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        Angola, Histoire Indienne. Ouvrage sans vrai-semblance.

      "Agra" (Paris): avec Privilege du Grand Mogol, 1746. Two volumes in one, octavo; in contemporary French mottled calf, spine gilt, crimson label. First edition: a popular and often reprinted satire on Parisian manners, set in the Indies, in a "fertile land now known to geographers despite being missed by Strabo and Ptolemy" ('une contrée fertile des grandes Indes, dont l'extrême exactitude de nos Géographes modernes, est parvenue, en dépit de Strabon & de Ptolomée... ').La Morlière (1719-85), musketeer, member of the Order of Christ, and bon vivant, was famous for his lengthy involvement with French theatre, particularly through his links with Voltaire. Before he found his niche in the theatre, he wrote several rather licentious novels, in particular Angola, which was held up by contemporaries such as Édouard Thierry as 'le roman du siècle, le livre des jolis boudoirs, le manuel charmant de la conversation à la mode'. The setting for the novel in the Indies allows Morlière broad scope for satire, especially in his depiction of the just king Erzeb-can's marriage to Princesse Arsenide, darling of the world of luminous fairies on the 'côte gauche'. Most of the tale is devoted to the adventures of their child Prince Angola, who travels throughout the Indies and Arabia. Some spots, a few bumps but a very good copy.

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        Traité du castor, dans lequel on explique la nature, les propriétés & l'usage médico-chymique du castoreum dans la médecine. Augmenté des observations de cet auteur, & de plusieurs autres médecins célèbres, de l'histoire des maladies dont on n'avait point encore parlé, & d'un grand nombre de découvertes, par Jean Francus.

      Paris, Durand, 1746. ____ Première édition en français. L'ouvrage traite principalement des vertus pharmacologiques provenant du castor et particulièrement du castoreum. Illustré par trois planches gravées montrant un castor et ses particularités anatomiques. L'ouvrage a été publié par Johan Francus [Mueller] , après la mort de l'auteur, à partir d'un manuscrit "enseveli dans la poussière depuis plus de quarante ans" (Préface). Johan Francus a ajouté de très longues notes. Traduction de Marc Antoine Eidous. On trouve en début de volume un "Extrait d'une lettre de Mr Sarrasin, médecin du roi en Canada, touchant l'anatomie du Castor." Les papiers des plats ont été restaurés. *****. In-12. [176 x 100 mm] Collation : (2), LX, 280, (4), IV pp., 3 planches h.-t. dépliantes. Demi-basane rouge à coins, dos à nerfs. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Idea de una Nueva Historia General de la Am�rica Septentrional. Fundada sobre material copioso de figuras, Symbols, Caracteres, Geroglifcos, Cantares, y Manuscritos de Autores Indios, ultimamente descubiertos

      Madrid: En la Imprenta de Juan de Zuniga, 1746. [xxxvi]+167+[viii]+96 pages. Octavo (8 1/4" x 6 1/4") bound in full leather with decorative gilt and lettering to spine. From the library of George M Foster. 1st edition.Lorenzo Boturini Benaducci, born in Italy of noble parentage, studied in Milan and lived in Trieste and Vienna. He was a knight of the Holy Roman Empire. Forced to flee Austria because of the war with Spain, Boturini arrived in Spain via England and Portugal. In Madrid he met the Condesa de Santibáñez, oldest daughter of the Condesa de Moctezuma. The mother authorized him to collect a pension due her, as a descendant of the Aztec Emperor Moctezuma II, from the royal treasury in New Spain. Boturini went to New Spain in 1736, where he remained eight years. During those years he assembled a vast collection of paintings, maps, manuscripts and native codices. He copied more than 500 pre-Columbian inscriptions and made his own drawings of monuments and sculptures, and he investigated the history of the apparition of the Virgin of Guadalupe on the hill of Tepeyac. He traveled widely and on his travels brought together the largest collection of Mexican antiquities assembled to that time by a European. Not only did he intend to write the history of the Virgin of Guadalupe, but he also had plans to crown her image with a gold crown. For that purpose he sought donations from the bishops and from the public. This brought him to the attention of the colonial government, which was suspicious of the motives of a foreigner making this proposal. On June 2, 1743 after an investigation, the recently arrived viceroy, Pedro Cebrián y Agustín, had him imprisoned and impounded his collection. He was accused of entering New Spain without license from the Council of the Indies and of introducing papal documents without a royal permit. After eight months in prison, Boturini was sent to Spain. He fell into the hands of pirates, who eventually released him at Gibraltar. From there he traveled to Madrid, in miserable conditions. In Madrid he met Mariano Fernández de Echeverría y Veytia, another passionate collector of Indian antiquities. Fernández de Echeverría y Veytia offered Boturini a place to live and financial support, and got the Council of the Indies to reconsider his case. Boturini was absolved. The king named him royal chronicler of the Indies, ordered that his collection be returned to him, and extended an invitation for him to return to New Spain. Boturini, however, declined to return to New Spain, and his collection was never restored. It appears that he was granted recompense and a stipend to work on his projected history of the colony. In Madrid he wrote a history of ancient Mexico, unpublished at the time of his death in 1753. The library at the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe is named for him. The Boturini Collection was formed between 1735 and 1743, to serve as the basis of a projected Historia de América Septentrional. It consisted of many valuable documents, the majority of them of Indian provenance. Among these were hieroglyphic paintings that had belonged to Juan de Alva Ixtlilxochitl, a descendant of the rulers of Texcoco. Ixtlilxotchitl bequeathed these documents to Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora. The collection was confiscated by Viceroy Pedro Cebrián y Agustín at the time of Boturini's arrest in 1743. It was deposited in the office of the secretary of the viceroyalty. The documents were neglected there for years and suffered considerable pilferage. The subsequent viceroy, Juan Francisco de Güemes, 1st Count of Revillagigedo, granted the historian and antiquary Fernández de Echeverría y Veytia (Boturini's friend from Madrid) the paintings and documents he solicited for his own studies. On Fernández de Echeverría y Veytia's death, they passed to Antonio de León y Gama. He died in 1802, and the collection passed to his heirs. Shortly thereafter, 16 paintings were obtained by Alexander von Humboldt during his visit to Mexico in 1802-03. He published them in Vues des cordillères et monuments des peuples indigènes d'Amérique. The originals of these are now in the Berlin State Library. Part of the remainder of the collection may have passed to Father José Pichardo, an amateur antiquarian. Joseph Alexis Aubin, beginning in 1827 or shortly thereafter, obtained important parts of the collection from a variety of sources. He sold his collection to Eugène Goupil, who was of French and Mexican descent. This part of the collection passed by donation or purchase to the National Library in Paris, where it remains, under the name Aubin-Goupil Collection.George McClelland Foster, Jr born in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on October 9, 1913, died on May 18, 2006, at his home in the hills above the campus of the University of California, Berkeley, where he served as a professor from 1953 to his retirement in 1979, when he became professor emeritus. His contributions to anthropological theory and practice still challenge us; in more than 300 publications, his writings encompass a wide diversity of topics, including acculturation, long-term fieldwork, peasant economies, pottery making, public health, social structure, symbolic systems, technological change, theories of illness and wellness, humoral medicine in Latin America, and worldview. The quantity, quality, and long-term value of his scholarly work led to his election to the National Academy of Sciences in 1976. Virtually all of his major publications have been reprinted and/or translated. Provenance from the executor of Foster's library laid in.Condition:Lacks Foster's stamp or date of purchase. some damp stains to end papers, neat old marginalia in Spanish to back end paper, worm hole ant head and heal of spine going through spine, extremities bumped and rubbed, old owner's label to front paste down, 1" chip at back head hinge, and name to front end paper, scuffed else a good copy of a rare item.

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        Essai sur les Probabilités de la Durée de la Vie Humaine....

