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2013-06-10 16:12:31
Georg Matthaus SEUTTER "il Vecchio" (1678 - 1757)
Carta geografica tratta dal Atlas Novus sive tabulae geographicae totius orbis edito nel 1741. La carta è incisa dal figlio Albrecht Karl Seutter, che alcuni indicano anche come autore dell?opera. Incisione in rame, coloritura coeva, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Geographic map, taken from the Atlas Novus sive tabulae geographicae totius orbis published in 1741. The map has been engraved by the son Albrecht Karl Seutter, described by many also as the author of the work. Copperplate, contemporary colour, in excellent condition. Ausburg Ausburg Terre di Longobardia 130. 570 490
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2013-06-07 19:21:20
Heister, Lorenz / Ulhoorn, Hendrik (medew.)
, Amsterdam : By de Janssoons van Waesberge, 1741 1741 Gebonden in een lederen band destijds (binding goed, leder voorplat is los, dus heeft wat restauratie nodig.) , ill., 4°, 18 cm Enkel het Tweede deel; pag 443-1279,met 21 gegraveerde platen ( plaat VI t/m plaat XXVI, + register 58 pag. + met bijlage; 'beschrijving van eenige ontleed en heelkundige prentverbeeldingen, diende ter vermeerdering der reets medegedeelde en aangehaalde werktuigen alle eigenhandig getekent en bygevoegtb door Hendrik Ulhoorn' met 15 graveerde gravuren (waarvan 14 uitslaande platen) van werk instrumenten.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Erik Tonen
2013-06-07 19:21:20
Heister, Lorenz / Ulhoorn, Hendrik (medew.)
, Amsterdam : By de Janssoons van Waesberge, 1741 1741 Gebonden in lederen banden, 2 volumes, illustraties, 4°,1278pp. + register 58pp. Mooie set! Twee delen, met 26 uitslaande gegraveerde platen,+ 2 volbladgravures en 9 vignetten. Deel I : titelgravure/ titelpagina met vignet/ vignetten : 1(opdrachtpagina), 2(42), 3(443), 4(596)/ uitslaande gegraveerde platen : I(12-13), II(36-37), III(116-117), IV(138-139), V(170-171), VI(254-255), VII(516-517), VIII(564-565), IX(596-597)/ volbladgravure : I( 575). Deel II : titelpagina met vignet/ uitslaande gegraveerde platen : X(662-663, maar plaat zelf vermeldt pp.643), XI(672-673, vermeldt 675), XII(714-715), XIII(730-731), XIV(786-787, vermeldt 789), XV( 842-843, vermeldt 845), XVI( 854-855, vermeldt 856), XVII(884-885), XVIII(900-901), XVIIII(978-979, vermeldt 981), XX(1002-1003), XXI(1010-1011), XXII(1020-1021, vermeldt 1023), XXIII(1050-1051), XXIX(1094-1095, vermeldt 1097), XXV(1128-1129, vermeldt 1131), XXVI(1176-1177)/ vignetten : 5(821), 6(875), 7(1096), 8(1120), 9(einde Bladwyzer= eind deel II)/ volbladgravure : 2(543 ).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Erik Tonen
2013-06-07 16:25:19
VERGILIUS Maronis
Typis Mannianis 1741 In 8, pp. (4) + XXVI + 460 con una antip. archit. e inc. Testo in caratteri a imitazione del codice in rosso e in nero. Edizione in "fac - simile" di questo codice mediceo conservato alla Laurenziana. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2013-06-07 15:24:46
GRAZZINI ANTON FRANCESCO.
Nella Stamperia di Francesco Moucke 1741-42 Due volumi di cm. 19, pp. lxii (2) 379 (1); xxvii (1) 392. Bel ritratto dell'autore all'antiporta del primo volume, frontespizi in rosso e nero con Frullone inciso. Solida ed elegante legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle, dorsi a nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Tagli superiori dorati, esemplare stampato su carta vergata, in barbe e con testimoni. In ottimo stato di conservazione. Stimata edizione citata dalla Crusca. Cfr. Razzolini e Gamba (535) il quale ci informa che "...Buona edizione... I versi, che furono od ommessi o dimezzati per ottenere dalla Censura la permissione della stampa, si trovano in qualche esemplare diligentemente suppliti a mano...". Ed è quest'ultimo il caso della nostra copia, in cui le parti mancanti sono completate in bella e chiara grafia ottocentesca.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-06-07 10:16:40
MONTAGU, ELIZABETH (1741-1832), Duchess of Manchester.
Folio album (mount dimensions 460 x 375 mm, vellum sheet dimensions 340 x 255 mm), comprising one manuscript calligraphic title 'Drawings by Elizabeth [Montagu] Duchess of Manchester' and 50 botanical paintings, body- and watercolours on vellum, the vellums mounted within green wash frame borders on heavy card, the vellums numbered consecutively 1-50, and botanical names in Latin and English, with places of origin, in pen on versos; contemporary straight-grained morocco, elaborate gilt panels with green and yellow morocco overlays with greek key border, floral border, gilt greek key dentelles, spine with elaborate gilt panels and green morocco label 'Drawings', gilt edges, bookplate and label of Kimbolton Castle on front marbled paper pastedown. A fine series of beautifully executed paintings of exotic flowering plants recently introducted into cultivation, and half of which come from South Africa. They are painted in the style of Ehret. Elizabeth Montagu (1741-1832) was an accomplished botanical artist, who may have been taught by Peter Brown (fl 1758-99), court painter to the Prince of Wales, and probable pupil of Georg Dionysius Ehret. The South African specimens reflect some of the introductions made by the botanist and plant collector Francis Masson (1741-1805), who was sent by Kew Gardens to South Africa in 1772 to collect plants and bulbs. He collected until the end of 1775, before going on to the Canaries, Azores, Maderia, and West Indies (where many of the other plants depicted derive from), returning to England in 1781. This time frame matches closely that of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk B.V.
