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2019-10-11 13:56:23
DREUX DU RADIER
La Haye, 1741. ______ Format : In-12. Collation : VIII, 235, (1) pp. Reliure : Basane marbrée, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ "Le Dictionnaire d'amour, paru en 1741, est une petite perle qui mérite d'être redécouverte, une sorte de "dictionnaire philosophique" de l'amour que ni Voltaire ni Laclos n'auraient désavoué. Capable à la fois d'optimisme et de sarcasme, c'est une oeuvre ancrée dans l'ambition désinvolte et le militantisme philosophique des Lumières. (...) Il annonce aussi la maîtrise du langage et de ses masques qui atteindra son point d'incandescence dans les 'Liaisons dangereuses', quarante années plus tard. (...) Tous les dictionnaires d'amour qui paraissent après lui manquent d'unité et d'un dessein ferme, ce qui confirme en fin de compte l'absolue originalité de ce Dictionnaire d'amour." Stéphanie Loubegrre, Un abc libertin des Lumières : le Dictionnaire d'amour de Dreux du Radier, Dix-huitième siècle 2006/1 (n° 38). Première édition, ou plus probablement une contrefaçon de celle-ci. On trouve aussi cet ouvrage avec la mention imprimé "A Osnabrug". Gay, Lemonnyer I, 907 : "Rare. Mis à l'index à la vente Bergeret, en 1859". Relié à la suite : - BLANCHET, Jean. La logique de l'esprit et du coeur à l'usage des dames. La Haye, Paris, Cailleau, 1760. In-12 de 103, (1) pp. Jean Blanchet (Tournon, 1724-1778) a été professeur au collège des Jésuites de La Flêche, puis a été reçu médecin à Paris mais ne semble pas avoir exercé. Relié à la suite : - Sermon en faveur des cocus. A Cologne, Imprimé cette année présente. (Pays-Bas ?). In-12 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2019-10-11 13:38:11
UKRAINE (Ukrajina / Ukraina):
Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Matthäus Seutter b. Matthäus Seutter in Augsburg, n. 1741, 49,5 x 57,5 Sandler, Johann Baptista Homann, Die Homännischen Erben, Matthäus Seutter und Ihre Landkarten, S. 9, Nr. 153. - Zeigt die Ukraine mit der Krim (Crimea / Krym) Halbinsel u. dem Schwarzen Meer. - Mittig in der Karte Kiew. - Oben links dekorative Kartusche mit Kartentitel u. Verlegeradresse; oben rechts Kartusche mit 4 versch. Meilenzeigern und Erklärungen der Kartensymbole in 2 Spalten; darunter Kompaßrose; unter der Titelkartusche das Druckprivileg von Seutter.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2019-10-11 00:58:22
1741. Wenn Sie von dem US Marktplatz bestellen, können für die Pakete Steuern und Zollgebühren anfallen, die der Käufer später tragen muss.1741 Homann Ansicht und Map Of London, England und Umgebung Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. 1741 Homann Ansicht und Karte von London, England und Umgebung WIR VERKAUFEN NUR ORIGINAL ANTIKE KARTEN - KEINE REPRODUKTIONEN Titel: Regionis quae est circa Londinum, Specialis Representatio Geographica, ex autographo majori Londinensi desumta, Kurantibus HOMANIANIS Heredibus, 1741. Beschreibung: Ein schönes Beispiel für die ikonische Karte von Homann Heirs aus dem Jahr 1741 von London und Umgebung. Diese Karte basiert stark auf einer früheren Karte der Region von Thomas Bowles und deckt das Londoner Gebiet von Berkshire (einschließlich Windsor Castle) im Westen bis Shamel im Osten ab und erstreckt sich von Norden nach Norden bis nach Bedford. Konzentriert sich speziell auf Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Surrey, Essex und Kent. Bietet außergewöhnliche Details und zeigt Straßen, Dörfer, Londoner Straßen, Landgüter und in vielen Fällen einzelne Häuser. Der untere Teil des Blattes wird von einer dramatischen Vogelperspektive auf London und Westminster von Southwark über die Themse dominiert. Die Ansicht zeigt eine dicht besiedelte Darstellung zahlreicher Boote, Lastkähne und Segelschiffe. Größe: Der gedruckte Bereich ist 20 Zoll hoch und 22,5 Zoll breit. Bedingung: Sehr gut. Die ursprüngliche M … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Geographicus Rare Antique Maps (geographicusmaps) [11221, United States]
2019-10-10 17:34:44
DREUX DU RADIER
La Haye, 1741. ______ Format : In-12. Collation : VIII, 235, (1) pp. Reliure : Basane marbrée, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.). ____ "Le Dictionnaire d'amour, paru en 1741, est une petite perle qui mérite d'être redécouverte, une sorte de "dictionnaire philosophique" de l'amour que ni Voltaire ni Laclos n'auraient désavoué. Capable à la fois d'optimisme et de sarcasme, c'est une oeuvre ancrée dans l'ambition désinvolte et le militantisme philosophique des Lumières. (.) Il annonce aussi la maîtrise du langage et de ses masques qui atteindra son point d'incandescence dans les 'Liaisons dangereuses', quarante années plus tard. (.) Tous les dictionnaires d'amour qui paraissent après lui manquent d'unité et d'un dessein ferme, ce qui confirme en fin de compte l'absolue originalité de ce Dictionnaire d'amour." Stéphanie Loubegrre, Un abc libertin des Lumières : le Dictionnaire d'amour de Dreux du Radier, Dix-huitième siècle 2006/1 (n° 38). Première édition, ou plus probablement une contrefaçon de celle-ci. On trouve aussi cet ouvrage avec la mention imprimé "A Osnabrug". Gay, Lemonnyer I, 907 : "Rare. Mis à l'index à la vente Bergeret, en 1859". Relié à la suite : - BLANCHET, Jean. La logique de l'esprit et du coeur à l'usage des dames. La Haye, Paris, Cailleau, 1760. In-12 de 103, (1) pp. Jean Blanchet (Tournon, 1724-1778) a été professeur au collège des Jésuites de La Flêche, puis a été reçu médecin à Paris mais ne semble pas avoir exercé. Relié à la suite : - Sermon en faveur des cocus. A Cologne, Imprimé cette année présente. (Pays-Bas ?). In-12 de 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [Villefranche de Lauragais, France]
2019-10-10 15:44:21
Ephraim Chambers
London: D. Midwinter, 1741. Antiquarian leatherbound set of two volumes. Lavishly illustrated with full-page plates, as well as fold-outs. Books display pronounced overall wear to boards, with front board detached on first volume. Leather is rubbing off on covers, exposing boards. Interior is well preserved in both volumes, with scattered foxing and overall toning as well as occasional persistent damp staining throughout. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE! Please see photos and detailed description for additional information. AS IS. CYCLOPAEDIA OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, by E Chambers -1741 [2 V] 1st Eng Encyclopedia CYCLOPAEDIA OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, by E Chambers -1741 [2 V] 1st Eng Encyclopedia Cyclopædia: or, An Universal Dictionary of Arts and Sciences; Containing an Explication of the Terms, and an Account of the Things Signified Thereby, in the Several Arts, both Liberal and Mechanical; and the Several Sciences, Human and Divine: the Figures, Kinds, Properties, Productions, Preparations, and Uses of Things Natural and Artificial: the Rise, Progress, and State of Things Ecclesiastical, Civil, Military and Commercial... etc. 2 Volumes by Ephraim Chambers Two Volumes. "Fourth Edition, corrected and amended, with some additions." London, UK: D. Midwinter, 1741. Hardbacks are overall in GOOD- condition. Antiquarian leather binding features rounded spines with gilt and six raised bands. Covers display severe wear and aging, with leather coming off boards in large chips. Interior is well preserved overall in both volumes. (See photos) Volume 1: front board is detached; leather has rubbed off f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Panoply Books (panoply57) [Lambertville, New Jersey, US]
2019-10-08 08:21:48
Enrico Noris