      Paris: H.L. Guerin & L.F. Delatour, 1746. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Essai sur les Probabilités de la Durée de la Vie Humaine; d'où l'on déduit la maniere de déterminer les Rentes viageres, tant simples qu'en Tontines: Précédé d'une courte Explication sur les Rentes à terme, ou Annuités... Paris: Guerin Bros., 1746. Finely engraved arms in vignette at head of dedication. 22 Tables in the text. vi, [2], 132, [32], i-xxii, [1] pp. [bound with]: IDEM. Addition a l'Essai sur les Probabilités de la Durée de la Vie humaine... avec quelques Listes ou Ordres de mortalité du genre humaine. Paris: H.L. Guerin & L.F. Delatour, 1760. [5], 5-32 pp., 1 folding table. [bound with]: (-). [Drop-title]: Objections faites à M. Deparceiux... sur son Livre des Probabilités de la durée de la vie humaine; avec les réponses à ces objections. 16 pp. Large 4to. [Paris: 1746]. Large 4to. (258 x 192 mm), contemporary mottled calf, spine nicely gilt, red morocco lettering piece to spine, marbled endpapers, red edges (top cover hinge cracked but tight, corners bumped). Interior bright, clean and unfoxed, first and last blanks present. A beautiful, wide margined copy in very good condition, the principal work printed on strong paper. Complete. ---Coquelin et Guillaumin, I, p. 550 ; Einaudi, 1529 ; Garrison-Morton, 1691.1, Smith, History of Mathematics, II, p. 530; D.S.B., IV, pp. 38-39. - One of the First Statistical Works of its Kind. First editions, complete with the exceedingly rare Addition published fourteen years later, and very pretty copies of this notable works in the history of statistics bound together. Deparcieux (1703-68), was a maker of sundials at Paris and the author of several other interesting mathematical works. "After long investigations of tontines, individual families, and religious communities, Deparcieux published his results in the famous Essai sur les probablités..., one of the first statistical works of its kind. It consists of treatises on annuities, mortality, and life annuities. Deparcieux showed a real progress in his theoretical explanation of the properties of the tables of mortality. His tables were for a long time the only ones on life expectancies in France, - "Deparcieux was the first to construct correct life tables." Smith, History of Mathematics, II, p. 530. Fine....

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        Instructions sur l'usage des lunettes ou conserves, pour toutes sortes de vues

      Paris, Cl. Lamesle, 1746. 1746, 1746, in-12, 130-[2] pages (dont les 9 premières pages, non chiffrées), veau tabac de l'époque, dos à nerfs et fleuronné, pièce de titre rouge, tranches dorées, Première édition, très rare. C'est l'un des rares traités anciens sur les lunettes. Il est le complément indispensable de l'autre ouvrage de Marc Thomin (1702-1752), marchand miroitier-Lunettier à Paris : "Traité d'optique méchanique" (1749). Très bel exemplaire. Traces de restauration à la reliure. Blake, 449 ; Waller I, 9558 ; Poggendorff II, 1097

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        Politique du médecin de Machiavel, ou Le chemin de la fortune ouvert aux médecins. Ouvrage réduit en forme de Conseils, par le Docteur Fum-Ho-Ham, & traduit sur l'Original Chinois, par un Nouveau Maître és Arts de St Cosme. Première partie. Qui contient les portraits des plus célèbres médecins de Pékin

      Genuine Original edition, which differs from that published the same year by the same publisher in its pagination (64pp. For ours against 96pp. For the other).Posterior half vellum, flat spine decorated with a red morocco long piece of handmade paper dishes. Chez les Frères Bernard à Amsterdam [Lyon] 1746 petit in-8 (12x18,5cm) xxviij ; 64pp. relié

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        Essai sur l'origine des connoissances humaines

      Chez Pierre Mortier. First Edition.Full Sheepskin vintage blonde. Back tooled raised. Tail wheels. Part of title in red morocco. A small loss in mind. 3 corners bumped with loss of leather. Light to work on the right margin of the first leaf becomes a simple hole to the whole work. Pretty good copy.The first book that stands the thought of Condillac relies heavily on the mentor of the author: Locke. Already Abbe Condillac rejects any spiritual cause and blames all idealist philosophies (Leibniz, Descartes ...), but it is not yet the leader Sensualism, it does assert that much later. His style is already clear, precise and logical, going straight to the point by inductions. Condillac throws in the first work bases and principles that underpin his thinking future.Ex-libris Maurice Privat. Etiquette Books Raymond Clavreuil. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Pierre Mortier à Amsterdam [Paris] 1746 in-8 (9,5x17cm) xxx, 265pp. ; (4) 292pp. 2 tomes reliés en un volume

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        Publii Virgilii Maronis Georgicorum libri quatuor. The Georgicks of Virgil, with an English translation and notes. By John Martyn, F. R. S. Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge

      London Printed by R. Reily, for T. Osborne, in Gray's-Inn MDCCXLVI. [1746] 8vo: [2],xvi,[2],487,4,[13]pp, with advertisement leaf preceding title page and nine copperplate engravings (three folding), comprising world map, celestial chart, map of the Peloponnesus, two plows on one sheet, compass rose and four botanicals, all about Fine with barest hint of toning. Latin text with Martyn's English translation and copious commentary on agriculture and botany. Full calf, covers with edge roll in blind, spine richly gilt (central lozenge and leaf corner tools ) in six compartments between raised bands, red morocco lettering piece gilt, title page in red and black. Very skillfully rebacked with original spine laid down, pages clean and bright. Provenance: copper-engraved armorial bookplate to front paste down, with motto from Terence ("nihil humani a me alienum puto") and name defaced' owner's name (Frank W. Bush) in old ink to front fly leaf. A splendid copy. Rothschild 1392 and Gibson's Library, p. 278 (for first edition). Moss II, p. 724. ESTC Citation No. T67045. Near Fine The Second Edition. In addition to his accomplishments as a botanist, John Martyn was a keen Latinist with a strong classical education, those two passions that merged in his later years, which he devoted to producing an edition of Virgil, with a translation and natural history notes. His first edition of the Georgicks appeared in 1741, one year before the copy on offer here, and the Bucolicks in 1749, but of the Aeneids he left only fragmentary material, which was seen into print only after his death. (ODNB).

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        Planiglobii Terrestris Mappa Universalis Utrumq Hemisphaerium Orient et Occidentale repraesentans... Mappe - Monde qui represente les deux Hemispheres savoir celui de l'Orient et celui de l'Occident tiree des quatre Cartes generales de ... Hasius.

      Nuremberg: Homann Heirs. 1746. Copper plate engraved map with original hand color, neatline 17 1/2 x 20 3/4 inches on sheet 21 1/2 x 25 inches, centrefold as issued. Areas of discoloration in the left hemisphere of the map to the right of North and South America and along upper centrefold (these look considerably worse on the digital image than they actually are); 1/4 inch lightly abraded spot in unprinted area at lower right, and to verso along centrefold where binding tab was attached; light discoloration in upper margin. Large double hemisphere map with four small polar spheres by M.J.M. Lowitz after Hasius. The eastern seaboard of Australia is completely uncharted (with the southern coast only of "Tera Diemen"), as is the northern coast of America.

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        Myologie complette en couleur et grandeur naturelle, composée de l'essai et de la suite de l'essai d'anatomie, en tableaux imprimés....

      Paris: Gautier, Quillau pere & fils, and Lamesle, 1746. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Elephant Folio - over 15 - 23" tall. Large folio (517 x 361 mm and 758 x 539 mm). Two parts in two volumes with 20 fine mezzotint plates printed in four colours. Part I with general title printed in red and black, printed part title, dedication leaf, advertisement/privilege leaf, 9 pp. of explanatory text, additional advertisment leaf and 9 plates; part II with 11 life-size plates and 11 pp. of explanatory text, with each leaf bound before its corresponding plate. Old vellum over pasteboard (recased and resewn, some skilful repairs, minor staining and wear). Very little marginal browning and occasional spotting of text and plates, small minor repairs on versos of large plates, some minor marginal dampstaining and wear in second volume. Provenance: Pierre Amalric (bookplate to front pastedown of part I), sold at Christie's NY (sale 9232, 9 June 1999, lot 42, $23,000). All in all a fine copy, the plates in bright colours and without the aging varnish found in some copies. ----Choulant-Frank, p. 270-74; NLM/Blake p.169; Singer 1-20; Wellcome III, p. 97; Franklin, Early Color Printing, 1977, pp. 43-44; Garrison-Morton 398; Lilien, Jacob Christoph Le Blon, 1985, pp. 145-46. FIRST EDITION. Gautier's first project was the production of 8 prints of the face, neck, head, tongue and larynx, which he issued in 1745, followed one year later by a second group of 12 mostly larger prints showing muscles of the pharynx, torso, arms and legs. A year later he issued the two works together under the general title 'Myologie complette'. Gautier made the drawings and the mezzotint plates for all these images from cadavers dissected by Joseph Guichard Duverney, lecturer in anatomy at the Jardin du Roi. "The dedication and copyright notices make no bones about Gautier's claims as inventor and skilled practitioner in this new art of colour printing. Duverney, the academic partner, signs the dedication (to Lapeyronie, the king's doctor) asserting that colour printing can nowhere make a greater contribution to scientific understanding than in anatomy" (Franklin). Among the plates in part II is the fascinating 'Ange Anatomique,' "the muscles of her back stripped out like an angel's wing, while she, with hair arranged neatly in the style of her day, looks back over her shoulder in a spirit of calm enquiry, showing the healthy complexion of an attractive face" (Franklin). Jacques Christophe Le Blon invented the three-color method of color printing in mezzotint. For the printing process, he obtained a royal patent in England from King George I in 1719, and also published a small book describing the process in 1725. His attempt to commercialise his process through a company called The Picture Office failed, and he eventually re-established himself in Paris, obtaining a privilege in 1737, and in 1739 a twenty-year patent for France for the use of his color-printing process. In 1740, Le Blon advertised that he was taking subscriptions for a treatise on anatomy illustrated with 60 plates printed in color. However, before he could do much work on this project he died in 1741, leaving only one anatomical plate, which was completed and published by Jean Robert in 1742. Immediately after Le Blon's death, a printer and engraver who had worked briefly for Le Blon, Jacques-Fabien Gautier (1716-1785), who would later add "d'Agoty" to his name, claimed to have enhanced Le Blon's process by adding black (though Le Blon had previously used a black plate on occasion), and obtained the French royal privilege for color printing for thirty years. However, the heirs of Le Blon objected, and in 1742 the King withdrew Gautier's privilege. In 1742 Gautier purchased the privilege from Le Blon's heirs. Why Le Blon thought the color-printing process was appropriate for anatomy is unclear. Perhaps he sensed that there was a market for a new style of books on human anatomy. Whatever Le Blon's motivation, when Gautier set out to commercialize color printing after Le Blon's death he decided to exploit the market for books on anatomy and natural history. Over the next thirty years Gautier would draw, engrave, and print in color a series of books which were as radically original and dramatic in their size and artistic composition as they were original in their manner of production. Though all of Gautier's books contained some explanatory text, it was overwhelmed by the power of the images, and in turn, whatever science might have been shown in the images was overwhelmed by the drama of the color and the composition. (Lilien). *Gautier intended the varnished versions of his images, which he offered at an additional charge, to resemble oil paintings - an artistic quality not attempted previously in anatomical illustration. The varnish, however, ages poorly, and those deluxe copies are now often in poor condition. Unvarnished plates in bright state, as here, are now more desirable. This copy is also unusual in that the life-size plates 10-20 normally found folded are here bound with their smaller format text leaves in a second larger volume. This has the advantage that the folds are not within the image. Near Fine....

