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        LE PARFAIT MARESCHAL, qui enseigne a connaître la beauté, la bonte et les défauts des chevaux, les signes & causes des maladies, les moyens de les prevenir, leur guérison, le bon ou mauvais usage de la purgation & de la saignée. La manière de les conserver dans les voyages, de les nourrir, & de les panser selon l´ordre. La Ferrure sur les desseins des Fers, qui rétabliront les méchans pieds, conserveront les bons. Ensemble, un Traité du Haras, pour élever de beaux bons Poulains, les préceptes pour bien emboucher les chevaux. Avec les figures nécessaires

      Pierre-Jean Mariette, Paris 1744 - 4º M. Primera parte: Frontis, portada, 2 h. 512 p. 5 h (tablas). Segunda parte: 376 p. 1 lámina plegada (grabado) 6 h. (tablas). Plena piel época, nervios, tejuelos. - Dos partes en un volumen. Papel de hilo. Grabados entre el texto y grabados a toda plana fuera de texto. [Mennessier de la Lance II, 523] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Roman History of Titus Livius; with the Entire Supplement of John Freinsheim

      T. Osborne. Later Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 6 volumes in contemporary calf, corners a bit worn, hinges lightly rubbed, damage to a number of the lettering pieces; old minor repairs to a few corners and hinges, generally discrete and apparently unnecessary - quite sound and attractive overall. A few minor smudges and marks, endpapers browned, old signature to endpaper, but generally fine and bright internally. With a frontispiece in volume 1 and 7 folding maps, one folding plate of coins and 11 plates. xxi, 400pp, table and index; 444pp, index; 474pp, index; 514pp, index; 525pp, index; 552pp, index. Graesse v4 233 (the 1744-45 Hayes ed.). Size: Octavo (8vo). 6-volume set (complete). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 045194.

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        D N Justiniani Perpetui Augusti Institutionum Sive Elementorum.

      1744 - The Institutes with Commentaries by Notable French Scholars [Justinian (483-565 CE)]. Lacoste, Jean [c.1560-1637], Theodore Marcile[1548-1617] and Marc-Antoine Muret [1526-1585], Commentators. van de Water, Johannes [d.1689], Editor. D.N. Justiniani Perpetui Augusti Institutionum, Sive Elementorum per Tribunianum, Virum Magnificum, Magistrum & Exquaestore Sacri Palatii, & Theophilum, & Dorotheum, Viros Illustres, & Antecessores, Libri Quatuor Emendatissimi ex Editione Jacob Cujacii. In Eosdem.& Antecessoris Clariss. Commentarius. Accedunt Huic Editioni Annotationes & Notae Theodori Marcilii & Marci Antonii Mureti Ut & M. Tatii Alpini Dessertatio de Surto per Lancem & Licium Concepto. Adjecti Quoque Sunt Varii Indices Curante Joanne van de Water. Leiden: Apud Samuelem Luchtmans, 1744. xxxxviii, 667, [1] pp. Fold-out table of descents. Quarto (7-1/2" x 9-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, raised bands, ornate gilt double frames enclosing heraldic device to boards, gilt ornaments to spine. Soiling, some wear to corners and spine ends, front endleaf (or half-title) lacking. Title page printed in red and black. Handsome woodcut tail-pieces and decorated initials. Partial split between preliminary gathering and title page. Interior notably fresh. * An edition of the Institutes edited by Jacques Cujas (Cujacius) with extensive commentary and notes by Jean Lacoste, Theodore Marcile and Marc-Antoine Muret. These jurists, who followed Cujas' example, were leaders of the French humanistic school, which aimed to purge Roman sources of later corruptions. Their pioneering methods did much to establish the field of philology. Compiled around 161 CE, the Institutes is an elementary treatise on Roman private law that served as a standard text for 300 years. After its rediscovery during the medieval era it became a staple of European legal education. Not in the British Museum Catalogue. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases. 4th Edition(TitleLanguage) Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases,4th Edition

      Saunders, 2013-03-22. hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.HardCover. Pub Date :2013-03-22 Pages: 1744 Language: English Publisher: Saunders In print. online. or on your mobile device. Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Disease provides the comprehensive and actionable coverage you need to understand. diagnose. and manage the ever-changing. high-risk clinical problems caused by pediatric infectious diseases. With new chapters. expanded and updated coverage. and increased worldwide perspectives. this authoritative medical reference offers... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        A Sermon Preached Before His Britannick Majesty's Troops on the Assembling of the Foreign Forces at Bruxells, May 17. N.S. 1744

      [No place: no publisher]. 1744. First. First edition. Disbound. 19, (1)pp. Modest age-toning, a very good or better copy. Taylor was the Rector of Broadway in the county of Dorset and Chaplain to His Majesty's own Regiment of Horse. OCLC locates no copies; COPAC locates a single copy at Oxford, but with the final leaf mutilated. .

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        Title in Greek.] Aeliani De natura animalium libri XVII. Cum animadversionibus Conradi Gesneri, et Danielis Wilhelmi Trilleri: curante Abrahamo Gronovio, qui et suas adnotationes adjecit.

      excudit G. Bowyer, sumptibus Societatis ad Literas Promovendas Institutae, Londini 1744 - First edition, 2 volumes, 4to, pp. xiv, xxvii, [36], 603, [1]; [605]- 1128, [86]; engraved vignette on title-p. and on last page of text; woodcut ornaments; parallel text in Greek and Latin throughout; contemporary full calf, red and citron morocco labels on gilt-decorated spines, sprinkled edges; joints cracked but holding firm, covers and extremities rubbed, title foxed, else clean throughout. A reprint of the Amsterdam edition of 1731 of which Dibdin says, "An admirable edition, embracing all the notes of the preceding editors, and accompanied by the learned remarks of Gronovius himself. The Greek text is formed upon that of Perizonius, from which it never departs unless with the authority of ancient manuscripts." This edition bears a dedication from Gronovius to Dr. Richard Mead dated Leiden, 1743. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HISTOIRE GENERALE DE LA MARINE, contenant son origine chez tous les Peuples du monde, ses progrès, son état actuel, et les Expéditions Maritimes anciennes et modernes.- CODE DES ARMÉES NAVALES OU RECUEIL DES ÉDITS, DECLARATIOS, ORDONNANCES ET REGLEMENS SUR LE FAIT DE LA MARINE DU ROI.

      - 3 vols. Chez Pierre Prault/Antoine Boudet. Paris/Amsterdam. 1744/1746/1758. I.-Frontispicio+XIIpp.+610pp.+1h. II.-VIIpp.+656pp. III.-282pp.+XXIhh. despl.+184pp.+347pp. 26 x 20 cm. Enc. pasta española con hierros dorados. MARINA-VIAJES-FRANCÉS

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        Of the Use and Abuse of Parliaments : in Two Historical Discourses: Viz. 1. a General View of Government in Europe. (By A. Sidney. ) 2. a Detection of the Parliaments of England from the Year 1660 - [Complete in 2 Volumes]

      London, Printed In The Year, 1744 - Physical desc. : 2 v. ([4], 332, *333-338*; [2], *333-336*, 337-718 p. ) ; 8o. Subject: Great Britain. Parliament - History - Early works to 1800. Part 1 is a reprint of a dissertation by Algernon Sidney. Referenced by: ESTC t131624. Very good copy bound in [later) aniline calf over marble boards. Spine bands and panel edges slightly rubbed and toned as with age. Remains a particularly well-preserved set overall; tight, bright, clean and strong. 2 Kg. 0 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Grace Defended, in a Modest Plea for an Important Truth . . .

      Boston: Printed by B. Green for D. Henchman, 1744. - The most important theological thesis by the Calvinist Experience Mayhew (1673-1758), whose work as a teacher and missionary to the Indians on Martha's Vineyard and Cape Cod and translator of the Indian languages was highly regarded throughout New England. See the DAB. Attractive contemporary ink signature of "John Ballantine / 1744" on the title page. 4to, contemporary Cambridge-style calf (restored with new spine and lower board, period style). Without the errata leaf (not always present). Evans 5439. Some foxing, but a very nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Collection of 10 pamphlets relating to the controversy concerning the battle of Toulon.]

