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        Pour travailler avec la réne du cauesson dedans la volte et dans la main, et la jambe hors la volte, sur le terre à terre, a droite et à gauche

      J. Brindley, London 1743 - A fine plate from 'A General System of Horsemanship in All Its Branches', Cavendish's extraordinary didactic work on equestrian dressage. An affluent politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'. An English edition was published in 1743 as 'A General System Of Horsemanship In All Its Branches', with beautiful illustrations of Cavendish skillfully training and riding his horses at his Antwerp ménage and his various English estates like Bolsover Castle and Welbeck Abbey. Cf. Brunet I.1700; cf. Mellon Books on the Horse and Horsemanship p. 49; cf. Mennessier de la Lance II, p. 250; cf. Nissen ZBI 849. Copper engraving after Abraham van Diepenbeeck. In excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA)]
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        Mémoires de l'ACADEMIE ROYALE de CHIRURGIE

      chez charles Osmont, Paris, Paris 1743 - Mémoires de l'ACADEMIE ROYALE de CHIRURGIE Importante publication en édition Originale en cinq volumes in-4° (20 cm x 26 cm), reliure pleine basane fauve (d'époque), dos à cinq nerfs, caissons ornés de motifs dorés, pièce de titre en maroquin cerise, et pièce de tomaison maroquin noir, illustration de cochin en frontispice du premier volume, texte illustré de 86 gravures sur cuivre, la plupart dépliantes, bandeaux, culs de lampe, pages de titres avec vignettes gravées, toutes tranches groseille premier volume : chez charles Osmont, Paris, 1743 : frontispice gravé par Cochin - xl épitre, préface et table, suivies de 778 pages, suivies du privilège du Roi, 19 planches (gravures de Humblot - Simonneau - I Robert) - mémoire sur les vices des humeurs - précis de diverses observations sur le Trépan - essai sur les épanchements - précis d'observation sur les exfoliations des os du crâne - remarques sur les plaies du cerveau - remarques sur différents vices de conformation de l'anus des enfants - observations sur un oeil eraillé - observations sur les becs-de-lièvre - recherches sur l'opération césarienne - nouvelle méthode pour tirer la pierre de la vessie - etc .(page de l'épitre au Roy coupée à moitié, cf scan) second volume : chez Delaguette, Paris, 1753 : XCIV pages lettres patentes portant confirmation de l'établissement de l'Académie de Chirurgie, nouveau règlement, liste de l'Académie, éloges, ouvrages publiés par différents académiciens depuis l'institution de l'Académie, Intrumens ou machines approuvées par l'Académie, suivies de 613 pages, 22 planches (gravures de J Ingram) - recherches sur la Hernie et la vessie - observations sur la jambe arrachée - suite des essais sur les épanchemens par le feu - description d'une machine pour arrêter le sang de l'artère intercostale - Observations sur les plaies d'armes à feu - etc .(page de titre et première page coupée à moitié, cf scan) troisième volume : chez la veuve Delaguette, Paris, 1757 : 139 pages,diverses observations sur l'agaric astringent - sur les bons effets des boües artificielles - des cernes à la peau - condamnation de la méthode de guérir les hernies en faisant la castration - l'urine rendue par le nombril - sur le terme de la fécondation des femmes, éloges, ouvrages publiés par différents académiciens depuis l'institution de l'Académie, Intrumens ou machines approuvées par l'Académie, suivies de 680 pages, suivies du privilège du Roi, 22 planches (gravures de Humblot - J Ingram) - mémoire avec un précis de plusieurs observations sur le cancer, par M. le Dran - mémoire sur la méthode de délivrer les femmes après l'accouchement - description d'une machine pour les fractures obliques du fémur - etc .(page de titre et première page coupée à moitié, cf scan) quatrième volume : chez Alex le Prieur, Paris, 1768 : 123 pages, Histoire de l'Académie Royale de Chirurgie - de l'écartement des os du bassin - Tire-tête à double croix, suivies de 699 pages, 7 planches (gravures de Humblot - J Ingram) - mémoire sur le traitement des plaies d'armes à feu - observation sur une paralysie de cause vénérienne - réflexions sur l'opération de la hernie - mémoire sur l'opération du Bec-de-lièvre - mémoire sur l'opération du Trépan au sternum - etc .(page de titre et première page coupée à moitié, cf scan) cinquième volume : chez P. Fr Didot, Paris, 1774 : xvj pages, liste de l'Académie Royale de Médecine, suivies de 928 pages, - 19 planches (gravures de Humblot, C Monnet) - mémoire sur les tumeurs fongueuses de la Dure-mère - mémoire dans lequel on propose un nouveau procédé pour traiter le reversement des paupières - mémoire sur plusieurs maladies du globe de l'oeil - etc .(page de titre et première page coupée à moitié, cf scan) Excellent état (certaines pages de titre et premières pages ont été amputées probablement pour faire disparaître les signes d'identification du propriétaire, l'ensemble est en excellent état) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opera omnia, quorum pleraque nunc primum in lucem prodeunt. Tomus primus (-secundus).

      Venedig, Giambattista Pasquali, 1743. - 2 Bde. XXXII, 496 SS. (8), 501, (1) SS. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit 2 (wdh.) Holzschnittdruckermarken und 29 gefalt. Kupfertafeln (dav. 27 mit Münzkupfern). Italienische Interimspappbände der Zeit. Gr.-4to. Einzige Werkausgabe; für mehrere enthaltene Schriften zugleich der Erstdruck. "Collection riche en bons mémoires. Le poeme lat. sur les vers à soie ('Bombicum libri tres'), qui en fait partie, serait, de l'avis de quelques critiques, trèssupérieur a celui de Vida sur le même sujet" (Brunet). - Der Venetianer L. Patarolo (1674-1727) "wurde [.] zu den Clericis somascis in die Zucht gethan, überließ sich, nach geendeten Studiis völlig einer gelehrten Ruhe, und verlangte, weil er selbst Mittel hatte, keine Beförderung. Die Untersuchung der Alterthümer und Müntzen, waren nebst der Botanic seine einzige Beschäfftigung, worüber er sich aber an seiner Gesundheit schadete, und 1727 zu Venedig verstarb" (Jöcher III, 1294f.). - Die letzten beiden Kupfer zu botanischen Aufsätzen, die übrigen zur Numismatik. Unbeschnittenes, unaufgeschnittenes, sauberes Exemplar im schlichten, aber wohlerhaltenen originalen Interimspappband. Selten; seit 1950 international nur 1 Exemplar auf Auktionen nachgewiesen. Lipsius/Leitzmann I, 307. Jöcher/Adelung V, 1656. Brunet IV, 428. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Introduction a l'Histoire Generale et Politique De l'Univers in 8 Volumes

