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        THE VANITY OF HUMAN WISHES. THE TENTH SATIRE OF JUVENAL, IMITATED.

      Printed for R. Dodsley, London 1749 - 28pp. Quarto. Modern three quarter black morocco, lettered in gilt. Carefully calligraphed early ownership signature on title leaf ("John Costman"), early acquisition inscription at base of title, some minor foxing along the top edge, and faint old floral offset to gutters of first two leaves, outer margins slightly darkened, but a very good, crisp copy. First edition (and sole separate lifetime printing) of the first literary work to which Johnson saw fit to affix his name. It was published on 9 January, and the early acquisition inscription records: "Bot 24 Feb: 1748 [sic] pd: 1s/." COURTNEY & SMITH, p.20. CHAPMAN & HAZEN, p. 130. ROTHSCHILD 1233. FLEEMAN 49.1VW/1. HAYWARD 163.

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        ART DE LA GUERRE, PAR PRINCIPES ET RÈGLES

      CHEZ CHARLES-ANTOINE JOMBERT, PARIS - Páginas: Tomo I - 411 Tomo II - 547 Año: 1749 Medidas: 26 x 20 cm. Ilustraciones o Grabados: Si Fotografías: No Tapa: Piel [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE HISTORY OF TOM JONES, A FOUNDLING

      Printed for A. Millar, London 1749 - Six volumes. lxii,[2(errata)],214,[blank]; [2],324; [2],370,[blank]; [2],312; [2],294; [2],304pp. 12mo. Contemporary calf, neatly rebacked to style, raised bands, gilt labels. Engraved armorial bookplate in each volume ("E Cura Quies" signed AB), offset to margins of prelims and endleaves from binding, small red ink smudge on title of volume 6, otherwise a very good set. First edition of Fielding's masterpiece, and one of the key 18th century novels. The first edition consisted of 2000 copies, and these were virtually all spoken for prior to the formal day of publication. The copies of the first edition are distinguished, as here, by the presence of the page of errata following the table of contents in the first volume. The errata were corrected and the page taken over by the enlargement of the contents in the unmarked second edition of 1500 copies, which was ordered after the first edition was exhausted. Both editions were in circulation on the formal publication day of 28 February. This set exhibits the usual cancels as noted in Rothschild, and B5 in volume VI is unsigned. CROSS III:317. ROTHSCHILD 850-1. GROLIER ENGLISH HUNDRED 48. NCBEL II:930. ESTC T1947.

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        Arte magica dileguata. Lettera del Signor Marchese Maffei al Padre Innocente Ansaldi dell'Ordine de' Predicatori.

      Agostino Carattoni. 4to (260x190 mm); legatura moderna in cartone antico, con dorso in carta marmorizzata, guardie in carta bianca; pp. 51, (1 b.); frontespizio a caratteri neri con vignetta; testatina e capolettera ornati incisi in legno, macchioline alle prime carte. Edizione originale in barbe di quest'opera che inaugura una triade di testi dedicati dall'autore alla magia ed alla stregoneria: Arte magica dileguata (1749), Arte magica distrutta (1750) e Arte magica annichilata (1754). L'autore partecipò al dibattito di stampo illuminista riguardo al rapporto tra magia e religione: egli intervenne con questo testo, in cui mise in evidenza l'incompatibilità del cristianesimo ormai illuminato con la persistenza della magia. L'opera rispondeva polemicamente alla pubblicazione dello stesso anno del neo-platonista Tartarotti (De Congresso Notturno della Lammie) che secondo il Maffei non si spingeva abbastanza a fondo nella battaglia contro l'irrazionalità. Scipione Maffei (forme varianti: Pindemonte, Desiderato e Brenteatico, Orillo)(1675-1755), erudito, letterato, in Arcadia come poeta, nato e morto a Verona. Prov.: Indicazione d'appartenenza su etichetta incollata in basso a sinistra al contropiatto ant. (Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum). Rif.: IT\ICCU\NAPE\013822. OCLC, 231070317. Cond.: Opera completa, in perfette condizioni generali. -- ORIGINAL EDITION OF THIS WORK WHICH INAUGURATES A TRIAD OF TEXTS DEDICATED BY THE AUTHOR TO MAGIC AND WITCHCRAFT TOPICS. Francis Scipio Maffei (1675-1755), the playwright of Merope and La Ceremonia , was a man of letters well loved by his fellow Veronese. He was known for his travels to England and around the European continent in search of antique medals, intaglios, and cameos and his lavish yet inexpensive parties. This essay is one of those engendered by the controversy about Tartarotti's De Congresso Notturno della Lammie. Tartarotti, an Italian neo-platonist, published a history of witch-beliefs from antiquity to the present (1749). Tartarotti found a survival of the Diana cult in the witches and criticized Del Rio and other witchcraft authors. For Maffei, Tartarotti did not go far enough in attacking the rationality of the witchcraft belief. Maffei's three contributions to the witchcraft controversy were the Arte magica dileguata (1749), Arte magica distrutta (1750) and the Arte magica annichilata (1754). Complete copy, in perfect condition.

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        Psalterium Romanum dispositum per hebdomadam ad normam breviarii. Ex decreto sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restituti, S. Pii V. Pontificis Maxima iussu editi, et Clementis VIII ac Urbani VIII. Auctoritate recogniti; cum omnibus, quae pro Psalmis, Hymnis, Antiphonis, tam beattae Mariae virginis, quam Desunctorum, ac Responsoriis, ceterisque in Diurno, Officio modulandis necessaria sunt, praecipua cura emendatum, & excussum. Editio Omnium Optima, in qua cuncta suis locis disposita, & notas Musicas ab innumeris mendis expurgatas, ac politiori stylo accomodatas invenies.

      Venetiis (Venedig), Ex Typographia Balleoniana, 1749. Groß-Folio. 47 cm. Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, 453 Seiten. Pergamentband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit reicher Rollen- und Plattenblindprägung sowie 10 Messingbeschlägen und Metall-/Lederschließen. Isabella Piccini, geboren 1644 in Venedig, gestorben am 29. April 1734 ebenda. Italienische Kupferstecherin. Antonio Zanchi, geboren 1631, gestorben 1722. Psalter in der Ausführung von Isabella Piccini und Antonio Zanchi, gestochene Druckermarke auf Titel von Zanchi / Piccini. Druck in Rot und Schwarz, Initialen und Notenlinien in Rot, quadratische Noten und übriger Text in Schwarz gedruckt. Mit zahlreichen Fingerregistern. Einband wenig berieben, Vorsätze erneuert, Besitzerstempel auf Innendeckel und verso Titel. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar in kräftigem Druck. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Andachtsbuch, Gebetbuch / prayer book; Gesangbuch / religious songbook

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        De l'esprit des loix

      Barillot, & fils [Durand]| 1749 - - Barillot, & fils [Durand], A Genève [Paris] s.d. (1749), in-4 (19x25cm), (8) XXIV, 522pp. (1) et (4) XVI, 564pp., 2 volumes reliés (18,8x25,1cm). - Seconde édition dans l'ordre des publications. Contrefaçon parisienne parue en janvier 1749 (elle aurait été imprimée par Prault), L'originale, d'une rareté insigne, datant, elle, d'octobre 1748. Cette contrefaçon se distingue par quelques points : elle reproduit les mêmes erreurs de paginations dans la préface que dans l'édition originale. L'adresse ne comporte qu'un R à Barillot. Il doit se trouver un feuillet d'errata en fin du tome I, détail qui atteste de la première émission de cette seconde édition. Bien que rare, cette contrefaçon se trouve bien plus aisément que l'édition princeps de 1748 qui fut essentiellement vendue en Angleterre. Reliures de l'époque en pleine basane brune, dos à cinq nerfs ornés de caissons et fleurons dorés, pièces de titre de maroquin rouge, triples filets à froid en encadrement des plats, roulettes dorées sur les coupes, toutes tranches rouges. Trois coiffes et plusieurs coins habilement restaurés. Livre emblématique et phare du XVIIIe siècle, L'esprit des lois, c'est à dire les principes et les tendances par lesquels se font les lois, aura une influence déterminante sur la vie politique, et sera un guide pour la rédaction de la constitution de 1791 et de celle des États-Unis. La thèse générale de Montesquieu (1689- 1755), c'est que les lois ne sont pas seulement une création des hommes - L'esprit des lois c'est "les divers rapports des lois avec diverses choses" - mais que les causes qui les forment sont multiples ; il y a donc des causes physiques (le climat), des causes morales (religion, moeurs.) ; de plus une justice primitive est à l'origine des lois ; il y a donc bien un esprit des lois. Mais le livre n'est pas seulement un traité de l'esprit qui anime les lois, c'est avant tout un traité des gouvernements et surtout, de la liberté. Bien que le livre fût beaucoup lu, il fut accueillit avec une certaine froideur (par les philosophes, qui ne reconnaissaient pas en Montesquieu un des leurs et lui reprochaient son conservatisme) et beaucoup de critiques (de la part des ecclésiastiques). Ex-libris manuscrit : Madame de Dumesnil. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] Second edition in the order of publications. Parisian counterfeit published in January 1749 (it would have been printed by Prault), The original, a rarity badge, dating, she, October 1748. This counterfeit is distinguished by a few points: it reproduces the same mistakes pagination in the preface only in the first edition. The address has only one R in Barillot. There must be a sheet of errata at the end of Volume I, a detail that attests to the first issue of this second edition. Although rare, this counterfeit is much more easily than the first edition of 1748 which was mainly sold in England. Binders of the time in full brown sheepskin, back with five nerves adorned with boxes and gilded florets, pieces of red morocco title, triple cold nets framing boards, golden wheels on the cuts, all red slices. Three headdresses and several cleverly restored corners. Iconic book and lighthouse of the eighteenth century, The spirit of laws, ie the principles and trends by which laws are made, will have a determining influence on political life, and will be a guide for the drafting of the constitution of 1791 and that of the United States. The general thesis of Montesquieu (1689-1755) is that laws are not only a creation of men - the spirit of laws is "the various relations of laws with various things" - but that the causes which they are numerous; there are therefore physical causes (climate), moral causes (religion, morals .); moreover, a primitive justice is at the origin of the laws; so there is a spirit of laws. But the book is not only a treatise of the spirit which animates the laws, it is before all a treaty of the governments and especially, of the freedom. Although the book was wid [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Figure de la Terre, Déterminée par les Observations de Messieurs Bouguer, & de la Condamine. . . pour observer aux environs de l¿ Equateur. Avec une Relation abregée de ce Voyage, qui contient la description du Pays dans lequel les Opérations ont été faites.

