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        A treatise of all sorts of foods, both animal and vegetable: also of drinkables: giving an account how to chuse the best sort of all kinds; of the good and bad effects they produce; the principles they abound with; the time, age, and constitution.: . they are adapted to. Wherin their nature and use is explain'd according to the sentiments of the most eminent physicians and naturalists, antient and modern . / Written originally in French, by the learned M.L. Lemery . Translated by D. Hay

      Physical description; xii, 372 p., [12] l ; (12mo). SubjectS; Food - Early works to 1800. Title page printed in red and black; tail-pieces. Previous owner's signature. Good copy in the original, full aniline calf. Raised bands with a dark, gilt-blocked leather label. Spine bands and panel edges rubbed and toned with the front hinge starting. Remains reasonably well-preserved overall; tight, clean and strong. 1 Kg. 372 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Avantures Von Deutsch Francos mit all sein Scriptures und mit viel schoen Kuffer-Blatt viel lustigk tzu les uff kross kross Allerknad comentement es isz kedruck.,

      Dresden, Leipzig, Wien, Prag, Nürnberg / Johann Georg Lochner 1745 - gestochenes Portrait, gestochenes Titelblatt, 5 Bl., 568 S., 3 Bl. mit 2 gestochenen Vignetten und 9 doppelblattgroße Kupfertafeln (eine davon mit einem aufklappbaren "Raritätenkasten"), Einband berieben, Kapital bestoßen, Außengelenke leicht angerissen, Papier durchgehend gebräunt und stärker braun-/stockfleckig, einige wenige Seiten mit altem Wasserrand, ansonsten ordentlich erhalten, Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 800 8°., Ganzledereinband der Zeit,

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        Sophoclis tragoediae quae extant septem. Additae sunt lectiones variants; et notae viri doctissimi T. Johnson in quatuor tragoedias

      Glasguae [ Glasgow ]: In aedibus academicis excudebat Robertus Foulis academiae typographus, 1745. First edition. Hardcover. Foulis Press edition. Small 4to (19 cm). pp. vi, 425, [1]. Variant title page. This is the single volume issue which included the Greek text only (with Latin commentary). Bound in full period olive morocco with spine gilt in 6 compartments. The binding is age-toned or fading to brown and contains spots of rubbing and wear to the extremities and to the outer joints; some small touch-up repairs are present; the outer corners of the boards are neatly restored. All edges of the book block are gilt. A name is written in an early hand on the front blank fly-leaf ?- ?"W. Bishop June 23rd, 1796.?" Interior pages are clean. …Contains the Greek text for the seven tragedies of Sophocles ?- Ajax Flagellifer, Electra, Oedipus Tyrannus, Antigone, Oedipus Coloneus, Trachiniae, Philoctetes. In 1745 the Foulis Press also published a two volume octavo edition of Sophocles with both Greek text and Latin translation. According to Dibdin the octavo edition is considered ?"inaccurate?", but this single volume quarto (with Greek text only) is ?"a very correct edition?" [See Dibdin II, p. 412 ?- in note]. From the collection of American book collector Charles C. Kalbfleisch with his gilt monogram morocco book label located on the inside front cover. The end papers also display an engraved heraldic bookplate - ?"De la bibliotheque de M. Delisle?", and the engraved bookplate of book collector Herbert S. Squance (1867-1922). [Gaskell, Foulis Press, 68; Dibdin II, p. 412; ESTC N479238].

      [Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books]
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        Mémoires de Maximilien de Béthune, duc de Sully, principal ministre de Henry le Grand Mis en ordre par M L D L D L

      Londres: (s. n.), 1745. 3 volumes in-4, [2] ff., xxxvi-596 pp., [1] ff., [2] ff., x-664 pp., [1] ff., [2] ff., vi-563-[1] pp.. Illustré de 3 portraits hors-texte de Sully, Henri IV et Artus de Cossé Brissac. Vignette gravée par Duflos répétée sur chaque titre. Première édition, sous cette forme, de ce texte remanié par l'abbé de l'Ecluse. Cette édition contient des portraits dont le nombre est variable suivant les exemplaires. On en trouve souvent deux, parfois aucun, leur nombre pouvant aller jusqu'à 58, ce qui est rare. Exemplaire de la bibliothèque de Lamoignon avec son étiquette ex-libris ("Bibliotheca Lamoniana", côtes Q 106 à 108), et son timbre humide (L couronné à la pp. 3 de chaque volume). Un mors fendu, usures, cuir sec. Déchirure sans manque à une garde. . (Catégories : Histoire )

      [Bookseller: Christophe Hue - Livres anciens]
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        De Basilica St. Laurentii in Damaso. Libri tres. Quorum primus Acta S. Damafi completitur, alter ea, quae ad Basilicam pertinent, tertius, quae ad ejufdem Basilicae Ecclesias Filiales spectare videntur.,

      Fanelli, 1745 - 428 Seiten Der Einband und die unteren Seitenhälften sind stark stockfleckig, Geruchanhaftung, Innendeckel beschädigt, es fehlen 1 - 2 Seiten vom Vorsatz, Einband bestossen, Seiten kaum nachgedunkelt und gut lesbar, feste Bindung. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 1930 Sonderangebot: Dieser Verkäufer bietet AbeBooks-Kunden einen exklusiven Rabatt von 20% auf sämtliche Preise. Alter Preis: 1200,00 EUR. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: 1. Hemeraner Antiquariat - buch-mars]
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        Exercices de Piété pour tous les jours de l'année. Contenant l'explication du Mystère, ou la vie du Saint de chaque jour ; avec les Réflexions sur l'Epître, & une Méditation sur l'Evangile de la Messe, & quelques Pratiques de Piété propres à toutes Sortes

      Frères Bruyset 1745 12 volumes in - 12 (169 x 104 mm), maroquin vert olive, dos lisse, armes frappées à froid au centre des plats, filet à froid en encadrement avec fleurs de lys aux angles, filet de coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (dos passé, quelques défauts d'usage, quelques traces, coins émoussés, quelques rousseurs). Exemplaire aux armes de Louis de France, Dauphin (Versailles 1729 - Fontainebleau 1765), troisième enfant et aîné des fils de Louis XV et Marie Leczinska. Chevalier de la Toison d'Or en 1739 et chevalier des ordres du Roi en 1742, il épousa en premières noces, le 23 février 1745, Marie - Thérèse - Antoinette, Infante d'Espagne, dont il eut une fille, morte à deux ans, et en secondes noces, le 9 février 1747, Marie - Josèphe de Saxe qui lui donna huit enfants, dont cinq garçons parmi lesquels Louis XVI, Louis XVIII et Charles X. Ex - libris La Rochefoucauld Duc de Bisaccia. / / 12 twelvemo volumes (169 x 104 mm), green - olive morocco, smooth spine, central arms stamped in blind on covers, blind - fillet border with fleurs - de - lys on corners, fillet on turns - in, inner dentelle, gilt edges (spine faded, some defects of use and stains, corners used, some spots). Precious copy bearing the arms of Louis de France, Dauphin (Versailles 1729 - Fontainebleau 1765), third child and elder son of Louis XV and Marie Leczinska. " Chevalier de la Toison d'Or " in 1739 and " Chevalier des Ordres du Roi " in 1742, he first married on february 23rd 1745 Marie - Thérèse - Antoinette, Infante d'Espagne, with whom he had a daughter, dead at two - years - old, and secondly, on february 9th 1747, Marie - Josèphe de Saxe with whom he had eight children, including five sons, three of them being Louis XVI, Louis XVIII and Charles X. Bookplate La Rochefoucauld Duc de Bisaccia.

