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        The Works. Collated with all the former Editions, and Corrected. With Notes Critical and Explanatory. By the late Mr. Theobald, Mr. Seward of Eyam in Derbyshire, and Mr. Sympson of Gainsborough.

      London: J. and R. Tonson and S. Draper, 1750 - 10 volumes, octavo (200 × 120 mm). Contemporary speckled calf, richly gilt spines, red and green morocco twin labels, two-line gilt border on sides, red speckled edges. Bookplate on front pastedowns of the Earl of Clanricarde (probably John Smith de Burgh, 11th Earl, 1720-1782) and of a slightly later earl on rear pastedowns (possibly his son, Henry de Burgh, 1st Marquess of Clanricarde, 1743-1797). One or two joints partially split, some light abrasions to covers, a couple of spines just chipped at head, some dampstaining in volume IX. Engraved portraits of the authors by Vertue, wood-engraved head- and tailpieces. First edition edited by the great Shakespearean scholar Lewis Theobald (c.1688-1744), who "made fundamental contributions to English scholarship and print culture" (ODNB). A handsomely printed edition in a lovely period binding. Lowndes I p. 137.

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        Observations chirurgicales sur les maladies de l'urethre, traitées suivant une nouvelle méthode. Troisième édition.

      - Paris, De Bure, 1750. In-12, CCXX-429-(3) pp., reliure de l'époque plein veau brun (pièce de titre refaite), dos orné, tranches mouchetées (dos frotté). Complet de la belle planche anatomique en couleurs dépliante de Jacques Gautier d'Agoty. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s). * Frais de port en sus. * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. * La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. * Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *** La librairie est ouverte ; cependant les commandes ne pourront être expédiées qu'après le 23 août : merci de votre compréhension et de votre patience ! *** Langue : Français

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        The Trial of Capt Edward Clark, Commander of His Majesty's Ship

      1750. Sentenced to Death for Dueling, But Pardoned Soon Afterwards [Trial]. Clark, William [d.1779], Defendant. The Trial of Capt. Edward Clark, Commander of His Majesty's Ship the Canterbury, For the Murder of Capt. Tho. Innes, Commander of His Majesty's Ship the Warwick; In a Duel in Hyde-Park, March 12. 1749. At Justice-Hall in the Old Bailey; On Thursday the 26th of April 1750. Being the Fourth Sessions in the Mayoralty of the Rt. Hon. Sir Samuel Pennant, Knt. Lord-Mayor of London. London: Printed, And Sold by M. Cooper, 1750. [ii], 18 pp. Text in parallel columns. Second leaf is a publisher advertisement. Quarto (8-1/2" x 6-3/4"). Stab-stitched pamphlet, recent repairs to corners and inner margin of title page. Some edgewear, horizontal fold line through center, light soiling to exterior, light browning and a few minor stains to interior. * Only edition. Captain Clark was convicted of murder and sentenced to death after he fatally shot Captain Innes in a duel. He received a royal pardon almost immediately afterwards. The trial, reported in detail and apparently verbatim, is remarkable for the number of distinguished character witnesses produced for the defence. These include Lord Southwell, Admiral Martin, Admiral Bing, Admiral Fox, Lord Montague Bertie, Sir John Cross and several naval captains. This account was reprinted in Dublin in 1750. Both are scarce. Concerning the London edition, OCLC locates 11 copies, 3 copies in North America, 1 in a law library (University of Minnesota). English Short-Title Catalogue T25541.

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        The Archbishop of Cambray's Dissertation on Pure Love, with an Account of the Life and Writings of the Lady, for whose sake the Archbishop was banish'd from Court.