      London: various publishers, 1744-5 - 10 octavo pamphlets, all uncut, most unopened, sewn in original wraps as issued. Housed in a black cloth solander box. Wraps a little tattered in some case, one upper wrap detached, and two lacking, but overall very good indeed. 4 folding maps and a folding table to the first item. First editions. An interesting selection of publications offering insight into this perfect exemplar of the eighteenth-century naval controversy, questions of ship-handling, the interpretation of signals, and personality clashes, all overlaid by matters of patronage. "Lestock's name will always be connected with the battle of Toulon (11 February 1744). By adhering to a restrictive interpretation of the fighting instructions and declining to take any initiatives he contributed to a monumental naval failure" (ODNB). Lestock and his direct superior Admiral Thomas Mathews had had previous contretemps, and in the aftermath of the battle, a virulent pamphlet war flared with Lestock throwing "blame on various captains not in his division and especially on Mathews, whom he charged publicly." Public opinion was against Lestock, but Admiral Byng's "interest" ensured that a parliamentary enquiry, and subsequent court martial were managed in Lestock's favour, "There is every sign that the exoneration of Lestock was arranged. The court, in fact, carried it to an extreme, for in every way conceivable the members found no possible fault in Lestock's conduct. Subsequently, the same court cashiered Mathews The public was not convinced. As a naval historian writing in 1758 observed, the 'nation could not be persuaded that the vice-admiral ought to be exculpated for not fighting' and the admiral cashiered for fighting (Barrow, The Naval History of Great Britain)." The ten pamphlets are as follow; [Mathews], A Narrative of the Proceedings of His Majesty's Fleet in the Mediterranean (1744); Original Letters and Papers between Adm--------l M---------ws, and V. Adm-------l L---------k (1744); Admiral Matthews's Account of the Action in the Mediterranean (1745); Vice-Admal Lestock's Recapitulation (1745); Admiral Mathews's Charge against Vice-Admiral Lestock Dissected and Confuted (1745); Ad------l M------ws's Conduct In the Late Engagement Vindicated (1745); An Impartial Review of the Conduct of the Admirals M---ws and L----k (1745); Minutes taken at a Court-Martial assembled On Board His Majesty's Ship Torbay (1745); Appendix to the minutes taken at a Court-Martial (1745); Captain Opie's Appeal against the Illegal Proceedings of Vice-Admiral Mathews (1745) [Attributes: First Edition]

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        CAII SALLUSTII CRISPI QUÆ EXSTANT OPERA

      Lutetiæ Parisiorum: Sumptibus Mich. Steph. David filii, 1744.. xlviii,392,[1]pp. Small octavo. Contemporary deep red French morocco, spine gilt extra with floral devices within five compartments, gilt ruled borders, gilt inner dentelles, contrasting morocco label, marbled endleaves, a.e.g. Engraved frontis and two engraved plates, five head- and tail-pieces. Small spot in lower margin of frontis, stamp of Herzoglicher s. Meiningischer Bibliothek on verso of title and case number on verso of free endsheet, minute worm hole near toe of upper joint (with no internal penetration), otherwise a handsome, near fine copy. First this edition, illustrated with the three plates after C.N. Cochin, and the illustrative head- and tail-pieces by J.B.M. Pierre, all engraved by E. Fessard. Edited, with a brief life, by Stephan A. Phillippe. This is a large-paper copy (14.8 x 8.8cm). COHEN-DE RICCI (VI), p.937. BRUNET V:87.

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        Hudibras in Three Parts Written in the Time of the Late Wars: Corrected and Amended with Large Annotations, and a Preface, By Zachary Grey

      Printed by J. Bentham, Cambridge 1744 - Complete in 2 volumes. Collation, xiv, xxxvi, [42] subscribers list, 424,[16]pp index, [2]446[22]pp index, [1]pp errata, engraved frontis, 16 plates, some folding. Bound In antiquarian style full modern calf, raised bands, gilt lines, leather title labels, gilt rule lines and centre stamp to boards, inner dentelles. Both bindings in excellent condition. Internally, pages and engraved plates in very good clean condition. A very nice copy. A17 Size: 8vo

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        Hudibras.

      In Three Parts, Written in the Time of The Late Wars; Corrected and Amended. With Large Annotations, And a Preface, By Zachary Grey. Adorn'd with a new set of Cuts. Cambridge: Printed by J. Bentham, for W. Innys, et al., 1744. - Best edition. The first printing of Grey's edition of Butler's mock epic satirizing the Puritans, with 16 engraved plates (some folding) by William Hogarth, and an engraved frontispiece portrait of Butler from a painting by G. Soest. Two volumes, 8vo. With a list of subscribers, errata & indices. Full contemporary speckled calf, gilt, skillfully rebacked, all edges stained yellow. Slight wear to edges & corners, otherwise a fine, well preserved set. CBEL II: 260; Lowndes 335. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hudibras, in Three Parts, written in the Time of the late Wars: corrected and amended. With large Annotations and a Preface by Zachary Grey. SCARCE IRISH PIRATE?

      Printed by A. Reilly on Cork-Hill for Robert Owen in Skinner-Row and William Brien in Dame-Street Dublin 1744 - 2 vols., 8vo., with a wood-engraved portrait frontispiece and 16 fine wood-engraved plates (5 folding), some light and inoffensive age-staining, small neat signature on front free endpapers; attractively bound in late eighteenth century calf, backs with five raised bands, second and fourth compartments with (respectively) red and green leather labels lettered, numbered and ruled in gilt, all other compartments ruled in gilt, covers mildly age-worn (a larger scuff on each upper board), joints lightly rubbed else an unusually well-preserved, firm copy. With the fine nineteenth century engraved armorial bookplate of John Birney on front paste-downs (one bookplate defaced). With the full index in each volume (14pp and 18pp respectively), and 8pp list of subscribers, and separate single leaf of additional subscribers (often missing) at end of first volume. The first edition with Grey's extensive notes and splendid plates engraved by Mynde after Hogarth. The frontispiece is engraved by Vertue after Soest. The present copy is almost certainly an Irish pirated version of Bentham's Cambridge edition of the same year. The list of subscribers includes several Irish booksellers who presumably resold the Cambridge edition. A clean copy with particularly sharp impressions of the plates. See NCBEL II, p.437 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Berättelse/ om ajuckiniska Calmuckiet, eller om detta folkets ursprung, huru de kommit under ryssarnas lydno, deras gudar, gudsdyrkan och prester, huru de skiftas uti 4 ulusser eller folkhopar, deras politique och philosophie, med flera deras lefwernes sätt och seder så wid bröllop som begrafningar.

      1744 - Stockholm, L. Salvius, 1744. 8:o. (10),68 pp. Sewn with a new backstrip. Uncut. Minor stains. Some loss of paper in upper margin on pp. (5-8) and a long tear in outer margin on pp. 11-12.First edition of the first significant ethnographical study of Kalmykia. Ends with a few examples of the language in that region. The author was a Swedish army officer who accompanied a chinese diplomatic mission to Kalmykia. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Travels into Turkey: Containing the most accurate Account of the Turks, and Neighbouring Nations, Their Manners, Customs, Religion, Superstition, Policy, Riches, Coins, &c. Translated from the Original Latin of

      London: Printed for J. Robinson and W. Payne, 1744. . Second English edition. 12mo. (iv), 290 pp. Contemporary full calf, spine with raised bands, renewed gilt lettered label to style, gilt tooling to other panels, armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Expert repairs to head, tail and joints, a very good copy. Appointed Austrian Ambassador to the Ottoman Court in the mid-16th century, Busbecq’s popular work is one of the most important accounts of its kind, complete with a wide range of observations on natural history as well as political and cultural issues. First published in 1581, and in English in 1694.

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        The London Magazine: And Monthly Chronologer. MDCCXLIV [1744]

      London: Tho. Astley. (1744). First. Bound annual volume. Contemporary full leather with red morocco spine label gilt. Half-title present. Professionally rebacked. Corners worn, modest wear to boards, very good. A full year of the monthly magazine with much on the current political, domestic, and foreign affairs, including the run-up to the French and Indian War. Of particular interest is the reporting on the death of Alexander Pope, his printed will, and the many tributes paid to him. Ownership signature (twice) of Ebenezer Storer, Junior, prominent merchant and Revolutionary War officer from Massachusetts and Maine, and subject of one of John Singleton Copley's best-known portraits, currently housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. .

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        PAMELA, ou la vertu recompensée.

