1770), docteur en Sorbonne et curé de Saint-Roch. (BARBIER, III, 234 - CIORANESCU, 8632). FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Generation harmonique, ou traité de musique theorique et pratique.

      Prault, Paris, 1737 - Paris, Prault 1737. 4°. (16), 201, (13) S. Mit 12 Kupfertafeln. Grässe VI, 20. - MGG (dtv) X, 1904. - Eitner VIII, 120. - Fétis VII, 175. - Erste Ausgabe. - "Hatte Rameau im Traité Zarlinos* 'duale' Theorie mit der nach unten gehenden Reihe zur Erklärung der Mollharmonie scharf zurückgewiesen und dafür den schwachen Versuch unternommen, die Lage der Terz zwischen den beiden bestimmenden Eckpfeilern von Grundton und Quinte willkürlich zu vertauschen, so greift er in der 'Génération' zum Zwecke einer befriedigenderen Abteilung der Mollharmonie auf die sympathetische Vibration von Saiten und eine sich daraus ergebende arithmetische Proportion zurück, was praktisch eine Anerkennung von Zarlinos ursprünglicher Erklärung bedeutet" (MGG). - *Gioseffo Zarlino (1517-1590), ital. Musiktheoretiker und Komponist. - Papier zu Beginn etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig. Mit alten Besitzereinträgen auf dem Vorsatz. Einband berieben. Sprache: Französisch / Français / French [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Le Capitaine Mazin etant a Cheval, Monseigneur le Marquis donne lecon. 18.

      London. 1737. - Mounted size: 73 x 61cm. Very Good condition. Copper engraving. coloured. This striking print shows Captain Mazin demonstrating the 'terre a terre' move on horseback, watched by the seated Duke. 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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        Monseigneur le Marquis etant a cheval et le Capitaine Mazin a pied. 20

      Methode et invention nouvelle de dresser Les Chevaux. 1737. - Copper engraving. Size: 51 x 38.5 cm. (20 x 15 inches). Fine condition This striking print shows the Duke of Newcastle demonstrating six moves on horseback, watched by Captain Mazin on foot. 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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        Monsigneur le Marquis a Cheval, Le Capitainne a pie. Pl 29.

      London: 1737 - Size: 460 × 565 mm. Copperplate engraving with hand colour. slightly toned, otherwise in very good condition. This wonderful equestrian 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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        Quinti Horatii Flacci. Opera

      London: Iohannes Pine, 1733; 1737 - The pinnacle of Augustan book illustration, in a fine binding of the period. "Pine's complete command of his craft makes this the most elegant of English eighteenth-century books in which text and illustrations alike are entirely engraved" (Ray) First Pine edition, second issue, with "potest" in medallion, p. 108, v. II. 2 vols., 8vo. Frontispiece, [14], [265]; frontispiece, [6], 191, [46] pp. With complete engraved list of European subscribers, beginning with Frederick, Prince of Wales. Engraved by Pine throughout with text, plates, portraits, vignettes, and initials. Full contemporary red morocco, spines gilt stamped with floral and leaf tools in six compartments, covers tooled with triple-fillet border with small sun tool at corners, turn-ins gilt with flower and pomegranate roll and double fillet, a.e.g., marbled endpapers, green silk markers. Fine. Rothschild 1548; Ray, ILLUSTRATOR AND THE BOOK IN ENGLAND, p. 3; De Ricci- Cohen, pp. 497-8; Brunet III, p. 320. Provenance: William G. Mack (two bookplates); Reverend Stephen Marshall, D.D., Glasgow (gift inscription "from his brother Thomas 10th April, 1815. Malta" on first text page of vol. II); H.D. Lyon (compliment slips laid-in) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Gerusalemme liberata. Poema del Signor Torquato Tasso trasportato in lingua calabrese in ottava rima in questa prima edizione da Carlo Cusentino d'Aprigliano, Casale di Cosenza e dedicata

      s. e. (ma N. Parrino), Cosenza (ma Napoli) 1737 - all'Eccellentissimo signore il Signor D. Francesco Maria Carafa principe di Belvedere, Principe di Gallicchio e Marchese di Anzi In 4°, pp. (8) + 346. Piccoli forellini di tarlo al marg. est. per tutta la prima parte del volume. Tipica brunitura uniforme. M. pl. ottocentesca. Edizione originale di questa versione in calabrese "si deve anche notare che prima del Cosentino era stata iniziata una versione in calabrese della Gerusalemme da Giuseppe Coco di Policastro.". Cosentini fu autore di fama pur essendo la Gerusalemme l'unica opera pervenutaci. Questa è considerata non mera traduzione, bensì una reinvenzione di ispirazione tassiana, nella quale compaioni usi e costumi della gente di Aprigliano. Mandalari, p. 207. Capialbi, Tip. Calabresi, p. 81. ITA

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        Allgemeine Geschichte der Schweitzer (Ab Teil 4): Genaue und umständliche Beschreibung Helvetischer Geschichte. Aus den bewährtesten Verfassern der alten und neuen Historien ... dazu: Vollständiges Register.... - dazu: (Bodmer, Johann Jacob): Historische und Critische Beyträge zu der Historie der Eidsgenossen, bestehen in Urkunden, Zeugnissen und Untersuchungen, auch gantzen historischen Werckgen, grössten Theils aus authentischen Handschrifften genommen und, und zu mehrerer Beglaubung und Erklärung der vornehmsten Geschichten, vornehmlich mit Absicht auf das grosse Werck Jacob Lauffers zusammengetragen.

      Zürich, Verlag Conrad Orell und Comp. 1737-1739.. 18 Teile mit Register und 4 Teile in zusammen 7 Bänden. Jeder Teil 300-400 S. Pergamentbände der Zeit mit hs. Rückentiteln.. Ohne das Porträt Lauffers. - Teils minim stockfleckig, sehr schöne und saubere Exemplare. - Haller 4, 479 und II, 290 - Barth 10228 und 10229. - Erste Ausgabe und komplette Folge der umfangreichsten Gestamtdarstellung der schweizer Geschichte in der ersten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts. Hier zusammen mit den Ergänzungen Bodmers in 4 Teilen (einheitlich gebunden in einem Band).

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        Historia derer " Wiedergebohrnen in Sachsen ",oder Exempel solcher Personen mit denen sich im Leben, oder im Tode Merkwürdiges zugetragen: 1. Historie 2. Theologen 3. Sterbekunst. 3 Teile in einem Band.

      Graitz Vogtland / Dresden / Gottlieb Ludewigen / Christian Saueressig / 1737 / 1735 / 1733. 17,5 x 11,5 x 8 cm, 608 / 608 / 268 S. Buchschmuck, Halbpergament der Zeit mit handgeschriebenem Rückenschild. Außen etwas abgegriffen u. berieben. Innen sonst kaum Mängel. Bemerkenswerter guter Zustand. 14

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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]

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      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]

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