      Germantown, PA: Christopher Sowr, 1750. - 8vo., (7 3/8 x 4 5/8 inches). (A bit browned throughout). Contemporary full brown sheep, the spine in six compartments separated by five raised bands (extremities a bit worn with loss). Provenance: Contemporary manuscript ownership inscription dated 1762 to flyleaf. Doyle, sale 13BP04, 2013, Lot 311. Second Pennsylvania edition, third edition overall, first published in London in 1735 and first published in Pennsylvania in 1738. Fénelon was a French Roman Catholic archbishop, theologian, poet and writer. He is remembered primarily as the author of "The Adventures of Telemachus," first published in 1699. The "Lady" referred to in the title is Jeanne-Marie Bouvier de la Motte-Guyon, commonly known as Madame Guyon, a French mystic and one of the key advocates of Quietism, although she never called herself a Quietist. Quietism was considered heretical by the Roman Catholic Church, and she was imprisoned from 1695 to 1703 after publishing a book on the topic, "A Short and Easy Method of Prayer." Fénelon first met Madame Guyon in 1688, and soon became one of her most well-known disciples. "In fact, so popular among the Quakers were both Fénelon and Guyon, that their texts were repeatedly translated and published throughout Pennsylvania during both the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In 1738, William Bradford published excerpts from Fénelon's theological works, as well as the autobiography of Madame Guyon in a work entitled 'The Archbishop of Cambray's Dissertation on Pure Love, with an account of the Life and Writings of the Lady, for whose sake the Archbishop was banished from the Court.' This was re-published by Christopher Sauer, again in Pennsylvania, in 1750 [as here]. In this reprint Guyon was characterized as 'a martyr to Catholic intolerance, a Protestant in disguise, or an example of inner perfection ' Numerous German translations of Guyon and Fénelon's work were also published by Pennsylvania Quakers, such as Johann Kayser and Gerhard Teersteegen, during the same period" (Karen Pagani, "Forgiveness and the Age of Reason," p. 308). Evans 6498. Hildeburn 1174. ESTC W19461.

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        Lengthy Colonial full inventory and accounting of the Pine Forge Iron Plantation, the earliest Pennsylvania Iron Forge. The Forge supplied munitions to George Washington's Continental Army. Although 67 slaves are listed on the plantation, ultimately the Forge became a center of abolitionism and a stop on the Underground Railroad!

      Pennsylvania, ca. 1750. 8" x 13". "Manuscript Document, 4 pages, 8"" x 13"", [Bucks County, Pennsylvania, c. 1770], describing the buildings, lands and people of the Pine Forge Iron Plantation, known as Pine Forge Mansion, and in particular, an inventory of 67 ""Negroes"" residing on the premises. Expected folds, with slight tearing along fold seams. Occasional faint foxing.A fascinating document listing the specific contents of the five contributing buildings, the land sites, and various structures. Inclusive of the stone mansion, or manor house, the stone root cellar and smokehouse, ""caretaker's cottage"", the garage and small stone ""worker's house"". Includes a detailed accounting of the occupation and ages of the 67 ""Negro' slaves who worked the mansion described in paragraph No. Four as follows:""No. 4 Negroes16 Forgemen1 Forge Carpenter1 Black Smith2 Founders9 Colliers & Labourers9 Woman3 do 16 years old3 Lads 16 years6 Boys from 6 to 13 do11 Girls from 5 to 13 do10 Children from 1 to 4do2 Young ChildrenIn all………67 ~""It was customary in the North, that those who owned furnaces and forges acquired and exploited slaves as an integral part of a strategy to discipline white wage workers and maximize proprietary control over the manufacture of charcoal iron. Making charcoal iron was both capital and labor-intensive. In New England, ironmasters and other capitalists during the seventeenth century had forged unruly white workers into a labor force that suited their needs by relying on a ""culture of discipline"", northern proprietors never intended to supplant waged labor with that of slaves but instead looked to slavery to make free labor more manageable.Later, the Iron forge was used to supply munitions to George Washington's Continental Army. Of further interest, by approximately 1830, the Rutgers, (the owners of the Forge), spoke out against slavery allowing their Forge to become the first stop for the underground railroad for slaves leaving Montgomery County and entering Berks [County]. The trail, which ran from Pottstown to Pottsville, cut through Berks County from Pine Forge to Hamburg. Pine Forge Mansion was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004. "

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        The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

      A. Millar 1750 [but 1749], London - 4 volumes; 12mo (16.75cm.); full contemporary double gilt-ruled calf, gilt-tooled spines in 6 compartments, red and black spine labels. Boards a bit rubbed, shallow oxidization stain to bottom edge of Vol. 4 affecting approximately 25 middle leaves, else a Very Good, attractive set. Fourth edition published in December of 1749, the same year as the first. ESTC N17090.