Mantova, Mantua, Italy: Alberto Tumarmani, 1741. ISTORIA DELLE INVESTITURE DELLE DIGNITAĚ€ ECCLESIASTICHE... contra Luigi Maimburgo Con dugento, e quattro lettere parimente non più stampate del medesimo Autore in materie Erudite... Scritta dal PADRE ENRICO NORIS. Published by Alberto Tumarmani, MANTOVA (Mantua), Italy, MDCCXLI (1741). The book is in two parts, the second part containing letters written by the author. Each part is numbered separately. TEXT in ITALIAN with some LATIN. Rebound in Hardcovers, cloth covered boards, gilt title on spine, folio, 9.5x14 inches (24x36 cm) Pagination: [viii], 758 numbered columns (379 pages with 2 columns per page), [1], 380 numbered columns (190 pages with 2 columns per page), [2] pp. Illustrated with 3 beautiful engravings, one each on the title page, the dedication page, and the first page of text; 2 engraved title letters; and some head and tail pieces. Deaccessioned from the Library of MOUNT ST. ALPHONSUS SEMINARY, Esopus, New York. VERY GOOD CONDITION: The recent hardcovers are sunned but remain sturdy and are doing their job well; the top page edges (page edges of the closed book) have some foxing; ex library as noted above, with some library stamps and a label on the title page and its blank verso, and a library card pocket on the rear pastedown; internally there is a bit of rippling, some soiling and a small piece of toned tape to the title page, a bit of foxing here and there, and a crease to the last page; overall the pages are lovely, tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A complete, solid, very nice copy. This lovely a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bookpath [Napa, California, US]
2019-10-07 19:14:44
KOLBE Pierre
A Amsterdam, chez Jean Catuffe, 1741. KOLBE DESCRIPTION DU CAP DE BONNE ESPERANCE 3 VOL Référence :16185 Où l'on trouve tout ce qui concerne l'Histoire-Naturelle du Pays; la Religion, les Moeurs & les Usages des Hottentots; et l'établissement des Hollandois tirée des Mémoires de Mr. Pierre Kolbe, Maître és Arts, dressés pendant un séjour de dix Années dans cette Colonie, où il avait été envoyé pour faire des Observations Astronomiques & Physiques. Première édition française. A Amsterdam, chez Jean Catuffe - 1741. 25 planches hors-texte (dont le frontispice), 5 cartes et 1 vue du Cap (planches dépliantes). Complet & Contrôlé. Reliure plein veau moucheté de l'époque. Dos à nerfs orné et doré avec pièces de titre et de tomaison rouges. Filet doré sur les coupes. Tranches rouges. Titres imprimés en noir et rouge avec vignettes. 1 mors fendu sur 2cms du T1. Coins frottés. Mouillures sur quelques feuillets du T1 sans gravité. 2 feuillets détachés au T1. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-12°(16×10). KOLBE Pierre FOKKE Simon 1741.
Bookseller: LE GRENIER D'HOMERE (philcomm) [Sèvres, FR]
2019-10-07 01:47:31
Conyers Middleton
London: Printed for the Author by James Bettenham, 1741. Ex-library copies; both volumes rebacked, retaining original backstrips; extremities a bit battered and worn, with significant loss to backstrips; hinges repaired; scattered foxing and toning to preliminary and terminal pages; bookplates to both volumes; interior pages are clean and bright. Still, very good. First Edition Middleton's Life of Cicero Two Volumes James Bettenham 1741 Conyers Middleton. The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, in Two Volumes. London: Printed for the Author by James Bettenham, 1741. First edition. Two quarto volumes. Sparsely illustrated. Full leather; gilt to board edges and spines; five raised bands; all edges stained red. Ink manuscript chronology laid-in. Ex-library copy; both volumes rebacked, retaining original backstrips; extremities a bit battered and worn, with significant loss to backstrips; hinges repaired; scattered foxing and toning to preliminary and terminal pages; bookplates to both volumes; interior pages are clean and bright. Still, very good. RJL-00088A. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: inkqnabula [Plano, Texas, US]
2019-10-06 10:11:58
1741 Regionis quae est circa Londinum, specialis representatio geographica ex autographo majori Londinensi desumta, curantibus HOMANIANIS A fine exle of Homann Heir's iconic 1741 map of London and its environs. Based heavily upon an earlier map of the region by Thomas Bowles, this map covers the London area from Berkshire (including Windsor Castle) in the west to Shamel in the east, extending north as far as Bedford. Specifically focuses on Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Surrey, Essex and Kent. Offers extraordinary detail through showing roads, villages, London Streets, estates and in many cases, individual homes. The lower portion of the sheet is dominated by a dramatic birds-eye of London and Westminster from Southwark across the Thames. View reveals a dense population showing numerous boats, barges and sailing vessels.Cartographer - Johann Baptist Homann (1664 - 1724) was the most prominent and prolific map publisher of the 18th Century. Homann was born in Oberkammlach, a small town near Kammlach, Bavaria, Germany. As a young man, Homann studied in a Jesuit school and nursed ambitions of becomming a Dominican priest before converting to Protestantism in 1687. Following his conversion, Homann moved to Nuremberg and found employment as a notary. Around 1693, Homann briefly relocated to Vienna, where he lived and studied printing and copper plate engraving until 1695.Afterwards, he returned to Nuremberg where in 1702, he founded the commercial publishing firm that would bear his name. In the next five years Homann produced hundreds of maps and developed a distinctive style chara … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Paper Company [Aldington, KENT, United Kingdom]
2019-10-03 11:16:22
MARSIGLI Luigi Ferdinando
1741. First Edition thus; large folio (580 x 414 mm); [5] preliminary leaves including elaborate engraved allegorical frontispiece performed by F. Ottens, letterpress title-page printed red and black, the last leaf of the preface misbound, thirty-one engraved map-sheets: five full-page, six double-page, one map on two uncut double-page sheets and one on eighteen sections. Some waterstaining affecting the preliminaries. Recent quarter calf with contemporary marbled paper-covered boards, red morocco label with gilt lettering to spine; boards rubbed and corners slightly bumped. The Hague : aux depens de la Compagnie, Luigi Ferdinando, Conte de Marsigli (1658-1730) was an Italian army officer and hydrographer who carried out a highly important and wide-ranging survey of the Danube River valley, describing the antiquities, minerals, fossils, fish, birds, and so on, of the region, published as the encyclopedic Danubius Pannonic-Mysicus ? Observationibus geographicis, astronomicis, hydrographicis, historicis, physicis perlustratus in 1726, as six volumes. The book was illustrated with thirty-three maps drawn from the highly detailed hydrographical survey of the region that he had made, creating the most important delineation of the Danube River yet in print. The maps were subsequently re-issued as La Hongrie et le Danube ., first in 1741 (as here) and then in 1744, with two of the original maps discarded. One of the most interesting sheets depicts the town of Semnitz (modern Banská ?tiavnica / Selmecbánya, in Slovakia), highlighting the mining being carried on under the town, with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-10-02 19:44:51
MANUSCRIPT: INDIAN CHIEF,
Single sheet of paper, folded for posting, 49 x 39 cms., tiny hole at one fold (but no loss), with the docket title The Indian Chiefs reply to a Swedish missionary,> in excellent state of preservation. Publisher: [undated, but the paper, ink and hand suggest 18th century, Year: 1741 or later] Edition:
Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2019-10-02 13:45:26
NOEL CHOMEL (M.), MARRET (J.)