      [Bookseller: Librairie Henri Picard & Fils]
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        The Delightful Pocket Companion. For the German Flute Containing A Choice Collection of the most Celebrated Italian, English, and Scotch Tunes, Curiously Adapted to that Instrument. [Volume I, Books 1-6]

      London: Printed for & Sold by John Simpson. [ca. 1745]. Octavo. Early mottled calf with raised bands on spine in decorative compartments gilt, leather title label gilt. 1f. (fine full-page frontispiece engraving of a flute player by George Bickham Jr.), 1f. (title), 36, 34, 36, 36, 36, 36 pp. With 2 folding plates of music to Book 2 (pp. 33-4). Six books in total (Book 3 identified as "part 3d."). Engraved throughout. With manuscript annotation [?signature] and date of 1740 to front pastedown. Contains music set primarily for two flutes, with some pieces set for solo flute only. Handel is very well represented. Other composers represented include Arne, Baston, Baustetter, Bononcini, Brivio, Carey, Castrucci, Cunee, Cuttenham, G. Dalmiadoro, Defesch, Dubourg, Fausan, Festing, Geminiani, Gizziello, Gladwin, Groneman, Hasse, Holcombe, Howard, Hudson, Lully, San Martini, Oswald, Pepusch, Pescetti, Petzold, Presseur, Russell, Spourni, Stanley, Telemann, Tessarini, Travers and Weideman. There are, in addition, many pieces without attribution, including numerous dances. Binding considerably worn; spine cracked and chipped; hinges and joints cracked. Occasional wear and soiling; sewing holes to inner margins; frontispiece and title detached; folding plate to Book 2 frayed and soiled at edges; inner margin of Book 6 stained. . First Edition. BUC p. 262. RISM BII p. 150 (2 complete copies only).

      [Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC]
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        Représentation des fêtes données par la ville de Strasbourg pour la Convalescence du Roi,

      Paris: imprimé par Laurent Aubert,, [1745]. à l'arrivée et pendant le séjour de sa Majesté en cette ville. Inventé, dessiné et dirigé par J. M. Weis. Large folio (630 x 470 mm). Original binding by Padeloup (see below) of contemporary mottled calf, covers with a gilt border roll enclosing arms at each corner, in centres large arms of Louis XV, marbled endpapers, gilt edges, the binding neatly rebacked. Engraved throughout. Title within a cartouche by M. Marvie after Le Parmentier, equestrian portrait of Louis XV engraved by J. G. Will after C. Parrocel, J. Chevallier, and J. B. le Moine, 11 double-page views engraved by J. P. Le Bas after Weis, 20 pages of descriptive text within decorative borders and including vignette head- and tailpieces by Marvie after Weis. Bookplate of William Huntly Campbell (d. 1844). Small stain to edge of plate mark, but not the image, of plate 8, marginal browning to last leaf of text, a very good copy. First edition of this famous fete book, a record of the festivities given by the city of Strasbourg to celebrate the visit of Louis XV, and also his recovery from a dangerous illness contracted at Metz in 1744. The original binding by Antoine-Michel Padeloup le jeune, signed with his engraved ticket at bottom of the engraved title page, forms a stylistic entity with the book.

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        Chart of the China Sea

      Paris 1745 - Comes from the atlas "Le Neptune Oriental ou routier general des cotes de Indes Orientales. . .), Size : 690x510 (mm), 27.125x20.125 (Inches), Hand Colored in Outline

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        The Delightful Pocket Companion. For the German Flute Containing A Choice Collection of the most Celebrated Italian, English, and Scotch Tunes, Curiously Adapted to that Instrument. [Volume I, Books 1-6]

      London: Printed for & Sold by John Simpson. [ca. 1745]. Octavo. Rebacked in quarter mid-tan calf with contemporary marbled boards, dark red leather labels titled in manuscript to spine, decorative cut paper label lettered in red ink to upper. 1f. (fine full-page frontispiece engraving of a flute player by George Bickham Jr.), 1f. (title), 36, 34, 36, 36, 36, 36 pp. With 2 folding plates of music to Book 2 (pp. 33-4). Six books in total (Book 3 identified as "part 3d."). Engraved throughout. Early manuscript annotation to upper margin of Book 4 (p. 13): "William Blomer Dudley to you Bouth[!]." Contains music set primarily for two flutes, with some pieces set for solo flute only. Handel is very well represented. Other composers represented include Arne, Baston, Baustetter, Bononcini, Brivio, Carey, Castrucci, Cunee, Cuttenham, G. Dalmiadoro, Defesch, Dubourg, Fausan, Festing, Geminiani, Gizziello, Gladwin, Groneman, Hasse, Holcombe, Howard, Hudson, Lully, San Martini, Oswald, Pepusch, Pescetti, Petzold, Presseur, Russell, Spourni, Stanley, Telemann, Tessarini, Travers and Weideman. There are, in addition, many pieces without attribution, including numerous dances. Ex-libris Alec Hodson (1900-1986), a pioneer of the English harpsichord manufacturing revival, with his pictorial bookplate to front pastedown. Boards slightly worn rubbed and bumped; somewhat crude leather label and narrow bands to spine; upper joint split; outer portion of free front endpaper lacking, completed in contemporary paper. Somewhat worn, browned, soiled and stained, including frontispiece and title; sewing holes to inner margins; small green ink stain to frontispiece; pp. 13-16 of Book 2 lacking and supplied in manuscript copy. . First Edition. BUC p. 262. RISM BII p. 150 (2 complete copies only).

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        A NEW GENERAL COLLECTION OF VOYAGES AND TRAVELS: Consisting of the most Esteemed Relations, which have been hitherto published in any Language:

      London, Thomas Astley, 1745.Comprehending every Thing remarkable in its Kind, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, With respect to the Several Empires, Kingdoms, and Provinces; their Situation, Extent, Bounds and Division, Climate, Soil and Produce; their Lakes, Rivers, Mountains, Cities, principal Towns, Harbours, Buildings, &c. and the gradual Alterations that from Time to Time have happened in each: Also the Manners and Customs of the Several Inhabitants... So as to form A Compleat System of Modern Geography and History, exhibiting the Present State of all Nations.... Four volumes, complete set, FIRST EDITIONS 1745 - 1747, 4to, approximately 255 x 195 mm, 10 x 7½ inches, 4 engraved frontispieces plus a total of 227 plates (as called for by plate lists) of which 56 folding, many maps and charts, many of birds, fish, alligators and other animals, some of useful plants, many views of towns and illustrations of indigenous people and their customs and dwellings, some images of weapons and artefacts, more than 1 image to many plates, text in double column, pages: Volume 1, (4), (v) - xi, (13), 680; Volume 2, (4), (v) - viii, (4), 732; Volume 3, (4), (v) - vi, (4), 605; Volume 4, (4), (v) - xii, (4), 751, (40) - Index, nicely bound to style in full modern calf, decorative blind panelling to covers, 5 gilt raised bands to spine, gilt decoration of anchors and chains to compartments, contrasting gilt lettered morocco labels, new endpapers. Very occasional light browning to text pages, small light stain to a few margins, a few plates faintly browned, one or two with dusty fore - edge, a couple with lower or fore - edge margins trimmed, 1 lower caption shaved, two or three folding plates lightly soiled in lower margin, small closed margin tear to 1 plate, neatly repaired on reverse, tiny hole in 3 text pages with loss of 3 or 4 letters, Volume I has slight damp staining to lower inner corner of frontispiece (very slightly affecting image corner) and first 5 prelim leaves. Overall a very good clean sturdy set. This collection was first published as a periodical from 1743 to 1747, compiled by John Green it is usually known as the Astley Collectiion. The first 2 volumes describe voyages undertaken by the Portuguese and the English from 1418 to 1735 to the East Indies and to Africa and nearby islands, travels along the West African coast, including Guinea and Benin, 2 voyages to South America and Barbados in 1693, and a voyage to Guinea, Brazil and the West Indies, Volumes 3 and 4 continue the travels in the rest of Africa, and then deal at length with travels in China and the rest of the far east 1246 - 1722. Cordier, Bibliotheca Sinica 1947; Lowendahl, Volume I, No.441; Cox Travels I, page 15; Hill, Pacific Voyages, Volume I, page 210; Sabin 28539. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        CRONICA DELLA CITTA’ DI VERONA Descritta da Pier Zagata; ampliata e supplita da Giambatista Biancolini. Annessovi un Trattato della Moneta antica veronese ec. Insieme con altre utili cose tratte dagli Statuti della Città medesima.

      Verona, per Dionisio Ramanzini Librajo, 1745-1749. In-8 (mm. 233x165), 2 parti in 3 voll. - rileg. in 1 tomo - p. pelle coeva, dorso (restaur.) con decoraz. e tit. oro su tassello, pp.num. XXIV,324;XX,352;(6),388; ornato da eleganti testat., grandi capilett. figur. a vignetta e finalini inc. su legno. Il vol. è illustrato da 5 belle tavv. (più volte ripieg.) inc. su rame da Urbani, che raffigurano: ?"reliquie e struttura del teatro antico dei Veronesi / veduta del ponte del Borghetto / arena di Verona / pianta e prospetto dell?'arco di Vitruvio / prospetto degli archi interiori ed esteriori situati sopra la via de?' Leoni?". Il primo vol. della seconda parte contiene il seguito della "Cronica" dello Zagata - dall?'anno 1375 fino al 1454 - colla continuazione di Jacopo Rizzoni, ampliata e supplita da Giambatista Biancolini; il secondo vol. è dedicato ai "Supplementi alla Cronica di Pier Zagata", con figg. silografate nel t. che riproducono antiche iscrizioni veronesi. "Edizione originale". Cfr. Lozzi,II,6271 - Choix de Olschki,XIII,21119 - Brunet,VI,25427 - Graesse,VII,503. Bello e fresco esemplare su carta distinta.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        A NEW GENERAL COLLECTION OF VOYAGES AND TRAVELS: Consisting of the most Esteemed Relations, which have been hitherto published in any Language:

      London, Thomas Astley, 1745.. Comprehending every Thing remarkable in its Kind, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America, With respect to the Several Empires, Kingdoms, and Provinces; their Situation, Extent, Bounds and Division, Climate, Soil and Produce; their Lakes, Rivers, Mountains, Cities, principal Towns, Harbours, Buildings, &c. and the gradual Alterations that from Time to Time have happened in each: Also the Manners and Customs of the Several Inhabitants... So as to form A Compleat System of Modern Geography and History, exhibiting the Present State of all Nations.... Four volumes, complete set, FIRST EDITIONS 1745-1747, 4to, approximately 255 x 195 mm, 10 x 7½ inches, 4 engraved frontispieces plus a total of 227 plates (as called for by plate lists) of which 56 folding, many maps and charts, many of birds, fish, alligators and other animals, some of useful plants, many views of towns and illustrations of indigenous people and their customs and dwellings, some images of weapons and artefacts, more than 1 image to many plates, text in double column, pages: Volume 1, (4), (v)-xi, (13), 680; Volume 2, (4), (v)-viii, (4), 732; Volume 3, (4), (v)-vi, (4), 605; Volume 4, (4), (v)-xii, (4), 751, (40) - Index, nicely bound to style in full modern calf, decorative blind panelling to covers, 5 gilt raised bands to spine, gilt decoration of anchors and chains to compartments, contrasting gilt lettered morocco labels, new endpapers. Very occasional light browning to text pages, small light stain to a few margins, a few plates faintly browned, one or two with dusty fore-edge, a couple with lower or fore-edge margins trimmed, 1 lower caption shaved, two or three folding plates lightly soiled in lower margin, small closed margin tear to 1 plate, neatly repaired on reverse, tiny hole in 3 text pages with loss of 3 or 4 letters, Volume I has slight damp staining to lower inner corner of frontispiece (very slightly affecting image corner) and first 5 prelim leaves. Overall a very good clean sturdy set. This collection was first published as a periodical from 1743 to 1747, compiled by John Green it is usually known as the Astley Collectiion. The first 2 volumes describe voyages undertaken by the Portuguese and the English from 1418 to 1735 to the East Indies and to Africa and nearby islands, travels along the West African coast, including Guinea and Benin, 2 voyages to South America and Barbados in 1693, and a voyage to Guinea, Brazil and the West Indies, Volumes 3 and 4 continue the travels in the rest of Africa, and then deal at length with travels in China and the rest of the far east 1246-1722. Cordier, Bibliotheca Sinica 1947; Lowendahl, Volume I, No.441; Cox Travels I, page 15; Hill, Pacific Voyages, Volume I, page 210; Sabin 28539. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Cronica della Città di Verona descritta; ampliata, e supplita da Giambatista Biancolini. Annessovi un Trattato della Moneta Antica Veronese ec. Insieme con altre utili cose tratte dagli Statuti della Città medesima. Al Nobil Signor Dionisio Nichesola patrizio veronese. Parte prima - Volume primo della seconda parte - Volume II della seconda parte.