      Aux dépens de la Compagnie 1744 - - Aux dépens de la Compagnie, A Amsterdam 1744, 4 tomes en 4 Vol. in 12 (9,5x16,2cm), (26) 480pp. et (2) 491pp. et (6) 635pp. et (2) 646pp., relié. - Nouvelle édition, illustrée de 32 figures par Punt et une vignette de titre répétée sur les 4 tomes. Pages de titres en rouge et noir. Première édition, semble-t-il, a être totalement illustrée, de précédentes éditions ne présentaient que quatre frontispices, cependant il est à noter que les figures portent la date de 1742. La mention de troisième édition ne renvoie qu'aux éditions hollandaises et n'est donc pas significative. Traduction de l'abbé Prévost et de Aubert de la Chesnaye des Bois. Pleine Basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Coiffe de tête du tome I arrachée. Un manque en tête du tome II. Un manque au mors supérieur en queue du tome I. Coiffe de queue en partie manquante au tome III. Coins émoussés. Frottements. Rousseurs péarses. Pamela fut un véritable coup de théâtre dans le monde des lettres et eut un succès retentissant dans toute l'Europe. Son principal mérite est sans doute d'avoir donné naissance non seulement au roman epistolaire (Rousseau) mais à Fielding qui donna deux suites satiriques : Les aventures de joseph Andrews et Tom Jones. On sait que Diderot ne tarissait pas d'éloges à propos de ce roman. Pamela est un roman de moeurs et un roman sentimental dont l'empreinte sur la littérature du XVIIIe est indélébile et durable. On le considère souvent comme le premier roman de moeurs bourgeoises, et ce déplacement des lieux de l'action de l'aristocratie vers la bourgoisie eut un énorme impact. (26) 480pp. et (2) 491pp. et (6) 635pp. et (2) 646pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Exemplification of the Common Recovery, with Double Voucher, (1683-1760, King of Great Britain)

      1744 - by Richard Weale and Thomas Wroughton from Jonathan Evendon, Gent., of "3 messuages, 7 gardens, 70 acres of land, fifty acres of meadow, 50 acres of pasture and 10 acres of wood" in Bromley Chart next Sutton Valence, Boughton Monchelsea, Langley and Erith, Kent, heard before Sir John WILLES, 1685-1761, from 1737 Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, and implemented by Thomas Hodsdon Esq., Sheriff of Kent, Evendon vouches [calls upon] to warrant him in possession the original owners in tail Charles and his wife Sarah Raymond, John and Thomas Webster, who are thereupon sued by Weale and Wroughton, so the original owners in tail call upon Samuel Ward as common vouchee, fine large portrait of George II in elaborate initial 'G', 8¾" x 7½", the heading continues along the top with a wide border of female figures including Britannia, and the Royal Arms, all engraved, vellum tab, Seal of the Court of Common Pleas in green-brown wax, 4½ inch diameter, the obverse bears George II enthroned, with figures emblematic of power and justice, the reverse bears the Royal Arms supported by a dragon and greyhound, below are the remains of the legend 'PRO BREVIBUS CORAM IUSTICIARIIS', the document vellum 28¼" x 33", Westminster, 7th May, 17th year of George II, seal defective at top near tab and on sinister side of the king's figure, lacking about one third in all, worn and legends faint, rust offset of former metal seal case affects several words near end (all can be supplied) and has caused three small holes in the decorative heading A 'common recovery' converted an 'estate in tail', burdened by conditions as to who might inherit, into an 'estate in fee simple', with absolute power to dispose of it. A friend of the owner claimed in court that the estate was all along in fee simple, and that he had been disseised of it by a fictitious Hugh Hunt within the past thirty years (in Ireland, Hugh Blake and twenty years). A 'common vouchee', usually the court crier, next claimed, untruthfully, that he had sold the lands to the present owner. Judgment was given for the friend, and against the common vouchee, who was supposed to give the present owner lands of equal value. As he was a 'man of straw', he never did. In this way the estate was conveyed to the friend, to be returned or disposed of by private arrangement. In later recoveries 'with double voucher', as here, the present owner in tail previously conveyed the estate to a further friend. The further friend called upon the owner in tail to warrant his possession, and the owner in tail called on the common vouchee. Common recoveries, designed to bind all parties and cover all loop-holes, were abolished in 1833, and replaced by a simple form of deed made by the owner.

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        Sancti Anselmi Ex Beccensi Abbate Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi. Opera Omnia nec non Eadmeri Monachi Cantuariensis Historia Novorum et alia opuscula: Labore ac studio D. Gabielis Gerberon, Monachi Congregationis S. Mauri ad Mfs. Fidem expurgata. Prima Editio Veneta, Correcta & Aucta. Tomus Primus, Tomus Secundus.

      Typis Josephi Coronae,, Venetiis, 1744 - In folio (37,5x25 cm); due tomi in un volume: (12), XL, 484 pp. e una c. di tav. fuori testo in antiporta con bellissimo ritratto di Sant'Anselmo, XXIV, 366, (2), 243, (1) pp. Bella legatura coeva in mezza pergamena con titolo in oro al dorso su fascetta rossa.GOOD COPY. VERY RARE. Piatti foderati con carta coeva (qualche leggera strofinatura). Tagli spruzzati in rosso. All'interno in ottime condizioni di conservazione e con ampi margini. Prima edizione veneziana stampata da Giuseppe Corona curata dal noto benedettino giansenista originario di Saint-Clais (Maine), Gerberon Gabriel pubblicate per la prima volta a Parigi nel 1675. Frontespizio del primo volume in rosso e nero, numerosissimi testatine, finalini e iniziali xilografici. Testo in colonne doppie. Celebre e monumentale raccolta del pensiero del celebre padre della Chiesa Cattolica S. Anselmo di Canterbury (1033-1109) nato a Aosta, in Piemonte. Dopo aver studiato in Borgogna e in Francia, entrò nell'ordine benedettino. Divenne arcivescovo di Canterbury nel 1093 carica che ricoprì fino alla morte. Teologo e filosofo molto ammirato è considerato fra i padri della scolastica ed è conosciuto per la sua tesi ontologica dell'esistenza di Dio, dimostrata nel suo Proslogion (1077-1078). Si schierò fortemente contro l'anti-intellettualismo, insistendo sul fatto che l'analisi razionale della fede cristiana non conduce necessariamente allo scetticismo. Al contrario, credeva che lo studio intelligente avrebbe portato ad una migliore comprensione della fede rendendola più forte. Fu canonizzato nel 1494 e nominato Dottore della Chiesa nel 1726. Doctor magnificus, come viene anche chiamato, scrisse numerose opere. L'opera più famosa del periodo inglese (terminata, però in esilio in Italia, sull'eremo benedettino di Villa degli Schiavi, l'antica Villa Sclavia, oggi Liberi in Provincia di Caserta) fu il Cur Deus homo (Perché un Dio-uomo?). Anselmo ci ha lasciato anche un'ampia raccolta di Preghiere e di Meditazioni, nonché un nutrito Epistolario, qui presentato, nel quale sono raccolte anche numerose lettere dirette ai suoi discepoli per i quali il Santo fu sempre una figura di riferimento estremamente attenta e gentile. Questa edizione veneziana estremamente curata contiene anche la Vita di Sant'Anselmo. Questa edizione è considerata fra le più corrette e complete mai stampate delle opere del celebre Santo. Ottimo esemplare. Very Good. VERY RARE.

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        Testaceo-theologia, Oder: Gründlicher Beweis des Daseyns der vollkommensten Eigenschaften eines göttlichen Wesens, aus natürlicher und geistlicher Betrachtung der Schnecken und Muscheln. Lederband der Zeit auf 5 Bünden mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, 18 x 12 cm, Einband leicht berieben, innen teils etwas gebräunt, gutes Exemplar.

      Leipzig, Blochberger 1744 - Mit gestochenem Portrait, 22 Kupfertafeln. Der Einbandrücken restauriert, Teile des alten Rückens aufgelegt (viel war da nicht mehr). Der Band in gutem Zustand, die Kupfer vollständig. 4 Blatt, 984 Seiten, 40 Blatt, Deutsch 855g

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        DELLE ISTORIE DELLA CITTA' DI VERONA del Signor. Gentiluomo veronese.

      Savioli e Camporese,, Venezia, 1744 - 3 parti in un gr. vol. in-4, pp. VIII, 391; 386; 356, belliss. leg. p. perg. coeva con tit. mss ai d. Tagli rossi. Vignetta in legno ai front. e iniziali xilogr. Edizione settecentesca sulla rara ediz. originale del 1594. Lozzi 6271: "Peccato che questo bel lavoro storico fu interrotto al XX libro per la morte dell’Autore!". Ex libris. Splendido esempl. in ottimo stato di conservazione. [221]

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        Haemastatique, ou la statique des animaux: expericens hydrauliques faites sur des animaux vivans. Avec un recueil de quelques experices sur les pierres que l'on trouve dans les reins & dans la vessie; & des recherches sur la nature de ces concrétions irrégulières. Ouvrage tres utiles aux medecins. Traduit de l'Anglois, & augmenté de plusieurs remarques & de deux dissertations de medecine, sur la théorie de l'inflammation, et sur la cause de la fièvre; par (François Boissier) Sauvage (de Lacroix).