      Zacharie Chatelain 1743, Amsterdam - FRENCH TEXT 8 volumes 1-5 dated 1743 and 6-8 dated 1745, illustrated with 1 portrait, 7 frontispieces and 35 maps in b/w, wear and marks to vellum bindings and name in ink on f.e.p.

      [Bookseller: Stephen Foster - ABA ILAB & ibooknet]
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        Traité de dynamique, dans lequel les lois de l'equilibre & du mouvement des corps sont réduites au plus petit nombre possible.

      David l¿Aine, Paris 1743 - 4to (219x164 mm). [4], xxvi, [2], 186, [2] pp, engraved title-vignette, 4 engraved folding plates at end. (A few minor marginal stains on title-page and preliminaries.) Contemporary calf (extremities scuffed, boards and spine worn, hinges repaired), very light toning and occasional minor spotting of text. Provenance: Antonii Scherbrant(?), illegible signature to first flyleaf. Very good, internally crisp copy. ---- PMM 195; Poggendorf I, 28; Wellcome II, p. 28; Norman 31. --- FIRST EDITION OF D'ALEMBERT'S IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION TO THE FORMALIZING OF NEWTON¿S NEW SCIENCE OF MECHANICS. The Traité de dynamique, one of d'Alembert's most famous scientific works, demonstrates d'Alembert clearly recognized that a scientific revolution had occurred and sets out to formalize the new science of mechanics - an accomplishment often mis-attributed to Newton. The first part of the treatise comprises d'Alembert's own three laws of motion: inertia, the parallelogram of motion, and equilibrium. The second part contains the first statement of what has come to be known as "d'Alembert's Principle:" which states that the internal forces of inertia must be equal and opposite to the forces that produce the acceleration - a theory which is applied to many mechanical and technical problems, in particular to the theory of the motion of fluids. 'The "Treatise on Dynamics' was d¿Alembert's first major book and it is a landmark in the history of mechanics. It reduces the laws of the motion of bodies to a law of equilibrium" (PMM). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books]
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        Kst.- Karte, b. Homann Erben, "Carte Geographica, la quale rappresenta lo Stato della Republica di Genova ... - Der Staat von der Republic Genova ..".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, dat. 1743, 48 x 56,5. Sehr dek. Karte mit großer Panoramaansicht von Genua im unteren Drittel. Mittig eine große Kartusche mit einem Befestigungsgrundriß von Genua. Darüber die Karte der Riviera. Zeigt die Küste zwischen Ventimiglia und La Spezia. Im Norden bildet der Po die Begrenzung. - Restauriert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        [DS] Document Signed By Thomas Jefferson and James Madison for a Ship's Safe Passage

      [Ship’s Safe Passage Document] Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) U.S. President 1801-1809) Pictorially engraved ship’s Passage vellum document signed by President Thomas Jefferson and countersigned by the Secretary of War James Madison (1751-1836). Nothing has been filled in, (i.e. no date, ship or captain’s name, etc.) Framed under glass. (not examined out of frame). Document measures approx. 14" x 10", frame measures 22" x 17". Blank seal is present. Signatures are somewhat fading. Fold lines..

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        FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE, OF DECEMBER 25, 1742. AN ACCOUNT OF THE LATE INVASION OF GEORGIA, DRAWN OUT BY LIEUTENANT PATRICK SUTHERLAND, OF GENERAL OGLETHORPE'S REGIMENT, WHO LATELY ARRIVED IN ENGLAND, AND WAS SENT EXPRESS ON THAT OCCASION, BUT BEING TAKEN BY THE SPANIARDS OFF THE LIZARD, WAS OBLIGED TO THROW THE SAID EXPRESS AND HIS OTHER PAPERS OVER-BOARD [caption title]

      [London. 1743?].. 4pp. Folio. Modern red morocco by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, ruled in gilt, spine gilt. Bookplate on rear pastedown. Old horizontal folds. Closed tears neatly repaired along the center horizontal fold. Light soiling. Very good. A rare account of the defense against the 1742 Spanish invasion of Georgia. In 1740, during the War of Jenkin's Ear, General James Oglethorpe, a founder of Georgia, mounted an attack on the Spanish in St. Augustine, Florida. The Spanish repulsed Ogelthorpe's colonial troops, and in 1742 made their own offensive against Georgia, the defense of which is described here. This account was made by Lt. Patrick Sutherland, a member of Oglethorpe's regiment who brought the news back to London. He describes the Spanish naval attack on St. Simon's Island, the colonial response, and the land engagements that followed, all of which occurred in June and July, 1742. The text concludes with a list of the Spanish forces employed in the invasion, including "ninety Indians and 15 Negroes, who run away from South- Carolina." ESTC locates a total of only three copies, at the British Library, the John Carter Brown Library, and the University of Virginia. Sabin notes the copy in the De Renne collection (now at the University of Georgia). Goodspeed's bought the Streeter copy for $1500 in 1967, which is the last copy that we have been able to locate in the market. ESTC T86385. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 743/209. SABIN 93962. STREETER SALE 1153. DE RENNE I, p.114-115.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Watercolor Painting : 'Joseph Brant: The Savage War Chief of the Cherry Valley Massacre' [caption title]

