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      Lisboa 1746 - Fol. ( 19,8 x 29,1cm.). 34 h. Sin num. Inc. Portada a dos tintas -rojo y negro-, 194 p., 1 h. 4 grabados en madera en tinta roja. Cabeceras y capitulares en madera. Enc. pergamino de época. / Ejemplar con taladro de polilla en la esquina inferior derecha de prácticamente todo el libro, en ocasiones acusada, sin afectar al texto. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historia morborum qui annis (1699-1702) Vratislaviae grassati sunt. A Colleg. Acad. Leopold. Nat. Cur. Vratislaviens. in lucem edita. Opus variis casibus & cautelis practicis, judiciis item de remediis, & vera curandi ratione instructum. Accedit appendicis loco I. Tractatus de experientia, in quo natura experientiae describitur, & quam caute comparanda ea sit, explicatur. II. Observationes practicae de hydrope pectoris.

      M.M. Bousquet,, Lausanne & Genève, 1746 - Lausanne & Genève, M.M. Bousquet, 1746. 4°. X S., 480 S. Mit gestochenem allegorischem Frontispiz und einigen hübschen Holzschnitt-Initialen und -vignetten. Lederband der Zeit mit rotem, goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und floraler Rückenvergoldung. Lundsgaard-H. 652. - Blake 2 (unter'Academia Natura Curiosorum'). - Einzige Ausgabe mit dem Vorwort von Haller. Erschien bereits 1706, zusammengestellt von Mitgliedern der Academia Leopoldina in Wien. Beschreibt die Ausbreitung und den Verlauf der Seuchenzüge die am Ende des 17. Jahrhunderts Breslau heimsuchten. - Einband stark bestossen. Anriss am oberen Kapital. - Meist sauberes, breitrandiges Exemplar. Sprache: N Lederband der Zeit mit rotem, goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und floraler Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        Hesychiou Lexikon. Hesychii Lexicon, cum notis doctorum virorum integris, vel editis antehac, nunc auctis & emendatis, Hadr. Junii, Henr. Stephani, Jos. Scaligeri etc., vel ineditis Henr. Valesii, Dan. Heinsii, Phil. Jac. Maussaci etc., in primis Ludolphi Kusteri, Tiber. Hemsterhusii etc., praeter selectas Jo. Jensii, Dan. Wilh. Trilleri etc., ex autographis partim recensuit, partim nunc primum edidit, suasque animadversiones perpetuas adjecit Joannes Alberti cum ejusdem prolegomenis, et adparatu hesychiano.

      Apud Samuelem Luchtmans, et Filium 1746-1766, Lugduni Batavorum (Leiden) - Large folio. 2 volumes. Ex Libris "Herbert Wilson Greene", signature of same in both vols. on free front endpaper, date 1889. [10], xl, [76], engraved frontispiece of Johannes Alberti "F. Decker, pinx - 1742. Exudit Samuel Luchtmans. I. Houbraken sculps -1745", 1758 columns; [4], xiii, 1604 columns, [44] index. Vol. II has imprint Apud Samuelem et Johannem Luchtmans was edited by David Ruhnkenius. Title pages printed in red and black. Greek text printed in double columns with footnotes in Latin. Original vellum with blind-embossed ornamental cartouche. Hysechius of Alexanfria was, a 5th century grammarian, compiled the richest lexicon of unusual and obscure Greek words that has survived. Boards almost detached, crudely held in place with maroon binders tape. Age wear and staining on binding. Some browing and foxing in margins throughout. Binding in poor, interior in overall very good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La fleur d'Orange

      - Stephanie Felecitie Ducrest de St-Aubin, La Comtesse de Genlis (French, 1746-1830) and William, Le Prince d'Orange (future king of Netherlands) (1772-1843) "La fleur d'Orange" Watercolor and gouache on paper Paper size: 8 3/8" x 11 1/2" Framed size: 17 1/8" x 21 1/8" Inscribed lower right: Dessine a Me. la Comtesse de Genlis/de la part du Prince d'Orange Accompanied by cover sheet identifing specimens, verso is inscribed with poem Provenance: Stephanie Felecitie Ducrest de St-Aubin, La Comtesse de Genlis

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        La Jamaique aux Anglois dans le Golfe du Mexique / La Bermude aux Anglois

      Paris 1746 - In "Atlas Nouveau Portatif a l'Usage des Militaires", A Paris chez le Rouge., Size : 216x286 (mm), 8.5x11.25 (Inches), Hand Colored, 0 Very Good; upper margin reinforced, some repair in lower margin, not affecting image

      [Bookseller: Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books]
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        A Letter to Martin Folkes, Esq; President of the Royal Society, Concerning the Rise and Progress of Astronomy amongst the Antients

      London: Jacob Ilive, 1746 - George Costard (1710-1782) was educated at Wadham College, Oxford, where he became fellow and tutor. One of the earliest writers on the history of astronomy, his "Letter to Martin Folkes" was the first fruit of the research which eventually led to the publication in 1769 of his magnum opus on the history of astornomy. It was Costard's contention that accurate astronomy was a product of Greek genius, beginning with Thales, and owed little to either Egypt or Babylon. The present work is still worth consulting for the frequent references to and citations from the lesser-known Greek authors, as well as Hebrew and Arabic sources. The present copy has an interesting and varied provenance: in 1746 it was presented by the author ("Donum Auctoris") to Jacob Edgcumbe [sic] of Exeter College - possibly a scion of the Devon/Cornwall family headed by the Earl of Mount-Edgcumbe. In 1778 the book was bought for 2 shillings by the Rev. Philip Wren (1755-1829), of University College, Oxford, and the great grandson of Sir Christopher Wren. By the late 19th century, the books was owned by the marine engineer George Sloggett of Cardiff, Wales First edition. 8vo (8-1/2 x 4-1/4 inches). Illustrations. [i-ii], 158, [2] pp. Contemporary marbled boards rebacked with 19th-century ribbed cloth, preserving original red morocco spine label, extremities scuffed and rounded. Houseau-L. 650; Lalande 429 ("C'est le commencement des savantes recherches de l'auteur, qui ont produit son Histoire de l'astronomie en 1769") [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
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        New Chart of the Coast of New England, Nova Scotia, New France or Canada [etc]