      Per Dionisio Ramanzino,, in Verona, 1745 - Tre volumi in-4° (240x177mm), pp. XXIV, 324; XX, 352; (8), 388; legatura coeva p. pergamena rigida con unghie e dorsi adorni di titolo e tomaisons in oro entro tasselli. Tagli azzurri. Vignette incise su rame ai frontespizi, fregi tipografici istoriati incisi sempre su rame. Al primo vol. dedicatoria al Nichesola, al secondo e al terzo a Gianpietro Dolce. In principio del primo vol., catalogo degli autori utilizzati per la compilazione dell'opera e un sonetto del Fracastoro in lode di Verona. Al primo vol., 4 tavv. incise su rame f.t., 3 delle quali ripiegate, e varie xilografie n.t. Alla parte seconda del secondo vol., una tav. incisa su rame f.t, dall'Urbani da invenzione di Cristofali e più volte ripiegata evarie xilografie n.t. Antichi timbri nobiliari al verso dei frontespizi. Ex-libris moderni. Fresco esemplare, ottimamente conservato. Prima edizione. La "Cronica" di Pier Zagata ed i suoi relativi "Supplementi" espongono la storia della città di Verona dalle origini al 1749. Il primo vol. della seconda parte contiene il seguito della Cronica dello Zagata (dall'anno 1375 fino al 1454) colla continuazione di Jacopo Rizzoni, ampliata e supplita da Giambatista Biancolini; il secondo vol. è dedicato ai Supplementi alla Cronica medesima. Di particolare interesse nel volume I la parte numismatica sulla monetazione veronese (pp. 269 sgg.) e nel vol. II, parte II la sezione dedicata ai pittori, scultori e incisori veronesi (pp. 191 sgg.), la riproduzione xilografica di antichissime iscrizioni (pp. 238-242) e la bella tavola con il "Disegno che dimostra le reliquie e struttura del teatro antico de’ Veronesi". "Fra il 1745 e il 1749 il Biancolini pubblicò la sua prima opera d'erudizione: l'edizione critica, commentata e farcita d'ogni genere d'annotazioni e di aggiunte, della importante cronaca volgare veronese di Pier Zagata (Cronica della città di Verona descritta da Pier Zagata ampliata e supplita,annessovi un Trattato della moneta antica veronese, I, Verona 1745; II, ibid. 1747; II, 2,Supplementi, ibid. 1749). Il testo edito nel primo volume era basato su un solo codice, del quale però veniva rispettata l'ortografia: "per nulla toglierle della pregevole e veneranda antichità" (p. X); alla narrazione, che si fermava al 1375, il Biancolini fece seguire alcuni Supplementi, estratti di opere varie riguardanti "alcune cose giovevoli e curiose per quello riguarda le memorie della città nostra" (p. 202), e infine una lunga trattazione sulla monetazione veronese, dal titolo Osservazioni sopra le lire e monete veronesi ed altre,esposte in XLIV paragrafi (pp. 269-323)." (Armando Petrucci in D.B.I., X, 1968). Lozzi, 6271. Olschki, Choix, 21119. Brunet, VI, 25427. Graesse,VII, 503. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Extraordinary Events in the Doings of God, and marvelous in pious Eyes. Illustrated in a Sermon at the South Church in Boston, N.E. on the General Thanksgiving, Thursday, July 18, 1745. Occasion'd by taking the City of Louisbourg on the Isle of Cape-Breton, by New-England Soldiers, assisted by a British Squadron

      D. Henchman, Boston 1745 - (8 x 5 1/2 inches). 3-35pp; lacks half-title. (Repaired tears to terminal leaf). Modern red morocco backed marbled paper covered boards First edition of Prince's famous sermon on the taking of Cape Breton, in which he provides the background and narrates the battle. Fully one-half of this pamphlet is occupied by a very interesting historical account of the Island of Cape Breton, its eventful story; productions; the proceedings of the French against the Colonists, etc., with pages 7-33 devoted to an historical account of the campaign. One of the most famous of the Louisbourg sermons, five editions appearing in London in the following year, as well as later American editions. Evans 5681; Sabin 65596. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Peinture. Kupferstich nach J. La Joue.,

      Paris, Francois Chereau, ca. 1745. - Platte: 311 x 362 mm (Blattgröße 390 x 508 mm). *Le Blanc 77. Allegorie auf die Malerei, aus einer Folge von 5 Allegorien zu verschiedenen Musen. - Nicolas Henri Tardieu (auch "der Ältere" genannt) war der Vater des Nicolas Jacques Tardieu (genannt Cochin), ihre Blätter sind oft schwer zu unterscheiden, weil beide mit N. Tardieu zeichneten. "Tardieu lieferte eine bedeutende Anzahl von Werken verschiedenen Inhalts, die sich in Vergleich mit denen seines Sohnes durch grössere malerische Wirkung auszeichnen" (Nagler 20, S. 256). Er war "graveur du roi", einer der bekanntesten Stecher seiner Zeit. - Ganz ausgezeichneter Druck mit breitem Rand. Außenrand leicht gebräunt bzw. etwas angestaubt, kleiner Bräunungsfleck unterhalb der Plattenkante. Unterrand mit 2 kleinen minimalen Randeinrissen. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1000

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        A Course of Experimental Philosophy

      London: Printed for W. Innys...1745-4, 1745. Two Volumes, first edition of Vol II. xii, 466, [10]. xv, [1], 568pp, [8]. With 78 folding engraved plates. Eighteenth-century ink-stamp of J. Anderson to title page of each volume. Some marginal staining at front and end of each volume, caused by leather at turn ins. Closed tears to plates 30-31 of Vol II, without loss. John Theophilus Desaguliers (1683-1744), French natural philosopher and engineer. Born shortly before the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, Desaguliers was educated at his father's French school at Islington before graduating BA from Christ Church, Oxford in 1709, MA from Hart Hall in 1712 and subsequently LLB and LD at Cambridge in 1726. In addition to teaching at the French school, lecturing at Hart Hall and the Royal Society, where he was elected fellow in 1714, he cultivated a prodigious social network including royalty, aristocracy, masonic lodges, and the London scientific community. He is perhaps best known for his advocation of Newtonianism, a cause for which he was thoroughly qualified as the successor to Hauksbee both as Newton's experimental assistant and curator of experiments at the Royal Society. His public lectures and demonstrations were popular, not least due to his sense of the dramatic and innovative, including the demonstration of a planetariaum describing the motion of heavenly bodies according to Newtonian and Copernican systems. The publication of this extensive course of experimental Newtonianism was provoked by the pseudo-pirated publication of A System of Experimental Philosophy (London, 1719). Despite bearing Desaguliers' name on the title page, the work was compiled by his student Paul Dawson, and the former's financial interest was no greater than the few pounds he secured in agreeing to write a preface and correct the work. This greatly extended Course was composed by Desaguliers, and, aimed at a wide audience, explores his beloved Newtonianism through detailed experimental and demonstrative lectures, rather than mathematical explanation, providing detailed engraved illustrations (including that of the aforementioned planetarium) and scholarly references to allow further study by the more academically curious. The first volume was published in 1734, with a decade passing before the appearance of the second - thus 'sets' are frequently composed of the second edition of Volume I and the first edition of Volume II, as here. The Anderson provenance of this present copy is unexplained, though unlikely to be related to the John Anderson listed as a subscriber to this work in the list to Vol. II, who was presumably the author's collaborator in a work of freemasonry (d.1739): death did not preclude the inclusion of subscribers' names, given Sir Isaac Newton's own inclusion in the 1744 published Vol II despite his death occuring some seven years before the publication of Vol I. ESTC T135355, part of T135357 (Vol II).. Second Edition/First Edition. Quarto.