      [American. early 1800s]. Very Good. Watercolor on paper. Image, including manuscript caption, approximately 9 1/2 x 5 inches on a 10 1/4 x 6 3/4 - inch sheet. In a modern metal frame, approximately 17 1/2 x 13 inches, with archivally correct matting. Some evidence of early paste on the verso showing through, some rippling, else very good. The painting shows Mohawk War Chief Jospeh Brant in war paint and a headdress of two red feathers, his right hand raising a tomahawk. Joseph Brant (Indian name Thayendanegea, 1743-1807) was a major Mohawk military and political leader during the American Revolutionary War and Federal Period. Born in present-day Northeast Ohio, he fought for the British forces during the French and Indian War and was subsequently educated at Moor's Charity School, where Eleazar Wheelock wrote with admiration of his intellect and temperament. At the outbreak of the American Revolution, Brant traveled to England, where he met numerous dignitaries, was inducted into the Falcon Lodge of freemasons, and received audience with George III, to whom he pledged his continued loyalty. Returning to America, he led Mohawk warriors and colonial Loyalist soldiers against the Americans, often fighting alongside the Seneca and British. The present painting expresses the greatest of several historical ironies surrounding Brant's life, depicting him as the 'Monster Brant' of the 1778 Cherry Valley Massacre, during which 30 noncombatants were reportedly killed. While a fierce and effective warrior, Brant was, in fact, renowned among both British and American officers for his honor in battle and 'great humanity' toward enemy civilians and prisoners. At Cherry Valley, Brant and his forces tried desperately to prevent a raging group of Seneca warriors who had detached themselves from British command from slaughtering white noncombatants. All military reports of the battle agreed on this point, and his restraint was evident throughout his campaigns in the Mohawk Valley. Nevertheless, his reputation as 'savage' perpetrator of the atrocities at Cherry Valley persisted, particularly in stories that would circulating through the region well after the war. While Brant was the subject of portraits by several major American artists, including Gilbert Stuart, Ezra Ames, and Charles Willson Peale, this painting does not appear to be rendered after a famous original and is likely drawn from imagination - possibly a child's. While the piece may be late 18th-century, the paper on which it is painted suggests a somewhat later date, most likely 1810-1830.

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        Elementa architecturae ad structuras oeconomicas applicatae in usum academiarum per regnum Hungariae. Budapest, Universitätsdruckerei 1779. 8°. XVI.158S. mit 11 (gef.) Kupfertafeln.- Angebunden: Hadaly de Hada Karl, Elementa Hydrotechniae. Raab, J. Streibig 1783. 8Bll. 128S. mit 2 (gef.) Kupfertafeln, Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch. u. reicher Rvg.

      . . I) Wurzbach XXV, 46f - Poggendorff II, 576.- Der Jesuit Rausch v. Traubenberg (1743-1816) war Prof. der "Civil- u. Militär-Architectur" am Theresianum in Wien: nach Aufhebung des Ordens Prof. der Mathematik an der Univ. zu Pesth.- Die Kupfer mit zahlr. architek. Details.- II) Wurzbach VII, 165f - Poggendorff I, 986.- Hadaly de Hada (1743-1834) war Prof. der höheren Mathematik u.a. in Raab, Pressburg u. Pesth.- Die Kupfer mit Konstruktionen zur Wasserverbauung.- Tls. leicht gebräunt od. braunfleckig, Rücken etw. wurmstichig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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        Carte des Environs de Dunkerque, Bergue, Gravelines, St Omer, Aire, Lille, Menin, Ypres, Dixmund

      Atlas Militaire., 1743.. Copper engraving. Original colour. Fine condition, good margins. Size: 64.3 x 48.5 cm. (25½ x 19 inches) Fricx's famous maps of Belgium and northern France, accurate and detailed, show the fortifications of the towns very clearly, here boldly coloured in red. Originally published in 1712

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
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        Observations de medicine pratique (Observations of practical medicine).

      Chez Huart Briasson & Durand, Paris 1743 - TP + [i]-[ii] = Dedication + [iii]-[vii] = Preface + [viii]-[xiii] = Table des Observations + [xiv] = Errata + [1]-266 + [267]-[269] = Approbations, 12mo. First Edition (Stoddard 14).Yet another attempt by La Mettrie to correct the "theories" of contemporary medicine with practical, concrete observations. Contemporary full leather with five raised bands on the spine with gilt decorations and gilt title a red field. The spine edges are lightly worn and just a bit chipped at the top. The covers have a few light gouges both front and back but nothing unsightly or that would be unexpected in a book of this age. Overall a very acceptable tight and clean copy of this book. ADDITIONAL PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Athena Rare Books ABAA]
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        Antiquitatum romanarum corpus absolutissimum, cum notis... Thomae Dempsteri. Cui accedunt Pauli Manutii Libri II. De legibus, et de senatu... Editio novissima.

      Amsterdam, Schouten, 1743.. 4°, circa 26 x 22,5 cm. Kupfertitel, Titel mit gestochener Vignette, 6 6 Bll., SS. 1-792, 1 Bl., SS. 815-956, 15 Bll. Reg., 1 w. Bl., 1 mehrf. gef. Plan, 7 Kupfertafeln Pergament d. Zt. mit reicher Vergoldung und grossen Wappen-Supralibros auf beiden Deckeln. " Graesse VI, 166; Lipsius/L. 340; Cicognara 3861: "Questo e riputato il libro piu completo, e piu ricco in fatto di antichita Romane. La migliore editione...". Umfangreiches Kompendium zur Geschichte des antiken Rom, enthält u. a. Beiträge zur Topographie, Numismatik, Architektur, dem Rechts- u. Kriegswesen etc. Die Seiten 793-814 sind, wie immer, in der Paginierung übersprungen, es fehlt aber nichts. "

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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        "Determinatio Orbitae Cometae qui mense Martio hujus anni 1742. potissimum fuit observatus". In: Miscellanea Berolinensia...Ex scriptis Societati Regiae scientiarum, Bd VII (letzter der Reihe)