      Cave, Edward, London, 1746, - (Map - Nova Scotia - Bellin). A New Chart of the Coast of New England, NovaScotia, New France or Canada, with the Islands of Newfoundland Cape BretonSt. John's &c. Done From the Original Publish'd in 1744 At Paris By MonsrN. Bellin. (January 1746); in Gentleman's Magazine, Volume XVI for 1746. WITH: The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle. Volume XVI for 1746, the complete 12 issues in one volume. London: Edw. Cave, 1746. Pp. frontis. + [1] - 699 + [17] (indices). 8vo. Full brown calf, with spine titled and decorated in gilt, boards decoratively ruled and with edges also ornamented in gilt tracery, marbled text edges. Containing -- besides the copperplate map after the French original of Bellin -- a portrait of William Duke ofCumberland, the illustration to accompany the "Account of Several methodsto preserve Corn well by Ventilation", A Map of the countries Adjacent to Carlisle, shewing the Route of the Rebels (includes the vignette "West Prospect of Carlisle Castle"), a small map of Lower Brittany (accompanied by a number of shore views), full page plate "South View of Westminster Bridge",as well as several other plates illustrating novel or improved instruments,tools and furniture, etc. Mentionable of the content of the volume are theseveral lists of shipping both taken from and lost to the French and Spanish during the on-going naval warfare, M. Bellin's "Remarks relating to hismaps of North America, and the excellency of that [map] in our last [January issue]", Charleviox's "Remarks on the Great Bank and South End of Newfoundland", his "Remarks on the Gulph of St. Laurence, Anticosti Isle, and theriver St. Laurence to Quebec", his "Description of the Island of Cape Breton", his "Description of Quebec", General Pepperell's "Computation of the Advantage of the French Fishery on the Banks of Newfoundland, Acadia, Cape Breton &c -- as it was carried on by the French before the taking of Louisbourg", as well as various accounts of the military situation in Scotland including an account of the Battle of Culloden. With the heraldic engraved bookplate of Fraser, of Ledeclune, Baronet affixed to front fixed endpaper. Jacques-Nicolas Bellin was an employee at the Depot des Cartes et Plans de laMarine in France. His compilation of the maps illustrating Charlevoix's Histoire et description [,] .de la Nouvelle France. (1744) was based, according to Joan Dawson, on solely on materials already available at the Depotat the time. (See: Dawson, Joan. The Mapmaker's Eye: Nova Scotia Through Early Maps. Halifax: Nimbus Publishing Ltd and Nova Scotia Museum, 1988.) Boards somewhat rubbed, front board essentially detached, spine considerablyworn particularly at head and tail. Text lightly browned, and showing occasional light off-setting and very occasional scattered foxing. The Bellin map shows light off-setting overall, is cropped along lower left side (with loss only of the outer frame line), has a mended 1 inch tear to lower left edge (affecting design), and is traversed horizontally by a superfluous crease along the length of which there is some browning inconsistent with the agreeable appearance of the map elsewhere. 2,000.00 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: John W. Doull, Bookseller (A.B.A.C.)]
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        World Map): Planiglobii terrestris mappa universalis utrumq hemisphærium orient. et occidentale repræsentans ex IV mappis generalibus (Mappe-monde qui represente les deux hemispheres savoir celui de l'orient et celui de l'occident .)

      Homann Heirs, Nuremberg 1746 - Very good, heavy paper, early color, dual hemisphere world map. This is rather decorative, with the four additional smaller polar spheric projections on the map, and two diagrams relating to the position of the sun. Each of the main hemispheric images is 27 cm in diameter, with the full image measuring 46 x 54 cm, on sheet measuring 52 x 62 cm. This is a strong impression, with the cartouches uncolored, as issued. Titles in Latin and French. Two extra printers creases in upper margin; very small portion of right lower corner missing (well outside platemark and neatline). Old 1 cm taped repair to verso of lower margin. Centerfold as issued.

      [Bookseller: The Prime Meridian: Antique Maps & Books]
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        Appendix Liviana

      Oxford 1746 - Appendix Liviana; Continens, I. Selectas Codicum MSS. et Editionum antiquarum Lectiones, præcipuas Variorum Emendationes, et Supplementa Lacunarum in iis T. Livii, qui supersunt libris. II. I. Freinshemii Supplementorum Libros X. in locum Decadis secundæ Livianæ deperditæ. In usum Juventutis Academica. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1746. 12º (168 x 92 mm.), pp. (4), 119, 312. Contemporary full tan calf prize binding of Trinity College Dublin, with gilt stamps on upper and lower covers, raised bands, red leather lettering-piece, sprinkled edges. Prize label on front pastedown. A very good, clean copy and an excellent example of an eighteenth century prize binding.

      [Bookseller: Richard Smith]
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        Idea de una Nueva Historia General de la América Septentrional. Fundada sobre material copioso de figuras, Symbols, Caracteres, Geroglifcos, Cantares, y Manuscritos de Autores Indios, ultimamente Descubiertos

      En la Imprenta de Juan de Zuniga, Madrid 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 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 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Venus Physique.

      1746 - In 12 plein velin ( Reliure XX°) , 224 pages. Deux parties : " dissertations sur l'origine des hommes et des animaux" et " Dissertations sur l'origine des noirs". Quelques épidermures, cachet gratté sur la page de titre , sinon bon exemplaire.

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        Unterricht Vor Heb-Ammen. (Ab Band 2): Von Kranckheiten der Weiber.

      verlegts Christian Medius,, Gotha, 1746 - 7 Bände (von 8). Gotha, verlegts Christian Medius, (1746)-1751. 8°. Mit 6 gestochenen Tafeln in Band 1. Pappbände der Zeit mit späteren, handschriftlichen Rückenschildern. Blake 435. - Hirsch V, 553 (ohne dieses Werk). - Bekannt war der 1681 geborene Stadtphysikus und Apotheker in Eisenach unter seinem latinisierten Namen "Pelargus". 1735 lehnte er eine Ernennung vom russischen Hofe ab. Sehr geschätzt durch seine im Stil von Georg Ernst Stahl verfassten Kompilationen. Band 1: Unterricht für Heb-Ammen. - Band 2: Kranckheiten welche den Jungfern-Stand betreffen. - Band 3: Kranckheiten welche die Schwangern betreffen. - Band 4: Kranckheiten welche Molas oder Mutter-Gewächse und falsche Früchte betreffen. - Band 5: Kranckheiten welche ordentliche und schwere Geburten betreffen. - Band 6: Kranckheiten so die Wöchnerinnen und Kindbettnerinnen betreffen. - Band 7: Kranckheiten so die stillenden Weiber und Säug-Ammen betreffen. - 1753, 2 Jahre nach dem Tode erschien aus dem Nachlass noch ein 8. Band. - Einbände etwas bestossen und beschabt. Papier, zeitbedingt, gleichmässig leicht gebräunt. - Exemplar aus der Bibliothek W. Pfeilsticker. - Selten. Sprache: Deutsch Pappbände der Zeit mit späteren, handschriftlichen Rückenschildern. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein]
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        A letter to Martin Folkes, Esq; Concerning the Rise and Progress of Astronomy among the Antients.

      Printed by Jacob Ilive for T. Osborne and J. Hildyard at York 1746 - FIRST EDITION, a few diagrams and illustrations in the text, and much Greek, Hebrew and Arabic type, a little browned in places, pp. [2], 158, [1, errata],[Bound with:][Costard (George)] A Further Account of the Rise and Progress of Astronomy amongst the Antients, in three letters to Martin Folkes. Oxford: Printed at the Theatre, for Richard Clements, 1748, FIRST EDITION, a few diagrams in the text, pp. 163, [1, bookseller’s catalogue], [And:]Parker (George) Remarks upon the solar and the lunar years, the cycle of 19 years, commonly called the golden number, the epact, and a method of finding the time of Easter, as it is now observed in most parts of Europe. Being part of a letter from the Right Honourable George Earl of Macclesfield to Martin Folkes, Esq; President of the Royal Society, and by him communicated to the same May 10, 1750. Charles Davis, 1750, FIRST EDITION, folding table at end, pp. [2], 19, 8vo, the three bound together in contemporary polished calf, spine gilt in compartments with red lettering-piece, rebacked with original spine laid on, marbled endpapers, edges of the second work stained red, book label of Biblioteca San Isidoro de Urbe on front paste-down with their ink stamp at foot of title and last leaf and manuscript inscription on title, ink stamp of Biblioteca San Vilaseca on title recto, later ownership inscription of Richard Francis Walsh, 1827, on first title, good Costard (1710-1782) was educated at Wadham College, Oxford, where he became fellow and tutor. One of the earliest writers on the history of astronomy, his Letter to Martin Folkes and Further Account treat the Astronomy of the Chaldeans, of the Constellations in the Book of Job, and of the Mythological Astronomy of the Ancients. In his view exact astronomy was a product of Greek genius, beginning with Thales, and owed little either to Egypt or Babylon. His works are still worth consulting for the frequent references to and citations from Hebrew, Arabic, and the less-known Greek authors contained in them. ‘In parliament [George Parker, second earl of] Macclesfield was a principal proponent in 1752 (with Lord Chesterfield) for the adoption of the Gregorian calendar and the change in the new year from 26 March to 1 January. He communicated to the Royal Society on 10 May 1750 a preparatory paper entitled ‘Remarks upon the solar and the lunar years’ and made most of the necessary calculations, and his speech in the House of Lords on 18 March 1751, on the second reading of the Bill for Regulating the Commencement of the Year, was printed by general request. Lord Chesterfield wrote of him as the virtual author of the bill . Macclesfield’s action in the matter was in some quarters unpopular. When his eldest son, Lord Parker, contested Oxfordshire in 1754, one of the cries of the crowd was, "Give us back the eleven days we have been robbed of"’ (ODNB).St. Isidore’s College in Rome was founded in 1625 by the Irish priest Luke Wadding (b. 1588). Its original purpose was the training of missionary friars to keep faith alive at home, but it became a haven for Irish nationalist exiles, and a centre for learning, culture and missionary activity known throughout Europe. According to ESTC the second two works are very rare outside the UK - the Costard is in Gottingen and California (two copies) only, with the Parker in just the Huntington and Kansas. (ESTC T38154, T148086, T118141)