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        A Treatise of All Sorts of Food, Both Animal and Vegetables: Also of Drinkables

      London: John Taylor, 1745. Fourth Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary calf, rebacked. Scattered foxing and browning, signature crossed out on page, tears to the edges of a few pages in the index 1. xii, 372, (24)pp. On onions: "good against dropsy, ashtma and scurvy. It is also us'd against deafness". Chocolate "keeps down the fumes of wine, promotes venery, and resists the malignity of the humours." Size: 8vo (octavo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Science & Technology. Inventory No: CAT000153.

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        A TREATISE OF ALL SORTS OF FOODS, both animal and vegetable: also of DRINKABLES: Giving an Account How to chuse the best Sort of all Kinds; Of the good and bad Effects they produce; the Principles they abound with;

      London, printed for T. Osborne, 1745.. the Time, Age and Constitution they are adapted to. Wherein their Nature and Use is explain?'d according to the Sentiments of the most eminent Physicians and Naturalists Antient and Modern. The Whole divided into one Hundred seventy-six Chapters. With Remarks upon each. Written originally in French. By the Learned M. L. Lemery, Physician to the King, and Member of the Royal Academy. Translated by D. Hay, M. D. To which is added, An Introduction treating of Foods in general: A Table of the Chapters, and an Alphabetical Index. A Work of universal Use to all who are inclin?'d to know the good or bad Qualities of what they eat or drink. FOURTH ENGLISH EDITION 1745, 12mo, approximately 170 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, title page printed red and black, pages: xii, 372, (24 - index), with an initial imprimatur leaf, bound in full early calf, rebacked to style with gilt decorated raised bands, gilt motif in compartments, gilt titled red morocco label. Covers and corners slightly worn, tiny repair to 1 lower corner, some dark staining to lower cover, inner paper hinges neatly repaired, armorial bookplate of John Peter Fearon on front pastedown, tiny hole to page xi/xii with loss only of page number, some pages very lightly browned. A very good clean tight copy. Drinkables starts on page 319 and runs to the end of the text, and includes coffee and tea. The first edition of this work was published in Paris in 1702 and in English in 1704. The first English edition does not mention "Drinkables" in the title, the second, third and fourth editions were all published in 1745 and only the fourth had the red and black title. ESTC T107745; Cagle, page 594, No.822; Gabler, Wine into Words, page 1656, G27500: "Includes a discussion of wine, its qualities and effects, the changes it undergoes in fermentation and how to make it." MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Kurtzer und deutlicher Unterricht Zur Aufreissung der sechs Säulen-Ordnungen Nach der heutigen Civil-Bau-Kunst, Nebst Anweisung zu richtiger Auftragung aller darzu gehörigen Theile, nach den dreißigtheiligen Modul, Sammt denen unentbehrlichen Problematibus aus der Geometrie, um allen Gliedern ihre richtige Ausladung und Proportion zu geben, Und einem Anhange Von denen zu jeglicher Ordnung gehörigen Arcaden, Polunstraten, Thür-Verkleidungen und Camin-Verzierungen, Absonderlich aber Der in dieser Wissenschafft studirenden Jugend zum Besten heraus gegeben [...].

      Zittau, gedruckt mit Stremelischen Schrifften, o. J. (1745).. 8°. Mit gest. Frontispiz, gest. Wappenvignette u. 27 gefalt. Kupfertafeln. 8 Bll., 56 S., Ppbd. d. Zt.. Erstausgabe dieses seltenen Werkes des Zittauer Zeichenlehrers und Kupferstechers Johann Daniel de Montalegre (1697-1768). Der Text bietet begleitende Erläuterungen zum tlw. mit genauen geometrischen Berechnungen versehenen Tafelteil. Es werden verschiedene Säulenordnungen wie die dorische, toskanische, ionische und korinthische Ordnung besprochen. Mit Betrachtungen der Kapitale, Schäfte, Sockel wie auch der Bogenstellungen. - Einband etw. berieben bzw. fleckig. Etw. gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. - Thieme/B. XXV, 79.

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        Les Coûtumes générales du païs et Duché de Bretagne. et usemens locaux de la mesme province. Avec les procez-verbaux des deux reformations, les notes de M. Pierre Hevin?, l'aitiologie de Messire Bertrand d'Argentré, la traduction abrégée de son commentaire par M. H. E. Poullain de Bellair, et les notes de M. Charles du Moulin. Revu, corrigé & augmenté? avec des notes par M. A. M. Poullain du Parc.

      Rennes: Guillaume Vatar, 1745 - 48 - 3 volumes in-4; Vol I: [2ff.: titre, faux-titre], [4p.,] 16p. préface, cliii, [5p.], 700p., [24 p. table]; Volume II: [2ff.], 760 p., [44p. table, privilège]; Volume III: [2ff.], [3p.], 848 p., [31 p. table]. Reliure d'époque en plein veau, dos à nerfs joliment ornés des "L" entrelacés de la couronne de France et de l'hermine bretonne, plats encadrés de filets dorés avec hermines en angle et portant l'inscription "parcquet" ou "greffe du parquet". Quelques usures aux coupes et coins, petit travail de vers à la coiffe supérieure du troisième volume, mais généralement un bon exemplaire. Exemplaire agréablement relié de cet ouvrage classique. Brunet II, 367. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Graaven Van Holland, in Jaardichten Bescheven. Two Volumes

      J. Bosch, Haarlem, Holland [Netherlands] 1745 - Two volume set, 1745. In Dutch. 18th century bindings of marbled leather, probably sheep, with five raised spine bands, dual gilt tooled spine labels, gilt decorated compartments and outer cover edges, marbled text block edges, title pages in red and black, about 20cm tall. Includes all 33 plates including 32 of Dutch nobility and engraved title in first volume. Vol I: [4], 8, xx, [52], 207 pages + 24 plates. Vol II: 224, [4], 63, [2] pages + 9 plates. Covers rubbed at the extremities with minor chipping to the corners and spine ends, spine leather crackled with some minor edge chipping but stabilized, vol II has additional chipping at the edges, remains of an old paper label on the front cover and long scuff along rear cover, bindings sound, pages clean and unmarked. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CONSTITUCIONES NUEVAMENTE ADICIONADAS DE LA CONGREGACIÓN DE NUESTRO PADRE, Y PATRIARCA SAN FELIPE NERI, DE SEGLARES, SIERVOS DE LOS POBRES, ENFERMOS DEL REAL HOSPITAL GENERAL DE ESTA VILLA DE MADRID

      MADRID 1745 - PLENA PIEL. PASTA ESPAÑOLA. 110 PÁGINAS. MARCAS DE POLILLA EN MARGEN INFERIOR. GRABADO DE SAN FELIPE NERI EN PRIMERA PÁGINAS. Size: 15 X 10,5

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        Verzeichnung bisher bekanter alt- und neuer, merckwürdiger wiennerischer Schau- Denck- und Lauf-Müntzen, welche in gehöriger Zeit-Ordnung angeführet, und hinlänglich beschrieben werden, zur Ermunterung ferneren Suchens, und dermahleins vollkommenen Ausführens.