2013-05-18 17:54:31
EGEDE, HANS:
Og Beskrivelse over det gamle Grønlands Situation, Luft, Temperament og Beskaffenhed; De gamle Norske Coloniers Begyndelse og Undergang der Samme-Steds, de itzige Indbyggeres Oprindelse, Væsen, Leve-Maade og Handtæringer, samt Hvad ellers Landet Yder og giver af sig, saasom Dyer, Fiske og Fugle &c. med hosføyet ny Land-Caart og andre Kaaber-Stykker over Landets Naturalier og Indbyggernis Handtæringer. Kbhvn. 1741. Med 11 kobberstukne plancher. (10) + 131 s. Indbundet i samtidigt halvlæder.. Mangler et kort over Grønland
Bookseller: Peter Grosell's Antikvariat
2013-05-05 15:23:20
Pluche, Noel-Antoine [1688-1761]; J. B. De Freval [Translator]
London: Prinied [sic] for J. Osborn; and sold by C. Rivington, C. Davis, T. Longman, T. Astley, S. Austen [and 7 others in London, 1 in Bath], 1741. Second Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Two volumes uniformly bound in contemporary full-leather with matching gilt lettered title pieces within spine compartments; firm, square and very presentable in nicely polished condition; contents very clean and tight, not showing any pen-marks and with no loose leaves; all plates present and in very good shape, bright and sharp; also, this copy not from a library so no such stamps or labels; size: 8vo (215mm x 130mm); collation: pp. x, [2], 288, [8] index; 312, [8] index, 1-[92] A Revisal of the Work, and [25] leaves of plates. Provenance: from the collection of the 18th-century naturalist and scientist William Constable, F.R.S., F.S.A. [1721-1791], with his personal bookplate at the front pastedown of both volumes. A very good set indeed with a notable provenance. Scarce.
Bookseller: Prior Books
2013-05-04 23:58:02
GORDON, PATRICK:
17th edition, corrected, and somewhat enlarged; and a set of new maps, by Mr. Senex. London: D. Midwinter and others 1741. With 17 folding engraved maps. [22] + 432 pp. Bound in new full leather in old style. All maps present and in good condition. * The maps: World, Europe, Scandinavia, Moscovy, France, Germany, Poland, Spain and Portugal, Italy, Turkey in Europe, Scotland, England, Ireland, Asia, Africa, North America, and South America. On the North American map, California is shown as an island.
Bookseller: Grosells Antikvariat [DK]
2013-05-03 12:59:05
GARSAULT Fr. A. De (Capitaine en Survivance du Haras du Roi)
Jean Neaulme 1741 prima ediz., in 4° (cm 27x20,5), pp. 2 b., 34 nn., 512, cxxvij; leg. coeva p/cuoio, ds. a nervi con tit. e fregi in oro, rinforzati i fogli di guardia con carta marmor., front. in rosso e nero, grandi testatine e capil. floreali. L'opera comprende: Traité de la construction du cheval; Traité du haras; Traité de l'ecuyer; Le medecin, ou traité des maladies des chevaux; Le chirurgien ou traité des luxations, fractures, absces, playes et operations; Traité du marechal ferrant; L'apoticaire ou traité des medicamens; Dictionnaire des termes de Cavalerie, ed è ill. da 29 splendide tavv. ripiegate che riproducono varie razze di cavalli, loro strutture fisiche, finimenti ed accessori, e da 20 tavv. con vari tipi di piante. Manca la tav. n° 15 delle erbe, piccolo restauro ben eseguito al ds. e lievi fior.; Graesse, III, p. 31. Ottimo e raro. 558/24
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria La Fenice
2013-04-19 20:49:39
Stockholm, 1741-67. 28 volymer. Ej kollationerade. Handlingarna är illustrerade med utvikbara graverade planscher,Samtida något nötta uniforma halvskinnband.. Volymerna på bilden är representativa för hela sviten
Bookseller: Antikvariat Röda Rummet AB
2013-04-01 23:16:59
STRETZER Thomas D1738
W Jones 1741. Containing a topographical, geographical and natural history of that country. In quarter black leather with marbled boards, edges and corners a little worn. Spine is worn, title and tooling in gilt, edges bumped. Internally, fairly recent endpapers, no frontis, 47 pp, title page, dedication, edition and text all lightly browned. A bawdy work describing the parts of the female body. Very popular at the time with 10 editions in the same year. The imprint is false and was actually published in London by the unspeakable E Curll. Editors note states that the author was Roger Pheuquewell ie Thomas Stretzer. Very rare!
Bookseller: Madoc Books
2013-03-03 17:59:50
Cramer, John Andrew, M.D.
London: Printed for Tho. Woodward at the Half-Moon Between the Temple Gates, and C. Davis in Pater-Noster Row 1741, 1741.. First Edition. Hardback. 135mm x 210mm tall (5.25" x 8.25" approx.). Pp [xx], 470 + 8pp Index; + over 70 illustrative figs. on 6 multi-folding plates. The title leaf and final four leaves reinforced with archival quality tape. Otherwise sound and presented here in a binding by Cadwaladr-Jones of quarter brown calf/marbled boards/gilt spine title and Author's name on, respectively, gilt ruled red and black leather labels. The title continues "...The Whole Deduced from the true Properties and Nature of Fossils; confirmed by the most accurate and unquestionable Experiments, explained in a natural Order, and with the utmost Clearness, Translated from the Latin, Illustrated with Copper Plates. To which are added, Several Notes and Observations not in the Original, particularly Useful to the English Reader. With an Appendix, containing a List of the chief Authors that have been published in English upon Minerals and Metals". Photograph/s and postal quotes provided on request
Bookseller: Christopher Baron
2013-01-31 04:54:20
Polibio.
Due volumi di cm. 27, (20) 374 (2); (10) 306; 255, (1). Marca tipografica ripetuta a ciascun frontespizio, capolettera, testate e 18 carte geografiche incise in rame e ripiegate f.t. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli su doppio tassello ai dorsi. Tagli colorati. Esemplare genuino e particolarmente marginoso, ben conservato. Edizione basata sulla stampa cinquecentesca del Giolito. Cfr. Paitoni, III, 177: ""... secondo il testo greco stampato in Parigi l'anno 1609... tanto questi, quanto la raccolta delle Ambascerie, ed ogni altra giunta, sono lavoro del Signor Giulio Lando..."".