      Cramer,, Genève, 1744 - Genève, Cramer, 1744. 4°. XXII S., 348 S. Mit gefalteter Holzschnitt-Tafel. Lederband der Zeit mit rotem, goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und floraler Rückenvergoldung. Hirsch-H. III, 27. - Blake 194. - Erste französische Ausgabe. "It gave the first quantitative estimates of blood pressure. A glass tube inserted directly into the femoral artery of a horse permitted him to measure directly the height of the column of blood (arterial pressure). He was actually the inventor of the sphygmomanometer, and he studied as well the peripheral resistance, cardiac capacities, and blood velocity. This epochal work, so important to therapeutics ever since, was the most important step in the knowledge of the circulation between Malpighi and Poiseuille." (HOH 784). - Die beiden Arbeiten des Uebersetzers (S. 199 ff) finden sich nur in dieser Ausgabe von Hales Haemastatique. (Dict. hist. med. 4, 71.). - Leicht stockfleckig. Einband bestossen und berieben. Sprache: Französisch Lederband der Zeit mit rotem, goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und floraler Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Conferences des ordonnances de Louis XIV. Roy de France et de Navarre, avec les anciennes ordonnances du royaume, le droit ecrit et les arrests. Enrichies d'annotations et de décisions importantes.

      les Associez choisis par ordre de Sa Majesté 1744 - - les Associez choisis par ordre de Sa Majesté, A Paris 1729 -1744, 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in 4 (19,5x26cm), (22) 530pp. (2) cclij lxxxiv et (6) 8112pp., relié. - Nouvelle édition, la première ayant paru en 1729. Second tome en édition originale. Pages de titre en rouge et noir. Pleine Basane blonde d'époque marbrée pour le tome I. Plein veau brun moucheté pour le second. Dos à nerfs orné, roulette en queue. Pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Coiffe de tête du tome I élimée avec un manque. Coiffe de tête du tome II élimée. 3 coins dénudés au tome I. Quelques épidermures. Frottements. Bon aspect général cependant. L'édition contient les ordonnances de 1667, 1669, 1670 et 1673 sur les matières civiles, criminelles, le commerce, l'administration. On notera avec intérêt les chapitres quant à la jurisprudence criminelle, sur les muets et sourds et ceux qui refusent de répondre, sur la torture, de la manière de faire le procès au cadavre, sur les duels, etc. (22) 530pp. (2) cclij lxxxiv et (6) 8112pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hudibras

      Cambridge - J. Bentham 1744 - Two leatherbound volumes with gilt titles to the spine, and 16plates illustrated by William Hogarth: 9 in Volume I and 7 in Volume II. Samuel Butler (8 February 1612 25 September 1680) was a poet and satirist. Born in Strensham, Worcestershire and baptised 14 February 1613,he is remembered now chiefly for a long satirical burlesque poem on Puritanism entitled Hudibras. The work is a satirical polemic upon Roundheads, Puritans, Presbyterians and many of the other factions involved in the English Civil War. The work was written in three parts in 1663, 1664 and 1678 although an unauthorised edition came out in 1662. Published only four years after Charles II had been restored to the throne and the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell being completely over the poem found an appreciative audience. The satire is not balanced as Butler was fiercely royalist and only the parliamentarian side are singled out for ridicule. Butler also uses the work to parody some of the dreadful poetry of the time. The epic tells the story of Sir Hudibras, a knight errant who is described dramatically and with laudatory praise that is so thickly applied as to be absurd, and the conceited and arrogant person is visible beneath. He is praised for his knowledge of logic despite appearing stupid throughout, but it is his religious fervour which is mainly attacked. His squire, Ralpho, is of a similar stamp but makes no claim to great learning, knowing all there is to know from his religion or new-light, as he calls it. Butler satirises the competing factions at the time of the protectorship by the constant bickering of these two principal characters whose religious opinions should unite them. These are fawning but barbed portraits and are thought to represent personalities of the times but the actual analogues are, now as then, debatable. A Key to Hudibras printed with one of the work's editions (1709) and ascribed to Roger L'Estrange names Sir Samuel Luke as the model for Hudibras. Certainly, the mention of Mamaluke in the poem makes this possible although Butler suggests Hudibras is from the West Country making Henry Rosewell a candidate. The witchfinder, Matthew Hopkins, John Desborough, parliamentarian general, and William Prynne, lawyer, all make appearances, and the character of Sidrophel is variously seen as either William Lilly or Paul Neale. The mock heroic epic and its jaunty verse form known as Hudibrastic became the standard of satire for some time after that with at least twenty-seven direct imitations being produced. Fifty years after the last part was written a new edition was published, with illustrations by William Hogarth, one of the foremost artists of the day. The work remained popular for several centuries as a warning against the zealotry during the Civil War period of English history. Condition: The volumes have been rebacked. The bindings are tight and firm with all covers and pages securely attached. There is some mild wear to the extremities including rubbing to the boards. Internally the pages are generally clean and bright with the occasional handling mark and isolated spot. There are bookplates to the front pastedowns. Overall the volumes are in very good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hudibras, in Three parts, Written in the Time of The Late Wars: Corrected and Amended." with large Annotations, and a Preface

      J. Bentham, Cambridge 1744 - 2 volumes. 16 engravings, some double fold-out by Hogarth. Vellum ruled in gilt on edges, and with lables on spines. Very clean and bright. There was a small repair to upper rt corner of title page in Vol. one. Edges marbled. Vol. one Frontis and title page (XIV) 424pp plus index. Vol. two. 446pp plus index and errata. There is a acidic burn to upper rt corner of title page with very little loss. Attractive set. 8vo measuring 8-1/2 by 5-1/2 inches. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Theoria motuum planetarum et cometarum. Continens methodum facilem ex aliquot observationibus orbitas cum planetarum tum cometarum determinandi. Una cum calculo, quo cometae, qui annis 1680 et 1681. Itemque ejus, qui nuper est visus, motus verus investigatur.

      Ambrosius Haude, Berlin 1744 - In this work Euler gives "the solutions of the main problems of theoretical astronomy dealing with the structure, nature, motion and action of comets and planets. With regard to the theory of perturbed motion of celestial bodies, Euler formulated the perturbation theory in general terms so that it can be used to solve the mathematical problem of dynamic models and particular problems of theoretical astronomy . He gave an extensive mathematical treatment of the problem of improving approximations of orbits within the framework of the two-body problem and taking perturbations into account. In his Theoria motuum planetarum et cometarum published in 1744, Euler gave a complete mathematical treatment of the two-body problem consisting of a planet and the Sun." (Debnath, The Legacy of Leonhard Euler, p. 364). Eneström 66; Honeyman 1063. 4to, contemporary boards, with some light wear, pp 187, in all a very good copy. The frontispiece by F.H. Fritsch was printed on leaf A4 (pp 7-8); in this, as in most copies, it has been cut out and bound facing the title. The pagination therefore jumps from page six to page nice, but the text is continuous. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The Art of Preserving Health: A Poem.

      London: Printed for A. Millar, 1744. - Armstrong (1709-1779 ) was a Scottish-born physician who published several poems and essays; this long poem in blank verse is by far his best-known work and went through numerous editions. The four parts are primarily devoted to air, diet, exercise, and the passions. 4to, modern sprinkled calf period style (by Phillip Dusel), orange-red morocco label, gilt rules and lettering. Rothschild 56; Hayward 168. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CONFORMITES DES CEREMONIES MODERNES AVEC LES ANCIENNES. Où l'on prouve par des Autorités incontestables, que les Cérémonies de l'église Romaine sont empruntées des Payens. Suivi de LETTRE ECRITE DE ROME. Où l'on montre l'exacte Conformité qu'il y a entre le Papisme & la Religion des Romains d'aujourd'hui, dérivée de leurs Ancêtres Payens.