      Berlin, J.G. Michaelis, 1743.. S. 1-90. (gesamter vorliegender Band VII: Titel, 2 nn Bll., 477 S., mit 8 gefalt. Kupfertafeln, davon 1 farbige). Mit 4 Bll. Tabellen und 1 Kupfertafel (im Euler-Beitrag). 4to (20 x 17,5 cm). Halbleder d.Z. mit RSchild (VGelenkbezug angerissen, Kanten leicht beschabt).. Harnack, Akademie Bd III, Gesamtregister von Köhncke p. 86.- Erstdruck dieser astronomischen Schrift des bedeutenden Schweizer Mathematikers und Physikers, der 1741 durch Berufung Friedrichs II. ordentliches Mitglied der Berliner Akademie geworden war (1744 erschien bei Haude in Berlin die umfangreichere Schrift "Theoria motuum planetarum et cometarum", Poggendorf I 689). Der vorliegende Sammelband der Akademieschriften, übrigens der letzte der Reihe, enthält 4 weitere (mathematische) Abhandlungen von Euler (s.die Titel b. Köhncke) bis Seite 242. Allesamt stellen sie die ersten Beiträge Eulers in diesem seit 1710 erscheinenden Periodicum dar! Neben seinen mathematischen Arbeiten stellen seine Theorie der Bewegung der Planeten sowie seine Himmelsmechanik seine bleibenden Hauptleistungen dar.- Durchgehend leicht gebräunt. Stempel u.Sign. auf Titel.

      [Bookseller: Fontane-Antiquariat Dr.Henning Scheffers]
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        Besondere Versuche vom Mineral-Geist zur Auflösung und Verwandlung derer Metallen, auch von der Bewegung der Welt und ihrer Theile. Aus dem Frantzösischen, mit Anmerckungen herausgegeben von Johann Friedrich Henkel

      Dresden und Leipzig, Friedrich Hekel 1743.. Mit gest. Frontispiz. 11 Bll., XXIII, 450 (recte 448) S., 8 Bll. Marmorierter Pappband mit neuerem handschriftl. Rückenschild (Remboitage). Ferguson II, 256 Anm.; Ferchl 440; Thorndike VIII, 362; Brüning 4428. - Zweite deutsche Ausgabe (erstmals 1742). - "It is written in a very bumptious and garrulous tone, without tact or any gift of expression". - Inhalt: 1. Von der Natur insgemein, 2.Von denen Metallischen Auflösungs-Mitteln, 3. Der wieder lebende Hermes, Anhang von einigen Zinck-Experimenten. - Pagination des Hauptteils beginnt mit S. 3, so aber komplett. - Vorsätze eng beschrieben. Etwas fleckig und leicht gebrauchsspurig, insgesamt gutes Exemplar!

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        Oeuvres de Machiavel. Nouvelle edition, augmentee de l'Anti-Machiavel & autres pieces. The Hague: aux depens de la compagnie, 1743.

      - The first edition to include Voltaire's version of Frederick the Great's chapter-by-chapter rebuttal of The Prince. Occupying most of Volume VI, the two texts are printed in parallel so that, as Frederick intended, the antidote sits next to the poison. ‘The history of the publication of the Anti-Machiavel is, of course, fascinating the nub of the matter being the coincidence of Frederick's ascending the throne when publication of his work, maintaining that rulers should govern according to the principles of private morality rather than what we would now call realpolitik, was embarrassingly imminent. As far as content is concerned, Voltaire made some modifications, but not many. [He] eliminated those elements that might jeopardize the international standing of a new (and young) European potentate. These changes involved in particular the elimination of over-dismissive judgements of reigning European heads of state and vigorous anti-clerical or even anti-religious statements. He ruthlessly excised every pleonasm, every redundant (according to classical tenets) image, every tendency to lengthy rhetoric, and every expression of general ideological principles (with which Frederick tended to introduce each chapter of his commentary). As a consequence, Frederick's text was reduced by one third, which, coincidentally, represents the proportion of notes to text for the Anti-Machiavel, so that (since the Refutation is not annotated) the two texts are of almost identical length (Richard Waller, The Modern Language Review, Vol. 94, no 3, 1999, p. 828). 6 volumes, 12mo, title-pages printed in red and black, xvi, 591; 429, [1]; xxii, [ii], 374; xxxii, 446; 480; lx, 485 pp., with the seven folding tables and one engraved folding plate in Volume III, contemporary tree calf, a little flaky, spines gilt in compartments with contrasting labels, rubbed with loss to some spine ends, bookplates of 'Felicie Ewald et Suurum' and E. Rosenberger, uniform light browning, a nice clean set without stamps or inscriptions. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rudi Thoemmes Rare Books]
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        L'Italie Publiée sous les Auspices de Monseigneur le Duc D'Orleans Premier Prince du Sang.

      1743 - Paris, 1743. Coloured. Two sheets conjoined, total 830 x 690mm. A large and impressive map of Italy, with the title on a banner drawn by Coypel and engraved by Aveline.

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        Besondere Versuche vom Mineral-Geist zur Auflösung und Verwandlung derer Metallen, auch von der Bewegung der Welt und ihrer Theile. Aus dem Frantzösischen, mit Anmerckungen herausgegeben von Johann Friedrich Henkel.

      Dresden und Leipzig, Friedrich Hekel 1743.. Mit gest. Frontispiz. 11 Bll., XXIII, 450 (recte 448) S., 8 Bll. Marmorierter Pappband mit neuerem handschriftl. Rückenschild (Remboitage).. Ferguson II, 256 Anm.; Ferchl 440; Thorndike VIII, 362; Brüning 4428. - Zweite deutsche Ausgabe (erstmals 1742). - "It is written in a very bumptious and garrulous tone, without tact or any gift of expression". - Inhalt: 1. Von der Natur insgemein, 2.Von denen Metallischen Auflösungs-Mitteln, 3. Der wieder lebende Hermes, Anhang von einigen Zinck-Experimenten. - Pagination des Hauptteils beginnt mit S. 3, so aber komplett. - Vorsätze eng beschrieben. Etwas fleckig und leicht gebrauchsspurig, insgesamt gutes Exemplar!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski]
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        The Prostitute, A Poem

      Printed for J. Wheble. First edition.. Title repaired and laid down; several pages with paper repairs; loss of a few letters on one leaf, but not the sense. A good copy.. 4to, modern brown quarter calf, marbled paper sides, gilt lettering, untrimmed. Engraved title-page. A didactic tale in verse of the ruin of a young woman named Melissa, who became entangled in a relationship with a man of higher economic and social rank, and ended up dead in the streets. Wynne (1743-1788) was a prolific miscellaneous writer and, among other things, edited The Lady's Magazine for Wheble, the publisher of this poem.