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-29 20:10:40
Altona, Hüller 1741.. 4 Bll. - II. Verordnung betreffend die den Consuls obliegende Verrichtungen nebst den ihnen beygelegten Consulat-Geldern. 10. Febr. 1749. Altona, Burmester 1749. 4 Bll. - III. Interims-Placat betreffend den Handel nach den Dänischen Colonien in America und auf der Küste von Guinea, 30. August 1754. Ebda., 1754. 2 Bll. - IV. Reglement und Verordnung, betreffend was die commercirende Unterthanen sämtlicher Sr. Königl. Majestät Reichen, Fürstenthümer, Grafschaften und Landen zu Kriegszeiten zwischen Seemächten in Ansehung der Schiffahrt zu beobachten. 6. August 1756. Ebda., 1756. 8 Bll. - V. Verordnung betreffend, das künftig die gewöhnlichen Flaggen der Schiffe, so nach der Strasse und Mittelländischen See gehen, mit dem königl. Chiffre distinguiret seyn sollen. 25. März 1757. Ebda., 1757. Mit Holzschnitt-Abbildung der Flagge. 2 Bll. - VI. Verzeichnis der Königl. Dänischen Consuls an auswärtigen Handels-Plätzen, und der von ihnen constituirten Vice-Consuls. Nach dem Alphabet der Länder und Gebiete. Ebda., 1759. 2 Bll. - VII. Verordnung betreffend die Bestrafung der Betriegereyen in Handel und Wandel, 2. Januarii 1759. Ebda., 1759. 2 Bll. Neuer Pappband. 4°.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2013-01-15 09:14:12
(HOLBERG, LUDVIG). - A UTOPIAN MASTERPIECE.
Hafniæ & Lipsiæ [Copenhagen & Leipzig], Jacob Preuss, 1741. Bound later in a fine brown hmorocco. Gilt spine with gilt lettering. (Binding signed by Rigmor Birkedal Kragh). Engraved title-page. Complete with the engaved frontispiece-portrait and the three engraved plates, including the large folded map of the "Underworld". Scattered brownspots. ¶ First edition of this influential utopian masterpiece. The satirical piece of science fiction by the "father of Danish Literature", the famous Danish professor of Law and Philosophy, Ludvig Holberg, can be compared in style and setup to Swift's "Gulliver's Travels", which was published 15 years earlier. The sharp political satire is not bound to a specific nation, but to the entire human race, and thus gives a picture of human conditions and thought in general in this period. Though the work does not bear a title which directly indicates its obvious utopian connections, as does for instance More's "Utopia", the name of the land of the living trees, in which Niels Klim arrives, "Potu", is very likely to constitute a word game indicating it's obvious literary intention: Spelled backwards we get: "UTOP". The quaint creatures and societies that Niels Klim meets in the underworld are said to be comparable to the characterization he gives in his Epistles (III) of the different European peoples, and thus we find satirical examples of the English mixed with the Dutch (in Potu) and the French mixed with the Germans (in Martinia). "I det hele er Modsætningen mellem Potu, Ideallandet - det kaldes virkelig saaledes i Bogens Slutning - og Marti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2013-01-11 19:45:59
John Oldmixon
J. Brotherton, J. Clarke et al, London, 1741. Second Edition. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Very Good Condition. 2 volumes attractively rebound in modern full crushed green morocco in an antique style, spines uniformly sunned to brown. Complete with 8 maps. Light offsetting to maps, map of the Americas starting to split at one fold, chip to Barbados map just touching border, some toning to leaves, minor staining to titles with author's name mounted to both (Oldmixon's name was omitted from the title pages of the 2nd edition). Expanded and edited edition, originally printed in 1708. The folding maps depict: North America, New England, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania; New Foundland and New Scotland; Virginia and Maryland; Carolina; Barbados; St. Christopher Island; and Jamaica. "In the first edition there is much relative to Pennsylvania, apparently derived from personal communication with William Penn, but it is omitted or abridged in the edition of 1741; while on the other hand, the history is continued in the latter down to the date of its publication. The story of William Penn and the Indian princess, as related by himself to the author, is first given in the second edition. So much as relates to Carolina is reprinted in Carroll’s “Collections,” Vol. II." Sabin 57157. Howes O61 Size: Octavo (8vo). 2-volume set (complete). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 042437. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2013-01-09 20:44:51
Heister Lorenz.