      Linz, Franz Anton Ilger, 1745. - (10), 76 SS. Mit gest. Frontispiz (J. A. Steißlinger sc.) und 2 mehrf. gefalt. gedr. Tafeln. Lederband der Zeit auf 5 Bünden mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und beriebener Rückenvergoldung. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. Rote Wolkenkleistervorsätze. Lesebändchen. 4to. Einzige Ausgabe. - "[Die] achte Abtheilung, die Münzen unter Kaiser Karl VI. und die neunte, jene aus den ersten Regierungsjahren der Kaiserin Maria Theresia bis 1744 enthaltend, [können] als eine Fortsetzung zu dem Werke von Heraeus angesehen werden" (Wurzbach). - Einband schwach berieben; Ecken, Kanten und Rücken leicht bestoßen. Alter Besitzerstempel "F. v. K." (18./19. Jh.) am Titel. Insgesamt hübsches Exemplar aus der Sammlung des Wiener Brauindustriellen Josef Wünsch (1843-1916) mit seinem Exlibris am vorderen Innendeckel. Lipsius/L. I, 172. Wurzbach VII, 337. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De misantrope, of de gestrenge zedenmeester. In het Fransch geschreven door Justus van Effen. en in het Nederduits vertaalt door P. le Clercq.

      Amsterdam, Hermanus Uytwerf, 1742-1745. - (1e druk). 3 delen. Klein 8vo. (VI)+534;(I)+533+(63);(I)+568+(8) pp. Met gegraveerd frontisp. (portret). Reg. Gebonden. Rood half schaapsleer met gemarmerde platten uit de tijd. Goed ex. (Banden wat geschaafd; papier hier en daar licht roestvl.). * Scheepers I, 324.

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        Die Sitten-Lehrer oder Erzehlung philosophischer Gespräche, welche die Natur und Tugend betreffen. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt nebst einem Schreiben an den Übersetzer. Angebunden:Shaftesbury: Untersuchung über die Tugend.

      Berlin., Haude und Spener, 1745 und 1747.. 8vo. 280 S., (4) Bl. Register; 222 S., (1) Bl. Inhalt. Das erste Titelblatt etwas fleckig. Die ersten Lagen des zweiten Titels gering gebräunt. Marmorierter Schnitt. Zeitgenössischer Pappband, die Ecken bestoßen. - Volpi, Großes Werklexikon der Philosophie, II, 1387f.; Ziegenfuß II, 523ff.Äußerst seltene erste deutsche Ausgaben von The Moralists, a Philosophical Rhapsody und An Inquiry Concerning Virtue, or Merit.Übersetzer der beiden Texte ist der Aufklärungstheologe Johann Joachim Spalding, der Shaftesburys Schriften bereits als Student kennen und schätzen gelernt hatte und dessen in zahlreichen Auflagen erschienene Bestimmung des Menschen ganz aus dem Geist Shaftesburys heraus verfasst ist. Bei Shaftesbury handelt es sich, wie bekannt, um den Begründer der moral sense-Ethik: Tugenden sind nicht aus einer religiösen Pflichtenlehre abzuleiten, vielmehr sind sie dem Menschen als "natürliche Neigungen" inhärent. Diese nicht nur zur Lehre der Kirche, sondern auch quer zu Hobbes als auch Locke stehende Auffassung hat manchen Widerspruch hervorgerufen, so etwa den Mandevilles, hat aber seine Landsleute Hutcheson und Hume ebenso wie das deutsche Denken von Lessing bis zur Klassik und die französische Aufklärung nachhaltig beeinflußt. "Die Sitten-Lehrer" gilt als Shaftesburys Hauptwerk - Leibniz bezeichnete die Abhandlung über die Tugend als Vorzimmer, die Sitten-Lehrer als das innere Heiligtum der Philosophie des englischen Lords. Am Schluß dieses als platonisches Gespräch verfaßten Buches entwickelt Shaftesbury die vielleicht folgenreichste seiner Ideen: die Deutung der Natur als Spiegelbild der menschlichen Seele, eine Deutung, deren Spuren sich bis hin zum Systemfragment der Tübinger Trinität durch das gesamte 18. Jahrhundert nachweisen lassen.Beide Titelvignetten zeigen, mit kleinen Abweichungen, Minerva, die Göttin der Weisheit, über dem Helm der Göttin der Spruch Sapere aude, der spätestens mit Kant zum Motto der Aufklärung geworden ist. M. Mulsow (Prekäres Wissen. Eine andere Ideengeschichte der frühen Neuteit, Berlin 2012, S. 220ff.) verfolgt die Geschichte des Wahlspruches im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert. Demnach geht die Vignette auf einen Entwurf des Philosophen Johann August Wachter für die 1734 gegründete Aletophilen-Gesellschaft um den Grafen Manteuffel zurück. Spalding, der Übersetzer der beiden Werke Shaftesburys, wiederum war mit dem Grafen Manteuffel bekannt und wählte als Verleger Ambrosius Haude, der ebenfalls zu den Aletophilen zählte. Sapere aude ist, wie man sich denken kann, gegen Noli altum sapere, sed time gerichtet - auch dieser zum Spruch gewordene Text aus Römer 11, 20 ist einmal Motto einer Druckervignette gewesen, allerdings um die 220 Jahre vor unserem Buch bei der bedeutendsten aller Druckerdynastien, den Estiennes in Paris und Genf. .

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        A Chart of ye East-Indies, with the Coast of Persia, China also the Philipina, Moluca and Sunda Islands &c.

      ca 1745, London: - South East Asia and Indian Ocean chart, from Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf in the west to New Holland (Australia), New Guinea, 'Corea' and Japan in the east, and to China in the north. Chinese ports shown: Nankin, Nimpo, Amoy, Focheu, Canton, Macao. Showing Australia as New Holland (with De Wits Land and Dimens Land), as named by Tasman's discovery, and many of the islands, including Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan, the Maledives, Comores, Seychelles and Madagascar. With two compass rose. Two vertical folds, very slight toning far right side. 13 3/4 x 11 1/4".

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        Tractus Australior Americae Meridionalis a Rio de la Plata per Fretum Magellanicum ad Toraltum / Nieuwe Perfecte Pascaert van 't Suyderlyckfte deel van Suyt America, van Rio de la Plata door de straet Magellaen tot Toral.

      Amsterdam 1745 - Size : 484x561 (mm), 19x22.125 (Inches), Hand Colored

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        Plan de la ville de St. Ghillain situee sur la riviere d'Hayne entre Conde et Mons en Haynaut : dediee a son altesse Monseigneur le Comte de Saxe grand Duc de Courlande Marechal de France

      Paris, 1745. 29,2 : 37,5 cm.. Sehr seltener Kupferstichplan von Saint-Ghislain im belgischen Hennegau. Links mit prachtvoller Kartusche, unten rechts ein Meilenzeiger mit floralem Rahmen. Wir konnten lediglich ein Exemplar dieser Karte in Bibliotheken weltweit nachweisen, welches sich in der Universitätsbibliothek Bern befindet. Diese Karte wurde als Einzelblatt verkauft und ist damit sehr selten, da sie nicht in einem Atlas veröffentlicht wurde. Gelegentlich finden sich separat publizierte Karten in Sammelatlanten. - Hervorragende Erhaltung. Kräftiger Abdruck auf dickem Büttenpapier mit Wasserzeichen. - A very rare engraved plan of Saint-Ghislain in the Belgian Hainaut. Left with a magnificent cartouche, bottom right a mileage scale with floral frame. We could locate only one copy of this plan in libraries worldwide. It can be found in the Library of the University of Bern, Switzerland. This map is very rare since it has been published separately, not in regular Atlases. Sometimes such maps can be found in Composite Atlases. - In mint condition. A strong impression, printed on paper with watermark.