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        THEOLOGIE DE L' EAU OU ESSAI SUR LA BONTE, LA SAGESSE ET LA PUISSANCE DE DIEU, MANIFESTEES DANS LA CREATION DE L' EAU. ( 3 volumes dans 1 tome)

      Paris, Chaubert et Durand, 1743.**. Relié de l' époque, plein - maroquin brun, dos orné avec fil. fleuronné doré, titre doré, plats de papier marbré, 13x20cm, 412pp (3).Traduit de l' Allemand. Avec de nouvelles remarques communiquées au traducteur. De la nécessité de l' eau, de sa nature, de sa quantité et de la profondeur de la mer. De la fage et libérale dispensation des eaux dans tout le monde. Du mouvement des eaux.

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        Deuxieme vue de la Suisse prise du lac de Brientz, canton de Berne. Kupferstich um 1780 nach C.G. Schütz durch Carl Gottlieb Guttenberg.

      Paris, Basel, Selbstverlag; Schmidt,. ( Carl Gottlieb Guttenberg (1743-1792)) Bildgröße: 43 x 35 cm, auf Karton montiert und alt unter Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 59 x 48 cm. Das Blatt etwas knapp beschnitten, angestaubt und stockfleckig, der Rahmen gering bestoßen. ( Bitte beachten: Hier kein Versand wegen Bruchgefahr - bitte nur Selbstabholung in meinem Ladengeschäft ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

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        Des Freyherrn von Leibnitz kleinere Philosophische Schriften mit einer Vorrede herrn Chistian Wolffs Jena: Mayer, 1740 [bound with] MEIER: Beweiss, dass keine Materie dencken könne. Halle: Hemmerde, 1743 [bound with] MEIER: Beweis der vorherbestimmten Uebereinstimmung. Halle: Hemmerde, 1743.

      - Rare first Leibniz edition, bound with first editions of two related works by Georg Friedrich Meier (1718-77), one on materialism, the other on pre-established harmony. The Leibniz is rather misleadingly titled; what calls itself a collection of his minor writings in fact includes the Monadologie (in Huth's extended revision of Köhler's 1720 translation from the original French), Leibniz's replies to Bayle on pre-established harmony, and extracts from the correspondence with Samuel Clarke. Ravier 412. The two pieces by Meier are early, dating from his time as a student under A.G. Baumgarten, before he got his full professorship at Halle in 1748. 'While Baumgarten presents his views on Pre-established Harmony and Physical Influx within the context of his general metaphysics textbook, Meier, his student, devotes an entire treatise to the issue in 1743, namely Beweis der vorherbestimmten Ãœbereinstimmung. Accordingly, although Meier follows Baumgarten's main view, he is able to develop it in more detail. Thus, he feels justified in advancing Pre-established Harmony as a theorem rather than as a probable hypothesis' (Eric Watkins, 'From Pre-established Harmony to Physical Influx', JHI, 1998). 3 works in one volume, 8vo, [lxxviii], 464, [xii], 84, [xvi], 231, [1] pp., contemporary vellum with hand-lettered spine, without a front endpaper, early ownership inscription on first title-page, otherwise clean, very good copies. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Elementa matheseos universae. Editio novissima, multo auctior et Correctior

      Genevae [ Geneva ]: Henricum-Albertum Gosse, & Socios, 1743. Leather bound. Very Good. 5 volumes complete. 4to. Period leather bindings. Vol I (1743) : [III]-XXII, 518 pages plus 31 folding plates. Vol II (1746) : [III]-VIII, 396 pages plus 31 folding plates (including 14a and 14b). Vol III (1747) : VIII, 581 pages plus 51 folding plates. Vol IV (1749) : VIII, 374, [1], [ 1 blank ], plus 48 plates on 46 folding leaves. Vol V (1752) : [8], 501 pages plus 4 folding plates. In total, 165 plates on 163 folding sheets plus frontispiece. A collection of work which includes Mathematics, Arithmetic, Geometry, Triginometry, and many other topics. Period binding, some wear to corners and joings (still sound). Some material lacking on the bottom of Vol III spine, and that volume has several inches of cracking to the joints. Presents nicely on the shelf, and the many plates are bright and clean. Leather bound.

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        Bibliotheca Selectissima sive Catalogus Librorum in omni genere scientiarum rarissimorum... Samuel Engel in Republica Helveto-Bernensi

      Berne: F.S. Fetscherin, 1743. Three parts bound in one, first title in red and black, occasional early underlining, final blank clipped at top corner, a little dusted; a handsome copy in half-vellum over marbled paper boards, the vellum evidently a discarded fragment from an illuminated manuscript, rubbed, early ink author and title added at head of spine. Engel's books. Rare catalogue of the sale of the library of the distinguished Swiss geographer Samuel Engel (1702-1784) in 1743. This copy includes the uncommon third part of the sale: many libraries list only the first two parts. One library which does have all three parts is UCLA (Berkeley): the collation of this copy matches that of the copy at UCLA, making it unusually complete.'Engel was the author of several works on geography and economics. From his early years he was interested in geographical discoveries, particularly those dealing with the Polar regions. He examined diligently the maps and writing of Kirilov (the compiler of the first Russian atlas), Buache, Delisle, Müller, Gmelin, and others - and invariably, with some justification, found something wrong with each of them. He examined these works with regard to the northern parts of both Asia and America. Most of the questions he raised were valid and the present-day student of these regions would profit by reading his work with a modern map before them, to see who was right or wrong - and when wrong, how wrong. A valuable part of Engel's present work is his rejection of the persistent belief held by many of his contemporary geographers and cartographers that California was an island…' (Lada-Mocarski). The first and most substantial part of the catalogue (186 pp.) has works in Latin. As might be expected for a scholar of his day, the classics are well represented, and there are several works of comparative theology and the like. There are also many works of political science, with listings for Francis Bacon, Machiavelli, and several works by the utopian Campanella. There are also several editions of the Roman Catholic Index (the earliest by Innocent XI, 1596-8). A substantial section of the first part is devoted to Engel's collection of Codices Manuscripti. A second separately paginated part (39 pp.) deals with books in German and Dutch, while a third, also with separate pagination (62 pp.), is a selection of Engel's "Librorum Rariorum", this last with rather more substantial notes by the cataloguer. There is little evidence to explain why Engel divested himself of his library at a relatively early age, and it is interesting to speculate as to whether this sale represents a turning point in his career.