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        S. M. Charles X. Roi de France el de Navarre. NŽ ˆ Versailles. 1757

      Artist: Basset-Himely Verlagshaus -1840 Paris; Issued in: Paris; date: c 1757 1750 - Artist: Basset-Himely Verlagshaus 1750-1840, Paris; Issued in: Paris; date: c. 1757; - Condition: Tear on left and upper margin perfectly restored; Charles X (Charles Philippe 9 October 1757 Ð 6 November 1836) was known for most of his life as the Count of Artois before he reigned as King of France from 16 September 1824 until 2 August 1830. An uncle of the uncrowned King Louis XVII, and younger brother to reigning Kings Louis XVI and Louis XVIII, he supported the latter in exile and eventually succeeded him. His rule of almost six years ended in the July Revolution of 1830, which resulted in his abdication and the election of Louis Philippe, Duke of OrlŽans, as King of the French. Exiled once again, Charles died in Gorizia, then part of the Austrian Empire. He was the last of the French rulers from the senior branch of the House of Bourbon descended from King Henry IV. Charles's political awakening started with the first great crisis of the monarchy in 1786, when it became apparent that the kingdom was bankrupt from previous military endeavours (in particular the Seven Years' War and the American War of Independence) and needed fiscal reform to survive. Charles supported the removal of the aristocracy's financial privileges, but was opposed to any reduction in the social privileges enjoyed by either the Church or the nobility. He believed that France's finances should be reformed without the monarchy being overthrown. In his own words, it was time for repair, not demolition.

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        IL CORPO - UMANO. O breve storia, dove con nuovo metodo si descrivono in compendio tutti gli organi suoi, e i loro principali uffizi, per istruire a bene intendere, secondo il nuovo sistema, la Teorica, e Pratica medicinale.

      presso Andrea Poletti 1750 In - 8 p. (mm. 232x162), p. pergam. coeva, tit. ms. al dorso, 4 cc.nn., 255 pp.num., bella antiporta allegorica disegnata da G. Laudati ed inc. in rame da G.G. Frezza; frontespizio in rosso e nero con vignetta calcografica che raffigura una dissezione anatomica; ornato da testatine, capilettera e finalini xilografati. Il volume è illustrato da 20 tavv. f.t. inc. in rame, ciascuna con numerose figure anatomiche. Unito, con proprio frontespizio: - BAGLIVI Georgii "De fibra motrice, & morbosa; nec non de experimentis, ac morbis salivae, bilis & sanguinis, ubi obiter de respiratione, & somno. De Statice aeris, & liquidorum per observationes barometricas, & hydrostaticas. ad usum respirationis explicata. De circulatione sanguinis in testudine, eiusdemque cordis Anatome. Epistola ad Alexandrum Pascoli", pp. 52. Dopo aver descritto gli organi, l'A. precisa le loro funzioni, quindi espone le osservazioni che la pratica gli ha dato occasione di fare sulle malattie. Il perugino Alessandro Pascoli (1669 - 1757) fu Protomedico Generale dello Stato Ecclesiastico e Lettore Primario di Medicina nella Sapienza di Roma. Pubblicò quest'opera nel 1700, con notevole successo, tanto che ebbe numerose edizioni. Interessante anche l'"epistola" al Pascoli che raccoglie una serie di esperimenti realizzati da Giorgio Baglivi (1668 - 1707), eminente figura in campo medico. Cfr. De Renzi,IV, p. 479 che cita la I ediz. latina di Roma, 1728 - Biographie Médicale,VI, p. 370 - Choix de Olschki,VII,9214 per l'ediz. di Venezia, 1727. Con fiorit., uniformi arross. su alc. cc. dell'epistola, ma complessivam. buon esemplare.

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        Possirliche Lappen, die mit Nebel-Kappen Irrend herum tappen, mit lächerlichen Concepten, wie der Haas in der Kugel mit Speck dick ausgespickt. Zu beliebter Zeit-Verkürzung. In einem Alt- und neuen Krackauer Kalender auf das 1751. Jahr. So ein Gemein-Jahr von 365 Tägen, nach Ordnung derer 12. Monathen eingetheilet.