      - Amsterdam, Maynard Uytwerf, 1744. 10x17 cm. Ouvrage en 2 volumes. 307 et 308 pages. Reliures de l'époque en plein veau. Dos à 5 nerfs, ornés de caissons dorés. Titre sur pièces de maroquin bordeau. Tomaison sur pièces de maroquin vert. Ex-libris d'Adr. Jos. Have. en lettres dorées à la base des dos. Petits manques sur les coiffes supérieures (faciles à restaurer) et petites fissures sur les mors, cependant ensemble solide et de jolie présentation. Papier propre. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        JOURNAL D'UN VOYAGE AU NORD EN 1736 ET 1737

      1744 - Un volume, reliure d'époque, plein veau raciné in-quarto (binding full calfskin in-quarto, dos à nerfs (spine with raised bands), décoration or (gilt decoration) à filets or (gilt lines) et à froid (blind-stamping decoration), entre-nerfs à fleuron au fer plein (between the raised bands floweret with full blocking stamp), titre frappé or (gilt title), pièce de titre sur fond bordeaux foncé (label of title) avec filet et roulette or (label of title with gilt line and fillets ), roulettes en pied (fillets at the foot of spine), plats muets (cover without text), coins légèrement émoussés (corners lightly blunt), double filets or sur les coupes (gilt line on the cuts) avec manque de dorure (blurred gilding), marque-page en tissu (bookmark in tissue), tête lisse (top edge smooth, toutes tranches lisses rouges (all red edges), pages de garde peignées (painting endpapers), texte à manchette (marginal note), orné de 2 vignettes gravées + de 5 figures dans le texte (dans les observations) + 16 planches hors-texte (full page engraving) dépliantes (folding) ou en double pages (double engravings) gravées sur bois (engraving wood) en noir d'après les dessins de l'auteur, (4) ff.+ 238 pages + (1) feuillet de privilège., 1744 Paris Piget et Durand Editeur, Edition Originale. Tables des Figures : 1- Carte d'une partie de l'Europe pour illustrer " le Voyage au Nord ", 2- Plan de Stockholm, 3- Armes Singulières et Tuiles, 4- Arc en Ciel Triple, 5- Vue de la Montagne de Niemi, 6- Carte du Fleuve de Tornéa, 7- Carte de la Maison de Corten-Niemi à Pello , 8- Vue de la Maison de Corten-Niemi et de la Montagne de Kittis, 9- Vue de l'Eglise de la Ville de Tornéa, 10- Elévation et Coupe d'un Bâtiment et d'une Chambre à Tornéa, 11-Vue de la Ville et des Environs de Tornéa (plan), 12- Construction des Herses et Figures des Magasins à Tornéa, 13- Figures des Rennes et Cabanes de Lapons, 14- Vue de la Ville de Falun, 15- Plan de la Ville de Falun, 16 - Tour Astronomique de Coppen-Hague (Copenhague). En 1728, Maupertuis revint de Londres convaincu de la valeur de la théorie de Newton, dont l'une des conséquences serait un aplatissement de la terre aux pôles, ce qui était contraire aux savants calculs fait par Cassini et son équipe qui prévoyaient au contraire un allongement. Pour trancher la question l'Académie des Sciences décida l'envoi de deux expéditions, l'une à l'équateur (c'était l'expédition de La Condamine, Louis Godin et Pierre Bouguer), et l'autre en Laponie. Cette expédition, à laquelle prit part le savant astronome Celsius, fut placée sous la direction de Pierre-Louis de Maupertuis; elle comptait trois autres membre de l'Académie des Sciences (Clairaut, Camus, et Le Monnier), ainsi que l'abbé Outhier correspondant de l'académie, qui publia ici le journal de l'expédition. Les deux expéditions prouveront l'exactitude des prévision de Newton. ("In 1736-1737 the Academy sponsored an expedition to Lapland to measure the length of a degree of latitude near the North Pole, in order to determinate the actual figure of the earth; and Outhier, "dont la capacité dans l'ouvrage que nous allions faire, etoit connuë."(Maupertuis, LA FIGURE DE LA TERRE, p. xv), was invited to participate. He assisted in the astronomical observations drew eighteen maps of the lands through which they passed, and studied the religious and social customs of the Lapps."), Malgré la table des planches qui annonce 18 planches, l'exemplaire est bien complet avec 16 planches et cartes repliées. (According to the list of plates it should be 18 but 2 were never issued), Bring 142. Warmholtz 257. Sabin 57953. DSB, 10, pp. 255-256, Boucher de La Richarderie, I, 379. — Brunet, 20359. .RARETE en bon état ( good condition). . La Librairie Guimard offre aux clients AbeBooks 15% de réduction sur l'ensemble de son catalogue. Prix d'origine : 2000 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Journal d’un voyage au Nord, En 1736. & 1737. Par M. Outhier, Prêtre du Diocèse de Besançon, Correspondant de l’Académie Royale des Sciences.

      A Paris, Chez Piget, Libraire, Durand, Libraire, 1744 - In-4° ; (4)-2 vignettes in-texte-238 pp.-(1)-11 planches et 5 cartes ou plans h.-t., plein veau blond, dos à nerfs orné, caissons or, fleurons or, p. de titre en maroquin rouge, palette or en pied, tranches mouchetées rouge, rel. de l’époque, bel exemplaire. Boucher de la Richarderie, t. I, p. 379. Édition originale. Boucher de la Richarderie, t. I, p. 379. Édition originale. L’abbé Outhier était membre scientifique de la grande expédition géodésique en Laponie, la première qui dura de 1736 à 1737, dirigée par Maupertuis (voir cet article) et qui avait pour but de mesurer le degré du méridien au cercle polaire arctique.L’ouvrage est écrit sous la forme d’un journal de voyage vers les pays du Nord et en retournant vers la France. FIRST EDITION. GOOD COPY. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recherches critiques et historiques sur l'origine, sur les divers etats et sur les progrés de la chirurgie en France.

      Charles Osmont,, Paris, 1744 - Paris, Charles Osmont, 1744. 4°. 4 n.n. Bl., XXIV S., 535 (recte 648) S. Mit Titelvignette, 5 gestochenen Vignetten, 5 Lettrinen und 4 gestochenen Porträt-Tafeln. Pergament der Zeit. Barbier IV suppl., 19. - Blake 368. - Wellcome IV, 455. - Hirsch IV, 648. - Erste Ausgabe. Erschien gleichzeitig in einer Ausgabe in Oktav in 2 Bänden ohne die Porträts. Quesnay (1694-1774), heute in der Geschichte der politischen Oekonomie als Begründer des physiokratischen Systems bekannt, arbeitete ebenso erfolgreich als Chirurge und war Leibarzt von Louis XV. Barbier vermutet den Abbé Pierre François Guyot-Desfontaines und Antoine Louis als Mitverfasser. Im Auftrag von Ludwig XV. geschriebene Darstellung, in der Quesnay die Notwendigkeit der Trennung der Barbiere von den Chirurgen und deren Gleichsetzung mit den Medizinern, historisch begründete. In der Quartausgabe sehr selten. Aus der Bibliothek des Fürsten von Liechtenstein mit dessen Exlibris auf dem Innendeckel. Sehr breitrandiges fleckenloses Exemplar. Einband an den Deckeln mit kleinen Wurmspuren. Sprache: N [Attributes: First Edition]

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        HISTOIRE ET DESCRIPTION GENERALE DE LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, AVEC LE JOURNAL HISTORIQUE D'UN VOYAGE FAIT PAR ORDRE DU ROI DANS L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE.

      Paris: Chez Pierre-François Giffart, 1744. - Six volumes. [6],viii,454; [2],501; [2],465; [2],388; [2],456; [2],434,[4]pp. plus twenty-eight maps, and ninety-six plates on forty-four sheets. 12mo. Contemporary speckled calf, raised bands, spines gilt, leather labels. Slight wear at joints and spine ends. Early armorial bookplate in each volume. Contemporary manuscript notations to flyleaf of first volume. A most attractive set. Very good. First duodecimo edition, printed the same year as the three-volume quarto edition of this classic work of Canadian history, including important material on French settlement in the Mississippi Valley. The journal consists of thirty-six letters, six of which relate to the southern colonies. "The principal work of this great Jesuit traveller and historian and the pre-eminent authority on the French period in the West" - Howes. "This work is one of the best authorities concerning various Indian tribes, some of which no longer exist. The laborious accuracy with which the work was executed can be estimated by the fact that the maps, dated 1743, are marked with the latest discoveries, in 1742, in the extreme north of America" - Lande. Most of the maps in this work were drawn by French cartographer Nicholas Bellin, including his important rendering of North America, a frequent source for later mapmakers, as well as some of the most definitive and up- to-date maps available of Canada. Besides its great importance as a historical and cartographical work, Charlevoix's narrative is also of considerable interest for the section entitled "Description des Plantes Principales de l'Amerique Septentrionale," which in the duodecimo edition occupies much of the fourth volume. Here the author describes ninety-six plants, mainly ones native to Canada, but including herbs of the Mississippi Valley as well. Most of the plants described are of medicinal value. The text is accompanied by forty-four folding plates illustrating all ninety-six species discussed. LANDE 125. WHEAT TRANSMISSISSIPPI 120. PILLING, PROOF-SHEETS 756. TPL 188. HOWES C307, "b." MICHIGAN RARITIES 8. CLARK I:59. SABIN 12136. KARPINSKI, p.137. GREENLY, MICHIGAN 11. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 744/56. ARENTS 730. CUMMING & DE VORSEY 259. SERVIES 380.