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        A Prospect of the Chee-Torr &c. on the River Wie, Two Miles below Buxton

      [No place] 1743 - A rare example from a series that was the first to display the picturesque nature of English landscapes. "Landscape prints encouraged admiration of natural scenery and native landscape painters sought British scenes to rival those found [abroad]. In stimulating an appetite for British beauty Thomas Smith of Derby. was a pivotal figure. A subscription for "eight of the most extraordinary Natural Prospects in the Mountainous Part of Derbyshire and Staffordshire, commonly called the peak" was proposed in June 1743. these landscapes. represent the first English appearance of the precipices and cascades that Burke would later call sublime.'(T. Clayton The English Print, 1997, p.157). This print, drawn and etched by Smith, depicts a cascade in the River Wye surrounded by the limestone walls of Chee Tor in Derbyshire. Etching by Thomas Smith with engraving by G?rard Scotin on laid paper, coloured by hand. (Corners rounded, two expertly repaired tears to upper blank margin).

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        Carte de l'Asie Mineure ou de la Natolie et du Pont Euxin, tirée des Voyages et des Observations des Anciens et Modernes, et dressée suivant les principes d'une nouvelle Projection.

      1743 - Nuremberg: Homann Heirs, 1743. Original colour with additions. 510 x 590mm. Numbered in old ink in top right margin. Map of Turkey and the Black Sea from ancient and modern sources. The ornate title cartouch is decorated with antiquities and a vignette of Hercules fighting a woman on horseback, wielding an axe. She is likely to be Hippolyta, queen of the Amazons, who dwelt in Scythia, on the north shores of the Black Sea.

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        Nouveau Recueil de contes de Fées [and] La Princesse Sensible et le Prince Typhon

      The Hague [i.e. Paris], 1743. Two bound together, duodecimo, some light spotting but in good condition in contemporary French mottled calf gilt, arms of Charlotte-Anne-Françoise de Montmerency-Luxembourg in gilt on covers. First editions of both works, from the library of the bibliophile Duchesse de Montmerency-Luxembourg. Like all of Lubert's works, these are both only rarely found: NUC lists a single copy of La Princesse Sensible, while Nouveau Recueil is not listed. Lubert (c.1710 - c.1779) was the daughter of a politician. Renouncing marriage she devoted herself to publishing many popular imaginative works, all issued anonymously. The elegance of many of her fairy tales had Voltaire describing her as 'Muse et Grâce'. Nouveau Recueil includes her story 'Le Navire Volant', in which a community of fairies overcome their oppressors by making a flying ship: 'à voïager dans les airs sur le Navire volant, quelque jour les plumes de Phœnix, differement placées, nous permettrons de les voir passer'.

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        Traité de Dynamique, dans lequel les Loix de l'Equilibre & du mouvement des Corps sont réduites au plus petit nombre possible, & démontrées d'une maniére nouvelle, & où l'on donne un Principe général pour trouver le Mouvement de plusieurs Corps qui agissent les uns sur les autres, d'une maniére quelconque

      Engraved vignette on title & four folding engraved plates. 2 p.l., xxvi, [2], 186, [2] pp. 4to, cont. marbled calf, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Paris: David l'aîné, 1743. First edition, and a wonderfully fine and fresh copy, of d'Alembert's masterpiece on dynamics; this has become a scarce book on the market. The present copy is the finest to appear in many many years. "The Traité de dynamique, which has become the most famous of his scientific works, is significant in many ways. First, it is clear that d'Alembert recognized that a scientific revolution had occurred, and he thought that he was doing the job of formalizing the new science of mechanics...The Traité also contained the first statement of what is known as d'Alembert's principle. D'Alembert was, furthermore, in the tradition that attempted to develop mechanics without using the notion of force. Finally, it was long afterward said (rather simplistically) that in this work he resolved the famous vis viva controversy, a statement with just enough truth in it to be plausible."-D.S.B., I, p. 111-(& see pp. 111-13 for a full account of the work). Ex Bibliotheca Mechanica. Preserved in a box. ❧ En Français dans le Texte 147. Printing & the Mind of Man 195. Roberts & Trent, Bibliotheca Mechanica, p. 7-"A landmark in the history of mechanics." .

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        Søe-Evolutioner eller En Orlogs-Flodes... Uddragne af P. Paul Hostes Verk: L'art Des armées navales og med endeel Ænmerkninger forbedrede