      Charles-Antoine Jombert, Paris 1749 - 4to (254 x 188 mm). [24], cx, [2], 394, [2] pp. Woodcut device on title, engraved head-pieces, woodcut initials and tail-pieces, 9 folding engraved plates including one of Peruvian profiles and another entitled Carte des Triangles de la Meridienne de Quito, errata leaf at end. With the cancel leaves A1, N4, Y4 and Ll3. Contemporary French mottled calf, spine richly gilt in compartments and with gilt-lettered red morocco llabel, marbled endpapers, red-dyed edges (joints of binding partly split, extremities rubbed, corners bumped and scuffed). Two small stains to title, occasional very light mainly marginal spotting, but generally a very clean and crisp copy. Provenance: Jean-Baptiste de Secondat baron de La Brède (1716-1796), eldest son of Charles de Seconat Montesquieu (signature to title-page); Giancarlo Beltrame Library. A near fine copy with interesting provenance. ---- Norman 285; Sabin 6876; DSB II, p.343. FIRST EDITION of the most important work to issue from the Peruvian expedition of 1735-1744, undertaken by the French Academie Royale des Sciences with the goal of measuring an arc of the meridian near the equator, resulting in the determination of the shape of the earth as an oblate spheroid. Bouguer quarrelled with his fellow scientists on the expedition, La Condamine and Godin, and thus published his own report separately. "Bouguer's work on the expedition. . . was of high quality. Apart from the main geodetic program, he did an astonishing amount of other scientific work, measuring the dilatation of various solids by making use of the large range of temperatures found in the Cordillera, investigating the phenomena of atmospheric refraction and the measurement of heights with the barometer, devising a new type of ship's log, and undertaking a number of other researches, despite the very difficult physical conditions under which the geodetic measurements had to be carried out" (DSB). - Visit our website for additional images and information. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CHRONICA DO SERENISSIMO SENHOR REI D. MANOEL

      - ESCRITA Por DAMIÃO DE GOES, E novamente dada a luz, e’ oferecida AO ILLUSTRISSIMO SENHOR D. RODRIGO ANTONIO DE NORONHA, E MENEZES, Capitão de Infantaria com o exercício de Ajudante das ordens do Mestre de Campo General da Corte, e Provincia da Estremadura, Filho dos Illustrissimos, e Excellentissimos Senhores Marquezes de Marialva; POR REINERIO BOCACHE. LISBOA, Na Officina de MIGUEL MANESCAL DA COSTA, Impressor do Santo Officio. M.DCC.XLIX. [1749]. In 4º (de 28,5x19,5 cm) com [8], 609 pags. Encadernação da época inteira de pele com ferros a ouro na lombada. Exemplar com oxidação natural do papel. Obra impressa a duas colunas. Palha Tomo III, 142 – 2830. Inocêncio II, 124 «A terceira edição da dita Chronica, conforme á antecedente, e que Barbosa não menciona, sahiu: Lisboa, na Offic. de Miguel Manescal da Costa 1749. fol. de VIII609 pag. - E pela quarta vez. Coimbra, na Offic. da Univ. 1790. 4.º 2 tomos. Os preços dos exemplares d'estas edições differem muito entre si, como facilmente se crê. - Da edição de 1566 sei que alguns se venderam de 8:000 a 10:800 réis. Os de 1619 regulavam ainda ha pouco de 2:400 a 3:600 réis. Os da terceira, 1749, que é a mais commum, não me consta que excedessem a 1:600 réis ». Language: Português / Portuguese Location/localizacao: M-15-A-7 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De l'esprit des loix

      Second edition in the order of publications. Parisian counterfeit published in January 1749 (it would have been printed by Prault), The original, a rarity badge, dating, she, October 1748. This counterfeit is distinguished by a few points: it reproduces the same mistakes pagination in the preface only in the first edition. The address has only one R in Barillot. There must be a sheet of errata at the end of Volume I, a detail that attests to the first issue of this second edition. Although rare, this counterfeit is much more easily than the first edition of 1748 which was mainly sold in England.Binders of the time in full brown sheepskin, back with five nerves adorned with boxes and gilded florets, pieces of red morocco title, triple cold nets framing boards, golden wheels on the cuts, all red slices. Three headdresses and several cleverly restored corners.Iconic book and lighthouse of the eighteenth century, The spirit of laws, ie the principles and trends by which laws are made, will have a determining influence on political life, and will be a guide for the drafting of the constitution of 1791 and that of the United States. The general thesis of Montesquieu (1689-1755) is that laws are not only a creation of men - the spirit of laws is "the various relations of laws with various things" - but that the causes which they are numerous; there are therefore physical causes (climate), moral causes (religion, morals ...); moreover, a primitive justice is at the origin of the laws; so there is a spirit of laws. But the book is not only a treatise of the spirit which animates the laws, it is before all a treaty of the governments and especially, of the freedom. Although the book was widely read, it was received with a certain coldness (by the philosophers, who did not recognize in Montesquieu one of theirs and reproached him for his conservatism) and many critics (on the part of the ecclesiastics). Ex-libris manuscript: Madame de Dumesnil. Barillot, & fils [Durand] A Genève [Paris] s.d. (1749) in-4 (19x25cm) (8) XXIV, 522pp. (1) et (4) XVI, 564pp. 2 volumes reliés (18,8x25,1cm)

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        Königlich Preussische Belehnung des Fürsten von Lobkowitz über das Fürstenthum Sagan in Schlesien.

      - Kupferstich aus Meßrelation, 1749, 31 x 36 Bibliographisch von mir nicht nachweisbar. Der Kupferstich ist zweigeteilt. Oben Darstellung einer Strasse ( Breite Strasse ?) mit hochherrschaftlichen Kutschen, darunter in einem Prunksaal ( des Schlosses ?) Darstellung der Belehnungsfeierlichkeiten durch den preuss. König Friedrich II am 7. Januar 1749. - Die Feier muß in Berlin stattgefunden haben, da im Tagebuch Friedrich des Großen diese Belehnung ( allerdings am 9.1. 1749) ausdrücklich erwähnt wird. - Das Kupferstich liegt lose in der Frankfurter Messrelation aus dem Jahre 1749.