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        MELISSELOGIA: or, The FEMALE MONARCHY. Being an Inquiry into the Nature, Order, and Government Of BEES, Those Admirable, Instructive, and Useful Insects. With a New, Easy, and Effectual Method to preserve them, not only in Colonies, but common Hives, from that cruel Death, to which their Ignorant, Injurious, and most Ingrateful Owners so commonly condemn them. A Secret unknown to past Ages, and now Published for the Benefit of Mankind. Written upon Forty Years Observation and Experience.

      Printed for the Author, and Sold by N. Thorley, and J. Davidson ., London: 1744 - Frontispiece. 4 inserted copperplate engravings, one folding. "Of English writers, Thorley was the first to mention having found wax scales in the pockets of worker bees. The frontispiece is a copy of Cesi's three bees- the first drawing of bees made with the aid of a microscope, 1625." [Harding, et al]. Binding - Fine. Text-block ex-lib, with 2 library stamps. Period pos & notes, dated 1744, to preliminary blank. VG+. Handsome modern dark tan half-calf binding, skillfully executed in a period style, with muted green marbled paper boards. 8vo: a - b^8 c - d^4 [-d4, = frontis?] B - O^8. 7-3/4" x 4-7/8". 1st edition (Harding et al, BRITISH BEE BOOKS, 97). xliii, [3], 206, [2] pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Commentaria in Hermanni Boerhaave Aphorismos de cognoscendis, et curandis morbis.

      Typographia Regia, 1744-1764, Taurini, - 5 parti in 10 voll. in-8° (249x189mm), pp. (14) lr, (1); 536-956; (6), 411; 811; (10), 348; 349-684; (6), 392; 393-751; (1), VII, 371; (6), 396; leg. m. pelle coeva con tit. e fregi oro al dorso. Tagli a spruzzo azzurri. Fregi tipogr. ai frontespizi. Fregi tipogr. n.t. Amplissimo indice degli autori e delle materie in fine dell'ultimo volume. Edizione torinese del monumentale commento di gerard Van Swieten agli aforismi medici di Hermann Boerhaave ("Aphorismi de cognoscendis et de curandis morbis", Leyden, 1709), uscito a Leida tra il 1745 e il 1772 e tradotto nelle principali lingue europee. Esso costituisce il più significativo documento del nuovo ippocratismo che ebbe il suo centro principale a Vienna. Boerhave (Voorhout, 1668-Leida, 1782), medico e scienziato tra i principali del suo tempo, cercò di conciliare l'ippocratismo con i principi della iatrochimica e della iatromeccanica. Nella sua vastissima opera si occupò anche di chimica e di botanica. Gerard Van Swieten (Leida, 1700-Vienna, 1782), insigne medico olandese, fu tra i fondatori della Scuola di Medicina di Vienna. Allievo del Boerhaave in gioventù, fu tra l'altro medico di corte di Maria Teresa. Il suo nome resta legato anche al cosiddetto "liquore di Van Swieden", che egli prescrisse per la cura della sifilide. Eccellenti esemplari con qualche alone e brunitura. Cfr. Fondo Olschki, V, 1081 (ed. del 1755 e del 1771-73). Graesse, VII, 257. Wellcome, II, p. 192. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LES IMPERATRICES ROMAINES ou Histoire de la Vie & des Intrigues secretes des Femmes des douze Cesars, de celles des Empereurs Romains, & des Princesses de leur Sang

      Hourdel, Paris 1744 - Three volumes, octavo (170 x 90 mm). Decorative head- and tailpieces throughout. (4), 455; vii, 444; (2), 408 pp., collated and complete (pages iii-vi of Preface of Volume II bound in error at end of Volume III). Slight wear to head and tail of spines and corners, 4 very small scrapes to covers on Volume I, tiny crack at top of hinges on Volume III, a few small indentations to lower cover on Volume III, manuscript notes on second blank endpaper in Volume I, small pale water-stain and very small closed tear to second blank endpaper in Volume III, tiny red mark to page edges in Volume III, just showing in margin of 5 pages, occasional brown spot, otherwise pages clean and bright. Binding tight and firm. Tiny red mark to page edges in Volume III, just showing in margin of 5 pages, otherwise pages clean and bright. Sumptuous 18th-century full red morocco preserving an unlikely set of books on the history of the wives of the Roman Emperors. * First published in one volume in 1718 under the title "Les femmes des douze Cesars," our edition is considerably expanded to encompass three volumes. This history of the lives and amours of the Empresses and consorts to the first 12 Caesars was compiled by the French historian Jacques Roergas de Serviez (1679-1727). See Miriam Elizabeth Burstein, "Unstoried in History: Early Histories of Women (1652-1902) in the Huntington Library Collections" (in: The Huntington Library Quarterly, Vol. 64, No. 3/4 [2001], p. 472). * An outstanding set of this scarce work. PROVENANCE: D.F. de GELAS DE VOISINS D'AMBRES (1686-1762), COMTE DE LAUTREC, MARECHAL DE FRANCE, with his armorial bookplate in each volume. Subsequently in the library of M. Renard, and Ginette & Marcel Lavergne. IN VERY GOOD ANTIQUARIAN CONDITION Bound in contemporary French red morocco, triple gilt ruled border to covers, gilt decorated raised bands to spine, gilt decoration in compartments, all edges gilt over marbling, marbled endpapers [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HISTOIRE ET DESCRIPTION GENERALE DE LA NOUVELLE FRANCE, AVEC LE JOURNAL HISTORIQUE D'UN VOYAGE FAIT PAR ORDRE DU ROI DANS L'AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE.

      Paris. 1744. - Three volumes. [8],xxvi,lxi,[3],664; [4],xv,[1],582,56; [4],xix,[1],xiv,543pp. plus twenty-eight maps (most folding) and ninety- six plates. Half title in each volume. Titlepages printed in red and black. Quarto. Contemporary mottled calf, spines richly gilt, raised bands, gilt leather labels. Hinges expertly repaired. Map of Nouvelle France in first volume repaired on the verso. An occasional bit of foxing or staining, but generally quite clean internally. A handsome set. First edition of this classic work of Canadian history, including important material on French settlement in the Mississippi Valley. The journal consists of thirty-six letters, six of which concern the southern colonies. "The principal work of this great Jesuit traveller and historian and the pre-eminent authority on the French period in the West" - Howes. "This work is one of the best authorities concerning various Indian tribes, some of which no longer exist. The laborious accuracy with which the work was executed can be estimated by the fact that the maps, dated 1743, are marked with the latest discoveries, in 1742, in the extreme north of America" - Lande. Most of the maps in this work were drawn by French cartographer Nicholas Bellin, including his important map of North America, a frequent source for later mapmakers, as well as some of the most definitive and up-to- date maps available of Canada. Besides its great importance as an historical and cartographical work, Charlevoix is also of considerable interest for the section entitled "Description des Plantes Principales de l'Amerique Septentrionale," which occupies the first fifty-six pages of the second volume. Here the author describes ninety-six plants, mainly ones native to Canada, but including herbs of the Mississippi Valley as well. Most of the plants described are of medicinal value. The text is accompanied by twenty-two folding plates illustrating all ninety-six species discussed. LANDE 125. WHEAT TRANSMISSISSIPPI 120. PILLING, PROOF-SHEETS 756. TPL 4697. HOWES C307, "b." MICHIGAN RARITIES 8. CLARK I:59. SABIN 12135. KARPINSKI, p.137. GREENLY, MICHIGAN 11. SERVIES 377, 378, 379.

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        Topographia Sedis Imperatoriae Moscovitarum Petropolis anno 1744 designata jam publici juris facta per Mattaeum Seutter, S.C.M.Geogr.Aug.Vind.