      Copenhagen: Ernst Henrich Berling, 1743. Folio, with woodcut headpieces, tailpieces, and initials, engraved allegorical frontispiece and 68 full-page plates, mostly showing various formations, manoeuvring, and engagements of naval fleets; title-page with oval library stamp of "Søe Officerernes Bibliothek Stempel"; a fine, fresh copy in an attractive contemporary calf binding, joints skilfully repaired, decorative gilt borders to sides with the cipher of King Christian VII of Denmark at the centre. Royal copy of an important work on naval manoeuvres. A wonderful royal copy of this splendid naval work, bound for Christian VII (1749-1808) who ruled as King of Denmark and Norway from 1766. This is the first edition of this important Danish work on naval manoeuvres, based on the French classic L'Art des Armées Navales by Père Paul l'Hoste, first published in Lyons in 1697. 'Hoste's book was an immediate success and soon became very well known. It was republished in 1727. Over the course of the eighteenth century several books based on L'Art des Armées Navales were to appear. In 1743 C.F.L. Fontenay, an officer in the Danish Navy, published Søe-Evolutioner eller En Orlogs-Flodes… Although this book relied heavily on L'Art des Armées Navales it is not simply a translation of that work. De Fontenay revised much of the text, omitted many of the mathematical elements of Hoste's original, added much derived from his own experience as a naval officer and had the plates re-engraved…' (Hugh Cahill: see note below). Paul l'Hoste (1652-1700) was a Jesuit who served in the French navy as a chaplain. Despite his higher calling he was a gifted naval strategist who developed a system of tactics based on the single line ahead and the independent action of squadrons, using new ideas such as "doubling" and "breaking the line". His book was 'a standard work on naval tactics, which includes valuable accounts (with many engraved illustrations) of the battles of the Second Dutch War…' (National Maritime Museum Library Catalogue). Instructions are given for the fleet to sail out in an orderly formation, deploy for battle in line or column, retreat, cope with foul weather, and so on. The fine and detailed engravings illustrate how the ships of a fleet should shift from one formation to another. An excellent article on Hoste's book by Hugh Cahill appears in the King's College London "Book of the Month Archive" at www.kcl.ac.uk/depsta/iss/library/speccoll/bomarch/bomarch.html.

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        Traité de dynamique, dans lequel les Loix de l'equilibre & du mouvement des corps sont réduites au plus petit nombre possible, & démontrées d'une maniére nouvelle, & où l'on donne un principe général pour trouver le mouvement de plusieurs corps qui agissent les uns sur les autres, d'une maniére quelconque.D'Alembert's principle. Paris: Chez David l'aîné, 1743.

      First edition of this landmark in the history of mechanics. "This book, D'Alembert's magnum opus, was one of the first to give a unified view of mechanics. It started out from a minimum of principles, one of which came to be named after him." (<i>Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics, ch. 11</i>).<br/><br/> &#10087; PMM 195; Norman 31; Roberts & Trent 7; Stanitz 56.<br/><br/> "The 'Treatise on Dynamics' was d'Alembert's first major book and it is a landmark in the history of mechanics. It reduces the laws of the motion of bodies a law of equilibrium. Its statement that 'the internal for of inertia must be equal and opposite to the forces to produce the acceleration' is still known as d'Alembert's principle.' This principle is applied to many phenomena and, in particular, to the theory of the motion of fluids. It has become useful in the practical solution of many technical and mechanical problems, and is as import for the motion of bodies as is the principle of virtual velocities for their equilibrium" (PMM). <br/><br/> "The treatise itself consists of two parts; the first defines the general laws of motion and the equilibrium of bodies, while the second considers the general principles of move¬ment of several bodies acted upon by each other. D'Alembert's work is at least as important as that of Laplace and exceeds the practical and engineering utility of Des¬cartes. In essence, d'Alembert and Coriolis provided engineers with two of the tools necessary to practice their profession." (Roberts & Trent). <br/><br/> This work was the foundation for Lagrange's classic book on analytical mechanics which codified the laws governing the motions of any systems of bodies. D'Alembert is also credited with laying to rest, in the <i>Traite</i>, the <i>vis viva</i> controversy by investigating its philosophical basis and dismissing its ontological reality. "In this way d'Alembert was clearly a precursor of positivistic science" (DSB). <br/><br/> D'Alembert was the scientific editor of the <i>Encyclopédie</i>, and his preface to the <i>Traité de dynamique</i> sets out his philosophy of science and his recognition of the conceptual revolution catalysed by Newton.. 4to (220 x 168 mm), pp [4] xxvi [2] 186 [2] and four folding engraved plates of diagrams, vignette by Duflos on title. Contemporary calf with gilt spine and red spine label, some wear to extremeties, but completely unrestored. Provenance: The Janus Foundation (book plate to front pastedown); T. Blixenstierna (engraved book plate to verso of title)

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        CUATRO DISERTACIONES SOBRE LAS FIEBRES.]

      Aviñón y Montpellier, 1743 - -1745. 16,2 cm. 4 vol. divididos en 10 capítulos: (I) DUPAS DE CHAUMILLON, Jacobus. DISSERTATIO DE FEBRIBUS. Tip. Francisci Girard et Dom. Seguin. Aviñón, 1743. [4], 60 pág. (sign. []2, A-G4, H2). Frisos y capitulares. Biblioteca Nacional de Francia (BNF) 36876865. (II) GAGNON, Ludovicus Josephus. DISSERTATIO DE FEBRE MALIGNA, QUAM PROPUGNABIT. Apud Joannem Martel. Montpellier, 1745. 16,2 cm. [4], 36 pág. (sign. []2, A-E4, D2). Friso tipográfico. Cerco de antigua humedad en la portada. BNF 36883037. (III) DETCHEGARAY, Joannes. DISSERTATIO DE FEBRE ARDENTI, AC DE CONTINUA ACUTA HUMORALI SYMPTOMATICA, quam propugnabit. Tip. Francisci Girard. Aviñón, 1745. 16,2 cm. 30 pág. (sign. A-C4, B[i.e. D]3). Frisos y capitulares xilográficos. BNF36873949. (IV) ROUVEYRE DOZON, Simon Petrus. DISSERTATIO DE FEBRE NON HUMORALI AC DE FEBRE HECTICA. Quam propugnabit. Tip. Francisci Girard. Aviñón, 1745. 16,3 cm. 1 h., 47 pág. (sign. A-F4). Frisos y capitulares. Ilustr. con un escudo calcográfico que precede a la portada. Papel levemente tostado. No en la BNF. Cuatro vol. enc. en tela reciente, tejuelo. * Disertaciones acerca de las fiebres presentadas ante el tribunal de la Academia de Medicina de Montpellier, presidido por Antoine Fizes, en los años 1743 y 1745. La primera (capítulos uno a cinco) va a cargo del francés Jacques Dupas; la seis es obra de Louis-Joseph Gagnon, de Grenoble; la tercera (capítulos siete y ocho) la firma el también alumno de medicina de origen cántabro Juan de Echegaray, del lugar de Sara, diócesis de Baiona; y la última (capítulos nueve y diez), acerca de la fiebre de origen no humoral y de la fiebre héctica, un estado febril caracterizado por grandes oscilaciones de temperatura, corresponde a Simon Petrus Rouveyre. Antoine Fizes (1690-1765) fue profesor de química en dicha institución y autor de numerosas obras médicas y de un conocido tratado sobre el tema que nos ocupa. A pesar de que las disertaciones se publicaron por separado y de que la Biblioteca Nacional de Francia las trata de forma individual, las ofrecemos conjuntamente por cuanto se centran en un único un tema, fueron expuestas ante el mismo tribunal y adoptan la forma de capítulos sucesivos, lo que denota la voluntad de la Academia montpellerina de dotarlas de cierta unidad. medicina, fiebres, siglo XVIII Altres malalties, epidèmies Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 latín [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        INTRODUCTION A L&#39;HISTOIRE GENERALE ET POLITIQUE DE L&#39;UNIVERS, OÙ L&#39;ON VOIT L&#39;ORIGINE, LES RÉVOLUTIONS, L&#39;ETAT PRÉSENT, & LES INTÉRÊTS DES SOUVERAINS