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        Vocabolario degli Accademici della Crusca. Impressione napoletana secondo l'ultima di Firenze con la giunta di molte voci raccolte dagli autori approvati dalla stessa Accademia.

      a spese di Giuseppe Ponzelli,, In Napoli, 1746 - Sei parti legate in cinque volumi in-folio (cm. 41), pp. 3.000 ca. complessive. Elegante vignetta a ciascun frontespizio, testate, grandi finali e capolettera, il tutto finemente inciso in rame. Testo su due colonne. Solida legatura ottocentesca in mezzo marocchino, dorso a nervi con titoli e fregi in oro, piatti e sguardie marmorizzate. Un alone interessa la prime carte del primo volume, peraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato con pochi segni d'uso alle legature. Celebre edizione del Vocabolario dell’Accademia della Crusca per la prima volta impressa nella città partenopea. Senz'altro uno dei monumenti della letteratura italiana. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Histoire generale des Voyages.

      Paris 1746 - Nouvelle collection. Vol. 1. 26,5 x 20 cm. 1 Bll., XVII S.,563 S., 2 Bll. Ldr.d.Zt. Leather of the time. Ecken u. Kapitale best., Gelenke mit Einrissen. Borders and Capitals charmfer. Hinges with rippes. Enthält die frühen Reisen der Portugiesen und Engländer nach Ostasien. Die Karten überwiegend mit ihren Reiserouten entlang der Afrikanischen Küste. Mit 1 gest. Porträt ( A.F. Prevost ), 16 ( 6 gefalteten ) Kupfertafeln und 8 meist gefalteten Kupferkarten, sowie 5 gefalteten Supplement Karten. Etwas gebräunt und minimal stockfleckig. Ca. erste 30 Bll. im Bund mit kleinen Einrissen bzw. Stauchspuren. Ohne das Tafelverzeichnis. Schönes Exemplar. Covers all the early travels of the Portuguese and the British to east Asia. The maps are predominantly with there routeings among the African coast. With 1 Copper-engraved portraid (A. F. Prevost), 16 (6 folded) Copper plates and 8 Copper maps, as well as 5 folded supplement maps. Lightly bronzy and min. foxed. Ca. first 30 papers in the bound with small initial tearing as well as compressed traces. Without the plate index. Over all in good condition. 1.100 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Teatro morale domenicale-festivo dove si spiegano li vangeli di tutte le domeniche, e feste di precetto dell'anno . Opera di Gio. Battista Bovio da Novara del Collegio dé Penitenzieri .

      Bortoli Antonio, Venezia 1746 - in 4° - pp.1b + XXIV + 727 + 1b - Pergamena - Iniziali e fregi xil - Vignetta calcogr. sul frontespizio - Legatura un po sporca - Libro usato

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        Tractatus de libertate creata sub divina scientia, voluntate et omnipotentia : Funiculus triplex, Divi Thomae praemotione, Scotico comitante decreto, et scientia media contextus. Discordia concors / Caduceatore authoreque sapientissimo P. Mathia Blanco

      Mexici [México] : Typis Viduae Josiphi Bernardi de Hogal 1746 - ~ An outstanding contribution of the Mexican Jesuit Matías Blanco (1660?-1734) to settle the controversy between the Jesuits, the Dominicans and the Franciscans, about the relationship between divine foreknowledge and human free will. The long-lasting quarrel forced Pope Clement VIII, at the end of the 16th century, to set up the "De auxiliis" commission in Rome to calm down the often too virulent disputes. Blanco, viewing himself as a peace-maker (caduceatore), submitted his own solution, hoping it would be acceptable to all. While the philosophical issue of the reconciliation between grace and free will is still alive today, Blanco's thesis shows an astonishing modernity and is considered by recent criticism as an impressive piece of logical thought. The book was published posthumously under the direction of the author's disciple Miguel Buenaventura de Luna, WHO PRESENTED OUR COPY TO Father Gabriel de Santibáñez as this one put in writing at the ownership inscription on the front end paper ~ Contemporary vellum, manuscript title on spine ~ 22f+359p+8f ~ 21x15x3cm. ~ Frayed edges with some loss, worm damage to inner margins of some leaves slightly affecting text but not legibility (view image). Small spots of worming to lower corner in first leaves. Label & stamps of defunct library on front papers & verso of title p. ~ LANGUAGE: Latina / Additional images available/ [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        EPANAPHORA INDICA [Parts I - VI].