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        A Charge Delivered to the Grand Jury, at the Sessions of the Peace Held for the City and Liberty of Westminster, &c. On Thursday the 29th of June, 1749. Published By Order of the Court, and at the unanimous Request of the Gentlemen of the Grand Jury

      Printed for A. Millar . . . in the Strand, London 1749 - Modern 3/4 calf over marbled boards, gilt lettered, the title somewhat browned and with a circular stain, else quite clean; the Taussig copy Arguably the most famous grand jury charge ever delivered, "a masterly and assured model of its kind", citing Bracton, Coke, Hale and Hawkins inter alia, and setting forth Fielding's views on the state of English society and its needed reforms [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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. Lower edge and corners very lightly rubbed; an excellent copy. With 2 folding plates at the end. 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). Adickes 17; Warda 1. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Governo generale di Sanità del Regno di Sicilia, e instruzioni del lazzaretto della città di Messina, per comandamento di s. r. m. disposti dalla suprema, e generale Diputazione alla salute e con la regale approvazione. [...] con la Pratica degli statuti formati nell'occasion della peste di Messina dell'anno 1743. Riordinati da Pietro la Placa [...].

      nella Nuova Stamperi de' SS. Appostoli presso Pietro Bentivenga, 1749. Folio (328x224 mm), contemporary full vellum binding, with gilt title on a leather label at spine; pp. [8], LX, XXXIII, 236. Beautiful and large chalcographic head- and final-pieces, and historiated initials, engraved by Orlando on drawings by Randazzo and Trisca. Rare edition, printed with great elegance on distinguished paper, of this collection of ordinances relating to the terrible plague that struck the city of Messina in 1743. That plague had halved the population, at the very beginning of the new regency by the Bourbon, who had returned to the harbor the old exemptions, giving a new impetus to the fragile local economy. The work is attributed to Carlo Antonio Broggia (see: Melzi, Dizz. anon.), but was collected and published by the historian La Placa from Palermo. The work is divided into three parts: the first part is a summary of the regulations and implemented ways to contain the spread of the epidemic in Messina during the centuries. The second part and the third instead report the documents relating to the establishment of the Supreme Magistrate (1575), which at that time had full powers, and all orders issued from 1743 on these occasions, as well as various documents, letters and the General Statutes for magistrates of the public health of the Kingdom of Sicily: these are provisions for purging of goods, fraud in health care licenses, information for sea quarantine hospitals, ships arriving from outside the kingdom etc. References: IT\ICCU\SBLE\010157 (8 copies). OCLC, 14330174 (1 copy in UK and 1 copy in USA), 493996279 (1 copy in France) and 804679304 (1 copy in Spain). Cat. Senato IV, 275-276; Narbone II, 165; Manca a Mira e Lozzi. Cond.: Presence of some ink spots at boards, but genuine wonderful copy printed in strong paper with wide margins, very fresh. A fine copy.

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        Leipzig. - Sammelblatt. - "Lipsiacae".

      - Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, koloriert, 1749. 40,5 x 40,8 cm (Darstellung ) / 52,0 x 61,5 cm (Blatt). In der Platte unten links betitelt, datiert und mit den Verlagsangaben versehen "Lipsiacae, 1749, In Officina Homanniana". Ferner mit den gestochenen Titeln der Teilansichten. - Opulentes Sammelblatt des Barock aus dem Hause Homann. Die Teildarstellungen zeigen: Rathausbibliothek, Thomaskirche, Georgen Hospital, Johannes Kirche, Nikolaikirche sowie die Häuser Ortel, Apel und Cather. Schöner Druck auf vollrandigem Bütten des 18. Jahrhunderts mit typischer Kolorierung. - Minimal fleckig. Etwas knitterspurig. Kleine Druckfalten. Mit der normalen Verlagsbugfalte. Im Ganzen wohl erhaltenes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Recherches sur l'origine des idées que nous avons de la Beauté & de la Vertu. En deux traités : Le premier, sur la Beauté, l'Ordre, l'Harmonie & le Dessein; Le second, sur le Bien & le Mal physique et moral. Traduit sur la Quatrième Edition Anglaise. (EXEMPLAIRE AUX ARMES DE CHARLES-EMMANUEL III ROI DE SARDAIGNE).

      - Amsterdam [i.e. Paris, Durand], 1749. 2 tomes reliés en un petit volume in-8, plein veau blond de l'époque, dos à 4 nerfs orné de caissons fleuronnés et cloisonnés, pièce de titre et de tomaison de maroquin havane et brun, chiffre couronné de Charles Emmanuel III doré au centre du premier plat, tranches peignées, (2) f. de faux-titre et titre, 16 p. de préface, 192 p. et (2) f., 389 (i.e. 385), (1) p. d'errata, (4) p. de table et avertissement, bandeaux de De Sève, gravés sur cuivre par Fessard. Edition originale, dans la traduction française par M.-A. Eidous, du premier ouvrage du philosophe initiateur de l’école écossaise, dans lequel Hutcheson développe la fameuse théorie du "sens moral". Précurseur de l’utilitarisme, cette oeuvre de philosophie morale et d'esthétique exerça une influence déterminante, notamment sur Hume, Kant et Adam Smith dont Hutcheson fut le professeur à Glasgow. Victor Cousin releva que la publication de cet ouvrage marquait "l’avènement de l’esthétique dans la philosophie européenne". (Conlon, 'Siècle des Lumières', 45:590. Jessop, p. 144). Petit défaut aux mors. Quelques petites épidermures. Exemplaire au chiffre couronné de Charles-Emmanuel III, duc de Savoie et roi de Sardaigne (1701-1773), dorés sur le plat supérieur. (Guigard, 'Nouvel armorial du bibliophile', I, p. 83 n°5). Despote éclairé, il introduisit d'importantes réformes de modernisation des institutions de ses Etats, entre autres l'organisation du cadastre, tache à laquelle fut employé Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Très bon exemplaire, frais, grand de marges. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Protogaea sive de prima facie telluris et antiquissimae Historiae Vestigiis in ipsis naturae monumentis dissertatio ex schedis manuscriptis.

      Göttingen: Johann Wilhelm Schmid, 1749. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (226 x 175 mm). [4], xxvi, [2], 86 pp., title printed in red and black and with engraved armorial vignette, 12 engraved plates (10 folding), without final blank L4. Contemporary polished calf, rebacked and corners repaired (upper joint a little cracked at foot, extremities rubbed), marbled endpapers. Title-page with paper flaws resulting in small hole (not affecting text), plate 1 with hole to fore-edge margin with loss to line border, closed tear to plates 2 & 5 without loss, light browning, minor spotting, dust-soiling to title-page. Still very good copy. ---- Norman 1328; Nissen BBI 2428; Ward & Carozzi 1358; Wellcome III, 482; Ravier 440; Hoover 521; Bibl. Dt. Mus., Libri rari 167. FIRST EDITION of this posthumous publication regarding the origin of the earth, originally written by the German polymath Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz in 1691-93 and edited by Christian Ludwig Scheidt, which led to further study on fossils and the evolutionary history of the earth. "Leibniz's 'Protogaea', along with Woodward's 'Essay toward a natural history of the earth', was the lineal descendent of Stensen's theories of sequential stratification and the organic origin of fossils" (Norman 1328). "Adopting a Cartesian explanation of the origin of the Earth as an incandescent globe, Leibniz postulated the consolidation of an original crust, the condensation of an initially universal ocean, and the subsequent deposition of a sequence of strata containing fossils, with the simultaneous diminution of the ocean by evaporation. The bulk of the essay was in fact devoted to the description and illustration of fossils, and to the demonstration of their organic origin, as a crucial part of his whole synthesis. The posthumous publication of 'Protogaea' in 1749 proved highly influential, for it provided a model of Earth-history that allowed for the organic origin of fossils, preserved Steno's and Woodward's understanding of strata as sequential deposits, and was conformable to both Scripture and reason. Its most important effect, however, was to make it possible for the different fossils embedded in successive strata to become evidence of the history of life itself, although that conclusion was not at first drawn in any detail" (Rudwick M.J.S., The Meaning of Fossils, Episodes in the History of Palaeontology. University of Chicago Press, 1976, p. 91). - Visit our website for additional images and information. Very Good.

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        La Figure de la Terre, Déterminée par les Observations de Messieurs Bouguer, & de la Condamine. . . pour observer aux environs de l' Equateur. Avec une Relation abregée de ce Voyage, qui contient la description du Pays dans lequel les Opérations ont été faites.

      Paris: Charles-Antoine Jombert, 1749. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (254 x 188 mm). [24], cx, [2], 394, [2] pp. Woodcut device on title, engraved head-pieces, woodcut initials and tail-pieces, 9 folding engraved plates including one of Peruvian profiles and another entitled Carte des Triangles de la Meridienne de Quito, errata leaf at end. With the cancel leaves A1, N4, Y4 and Ll3. Contemporary French mottled calf, spine richly gilt in compartments and with gilt-lettered red morocco llabel, marbled endpapers, red-dyed edges (joints of binding partly split, extremities rubbed, corners bumped and scuffed). Two small stains to title, occasional very light mainly marginal spotting, but generally a very clean and crisp copy. Provenance: Jean-Baptiste de Secondat baron de La Brède (1716-1796), eldest son of Charles de Seconat Montesquieu (signature to title-page); Giancarlo Beltrame Library. A near fine copy with interesting provenance. ---- Norman 285; Sabin 6876; DSB II, p.343. FIRST EDITION of the most important work to issue from the Peruvian expedition of 1735-1744, undertaken by the French Academie Royale des Sciences with the goal of measuring an arc of the meridian near the equator, resulting in the determination of the shape of the earth as an oblate spheroid. Bouguer quarrelled with his fellow scientists on the expedition, La Condamine and Godin, and thus published his own report separately. "Bouguer's work on the expedition. . . was of high quality. Apart from the main geodetic program, he did an astonishing amount of other scientific work, measuring the dilatation of various solids by making use of the large range of temperatures found in the Cordillera, investigating the phenomena of atmospheric refraction and the measurement of heights with the barometer, devising a new type of ship's log, and undertaking a number of other researches, despite the very difficult physical conditions under which the geodetic measurements had to be carried out" (DSB). - Visit our website for additional images and information. Near Fine.