      Amsterdam: Zacharie Chatelain, 1743-45. Hardcover. Two tables and one portrait lacking. Contemporary armorial stamp on title pages; occasional toning or browning of text, engraved matter generally very clean. A Fine set, attractively bound. Eight duodecimo (4" x 6-3/4") volumes bound in recent russet morocco leather with gilt-lettered and decorated spines and morocco spine labels. Illustrated with 8 engraved frontispieces, one portrait (of 2), and 41 engraved maps by Chatelain. Volumes 1-5 deal with Europe and Africa, Volumes 6-7 with Asia, and Volume 8 with the Americas.

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        Opuscules physiques et chymiques.Paris: Durand, Didot le jeune, Esprit, 1774. First edition.

      A beautiful copy of this milestone of chemical literature, "an advance over anything which had gone before" (Partington) and a "very important book" (Duveen). &#10087;Norman 1288; Duveen 339; Duveen & Klickstein 121.<br/><br/> "A founder of modern chemistry and universally acknowledged as the greatest French chemist of the eighteenth century, Lavoisier (1743-1794) was educated as a lawyer. After attending the chemical lectures of G. F. Rouelle (1768), he began his researches in 1772 on combustion and calcination, experimenting with carbon (diamond), phosphorus, sulphur, and the conversion of cakes into metals "In 1774 Lavoisier published the first and only volume of his <i>Opuscules physiques et chymiques</i>, a pioneer work in which he gives a historical survey of previous workers' efforts and then describes his own experiments on gases and the conclusions to be derived from them" (Duveen & Klickstein). Some of the experiments deal with the composition of the atmosphere and with oxygen. Published the same year as the first volume of Priestley's <i>Experiments and observations on air</i> (1774), it exerted a tremendous influence on Continental chemists and set the stage for Lavoisier's overthrow of the phlogiston theory. Partington (pp. 388-393) analyzes the contents and describes this work as "an advance over anything which had gone before." A "very important book" (Duveen), one of Lavoisier's four major works, and a milestone of chemical literature." (Neville).. 8vo (196 x 126 mm), pp [2:title], [i] ii-xxx, [2:part-title], [1] 2-436 and 3 engraved folding plates bound at the end, with cancels at a1, A3, N1, Q8, R1, S6, and V2. Bound in a fine contemporary and unrestored French calf with raised bands and richly gilt spine, all edges colored in red, besides some light damp staining to a few gatherings of the index a very fresh and unsually clean copy. Rare in such good condition

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        Indenture Involving a Papermaker

      1743. No place, 1743. 508 mm tall by 646 mm wide, single sheet of parchment folded. not paginated. Indenture made the second day of March, in the seventeenth year of the reign of our sovereign lord, George the Second, in the year of our Lord 1743 between Robert Allen of Chelsfield in the county of Kent, yeoman, and Stephen Allen, of the same place, yeoman, & William Willmott of Shoreham, in the county of Kent, Papermaker. * This is a property lease for one year . Manuscript is 38 lines long in black ink. Upper left corner engraved royal arms with surrounding scroll- and trelliswork extending along 1/3 of upper line 160 x 158mms. Within scrollwork are four women (muses or fates perhaps?) and the name of the stationer who created the document (T. Brookbank, Stationer at Furnivals Inn). Below this, 3 stamps of VI pence each in blue embossed with a crowned garter motto with a Tudor rose in the center. Folded lower border with 3 cloth ribbons and red seals about 20 mms down with portrait of a Renaissance (?) man facing left along with signatures of the people involved.

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        DELEYTE DE LA DISCRECION, Y FACIL ESCUELA DE LA AGUDEZA, que en ramillete texido de ingeniosas promptitudes y moralidades provechosas, con muchos avisos de cristiano, y politico desengaño, que dividido en ocho capítulos de todas clases de personas, y sexos, publica en reconocimiento obsequioso de l curiosidad cortesana.

      Imp. Lorenzo Francisco Mojados. Madrid, 1743 - . 20 cm. [48], 325 pág. Texto con apostillas marginales. Enc. plena piel de época, nervios. Marca de anterior poseedor. Pequeña mancha en el margen superior de las últimas pág. Palau 89874. Obra que recoje los cuentos, anécdotas, dichos y filosofías de gracia fina y de cierto empaque literario -al decir de Sainz de Robles. Esta obra fue bastante popular y se hicieron varias ediciones en el XVIII y alguna del XIX. Apotegmas, aforismos, dichos, anécdotas, cuentos Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        A Map of the Ancient River Witham. and. of all Rivers and Drains of any note that have their Outfalls into the same, together with. the Station Points of our Levelling Notes. by John Grundy Sen.r & Jun.r of Spalding in Lincolnshire, Engineers Anno Dom. 1743.

      1743 - Spalding, 1743. 440 x 725mm. Paper toned, single worm hole, ink stamp of the Depot de la Marine upper centre.

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