Commercy, chez Henry Thomas & Compagnie, 1741. Dictionnaire Oeconomique Contenant Divers Moyens D'Augmenter Son Bien et De Conserver Sa Santé - 1741 Editeur: Commercy, chez Henry Thomas & Compagnie Auteur: NOEL CHOMEL (M.), MARRET (J.) Date d'impression: 1741 Format/Taille: in-4 Reliure: relié Pages: 460 Langue: Français Etat Général: Correct Référence 6050 Disponibilité En stock Description - 4ème édition. Complet en 2 tomes + suppléments reliés en 2 volumes In-4 (395x262 mm), 424+522+400+460 pages. Livres reliés, Demi-Cuir, Dos à six nerfs ornés de caissons dorés avec pièces de titre et de tomaison, Tranches rouges. Dictionnaire Oeconomique contenant divers moyens d'augmenter son bien et de conserver sa santé avec plusieurs remèdes assurez et eprouvez pour un très grand nombre de Maladies, & de beaux Secrets pour parvenir à une longue & heureufe vieillesse. Quantité de moyens pour élever, nourrir, guérir & faire profiter toutes sortes d'Animaux Domestiques, comme brebis, moutons, boeufs, chevaux, mulets, poules, abeilles & vers de soie. Différents filets pour la peche de toutes fortes de poissons, & pour la chasse de toutes fortes d'oiseaux & animaux, &c. Une infinité de secrets découverts dans le jardinage, la botanique, l'agriculture, les terres, les vignes, les arbres, comme aussi la connoissance des plantes des Païs Etrangers, & leurs qualités spécifiques, &c. Les moyens de tirer tout l'avantage des Fabriques de savon, d'amidon, de filer le coton, de faire à peu de frais des pierreries artificielles, fort ressemblantes aux naturelles, de peindre en mignature fans favo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Bouclart (thibo73) [05200 CREVOUX, FR]
2019-10-01 17:56:10
LEISER, Christian Gottfried
Lipsiae (Leipzig): sumptibus haeredum Lanckisianorum, 1741. 1741 On Farming Agriculture Bees Fishing WINE Beer Mining Leiser Jus Georgicum'Tractatus de Praediis', or 'Treaty on Farming' is a rare 18th-century treatise on agriculture and agricultural law. Written by Gottfried Lesier, this work contains chapters on hunting, wine making and beer brewing, fishing, rafting, mining, horse breeding, hospitals and bathhouses, forestry, beekeeping, and much more.Item number: #7662Price: $599LEISER, Christian GottfriedGodofredi Christiani Leiseri ... Jus Georgicum, sive Tractatus de praediis, in quo universum jus praediorum et pertinentiarum ex jure gentium, publico, feudali, Romano-Germanico, nec non e scriptoribus historicis, politicis et oeconomicis deductum, explicatum, figurisque aeneis illustratum est.Lipsiae (Leipzig): sumptibus haeredum Lanckisianorum, 1741.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso [14], 784, [40]o 8 engraved plates· Language: Latin· Binding: Vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~14.25in X 9in (36cm x 23cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!7662Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-10-01 11:22:15
John Locke
Amsterdam: 1741. Bel exemplaire en vélin hollandais de l'époque. John Locke. Pierre Coste. Essai philosophique concernant l'entendement humain, où l'on montre quelle est l'étendue de nos connaissances certaines, et la manière dont nous y parvenons. 1741 (1742). Bel exemplaire in-4 en vélin hollandais. John Locke. Pierre Coste (traducteur). Essai philosophique concernant l'entendement humain, où l'on montre quelle est l'étendue de nos connaissances certaines, et la manière dont nous y parvenons. Par M. Locke, traduit de l'anglais par M. Coste. Quatrième édition, revue, corrigée et augmentée de quelques additions importantes de l'auteur qui n'ont paru qu'après sa mort, et de plusieurs remarques du traducteur, dont quelques unes paraissent pour la première fois dans cette édition. A Amsterdam, chez Pierre Mortier, 1742 (i.e. 19 août 1741 - achevé d'imprimer) 1 volume in-4 (26,5 x 21 cm) de XLII-603-(17) pages. Portrait de l'auteur gravé à l'eau-forte en frontispice (dessiné par G. Kneller, 1697, gravé par E. Morellon de la Cave, 1734). Reliure hollandaise strictement de l'époque plein vélin, dos lisse à coutures apparentes, titre à l'encre au dos (époque). Vélin légèrement sali. Intérieur frais. Quelques rousseurs. Ensemble très bien conservé, relié à belles marges. Quatrième édition française. La première édition française a paru en 1700 à Amsterdam chez Henri Schelte (in-4), traduite par Pierre Coste. Pierre Coste a traduit la plupart des ouvrages de John Locke (1632-1704) mais également l'Optique de Newton (1722). On lui doit des écritions critiques des Essais de Montaigne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-09-27 18:57:38
Ephraim Chambers
D. Midwinter, London, UK, 1741. Two Volumes. "Fourth Edition, corrected and amended, with some additions." ** Antiquarian leather binding features rounded spines with gilt and six raised bands. Covers display severe wear and aging, with leather coming off boards in large chips. Interior is well preserved overall in both volumes. Volume 1: front board is detached; leather has rubbed off front board on a 5.25" x 7.75" area, and board is exposed all along fore edge; spine piece has a 2.5" long chip starting from foot edge and going up to first raised band; leather is also rubbing off back board with bands coming off; one half of frontispiece is detached along fold; anatomy fold-out is detached from book. Volume 2: front board exhibits a 2" x 6" chip starting from right head corner; most of back board is exposed, with leather gone; damp stain visible on fore edge of textblock persists in middle pages, marginally affecting page, leaving text intact. Boards are exposed along most of edges on both volumes. Spines display pronounced overall rubbing, dust and aging as well as chipping to ends. Binding is overall secure through textblock in both volumes. Plates are overall well preserved inside, with light commensurate toning, scattered foxing and occasional staining. Fold-out illustrations display moderate overall wear, with frequent tears along fold (mostly closed), as well as occasional chips and edgewear. Interior is overall well preserved in both volumes, with scattered foxing and commensurate toning. Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks. Pages show occasional … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Panoply Books [Lambertville, NJ, U.S.A.]
2019-09-26 08:12:18
John Locke
Amsterdam: 1741. Bel exemplaire en vélin hollandais de l'époque. John Locke. Pierre Coste. Essai philosophique concernant l'entendement humain, où l'on montre quelle est l'étendue de nos connaissances certaines, et la manière dont nous y parvenons. 1741 (1742). Bel exemplaire in-4 en vélin hollandais. John Locke. Pierre Coste (traducteur). Essai philosophique concernant l'entendement humain, où l'on montre quelle est l'étendue de nos connaissances certaines, et la manière dont nous y parvenons. Par M. Locke, traduit de l'anglais par M. Coste. Quatrième édition, revue, corrigée et augmentée de quelques additions importantes de l'auteur qui n'ont paru qu'après sa mort, et de plusieurs remarques du traducteur, dont quelques unes paraissent pour la première fois dans cette édition. A Amsterdam, chez Pierre Mortier, 1742 (i.e. 19 août 1741 - achevé d'imprimer) 1 volume in-4 (26,5 x 21 cm) de XLII-603-(17) pages. Portrait de l'auteur gravé à l'eau-forte en frontispice (dessiné par G. Kneller, 1697, gravé par E. Morellon de la Cave, 1734). Reliure hollandaise strictement de l'époque plein vélin, dos lisse à coutures apparentes, titre à l'encre au dos (époque). Vélin légèrement sali. Intérieur frais. Quelques rousseurs. Ensemble très bien conservé, relié à belles marges. Quatrième édition française. La première édition française a paru en 1700 à Amsterdam chez Henri Schelte (in-4), traduite par Pierre Coste. Pierre Coste a traduit la plupart des ouvrages de John Locke (1632-1704) mais également l'Optique de Newton (1722). On lui doit des écritions critiques des Essais de Montaigne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, FR]
2019-09-25 19:55:54
Benedict XIV, Pope
1741. Rare Latin papal document from the first year of the papacy of Benedict XIV appointing Pietro Benedetti as an apostolic protonotary. Octavo, bound in full contemporary morocco by the Vatican Bindery with elaborate gilt tooling to the spine, gilt papal and royal coats of arms to the front and rear panels within elaborate floral gilt ruling, marbled endpapers, ribbon bound in. Twelve illuminated vellum leaves with the entire text in script including the hand-painted coats of arms of Pope Benedict XIV and Cardinal Joseph ex Comitibus de Marsciano, Bishop of Orvieto. Signed by the Bishop at the conclusion of the document with a paper seal. In near fine condition condition. An exceptional rarity. Pope Benedict XIV, born Prospero Lorenzo Lambertini, was head of the Catholic Church from 17 August 1740 to his death in 1758. Perhaps one of the best scholars to sit on the papal throne, yet often overlooked, he promoted scientific learning, the baroque arts, reinvigoration of Thomism, and the study of the human form. Firmly committed to carrying out the decrees of the Council of Trent and authentic Catholic teaching, Benedict removed changes previously made to the Breviary, sought peacefully to reverse growing secularism in European courts, invigorated ceremonies with great pomp, and throughout his life and his reign published numerous theological and ecclesiastical treatises.