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        Protogaea sive de prima facie telluris et antiquissimae Historiae Vestigiis in ipsis naturae monumentis dissertatio ex schedis manuscriptis.

      Johann Wilhelm Schmid, Göttingen 1749 - 4to (226 x 175 mm). [4], xxvi, [2], 86 pp., title printed in red and black and with engraved armorial vignette, 12 engraved plates (10 folding), without final blank L4. Contemporary polished calf, rebacked and corners repaired (upper joint a little cracked at foot, extremities rubbed), marbled endpapers. Title-page with paper flaws resulting in small hole (not affecting text), plate 1 with hole to fore-edge margin with loss to line border, closed tear to plates 2 & 5 without loss, light browning, minor spotting, dust-soiling to title-page. Still very good copy. ---- Norman 1328; Nissen BBI 2428; Ward & Carozzi 1358; Wellcome III, 482; Ravier 440; Hoover 521; Bibl. Dt. Mus., Libri rari 167. FIRST EDITION of this posthumous publication regarding the origin of the earth, originally written by the German polymath Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz in 1691-93 and edited by Christian Ludwig Scheidt, which led to further study on fossils and the evolutionary history of the earth. "Leibniz's 'Protogaea', along with Woodward's 'Essay toward a natural history of the earth', was the lineal descendent of Stensen's theories of sequential stratification and the organic origin of fossils" (Norman 1328). "Adopting a Cartesian explanation of the origin of the Earth as an incandescent globe, Leibniz postulated the consolidation of an original crust, the condensation of an initially universal ocean, and the subsequent deposition of a sequence of strata containing fossils, with the simultaneous diminution of the ocean by evaporation. The bulk of the essay was in fact devoted to the description and illustration of fossils, and to the demonstration of their organic origin, as a crucial part of his whole synthesis. The posthumous publication of 'Protogaea' in 1749 proved highly influential, for it provided a model of Earth-history that allowed for the organic origin of fossils, preserved Steno's and Woodward's understanding of strata as sequential deposits, and was conformable to both Scripture and reason. Its most important effect, however, was to make it possible for the different fossils embedded in successive strata to become evidence of the history of life itself, although that conclusion was not at first drawn in any detail" (Rudwick M.J.S., The Meaning of Fossils, Episodes in the History of Palaeontology. University of Chicago Press, 1976, p. 91). - Visit our website for additional images and information. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Chymia hydraulica oder neu-entdeckte Handgriffe, vermittelst welcher man das wesentliche Saltz aus Vegetabilien, Animalien und Mineralien mit schlechtem Wasser ausziehen kan.

      Frankfurt und Leipzig Fleischer 1749 - (18 x 10 cm). (32) 364 (5) S. Mit 2 gefalteten Kupfertafeln. Kartonband der Zeit. Erste deutsche Ausgabe dieses wichtigen Werkes, in dem Garaye "sich für eine Extraktion der pulverisierten Vegetabilien etc. mit kaltem Wasser aussprach. ein Vorläufer der Deplaciermethode" (Schelenz 566). Garaye (1675-1755) entdeckte den chinasauren Kalk und erfand den trockenen Chinaextrakt ("Sel essentiel de Lagaraye"). - Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig bzw. gebräunt. Einband leicht berieben und bestoßen. Rücken sauber überklebt. - Ferchl 171; Ferguson II, 78 (Anm.); vgl. Neu 2204; Duveen 391 (beide die frz.EA) [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Correspondance du marquis de Suse, frère du roi de Savoie.

      - 13 lettres signées 19 In-4 1749-1761 Adresses, marques postales et cachets de cire au dos. bon Longue correspondance amicale évoquant la perte de sa soeur l'abbesse, l'achat de beaux chevaux du Cotentin, l'épidémie de petite vérole qui a ravagé Turin, la santé de ses différents étalons normands, la chasse et le conflit armé. Frère du roi, marquis de Suse, gouverneur du duché d'Aoste, chevalier de l'Annonciade.

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        "Biancolini Giovanni Battista, Vallarsi Domenico, Notizie storiche delle chiese di Verona raccolte da Giambatista Biancolini all'Illustriss. e Reverendiss. Monsignor Giovanni Bragadino Vescovo della città medesima, Conte ec. Libro i [Marca tipograf. incisa],In Verona, Per Alessandro Scolari al Ponte delle navi, MDCCXLIX Con Licenza de' Superiori. // Id., id., Libro II, id., id. // Id., id., Libro III, id., MDCCL, id. // Id., id., Libro IV, id., MDCCLII, id.

      2 parti in 4 voll. Edizione originale, rarissima, completata circa 30 anni più tardi da 4 volumi di aggiunte; l'opera è da considerarsi a tutti gli effetti completa. Graesse" I 361. Alla fine del vol. II è unita un'operetta a parte di Domenico Vallarsi intitolata Dissertazione seconda sopra la esistenza e identità de' sacri corpi de' santi martiri Fermo e Rustico in Verona contro due scritture pubblicate dal M.R.P.D. Gaetano Moroni stampata a Trento da Simon Laturner nel 1754 (per l'autore si veda Melzi I 319). Hardcover " very rare and important work dedicated to the churches of Verona full description on request. Tassellino cartaceo di biblioteca sul piatto anteriore di ogni vol.; traccia d'umido sui piatti del vol. II" un leggero alone d'umido interessa quasi interamente il vol. stesso senza tuttavia intaccarne la solidità e la leggibilità. Qualche fascicolo lento nei voll. II III " IV; errore di numerazione alle pp. 707-712 del vol. IV che sono ripetute. I volumi tuttavia sono complessivamente in condizioni più che buone" con ampi margini " rifilato solamente quello superiore e gli altri con barbe; freschissimi i voll. I e III" con carte fruscianti. Pregevoli e numerosi capilettera e finalini xilograf. Oltre le tavv. a piena pagina con immagini di santi il testo è corredato da moltissime altre incisioni raffiguranti soprattutto stemmi ed iscrizioni. Verona Scolari Alessandro 1749-1752 Cm. 26

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        Histoire Naturelle, Générale et Particuliére, avec la Description du Cabinet du Roy