Due volumi in uno di cm. 20, pp. (4) xxvi, 207 (1); 190 + (44) di indici ed errata. Con ritratto dell'autore all'antiporta, vignetta al frontespizio e 9 tavole ripiegate fuori testo. Il tutto finemente inciso in rame. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a nervi con titoli in oro su tassello. Tagli rossi. Ottima conservazione. Belle e nitidamente incise le tavole.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2013-01-05 23:18:35
Taylor, Jacob:
Philadelphia: Printed and Sold by Andrew Bradford, [1741].. [32]pp. 12mo. Printed self-wrappers, stitched. Contemporary ink inscription ("Jacob Taylor") in upper margin of titlepage; contemporary ink correction on p.[27]. Cellophane tape joining signature at spine, occasional minor foxing. Else bright, clean, and very good. In a half morocco and cloth box. An almanac by Jacob Taylor, who published his important Pennsylvania almanac for the years 1700 to 1746. It is a distinct possibility that the present copy was owned and signed by Taylor, as his inscribed name on the titlepage is accompanied later in the volume by a manuscript correction to a poem ("manumated" becomes "manumitted"). Taylor took the poetry in his almanacs seriously, printing excerpts of PARADISE LOST in 1741, and composing well-received verse of his own. In addition to the calendar, this 1746 almanac contains a substantial amount of poetry; lists of courts, fairs, and Quaker meetings; and a discussion of Hannibal's oath before the gods. This he concludes with a quote from the 1739 almanac of "R. Saunders" (Benjamin Franklin's Poor Richard) on the dangers of false wit and pride in the present age, commenting favorably on Saunders, "By wicked Wit the Truth is often drown'd; Here certain Truth adorn'd with Wit is found" (p.[23]). Taylor's almanac was printed by different Philadelphia printers over time. Some were printed by Franklin, but this one was issued by Andrew Bradford, one of Franklin's rivals and the son of William Bradford, the first printer in Philadelphia. DRAKE 9634. EVANS … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2013-01-05 21:04:23
Cassani, Joseph
First -and only- edition of this extremely rare and important work on the Jesuit Missions in New Granada (current Colombia), including extensive information on the Orinoco. The work is rich in information regarding the labor and progresses made by the Societas Iesu, the local costumes, way of life, and the history of the region. It also includes information taken from earlier Jesuit sources, mainly those of father Gumilla, who focuses more on the Orinoco. "... a very important chronicle of a part of America where there exists very little documentation. It is a work that, with that of Piedrahita, forms a complete history of New Granada" (Leclerc). Cassani (1673 -1750) was a Spanish Jesuit professor of mathematics and astronomy, a prolific writer and learned scholar and ultimately one of the founders of the Academia de la Lengua Española (1713); amongst his works we count the Tratado de la naturaleza y origen de los cometas (Madrid, 1737) and a part of the famed biography of the Jesuits Varones Ilustres de la Compañia de Jesus. As a Jesuit, he had access to the letters and relations from missionaries to America, which allowed him to compose this chronicle on the Jesuit exploits in Colombia. This work is ostensibly the most important and comprehensive made on the subject to the time of its publication. Illustrated with a folding map of Colombia and Venezuela, by Minguet after the map by Gumilla -published in his "El Orinoco Ilustrado", 1741-, which shows the locations of the full network of Jesuit missions in the region; it includes the mouth of the Orinoco River, the North o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2013-01-05 21:04:23
Cassani, Joseph
First edition of one of the most influential and richest sources of information on the Jesuits in Colombia. 1741. Madrid. Manuel Fernández. In folio (292 mm x 200 mm). 1  [blank] + 14 ff. + 618 + 1 ff. + folding map. Contemporary limp vellum, lacking ties, gently soiled, entirely unrestored. A fine, fresh and tall copy, last folios with damp stain on inner lower margin, last folio with paper loss away from text, scattered foxing or browning but overall excellent with the appeal of a genuine copy.First -and only- edition of this extremely rare and important work on the Jesuit Missions in New Granada (current Colombia), including extensive information on the Orinoco. The work is rich in information regarding the labor and progresses made by the Societas Iesu, the local costumes, way of life, and the history of the region. It also includes information taken from earlier Jesuit sources, mainly those of father Gumilla, who focuses more on the Orinoco. "... a very important chronicle of a part of America where there exists very little documentation. It is a work that, with that of Piedrahita, forms a complete history of New Granada" (Leclerc). Cassani (1673 -1750) was a Spanish Jesuit professor of mathematics and astronomy, a prolific writer and learned scholar and ultimately one of the founders of the Academia de la Lengua Española (1713); amongst his works we count the Tratado de la naturaleza y origen de los cometas (Madrid, 1737) and a part of the famed biography of the Jesuits Varones Ilustres de la Compañia de Jesus. As a Jesuit, he had access to the letters and relations f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books
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2013-01-05 15:12:24
Heister, Lorenz / Ulhoorn, Hendrik (medew.);
Amsterdam : By de Janssoons van Waesberge, 1741 . Gebonden in lederen banden, 2 volumes, illustraties, 4°,1278pp. + register 58pp. Mooie set! Twee delen, met 26 uitslaande gegraveerde platen,+ 2 volbladgravures en 9 vignetten. Deel I : titelgravure/ titelpagina met vignet/ vignetten : 1(opdrachtpagina), 2(42), 3(443), 4(596)/ uitslaande gegraveerde platen : I(12-13), II(36-37), III(116-117), IV(138-139), V(170-171), VI(254-255), VII(516-517), VIII(564-565), IX(596-597)/ volbladgravure : I( 575). Deel II : titelpagina met vignet/ uitslaande gegraveerde platen : X(662-663, maar plaat zelf vermeldt pp.643), XI(672-673, vermeldt 675), XII(714-715), XIII(730-731), XIV(786-787, vermeldt 789), XV( 842-843, vermeldt 845), XVI( 854-855, vermeldt 856), XVII(884-885), XVIII(900-901), XVIIII(978-979, vermeldt 981), XX(1002-1003), XXI(1010-1011), XXII(1020-1021, vermeldt 1023), XXIII(1050-1051), XXIX(1094-1095, vermeldt 1097), XXV(1128-1129, vermeldt 1131), XXVI(1176-1177)/ vignetten : 5(821), 6(875), 7(1096), 8(1120), 9(einde Bladwyzer= eind deel II)/ volbladgravure : 2(543 ).
Bookseller: ERIK TONEN BOOKSELLER
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2013-01-04 16:14:06
Deparcieux Antoine.