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [US]
2019-09-24 15:25:24
Ridinger, Johann Elias (Ulm 1698 ? Augsburg 1767)
1741. Zum einen 22er Berghirsch von vier Luchsen, zum andern 10er von drei Hunden. Oberhalb des Ufers des Walensees im Kt. St. Gallen bzw. vor Sturz in denselben. Folge von 2 Blatt. Schabkunstblätter. Bezeichnet: J. El. Ridinger del: 1741. den 11. Martji bzw. Joh. Elias Ridinger inv: del. et excud. A. V. 1741, ansonsten wie unten. 35,4 × 27,5-27,6 cm (14 × 10? in). Th. 1145 (?Ein schönes und seltenes Blatt?, 1856) + 1146; Schwarz 1145-1146; Weigel XXVIII, Ridinger 75 a/b; Schlesische R.-Slg. bei Boerner XXXIX, 1984 (nur Bl. 2 + ?äusserst selten?, 1885!); Reich auf Biehla 220/21 (?Sehr selten?, 1894); Helbing XXXIV, 1500 (nur Blatt 2, vorgenanntes 1885er? + ?Sehr seltenes Blatt?, 1900); Schwerdt III, 148 (?A fine set?, 1928); Gräflich Faber-Castell 76 (eines bis zum Bildrand beschnitten; 1958). ? Nicht in Slgn. Coppenrath (1889/90), Gg. Hamminger (1895), Schoeller (1921) sowie Liste Rosenthal (1940) und den Ridinger-Ausstellungskatalogen 1967 + 1997 ff. ? Zu Th. 1145 siehe des weiteren die dortige (nur im 1856er Original-Thienemann) als Kupferstich XII von Joh. Carl Loedel wiedergegebene, von Ridinger nicht in Kupfer übertragene thematisch zugehörige Zeichnung, von Th. (S. XXXI) kommentiert mit ?Hier ist der ? Hirsch noch flüchtig, dort (auf 1145) stürzt er nieder?. Und Th. 1146 korrespondiert mit einem der herausragendsten unter den eminent seltenen Ridinger-Ölen, nämlich dem Petersburger der Nr. 284 (mit Abb.) in Bd. XIV (1987) des The Hermitage Catalogue of Western European Painting, dessen 148 x 85 cm indes eine noch reichere Gestaltung nahelegten. ? Die ganz seltenen Pe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-09-24 14:14:18
BONNEFONS Nicolas de
A Paris, Au Palais, chez Joseph Saugrain. BONNEFONS LES DELICES DE LA CAMPAGNE 1741 ILLUSTRE Référence :14567 Où il est enseigné à préparer pour l'usage de la vie, tout ce qui croît sur la Terre, & dans les Eaux. Suite du Jardinier François. Dédié aux Dames Ménageres. Nouvelle édition augmentée. A Paris, Au Palais, chez Joseph Saugrain 1741. 1 frontispice et 3 planches hors texte gravés. Reliure plein veau fauve marbré de l'époque. Dos à nerfs orné et doré avec pièce de titre. Tranches rouges. Roulette dorée sur les coupes. 1 coin émoussé. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état. Format in-12°(17×10). BONNEFONS Nicolas de ANONYME 1741.
Bookseller: LE GRENIER D'HOMERE (philcomm) [Sèvres, FR]
2019-09-24 12:20:18
GARSAULT François-Alexandre Pierre de
A Paris, Chez Louis-Estienne Ganeau, 1741. GARSAULT NOUVEAU PARFAIT MARECHAL FERRANT CHEVAL EO Référence :17679 Divisé en six Traités. 1° De sa Construction. 2° Du Harras. 3° De l'Ecuyer & du Harnois. 4° Du Chirurgien & des Operations. 5° Du Maréchal ferrant. 6° De l'Apoticaire, ou des Remedes. Avec un Dictionnaire des Termes de Cavalerie. Le tout enrichi de quarante-neuf Figures en Taille-douce. Par M. Fr. A. De Garsault, ci-devant Capitaine en Survivance du Haras du Roi. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. A Paris, Chez Louis-Estienne Ganeau, ruë S. Jacques, devant S. Yves, à l'Image S. Loüis - 1741 - 18 feuillets (Préface et Tables), 512 pages suivies de 20 planches (hors-texte, botanique) et cxxvij pages (dictionnaire et table des matières). 29 planches dépliantes dans le texte (pagination aléatoire), bandeaux et lettrines. 49 planches au total. (Complet et Contrôlé). Ex-libris manuscrit Huard sur une page de garde. Reliure plein veau moucheté de l'époque. Dos à nerfs orné et doré avec pièce de titre. Tranches jaspées rouges. Roulette dorée sur les coupes. Petit accident à la coiffe supérieur. Pas de rousseur. Très bon état pour ce bel exemplaire. Format in-8°(26×20). François-Alexandre Pierre de Garsault dit François-Alexandre de Garsault est un hippiatre, zoologiste, botaniste et dessinateur français. Il a décrit pour l'Académie royale des sciences plusieurs ouvrages des arts et métiers. GARSAULT François-Alexandre Pierre de GARSAULT François-Alexandre Pierre de 1741.
Bookseller: LE GRENIER D'HOMERE (philcomm) [Sèvres, FR]
2019-09-24 00:22:13
1741. dd*1-2-3-allerlei*dd Veloce e conveniente per tutti! Angebot: Originale Kupferstichkarte! Verkaufe diese wunderschöne gerahmte Landkarte aus dem Jahr 1741. Titel: Electoratus Saxonici Praefecturae Annaburgensis Pretzschens, Torgauiensis, Schweinicensis, Mühlbergensis studio geographico ita depictae, ut urbes, ojpida, vici, pagi, aedes solitarcum vicinia accurate distingui possint à Matthaeo Seuttero, Geogr. Caesar. Aug. Vindel. Cum Privile. S.R. Polon. et Elect. Saxon Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Tobias Conrad Lotter b. Matthäus Seutter in Augsburg professionell gerahmt in Holzrahmen (67x60cm Gesamtgröße) alles in TOP-Zustand Versand kostenlos deutschland- und europaweit! if you have questions, ask me! Versand D = 0€ Versand/Shipping Europe: 0€ 43/19 - P320.