      Engraved vignette on most titles, engraved headpieces, engraved portraits, engraved plates & maps, and printed tables (see below for details). 44 volumes bound in 45. Large 4to, green morocco gilt, signed by Thouvenin, covers within two frames of triple gilt filets, arms of the ornithologist François Victor Masséna, Duc de Rivoli, Prince d'Essling, in gilt on all covers, gilt floral devices in each corner, spines gilt, a.e.g. Paris: Imprimerie Royale, 1749-1804. First edition, the luxurious first printing, and the most remarkable set to appear in many decades, of this monumental work, of "the most celebrated treatise on animals ever produced."-Dibner, Heralds of Science, 193. This set was assembled for the amateur ornithologist and book collector François Victor Masséna, Duke de Rivoli and Prince d'Essling (1799-1863), son of one of Napoleon's greatest generals. A man of considerable wealth, François Victor formed important collections of books and bird specimens (more than 12,500), the latter is now in the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences. Introduction: This set is absolutely remarkable: along with having all the required portraits, plates, maps, and printed tables as set forth by Heilbrun (who provides the best but still slightly faulty collation, see below), this set has been further illustrated with more than 1300 variant plates (proofs "avant lettres"), proofs with subtle variations or reversed, portraits in different states (one printed on silk), additional full-page plates of almost all of the numerous engraved head-pieces, additional plates prepared for but not used in the published work, and the maps in several states. Some of the plates are even present in three or four states. A reliable count of illustrations in this work is: 1262 engraved plates, one engraved portrait, 12 maps, and four folding tables. Our set contains 2607 plates, portraits, and maps, along with the required tables (both Heilbrun and Nissen have different totals). Many of the additional engraved plates are superior - printed more richly and on thicker paper - and reflect the engraver's art at the highest level. This set provides valuable information regarding the publishing history of the work. Clearly, as a publication of the government, a large stock of copies in quires along with quantities of plates remained with the printers and was available for a long time afterwards. Prince d'Essling was a well-known book collector at the highest level of sophistication (see his two sales catalogues of 1839 and 1845) and he assembled this set from the surviving stock of copies and plates, enriching his set with the additional variant plates. This set remained in the family until last year. Our set is very large (262 x 193 mm.), with very generous margins and with some lower edges untrimmed. In smaller copies, many of the plates are folding; in our set only the double-page plates are folding. The set has been bound by Thouvenin and is signed by him at the foot of Vol. I of the first series, Vol. I of the Supplément, and Vol. I of Lacepède's own additional supplementary eight volumes which completed the work. The Work: This enormous survey of natural history, including man and the mineral world, took 55 years to complete and is very much a work of the Enlightenment, much like the Encyclopédie in scope and collaboration. "With the help of his assistant, Louis Daubenton, as anatomist, and of later other collaborators (notably the Comte de Lacépède), but always under [Buffon's] supervision and control, this vast enterprise eventually covered not only the entire animal creation, but many other ramifications…He opens his great work with an essay called Théorie de la Terre, in which for the first time he outlines a satisfactory account of the history of our globe and of its development as a fitting home for living things…This rejection of a rigid system of classification, to which most biologists of his time adhered, and Buffon's belief in the mutability of species, implied clearly some preparation for the thought of Darwin."-Printing & the Mind of Man 198. "Buffon's work is of exceptional importance because of its diversity, richness, originality, and influence. Buffon was among the first to create an autonomous science, free of any theological influence. He emphasized the importance of natural history and the great length of geological time. He envisioned the nature of science and understood the roles of paleontology, zoological geography, and animal psychology. He realized both the necessity of transformism and its difficulties…He did establish the intellectual framework within which most naturalists up to Darwin work."-D.S.B., II, p. 581. A complete set comprises: -Histoire naturelle générale et particulière, 1749-1767, 15 volumes. -Histoire naturelle des Oiseaux, 1770-1783, in 9 volumes. -Histoire naturelle des Minéraux, 1783-1788, in 5 volumes (but here bound in 6 volumes with the plates bound separately). -Supplément, 1774-1789, in 7 volumes. and eight volumes of Lacépède's continuation and supplement: -Histoire naturelle des Quadrupèdes ovipares et des Serpents, 1788-1789, in 2 volumes. -Histoire naturelle des Poissons, 1798-1803, in 5 volumes. -Histoire naturelle des Cétacés, 1804, in 1 volume. NOTES ON THIS COPY: As mentioned above, this set was assembled for Prince d'Essling from the surviving stock of text and plates, enriched with additional portraits, plates, and maps, totaling 2607 (a detailed list can be supplied). Over 1000 of the original number of plates are the work of Jacques de Sève, father and son (Nissen provides a full list of artists) and the images range from exact anatomical drawings of skeletons and dissections to settings of animals in their natural habitats. This is a copy of the rare first printing, with all the errata leaves cited by Heilbrun: "Brunet faisait déjà remarquer, il y a plus de cent ans, qu'il était très difficile de se procurer des exemplaires de l'Histoire naturelle, dont tous les volumes soient de bon tirage. Il recommandait de rechercher les volumes contenant les errata…des exemplaires exceptionnels ont été tirés…papier satiné, épreuves avant la lettre, figures doubles… bien peu de ces exemplaires de luxe sont venus jusqu'à nous…"-Georges Heilbrun, Buffon, p.23. Our copy is one of these "exemplaires exceptionnels": 1. Almost all of the charming engraved headpieces are also present as separately printed plates. 2. Most of the plates are present in two states, with letters and before letters but many are present in three or four states, exhibiting very subtle differences. 3. A number of additional plates prepared by Sève but not used in the published work are present. This is important documentary information. 4. The splendid portrait of Buffon after Drouais, normally bound in the first volume of the Supplement, has been bound in the first volume published in 1749 but in three states: with letters, "avant lettres," and reversed. Another fine engraved portrait of Buffon by Pujos in 1776 is also present. 5. The portrait of Buffon which is present in the first volume in the Lacépède is also present in Vol. II but in four states: regular plate paper, Hollande, China paper, and finally on silk! Our copy is complete with pagination collations as in Heilbrun (with a few exceptions as noted in the Haskell Norman catalogue) and plates (again, with a few exceptions as noted by Norman). Our set has a few trivial pagination differences from the Norman set (which was incomplete). BINDING: There were three Thouvenins active as luxury binders: Joseph l'âiné (1791-1834), who most probably executed these bindings for d'Essling. Joseph had a brother named "Joseph jeune" who died in 1844. Finally, there was another brother François but little is known of him and no authenticated specimens of his work are known. He died in 1832. A fine set. Several of the volumes have a few unimportant scuff marks. ❧ En Français dans le Texte 152. Heilbrun, Buffon, pp. 233-37. Nissen, ZBI, 672-(his plate count has errors). Norman 369-(which supplements and improves Heilbrun). If my counting is correct, Nissen gives 1260 plates and 4 maps for a complete set (but he does not mention the correct number of maps bound in the separate volume 30); Heilbrun indicates 1290 plates (but after having added his plates and maps I can only come up with 1252 plates plus 13 maps, two allegorical plates, and one portrait, in all 1268 plates).

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        The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling [Six Volumes]

      A. Millar 1749 - London, 1749. 12mo, contemporary calf, with old extra gilt tooling in panels and cover edges. lxii [2], 214; [2], 324; [2], 370; [2], 312, [2]294; [2]304 pp. First edition. Vol. V rebacked in old style to pattern. Each volume but Vol. V with the engraved bookpalte of John Ord Lincoln's Inn, 1761., in Chippendale design with a crest with three salmon in the center. Ord probably bought the set at Millar's shop in the Strand. Volume I with the errata leaf and blank leaves at end. A well preserved set, very good, with superficial cracking to hinges and chips to heads and heels of spine. Label missing from spine of Vol. III. Contents quite bright. A quite nice set overall. "In June 1748 Millar advanced Fielding ?600 on Tom Jones, and by September Thomas Birch reported that three of the six volumes of Fielding's masterpiece were printed. Certain privileged readers who obtained pre-publication copies of the first two were warm in commending it. Lyttelton, who had urged Fielding to undertake the novel and read it in manuscript, was especially enthusiastic; in dedicating the book to him Fielding returned the favour, declaring that he had based the character of the benevolent Squire Allworthy on Lyttelton and Ralph Allen. But business and a severe attack of gout prevented him from finishing the work speedily, and public impatience to read it grew to such a pitch that the entire first edition of 2000 copies was bought up before the announced date of publication, 10 February 1749. " - Oxford DNB. Please contact us for additional pictures or information. Grolier English 48 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Materia Medica Liber I. De Plantis secundum Genera, Loca, Nomina, Qualitates, Vires, Differentias, Durationes, Simplicia, Modos, Usus, Synonyma. digestus.

      - Holmiae, L. Salvius, 1749. 8vo (202 x 124mm). pp. (32), 252, with fine engraved frontispiece and 1 engraved folded plate. Contemporary half calf. Rare first edition of Linnaeus' work on medicinal plants. It replaced the 'Stockhom Pharmacopoeia' which Linneaus considered useless for treating ailments, he modernised the list and motivated choises in his 'Materia Medica'. In his botanical garden Linnaeus kept all the important plants that could be cultivated in Sweden as well as many plants he wanted to observe as a botanist. He used his garden to demonstrate medicinal plants and botany to his medical students. Some that could not be cultivated in Sweden he kept as dried powder in a medicine cabinet. This cabinet is still kept at the Linnaeus Museum in Uppsala.Provenance: Russian Imperial stamp on verso of title.Sously 968. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        L'esprit des lois de Montesquieu, lu la plume à la main par Monsieur de la Chalotais (manuscrit)

      1749 - Manuscrit entièrement olographe in-4° en feuilles, 50 feuillets. Analyse chapitre, par chapitre de L'Esprit des Lois, très nombreuses corrections. Une deuxième partie est annexée dont le titre est "Notes et commentaires sur l'Esprit des Lois - ébauches par Mr. Chaillou". Dans ce manuscrit inédit composé en 1749, l'analyse économique et sociale tient une place importante. Louis-René de Cardeuc de la Chalotais est un noble breton qui passa sa vie à Rennes (1701-1785) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        1749 English Medicine of Thomas Sydenham Surgery Cures Smallpox Hysteria 2v

      Genevæ : Apud Fratres de Tournes, 1749. - 1749 English Medicine of Thomas Sydenham Surgery Cures Smallpox Hysteria 2v A rare 18th-century printing of Thomas Sydenham’s medical works including his famous medical treatise “Observationes Medicae.” Sydenham was an English physician whose textbook became the standard in medical texts for nearly two centuries. This collection of Sydenham works includes various titles, each with separate title pages. Works featured in this collection include: • Observations on medical history, treatment of acute illnesses • Letters • Treaty on gout and hydrops diseases These medical texts were some of the earliest to be published on proper treatments of smallpox and hysteria, as well as how to manage pain caused by arthritis. Item number: #2181 Price: $750 SYDENHAM, Thomas Thomæ Sydenham, . Opera medica in tomos duos divisa. Editio novissima aliis omnibus quae praecesserunt multo emaculatior, et novis Additamentis ditior. Imo indice alphabetico locupletissimo in locum Elenchi rerum suffecto, utilissime ornata Genevæ : Apud Fratres de Tournes, 1749. Details: • Collation: Complete with all pages; 2 volumes o Vol. I – [10], 711 o Vol. II – [4], 496, [8], 168 • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~9in X 7.5in (23cm x 19cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2181 Photos available upon reuquest [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité de la structure du coeur, de son action, et de ses maladies.