Cm. 25, pp. (2) xii (6) 118 (204) (2) 169 (1). Testate e capolettera figurati e 17 tavole incise in rame e ripiegate fuori testo raffiguranti prevalentemente quadranti solari. Legatura coeva in piena pelle bazzana, dorso a nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Sguardie marmorizzate con etichetta di possesso applicata: Del Marchese Balbiano. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato con solo qualche traccia d'usura alle punte. Edizione originale (ed unica?) di questo trattato di matematica applicata seguito da un lungo testo di gnomonica. L'autore (1703 - 1768) dedicò la sua ricerca soprattutto all'ambito delle invenzioni ed assurse ad una certa fama per la precisione con cui costruiva i suoi quadranti solari. Fu ammesso all'Académie des Sciences nel 1746.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-12-31 13:52:02
Öländska och gothländska resa på riksens högloflige ständers befallning förrättad åhr 1741. Med anmärkningar uti oeconomien, naturalhistorien, antiquiteter &c. med åtskillige figurer. Sthlm och Uppsala, hos G. Kiesewetter, 1745. 8:o. (14),344,(30) s. & 2 utvikbara grav. kartor & 1 utvikbar grav. plansch. Med flera träsnittsillustrationer i texten. Bra halvpergamentbd med ljusbrunt infärgat titelfält och gamla rödstänkta snitt (Johanna Röjgård). Inlagan genomgående lätt lagerfläckig och med några sporadiska småfläckar, bl.a. en liten tryckfärgsplump i texten på s. 272-73.. Soulsby A catalogue of the works of Linnæus 202. Bring Itineraria svecana 148. Hebbe Den svenska lantbrukslitteraturen 322. Molér Bidrag till en gotländsk bibliografi 611. Kartan över Öland är signerad C. Bergquist. Sten Lindroth skriver om Linnés resa som påbörjades våren 1741: "Beslut därom hade fattats av ständerna, och instruktion utfärdades av Manufakturkontoret. Enligt den skulle han på de båda öarna uppspåra färgväxter för textilindustrin, leta efter ler- och jordarter, förteckna apoteksörter samt i övrigt anteckna allt som hörde till naturalhistorien. Linné organiserade expeditionen, liksom förut dalaresan, i form av en resesocietet med sex yngre medhjälpare, av vilka en svarade för botaniken, en för mineralogin, en för kassan osv. I mitten av maj bar det av, över Sörmland och Östergötland nådde sällskapet Kalmar för att överskeppas till Öland; i slutet av augusti var man tillbaka i Stockholm."
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström
2012-12-30 22:22:30
Noris Enrico.
Cm. 41, pp. (14) + 758 + 380 (2) num. per colonne. Bellissima antiporta figurata, frontespizio in rosso e nero con vignetta centrale, ritratto a piena pagina del Principe Vescovo di Trento Domenico Antonio cui l'opera è dedicata, due grandi testate e capolettera istoriati. Il tutto finemente inciso in rame (Fr. Zucchi). Legatura strettamente coeva in cart. alla rustica con nervi passanti e titoli ms. al dorso. Bell'esemplare, particolarmente marginoso, a carte candide ed in perfetto stato di conservazione. Alcune figure xilografiche sono presenti nel testo delle lettere (prevalentemente di medaglie). Edizione originale. postuma di un'opera scritta nel 1764-65 ""in occasione dei romori tra la Santa Sede e la Francia per le Regalie de' Vescovadi"". Franceso Bianchini ebbe il manoscritto quando morì il Card. Noris e lo diede a Clemente XI. Quest'ultimo lo passò a Giusto Fontanini che è il curatore ed il copiatore di quest'edizione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-12-27 19:51:25
PLUTARCH.
Gul. Darres, & Claud. Dubosc., Londini [London] 1741. Big 4to. (4)+96+107 pages. Bound in a contemporary full leather binding of speckled calf. With five raised bands on the spine which is also richly gilt. All edges of the sides are also with gilt decoration. Gilt owner's initials on the front board - B.C.R. (Bibliotheca Communitatis Regiae in Copenhagen, established 1777). The upper part of the spine with a very small opening to the hinges. There is a small hole and miscolouring on the flyleaf from a burning. Slight browning on the pages. Old name on titlepage. Otherwise a very nice and presentable copy.. Brunet IV, 747.** Beautifully printed edition of works attributed to Plutarch printed in London.*** Nice provenance. The book belonged to the Danish historian and book collector P.F. Suhm who has written his name on the titlepage. An avid collector Suhm owned more than 100.000 books
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat
2012-12-27 16:26:49
(CORMONTAIGNE, LOUIS de).
Haye, Jean Nulme et Adrian Moetjens, 1741. 4to. All three parts bound in one contemp. hcalf, richly gilt spine. Tome-and titlelabels with gilt lettering. A paperlabel pasted on upper compartment. Corners a bit bumped. Stamps on first titlepage. 2 titlepages in red/black with engraved vignette.VI,(1),139,(5);148,(16) pp. Anhang: (8),99 pp. With 40 large folded engraved plates. Light browning to the first ca. 10 leaves and verso of the last. Otherwise fine and clean, printed on good paper. ¶ First edition. - Klaus Jordan: 765.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2012-12-27 08:32:01
De Castera, Duperron:
Paris, Chez Huart, Libraire-Impremeur de Monfeigneus le Dauphin, 1741.. Hardback, original calf with raised bands on spine and fine gilt ornament, marbled end-papers and fine vignette on page iii, pp. xx, 361, [vii], 3 folding pls., sm. 8vo. (6.5" x 3.4"), hinges slightly cracked but sound, otherwise a very fine, clean copy internally. Rare.
Bookseller: Baldwin's Scientific Books
2012-12-26 15:27:23
LA METTRIE (Julien Offray de)
Paris, Ant. Cl. Briasson, 1741, in 12, de 4ff. 301pp. 1f., pl. veau marbré époque, dos orné, bon exemplaire. Edition originale de ce texte peu commun. La Mettrie, médecin et philosophe matérialiste, a été l'élève de Boerhaave à Leyde en 1733 . L'ouvrage lui est dédié : "C'est dans vos savantes leçons & dans vos divins ouvrages que j'ai puise cette théorie...". Rappelons aussi que la première édition complète en français des "Eléments de chimie" de Boerhaave n'a été publiée qu'en 1748. Le texte est suivi du : "Traité du vertige, avec la description d'une catalepsie hystérique, & une lettre a Monsieur Astruc ...." qui contient la description détaillée d'une catalepsie hystérique d'une jeune fille de Saint-Malo, soit 30 ans avant la première publication de Mesmer. ¶ Tchemerzine VI***, p.460 - Quérard Fr. litt. IV.496 - Duveen 336 : "A little-known work by the famous materialist philosopher, and author of l'homme machine." - Pas dans Crabtree.