      Lisbon -1752. 1746 - Six volumes bound in one. 59; 74; [20],3- 67pp. plus folding map; [1],109; [1],86; [12],72pp. In Portuguese. Small quarto. Modern antique-style speckled calf, spine gilt, raised bands, gilt morocco label. 20th-century bookplate and manuscript notes in Portuguese on modern front endpapers. Margins of Part V trimmed more closely than margins of other parts. Light wear to calf. Minor foxing; some toning; minor marginal worming affecting a few characters of text on pp.9-14. A very good copy. The extremely rare complete series of writings of José Freire de Monterroyo Mascarenhas on the Portuguese Viceroyalty of Goa under the Marquez do Castelo Novo. Dom Pedro Miguel de Almeida e Portugal, the Count of Assumar and first Marquez of Castelo Novo, served as Viceroy of Goa from 1744 to 1750. The present work, published in six parts between 1746 and 1753, describes Castelo Novo's government, its struggles with the neighboring Maratha Empire, and various other events of the period, including the voyage and installation of Father Lourenço de Santa Maria as Primate Archbishop of Goa and Primate of Oriental Asia in 1744. Castelo Novo was largely successful in defending Portuguese interests from the Marathas, earning the title Marquez do Alorna for his capture of the city of that name in 1746. In his major work on the Portuguese in India, Frederick Charles Danvers writes that the "government of the Marquez de Castello-Novo e Alorna is deservedly looked upon as a brilliant episode in the declining years of Portuguese Power in India, and he as one of the best and most successful Viceroys of that period" (THE PORTUGUESE IN INDIA, Vol. II, p.418). Freire de Monterroyo Mascarenhas's work, the most extensive history of this episode, has also been noted for "throw[ing] much new light on Mahratta [i.e. Maratha] History" when it was examined by Ethel M. Pope for her 1937 work, INDIA IN PORTUGUESE LITERATURE (p.191). The six parts of the EPANAPHORA. are as follow: PARTE I: EPANAPHORA INDICA NA QUAL SE DÀ NOTICIA DA VIAGEM, QUE O .SENHOR MARQUEZ DE CASTELO NOVO FEZ COM O CARGO DE VICE-REY AO ESTADO DA INDIA, E DOS PRIMEIROS PROGRESSOS DO SEU GOVERNO.E SE REFEREM TAMBEM OS SUCCESSOS DA VIAGEM DO.SENHOR D. FR. LOURENÇO DE SANTA MARIA, ARCEBISPO DE GOA. [1746]. PARTE II: EPANAPHORA INDICA EM QUE SE REFEREM OSPROGRESSOS QUE TEM FEITO NO GOVERNO DO ESTADO DA INDIA PORTUGUESA O.SENHOR MARQUEZ DE CASTELO NOVO. [1747]. PARTE III: EPANAPHORA INDICA CONTINUA-SE EM REFERIR OS INCLITOS PROGRESSOS DO.SENHOR MARQUEZ DE CASTELO NOVO. [1748]. This part contains a large folding map of Goa and its surrounding lands, "PLANTA DA JLHA DE GOA NA INDIA E SUAS TERRAS CONSINANTES f. por d'Orgeval 1747." PARTE IV: EPANAPHORA INDICA EM QUE SE LERÁM OS PROGRESSOS POLITICOS, MILITARES, E CIVIS, QUE NO DISCURSO DO ANNO DE 1747, FEZ NO SEU GOVERNO O.SENHOR MARQUEZ DE ALORNA. [1748]. PARTE V: EPANAPHORA INDICA CONTINUAM OS PROGRESSOS DO GOVERNO DO.SENHOR MARQUEZ DE ALORNA. [1750]. PARTE VI: EPANAPHORA INDICA CONTINUAÕ-SE, E FINALIZAÕ-SE OS PROGRESSOS DO GOVERNO DO.SENHOR MARQUEZ DE ALORNA. [1752]. An early 20th-century inscription on the front free endpaper notes the quality of this work ("Classico, muito estimado") and the great difficulty in procuring or assembling a volume containing all six parts, a task that took the original owner of this volume "many years." This owner also mentions that the "sage orientalist [Mons Rodolfo Sebastião] Dalgado was aware of only four parts." WorldCat and OCLC list only two complete copies, at the National Library of Australia and the Newberry Library; the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal in Lisbon also holds a copy in all six parts. Harvard and the University of Minnesota both hold copies in only the first five parts. Not in Palau. Frederick Charles Danvers, THE PORTUGUESE IN INDIA BEING A HISTORY OF THE RISE AND DECLINE OF THE EASTERN EMPIRE (London, 1894). Ethel M. Pope, INDIA IN PORTUGUESE LITERATURE (Bastorá, Goa, 1937).

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      London. 1746.. 32pp. Antique-style three-quarter calf and marbled boards. Old library stamp faintly visible, title-leaf remargined in gutter, else very good. First printing of this account of important events of King George's War in 1744-48. "The attack on Louisbourg in 1745 was looked upon by Shirley only as a step towards a complete conquest of Canada, and the success of the siege at once raised his hopes. Instigated by him, the English ministry approved of an expedition against Canada, and a force of over eight thousand men was raised, principally from the northern colonies. The British force which was to have co-operated was, however, detained either by bad weather or by the blundering of the ministry, and nothing came of the attempt" - Lande. Shirley describes the capture of Louisbourg by British naval forces and New England troops under William Pepperell. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 746/186. HOWES S424, "aa." SABIN 80548. STREETER SALE 1004. TPL 4703. LANDE 786.

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        Verdadeiro metodo de estudar, para ser util à Republica, e à Igreja: Proporcionado Ao estilo, e necesidade de Portugal. Exposto Em varias cartas escritas polo R.P. *** Barbadinho da Congregasam de Italia, R.P. *** Doutor na Universidade de Coimbra.

      Valensa , Antonio Balle [i.e. Naples: Gennaro e Vincenzo Muzio], 1746. - Large woodcut vignettes on title-pages. Woodcut initials. Typographical headpieces. (6 ll.), 322 pp., (3 ll. errata); (2 ll.), 300 pp., (1 l. errata). 2 volumes. 4º, contemporary cat's-paw sheep (very slight wear), spines gilt with raised bands in five compartments, red leather lettering pieces, gilt letter, edges sprinkled red. Small, light waterstain in upper margin of first few leaves of the first volume. Overall a clean, crisp, fine set. Contemporary signature on rectos of front free endleaves. 2 volumes. ---- FIRST EDITION, second (and first available?) issue of this revolutionary pedagogical work that aroused a storm of controversy. Printed at Naples, the bulk of the original edition was seized and destroyed by the Inquisition upon disembarkation at Lisbon; some copies were salvaged, and new title-pages and preliminary matter were printed clandestinely in Lisbon, probably 1747?1749, to be added to the original gatherings of the main text, with the false imprint: Valensa: Antonio Balle, 1746. The only known complete extant copy of the first issue, with the original Naples imprint, is in the Biblioteca nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III in Naples. There is also a copy of volume II only in the Biblioteca Nacional de España. Another edition, with the imprint Valensa: Antonio Balle, 1747, was produced clandestinely in Lisbon, probably in 1751. For a thorough discussion of the printing history of the two issues of the first edition as well as that of the second edition, see Maria Teresa Payan Martins, @Livros clandestinos e contrafacções em Portugal no século XVIII, pp. 356-71; there is also a discussion of the numerous polemical works generated by this publication, many with false imprints, on pp. 371-82. .The @Verdadeiro metodo is a turning point in Portuguese educational theory, advocating a method of teaching radically opposed to that of the Jesuits, and serving as the basis of many of the educational reforms instituted under the Marques de Pombal. Because substantial sections are devoted to literature, it is also an important work for the study of contemporary literary theory. Saraiva and Lopes, @História da literatura portuguesa (16th ed.) devote nine pages (pp. 597?605) to an analysis of Verney's literary esthetics as presented in this work, and comment that "teve uma projecção incomparável no nosso século XVIII, não só quanto à orientação pedagógica, mas também quanto à ideologia filosófica e até à teoria literaria" (p. 591).Volume I suggests improvements in the teaching of Portuguese grammar, Latin grammar and literature, the Greek and Hebrew languages, rhetoric, poetry and philosophy. Volume II covers metaphysics, physics, ethics, medicine, jurisprudence, theology, and canon law. The work ends with a summary of educational policy, including the education of women. Innocêncio lists over 20 works attacking or defending Verney's ideas. Verney wrote several works answering his critics.Verney (Lisbon, 1713?Rome, 1792) was a philosopher and critic as well as a pedagogue. Called the most important figure of the Portuguese enlightenment (@Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, I, 521), he was educated by the Jesuits at their Colégio de Santo Antão and received a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Évora. Traveling to Rome in 1736, he earned his degree in civil jurisprudence, after which he was named by the Pope to be Archdeacon at Évora. There he conceived his plan to reform Portugal's educational system, and began a lengthy work describing the necessary reforms in all branches of the system. As a prelude to it, he published the @Verdadeiro metodo (Naples 1746; second issue Valensa, 1746) which sets out in summary form his criticism of the existing system and his proposals for changing it.---- Innocêncio V, 222: without collation. Barbosa Machado IV, 234. Azevedo-Samodães 3496. Ameal 2474. Not in Palha, which lists the edition with the 1747 imprint (nº 1505). Bell @Portuguese Literature, p. 285. @Grande encic [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CONSTITUCIONES, Y ORDINACIONES de la muy ilustre congregacion, y cofradia del glorioso S. PEDRO MARTYR, de ministros de la inquisicion de Aragon, otorgadas por el cabildo general de ella en 2. de Mayo de el año 1693. Resumen de algunas indulgencias.