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        Traité du castor, dans lequel on explique la nature, les propriétés et l'usage médico-chymique du castoreum dans la médecine. Augmenté des observations de cet auteur & de plusieurs autres médecins célébres, de l'histoire des maladies dont on n'avoit point encore parlé, et d'un grand nombre de découvertes / par Jean Francus. Traduit par M. Eidous.

      Paris, Durand, 1746. - LX, 280 Seiten, 2 Blätter, IV, mit 3 (davon 1 gefaltet) Kupfertafeln, kl. 8to (ca. 17,8x10,6 cm), neuer Halbpergamenteinband mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Wellcome IV, 56. - Blake 288. - Vgl. Zachert/Zeidler III, 1075 (lat. EA). Erste französische Ausgabe, erstmals 1685 in lateinischer Sprache erschienen. - Seltene Schrift über das Drüsensekret Castoreum, auch Bibergeil genannt, das aus den Drüsensäcken des Bibers gewonnen wird und bis ins 19. Jahrhundert als Heilmittel gegen Krämpfe, hysterische Anfälle und Nervosität verwendet wurde. U.a. mit einer hübschen Kupferstichdarstellung eines Bibers. Vereinzelt etwas fleckig. In einem geschmackvollem neuem Halbpergamenteinband. Aus der Bibliotheca Tiliana (mit Exlibris auf dem Innendeckel und Exlibrisstempel auf dem Titelblatt verso sowie auf einer Tafel). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Dritter Theil einer ausführlichen Anleitung zur Bürgerlichen Bau-Kunst. Worin von richtiger Kennung, genauer Einsicht, leichter Zeichnung, und endlich von sicherer Anwendung der Säulen-Ordnungen, und ihren Bey-Stücken, gehandelt wird. Welches alles auf alte Architectonische Monumenta gegründet, und aus der bewerthesten Schrifftsteller Entwürffen mit besonderm Fleiß und Mühe ausgezogen, und in Eins gebracht; Auch mit vielen Vortheilen, so wohl wegen Zeichnung, als Ausarbeitung des Säulenwercks versehen

      Augsburg, Johann Andreas Pfeffel, 1746 - [gestochenes Porträtfrontispiz 7 nn Bll.] 112 S. [5nn Bll.] und 51 gefaltete Kupferstichtafeln. Außergewöhnllich aufwendig und sorgsam gearbeiteter Dorfner dos-à-dos Einband in bestem Erhalt. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1200 Folio Doppelter Halblederband über 4 Bünden in dos-à-dos Bindung mit handgemachtem Buntpapierbezug signiert "Werkstatt Prof. Dorfner Weimar"

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        Definições, e estatutos dos Cavalleiros, e Freires da Ordem de Nosso Senhor Jesus Christo, com a historia da origem, e principio della . . . .

      Lisbon, Officina de Miguel Manescal da Costa, 1746. - Folio, contemporary sprinkled calf, spined with raised bands in 6 compartments, red lettering piece ("EST DA ORD DE C"), gilt ornaments and bands (scuffed and worn, minor worming at foot of spine, joints starting). Title in red and black; 4 leaves with full-page woodcuts (showing insignia of the Order) printed in red. Minor worming in a few leaves, touching a few letters and catchwords. (34 ll.), 194 pp., (1 l. license). *** The fourth, and apparently final, edition of a work first published in 1628. The history of the important and powerful Order of Christ is closely bound up with the history of Portugal, and Portugal owes a great many of her splendid accomplishments and discoveries to the Order. Founded in 1319 to replace the extinct Order of Templars, the Order of Christ quickly became instrumental in furthering Portugese explorations and in administering overseas territories. Early in the fifteenth century, when the Order of Christ was the richest of the military orders, its Master was Prince Henry the Navigator. In 1523 the mastership was conferred upon D. João III, uniting the Order with the Crown. After 1789 the Order was secularized, with the provision that its members be of the Roman Catholic faith.Included in the prologue are papal bulls regarding the establishment of the Order, its union with the Crown, and so on. The rest of the work is divided into four parts: a history of the creation of the Order; the duties and obligations of the masters and brothers; explanations of the habits, badges, insignia, privileges, rights and ecclesiastical jurisdiction; and a list of @comendas.*** Innocêncio II, 132. Pinto de Mattos (1970) p. 241. Ameal 778. Avila-Perez 2263. Souza da Camara 1000. NUC: DLC, WU, MH, InU, TxU. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        GOYA 1746-1828. Biography, Analytical Study and Catalogue of his Paintigs

      1746. 4 voll ril. in sky con sovr., cm 29x25, Vol. I: Text, pp 414; Voll. II, III, IV: 1295 tavv prevalentem. b/n. Ottimo esempl.

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        The Bustard Cock [and] The Hen Bustard ... [Pair of ornithological watercolours signed, depicting a male and female Great Bustard]

      London, 1746. Watercolour and gouache on laid paper, signed and dated within the images and with pen-and-ink inscriptions concerning the sizes of the birds. Sheet sizes: approx. 16 3/4 x 13 3/8 inches. Matted. A lovely pair of original watercolours by George Edwards."Through the influence of Sir Hans Sloane, [Edwards] was chosen Librarian to the Royal College of Physicians ... Almost immediately after he was appointed ... Edwards commenced the preparation of a series of coloured drawings of animals and birds, used later to illustrate [his Natural History of Uncommon Birds]; for these he was awarded the Gold Medal of the Royal Society and subsequently elected a Fellow" (Lisney p.127).Edwards' would use these images within his Natural History of Uncommon Birds (part II, plates 73 and 74), with the background of Stonehenge as depicted on the present male Bustard as the background of the Hen Bustard. His description of the Hen Bustard makes special note of the difference in size between the male and female, and corresponds to the manuscript notations on the present watercolours. The watercolours were both drawn "from life" from specimens purchased in London in May 1746, "presented to me fresh and in fine order by Mr. Daniel Gwilt." The Great Bustard would become extinct in Great Britain in the 19th century. In 1760, Edwards sold his portfolio of watercolours used to illustrate his work, presumably including the present pair, to the Earl of Bute.Edwards "has been well described as an unscientific but very accurate describer and painter of animal life, and his writings will always remain of paramount authority, from the faithfulness of his description of many new birds, subsequently incorporated in the Linnaean System. He had, says Swainson, the simplicity and piety of Izaac Walton, and may be looked upon as one of our greatest worthies. He retired about 1764 to Plaistow, died July 23, 1773" (Mullens and Swann p.194).