      Augsburg 1744 - The map is a beautiful illustration of the Imperial capital city during the reign of Alexander I with its traditional regular street layout and eleven districts. The map provides excellent detail of the public buildings, docks and shipyards, fortifications, palaces, churches, hospitals, universities, etc, Size : 498x576 (mm), 19.625x22.625 (Inches), Hand Colored Very Good; lower margin extended

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        La Batracomiomachia Di Omero Greca, Latina, e Italiana

      stampata da Gio. Batista Albrizzi Q. Gir., Venezia [Venice] 1744 - Engraved frontispiece by G. Patrini after F. Zuccarelli, title printed in red and black with an engraved vignette, 11 head and tail piece engraved vignettes and 7 engraved initials. 4to. [240 x 165 x 18 mm]. [27]ff, lxv, [vi] pp. Sewn into contemporary plain paper wrappers, the title written in ink at the head of the spine. (The sewing slightly loose). Morazzoni, Il Libro Illustrato Veneziano del Settecento (1943), 245. The Italian translation and the introduction are by Antonio Lavagnoli, and the Latin hexameters were by Carlo Aretino, with some minor revisions by Mario di Nigris. The work was dedicated to Alvise Foscarini, the Mayor of Brescia. The final leaf has a three line announcement printed on the recto, reading "Le voci Dio, Santo, Beato, e simili furono usate dall' Autore in grazia del Greco testo, e della Poesia". It is a delightful production, handsomely printed in Greek, italic and roman type on thick paper with deep impressions of the charming and whimsical engravings. It is in fine original condition with the edges untrimmed and sewn on two thick cords into a plain, sturdy paper binding known as alla rustica.

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        Das andächtig-singende Evangelische Zion, oder vollständiges Gesang-Buch, welches in sich hält zwölf hundert Lieder, die in denen Chur- und Fürstl. Sächsischen Kirchen. gesungen werden. beygefüget ist ein Gebet-Buch, Nebst einer Vorrede von M. Gotth. Schustern. - Angebunden: Das andächtig-betende Evangelische Zion oder Wohl-eingerichtetes Gebet-Buch. Welchem auch Herrn Caspar Neumanns Kern aller Gebete beygefüget. - Angebunden: Der gantze Psalter Des Königs und Propheten Davids. - Angebunden: Episteln und Evangelien. Nebst der ungeänderten Augspurgischen Confeßion.

      Zwickau, Höfer, (ca. 1736-1744). - Mit 4 blattgroßen gestochenen Illustrationen. 24 Blatt, 848; 78, 92 (2); 152 Seiten. 18 x 11 cm, zeitgenössischer Ganzledereinband in zwei Farben mit reicher Gold- und Schwarzprägung, Jahreszahl 1774 auf Deckel. Ganzgoldschnitt mit eingeprägter Ornamentik. Der schöne Einband berieben und bestoßen. Vorsatz mit Besitzvermerk von 1774. Kaum gebräunt oder fleckig.

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        Memorie istoriche presentate al sommo pontefice Benedetto XIV, intorno alle missioni delle Indie Orientali. In cui dassi a divedere, che i Padri Cappuccini missionari hanno avuto motivo di separarsi di comunione da i rr. pp. missionari Gesuiti, per aver essi ricusato di sottomettersi.Opera, la quale contiene.costituzioni, brevi, e decreti concernenti cotesti riti per servir di regola a missionarj di quel paese. tradotta dal francese. (tre parti in due volumi).

      S. e Dom. Marescandoli, Lucca 1744 - [Viaggi-Asia-Raro] (cm.25,5) voll. 2. Ottimo pieno cartonato originale, titolo al dorso.--pp. XIX, 592. XXVI + 1 c. di errata; pp. 321 + 1 c. di errata; pp. 224. Il secondo Tomo è stampato da D. Ciuffetti e F.M. Benedini, il terzo da G. Salami e V. Giuntini, sempre a Lucca. Prima edizione italiana di opera significativa e assai osteggiata sulle missioni e i viaggi in oriente. L' autore, norberto P. Parisot (1697-1769) cappuccino lorenese, famoso per le sue controversie contro i Gesuiti, fu inviato in America, ma al ritorno il Papa gli vietò di stampare i suoi scritti contro i missionari; fu costretto a scappare in Olanda, Inghilterra e Germania. Scrisse varie opere ma questa è la più importante tanto che nel 1750 a Londra ne fu stampato un altro volume. Sembra che anche questi tre tomi, non sono stati stampati a Lucca, ma all' estero, forse ad Avignone(?). Questo è quanto si evince dal: " Dizionario Biografico Universale " Firenze 1840-49 vol. IV p.231: " Avignone, sotto la rubrica di Lucca 1744". Molto raro, manca a varia bibliografia consultata compreso Cox " Reference Guide to the Literature of Travel". Esemplare molto bello fresco e genuino, a pieni margini. * Chadenat II 5259; * Sabin vol. XIII p.373 n°5545/1; * Choix 16223.[f52] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opuscula mathematica, philosophica et philologica. Collegit partimque Latine vertit ac recensuit J. Castillioneus (d. i. G. F. Salvemini)

      Bousquet, Lausanne and Geneva 1744 - With 3 engraved title vignettes, 64 folded copper plates and 2 folded tables. [4], xxviii (recte 38), 420 pp.; [1], vi, 423 pp.; vi, 566 (recte 562) pp., [1]. Pages 157/158 of Vol. 1 folded in at lower margin as imprint exeeds book block; pages 17-20 of Vol. 3 with minor defects in outer margins, somewhat browned, minor foxing. Contemporary full calf, spines gilt with red and black morocco lables. ---- Wallis 2. DSB X, 93. Poggendorff II, 279. Roller-G. II, 235. Babson 9 (Gray 2). Newton's "Opuscula Mathematica [.]" covers many different treatises by Isaac Newton, from his mathematical works and optical lectures, which were greatly influential and laid the basis for modern science, to his philological essays on history and theology. Thus the work presents several of his most influential texts. The three volumes of "Opuscula Mathematica" are part of a hybrid set of in all 8 volumes of the first collected works of Isaac Newton. The hybrid set was published between 1739-1761 and also consists of "Geneva Principia" , 3 vols. (1739-42), "Opticks" (1740) and "Arithmatica Universalis" (1761), but the three volumes of "Opuscula Mathematica" are usually found separate. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Travels into Turkey: Containing the most accurate Account of the Turks, and Neighbouring Nations, Their Manners, Customs, Religion, Superstition, Policy, Riches, Coins, &c. Translated from the Original Latin of.

      London: Printed for J. Robinson and W. Payne 1744 - Second English edition. 12mo. (iv), 290 pp. Contemporary full calf, spine with raised bands, renewed gilt lettered label to style, gilt tooling to other panels, armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Expert repairs to head, tail and joints, a very good copy. Appointed Austrian Ambassador to the Ottoman Court in the mid-16th century, Busbecq’s popular work is one of the most important accounts of its kind, complete with a wide range of observations on natural history as well as political and cultural issues. First published in 1581, and in English in 1694.

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        Histoire Et Description Générale De La Nouvelle France, Avec Le Journal Historique d'un Voyage fait par ordre du Roi dans l'Amérique Septentrionale.