      Francisco Moreno, Zaragoza 1746 - 14x20, 17h, 227p, 3h. Pergamino. - No aparece citado en Palau. 1746

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        NUOVO DIZIONARIO SCIENTIFICO E CURIOSO sacro-profano di Dottore delle Leggi.

      Milocco, 1746-1751, Venezia, - 10 gr. voll. in folio, bella solida leg. mod. m. pelle con angoli, tit. e fregi oro ai d. a 5 nervi, piatti in carta dec. Al primo vol. bell'antip. in rame inc. da Filosi, vignette, testat. e final. inc. in rame dello stesso. Con più di 500 tavv. Testo su due colonne. In questi anni, in Francia, Diderot e D’Alembert cominciavano la loro sontuosa ed illustrata Enciclopédie. Il Dizionario del Pivati (1689 - 1764), che la precede, costituisce un importantissimo contributo alla vita culturale ed economica dell’Italia: la ricchezza dei contenuti è tratta dal mondo ebraico, latino, greco, europeo e naturalmente italiano, e spazia ogni campo del sapere. Morazzoni 249. Ottimo esempl. completo di tutte le tavole. [MM25-481]

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      New-York: Printed.and London Reprinted: for J. Brindley, 1746. - 75pp. Modern three-quarter speckled calf and original marbled boards, spine gilt, leather label. Lightly tanned. Very good. The first British edition of Cadwallader Colden's important early contribution to American scientific knowledge, first published in New York in 1745. Colden was an important political figure in the colony of New York throughout his long life. He is best known for his history of the Iroquois, but he was also a polymathic naturalist and scientist. Although his anti-Newtonian arguments ultimately proved to be fallacious, this work was nonetheless an important contribution. It was one of the first serious scientific works conceived and written in America, and was widely discussed at the time. Colden's work was published in two editions in London, and also translated into French, demonstrating the interest in Europe in American scientific thought. Sabin asserts that this first English edition was brought out without Colden's knowledge or consent. Benjamin Franklin attributed attacks on the publication to the reluctance of Europeans to learn from "us Americans." Colden, with Franklin, was one of the founders of the American Philosophical Society. HOWES C559, "b." SABIN 14268. DAB IV, pp.286-87.

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        De la diferencia entre lo temporal y eterno, crisol de desengaños. Con la memoria de la eternidad, postrimerias humanas y principales misterios divinos Corregida de muchas erratas, y enriquescida con muy lindas estampas.

      Antwerp, Marc-Michel Bousquet, 1746. - 8vo. xiv + 720p. With 12 engraved plates including frontispiece. Contemporary marbled sheep, spine richly decorated in gilt with morocco. Title label. Finely illustrated edition of the Spanish Jesuit's immensely influential ascetic work, a discourse on the difference between the temporal and the eternal. The author bases his arguments on the Bible, historical example, the ancient philosophers (Aristotle, Seneca) and Christian asceticism as taught by St Augustine and St Bernard. Interspersed with his own philosophy are historical anecdotes and references to the value of symbolism. Juan Eusebio Nieremberg (c1585-1658), born in Madrid of German descent, was one of the most prolific Jesuit authors of this time. The present work, his bestknown, first published in Madrid in 1640, was chosen by the Jesuit General Tirso Gonzalez (1687-1705) to refute the heretic teachings of Laxism and Quietism. It was very widely translated - a celebrated translation into Guarani was the first book printed in the Jesuit Missions in Paraguay (1705), which shows the importance attached to the text by the Order. Some minor occasional traces of usage in margins, otherwise a very good copy. Palau 190857; Peeters Fountainas 834. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bibliothecae historicae libri qui supersunt, interprete Lautentio Rhodomano. Ad fidem Mss. recensuit P. Wesselingius, e.a.

      Amsterdam. Wetsten.1746.. Erste Ausgabe. 2 Bde. Folio 45,5 x 30 cm. 19 Bll., 731 S., 3 Bll., 2 Bll., 666 S., 55 Bll. Kalbldr. d. Zt. mit reicher Rückenvergoldung u. farbigen Rückenschildern, goldgeprägtes Wappensupralibros mit den Initialen " E(ugen) E(rwein) C(omte) d(e) S(chönborn) " auf beiden Deckeln. Mit Bibliotheksschild auf Deckel. Etwas berieben, teilw. wasserfleckig, dadurch der Lederbezug hier beschädigt, bei Bd. 2 vorderer Deckelbezug im Bereich der unteren Kante vom Deckel gelöst.. Mit gest. Front. u. Porträt.; - Brunet II, 716. - Erste Ausgabe dieser Bearbeitung, geschätzt wegen der großzügigen Ausstattung des Druckes. - Vereinzelt etwas stockfleckig. In Altgriechisch und Latein. Prächtig gebundenes Exemplar.

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        'Novissima et accurata Tabula Geographica Principalis S.R.I. Praepositurae Ellevacensis cum suis Praefecturis atq locis eo pertinentibg a Mathaeo Seuttero, Geographo Caesareo Aug. Vindel. - Tob. Conr. Lotter sc.':.

      . Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Tobias Conrad Lotter n. Arnold Friedrich Prahl b. Matthäus Seutter in Augsburg, 1746, 49 x 57. Sandler, Johann Baptista Homann, Die Homännischen Erben, Matthäus Seutter und Ihre Landkarten, S. 9, 92. - Zeigt die gefürstete Probstei Ellwangen in dem Gebiet Schwäbisch-Gmünd, Oberkochen / Aalen, Bopfingen, Dinkelsbühl und Crailsheim. - Mittig Ellwangen. - Unten rechts fig. Titelkartusche mit Wappen, Bischöfen und Stadtansicht. - Unten links Kartusche mit Erklärungen. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Versuch einer Erklärung der Electricität. Nebst einer neuen Vorrede von dem Nutzen der Electricität. Zweyte Auflage, mit neuen Versuchen und Instrumenten vermehret.

      Erfurt, J. H. Nonne, (1746).. 8 Bll., 112 S.. Mit 3 gefalteten Kupfern. 8°. Leder d. Z. auf 5 Bünden.. Angebunden: Winkler, Johann Heinrich: Die Eigenschaften der Electrischen Materie und des Electrischen Feuers aus verschiedenen neuen Versuchen erkläret, und, nebst etlichen Neuen Maschinen zum Electrisieren, beschrieben. Leipzig, Breitkopf, 1745. EA. Mit 7 gefalteten Kupfern. 14 Bll., 164 S.. Angebunden: Ders.: Gedanken von den Eigenschaften, Wirkungen und Ursachen der Electricität, nebst einer Beschreibung zwo neuer Maschinen. Leipzig, Breitkopf, 1744. EA. 16 Bll., 168 S.. Von den fortlaufend numerierten 7 Kupfern gehören die ersten 3 zu den "Eigenschaften", die anderen zu den "Gedanken". Sie zeigen Instrumente, Maschinen etc.. Oberes Kapital beidseitig angeplatzt; Rückenvergoldung oxydiert; Vorsätze leimschattig; 2. Titel etwas knapp beschnitten; einige Kupfer verfaltet und dadurch angerändert; teils etwas stockfleckig und gebräunt; 2 hs. Glossen (in Deutsch). A. Gordon, aus herzoglichem Haus (1712 in Cofforach - 1751 Erfurt), kam 1724 nach Deutschland und war Professor für Physik in Erfurt. Vorliegende Arbeit erschien ein Jahr nach der engl. und zeitgleichen dt. Ausgabe (beide Erfurt). Poggendorff I, 928. J. H. Winkler, 1703 Wingendorf - 1770 Leipzig, seit 1750 o. Professor für Physik in Leipzig. Poggendorff II, 1337. Provenienz: Exemplar aus der Bibliothek des Schlosses Dux, mit deren hs. Besitzvermerk auf Titelei. Auf Dux verbrachte Giacomo Casanova seine letzten Lebensjahre (1785-1798) als Bibliothekar des Grafen Waldstein.