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        Neu-vermehrter Curieuser Antiquarius, das ist: Allerhand auserlesene geographische und historische Merckwürdigkeiten, so in denen Europäischen Ländern zu finden; Aus berühmter Männer Reisen zusammen getragen, und mit einem zweyfachen Register versehen. 8. verm. und verb. Auflage. [Und:] Fortsetzung des curieusen Antiquarii, das ist allerhand auserlesene Geographische und Historische Merckwürdigkeiten, so in Asia, Afrika und America zu finden etc. (2 Tle. in 1 Bd.).

      Hamburg, Joh. Christian Herold 1746 u. 1742. - Nicht bei Sabin. Beliebte, immer wieder aufgelegte Sammlung von Reisebeschreibungen basierend auf verschiedenen Quellen. Enthält Abschnitte über Orte, Monumente, Naturphänomene, Tierwelt und Völkerkunde in zahlreichen europäischen Ländern, Asien, Afrika und Amerika. Mit einem umfassenden alphabetischem und geographischem Register. - Paul Ludolph Berckenmeyer (1667-1732) war Ober-Küster in St. Petri (Hamburg). (Zedler Supl.3, 742). - Mit Abbildungen vom Heringsfang, sibirischen Jägern, einer Karavanne, Perlenfang, Elefantenfang, das Trinken von Rinderblut bei den Hottentotten etc. - DIESES OBJEKT UNTERLIEGT DER DIFFERENZBESTEUERUNG. Kl.-8°. Titelbl. (rot- u. schwarzgedr.), 4 n. num Bll. (Vorrede), 978 S., 43 nn. Bll. (Register) u. Titelbl. (rot- u. schwarzgedr.), 4 n. num Bll. (Vorr.), 384 S., 30 nn. Bll. (Register). Mit 2 gest. Frontispizes und zus. 28 (dav. 23 gefalt.) [v. 30] Tafeln u. 1 ganzs. Holzschnitt-Abb. im Text. Marmor. Lederbd. der Zeit auf 4 Bünden m. Titel (auf mont. Papierschi.) u. Verz. in Goldpräg auf Rücken, Kleisterpapier-Deckelbezügen u. umseit. Sprengschnitt. Goldauflage tlw. abgelöst, Wurmgang am ob. Kapital, Ecken bestoßen, Deckel etw. berieben, Schnitt fleckig, Vorsätze beschrieben (m. Bleistift), ersten Ss. wasserrd., im Text tlw. gebräunt aber noch sehr frisch u. kaum abgegriffen.

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        Kupferstich - Karte, n. Hase b. Homann Erben, "Dvcatvs Silesiae Tabvla Altera Svperiorem Silesiam".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, dat. 1746, erschienen 1752, 40 x 56,5 Stopp/Langel, S. 65, Gg 22; Lindner, . schles. Karten, Nr. 85. - Mit Kopftitel "La Haute Silesie, .", rechts oben Titelkartusche, eingefaßt von Wappen.

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        Planiglobii Terrestris Mappa Universalis Utrumq Hemisphaerium Orient et Occidentale repraesentans Ex IV. Mappis generalibus, Hasianis composita et adjectis ceteris hemisphaeriis designata a G. M. Lowizio Excudentibus Homan Heredibus. Mappe-Monde qui represente les deux Hemispheres savoir celui de l'Orient et celui de l' Occident tirée des quatre Cartes generales de Seu M. le Prosess. Hasius, dressée par M. G.M. Lowitz, et publiée par les Heritïers de Homann.

      Nürnberg, Homanns 1746 - Plattengrösse: 47,5x 56,7 cm. Blattgrösse: 54,5x63,6 cm. Kolor. gestoch. Weltkarte, gefaltet. Weltkarte in 2 Hemisphären-Teilen, mit einer Kartouche oben links mit lateinischem Text und oben rechts mit französischem Text . - (Etwas wellig und fingerfleckig. Unterer Rand mit Wasserlfeck und kleinen Einrissen. Die linke Hälfte im Rand hinterlegt).

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        PREVOST D'EXILES .HISTOIRE GENERALE DES VOYAGES.9 VOLUMES IN 4° PARIS 1746.1752

      DIDOT 1746 - PREVOST D'EXILES : HISTOIRE GENERALE DES VOYAGES OU NOUVELLE COLLECTION DE TOUTES LES RELATIONS DE VOYAGES PAR MER ET PAR TERRE QUI ONT ETE PUBLIEES JUSQU'A PRESENT DANS LES DIFFERENTES LANGUES DE TOUTES LES NATIONS CONNUES. PARIS (DIDOT) 1746 - 1752 10 VOL. SUR 20 - I à IX et XVI - IN-4° (260 X 200 MM) - RELIES PLEIN VEAU EPOQUE MOUCHETE, DOS ORNE A 5 NERFS - PIECES DE TITRE VERT ET DE TOMAISON ROUGE - TR. MARBREES. TITRES IMPRIMES EN ROUGE ET NOIR. BELLE SERIE EN BON ETAT SANS ROUSSEURS ET MOUILLURES. TOME I : IX-XVII-XV- 567PPS-3FF- ILLUSTRE DE 24 PL. DONT 11 CARTES DEPL. TOME II : VIII-653PPS-1FF- 24 PL. ET CARTES NOMBREUSES DEPL. - 3PL. DEPL. TOME III : 11FF-638PPS-1FF- 26 PL. DONT 3 CARTES DEPL. - 1 PL. DEPL. TOME IV : 648PPS-53 PL. H.T. DONT 7 CARTES DEPL. ET 13 PL. DEPL. TOME V : 11FF-564PPS-1FF-63 PL. H.RT. DONT 11 CARTES DEPL ET DOUBLE-PAGE -17 PL. DEPL. TOME VI : XFF-608PPS-45 PL. H.T. DONT 8 CARTES ET 8 PL. DEPL. TOME VII : 624PPS-1FF-25 PL. DONT 8 CARTES DEPL. TOME VIII : 4FF-650PPS-1FF-26 PL. DONT 9 CARTES DEPL ET 6 PL. DEPL. TOME IX : 3FF-646PPS-1FF-26 PL. DONT 3 CARTES DEPL. ET 4 PL. DEPL. EN TOUT 312 PLANCHES HORS-TEXTE DONT 59 CARTES DOUBLES OU DEPLIANTES. TOME XVI : INDEX GENERAL 560PPS. TOMES I A IV COMPRENNENT LES VOYAGES DES ANGLAIS ET DES PORTUGAIS EN AFRIQUE ET EN INDES ORIENTALES. TOMES V A VII : AFRIQUE, CHINE, COREE, TARTARIE ET COREE TOMES VIII A IX : VOYAGE DES HOLLANDAIS ET FRANCAIS AUX INDES ORIENTALES. TRES BELLE SERIE, ACCIDENTS MINEURS. FIRST EDITION THE NINE FIRST VOLUMES. IN-4° (260 X 200 mm) - ENGRAVED FRONTISPICE PORTRAIT - TITLE PRINTED IN RED AND BLACK - FULL CONTEMPORARY MOTTLED CALF - 312 PLATES OF WHICH 59 FOLDING MAPS AND 55 FOLDING PLATES - GILT BACK GREEN AND RED MOROCCO LABELS. NO FOXING OR WATER STAINS. VERY NICE SET. A SIGNIFICANT COLLECTION FULL ACCOUNTS ARE GIVEN OF THE DUTCH AND FRENC VOYAGES TO THE INDIES, VOYAGES TO CHINA AND THE BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY, VOYAGES TO INDIA AND CEYLAN. PARIS (DIDOT) 1746 - 1752 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        GAUTIER D'AGOTY (Jacques-Fabien). Représentation des extrémités supérieures

      72 x 55 cm Paris, Gautier, Quillau et Lamesle, 1746, , 72 x 55 cm, 1 planche gravée sur cuivre et imprimée en quadrichromie, Planche 17 extraite de l'ouvrage Suite de l'essai d'anatomie en tableaux imprimés représentant au naturel tous les muscles du pharinx, du tronc et des extrémités supérieures et inférieures [...] par M. Duverney [...] comprenant 12 grandes planches par le Sieur Gautier [...] - Myologie complète en couleur et grandeur naturelle, composée de l'essai et de la suite de l'essai d'anatomie, en tableaux imprimés, par M. Gautier d'Agoty, père (1716-1785) de l'Académie des Sciences des Belles Lettres de Dijon et Pensionnaire de Sa Majesté. Estampe en couleur gravée d'une façon régulière et fine, en manière noire en quatre plaques. Sur le bord droit, il est inscrit : "Planche 17 Démontrée par Duverney, Peinte et gravée Par J. Gautier". "La Myologie reste sans conteste le chef-d'oeuvre de Gautier, le livre auquel il accorde le plus de soin, tant dans l'invention de ses images que dans le traitement de la technique" (Anatomie de la couleur, BNF, 1996, p. 113). Très bon état. Papier ciré.