      Paris: Rolin Fils, 1744. - 3 Volumes. [Vol. III with variant title: Journal D'Un Voyage.]. 4to. pp. 4 p.l., viii, lxi, [1], [2], ix-xxvi, 664; 2 p.l., 56, xv, [1], 582; 2 p.l., xix, xiv, 543. with half-titles. titles in red & black. 28 mostly folding maps & plans by Jacques Nicholas Bellin, engraved by Dheulland, 44 engraved plates on 22 folding sheets depicting 96 varieties of American flora. title vignettes & 4 elaborate headpieces drawn by A.Humblot & engraved on copper by P.Aveline. numerous woodcut headpieces & initials. contemporary calf, gilt backs, Vol. I rebacked with spine mounted, corners renewed (Vol. II front joint cracked, several neat joint repairs). armorial bookplate of Earl Fitzwilliam. First Edition. The product of twenty years research and reflection, based on personal observation and material gathered from the archives of the Jesuit order and the Department of Marine, Charlevoix's famous work is the first general history of the French discoveries and settlements in North America, covering the period 1500 to 1736. Charlevoix, who was a Jesuit missionary to New France from 1705 to 1709, was charged in 1720-22, by the regent Philippe, Duc d'Orléans, to investigate the rumours about the existence of a western sea between the New World and the Orient. Volumes V-VI of his history provides a detailed and precise account of his observations made during the course of that journey, by canoe, up the St. Lawrence, through the Great Lakes and down the Mississippi to New Orleans, with stops at missions and fur-trading posts along the way. The work contains much important information about the Indian tribes and settlements, particularly in the Mississippi Country, and includes "one of the most valuable, if not the most valuable, early accounts of Louisiana." (Clark) Charlevoix's history is also highly valued for a number of other reasons. It contains the first annotated bibliography of New France (Vol. I pp. xli-[lxii]) (see Harrisse 'Bibliotheca Americana', pp. xvii-xviii), a remarkable illustrated descriptive catalogue of the principal plants of North America (Vol. II, pp. 56), an annotated calendar of major voyages and discoveries (Vol. I, pp. v-xl), and 28 engraved maps and plans of Acadia, Louisbourg, Port Royale, Port Dauphin, Quebec, the St. Lawrence, the River Saguenay, Montreal, Newfoundland, Hudson's Bay, James Bay, the Great Lakes, Louisiana, the mouth of the Mississippi, &c., prepared especially for the work by distinguished French cartographer, Jacques Nicholas Bellin (see Karpinski pp. 137-38). There is also a short essay by Bellin prefixed to Volume III (pp. xix), discussing the accuracy of his maps and the errors and misrepresentations of earlier cartographers. Dionne II 439. European Americana 744/50. Howes C-307. JCB I 763. Sabin 12135. Vlach 146 (incomplete). For variant issues with different publishers’ imprints, see Bell C270, Clark I 59 (1), Field 282, Gagnon I 793, Lande 125, TPL 4697, Streeter I 123. cfArents 730. DCB III pp. 103-110. Winsor V 63. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Code de la Librairie et Imprimerie de Paris, ou conférence du règlement arrêté au Conseil d'État du Roy, le 28 février 1723, et rendu commun pour tout le Royaume, par Arrêt du Conseil d'État du 24 mars 1744. Avec les anciennes ordonnances, édits, déclarations, arrêts, règlements & jugements rendus au sujet de la Librairie & de l'Imprimerie, depuis l'an 1332, jusqu'à présent.

      - Paris, Aux Dépens de la Communauté, 1744; in-8, XXIV + 496 pp. + 15 ff.n.ch., plein veau de l'époque, dos orné à nerfs (charnières, coiffes et coins restaurés). Barbier I, 623. Édition originale assez rare de ce texte important pour l'histoire de la librairie au XVIIIe siècle. Les coins des 50 premiers feuillets sont légèrement rognés, le livre a été restauré, mais bon exemplaire. 1744 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sefer Arba'ah Ve' Esrim

      Refa'el Hayim Me-Italya Ha-Rofe, Mantua 1744 - Complete 2 volume set. 4to. First volume (4), 142 leaves, 88 leaves. Second volume 98 leaves, (1) leaf, 51 leaves, (6) leaves. Half brown leather over paper boards with raised bands. Blue and red speckled edges. Pair of illustrated and full title pages. The illustrated title page contains the heading: "open the gates so that the righteous converts, the protectors of the faith, shall come." The illustrations are of biblical scenes, Moses and the tablets, David and his harp, Miriam leading the women at the Red Sea, Queen Esther and King Ahasuerus, Ezekiel bringing the dried bones to life, Solomon with the disputed baby and Joshua stopping the sun. This illustrated title-page appears before the Pentateuch, Early Prophets, Later Prophets and Hagiography sections. The full title-page has red and black letters. There are decorated initials and tail pieces at the beginnings and endings of sections. The book contains the Old Testament text in Hebrew accompanied by the Hebrew commentary Minhat Shai (Goder Perez) by the 17th century scholar Rabbi Jedidiah Norzi and edited by Rabbi Raphael Hayyim Basila. Prefaces by Basila and the printer Doctor Raphael Hayyim di Italia. Letter of approbation by the Mantua rabbis R. Menahem Samson b. Solomon Basila and R. Jacob Mendola. There is a short poem at the end by printer, comparing the 24 books of the Old Testament to bread and wine. There is also a pair of short discourses on Hebrew grammar by Norzi. This work is the product of early modern rabbinic efforts to reach out to Mantua's converso immigrant population. This can be seen in the heading praising "converts." One assumes this refers to those conversos, who were reared as Catholics, but came to Judaism as adults. The poem's references to bread and wine can be read as a polemic against the Eucharist, which the converso reader was giving up for the "true source of life," the Old Testament. Text is in Hebrew. Cover shows wear, particularly at the corners and edges. Corners of front free endpaper torn. Rippling and water staining to endpapers. Second volume spine cover is split, but still intact. Overall in good condition. Darlow and Moule #5150. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TRAITE PHILOSOPHIQUE DES LOIX NATURELLES, ou l'on recherche et l'on établit, par la Nature des Choses, la forme de ces Loix, leurs principaux chefs, leur ordre, leur publication & leur obligation : on y réfute aussi les Elémens de la Morale & de la Politique de Thomas Hobbes. Traduit du latin par Monsieur Barbeyrac, avec des notes du traducteur qui y a joint celles de la Traduction Angloise.

      1744 - A Amsterdam, Chez Pierre Mortier, & A Paris, Chez Huart, 1744. In-quarto (200 X 255) veau fauve, dos cinq nerfs, caissons dorés, encadrement à froid sur les plats, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque) ; 1 feuillet blanc, faux-titre, frontispice, titre, XXVIII pages (préface du traducteur et vie de l'auteur), 1 feuillet non chiffré (table), 425 pages, 9 pages non chiffrées (errata & table des matières), un feuillet blanc. EDITION ORIGINALE française. Elle contient un BEAU FRONTISPICE signé "L.F.D.B." [Louis-Fabrice Du bourg] et gravé par Tanjé. Religieux et philosophe anglais (1631-1718), Richard Cumberland fut évêque de Peterborough. C'est pour s'élever contre la pensée de Hobbes qu'il entreprit de rédiger son ouvrage majeur, connu sous le nom "De legibus naturae disquisitio philosophica" (1672), ou "Traité philosophique des lois naturelles". Pour lui, il est erroné de dire que tout ce que prescrit un législateur doit être regardé comme autant de maximes de la droite raison, qui imposent une obéissance absolue aux administrés. Il observe notamment que, s'il est possible de dégager des lois naturelles, c'est parce que la « nature humaine » se retrouve toujours et partout la même, et que, dès lors, à partir du moment où une loi a été reconnue comme bonne, tant par les lumières de notre esprit que par les législateurs les plus scrupuleux, on peut présumer qu'elle revêt un caractère général. Autant dire que, à côté de Pufendorf, Cumberland se range parmi les défenseurs de la liberté et les adversaires des régimes autoritaires. Le "Traité philosophique" sera une des lectures de Rousseau pour le grand ouvrage qu'il projetait, "Institutions politiques", et la lecture de Cumberland influença profondément la philosophie morale et politique de John Locke. BEL EXEMPLAIRE, d'une remarquable fraîcheur. (Cohen, Guide de l'amateur de livres à gravures du XVIIIe siècle, 135-136). FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Capitain Lemuel Gullivers resor, till åtskillige långt bårt belägne land; beprydd mäd kåpparstycken. Förre delen. Tålkad ifrån fransöskan. + Capitaine Lemuel Gullivers resår till åtskillige långt bårt belägne land; beprydd med kopparstycken: senare delen. Tålkad ifrån fransöskan och tryckt med konglige maj:sts allernådigste fribref.

      1744 - Stockholm, sal. H. C. Merckells enckia, (1744). 8:o. (16),160 pp. & 2 engraved plates. + Stockholm, Historiographi regni tryckeri af Ephraim Koch, 1745. 8:o. 14,1-184 pp. & 2 engraved plates. Contemporary marbled calf, somewhat worn, with raised bands, richly gilt spine and red morocco label. Marbled edges. Head and tail of spine defective, small crack to rear joint, corners bumped. Occasional spotting, a few stains. Signatures, initials and bookplate of Fleetwood, Odensviholm. A good copy. First Swedish translation, made by Olof Bidenius Renhorn, who has dedicated the first part to the diplomat, politician and patron of the arts Carl Gustaf Tessin, one of the grand figures of 18th-century Swedish cultural life. Renhorn has also added a foreword in each part and a number of footnotes. The translation is made from a French edition, printed in Paris in 1727, which is praised by Renhorn since the French translator has "excluded all indecent och unuseful words, and instead added useful things, so that the book has become shorter and more pleasant". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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