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2019-09-23 20:33:31
4º Conde da Ericeira - Francisco Xavier de Menezes
Lisbon: OFFICINA DE ANTONIO ISIDORO DA FONSECA, 1741. very good - with lack of skin on the spine. MENEZES ( 4º Conde da Ericeira - Francisco Xavier de ) - HENRIQUEIDA / POEMA / HEROICO / COM ADVERTENCIAS PRELIMINARES / das regras da Poesia Epica, Argumentos, / e Notas / COMPOSTO PELO / ILLUSTRISS. E EXCELLENT. CONDE DA ERICEIRA / ... / LISBOA OCCIDENTAL: / NA OFFICINA DE ANTONIO ISIDORO DA FONSECA / Com todas as licenças necessárias / ANNO DE 1741. In 8º {104} + 411 + {4} p.; Enc. inteira de pele da época ( cansada ) e com corte das folhas marmoreado.; In 8º (140mmX205mm).; Inoc. : III, p. 86, Nº 1952; 1ª Edição. O autor nasceu em Lisboa, a 29 de Janeiro de 1673, vindo a morrer na mesma cidade a 21 de Dezembro de 1743. Pertenceu ao Conselho de Guerra de Sua Majestade, Mestre de Campo General dos seus Exércitos, Deputado da Junta dos 3 Estados, Director e Censor da Academia Real da História Portuguesa, Secretário e Protector da Academia Portuguesa, Académico dos Árcades de Roma e da Sociedade Real de Londres. A obra que apresentamos é composta por 12 cantos em oitava rima, de linguagem pura e correcta. O autor foi considerado um dos melhores escritores do seu tempo. Exemplar que não contem no fim «Biblioteca Ericeriana com o Catálogo dos livros impressos e manuscritos que compuseram os Condes da Ericeira, da família de Menezes ». Exemplar com falta de pele na lombada. IN English MENEZES (4th Earl of Ericeira - Francisco Xavier de) - HENRIQUEIDA / POEMA / HEROICO / WITH PRELIMINARY WARNINGS / rules of Epic Poetry, Arguments, / and Notes / COMPOSTO PELO / ILLUSTRISS. AND EXCEL … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-09-23 20:33:31
Plutarch
London: 1741. Plutarchi Apophthegmata Regum et Imperatorum, Apophthegmata Laconica, Antiqua Lacedaemoniorum instituta, Apophthegmata Lacaenarum Londini Apud Gul.Darres & Claud.Dubosc., MDCCXLI [1741] [Griechisch-Lateinisch] Lex.8° (28,5x24x2,5cm), 96+92 Seiten, London 1741, restaurierter Rossledereinband mit originalem, goldgeprägtem Titelschild auf dem Buchrücken, gedruckt auf schwerem Büttenpapier mit Wasserzeichen, mit Titelkolumnen, dreiseitigem roten Schnitt, Vorsatz mit Anmerkungen (Bleistift) von alter Hand und gestempelt, sehr vereinzelt Anmerkungen von alter Hand mit Bleistift, exzellenter Erhaltungszustand (siehe Fotos).
Bookseller: sejchl [Berching, DE]
2019-09-23 09:12:34
M. Fr. A. De Garsault
Paris: 1741. M. Fr. A. De Garsault: Le nouveau parfait marechal, ou la connoissance générale et universelle du chevaldivisé en six traités. Avec un dictionnaire des termes de cavalerie. Autor/en: M. Fr. A. De Garsault Titel: Le nouveau parfait marechal, ou la connoissance générale et universelle du chevaldivisé en six traités. Avec un dictionnaire des termes de cavalerie. Ort: Paris Jahr: 1741 Einband: Original Ganzleder Zustand: Einband stärker beschädigt, vereinzelt stockfleckig, einige Flecken im Inhaltsverz., etw. fingerfleck., einige S. oben angeränd. kl. Einriss Vors. hinterlegt, Falttafeln überwiegend sehr gut, nur zum Rand hin tls. etw. nachgedunkelt u tls mit Läsuren Seitenzahl: 512, cxxvij S. Format: 4°. Bilder/Abb.: 48, meist ausfaltbare Kupfertafeln. Inhalt: Reihenfolge der Tafeln: Hauptteil, Falttafeln: Pl 3,2,4,1,5,6,7, Fig 10,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,24,25,26,27,28. Dictionnaire: Pl. 1-20 Suchbegriffe: Avec, Dictionnaire, Falttafeln, Fig, Garsault, Hauptteil, Paris, Pferde, Reihenfolge, Tafeln, KK00202680, INTKK00202680, 2017-11, PF 26294 dewabit.
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2019-09-22 02:13:00
RADERMACHER, Jacobus Cornelis Matthieu de.
Landwehr & V.d. Krogt, VOC 615; Stafleu & Cowan 8501 (2 copies, both incomplete); STCN (2 copies); WorldCat (3 copies). Rare first and only edition of a catalogue of the plants found on the island of Java, Indonesia. The work was published in three volumes, the first containing descriptions of plants not recorded by Rumphius and Houttuyn and the second and third listing all the plant names Latin, Dutch and Malay/Javanese, with reference to Linnaeus, the Malay/Javanese set in roman type. The volumes were printed at the presses of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in Batavia on the island of Java (now Jakarta, Indonesia).Jacobus Cornelis Matthieu de Radermacher (1741-1783), started as a Dutch merchant in service of the Dutch East India Company (VOC), and rapidly rose in position in the company. He was one of the founding members of Bataviaasch Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen and a proponent of the establishment of the botanical gardens of Buitenzorg.With a tiny tear in the second leaf and a couple of minor spots, otherwise in very good condition and only slightly trimmed, but lacking pp. 85-102 of volume three. Leaves E1-E2 of the same volume are included twice. The spineof the wrappers is tattered and its foot completely gone.
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2019-09-19 20:33:48
URBAN, Sylvanus:
Dublin, John Exshaw, 1741 1st Hardback, 8.5 x 5.5 inches. In full polished calf Leather binding, raised banding to spine, with gilt lettering to maroon leather spine label. In very good condition. Corners bumped, chipped on rear board. Chip to bottom of spine. Marks to boards, some chips to boards, horizontal scratch to rear. Lacks free endpapers. Some rubbing to edges of plates, a couple of minor spots and handling marks. No penned inscriptions. Else overall a very clean and tight copy. 804pp + Index. Illustrated, complete with 10 B&W engraved plates, including a map showing course of ‘The Great Solar Eclipse.’ (p114.).
Bookseller: PROCTOR / THE ANTIQUE MAP & BOOKSHOP [DORCHESTER, United Kingdom]
2019-09-16 08:14:49
Biblia Sacra
Parisiis: Jacobi Vincent, 1741. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. A rare, mid-18th-century Vulgate Biblia Sacra published in Paris by Jacob Vincent. This edition was published in six volumes and features the books of the Apocrypha.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-09-13 22:33:25
CHASSEPOL, Francois de. / BEAUVAIS, Guillaume
LONDON: J. and P. Knapton, 1741. First English Edition. Later buckram. pp.8/pp.32/pp.227/[1p. - Adverts] . 8.0" x 5.0" x 1.0". A very good tight binding. Tan buckram. Spine sunned, with gilt titles: "Revenue & False Money Of Romans". Engraved armorial bookplates to verso of the front board and recto of front endpaper: One has a leaping leopard and motto: "Conamur Tenues". The other is thought to be connected with Beverley Grammar School and has the motto: 'Adolescentiam Alunt Senectutem Oblectant' ['youth sustains delight into old age'] . Printed title page lightly foxed. Clear English text throughout. Page 225 is mis-numbered 255. Advertisements on the final page. A well-preserved book. A T R E A T I S E O F T H E R E V E N U E A N D F A L S E M O N E Y O F T H E R O M A N S. CHASSEPOL, Francois de. / BEAUVAIS, Guillaume 1698-1773: A Treatise Of The Revenue And False Money Of The Romans. To which is annexed, a dissertation upon the manner of distinguishing antique medals from counterfeit ones. Translated from the original printed at Paris 1740 . London: Printed for J. and P. knapton, at the crown in Ludgate-street, M DCC XLI. [1741] . First English Edition. Later buckram. pp.8/pp.32/pp.227/[1p. - Adverts] . 8.0" x 5.0" x 1.0". A very good tight binding. Tan buckram. Spine sunned, with gilt titles: "Revenue & False Money Of Romans". Engraved armorial bookplates to verso of the front board and recto of front endpaper: One has a leaping leopard and motto: "Conamur Tenues". The other is thought to be connected with Beverley Grammar School and has the motto: 'Adolescentiam Alu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-09-13 22:33:16
CHASSEPOL, Francois de. / BEAUVAIS, Guillaume 1698-1773.