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        [Pineapple] Ananas folio angusto serrato

      [Regensburg], 1745. Engraving, printed in colours with additional hand colouring. Very good condition with the exception of some very slight foxing at the extreme sheet edges. A fine image from one of the first works to use colour printing successfully, and the first published work to include work by the greatest botanical artist of the eighteenth century: Georg Dionysius Ehret. This fine plate comes from Weinmann's magnum opus 'Phytanthoza Iconographia' (Regensburg: 1737-1745), a work which represented a major technical and artistic advance over its precursors, Martyn's 'Historia plantarum rariorum' and the Society of Gardeners' 'Catalogus plantarum'. The work was based on Weinmann's collection of plants and was financed by him. The botanical drawings from which the plates are taken are mainly by Ehret, his first published work, and by N. Asamin, a talented young female artist. Weinmann's work is highly valued for the undoubted artistic standard of the plates, and the individual plates represent an extremely valuable record of the plant kingdom as it was understood and classified in the period just preceding the introduction of Linnaeus' revolutionary system of classification. Cf. Dunthorne 327; cf. Great Flower Books (1990) p.151; cf. Johnston Cleveland Collections 388; cf. Nissen BBI 2126; cf. Stafleu & Cowan TL2 17.050.

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        Aritmetica practica, y especulativa. Ahora nuevamente corregida, y añadidas por el mismo autor muchas cosas, con otros dos libros, y una Tabla muy copiosa de las cosas mas notables de todo lo que en este libro se contiene

      Imprenta de Juan Muñoz, Madrid 1745 - Tamaño 16 x 20. Reencuadernado en pergamino de época con lomo rotulado en tinta. El libro se compone de 214 hojas foliadas en el ángulo superior derecho del anverso + 8 hojas sin numerar conteniendo los índices. Por lo demás buen estado de conservación del papel, sin manchas de óxido ni humedad. Tratado aritmético dividido en nueve libros, vigente a lo largo de los siglos XVII y XVIII a través de numerosas reediciones. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Cardinal Tencins Plan. WITH Brief and True Representation of the Posture of Our Affairs

      London: M Cooper and G Woodfall, 1745 Presented to the French King for settling the Pretenders Family upon the British Throne and Compleating the long concerted scheme of Universal Monarch in the House of Bourbon. With the half title, ([4], 9-28 pp. bound WITH A Brief and true representation of the Posture of our affairs containing a particular account of the dangers to be apprehended from the present Invasion; and the Measures necessary for our safety and preservation, printed in London for E Owen in Amen Corner, 1745, 30 pp.. Bound in marbled paper boards a little bumped and worn at edges and corners. Spine has a little paper loss at base and a hand written title to paper label. Internally has the bookplate of W Wynne to front paste down, with a note in his hand about the book to fep's, small separation of text block and spine at base not affecting book, light browning to paper edges. Very Rare. (ESTC N26726 & T61443) Pierre-Paul Guérin de Tencin (1679/1-1758), French ecclesiastic, was archbishop of Embrun and Lyon, and a cardinal of Lyon.

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        Strassburg / Frankreich Representation de l'arrive de sa ...

      ca. 1745. Motivmass: 39,0x74,5 Blattmass: 57,0x88,0 Kupferstich Koloriert.

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        STORIA CRITICA DELLE PRATICHE SUPERSTIZIOSE, CHE HANNO SEDOTTO I POPOLI, ED IMBROGLIATO I DOTTI COL METODO, E CO' PRINCIPJ PER DISCERNERE GLI EFFETTI NATURALI DA QUE' CHE NOL SONO. DEL M.R.P. PIETRO LE BRUN PRETE DELL'ORATORIO. TRADOTTA DALLA SECONDA EDIZIONE FRANCESE DA F. ZANNINO MARSECCO.

      MANTOVA, DIONIGI RAMANZINI, 1745 - Legatura originale in cartonnage in perfetta conservazione salvo che al piatto di un volume; ai dorsi, autore e titolo manoscritti e etichette cartacee con numeri di allocazione. Tomo I: elegante antiporta incisa a piena pagina da autore anonimo e raffigurante allegoria religiosa;  XXXVI -113 pagine numerate; Tomo II: VIII pagine numerate compreso il frontespizio- 154 pagine numerate. All'interno, 3 tavole fuori testo incise su rame  raffiguranti figure, alcune incisioni silografiche nel testo. Tomo III: 153 pagine numerate, compreso il frontespizio, 1 tavola fuori testo incisa su rame raffigurante figure; alcune illustrazioni silografiche nel testo. Tomo IV: XVI pagine numerate compreso il frontespizio; 138 pagine numerate; 2 pagine non numerate di indice. Tutti i volumi presentano graziosi capolettera testatine e finalini incisi. Prima edizione italiana di un corposo compendio volto a dissacrare numerose superstizioni, molte delle quali relative alla ciarlataneria medica, con particolare attenzione alla rabdomanzia. Fortunata opera che vantò molte traduzioni ed edizioni.  Esemplare genuino e in ottima conservazione a pieni margini con  "barbe", ampia lacuna longitudinale al piatto anteriore del IV volume. 0 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Astrotheologie, oder Anweisung zu der Erkenntniss Gottes aus Betrachtung der Himmlischen Körper. Aus der fünften Engl. Ausgabe übersetzet, und in dieser vierten Auflage mit einer Nachricht von mehreren Scribenten die durch Betrachtung der Natur zu Gott führen, vermehret von B. Jo. Alberto Fabricio, D. und Prof. Publ. des Gymnasii zu Hamburg: Nebst desselben Pyrotheologie, oder Anweisung zur Erkenntniss Gottes aus Betrachtung des Feuers. Mit Kupfern.

      Hamburg, bey Johann Carl Bohn, 1745.. CLXXXIV [184], 381 S., 3 gefalt. Taf., 8°, Pappband d. Zt.. Ackermann III/781 (zur Ausg. 1732); Vlg. Caillet I,3003 u. I,3004. - William Derham (1657-1735) englischer Geistlicher u. Naturphilosoph; gilt als der erste Forscher, der die Schallgeschwindigkeit gemessen hat. - Einband berieben u. bestossen; Rücken leicht nachgeklebt; tlw. gebräunt; drei Blatt mit kl. Eckabriß; letzte Tafel knittrig u. im Falz mit kl. Loch, sonst ein gutes Expl.

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        DE INTERPRETATIONE DIVINAE SCRIPTURAE EPISTOLARUM

      Venice: Casparis Ranconelle, 1745. 538p, printed in double columns, 1745. First edition. Folio. Bound in full 18th century vellum. Slight aging to vellum, interior pages clean and fresh. A nice copy in very good condition. Text in Latin. A collection of letters on Holy Scripture, divided into fine sections. St. Isidore of Pelusium was a 5th century abbot who was held in great esteem by St. Cyril. His letters were originally written in Greek - this volume is the first publication of the Latin translation.