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2012-12-26 06:58:17
BOURREAU-DESLANDES (André-François)
à Londres, chez Van der Hoek, (Hollande, Amsterdam ?), 1741, in 12, de XLVI-138pp. & 17ff. d'index 1f. blanc, front gravé signé P. Yver, pl. veau époque, dos orné, coiffe sup. très lég. usée, bon exemplaire. Edition originale. L'ouvrage a été imprimé en Hollande, sans doute à Amsterdam. Cette édition est tantôt répertoriée sous la date de 1712, tantôt sous celle de 1741. La difficulté provient de la mauvaise impression de la date en chiffres romains. Les catalogues de Bibliothèques ne tranchent pas cette question (CCFR, KVK). Toutefois après recherche c'est la date de 1741 qui doit être retenue car le graveur hollandais Pieter Yver a vécu de 1712 à 1787. C'est un texte libre et féministe, une "bagatelle traitée dogmatiquement" où l'auteur "soutient les droits [du Beau-Sexe], et par occasion indique la manière dont ils doivent en user avec cette belle partie du Genre Humain". Et en particulier "du saisissement et de l'enthousiasme que procurent les parties naturelles du corps de la femme, nommées avec peu de raison parties honteuses" (sic) ¶ Selon Marc Angenot, Les champions des femmes : examen du discours sur la supériorité des femmes (Pr. Univ. Québec, 1977, pp. 75-77) : " La thèse singulière défendue dans ce libelle à permis de n'y voir qu'une plaisante supercherie. Mais il est des supercheries qui tiennent plus de l'expérience spéculative que de la mystification pure et simple.... ce titre, il faut le prendre ici dans toute sa rigueur. Apothéose signifie bien étymologiquement "divinisation". Et "sexe" doit s'entendre non, selon le vocabulaire noble... mais bien précisém … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens
2012-12-24 10:37:48
CHÂTELET, Émilie, Marquise Du.
A distinguished copy of the rare first separate edition of her important memoir on fire, in which she suggested that different colors of light carried different heating power and anticipated the existence of infrared radiation. This copy with a manuscript correction and diagram in the author's hand; finely bound and presented to Durival, with a portrait of Châtelet, together with Mairan's 1741 letter attacking her theory of vis viva, and including Chatelet's response to it. (Neville, Historical Chemical Library, 268).<br/><br/> Madame Châtelet (1706-1749), an intimate friend of Voltaire, is best known in the history of science for her translation of Newton's <i>Principia</i> into French. "At the end of August 1737 Mme. du Châtelet finished an important memoir on fire (<i>Dissertation sur la nature et la propagation du feu</i>), written for a prize competition organized by the Académie des Sciences. Voltaire entered the same contest, creating for this purpose a small chemistry laboratory at Cirey, but Mme. du Châtelet succeeded in preparing her memoir and sending it to the Academy without his knowledge. The results of the competition were announced on 16 April 1738: the prize was divided among Euler and two authors of second rank; only their memoirs were to be published. However, Voltaire arranged for his memoir and that of Mme. du Châtelet to be included with the winning memoirs; the first edition-identical to the definitive edition of 1752-appeared in April 1739. In 1744 Mme. du Châtelet secured the publication of a slightly modified edition of her memoir." (DSB). <br/><br … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophia Rare Books
2012-12-22 14:27:40
Gionta Stefano.
Cm. 19, pp. (8) 214. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con effige virgiliona, fregi xilografici nel testo. Legatura strettamente coeva in cart. ricoperto di carta dipinta. Esemplare genuino ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Celebre cronaca storica che vide la luce già dal '500 e che fu aggiornata fino alla presente edizione. Coleti (p. 102) indica in Federico Amadei il continuatore dell'opera.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-11-28 03:30:02
Geheimdienst - -
36 S. Rückenbroschur. 4°. Der schottischstämmige Militär Malcom Sinclair (geb. 1690) war als Geheimdienstoffizier an der Ottomanischen Pforte tätig; während seiner Rückkehr nach Schweden, wo er ein Schreiben des Sultans an den schwedischen Hof überbringen sollte, wurde er von Agenten der Zarin Anna im schlesischen Grünberg ermordet. Das Verbrechen wurde mit zum Auslöser des Schwedisch-Russischen Krieges (1741-1743). Anders Odel komponierte 1739 zur Erinnerung an die Tat die noch heute in Schweden bekannte "Sinclairsvisan", bzw. die in Schottland bekannte Sinclair Ballad. - Etwas gebräunt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2012-10-18 12:06:49
Mosheim, Johann Lorenz von:
Helmstedt, Fridericum Christianum Weygand, 1741.. 2 Blatt, 138 [recte 148] + 216 Seiten. Mit gestoch. Titelvignette und gefalteter Kupferstichkarte von S. Dorn. 22 x 17 cm. Lederband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung (oberes Kapital etwas bestoßen).. *Streit VII, 3274; Cordier, BS 765. ADB XXII, 399. Erste Ausgabe. Kritische Geschichte der katholischen Mission in China. Im Anhang 100 Quellen zur Frühgeschichte der Chinamission, darunter ein Abdruck der nestorianischen Inschrift von Xian nach Kircher und zahlreiche Dokumente der mittelalterlichen Franziskanermission während der Mongolenherrschaft. - Mosheim (1694-1755), ein protestantischer Theologe und Kirchhistoriker, war "einer der ersten deutschen Gelehrten und Schriftsteller seiner Zeit überhaupt. Geßner sagt von ihm: 'ubi Moshemius, ibi academia' [WS 3]. Er besaß vor Allem ein hervorragendes Form- und Sprachtalent. Es gab wenige seiner Zeitgenossen, die ein so klares und elegantes Latein und daneben ein so fließendes und geschmackvolles Deutsch zu schreiben wußten; ja er galt seinen Zeitgenossen geradezu als der erste deutsche Prosaist" ADB). - Vorsätze und Titel mit Randbräunung, insgesamt sauberes und sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun
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2012-09-27 10:28:15
McSWINY, Owen.