London: Printed for J. and P. knapton, at the crown in Ludgate-street, M DCC XLI. [1741] . 0. London: Printed for J. and P. knapton, at the crown in Ludgate-street, M DCC XLI. [1741] . 0. First English Edition. Later buckram. pp.8/pp.32/pp.227/[1p. - Adverts] . 8.0" x 5.0" x 1.0". A very good tight binding. Tan buckram. Spine sunned, with gilt titles: "Revenue & False Money Of Romans". Engraved armorial bookplates to verso of the front board and recto of front endpaper: One has a leaping leopard and motto: "Conamur Tenues". The other is thought to be connected with Beverley Grammar School and has the motto: 'Adolescentiam Alunt Senectutem Oblectant' [youth sustains delight into old age] . Printed title page lightly foxed. Clear English text throughout. Page 225 is misnumbered 255. Advertisements on the final page. A well preserved book. Referenced by: ESTC T92617 ** "Guillaume Beauvais is a French numismatist . Born in Dunkirk on August 4, 1698, he died in Orleans on September 29 , 1773. *** The treatise was written at the request of Colbert but was first published in Paris in 1740. 'A Dissertation upon the manner of distinguishing Antique Medals from counterfeit ones' by Guillaume Beauvais, was first published in 1739. .
Bookseller: Chilton Books [United Kingdom]
2019-09-10 10:48:28
Jansson, Joannes
1741. State 2 of Jansson's famous map of the ancient world based on Ortelius's earlier map, with updated information. Superbly decorated with two cherubs holding the title banner and another pair holding a crest. A classic map of the ancient world showing Europe, Asia, and Africa, extending south to Madagascar. The map is superbly decorated with ships, sea creature, an ornate title in a strapwork panel at top held by two cherubs. An elaborate dedication cartouche at the bottom with a dedication and ornate coat of arms. This is the uncommon second state in which the lower dedication cartouche, which is left blank in the earlier state, is now beautifully completed with an added superb crest held by two cherubs . From Pieter de Hondt's Description Exacte de l'Univers, ou l'Ancienne Geographie Sacree et Profane, a French edition of Georgius Hornius' Accuratissima Orbis Antiqui Delineatio, which included maps from Jansson's historical atlas and Ortelius's Parergon. 405mm x 510mm (15.94" x 20.08") Date: 1650 (1741)
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2019-09-08 14:12:02
NOEL CHOMEL (M.), MARRET (J.)
Commercy, chez Henry Thomas & Compagnie, 1741. Dictionnaire Oeconomique Contenant Divers Moyens D'Augmenter Son Bien et De Conserver Sa Santé - 1741 Editeur: Commercy, chez Henry Thomas & Compagnie Auteur: NOEL CHOMEL (M.), MARRET (J.) Date d'impression: 1741 Format/Taille: in-4 Reliure: relié Pages: 460 Langue: Français Etat Général: Correct Référence 6050 Disponibilité En stock Description - 4ème édition. Complet en 2 tomes + suppléments reliés en 2 volumes In-4 (395x262 mm), 424+522+400+460 pages. Livres reliés, Demi-Cuir, Dos à six nerfs ornés de caissons dorés avec pièces de titre et de tomaison, Tranches rouges. Dictionnaire Oeconomique contenant divers moyens d'augmenter son bien et de conserver sa santé avec plusieurs remèdes assurez et eprouvez pour un très grand nombre de Maladies, & de beaux Secrets pour parvenir à une longue & heureufe vieillesse. Quantité de moyens pour élever, nourrir, guérir & faire profiter toutes sortes d'Animaux Domestiques, comme brebis, moutons, boeufs, chevaux, mulets, poules, abeilles & vers de soie. Différents filets pour la peche de toutes fortes de poissons, & pour la chasse de toutes fortes d'oiseaux & animaux, &c. Une infinité de secrets découverts dans le jardinage, la botanique, l'agriculture, les terres, les vignes, les arbres, comme aussi la connoissance des plantes des Païs Etrangers, & leurs qualités spécifiques, &c. Les moyens de tirer tout l'avantage des Fabriques de savon, d'amidon, de filer le coton, de faire à peu de frais des pierreries artificielles, fort ressemblantes aux naturelles, de peindre en mignature fans favo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Bouclart (thibo73) [05200 CREVOUX, FR]
2019-09-07 02:55:13
1741. Condition: Comme neuf. Éditeur: Éditions de la Martiniere. Édition: Édition Originale Numérotée de luxe, exemplaire #1741 sur 2000 - voir photo. Signé: Signé par Yann Arthus-Bertrand sur la première page - voir photo. Reliure: Exceptionnel livre objet de grande taille dans sa boite écrin en bois blond de 50cm x 10cm x 74cm, avec son lutrin de présentation. Poids: 23,4kg. Langue : Français.
Bookseller: lisnard [Mougins, France]
2019-09-02 18:55:32
1741. When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Size 9 by 14"Wear. Worn binding. Missing clasps.Leather bound, hand tooled. Refund Policy: We will issue a FULL REFUND, 100% money back if you are not satisfied with your purchase. Items must be returned to us within 20 days in order to receive a refund or replacement. Buyer is responsible for shipping costs. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution Binding Leather UPC Does not apply Topic Bible Year Printed 1741 Subject Religion & Spirituality Original/Facsimile Original.
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2019-09-01 07:58:29
Biblia Sacra
Jacobi Vincent. 1741 BIBLE Biblia Sacra Vulgate Latin Sixtus V Clement VIII Vincent Apocrypha 6v A rare, mid-18th-century Vulgate Biblia Sacra published in Paris by Jacob Vincent. This edition was published in six volumes and features the books of the Apocrypha. Item number: #8123 Price: $599 Biblia Sacra Biblia sacra: vulgatae editionis Sixti V. et Clementis VIII. pont. max. jussu recognita atque edita. Parisiis : Typis Jacobi Vincent, 1741. Details: Collation: Complete with all pages; 6 volumes Language: Latin Binding: Leather; tight & secure Size: ~5in X 3in (13cm x 8cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 8123 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2019-08-31 17:50:02
DEPARCIEUX (Antoine)
Paris, chez H.-L. & J. Guerin, 1741, ill. de 17 belles planches gravées de gnomonique h.t., pl. veau marbré époque, dos orné, qq. taches d'encre sinon bel exemplaire. Edition originale d'un des premiers traités de trigonométrie. En seconde partie de trouve l'important traité de gnomonique. Deparcieux deviendra en effet fabriquant de cadrans solaires et selon Hoefer : "il ne tarda pas à se faire remarquer dans ce métier qu'il exerçait en savant; la précision de ses cadrans le fit rechercher." Ami de Fontenelle, de Lavoisier, de Cassini, de Vaucanson et de Réaumur, il remplace M. de Montcarville à la chaire de mathématiques du Collège de France. ¶ DSB, IV, p. 38-39 - Sotheran suppl. I. 1039 - Daumas instruments scientif. p.19.
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2019-08-24 12:55:26
Lucas, Robert
1741. Cases Temp. Macclesfield Lucas, Robert [d. 1776]. Cases in Law and Equity, Chiefly During the Time the Late Earl of Macclesfield Presided in the Courts of King's Bench and Chancery. [London]: Printed by Henry Lintot for Francis Gosling, MDCCXLI [1741]. [ii], ii, [8], 538, [94] pp. Folio (12" x 8"). Contemporary calf, rebacked in period style, raised bands and retained contemporary lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing and scuffing to boards, corners worn, armorial bookplate of William Curtis Noyes to front pastedown, an annotation in his hand to front endleaf. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing to some leaves, owner signature (Rich Robins 1838) to head of p. [1]. * Second edition, one of two issues from 1741. Covering the years 1709-1725, this collection is known as Lucas's Reports, Cases Temp. Macclesfield or Macclesfield's Reports. It is not considered an authority, but Wallace notes that "in the great case of Mostyn v. Fabrigas Lord Mansfield cited a case from it." Noyes [1805-1864] was a leading New York lawyer and a member of the commission to codify the state's laws, which resulted in the Field Codes. A man of extensive learning, he owned one of the finest law libraries in the United States. Wallace, The Reporters 386. English Short-Title Catalogue N28591.