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        Traité du Castor, dans lequel on explique la nature, les propriétés & l'usage Médico-Chymique du Castoreum dans la médecineÉ Augmenté des observations de cet Auteur, & de plusieurs autres Médecins célèbres, de l'Histoire des Maladies dont on n'avoit point

      (2), LX, 280, (3), (1bl) Paris, David, 1746, in-12, (2), LX, 280, (3), (1bl), IVpp, 3pl, veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné de motifs dorés, encadrement d'un filet à froid sur les plats, tranches rouges. (Rel. de l'ép.), PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE, très rare, de cet ouvrage qui fut imprimé à Augsburg pour la première fois en 1685. 4 figures gravées sur cuivre, imprimées sur 3 feuillets dépliants. Johan Mayer (fin XVIe-1644), plus connu sous le nom latinisé de Marius, étudia la médecine en Allemagne sous Scultetus. Il la pratiqua ensuite à Ulm, puis à Augsburg où il se fixa. Il laisssa de nombreux manuscrits dont celui du castor que Johan Francus publia en y ajoutant un commentaire très étendu. Déjà, à la fin du XIXe siècle, Michaud (XXVI, p. 688) jugeait cet ouvrage fort rare. Marius y donnait la recette de son "huile de castor" (castoreum), substance qu'il annonçait comme remède universel. Il est vrai que cette substance resta longtemps active dans la pharmacopée; Moyse Charas sur le frontispice de sa "Thériaque" (1668) a fait représenter le castor à côté des vipères. Des subtances tirées de ces deux animaux entraient dans la composition de la panacée universelle. Mouillure très claire dans la marge supérieure des premiers feuillets. Bon exemplaire en dépit d'un léger accroc à la coiffe supérieure

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        Vida do Apostolico Padre Antonio Vieyra da Companhia de Jesus, chamado por antonomasia O Grande: Acclamado no Mundo por Principe dos Oradores Evangelicos, Prégador Incomparavel dos Augustissimos Reys de Portugal, Varaõ esclarecido em Virtudes, e Letras Divinas, e Humanas; Restaurador das Missões do Maranhaõ e Pará

      Lisbon: Officina Sylviana, 1746. Recent calf in the style of the period.. Small stain on p. 29/30, traces of worming in inner margin of prelim. ff., and slight traces of marginal worming in 202 ff. Short tear repaired in pp. 429/430 & 557/558.. First edition of still the best biography of this controversial figure (Griffin, Latin America: a guide to the historical literature, 3329). A near contemporary of Vieira, Barros gives valuable and important information about the Jesuits missionary work and the Indian tribes contacted by them. Borba de Moraes (1983) I, 83. Sabin 3645. Bosch, Brasilien-Bibliothek, 190. Streit III, 1258. De Backer-Sommervogel I, 927, no. 7. Serafim Leite IX, 357, "edição esmerada." Alden & Landis 746/19. Rich [1746], 12. Soares, História da Gravura Artística em Portugal, 521 & 522. Gauz, Portuguese and Brazilian Books in the John Carter Brown Library 1537-1839, 746/1. Innocêncio I, 59.

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        A Brief Account of the Life and Family of Miss Jenny Cameron, the Reputed Mistress of the Pretender's Eldest Son

      printed by T Gardner 1746 (second edition) - containing many very singular incidents, modern quarter-leather over cloth, family crest upper cover, decorated, advertisement leaf, very good; a fictional account of the life of "Bonnie Jean Cameron" of Glendessary who raised a force of 300 men from the Cameron Clan to join the Young Pretender in July 1745; same year as the first edition; 63 pages [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        18th Century Printed and Manuscript Prussian Passport for the Jew Abraham Salomon

      Nauen: Major of Nauen, 1746. Original document. Broadside. vg. Folio (12 1/2" x 8"). Rare printed one page document in Gothic script issued at Nauen by "Königl. Preuß. und Churf. Brandenburgis. zur gedachten Stadt verordnete Bürgermeister und Rathmanne, signed "Schencke" on 28th of July, 1746," and sealed with red wax. Protected by modern mylar in portfolio with clear plastic cover and black backing, stitched black leather frames with decorative bass corners.The printed part of the document attests that the bearer of this passport is not known to have been at any infected or suspicious location nor has been in contact with infected or suspicious people, and furthermore has applied for this passport and certification. Permission to travel in a safe and unimpeded fashion is herewith granted.Completed in handwriting for the Jew (Juden) Abraham Salomon and his son Marcus granting permission to travel from Nauen via Brandenburg to Halberstadt and Frankfurt/Main. Further handwritten entries on the reverse of the document show Salomon being in Frankfurt/Main on September 27, 1746, and in Berlin on August 28th, 1748.Atrocities of Chmielnicki (1648, in the Ukrainian part of southeastern Poland) and his Cossacks in the 17th Century drove Polish Jews back into western Germany. Prussia readmitted them in 1671 and this trend accelerated throughout the 18th century as other parts of Germany began to follow suit. In 1730 special letters of protection were granted to David Hirsch in Potsdam (province of Brandenburg) and soon to other Jewish manufacturers.An Abraham Salomon is mentioned in Corpus Constitutionum Marchicarum, part v, p. 167, Brandenburg 1740, and in Novum Corpus Constitutionum Prussico-Brandenburgensium praecipue Marchicarum, vol. 5, p. 537; a 1773 list of Jews contains the name Abraham Salomon. Text in German. Very light wear along edges and tear in middle fold of bottom half of document. Some staining and light foxing, mainly on lower right corner of verso. Remnants of wax seal on front, miniscule on verso. Overall in very good condition.

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        Nachrichten von Island, Grönland und der Straße Davis, zum wahren Nutzen der Wissenschaften und der Handlung. Nebst einem Vorberichte von den Lebensumständen des Herrn Verfassers. Hamburg, Grund, 1746. 15 Bll., 328 S., 3 Bll., 1 w. Bl. (Register, Druckfehler). Mit 1 gestoch. Frontispiz, 1 gestoch., mehrf. gefalt. Karte u. 4 (1 gefalt.) Kupfertaf. Schöner Hldr. d. Zt. mit RVerg. und 2 goldgepr. RSch. (leicht berieben).

      1746 - Kayser, Hamb. Bücher 71; Schröder I, 92,3; Sabin 1405; Fiske 10 (Nachdruck 1747).- Erste Ausgabe.- Behandelt ausführlich Fauna, Flora und Topographie, besonders Fisch- und Walfang. Die Tafeln zeigen Vögel, Wale und Kajaks.- Anderson (1674-1743) war ab 1723 Hamburger Bürgermeister, nachdem er sich vorher auf vielen Reisen gebildet hatte. Diese aus seinem Nachlass herausgegebene Beschreibung basiert jedoch nicht auf eigenen Erfahrungen, sondern auf literarischen Überlieferungen sowie auf Mitteilungen von Schiffern und Kaufleuten. Enthält ferner auch den Bericht über die zwischen Grönland und AMerika verlaufende Davis-Straße sowie einen Anhang über Eskimo-Sprache.- Innendeckel mit neuem Papierbezug, Karte mit hinterlegtem Einriss, kleinen Randläsuren und am Falz etwas gebräunt. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Voyage en Grece, fait dans les annes 1803 et 1804 par J.L.S. Bartholdy

      Artist: Tardieu Jean Baptiste ( - 1816 ) ; issued in: ; date: 1807 1746 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size in cm : 40 x 48,5 - Vita of the artist: Ambroise Tardieu ( 1788 - 1841 in Paris) was an eminent French cartographer and engraver, and is celebrated for his version of John Arrowsmith's 1806 map of the United States. Tardieu's son, Auguste Ambroise Tardieu (1818-1879), was also an artist and a famous forensic medical scholar, who supplied the illustrations for Dr. Pierre François Olive Rayer's three-volume Traité des maladies des reins (1839-41), a treatise on diseases of the kidneys.

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        Simon Zellers ersten Geburtshelfers und Oberwundarztes am vereinigten allgemeinen Gebähr= und Krankenhause in Wien Bemerkungen über einige Gegenstände aus der pracktischen Entbindungskunst. Nebst der Beschreibung des allgemeinen Gebährhauses. Mit Kupfern.