Paris: for MacSwinney, [1741] - Within mounts c.630 × 400 mm. Copper engravings with etching. Light toning overall, but otherwise very good. A rather raffish character, McSwiny made and lost "a moderate younger brother's fortune" as a theatrical impresario in London. With the failure of Handel's Teseo in 1713 he was bankrupted and forced to flee abroad. Settling in Italy he continued to act as an agent for Italian opera in London, recruiting singers and recommending operas, but also moved into the commissioning of works of art from young Italian painters. It was McSwiny's patronage that helped establish the close connection between Canaletto and England. In the 1720s he commissioned a team of Venetian and Bolognese artists, including Canaletto, Cimaroli, Creti and Ricci, to produce a series of capriccio landscapes featuring allegorical tombs celebrating great men of recent English history. The Duke of Richmond was an important patron of the enterprise, acquiring at least ten of the paintings, and in the 1730s a prospectus was issued inviting subscriptions from "the Ladies and Gentlemen of Taste of Great Britain" for a volume of engravings based on the paintings. These were finally produced in Paris in 1741 drawn by Creti's pupil Domenico Maria Fratta and employing some of the finest French engravers of the period, including Tardieu, Beauvais and Cochin. Each finely-engraved plate features a ruined classical tomb rendered in superb architectural detail within an Italianate landscape. These serve as the setting for complex allegorical scenes illustrative of the quotations fro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
2012-09-04 16:02:32
SALMON, Thomas.
Amsterdam, Isaac Tirion, 1741.Contemporary half calf, spine gilt. With engraved title, 2 folding maps (India and Ceylon), and 10 engraved plates (7 folding). (8),680,(8) pp.Original issued as Modern history: or present state of all nations. London 1725-1739. Translated into Dutch:Hedendaagsche historie, of tegenwoordige staat alle volkeren. Volume III contains an ample description of India, Bangladesh, Birma and Ceylon. Tiele 1033; Cordier, B.I., col. 731; Goonetileke 2049. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
2012-07-26 02:18:49
Various Authors. Printed and Sold By John Atkinson
John Atkinson, John Hinton, J. Marshall, John Clark, Geo. Strahan, T. Harris, J. Hodges, T. Wright, London. London: John Atkinson, John Hinton, J. Marshall, John Clark, Geo. Strahan, T. Harris, J. Hodges, T. Wright, 1741. Undated [1741]. Externally fair, internally good to very good. Collected stories, letters, anecdotes, verses, excerpts from the classics, etc., by various authors, intended for the instruction and amusement of the reader. Full leather appropriate to the period, raised spine bands, no lettering, 432, [8] pages. Covers heavily rubbed with surface splits to the joints but covers secure, binding sound, pages lightly age-toned but clean, no names or other markings. Hard Cover. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Resource Books, LLC [East Granby, CT, U.S.A.]
2012-07-01 14:18:49
XENOPHON.
Oxonii Oxford E Theatro Sheldoniano imprensis Jacobi Fletcher. Londini: apud C. Rivington J. & P. Knapton R. Manby J. Nourse; & Gul. Thurlbourn Cantab, 1741. 8vo in 4s, (195x1223mm), [8],349,[19]p. engraved frontispiece portrait by M Burg, title page in red and black; a tear in the foremargin of N1 (without loss), otherwise internally a clean and crisp copy. Contemporary calf, rubbed, split at the joints and worn at the corner tips, a small piece of leather inlaid, by way of repair, on the front cover, but a much better copy than it sounds! (Morrison, Bibliography of editions, translations, and commentary on Xenophon's Socratic writings 502). The first edition of B. Simpson's edition of Zehonophon's Memorabilia, including the 'apology,' and with J. Leunclavius' Latin translation. The Greek text is printed in the top half of the page in what, to this cataloguer's untutored eye, appears to be the Fell Type Double Pica Greek capitals and Great Primer Greek No 1; being Robert Granjon's Paragon Greek cut for Plantin in 1565, with additions and replacements cut for John Fell by De Walpergen; together with one of the three-line Pica Capitals used as an initial letter at the start of Liber primus. (Morison, `Fell types' pp. 98-103, 108) The Latin translation is printed below the Greek, there are two attractive wood-engraved head- and tail-pieces, and the final verso carries a list of publisher's titles. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Barry McKay Rare Books [Appleby-in-Westmorland, CUMBR, United Kingdom]
2012-06-30 20:17:06
DILLENIUS, JOHANN JAKOB [Dillen, Johann Jakob]
Oxonii : e theatro Sheldoniano (Oxford), 1741. pp. xvi, 576; 85 engraved plates. A very good copy with wide margins to both the letterpress and plates. Later full calf rebacked to stye, very good with slight wear only, a little rubbing to edges and corners a little worn. Contents good and tight, marbled end papers, discreet bookplate of Mr. James Lidderdale to the front paste-down; a little spotting/foxing, otherwise no annotations or inscriptions. A very good copy. Very scarce - only 250 copies of the first edition were printed. [Henrey 639; Nissen BBI 491] "One of the earliest English botanical books in which references to Linnaeus's works are to be found" (Henrey 2:271).. First Edition. Hardback. Very Good/No dust jacket. Large 4to (24 x 29cm).
Bookseller: Loe Books
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2012-06-28 17:16:26
Frédéric II, Roi de Prusse]
Chez Abram. Vandenhoeck, Gottingen, 1741. In 8°, pagg. XVI, 191, (6) con alcuni capilettera, testalini e finalini xilografici, testo su 2 colonne; leg. piena pergamena coeva, tit. oro su tassello. Opera nata dalla collaborazione tra Federico II e Voltaire, e la cui pubblicazione fu curata da quest'ultimo, in cui furono esposte ideologie di pace e contrarie alla filosofia machiavellica. La prima edizione risale al 1740 stampata presso La Haye. A questa fecero seguito numerose altre edizioni (la nostra manca al Barbier). Alcune bruniture sparse tipiche della carta e piccoli fori di tarlo limitati alle sguardie; esemplare nel complesso ottimo. Barbier, I, 215 (cita altre edizioni). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Giuseppina Biggio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2012-06-28 15:59:19
COSTA, Diogo da [pseudonym of André da Luz].