      Wien, Henninger (1750). Mit mehrfach gefaltetem gestochenen Frontispiz und 12 Textkupfern. 48 unnum. Bll. Aufwändig blindgeprägter Lederband der Zeit mit Wappensupralibros und den Buchstaben H K K C D auf Deckeln und Metallschließe. 10,5 x 7 cm. Mayer, Wiens Buchdrucker-Geschichte II, p. 25, Anm. 117; nicht im KVK, für mich sonst kein weiterer bibliographischer Nachweis möglich. - Das satirische Kupfer zeigt die \"blinden Lappen\", mit der Legende: \"Sie tappen weil das Liecht abgeht, und wissen nicht wohin, Doch dicker ist die Finsternüß, in ihren blöden Sinn\". Jeder Monat mit einem satirischen Kupfer und einer \"läppischen\" Betrachtung zu den monatlichen Vorkommnissen. - Enthält u.a. auch eine Aderlass-Tafel und zahlreiche Umrechnungstabellen. In Schwarz und Rot gedruckt. - Durchschossen, mit Notizen von alter Hand. - Schönes Exemplar des kuriosen Kalenders! Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        The Antient and Present State of the County and City of Cork, in Four Books. I. Containing, the antient Names of the Territories and Inhabitants, with the Civil and Ecclesiastical Division thereof. II. The Topography of the County and City of Cork. III. The Civil History of the County. IV. The Natural History of the same...Published with the approbation of the Physico-Historical Society.

      13 folding engraved plates (including maps, views, & plans). vi, [16] pp. (subscribers, directions to the binder (in duplicate), and table of contents), [ix]-xxi, [1], [23]-434 pp.; 429, [7] pp. Two vols. 8vo, cont. polished calf (foot of spine of Vol. I with slightest wear), double gilt fillet round sides, spines richly gilt. Dublin: Printed by A. Reilly for the Author, 1750. First edition and a lovely set in fresh contemporary polished calf. Smith (ca. 1715-62), topographer, wrote a series of county histories which were the first of their kind in Ireland. He founded, along with others, both the Physico-Historical Society and Medico-Philosophical Society of Dublin in order to cultivate Irish enlightenment. Smith provides here many details on the lifestyles of the gentry and economic life of County Cork and the city of Cork. Handsome set, preserved in a morocco-backed box. ❧ ODNB. .

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        Publii Virgilii Maronis Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis, illustrata, ornata et accuratissime impressa. Tom. I (e Tom. II)

      impensis J. et P. Knapton... et Gul. Sandby 1750 8vo (cm. 16), 2 Voll., 30 cc.nn., 223 pp.; 2 cc.nn., 266 pp., 1 c.nn. Frontis. stampati in rosso e nero. Alcune ill.ni n.t. e complessive 58 tavv. f.t. a piena pagina. Belle legature coeve in marocchino rosso con nervi, ricchi fregi e titoli oro impressi al ds. Cornici ai piatti e tagli oro. Ex libris al contropiatto anteriore. Leggere bruniture su alcune carte ma bell’esemplare.

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        Anthropologia Nova: or, a new system of anatomy... the third edition corrected...

      printed for William Innys 1750 8vo (cm. 19,6), 2 Voll., X - (4) - 188 pp. con un ritratto dell’A. in antiporta e 10 tavv. rip. f.t.; 1 c.nn. (frontespizio), da p. 189 a p. 448, 8 cc.nn. (Indice e catalogo edit.) con 22 (numerate 18) tavv f.t. anche più volte rip. (segue, in volume a parte) The appendix to dr.Drake’s Anthropologia Nova..., ibidem, printed for William and John Innys 1728, 1 c.nn. (frontespizio), 95(1) pp. con 51 tavv. incise su rame f.t. Uniformi legature coeve in piena pelle con nervi, titolo e numerazione dei volumi impressi in oro ai ds. Cornici ai piatti. Tracce di usura soprattutto agli angoli, alcune mancanze alle cuffie. Cerniere deboli. Firme di appartenenza sulla prima carta bianca di tutti e tre i volumi. Nel complesso, bell’esemplare. Provenienza: Birmingham Medical Institute (scritte impresse in oro al piede del ds. di due volumi, tassello ex libris sul contropiatto anteriore e alcuni piccoli timbri). Rara ristampa con correzioni della terza edizione, qui completa dell’Appendice precedentemente pubblicata. Blake, p. 126 (cita la terza edizione in due voll più Appendice edita nel 1727 - 8)