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        BIBLIOTHECA SCRIPTORUM MEDIOLANENSIUM Seu Acta, et Elogia virorum... qui in Metropoli Insubriae, oppidisque circumjacentibus orti sunt...

      Mediolani, in Aedibus Palatinis, 1745. In folio (mm. 433x272), 2 tomi in 4 voll., cartonato rustico coevo, pp.num. (6),12,XV,DCXVI,(28); (86),754; (4),1706; (2),2468,64,(10) numeraz. continua; grande vignetta inc. in rame ai due frontespizi con tit. in rosso e nero; testo e numeraz. su due colonne. Ritratto dell?'Imperatrice Maria Teresa d?'Austria, alla dedica; grandi e belle testate per lo più con vedute di monumenti milanesi e pregevoli iniziali figur. a vignetta, inc. in rame dallo Zucchi. Nell?'opera "Premittitur Josephi Saxii Historia Literario-Thypographica Mediolanensis ab anno MCDLXV ad annum MD nunc primum edita". E' la migliore bio-bibliografia esistente degli scrittori milanesi e non, ma che scrissero su Milano, anteriori alla prima metà del sec. XVIII. "Edizione originale". Cfr. Brunet,I,418 - Graesse,I,193 - Cat. Hoepli,1. Solo 1 vol. con ca. 150 cc. che presentano una picc. manc. all?'ang. inf., altrimenti fresco e bell?'esempl. con barbe.

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        Sammelband mit 4 rechtsphilosophischen Werken. Das allgemeine gesellschaftliche Recht nebst der Politick u.a..

      Berlin und Potsdam, Schütz und Voß, 1745 - 1747.. 8°. 2 Bll., 90 SS.; 6 Bll., 219 SS.; 6 Bll., 127 SS.; 3 Bll., 74 SS. Pappe d. Zt.. Vgl. ADB XVII, 655. - Erste Ausgaben. - Sammelband mit vier rechtsphilosophischen Schriften des Berliner Juristen und Ratsherrn Lucas Friedrich Langemack (gest. 1761). - I: Das allgemeine gesellschaftliche Recht nebst der Politick. Berlin, Schütz, 1745. - II: Das allgemeine Lehn-Recht, aus philosophischen Gründen erwiesen, Potsdam, Voß, 1747. - III: Die Lehre von den Testamenten aus philosophischen Gründen hergeleitet. Berlin, Schütz, 1745. - IV: Das Pfand- und Hypotheken-Recht aus philosophischen Gründen hergeleitet. Berlin, Schütz, 1745. - Einband teils etwas beschabt, durchgängig etwas gebräunt und stellenweise leicht fleckig, sonst gutes, sauberes Exemplar der seltenen Titel.

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        A Unique and extensive collection of forty-five mid-eighteenth century works primarily submitted in the Court of Session of Scotland, treating of a wide variety of both civil and criminal matters, the great majority of them not recorded in ESTC

      Edinburgh: V.p., 1745-1766. One volume, in sheep-backed marbled boards, one board detached, binding broken, the title and last leaf of each work sometimes soiled, but quite usable Among the many matters litigated are family and marriage, labor and trade, maritime and shipping, poaching, insolvency, capital punishment, smuggling, and murder, with participants including Lord Auchinleck, Sir William Nairne, and Lord Swinton

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        LA GERUSALEMME LIBERATA Con le figure di Giambattista Piazzetta. Alla Sacra Real Maestà di Maria Teresa d’Austria.

      Venezia, Giambatista Albrizzi, 1745. In-folio gr. (mm. 450 x 305), mz. marocchino ottocentesco e pergamena ai piatti (picc. spacchi), dorso a cordoni con tit. oro, tagli marmorizzati, 13 cc.nn., 257 cc.num. (mal numer. 253), compresi: bella antiporta allegorica, frontespizio con tit. in rosso e nero, il pregevole ritratto di Maria Teresa d'Austria inc. da F. Polanzani ("manca l?'occhietto"); il vol. è ornato da una grande vignetta al frontesp., da 20 deliziose testate che racchiudono l'argomento, da bellissimi finali (di cui 6 a p. pag.) e da grandi iniziali figurate, nel t. L?'opera è illustrata f.t. da 20 superbe tavv. inquadrate in eleganti cornici, ciasc. con dedica e relativo stemma (nella seconda ediz. sostituite da versi, come precisa il Morazzoni, p. 256), tutte finemente inc. in rame. "Prima edizione" di questo "monumento tipografico albrizziano, considerato il più bel libro veneziano per le illustrazioni del Piazzetta.. E' questa un'ediz. che ben caratterizza un'epoca e ben si merita tutta l'ammirazione che oggi ancora la circonda.. Alla fine del superbo volume ci attende una gradevolissima sorpresa: l'apparizione dell'editore Albrizzi e del suo prezioso collaboratore Piazzetta, amichevolmente conversanti all'ombra di un boschetto dominato da un'agreste rovina. Il Piazzetta è il personaggio in primo piano e questa vivacissima immagine ha il merito di essere un autoritratto". Cosi' Morazzoni, p. 124. Cfr. anche Choix de Olschki,XII,18734 - Cohen,978 - Gamba,948 - Brunet,V,666. Tracce di colla al frontesp., altrimenti fresco esmplare, ben conservato.

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        Lieb-volle Seelen-Hülff zu Nutz der Abgeleibten, Und Lehr der Lebenden, [Jenen zur Linderung, und Befreyung, Disen Zur Wahrnung, und Verdienst-voller Beeyferung,] In Predigerischen Abhandlungen vorgestellet [, Und mit dreyen vollständigen Registern versehen, ... / Authore Josepho Joanneser [, Der Ges. Jesu Priestern]

      Augsburg, Gruber 1745. 33 cm. (50), 588, (10) Seiten Titel rot und schwarz gedruckt. Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Schließen - Welzig 295 - Gebetbuch der Gebetsgemeinschaft für die Verstorbenen. Gedruckt für Gastl in Regensburg. Enthält S. 564f ein Verzeichnis der Arme-Seelen-Bruderschaften, die der Hof-Erz-Bruderschaft München vor 1716 angegliedert wurden. Einband etwas fleckig und Schabspuren, Schließhaken fehlen, innen stellenweise gebräunt, Besitzeintrag, datiert 1771 -

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        The Justice of Peace: A Treatise Containing The Power and Duty of that Magistrate, Compiled From the Statutes at Large; the best and latest Reports; and other Books of Authority in the Law; with many new Cases never before printed [etc.]. Folio

      London: Printed by Henry Lintot . . . for John and Paul Knapton [etc.], 1745. Contemporary calf, rubbed, rebacked, the original label preserved, a very good, clean, tall copy; with the armorial bookplate of Henry Collingwood Barlow's principal work, appearing some two decades after he was called to the bar of the Middle Temple, a well-printed folio; the substantial appendix provides, usually in double-column, a summary of offences and their prescribed penalties

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