Porto, Na Officina de Antonio Pedroso Coimbra, 1741. 4°, modern plain wrappers. Small typographical vignette on title page. A few minor stains. In good to very good condition. (10 ll.). *** First or second edition; another appeared in Lisbon in the same year (in 2 different issues). This tract was meant to counteract the confused and contradictory reports that appeared during the three years' warfare in and around Baçaim (Bassein), between Portuguese troops and the Maratha.By 1736 the Portuguese had been at work for four years constructing the fortress of Thana, and the workers were unpaid and unfed. The townspeople finally invited the Marathas to take possession of the island of Salsette, preferring their rule to the oppression of the Portuguese. The Marathas attacked several Portuguese outposts in 1736. Most of this work deals with the battle for Baçaim, an important Portuguese trading post on the west coast of India that fell to the Maratha in 1738. Included here are descriptions of the deaths of General Martinho da Sylveira, General Pedro de Mello and Lieutenant Colonel João Malhão. Shorter sections describe attacks on Madapor, Damão, Chaul, Diu and Salsette. Perhaps the most original contribution of this text is a description related in the final two pages of a naval battle on March 5, 1739 at Mangalore between the Portuguese ship Victoria, under the command of Antonio Brito Freire, and ten smaller vessels under the command of Savaji Angaria: the Portuguese vessel gave a very good account of itself, but was finally put out of action after inflicting considerable losses … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2012-06-27 15:23:32
. Altkolorierter Kupferstich n. Guillaume de L' Isle b. Jean Covens & Corneille Mortier in Amsterdam, 1741, 47,5 x 60,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Koeman C & M 6. - Zeigt Südafrika mit Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Mosambique, Kongo, Sambia, Angola u. Madagaskar. - Über der Karte Kopftitel mit Verlegeradresse von Covens & Mortier; unten rechts Kartusche mit Meilenzeiger.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas
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2012-06-26 19:07:04
Rabelais, François.
Amsterdam, Bernard, 1741. 4to. 3 vols. (8), XXXVI, 526 pp. (4), XXXIV, 383 (but: 381) pp. (14), 218 (but: 216), 150, (34) pp. With 2 engr. titles, 1 engr. portrait, 1 engr. frontispiece, 3 engr. title vignettes, 13 engr. headpieces, 12 engr. tailpieces, 1 folding engr. map, and 16 (3 folding) engr. plates. Contemp. calf with double giltstamped label to spine, attractively gilt spine, and triple gilt cover fillets. Leading edges gilt; all egdes gilt. Second edition of the first critical Rabelais edition by Jacques Le Duchat; the first to contain these illustrations. The charming vignettes in Pompeian style are mostly by B. Picart; the second portrait of the poet in vol. II is framed by rich allegorical decorations. The three folding plates in vol. I show views of Rabelais' birth house. - Beautiful bindings with professionally restored spine-ends. Slight tear to pp. XIII-XVI in vol. I; altogether a very clean, virtually unbrowned copy. Engraved bookplate by the French antiquary, collector, and occasional poet Jules Couderc, whose collection was sold by Drouot in Paris in 1914, on front pastedown. Sander 1631. Cohen/Ricci 840. Tchemerzine IX, 319 b. Lewine 439. Fürstenberg coll. 157. Fürstenberg 71. Oberlé 353 ("C'est la plus importante édition illustrée de Rabelais au XVIIIe siècle"). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-06-24 19:45:49
Wilford, John.
Printed for John Wilford, at the Three Flower-de-Luces, in the Old Bailey., London. 1741 - . "FROM THE YEAR ONE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED TO THE PRESENT TIME. COLLECTED AND COMPILED FROM ABOVE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DIFFERENT AUTHORS, SEVERAL SCARCE PIECES AND SOME ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS, COMMUNICATED TO THE EDITOR. TO WHICH IS ADDED, AN APPENDIX OF MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS, IN LATIN AND ENGLISH. LIKEWISE CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES, AND AN INDEX TO THE WHOLE.". [iv, (8), 788pp, 42pg Appendix, 2pg Index]. Rebound in beautiful dark brown calf leather with raised spine bands, red leather title label and gilt lettering in spine compartment, decorative gilt outlining on front and back boards, marbled endpapers. Title page has red and black lettering. Text has engraved drop caps for each chapter. Title page has been repaired.Clean for the most part and very reabable.Intermintent toning.Heavy volume, additional shipping and handling will apply. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Eveleigh Books
2012-06-24 19:45:49
Wilford, John
London.: Printed for John Wilford, at the Three Flower-de-Luces, in the Old Bailey., 1741. ... "FROM THE YEAR ONE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED TO THE PRESENT TIME. COLLECTED AND COMPILED FROM ABOVE ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DIFFERENT AUTHORS, SEVERAL SCARCE PIECES AND SOME ORIGINAL MANUSCRIPTS, COMMUNICATED TO THE EDITOR. TO WHICH IS ADDED, AN APPENDIX OF MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS, IN LATIN AND ENGLISH. LIKEWISE CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES, AND AN INDEX TO THE WHOLE."... [iv, (8), 788pp, 42pg Appendix, 2pg Index]... Rebound in beautiful dark brown calf leather with raised spine bands, red leather title label and gilt lettering in spine compartment, decorative gilt outlining on front and back boards, marbled endpapers. Title page has red and black lettering. Text has engraved drop caps for each chapter... Title page has been repaired...Clean for the most part and very reabable...Intermintent toning...Heavy volume, additional shipping and handling will apply.... First Edition. Full-Leather. Near Fine.. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
Bookseller: Eveleigh Books & Stamps [U.S.A.]
2012-06-24 10:10:56
Thomas Salmon
In Napoli, Presso Francesco Ricciardi 1741 - Formato in 16°; 386 pagine. Legatura in pergamena solida coeva. Interno con aloni e ossidazioni sparse. Completo di tutte le Carte Geografiche del Thirion e delle incisioni a piena pagina. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Historia, Regnum et Nobilia
2012-06-23 12:24:19
[STEELE (Richard)]
(1741) Édition complète à cette date en six volumes, le septième volume paraîtra seulement en 1750, le huitième et dernier en 1754. Les six premiers volumes ont d'abord paru traduits en français de 1714 à 1726, en Hollande. Le traducteur des six premiers vol. n'est pas connu. Barbier IV, 560. Cet ouvrage est un recueil de discours sur tous les sujets qui ont été de véritables succès à leur sortie en feuilles (journal) en Angleterre au début du XVIIIème siècle.
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
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