      1. Auflage. 8 (19,5 x 12,5 cm). XLV, (3), 108 S., mit gestochener Titelvignette, 1 gestochene Abbildung, 2 mehrfach gefaltete Bl. mit 3 Figuren. Lederband der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückenornamenten. Zeller von Zellenberg, Simon *1746-1816* (ADB Band 45, S. 33/34). - Einband vor allem am Rücken stärker berieben. Stellenweise leicht stockfleckig. S. 25/26 fehleingebunden (S. 26 kommt zuerst). Tafel 2 am rechten Rand beschädigt, geknittert und gebräunt (nicht bis in die Abbildungen hinein!). Sonst sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        Lillywhite/MCC Cricket Scores & Biographies Full Set I to XV

      I am selling some of my non Wisdens, Here we have : Frederick Lillywhite's Cricket Scores and Biographies - Full set. Volume I to XV. The book are in Good condition, including the huge ones at the end. The first 4 of the run have been rebound in red similar to the rest of the set (they are in greenish boards originally) the rest are in their original form, Vlum XIV is very hard fo find an retails at ?750 this one has the dark page on the right missing but other wise original and holding its binding well for such a massive book. Vol 12 and 13 may have been rebacked as the bindings have a design not the black page. Some boards have some wear and some binding a tiny bit loose but a great chance to own a set of Scores and Biographies covering cricket from 1746 to 1878

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        Gesamtansicht, i. Vgr. 2 Allegorien, links Dardanus, rechts Daedalus.

      - Kupferstich aus Schauplatz d. 93 Städte, 1746, 12,4 x 15,5 Sehr seltene Ausgabe b. Deer in Leipzig. Die Ansicht plattengleich mit dem reisenden Chineser, jedoch mit neuer Paginierung ( oben rechts Nr. 27)

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        Eröffnete Jäger-Practica, Oder der wohlgeübte und erfahrne Jäger, darinnen eine vollständige Anweisung zur gantzen Hohen und Niedern Jagd-Wissenschafft . In drei Theilen.

      Johannes Samuel Heinsius, Leipzig 1746. 1. Auflage (!), 17 Blatt, 142 Seiten - 258 S. - 240 S., 34 Blatt (Register) mit 21 meist doppelblattgroßen Kupfertafeln, Folio (H 35 x B 22 cm), Halbpergament der Zeit, Einband leicht berieben und bestoßen, oberes Kapital mit Fehlstelle, alter Besitzvermerk und neuer Namensstempel auf den Vorsätzen, ein Vorsatz mit leichten Bleistiftkritzeleien, Titel in rot und schwarz mit einem 17 cm langem Einriss, innen vereinzelt mit Marginalien von alter Hand, Papier und Textspiegel zuweilen gebräunt oder leicht braun- oder stockfleckig,´wenige Tafeln leicht angerändert, eine Tafel mit hinterlegtem Einriss, insgesamt gutes und vollständiges Exemplar mit sauberen Tafeln, Vollständig mit Vorrede des Reichs-Freiherrn von Wolff, Inhaltverzeichnis und Register. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Jagd, Jagdfachbuch, Erstausgaben, Vogelfang, Fangjagd, Forstwirtschaft, Fischerei

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        Lillywhite/MCC Cricket Scores & Biographies Full Set I to XV

      I am selling some of my non Wisdens, Here we have : Frederick Lillywhite's Cricket Scores and Biographies - Full set. Volume I to XV. The book are in Good condition, including the huge ones at the end. The first 4 of the run have been rebound in red similar to the rest of the set (they are in greenish boards originally) the rest are in their original form, Vlum XIV is very hard fo find an retails at œ750 this one has the dark page on the right missing but other wise original and holding its binding well for such a massive book. Vol 12 and 13 may have been rebacked as the bindings have a design not the black page. Some boards have some wear and some binding a tiny bit loose but a great chance to own a set of Scores and Biographies covering cricket from 1746 to 1878

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        Myologie complette en couleur et grandeur naturelle, composée de l'essai et de la suite de l'essai d'anatomie, en tableaux imprimés....

      Paris: Gautier, Quillau pere & fils, and Lamesle, 1746. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Elephant Folio - over 15 - 23" tall. Large folio (517 x 361 mm and 758 x 539 mm). Two parts in two volumes with 20 fine mezzotint plates printed in four colours. Part I with general title printed in red and black, printed part title, dedication leaf, advertisement/privilege leaf, 9 pp. of explanatory text, additional advertisment leaf and 9 plates; part II with 11 life-size plates and 11 pp. of explanatory text, with each leaf bound before its corresponding plate. Old vellum over pasteboard (recased and resewn, some skilful repairs, minor staining and wear). Very little marginal browning and occasional spotting of text and plates, small minor repairs on versos of large plates, some minor marginal dampstaining and wear in second volume. Provenance: Pierre Amalric (bookplate to front pastedown of part I), sold at Christie's NY (sale 9232, 9 June 1999, lot 42, $23,000). All in all a fine copy, the plates in bright colours and without the aging varnish found in some copies. ----Choulant-Frank, p. 270-74; NLM/Blake p.169; Singer 1-20; Wellcome III, p. 97; Franklin, Early Color Printing, 1977, pp. 43-44; Garrison-Morton 398; Lilien, Jacob Christoph Le Blon, 1985, pp. 145-46. FIRST EDITION. Gautier's first project was the production of 8 prints of the face, neck, head, tongue and larynx, which he issued in 1745, followed one year later by a second group of 12 mostly larger prints showing muscles of the pharynx, torso, arms and legs. A year later he issued the two works together under the general title 'Myologie complette'. Gautier made the drawings and the mezzotint plates for all these images from cadavers dissected by Joseph Guichard Duverney, lecturer in anatomy at the Jardin du Roi. "The dedication and copyright notices make no bones about Gautier's claims as inventor and skilled practitioner in this new art of colour printing. Duverney, the academic partner, signs the dedication (to Lapeyronie, the king's doctor) asserting that colour printing can nowhere make a greater contribution to scientific understanding than in anatomy" (Franklin). Among the plates in part II is the fascinating 'Ange Anatomique,' "the muscles of her back stripped out like an angel's wing, while she, with hair arranged neatly in the style of her day, looks back over her shoulder in a spirit of calm enquiry, showing the healthy complexion of an attractive face" (Franklin). Jacques Christophe Le Blon invented the three-color method of color printing in mezzotint. For the printing process, he obtained a royal patent in England from King George I in 1719, and also published a small book describing the process in 1725. His attempt to commercialise his process through a company called The Picture Office failed, and he eventually re-established himself in Paris, obtaining a privilege in 1737, and in 1739 a twenty-year patent for France for the use of his color-printing process. In 1740, Le Blon advertised that he was taking subscriptions for a treatise on anatomy illustrated with 60 plates printed in color. However, before he could do much work on this project he died in 1741, leaving only one anatomical plate, which was completed and published by Jean Robert in 1742. Immediately after Le Blon's death, a printer and engraver who had worked briefly for Le Blon, Jacques-Fabien Gautier (1716-1785), who would later add "d'Agoty" to his name, claimed to have enhanced Le Blon's process by adding black (though Le Blon had previously used a black plate on occasion), and obtained the French royal privilege for color printing for thirty years. However, the heirs of Le Blon objected, and in 1742 the King withdrew Gautier's privilege. In 1742 Gautier purchased the privilege from Le Blon's heirs. Why Le Blon thought the color-printing process was appropriate for anatomy is unclear. Perhaps he sensed that there was a market for a new style of books on human anatomy. Whatever Le Blon's motivation, when Gautier set out to commercialize color printing after Le Blon's death he decided to exploit the market for books on anatomy and natural history. Over the next thirty years Gautier would draw, engrave, and print in color a series of books which were as radically original and dramatic in their size and artistic composition as they were original in their manner of production. Though all of Gautier's books contained some explanatory text, it was overwhelmed by the power of the images, and in turn, whatever science might have been shown in the images was overwhelmed by the drama of the color and the composition. (Lilien). *Gautier intended the varnished versions of his images, which he offered at an additional charge, to resemble oil paintings - an artistic quality not attempted previously in anatomical illustration. The varnish, however, ages poorly, and those deluxe copies are now often in poor condition. Unvarnished plates in bright state, as here, are now more desirable. This copy is also unusual in that the life-size plates 10-20 normally found folded are here bound with their smaller format text leaves in a second larger volume. This has the advantage that the folds are not within the image. Near Fine....

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        Myologie complette en couleur et grandeur naturelle, composée de l'essai et de la suite de l'essai d'anatomie, en tableaux imprimés.