      Paris, Briasson, Jacques Vincent, 1749 - Paris, Briasson, Jacques Vincent, 1749 ; 2 vol. in-4 (25 x 20 cm) ; Tome I: XLIV, (4), 504 pp., 17 planches h.t. dépl. ; Tome II: (2) ff., 694 pp., (1) p. d'errata ; pleine basane de l'époque, dos à nerfs ornés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge et fauve, tranches rouges, coiffes usées, coins émoussés, épidermures sur les plats, mors fendus en tête ou en queue, ancienne signature ex-libris au titre, intérieur en bon état (rares rousseurs). Edition originale du plus grand traité de cardiologie du XVIIIème siècle, recherchée. Notre exemplaire est bien complet de son "feuillet d'errata et d'addition", parfois manquant. Cet ouvrage est très bien documenté et renferme de nombreuses observations novatrices et importantes. Il demanda vingt années de travail à Sénac. Il est divisé en 4 chapitres ("livres") : De la structure du coeur ; L'usage & l'action du coeur ; De la circulation du sang ; Des maladies du coeur. Il s'y associe un Supplément à l'histoire du coeur, et de ses mouvemens. On y trouve une bonne étude de la sémiologie (dyspnée, arythmies, hémoptysies et ¿dèmes d'origine cardiaque, etc.) et de la pathologie (péricardite, hypertrophie et dilatation du coeur, ossification des coronaires, pathologie valvulaire, etc.) Sur le plan de l'anatomie, l'auteur décrit la disposition en tourbillon des fibres musculaires de la pointe ("rose de Senac"). Il utilisa le premier la quinine contre les palpitations. Ce traité est très bien illustré, avec 17 planches hors texte dépliantes gravées par J. Robert et N.B. de Poilly d'après J. Potier. Jean Baptiste Sénac (1693-1770) étudia la médecine à Reims, fut médecin à Versailles et devint premier médecin de Louis XV. Références : Garrison and Morton, 2733: "Senac's valuable treatise on the heart added much to the knowledge of the anatomy and diseases of that organ ; he mentioned the leucocytes, which he considered to belong to the chyle, and he described pericarditis. Senac was the first to use quinine to palpitation" ; Heirs of Hippocrates, 823: "Here, in two volumes, is the first comprehensive and systematic treatise on the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of the heart and its diseases. Senac described ossification of the coronary vessels, insufficiency of the cardiac valves, transfusion of blood, and the role of hydrothorax in circulatory failure. The first volume contains seventeen finely engraved plates of cardiac anatomy" ; Campbell M: Early anatomical knowledge of cardiac malformation, Br Heart J, 1971, 33(2), 169¿172: "Johannes Senac (I749) [¿] described the closing of the 'trou oval' and the 'canal arteriel' and realized that sometimes these failed to close. His short chapter on malformations included a case of complete absence of the ventricular septum, and he rightly explained the cyanosis as being due to an admixture of venous and arterial blood.' ; The Evan Bedford Library of Cardiology, 247 (2e éd.) ; Willius FA & Dry TJ: A history of the heart and the circulation, pp. 81-82, 370, 376, 384, 387, 395, 407, 413, 430, 433 ; Willius FA & Keys TE: Cardiac classics, pp. 159-163 ; Acierno LJ: The history of cardiology, pp. 34, 55-56, 58, 84, 88, 160 ; Olry R: Dictionary of anatomical eponyms, p. 139: 'rose' (the superficial muscle bundles of the apex cordis)" ; The Haskell F. Norman Library of Science & Medicine, 1929. © S.A.S. Jean-Pierre Aubert, 2017. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sendschreiben an ein Frauenzimmer über den Cometen so im Jahr 1742. gesehen worden.

      Zürich Heidegger 1749 - (19,5 x 11,5 cm). 44 S., 2 Bll. Anzeigen. Original-Rückenbroschur, unbeschnitten. Seltene zweite deutsche Ausgabe mit abweichendem Titel seiner 1742 erschienenen "Lettre sur la comète". - "Maupertuis Spekulation über die Natur der Kometen, so daß einige von ihnen sich aus Gold und Diamanten zusammensetzen würden, waren ein willkommenes Ziel für Voltaires ironische Meisterschaft und seinen Witz, die er in seiner Diatribe von Doktor Akakia niederlegte. Die Legende behauptet, daß Friedrich der Große, als er sie sah, dermaßen zornig wurde, weil der für die Integrität Maupertuis als dem von ihm ernannten Präsidenten der Berliner Akademie fürchtete, daß er alle Kopien der Schrift vor den Augen Voltaires verbrannt habe. 1762 brachte Basset des Rosiers eine kritische Erwiderung heraus" (Brüning). - Rücken mit kleiner Fehlstelle. Von leichten Gebrauchspuren abgesehen gut erhalten. - Vgl. Brüning 1654 und 1695

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        "Corsini Edoardo, Notae graecorum sive vocum et numerorum compendia quae in aereis atque marmoreis graecorum tabulis observantur Collegit recensuit explicavit easdemque tabulas opportune illustravit Eduardus CorsinusCl. Reg. Scholarum Piarum in Academia Pisana Professor. Accedunt dissertationes sex quibus marmora quaedam tum sacra tum profana exponuntur ac emendantur [Vignetta xilograf.], Florentiae, E Typographio Imperiali, Anno mdccil. Superiorum Permissu

      Incisioni di Carlo Faucci su disegni di Giuseppe Zocchi. Brunet, II 309; Graesse" II 277 Solido freschissimo con frontesp. a caratteri rossi e neri pregevoli testatine vignette " capilettera incisi; carattere tondo" corsivo e greco Firenze Tipografia Imperiale 1749 Cm. 37

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        1749 George Anson Voyage Round the World MAPS Spain South America Brazil Peru

      London : Printed for the author ; By John and Paul Knapton, 1749. - 1749 George Anson Voyage Round the World MAPS Spain South America Brazil Peru George Anson was an 18th-century British Navy admiral who is noted for his important world voyage in which he circumnavigated the globe. This voyage, beginning in 1740, was initiated in order to disrupt Spain and their acquisitions from the Pacific – even though the squadron saw certain danger. “Anson's voyage is remembered as a classic tale of endurance and leadership in the face of fearful disasters” (Rodger, 239) He saw substantial victory by capturing Spanish ships carrying pieces of eight, silver, and other treasure; thus, allowing Anson to return home a very rich sailor. This voyage took Anson and company into South America and home by way of China – a true world voyage! Authorship of this edition is held with some ambiguity. According to the DNB, "A claim was made that the work was written, not by Mr. Walter, but by Mr. Benjamin Robins. This has never been substantiated except by mere assertion; and though Robins was certainly employed as sub-editor and assistant. There is no reason to doubt the plain statement on the title page. Whether edited by Walter or Robins, the book was virtually written by Anson himself" Item number: #2148 Price: $1500 ANSON, George A voyage round the world, in the years MDCCXL, I, II, III, IV. by George Anson, Esq ; now Lord Anson . Compiled from his papers and materials, by Richard Walter . Illustrated with forty-two copper-plates.s London : Printed for the author ; By John and Paul Knapton, 1749. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [22], 417, [2] o 22 illustrated plates (of 42) • References: Sabin 1626; ESTC, 74545; J.K. Laughton, Dictionary of National Biography; Rodger, Command of the Ocean; Lowndes 49 (first ed only) o Note from Sabin: “third, fourth, and fifth editions, each same date and collation as the second.” • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Language: English • Size: ~10in X 8.5in (25.5cm x 21.5cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2148 Photos available upon request [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Grundriss der Stadt Leipzig. Altcolorierte Kupferstichkarte Homann Erben.

      Ca. 51,5 x 55 cm. Gerahmt, hinter Glas. Mit Kartusche "Denen HochEdelgebohrnen Magnificis Hochedlen Vesten und Hochgelahrten auch Hochweisen Herren Herren Burgermeistern, Proconsulibus & Baumeistern, Syndico, Stadt-Richtern und andern Hochansehnl. Assessoribus des Hochlöbl. Stadt-Regiments und deroselben Gerichte wird dieser Grundriss der Stadt Leipzig ehrehrbietigst gewiedmet von den Homaennischen Erben. 1749". Legende mit "Erläuterung der Buchstaben und Ziffern, welche in diesem Plan in der Stadt und Vorstädten anzutreffen sind." Mittig gefaltet, mit kleinen Falzeinrissen. Dekorative, in Rot- und verschiedenen Grüntönen altcolorierter Kupferstich-Plan von Leipzig.

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        De l'Esprit des Loix. Ou du rapport que les loix doivent avoir avec la constitution de chaque gouvernement, les moeurs, le climat, la religion, le commerce, &c. Nouvelle Edition. Revue & corrig‚e, avec des changemens consid‚rables donn‚s par l'Auteur. -Ginevra, chez Barrillot & fils, 1749. (Unito):Defense de l'Esprit des Loix, a laquelle on a joint quelques eclaircissemens. - Ginevra, chez Barrillot & fils, 1750.