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        Nova Anhaltini Principatus Tabula. Colorierter Kupferstich

      . Schenkii, Amsterdam, 1746. Maße: 60 cm x 47 cm. Unter Passepartut, hinter Glas gerahmt mit goldverziehrter Leiste. - Anhalt und angrenzende Gebiete. Mit Titelkartusche u. Deutschen Meilenanzeiger. Am unteren Rand eine gestalteter Landschaftskulisse mit enem Vermessungsingeniour

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        Vindiciae Celticae.

      Typis Emanuelis Thurnisii,, Basileae, 1746 - Basileae, Typis Emanuelis Thurnisii, 1746. 23x18 cm. 6 Bl., 140 S., 2 Bl. Index. Lederband der Zeit mit Rückenetikett. Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe des bedeutenden Gelehrten, Wissenschaftlers, politischen Vermittlers, Professors an der Universität Strassburgs und Lehrers Goethes, Johann Daniel Schöpflin (1694-1771). "Bei mehreren Reisen durch Frankreich, Italien, England, Holland sowie durch das Reich und Teile der Habsburger Monarchie 1726-38 knüpfte S. zahlreiche Kontakte mit Vertretern der europ. Gelehrtenrepublik (u. a. Montfaucon, Fontenelle, Ch. Wolff, Gottsched, v. Haller, Mascov, v. Zurlauben, Bodmer, Breitinger, Muratori, Vitriarius, Sloane, Arckenholtz) und wurde in mehrere Akademien aufgenommen.Schöpflins gute Beziehungen nach Versailles, aber auch zu Fürsten und Klöstern am Rhein ermöglichten ihm Zugang zu Archiven, die anderen Zeitgenossen verschlossen blieben. Seine Geschichte des Elsaß (Alsatia Illustrata, 2 Bde., 1751/61) und Badens (Historia Zaringo-Badensis, 7 Bde., 1763-66) gehen auf systematische Quellenerschließung zurück. In diesem Sinne kann S. als ein Vorläufer und Wegbereiter der Geschichtswissenschaft des 19. Jh. angesehen werden.Als Mittler des wissenschaftlichen Austauschs in Europa, v. a. zwischen Frankreich, Deutschland und der Schweiz, entfaltete S. eine umfangreiche Korrespondenz und beriet seit 1753 Voltaire bei der Ausarbeitung der „Annales de l'Empire" sowie bei der Erstellung von Artikeln zu Diderots „Encyclopédie". Er brachte in Straßburg eine ca. 10 000 Bände umfassende Privatbibliothek zusammen (Im Krieg 1870/71 zusammen mit dem schriftlichen Nachlass vernichtet) und richtete ein archäologisches Museum ein.Ein literarisches Porträt des Gelehrten findet sich bei Goethe, der 1770/71 in Straßburg studierte, in „Dichtung und Wahrheit". - (Ecken bestossen, Kapital unten mit kl. Anriss, Einband leicht berieben, sauberes gutes Exemplar). Sprache: Lateinisch Lederband der Zeit mit Rückenetikett. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ausführlich- und eigentlicher Bericht Der Wunder-vollen Histori, Welche Sich bald nach Anfang des dreyzehnden Christlichen Saeculi, oder Jahr-Hundert / in Unter-Oesterreich zu Corneuburg / in eines Juden Behausung allda Mit dem Allerheilig- und Hochwürdigsten Sacrament des Altars hat zugetragen... Nunmehro das sechste mal in den Druck gegeben

      Wien, gedruckt bey Gregori Kurtzböck, 1746.. Mit gest. Frontispiz und 17 Kupfertafeln (teils mit Gutwein signiert). 4 Bll., 96 S. Kleisterpapierbezogener Holzdeckelband d. Zt. Hayn, Ritualmorde und Hostienfrevel 51; Wertheimer, Die Juden in Oesterreich I, 150 (beide mit dieser Auflage). - Ãœber KVK nur ein Exemplar dieser sechsten Auflage in der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek nachweisbar; dort auch ein Expl. der fünften Aufl. (1718), frühere Auflagen oder Exemplar sind über KVK nicht nachweisbar. - Bearbeitung des lateinischen Manuskripts "Tractatus de hostia mirifica", das dem Zisterziensermönch Ambroius de Sancta Cruce, oder Ambrosius von Heiligenkreuz zugeschrieben wird. (s. Stiftsbibliothek Klosterneuburg, Stiftsbibl. 825, ff. 2-15). Der Kleriker wurde beauftragt einen Bericht über eine angebliche Hostienschändung durch die Juden von Korneuburg zu untersuchen. In seinem Bericht versuchte der Kirchenmann eine möglichst ausgeglichene Darstellung der Ereignisse zu schildern und zweifelte an der Schuld der Juden, die auch zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt entlastet wurden. Trotzdem entwickelte sich Korneuburg zu einem populären Wallfahrtsort. Die Illustrationen sind nach Gemälden des 17. Jahrhunderts und zeigen die verschiedenen Formen des sog. Hostienfrevels und die wundersame Errettung der Hostien. Die vorliegende, bis ins 20. Jahrhundert verbreitete, stark antisemitische Druckschrift weicht wohl erheblich von dem Manuskript des Ambrosius ab. - Einband beschabt. Rücken mit kleiner Fehlstelle. Durchgehend im Schnitt leicht wasserrandig und mit kleinen Wurmlöchern.

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        Vindiciae Celticae.

      Basileae, Typis Emanuelis Thurnisii, 1746.. 23x18 cm. 6 Bl., 140 S., 2 Bl. Index. Lederband der Zeit mit Rückenetikett.. Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe des bedeutenden Gelehrten, Wissenschaftlers, politischen Vermittlers, Professors an der Universität Strassburgs und Lehrers Goethes, Johann Daniel Schöpflin (1694-1771). "Bei mehreren Reisen durch Frankreich, Italien, England, Holland sowie durch das Reich und Teile der Habsburger Monarchie 1726-38 knüpfte S. zahlreiche Kontakte mit Vertretern der europ. Gelehrtenrepublik (u. a. Montfaucon, Fontenelle, Ch. Wolff, Gottsched, v. Haller, Mascov, v. Zurlauben, Bodmer, Breitinger, Muratori, Vitriarius, Sloane, Arckenholtz) und wurde in mehrere Akademien aufgenommen...Schöpflins gute Beziehungen nach Versailles, aber auch zu Fürsten und Klöstern am Rhein ermöglichten ihm Zugang zu Archiven, die anderen Zeitgenossen verschlossen blieben. Seine Geschichte des Elsaß (Alsatia Illustrata, 2 Bde., 1751/61) und Badens (Historia Zaringo-Badensis, 7 Bde., 1763-66) gehen auf systematische Quellenerschließung zurück. In diesem Sinne kann S. als ein Vorläufer und Wegbereiter der Geschichtswissenschaft des 19. Jh. angesehen werden...Als Mittler des wissenschaftlichen Austauschs in Europa, v. a. zwischen Frankreich, Deutschland und der Schweiz, entfaltete S. eine umfangreiche Korrespondenz und beriet seit 1753 Voltaire bei der Ausarbeitung der "Annales de l'Empire" sowie bei der Erstellung von Artikeln zu Diderots "Encyclopedie". Er brachte in Straßburg eine ca. 10 000 Bände umfassende Privatbibliothek zusammen (Im Krieg 1870/71 zusammen mit dem schriftlichen Nachlass vernichtet) und richtete ein archäologisches Museum ein...Ein literarisches Porträt des Gelehrten findet sich bei Goethe, der 1770/71 in Straßburg studierte, in "Dichtung und Wahrheit". - (Ecken bestossen, Kapital unten mit kl. Anriss, Einband leicht berieben, sauberes gutes Exemplar). (Sprache: Lateinisch)