      Gautier, Quillau pere & fils, and Lamesle, Paris 1746 - Large folio (517 x 361 mm and 758 x 539 mm). Two parts in two volumes with 20 fine mezzotint plates printed in four colours. Part I with general title printed in red and black, printed part title, dedication leaf, advertisement/privilege leaf, 9 pp. of explanatory text, additional advertisment leaf and 9 plates; part II with 11 life-size plates and 11 pp. of explanatory text, with each leaf bound before its corresponding plate. Old vellum over pasteboard (recased and resewn, some skilful repairs, minor staining and wear). Very little marginal browning and occasional spotting of text and plates, small minor repairs on versos of large plates, some minor marginal dampstaining and wear in second volume. Provenance: Pierre Amalric (bookplate to front pastedown of part I), sold at Christie's NY (sale 9232, 9 June 1999, lot 42, $23,000). All in all a fine copy, the plates in bright colours and without the aging varnish found in some copies. ---- Choulant-Frank, p. 270-74; NLM/Blake p.169; Singer 1-20; Wellcome III, p. 97; Franklin, Early Color Printing, 1977, pp. 43-44; Garrison-Morton 398; Lilien, Jacob Christoph Le Blon, 1985, pp. 145-46. FIRST EDITION. Gautier's first project was the production of 8 prints of the face, neck, head, tongue and larynx, which he issued in 1745, followed one year later by a second group of 12 mostly larger prints showing muscles of the pharynx, torso, arms and legs. A year later he issued the two works together under the general title 'Myologie complette'. Gautier made the drawings and the mezzotint plates for all these images from cadavers dissected by Joseph Guichard Duverney, lecturer in anatomy at the Jardin du Roi. "The dedication and copyright notices make no bones about Gautier's claims as inventor and skilled practitioner in this new art of colour printing. Duverney, the academic partner, signs the dedication (to Lapeyronie, the king's doctor) asserting that colour printing can nowhere make a greater contribution to scientific understanding than in anatomy" (Franklin). Among the plates in part II is the fascinating 'Ange Anatomique,' "the muscles of her back stripped out like an angel's wing, while she, with hair arranged neatly in the style of her day, looks back over her shoulder in a spirit of calm enquiry, showing the healthy complexion of an attractive face" (Franklin). Jacques Christophe Le Blon invented the three-color method of color printing in mezzotint. For the printing process, he obtained a royal patent in England from King George I in 1719, and also published a small book describing the process in 1725. His attempt to commercialise his process through a company called The Picture Office failed, and he eventually re-established himself in Paris, obtaining a privilege in 1737, and in 1739 a twenty-year patent for France for the use of his color-printing process. In 1740, Le Blon advertised that he was taking subscriptions for a treatise on anatomy illustrated with 60 plates printed in color. However, before he could do much work on this project he died in 1741, leaving only one anatomical plate, which was completed and published by Jean Robert in 1742. Immediately after Le Blon's death, a printer and engraver who had worked briefly for Le Blon, Jacques-Fabien Gautier (1716-1785), who would later add "d'Agoty" to his name, claimed to have enhanced Le Blon's process by adding black (though Le Blon had previously used a black plate on occasion), and obtained the French royal privilege for color printing for thirty years. However, the heirs of Le Blon objected, and in 1742 the King withdrew Gautier's privilege. In 1742 Gautier purchased the privilege from Le Blon's heirs. Why Le Blon thought the color-printing process was appropriate for anatomy is unclear. Perhaps he sensed that there was a market for a new style of books on human anatomy. . . Visit our website for additional images and information. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Journal d'un Voyage au Nord en 1736 & 1737.

      Amsterdam, Löhner 1746. Liten 8vo. (16), 370 (feilpag. 340) s. 16 foldepl, kobberstikk prosp. og kart. Samt. helskinnbd., ryggen rep. N. på fribl., smusstbl. litt pl. Ifølge Table des Figures skal det være 18 pl., men iflg Bring mangler alle undersøkte eksemplarer prospektene over Piteå og Torneå og disse har sansyligvis aldri blitt utgitt.Historiens kanskje mest berømte ekspedisjon for lengdegradoppmåling [1736-37], ikke minst for å konstatere at jorden er flatrykt ved polpunktene. Ekspedisjonen besto bl. a. Maupertuis - som skrev egen bok om den - Anders Celsius, matematikkgeniet Clairaut, samt presten Fader Outhier. Den 20 juni 1736 ble de samlet i Torneå, og på bare 63 dager hadde de målt opp en triangelkjede på 107 km. Ekspedisjonen var finasiert av den franske kong Ludvig XV og ble gjennomført på bare ett år, noe som var eksepsjonelt med tidens utrustning og reisemåter. Outhier skriver om ekspedisjonen og resultatene, men også mye om Tornedalen og livet der; Tornedalingene var rene, kunnskapsrike og gjestfrie.

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        Gedanken von der wahren Schätzung der lebendigen Kräfte und Beurtheilung der Beweise derer sich Herr von Leibnitz und andere Mechaniker in dieser Streitsache bedienet haben, nebst einigen vorhergehenden Betrachtungen welche die Kraft der Körper überhaupt betreffen, durch Immanuel Kant.

      Königsberg: Martin Eberhard Dorn,, 1746 [recte 1749]. . Octavo (195 x 117 mm). Contemporary sprinkled sheep and speckled boards, spine decorated with gilt rules and floral device in compartments, morocco label, all edges sprinkled. With two folding plates at the end. Lower edge and corners very lightly rubbed; an excellent copy. Very rare first edition of Kant's first book. "In his early years Kant pondered the nature of space and time first from the point of view of Leibniz and then of Newton, but eventually he found both positions unsatisfactory. In his Thoughts on the true estimation of Living Forces [the present work] he took Leibniz's view and tried to explain the nature of space by means of the forces of unextended substances (monads) that cause such substances to interact. He attempted to account for the threefold dimensionality of space by appealing to the laws that govern such interactions; but he was not very successful, as he himself admitted" (DSB).

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        Fragment du Plan de Bruxelles Pris Entre la Porte de Namur et Celle de Malle.

      [c.1746] - The eastern fortifications of Brussels Manuscript plan on an irregular format made up of two sheets joined; original hand colour. The plan shows the developments to the fortifications around the eastern part of Brussells, thus where the Emperor's Palace is located. The left sheet has been added to the right one seeing as the title cites the Porte de Namur which is now in the middle of the plan. The key on the left foreground explains that the gate on the left hand side is the Porte de Louvain. The plan also presents two profiles: one of a fort with precise measurements and one of the covered paths. These are also highlighted in yellow to show that they have been completely repaired. 440 by 830mm. (17.25 by 32.75 inches).

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        L'office de la quinzaine de Pasque. Latin-Francois, a l'usage de Rome et de Paris, pour la maison de monseigneur le duc d'Orleans, premier prince du sang.

      BOUND FOR THE DUKE OF ORLEANS - THE CORTLAND BISHOP COPY. 1 vol., 6-7/8" x 4-1/8", engraved bookplate of Louis Philippe D'Orleans to front pastedown. Bound in fine full dark red French morocco over cords, gilt decorated spine, spine panels with d'Orleans arms, covers ruled in gilt, covers with the gilt crest of Louis Philippe I, Duc d'Orleans, gilt dentelles, all edges gilt, hinges fine, head and foot of spine fine. Leather bookplate of Cortland Bishop to front pastedown, his sale April 27, 1938 Lot #1679. Louis Philippe ("le gros"), was born at Versailles in 1725 and became Duke of Orleans and head of the House of Orleans upon the death of his father on 1752.

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        Traite du Navire, de sa Construction, et de ses Mouvemens.

      Paris: Quay des Augustins, 1746. x. 4 to. xl, 682, (4) pp. b/w folding plates, engraved title page, engraving in text, engraved head and tail pieces. “First edition of the first treatise on naval architecture written on a scientific basis.” Horblit sale, 153. According to the Scott catalog, Bouguer knew his stuff. “He succeeded his father as professor of hydrography ... in 1713. In 1730 he was appointed professor of hydrography at Havre. In 1735 he accompanied Charles Marie de La Condamine on a scientific expedition to Peru...” He was awarded several prizes by the Academie Royale des Sciences for his work in mathematics and navigation. Bouguer was one of the first to investigate mathematical principles as related to shipbuilding, and devised methods for calculating displacement and stability. Scott 256. Polak 1050. Contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt, joints worn but holding. The twelve folding plates are clean and fresh.

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        [Ch' n' ha Cervell ava gamb.] La liberazione di Vienna assediata dalle armi Ottomane. Poemetto giocoso. E la Banzuola. Dialoghi sei. In lingua popolare Bolognese. [Prob. Bologna, c. 1746].

      1746. 8vo. (8), 248 pp. With engr. frontispiece and 12 full-page engravings by G. M. Cantarelli. Contemp. blue wrappers. Third edition (probably printed in Bologna) of Lotto Lotti's (1667-1714) poem celebrating the liberation of Vienna from the 1683 Turkish siege, written in the Bologna dialect and first published in Parma in 1685. "Divided in 5 cantos of 30 to 40 eight-line verses each" (Kábdebo). Pretty engravings; the one facing the first canto (a besieging army aiming their cannons) shows contemporary touches of blue colour in places. Includes Lotti's collection of dialogues, "La Banzuola" (likewise illustrated throughout). - Date taken from the engraving on fol. O5v. Untrimmed copy. Sturminger 1973. NUC (pre-1956) vol. 342, p. 194. ICCU UBOE\075844, VEAE\001888. Graesse IV, 264. Cf. Kábdebo II, 290.