      Ginevra, chez Barrillot & fils, 1749. 3 voll. in-8ø; 2 cc., XXIV, 356 pp. - 2 cc., XVI, 358 pp. - 2 cc., XII, 442 pp., 1c bianca, 28 pp., 1 c. bianca, 80 pp. Legature coeve in tutto cartoncino, titoli manoscritti all'origine ai dorsi (piccole mancanze). Bell' esemplare a pieni margini con barbe. Una delle prime edizioni de ?L'esprit de loix?, uscito per la prima volta alla fine del 1748, rilegata con la prima edizione della D‚fense che Montesquieu scrisse in risposta alla Critique del giansenista Jacques Fontaine de la Roche alla sua celebre opera, testo guida della moderna giurisprudenza. Tra i numerosi elogi che salutarono l'uscita de l'Esprit des loix passarono quasi inosservate alcune critiche alle quali Montesquieu non si degn• nemmeno di rispondere. Pi-- preoccupanti furono le condanne che videro, per una volta uniti e d'accordo, Gesuiti e Giansenisti. Con la D‚fense l'autore risponde con numerose considerazioni che possiamo sintetizzare nel concetto che l'Esprit des lois doveva essere considerato un libro di diritto e non di teologia. La Critique e la Reponse sono qui legate alla fine del terzo volume.

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        Psalterium Romanum dispositum per hebdomadam ad normam breviarii. Ex decreto sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restituti, S. Pii V. Pontificis Maxima iussu editi, et Clementis VIII ac Urbani VIII. Auctoritate recogniti; cum omnibus, quae pro Psalmis, Hymnis, Antiphonis, tam beattae Mariae virginis, quam Desunctorum, ac Responsoriis, ceterisque in Diurno, Officio modulandis necessaria sunt, praecipua cura emendatum, & excussum. Editio Omnium Optima, in qua cuncta suis locis disposita, & notas Musicas ab innumeris mendis expurgatas, ac politiori stylo accomodatas invenies.

      Venetiis (Venedig), Ex Typographia Balleoniana, 1749. - Groß-Folio. 47 cm. Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, 453 Seiten. Pergamentband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit reicher Rollen- und Plattenblindprägung sowie 10 Messingbeschlägen und Metall-/Lederschließen. Isabella Piccini, geboren 1644 in Venedig, gestorben am 29. April 1734 ebenda. Italienische Kupferstecherin. Antonio Zanchi, geboren 1631, gestorben 1722. Psalter in der Ausführung von Isabella Piccini und Antonio Zanchi, gestochene Druckermarke auf Titel von Zanchi / Piccini. Druck in Rot und Schwarz, Initialen und Notenlinien in Rot, quadratische Noten und übriger Text in Schwarz gedruckt. Mit zahlreichen Fingerregistern. Einband wenig berieben, Vorsätze erneuert, Besitzerstempel auf Innendeckel und verso Titel. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar in kräftigem Druck. Sprache: Deutschutsch [Attributes: First Edition]

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        The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling [Six Volumes]

      A. Millar. LEATHER_BOUND. London, 1749. 12mo, contemporary calf, with old extra gilt tooling in panels and cover edges. lxii [2], 214; [2], 324; [2], 370; [2], 312, [2]294; [2]304 pp. First edition. Vol. V rebacked in old style to pattern. Each volume but Vol. V with the engraved bookpalte of John Ord Lincoln's Inn, 1761., in Chippendale design with a crest with three salmon in the center. Ord probably bought the set at Millar's shop in the Strand. Volume I with the errata leaf and blank leaves at end. A well preserved set, very good, with superficial cracking to hinges and chips to heads and heels of spine. Label missing from spine of Vol. III. Contents quite bright. A quite nice set overall. "In June 1748 Millar advanced Fielding ?600 on Tom Jones, and by September Thomas Birch reported that three of the six volumes of Fielding's masterpiece were printed. Certain privileged readers who obtained pre-publication copies of the first two were warm in commending it. Lyttelton, who had urged Fielding to undertake the novel and read it in manuscript, was especially enthusiastic; in dedicating the book to him Fielding returned the favour, declaring that he had based the character of the benevolent Squire Allworthy on Lyttelton and Ralph Allen. But business and a severe attack of gout prevented him from finishing the work speedily, and public impatience to read it grew to such a pitch that the entire first edition of 2000 copies was bought up before the announced date of publication, 10 February 1749. " - Oxford DNB. Please contact us for additional pictures or information. Grolier English 48 . Very Good. 1749. First Edition.

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        Imagines, et delineamenta exterioris interiorisque ornatus Vaticanae Basilicae in Solemni Canonizatione Sanctorum Fidelis a Sigmaringa, Camilli de Lellis, Petro Regalati, Josephi a Leonissa, et Catharinae de Ricciis

      Italia - Libro: Libro que recoge diversos tipos de imágenes de los ornatos exteriores e interiores de la Basílica Vaticana para la canonización de Felix de Sigmaringa, Camilo de Lelis, Pedro Regalado, Jose de Leonisa y Catalina de Ricci. En el frontispicio, un grabado de Juan V de Portugal, además de 32 estampas de diversos autores. Luigi Vanvitelli y Antonio Rinaldi (dibujo); Gramignani y Giovanni Battista Sintes (grabado); Louis Joseph Le Lorrain (arquitecto, diseñador de la ornamentación). Roma, 1749. Excudebant Nicolaus et Marcus Palearini. 28?5 x 210 cm. Sin cubiertas. 32 páginas. Numeradas: 1 y de 11 a 42. Falta la estampa número III. Regular estado de conservación. Algunos puntos de foxing y anotaciones. Siglo/Century: XVIII Grabador/Engraver: Varios autores Dibujante/Draw Artist: Varios autores 1749 Altura papel/Paper height: Anchura papel/Paper width: Altura plancha/Plate height: Anchura plancha/Plate width:

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        An Account of a Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West Passage by Hudson's Streights, to the Western and Southern Ocean of America, Performed in the year 1746 and 1747, in the ship California Volume

      Mr Jolliffe et al, 1749. Hardcover. Acceptable. 1749. 326 pages. No dust jacket. Well worn blue boards with cloth spine, no visible lettering. Volume II only. Volume number has been rubbed off title and index page. No maps or charts present. Cracked hinges. Pages are noticeably tanned, edge worn and foxed, with soiling mainly to the endpapers and edges. Illustrated inserts glued to paste downs & rear of title page. Pen & pencil marks to pages on occasion. Volume number scuffed out on first index page affects text on rear of page. The boards are distinctly worn & bumped, with a large crack down front board. Some of the paper covering chipped away or is slack, showing board beneath. Spine is tanned, with mostly small splits along the hinges, but larger splits at base make part slack. Noticeable staining & scuffs to boards.

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        Theological Lectures at Westminster Abbey with an Interpretation of the Four Gospels to Which are Added Some Select Discourses Upon the Principal Points of Reveal'd Religion/An Interpretation of the New Testament TWO VOLUMES

      Tonson & Draper, London 1749 - 4to. 1749 & 61. 2 vols (complete). Both first (& only) editions. 370/163pp plus index/431pp. Good, clean, crisp copies bound in full decorative calf gilt. A little worn at extremities, lacking labels to vol 1 and damage with small loss to volume number label to vol 2. Small areas of surface damage to calf on both vols otherwise good tight copies with gilt still bright. Vol 1 ESTC. T112659. Vol 2. T229994 and very rare. Only 4 copies located in ESTC Cambridge + 3 vs. Images available on request. Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LE PETIT ANTIPHONAIRE DU DIOCESE DE BAYEUX. Imprime par l'ordre de Monseigneur .Paul d'Albert de Luynes, Eveque de Bayeux, Premier Aumonier de Madame La Dauphine.

      Caen chez C. Baron et P. Chalopin 1749 - Pour la commodite des Laiques, & particulierement des Personnes qui aident dans les Campagnes a chanter l'Office divin. (Suivi de:) Supplement tire du nouveau breviaire imprime en 1770. 2 works bound in 1, FIRST EDITION 1749 of ANTIPHONAIRE, small 8vo bound in sixes and twelves, approximately 165 x 90 mm, 6½ x 3¾ inches, musical notation throughout, title page with publisher's device, some small headpieces and other printer's ornaments, pages: (2), 1-327, (1), 1-36, 1-84, 1-212, XIX; 1-24, 1-123, [9] - last page with Cession du Privilege, collation: pi1, A-C6, D-L12, M-T6, V2, A4, B-C6, D2, a-b4, c-g6, h2, a4, b-s6, *6, **4; ***12, A-L6. Bound in the original speckled calf, raised bands, gilt decoration in compartments, label missing, all edges red, marbled endpapers. Binding stained and slightly rubbed, especially on spine, 10 mm (½") split to top of upper hinge, corners slightly bumped, some light staining to endpapers, small chip to margin of A3 and B4, no loss of print, small closed tear neatly repaired on D8 and L10 and upper corner of b4, small corner missing on I9, I10, L11 and L12, R6 and n5 (2nd series), no loss of print, e5 (2nd series) torn across and neatly repaired with no loss of legibility, a few tiny holes to text but all text and music easily readable, some marginal worming occasionally just touching printed area, some neatly repaired. A good clean tight copy. No first or early copy listed in Copac, one only in the Bibliotheque Nationale (the library of Caen (1749). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LE PETIT ANTIPHONAIRE DU DIOCESE DE BAYEUX. Imprime par l'ordre de Monseigneur ...Paul d'Albert de Luynes, Eveque de Bayeux, Premier Aumonier de Madame La Dauphine.