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        El Patan De Caravanchel, a Quien En El Siglo Passado dió Muerte La Malicia, Oy Resucitado, à Impulsos Del Gozo, Escrive al Rey Nuestro Señor (que Dios Guarde ) El Siguiente Romance. Sigue: Soneto a La Reyna Nuestra Señora. Al fin: Se hallará En La (*)

      Sin Lugar, 1746 (BNE) - (*) Librería de Alfonso Vindel, Puerta del Sol, frente de la fuente. 3 hojas a doble columna. Al fin, una xilografía. Según Rogers 1977, p. 349, el Patán de Caravanchel es seud. de Juan de Oviedo y Squarzafigo, de nombre religioso Fr. Juan de la Concepción. El texto alude a la proclamación de Fernando VI, 1746. =Fray Juan de la Concepción Oviedo y Monroy, según otros Oviedo Monroy y Portocarrero o, como el propio autor firmaba, Juan de la Concepción Oviedo Monroy y Escuazafigo (Madrid, 1702 - Huelves, provincia de Cuenca, 1753), fraile carmelita, luego trinitario, erudito y poeta español, que usaba los pseudónimos de Martín Ceverio, El patán de Carabanchel o El poeta oculto. Size: 8º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tratado juridico-politico sobre Pressas de Mar y calidades que deben concurrir para hacerse legitimamente el Corso

      1746 - The most significant treatise on privateering written in Spain. N.d. [1746]. N.p. [Seville]. In 4to (195 mm x 140 mm). 1 [blank] + 27 ff. + 335 + 1 [blank]. Contemporary calf, very discrete, no lettering piece nor title stamped on spine, only simple tooling, mostly faded, head and foot worn but overall very good. An excellent copy, in its original condition, with full margins and very crisp paper. First edition[?]. Without doubt, Abreu´s is of the most significant treatises on privateering ever made in Spain; its scope encompasses the entirety of the subject, compiling the available regulation at the time and including his own views on the subject. There were three editions published in 1746, for which no priority is known: the printing locations were Madrid, Cadiz and this one, presumably Seville. Palau attributes this to the printer A. de Barreda of Seville. "This valuable work, which is much less known in this country than it deserves to be was translated into French" (McCulloch p. 127). There is little to be found on the life of Abreu (1722-1766), except that he was Ambassador to France in the mid 18th century and that he was also author of other treatises on navigation and sea-affairs. We are only able to trace one copy having sold at auction, in 2006, in the last 50 years. However, the book is well represented in institutions in Spain, with over 20 copies, not so outside of Spain. Palau, 1009. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Istoria ecclesiastica. (Segue:) BECCHETTI F.A. Continuazione, dal secolo VII della Chiesa al secolo XIV.

      - Roma, Pagliarini, Giunchi, 1746-1785 voll. 31, in-4 (su 38: mancano i volumi VII, XII, XXI alla prima serie, i volumi III, IV, X, XVII alla seconda), piena pergamena coeva, tagli marmorizzati. Un volume con lieve mancanza al dorso. Nel 1788 uscì una terza ed ultima serie (Becchetti F.A. Istoria degli ultimi quattro secoli della Chiesa, Roma 1788-1798) in 12 volumi, che qui non è presente. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Petri d'Ebulo carmen de motibus Siculis et rebus inter Henricum VI. et Tancredum seculo XII. Gestis. Nunc primum è msc. Codice Bibliothecae publicae bernensis erutum, notisque cùm critici tùm Historicis illustratum, cum Figuris edidit Samuel Engel.

      Typis Emanuelis Thurnisii,, Basileae, 1746 - Basileae, Typis Emanuelis Thurnisii, 1746. 23x18 cm. 6 Bl., 159 S., 4 Bl. Index, 8 gefaltete Kupfertafeln sowie mehrere gestochene Titelanfänge, Initialen, Anfang und Schlussleisten. Lederband der Zeit über 5 Bünden, etwas Rückenvergoldung. Einband berieben, Kapitale mit kleinen Beschädigungen. Innen teils gebräunt, sehr gutes Exemplar. Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe mit allen Tafeln. Komplett. - Bericht über die staufische Eroberung Siziliens und den Konflikt zwischen Kaiser Heinrich VI. und Tankred von Lecce, 1195 in Distichen verfasst. Das Werk ist in einer einzigen illustrierten Handschrift erhalten (Original in der Burgerbibliothek Bern. Codex 120 II), die jeweils eine Seite Text einer Seite Illustration gegenüberstellt. Die Ereignisse sind häufig in mehreren Registern übereinander dargestellt. - Literatur: M. Stähli, in Petrus de Ebulo, Liber ad honorem Augusti sive de rebus Siculis. Codex 120 II der Burgerbibliothek Bern, Sigmaringen 1994, pp. 34-246 mit Bildbeschreibungen. - E. Winkelmann, Des Magisters Petrus de Ebulo Liber ad honorem Augusti, nach der Originalhandschrift, Leipzig 1874. - M. Stähli, Stolzer Berner Besitz. Die Bibliotheca Bongarsiana und eine ihrer berühmtesten Handschriften, der Codex des Petrus de Ebulo, Berner Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Heimatkunde, 56, 1994, pp. 229-242. Sprache: Lateinisch Einband berieben, Kapitale mit kleinen Beschädigungen. Innen teils gebräunt, sehr gutes Exemplar. Lederband der Zeit über 5 Bünden, etwas Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Amerique Suivant Le R.P.Charlevoix Jte, Mr de la Condamine, et Plusieurs autres Nouv.le Observations.

      1746 - Paris, c.1746. Original colour with additions. 495 x 630mm. Small repairs. The Americas, using the mapping of Charlevoix in Canada (including a North West Passage) and Condamine in Peru.

      [Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps]
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        Extraordinary Events the Doings of God, and marvellous in pious Eyes. Illustrated in a Sermon at the South Church in Boston, N.E. on the General Thanksgiving, Thursday, July 18, 1745.