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-08-21 08:34:41
Temanza, Tommaso
1741. 2 parts in one continuously paginated volume: (viii), 38, (ix), the first part subtitled "Nel quale si descrive l'egregio Ponte d'Augusto", in which Temanza describes the construction, plan, location, measurements, and other architectural details and features of the Roman bridge built under Augusts and Tiberius and finished in 20 AD; the second part subtitled "Nel quale si descrive l'Arco eretto in onore d'Augusto", in which the author describes the Arch of Augustus dedicated to the Emperor by the Roman Senate in 27 BC and its location, measurements, ornamentation, columns, inscriptions, and other details, with appendix of antique inscriptions within the city of Rimini and its surroundings. Illustrated with 9 large engraved folding plates depicting schematics, architectural details, and scale drawings of the bridge and the arch. Ink notation to front endpaper, label affixed to front inside cover, spine slightly shaken, some minor toning and foxing scattered throughout. Tall 4to. Marbled paper-covered boards, handwritten title to spine, wear and minor soiling and abrasions to paper especially at corners and along spine. Venice (Giambatista Pasquali) 1741. Tommaso Temanza was a Neoclassical architect and writer, active in and around his home city of Venice. His works include the Santa Margherita in Padua, and Santa Maria Maddalena, San Servolo, the chapel Sagredo at San Francesco della Vigna, and a loggia for Ca' Zenobio, all in Venice. He is perhaps best-known for his 1778 biography of Venetian architects, as well as a biography of Andrea Palladio published in 1762. [A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernett Penka Rare Books [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-08-20 23:21:54
[Anonymous; Cartagena].
1741. London. 215 x 177 mm.- Finely engraved song sheet and view of Cartagena, Colombia, celebrating Admiral Edward Vernon's successful siege against the Spanish held stronghold in April 1741. Based upon information from a letter noted below, it would appear that in 1741 a series of Song sheets printed in either red or blue were issued under the heading The Ladies Amusement or Vocal Harmony. The only reference we have been able to locate for these Songs is in a letter written by William Richard Lewis of Anglesey to the Surgeon Richard Evans on October 28, 1741, where he notes: I have had a present made of late by a Gentleman coming from London of a set of Songs done on copper plate in red and blue cost 4d a piece. They are call'd the Ladies Amusement or Vocal Harmony most of 'em with tunes for the flute. Mine is from plate I to VI, if they are continued I should be glad to have em...... This piece is docketed on the verso in manuscript: Song upon ye taking Carthagena April 1741 By Edward Vernon Esq vice admiral of ye blue. We also note a cryptic entry in a March 1760 edition of the General Evening Post (London) (see below), which may relate to these sheets. The Source The view indicates that it was printed as Plate VIII for The Ladies Amusement of Vocal Harmony. However, research into this title does reveal that such a publication actually existed. We note only that the Folger Shakespeare Library holds a single plate, described as Plate XI and titled The monument of W. Shakespeare erected in Westminster Abby [printed below]: A just satyr against ingratitude ... an excellant … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2019-08-20 14:55:46
Bonfini, Francesco Antonio
1741. Scarce Treatise on an Important Concept in Roman Law Bonfini, Francesco Antoni [d. 1739]. De Jure Fideicommissorum Magis Controverso Disputationes Praecipuae in Quatuor Titulos Distributae Quibus Selectiores Articuli ad Hanc Materiam Spectantes in Supremis Plerumque Tribunalibus Dispuncti Theorice Simul & Practice Resolvuntur. Venice: Apud Nicolaum Pezzana, 1741. Two volumes in one book, each with title page and individual pagination. [xxxvi], 432; 328, [106] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Complete. Folio (14-1/2" x 9-1/2"). Three-quarter contemporary vellum over patterned boards, faint early hand-lettered title to spine. Some rubbing and light edgewear, spine ends and corners bumped. Title page of Volume I printed in red and black, woodcut printer devices, head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, light foxing in a few places, light inkstains and minor worming to a few leaves, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A nice copy. * First edition. One of the most durable concepts in Roman law, fideicommissum involves situations in which something is committed to somebody's trust. It is central to the law concerning testators and was the subject of several treatises. Notable for its clarity and organization, Bonfini's treatise was one of the best. Later editions were published in 1755, 1760, 1781-1789. (The last edition has an additional volume of related Rota decisions.) All are scarce. OCLC locates 6 copies of the first edition in North America, 4 in law libraries (Catholic University of America, Columbia, Harvard, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-08-19 16:56:43
Eredi Johannes Baptiste HOMANN (1730 - 1813)
1741. "Bella mappa della regione della tipografia Homann, tratta dal ""Nieuwe Atlas"". In basso sono inserite le piante di Parma e Piacenza ed un bellissimo cartiglio bucolico. Incisione in rame, bella coloritura editoriale, leggera gora d'acqua in alto, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione." Beautiful map of the Homann typography, taken from the "Nieuwe Atlas". Piacenza Incisa p. 112 (erroneamente ascritta a Covens & Mortier).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-08-19 13:35:16
SOARIO,Cypriano (SUAREZ) (Ocaña,1524-Piacenza,1593).-
Typis Academicis, excudebat Emmanuel Ibarra,, Cervera, 1741. 152pp, 4h. Rara edición de Cervera. El autor, religioso jesuita. fue rector de los colegios de Braga y Évora (Portugal) y sus últimos años transcurrieron en Italia falleciendo en Piacenza.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Els Gnoms [Sedó, Spain]
2019-08-18 02:33:10
Bacon, Sir Francis
1741. "A More Complete Lawyer Than Any of His Contemporaries" Bacon, Sir Francis [1561-1626]. Law Tracts, Containing 1. A Proposition for Compiling and Amendment of Our Laws. 2. An Offer of a Digest of the Laws. 3. The Elements of the Common Laws of England, Containing a Collection of Some Principal Rules and Maxims of the Common Law, With their Latitude and Extent. 4. The Use of the Law for Preservation of our Persons, Goods and Good Names, According to the Practice of the Laws and Customs of this Land. 5. Cases of Treason, Felony, Praemunire, Prerogative of the King, of the Office of a Constable. 6. Arguments in Law in Certain Great and Difficult Cases, Viz. Of Impeachment of Waste. Low's Case of Tenures. Of Revocation of Uses. The Jurisdiction of the Marches. 7. Ordinances in Chancery for the Better and More Regular Administration of Justice in the Chancery, To be Daily Observed, Saving the Prerogative of the Court. 8. Reading on the Statute of Uses. [London]: Printed by Henry Lintot (Assignee of Edw. Sawyer, Esq;), 1741. [ii], 356, [16] pp. Lacking one-page publisher advertisement. Octavo (7-3/4" x 5-1/4"). Recent library buckram, red and black lettering pieces and paper shelf label to spine, small security tag and blind-stamped library name to front board, endleaves added, library stamps to edges of text block and endleaves. Light toning, moderate browning in a few places, occasional foxing to margins, faint dampstaining to a few leaves. * Second and final edition, a reissue of the first edition, 1737, with a reset title page and half-title. This book is notable as the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-08-13 08:33:36
Herrliberger, David
1741. 32,5 x 45 cm, 80 Bl., m. 37 Faksimile-Kupferstiche von Hand auf hadernhaltigen Büttenkarton mit Naturrand abgezogen. Suite mit 2 Textblatt u. 37 losen Faksimile-Kupferstichen., GLdr.goldgeprägt mit zweifarbigen Zürcher Wappenschild, mit OKart.-Mappe im HLdr.-Schuber, Tadell. Mit eingebunden Dedikationsblatt eines Zürcher Industrieuntenehmens. Nr. 162 von 240 nummerierten Exemplaren. Der Einband vom Buchatelier Hans Rohrer in Zürich hergestellt. Inhalt: Vorstellung loblichen Standts Zürich so genante Ausere Amtheusser, Zürich, 1741 (7 Bl.), und Eigentliche Vorstellung der adelichen Schlösser im Zürich Gebieth, 1741 (30 Blatt). Ausserdem mit biographischen Angaben zu David Herrliberger und bibliographischen Vorbemerkungen.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2019-08-11 06:49:59
Bickham, George
London: Printed for and sold by the Author, 1741. First Edition. Full Calf. Very Good. A classic and seminal work on typography in the scarcest earliest printing in book form, complete, with many beautiful engravings and trompe d'oeil touches. Folio, 43 by 26.5 cm. 212 leaves, with engraved text and illustrations only on rectos. [5], table of contents, followed by 52 sections. Paginated eccentrically, with insertion pages and restarted numbering within continuing numbering. Besides the beautiful typography of many different styles and designs, with elaborate tracery, the work is laden with aphoristic writing, homilies, apercus, business forms of a wide variety, and most pleasing of all are the trophies, cameo portraits, rococo and Georgian ornament, bucolic and idealized scenery and diversity of imagery that so perfectly captures the sensibility of the period of issue. Particularly wonderful are the artful penned imagery and the three trompe d'oeil cards. The 1741 edition of this work is seldom found in commerce (as opposed to the 1743 edition). The calf has heavy wear, with crackin, rubbing, scratching, some dryness, the shadowy impression of two books that must have sat atop the volume at one time. The boards have been reattached, with that restoration not being a pretty one. Within, toning of the leaves around their edges. One leaf numbered 57 with big chip and also a repair evident on the verso -- but no loss of content. Two other tears repaired unartfully but on the verso so not overly conspicuous. Some offsetting and other browning and light soiling. Stil … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: White Fox Rare Books, ABAA/ILAB [West Windsor, VT, U.S.A.]