      Caen, chez C. Baron et P. Chalopin, 1749. Pour la commodite des Laiques, & particulierement des Personnes qui aident dans les Campagnes a chanter l'Office divin. (Suivi de:) Supplement tire du nouveau breviaire imprime en 1770. 2 works bound in 1, FIRST EDITION 1749 of ANTIPHONAIRE, small 8vo bound in sixes and twelves, approximately 165 x 90 mm, 6½ x 3¾ inches, musical notation throughout, title page with publisher's device, some small headpieces and other printer's ornaments, pages: (2), 1-327, (1), 1-36, 1-84, 1-212, XIX; 1-24, 1-123, [9] - last page with Cession du Privilege, collation: pi1, A-C6, D-L12, M-T6, V2, A4, B-C6, D2, a-b4, c-g6, h2, a4, b-s6, *6, **4; ***12, A-L6. Bound in the original speckled calf, raised bands, gilt decoration in compartments, label missing, all edges red, marbled endpapers. Binding stained and slightly rubbed, especially on spine, 10 mm (½") split to top of upper hinge, corners slightly bumped, some light staining to endpapers, small chip to margin of A3 and B4, no loss of print, small closed tear neatly repaired on D8 and L10 and upper corner of b4, small corner missing on I9, I10, L11 and L12, R6 and n5 (2nd series), no loss of print, e5 (2nd series) torn across and neatly repaired with no loss of legibility, a few tiny holes to text but all text and music easily readable, some marginal worming occasionally just touching printed area, some neatly repaired. A good clean tight copy. No first or early copy listed in Copac, one only in the Bibliotheque Nationale (the library of Caen (1749). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        De l'esprit des loix ou du rapport que les loix doivent avoir avec la constitution de chaque gouvernement, le moeurs, le climat, la religion, le commerce

      chez Barrillot and Fils, 1749. Cm. 24,5, pp. (8) xxiv, 624. Graziosa vignetta incisa in rame al frontespizio bicromo. Bella legatura francese del tempo in piena pelle (datata 1752), dorso a 5 nervi con titoli su tass. e ricchi fregi in oro agli scomparti; tagli rossi e piatti inquadrati da duplice filetto dorato. Sguardie assenti. Antica firma di possesso al frontespizio. Lievi e sporadiche arrossature. Esemplare fresco e ben conservato. Rara edizione (verosimilmente la reale seconda, ben distinta dalle contraffazioni parigine e dall'edizione di Leida del medesimo anno), pubblicata l'anno successivo rispetto all'originale, di questo capolavoro della scienza politica moderna, stampata dai torchi Barillot un anno dopo l'originale. Cfr. Brunet, III, 1860, per altre edizioni; Tchemerzine IV, 930..

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        Pharmacopée universelle raisonnée

      D'Houry Père, Delespine & Laurent d'Houry, Paris 1749 - Pleine basane de l'époque. Un volume in quarto (253x195 mm) de (6)-xvii-(1)-490-516-(60) pages et 3 planches hors texte. Reliure solide mais très abîmée avec des manques de cuirs important sur les plats et le premier caisson. Corps d'ouvvrage en bon état malgré quelques rares salissures (pages 77, 305 et 31) et quelques rousseurs. Planches rognées court en queue. Quelques notes manuscrites anciennes. Très rare première édition française de cette pharmacopée. Bien complète des 3 planches hors texte. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full sheep. 4to (253x195 mm), (6)-xvii-(1)-490-516-(60) pages and 3 plates. Binding sound but very worn with lack of leather on covers and on the top of the spine. Old handwritten notes. Pages 77,305 and 31 soiled. Plates cropped First french edition In quarto / 4to 2095g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mausoleo erigido en Manila para honrar el mérito del Coronel D. Antonio de Pineda (Filipinas)

      España - BARTOLOMÉ VÁZQUEZ (1749-1802) (grabado) FERNANDO BRAMBILA (¿?-1842) (dibujo) Estampa que muestra el aspecto del túmulo erigido en honor al Coronel D. Antonio de Pineda, cerca de la iglesia de San Agustín en Manila. El militar ejerció de botánico y naturalista, falleciendo el 1792 a los 38 años, habiendo realizado una importante labor como estudioso a bordo de embarcaciones por todo el globo. Rara. Buen estado de conservación. Sutil rastro de antiguo cerco en el margen izquierdo. Ligeramente restaurada. Con amplios márgenes. Siglo/Century: XVIII Buril Papel verjurado Grabador/Engraver: Vázquez, Bartolomé Dibujante/Draw Artist: Brambila, Fernando 1796 Altura papel/Paper height: 395 Anchura papel/Paper width: 595 Altura plancha/Plate height:330 Anchura plancha/Plate width: 450

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        LE PETIT ANTIPHONAIRE DU DIOCESE DE BAYEUX. Imprime par l'ordre de Monseigneur ...Paul d'Albert de Luynes, Eveque de Bayeux, Premier Aumonier de Madame La Dauphine.

      Caen, chez C. Baron et P. Chalopin, 1749.. Pour la commodite des Laiques, & particulierement des Personnes qui aident dans les Campagnes a chanter l'Office divin. (Suivi de:) Supplement tire du nouveau breviaire imprime en 1770. 2 works bound in 1, FIRST EDITION 1749 of ANTIPHONAIRE, small 8vo bound in sixes and twelves, approximately 165 x 90 mm, 6½ x 3¾ inches, musical notation throughout, title page with publisher's device, some small headpieces and other printer's ornaments, pages: (2), 1-327, (1), 1-36, 1-84, 1-212, XIX; 1-24, 1-123, [9] - last page with Cession du Privilege, collation: pi1, A-C6, D-L12, M-T6, V2, A4, B-C6, D2, a-b4, c-g6, h2, a4, b-s6, *6, **4; ***12, A-L6. Bound in the original speckled calf, raised bands, gilt decoration in compartments, label missing, all edges red, marbled endpapers. Binding stained and slightly rubbed, especially on spine, 10 mm (½") split to top of upper hinge, corners slightly bumped, some light staining to endpapers, small chip to margin of A3 and B4, no loss of print, small closed tear neatly repaired on D8 and L10 and upper corner of b4, small corner missing on I9, I10, L11 and L12, R6 and n5 (2nd series), no loss of print, e5 (2nd series) torn across and neatly repaired with no loss of legibility, a few tiny holes to text but all text and music easily readable, some marginal worming occasionally just touching printed area, some neatly repaired. A good clean tight copy. No first or early copy listed in Copac, one only in the Bibliotheque Nationale (the library of Caen (1749). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Königlich Preussische Belehnung des Fürsten von Lobkowitz über das Fürstenthum Sagan in Schlesien.

      - Kupferstich aus Meßrelation, 1749, 31 x 36 Bibliographisch von mir nicht nachweisbar. Der Kupferstich ist zweigeteilt. Oben Darstellung einer Strasse ( Breite Strasse ?) mit hochherrschaftlichen Kutschen, darunter in einem Prunksaal ( des Schlosses ?) Darstellung der Belehnungsfeierlichkeiten durch den preuss. König Friedrich II am 7. Januar 1749. - Die Feier muß in Berlin stattgefunden haben, da im Tagebuch Friedrich des Großen diese Belehnung ( allerdings am 9.1. 1749) ausdrücklich erwähnt wird. - Das Kupferstich liegt lose in der Frankfurter Messrelation aus dem Jahre 1749. Sprache: Deutsch

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        Namen en wapenen der Edd: Achtbaare Heeren Raaden in de Vroedschap der Stad 261, 145, , zedert den jaare 1618 (...).

      Haarlem, B. Cleynhens, (1749) Plano. 653x549 mm. Good, bright condition. 250 printed coats-of-arms up to 1749. HP17.

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        Élements de chimie théorique

      1749 - Paris, Jean-Thomas Hérissant, 1749, , , maroquin rouge de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats, armes centrales [duc de Noailles], tranches dorées, 4 planches dépliantes représentant des fours et instruments utilisés par l'auteur, ainsi qu'une table des rapports observés entre les différentes substances. Rare édition originale du premier ouvrage de Macquer. Pierre Joseph Macquer (1718-84), professeur de chimie et de pharmacie au Jardin des plantes de Paris et directeur de la Manufacture de Sèvres, fut l'un des chimistes les plus importants de son siècle. À la suite de la publication de ces Éléments, encouragé par ses confrères, il rédigea un célèbre Dictionnaire de cette discipline, qui n'avait jamais été abordée de manière alphabétique jusqu'alors. Très bel exemplaire aux armes du Duc de Noailles, Adrien Maurice de Noailles (1678-1766), qui s'illustra durant la Guerre de Succession d'Espagne et qui fut ministre d'État, président du Conseil des Finances, membre du Conseil de la Régence et diplomate de premier ordre sous le règne de Louis XV. OHR, pl. 10 (variante des fers 1 et 2). Duveen 376. Poggendorff II, 7 ; Cole 884 ; Bolton 646. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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