      Edinburgh: R. Fleming and Company, 1746. - 8vo., (7 ¾ x 4 ¾ inches). (One or two pale stains). Woodcut headpieces and initials. Later full dark blue calf, red morocco gilt letter piece to the spine, inner dentelles, all edges gilt. Provenance: From the library of Frank C. Deering (1866-1936), with his bookplate to the front pastedown. Second edition. A clean copy with distinguished provenance. "Often compared to the Reverend Cotton Mather because of his capacity for knowledge and interest in history, Thomas Prince was one of Boston's most popular clergymen. Born in Sandwich, Massachusetts, he graduated from Harvard College in 1707. After travelling to Barbados and England, Prince was ordained as the minister of Boston's Old South Church in 1718 and continued in that post until his death. Prince 'favored the introduction of singing by note, cut down the number of sermons and.was always a strong advocate of toleration.' He once said: 'I am for leaving every one to the Freedom of Worshipping according to the Light of his Conscience; and for extending Charity to every one who receives the Gospel as the Rule of his Faith and Love'" (American Antiquarian Society online). Sabin 65596; Lande 2089. For more information about this book, or a warm welcome to see it and other books in our library at 72nd Street, NYC, please contact Megan Scauri, M.A., M.L.S., in the Rare Book Department. Bookseller Inventory #72MMS107. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Amstelodami: Sumptibus Jacobi Wetstenii, 1746. Half-title, portrait, frontis engr. [30], 731pp., addenda; catalogue, 666p, index. Blank at front and back of each. Very good two volumes, 27 x 43cm. Elephant folio. Half leather and red boards. Gilt title to spine with patterned in gilt compartments. Marbled endpapers. Greek and Latin Parallel text. Title page with title in Greek at head. Clean throughout. Bindings tight and square. Boards, edges and and joints expertly touched up. A very good set. . Very Good. Elephant Folio.

      [Bookseller: Karol Krysik Books, IOBA]
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        Heures Nouvelles dédiées à Madame La Dauphine

      chez l' Auteur s.d. (1746 c.) SENAULT, Louis. Paris, chez l' Auteur, s.d. (1746 c.). In - 8°, marrocchino verde alle armi, fregi filettature, merletti e tagli dorati., (4), 260 pp. Il testo, interamente inciso in rame, è ricco di illustrazioni a piena pagina., testate, lettere orn. e finali. Gli elementi decorativi più varii, delle vedutine paesaggistiche ai simboli religiosi e di fantasia da saggio calligrafo, si fondono in una mirabile composizione tipografica di gusto e finezza incomparabili. Reynaud, Notes sur les Livres à Gravures du XVIII s., 233 - 34. Stupendo esemplare. Scheda provvisoria.

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        Der Koran, Oder insgemein so genannte Alcoran des Mohammeds, Unmittelbahr aus dem Arabischen Original in das Englische übersetzt, und mit beygefügten, aus dem bewährten Commentatoribus genommenen Erklärungs-Noten, Wie auch einer Vorläuffigen Einleitung versehen von George Sale [...]. Aufs treulichste wieder ins Teutsche verdollmetscht von Theodor Arnold. -

      Lemgo: Johann Heinrich Meyer 1746,. 4 Bll., xxviii, 232, 1 Falttafel, 693 Seiten, 19 nicht paginierte Seiten (Register), H(Ldr.-)Bd. der Zeit, marmorierte Deckel, farbiger Blattschnitt, 22,5 x 18 cm. Deutsche Ãœbersetzung des Koran. - Die Tafel zeigt eine "Genealogische Tabelle der Stämme der ächten Arabier". - Der Einband ist restaurierungsbedürftig (fehlender Rücken, der vordere Deckel fast lose, das fliegende Vorsatzblatt und das Titelblatt lose - die Bindung sonst fest). Berieben und bestoßen, insgesamt etwas fleckig und angerändert. Innen sonst gutes Exemplar und insgesamt von guter Substanz..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn]
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        Blick auf das Amphitheater mit dem Eisernen Mann i.Vgr. ('De Fonteinen, en het Amphitheater, te zien achter de Statute, genaamd de Yzerc Man - La Fontaine et l'Amphitheatre, regardes du cote de la Statue de Fer.').

      . Kupferstich v. Hendrik Spilman n. Jan de Beyer, dat. 1746 ersch. 1747, 25 x 40,5. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Gesamtans., i. Vgr. 2 Allegorien, links Apollo, rechts Clio.

      . Kupferstich aus Schauplatz d. 93 Städte, 1746, 13 x 15,7. Sehr seltene Ausgabe b. Deer in Leipzig. Die Ansicht plattengleich mit dem reisenden Chineser, jedoch mit neuer Paginierung ( oben mittig Nr. 69)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Auxilia historica, oder Behülff Zu den historischen und dazu erforderlichen Wissenschaften

      Stadt am Hof bei Regensburg, Johann Gastl, 1746-48.. 11 Bde. (8 Haupt- u. 3 Suppl.-Bde. - alles Erschienene). Mit doppels. Kupfertitel u. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz (Bd. 1) und insgesamt 115 Taf. (41 gefalt. Karten u. Stadtplänen, 39 Wappenkupfern, 6 gefalt. Stammtaf. u. 25 Kupfertaf. zu verschiedenen geogr. od. histor. Themen). Kl.-8°. Ldr. d. Zt. (meist auf 4 Bünden u. m. dreiseit. Rotschnitt) m. Rückenschild (leicht berieben u. bestoßen, mehrere Einbände m. Wurmspuren a. d. Oberfläche oder sonstigen kl. Fehlstellen).. Der Benediktiner und Universalgelehrte Anselm Desing (Amberg 1699 - 1772 Ensdorf) setzte sich für aufklärerische Pädagogik ein und gegen eine Lehrmethode, die sich auf reine Scholastik stützt. Nach der Lehrtätigkeit am Gymnasium in Freising, promovierte er in Philosophie in Salzburg und begann an der dortigen Benediktiner-Universität mit Vorlesungen zur Poesie, Mathematik, Geschichte und Ethik. 1743 gab er nach heftigen Anfeindungen wegen seiner Kritik an der Scholastik die Professur auf. Er zog sich nach Kremsmünster zurück, ohne aber sein pädagogisches Wirken aufzugeben. Seine "Auxilia", die dort entstanden, lesen sich wie ein Handbuch zur Förderung der Allgemeinbildung, in erster Linie aber wie ein modernes, interdisziplinäres Lehrbuch für Gymnasien, wie sie in dieser Zeit nur selten vorkamen. Die meisten Karten wurden vom Verfasser selbst gezeichnet und decken hauptsächlich die Länder des Deutsch-Römischen Reiches mit seinen europ. .u nahöstl. Nachbarn ab. - Mit ganzseit. gest. Wappen-Exlibris des 18. Jhs. in mehreren Bänden. Innen nur teilweise etwas gebräunt od. stockfl., selten m. leichtem Wasserrand, die Wappenkupfer manchmal eng beschnitten. Insgesamt noch gut erhaltene Bände. - Kollation der Seiten und Blätter: Bd. 1: 4 Bl., 928 S., 12 Bl.; Bd. 2: 640S.; Bd. 3: 928 S., 31 Bl.; Bd. 4: 743 S., 15 Bl.; Bd. 5: 679 S., 32 S.; Bd. 6: 719 S., 12 Bl.; Bd. 7: 832 S., 34 Bl., 40 Bl.; Bd. 8: 888 S., 36 Bl. ; Die Supplementbände: 663 S., 15 Bl.; 640 S., 12 Bl.; 615 S., 16 Bl.

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        Plan de la Baye et Port de Mayorque.

      1746 - Paris?, 1732-46. 300 x 465mm. An uncommon chart of the bay of Palma de Mallorca, engraved by Louis Corne for Ayrouard's 'Recueil de Plusiers Plans des Ports et Rades et de Quelque Cartes Particulieres de la Mer Mediterranée'. What little is known about Ayrouard comes from the text of this sea atlas: he describes himself as 'Royal pilot of the King’s Galleys', who drew these charts on voyages undertaken in this role. The engraver, Louis Corne, is not known to have worked on any other maps other than this series.

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        Angola, Histoire Indienne. Ouvrage sans vrai-semblance

      Agra" (Paris): avec Privilege du Grand Mogol, 1746. Two volumes in one, octavo; some spots but a very good copy in contemporary French mottled calf, spine gilt, crimson label, a few bumps. Not known to Strabo or Ptolemy. 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.

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