2019-08-05 08:56:25
NOEL CHOMEL (M.), MARRET (J.)
Commercy, chez Henry Thomas & Compagnie, 1741. Dictionnaire Oeconomique Contenant Divers Moyens D'Augmenter Son Bien et De Conserver Sa Santé - 1741 Editeur: Commercy, chez Henry Thomas & Compagnie Auteur: NOEL CHOMEL (M.), MARRET (J.) Date d'impression: 1741 Format/Taille: in-4 Reliure: relié Pages: 460 Langue: Français Etat Général: Correct Référence 6050 Disponibilité En stock Description - 4ème édition. Complet en 2 tomes + suppléments reliés en 2 volumes In-4 (395x262 mm), 424+522+400+460 pages. Livres reliés, Demi-Cuir, Dos à six nerfs ornés de caissons dorés avec pièces de titre et de tomaison, Tranches rouges. Dictionnaire Oeconomique contenant divers moyens d'augmenter son bien et de conserver sa santé avec plusieurs remèdes assurez et eprouvez pour un très grand nombre de Maladies, & de beaux Secrets pour parvenir à une longue & heureufe vieillesse. Quantité de moyens pour élever, nourrir, guérir & faire profiter toutes sortes d'Animaux Domestiques, comme brebis, moutons, boeufs, chevaux, mulets, poules, abeilles & vers de soie. Différents filets pour la peche de toutes fortes de poissons, & pour la chasse de toutes fortes d'oiseaux & animaux, &c. Une infinité de secrets découverts dans le jardinage, la botanique, l'agriculture, les terres, les vignes, les arbres, comme aussi la connoissance des plantes des Païs Etrangers, & leurs qualités spécifiques, &c. Les moyens de tirer tout l'avantage des Fabriques de savon, d'amidon, de filer le coton, de faire à peu de frais des pierreries artificielles, fort ressemblantes aux naturelles, de peindre en mignature fans favo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Bouclart (thibo73) [05200 CREVOUX, FR]
2019-08-04 13:12:09
RABELAIS, FranÁois
Jean Frederic Bernard, 1741. The Nouvelle Edition of the Works of Rabelais RABELAIS, FranÁois. Oeuvres de Maitre FranÁois Rabelais, avec des Remarques Historiques et Critiques de Mr. Le Duchat. Amsterdam: Jean Frederic Bernard, 1741. Nouvelle edition. Three quarto volumes (9 3/8 x 7 1/2 inches; 238 x 190 mm). [2, blank] [10, 4 of which are ads], [i]-xxxvi, [1]-526, [4, blank]; [2, blank], [6], xxxiv, [3]-383, [2, blank]; [8], [2, ads], [8. letter], 1-144, 147-218, [1]-150, [35, table], [3, blank] pp. Each volume with half-title. Volume I and II with engraved half-titles and volume II with engraved frontispiece. An additional seventeen engraved plates, four of which are folding. Three of the folding plates are engravings of Rabelais' residence and the other is a folding map. Numerous other engraved initials, chapter titles and vignettes. Contemporary tan polished calf. Triple gilt fillet borders. Edges and turn-ins tooled in gilt. Spines with red and brown morocco spine labels lettered in gilt. Spines stamped in gilt. All edges dyed red. Marbled endpapers. Previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown of each volume. Some old ink marginalia to final blanks of volumes I and II. Some faded ownership initials to title-pages. Some light and occasional foxing. Overall a very handsome set. ìRabelais [1494?-ca. 1553] was held in high regard by his contemporaries as an eminent physician, as a pioneer of humanism, and as the author of an entertaining Book. It is in this last capacity that he is chiefly known to posterity. He published Pantagruel, the first installment of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, LLC [U.S.A.]
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2019-08-03 12:22:44
1741. Les Délices de la Campagne Où il est enseigné à préparer pour l'usage de la vie tout ce qui croît sur la Terre & dans les Eaux. Suite du Jardinier François. Dédié aux Dames Ménageres. Nouvelle édition augmentée. A Paris Au Palais chez Joseph Saugrain 1741. 1 frontispice et 3 planches hors texte gravés.Format in-12°(17x10). Intérieur complet et en bon état.Description en photos ici: https://photos.app.goo.gl/1xLsd5KfmDL8WQxq7.
Bookseller: oursetpanda [Bourg en Bresse, FR]
2019-07-31 12:44:53
Anonimo
Acquaforte e bulino, 1741, datata in lastra in alto al centro. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Impressa dalla tipografia della Reverenda Camera Apostolica. Molto rara. Dimensioni 465x320. Etching and engraving, 1741, dated on lower centre plate. Magnificent work printed on contemporary laid paper with margins, in excellent condition. Printed by the typography of Reverenda Camera Apostolica. Very rare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-30 17:35:04
Bluntschli, Hans Heinrich
Zürich, Heidegger und Compagnie, 1742, 3. Auflage, mit vielen Zusätzen und 300 neuen Titeln, vermehrt bis auf, 1741. 713 S., HLdr., mit 5 vergoldeten Rückenbünden, mit dreiteiligem Kupfer-Frontispiz mit Wappen und Ansicht von Zürich, mit rot-schwarz gedruckter Titelseite, mit "weitläufigem Register", mit 39 Kupfertafeln (vollständig) und einer "Land-Carte des Zürich-Gebiets" (als Falttafel vor S. 1).Einband berieben und etwas fleckig, Kapital unten beschädigt, oben mit kleinem Einriss, Seiten mässig stockfleckig, Bindung vorne und zwischen S. 312 und 313 angeplatzt, insgesamt aber intakt und gut erhalten.,
Bookseller: Antiquariat Im Seefeld, Ernst Jetzer [Switzerland]
2019-07-30 17:26:21
BEAURAIN, Jean de.
Paris, 1741. 445 x 600mm. Three maps relating to the British attack on Cartagena in April 1741, under Vice-Admiral Edward Vernon: the sea routes from England to the Americas; a plan of Cartagena Bay; and a plan of Cartagena itself. Four insets give details of the surrounding forts. Launched as part of the War of Jenkins' Ear (1739-48), the attack on Catagena was an attempt to dislodge the Spanish from their American possessions. The large British force was expecting an easy victory: with the fleet in place and some of the Spanish outposts overcome, Vernon sent Captain William Laws back to London with reports of his victory. Medals were struck showing Vernon taking the surrender of Spanish admiral Blas de Lezo, but soon afterwards horrifying news came from America. Vernon had failed to capture the city and had withdrawn to Jamaica, defeated by disease, particularly yellow fever. George II was appalled and ordered Robert Walpole to prohibit news of the disaster from being published. Despite this and the withdrawal of the celebratory medals from circulation, the government fell. The annotation at the bottom left refers to the map as "The place where the English were beaten on 20 April, 1741."
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
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