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        Opuscula Varii Argumenti

      Twelve folding engraved plates. 1 p.l., 300 pp.; 1 p.l., 166 pp.; 1 p.l., 165 pp. Three vols. in one. 4to, cont. sheep-backed mottled boards (minor rubbing, some foxing as is usual with this book). Berlin: A. Haude & J.C. Spener, 1746-50-51. First edition of one of Euler's scarcer works; this collection contains separate monographs on astronomy, optics, magnetism, electricity, mathematics, and physics and includes several of Euler's most important and fundamental works. Vol. I deals mostly with astronomy and optics. It is valuable for Euler's tables of the sun and moon and for his discussion of the problem of perturbations. Euler's studies in astronomy embraced a great variety of problems: determination of the orbits of comets and planets, calculation of the parallax of the sun, the physical nature of comets, celestial mechanics, etc. With regard to optics, Euler herein rejected the dominant corpuscular theory of light and constructed his own theory in which he attributed the cause of light to peculiar oscillations of ether. Vol. II is concerned with physics and mathematics. Topics examined here are the propagation of sound and light, analysis, the theory of differential equations, and ellipses. In Vol. III, "Euler adopts the Cartesian doctrine of pores and magnetic particles, magnetic matter is more subtile than the ether itself and is propagated through a magnet in one direction only, p. 10; declination and dip explained, p. 30."-Wheeler Gift Cat. 366. A very good set. Engraved bookplate of Canterzani. ❧ D.S.B., IV, pp. 467-84. Houzeau & Lancaster 3482. Sotheran, Supp., 2242-"Rare.".

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        Nachrichten von Island, Grönland und der Straße Davis, zum wahren Nutzen der Wissenschaften und der Handlung. Mit Kupfern, und einer nach den neuesten und in diesem Werke angegebenen Entdeckungen, genau eingerichteten Landcharte (hier fehlend). Nebst einem Vorberichte von den Lebensumständen des Herrn Verfassers.

      Hamburg: Grund, 1746. 15 Bll., 328 S., 3 Bll. Pappband. Mit einem gestochenen Frontispiz, 4 Kupfern, die Übersichtskarte fehlend. Exlibris auf vorderer Einbandinnenseite, Einband mit Gebrauchsspuren, Blatt mit Frontispiz unten lose, Papier nur gering gebräunt. Versand D: 3,00 EUR

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        Traite des Renoncules dans lequel outre de qui concerne ces fleurs, on trouvera des observations physiques et plusieurs remarques utiles, soit pour l‘Agriculture, soit pour le Jardinage.

      Lottin 1746 - First Edition. Paris : Lottin, 1746. Small hardcover, FIRST thus edition. Bound into full marbled calf boards. Wear to the extremities, with some rubbing to the extremities. Spine is in compartments; richly gilt with floriate decs & banding. Small auction sticker pasted to the upper board. Rubricated fore-edges. Internally page bodies a touch age-toned, with some cockling. Marbled endpapers. Of the period inscription to the preliminary blanks. Text & engravings remain sharp. 279pp with 6 plates of b&w engravings to the rear (plates 3-6 being folding) & glossary pages. Binding firm, all wear commensurate with the age of the volume. DISPATCHED FROM THE UK WITHIN 24 HOURS ( BOOKS ORDERED OVER THE WEEKEND DISPATCHED ON MONDAY) BY ROYAL MAIL. ALL OVERSEAS ORDERS SENT BY AIR MAIL. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BAMBERG. - Karte., "Tabula Geographica Novissima Principalis Episcopatus Bambergensis".

      Altkol. Kupferstich bei Matthäus Seutter, Augsburg, nach 1746, 50 x 57,5 cm. Sadler "Johann Baptista, Die Homännischen Erben, Mätthäus Seutter und Ihre Landkarten", S. 9, Nr. 79. - Die altkolorierte Karte zeigt das Fürstbistum Bamberg mit dem Gebiet zwischen Coburg, dem Fichtelgebirge, Herzogenaurach und Schweinfurt. - Oben links die prächtige Kartusche mit dem Bamberger Dom getragen von Regent und Regentin, Wappen, Putten und Allegorien. Rechts daneben altkolorierte Insetkarte des Bamberger Gebietes in Kärnten. Oben rechts klein Teilansicht vom Schloss Pommersfelden. Unter der Karte eine chronologische Aufzählung der Bamberger Regenten von 1042 bis 1746. - Die Karte an allen vier Seiten kaum sichtbar, alt angerändert. Sonst sauber und frisch. BAYERN, Franken, Landkarten

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        Les Amours De Zeokinizul, Roi Des Korfirans. Ouvrage traduit de l`Arabe du voyageur Krinelbol.

      Aux depens de Michel, Amsterdam 1746 - 2 Bl. (Vorwort), 106 S. , Titelblatt in rot u. schwarz, mit einer Titelblattvignette. Am Titelblatt oben ein kl. Eckchen abgerissen. Die ersten und letzten 10 Bl. mit einem schwach bräunlichen Feuchtigkeitsfleck im oberen Rand. Ansonsten schönes festes, weißes Papier mit klarem Druck. Rücken gering verblichen. Gutes, ansehnliches Expl. - Krinelbol soll das Pseudonym des Laurent Augliviel de la Beaumelle (1726-1773) sein, das Werk wird aber auch zugeschrieben Crebillon d. Jüngeren (1717-1777). Sprache: Französisch Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 8°. Neuerer HalbLeinenbd. mit Buntpapierbezug.

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        Clarorum Germanorum ad Ant. Magliabechium nonnullosque alios epistolae ex autographis in Biblioth. Magliabechiana quae nunc Publica Florentinorum est adversatis descriptae. Tomus primus.

      Ex Typographia ad Insigne Apollinis in Platea, Florentiae, 1746. XLVIII 391 [1] p. 8°(17 cm) piena pergamena con tassello in pelle con i titoli in oro al dorso. UNICO VOLUME PUBBLICATO. OPERA RARISSIMA. A cura di Antonio Targioni Tozzetti il cui nome si ricava da c. [croce]4r. del v. 1. Univo volume pubblicato (CFR. ICCU). L'autore "segretario" della biblioteca granducale fu grande nume tutelare della cultura del tempo. Tenne vasta corrispondenza con Leopoldo de' Medici (in parte pubblicata anche in quest'opera). Leopoldo de' Medici ed Antonio Magliabechi il principe ed il bibliotecario il "padrone" ed il "sottoposto". Il primo uomo di potere ma anche di cultura ebbe parte rilevante sia per la formazione del Cimento sia per la rinascita della Crusca. Il secondo invece fu uno dei più importanti mediatori culturali del suo tempo ed ebbe nutriti carteggi con i maggiori intellettuali suoi contemporanei e con i più importanti stampatori e librai del secondo Seicento. La corrispondenza tra i due non è formale e non sempre rispecchia le rispettive posizioni sociali. Il Principe spesso si interessa delle condizioni di salute del suo bibliotecario scrivendo in forma più che amichevole mentre non sempre le missive del Magliabechi seguono la prassi che ci si potrebbe attendere tanto che alcune lettere sem- brano inviate a un amico piuttosto che a un "padrone. UsatoBuono Anno pubblicazione: MDCCXLVI [1746]. 31 ...

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        Le droit public de l'Europe, fondé sur les traitez conclus jusqu'en l'année 1740.

      A La Haye, chez Jean Van-Duren, 1746. - 2 vol. in-12, rel. plein veau fauve de l'époque, dos à nerfs ornés, pièces de titre et de tomaison bordeaux, caissons dorés ornés de grands fleurons, au centre des plats du TII. ( effacées au tome I.), les armes dorées du Duc Albert de Luynes (OHR 1846-1), D'or au lion de gueules armé, lampassé et couronné d'or, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches rouges, gardes coquillées, 1 f. bl., xxvii-367pp, 1f. bl.,1 f. bl., 361pp,1 f. bl. EDITION ORIGINALE. Etiquette de classement de bibliothèque, du chateau de Dampierre, bibliothèque des Ducs de Luynes. Bel ex. particuliérement frais. Réf. bibliographiques : Barbier I.1123. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VIDA INTERIOR Y CARTAS QUE ESCRIBIO A VARIAS PERSONAS FR. JOSEP DE SAN BENITO

      Madrid. 1746. 34h+263Pág. 28x20. La Obra de San Benito con un Gran Grabado al Cobre Magnifico(fotos). Tambien fue Escultor de varias Obras. Muy buen estado.

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