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        An Account of the War in India, between the English and the French,

      1750 1750 - on the Coast of Coromandel from the Year 1750 to the Year 1760. Together with A Relation of the late Remarkable Events on the Malabar Coast, and Expeditions to Golconda and Surat; With the Operations of the Fleet. The Whole Compiled from Original Papers. London: Printed for T Jefferys, London 1761. With 19 copperengraved plates, most folded. XIII + [3] + XXXII + 276 + 48 + 15 + [1] + XIX + [1] pp. Copy with wide margin bound in worn contemporary full leather with coloured label. Some leaves foxing. * First edition. Richard Owen Cambridge was a British poet but made a valuable contribution to history in his Account of the War in India on the Coast of Coromandel from the year 1750 to 1760 (1761). He had intended to write a history of the rise and progress of British power in India, but this enterprise went no further than this one work, as he found that Robert Orme, who had promised him the use of his papers, contemplated the execution of a similar plan. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Canti carnascialeschi. Tutti i trionfi, carri, mascherate o canti carnascialeschi andati per Firenze dal tempo del Magnifico Lorenzo de’ Medici fino all’anno 1559... Parte prima (e Parte seconda)

      8vo (cm. 22), 2 Voll.; 1 c.nn., LX - 256 pp.; 4 cc.nn., da 259 a 594(2) pp. Due frontespizi allegorici, una tav. rip. con doppio medaglione e 42 ritratti f.t. incisi su rame protetti da carta velina (segue) Biscioni Antommaria, Parere sopra la seconda edizione de’ Canti carnascialeschi..., Firenze, Francesco Moücke, 1750, 39(1) pp. Legature ottocentesche in pergamena con ricchi fregi e doppio tassello con numerazione e titolo in oro al ds. Tagli colorati a spruzzo. Ottimo esemplare. Rarissima prima tiratura della prima edizione illustrata. Da segnalare la presenza del famoso ‘Canto del calcio’ di Gianbatista fell’Ottonaio il secondo testo in assoluto che tratta del calcio... Molti canti hanno per oggetto argomenti venatori (Ceresoli).

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        Gesamtansicht ('Londinum. - London.').

      - Kupferstich b. Joseph Friedrich Leopold in Augsburg, um 1750, 20 x 29

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        Partie meridionale du Royaume de Naples , au se trouvent la Calabrie et l«isle et Royaume de Sicilie

      Artist: Robert Sr; Issued in: Paris; date: 1750 - Artist: Robert Sr.; Issued in: Paris; date: 1750; - Condition: ; Map shows south Italy with Calabria and Sicily, on inset map Malta

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        Carte des Isles d«Acores

      Artist: Anonymous; Issued in: unknown; date: c 1750 - Artist: Anonymous; Issued in: unknown; date: c. 1750; - Condition: Upper margin perfectly replaced; Map shows the Azores and on seperate map Port d«Angra dans l«Isle de Tercera, Les Porte de S. Croa.Isle de Fayal

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        The natural history of Barbados. In ten books. By the Reverend Mr. Griffith Hughes, . . . [Large-Paper Issue]

      London printed for the author; and sold by most booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland 1750 A spectacularly oversized example, with vast margins, of the scarce large-paper issue of perhaps the most important botanical work on Barbados, a book to "place beside Catesby's Natural History" (Hunt), sumptuously produced and beautifully illustrated. Folio: [4], vii, [13], 250, *251-*254, 251-314, [20]pp, complete with 30 full-page copper-engraved plates, many after Georg Dionysius Ehret (1710-1770); folding map of Barbados by Thomas Jeffreys (c.1719-1771), Geographer to King George III; several large engraved headpieces (including 'A Prospect of Bridge-Town in the Island of Barbadoes') and woodcut tailpieces and initials; list of subscribers and a slip containing errata to that list pasted to verso of p.vii (as called for in the Large Paper issue, but without the final errata leaf found in the ordinary paper issue). Rebound to style in three-quarter brown sheep over marbled boards, spine with six raised bands blind-tooled in compartments, original morocco gilt lettering piece laid down. Title page and several preliminary leaves with margins browned and edges expertly strengthened with Japanese tissue. Repaired closed tear to bottom margin of dedication leaf (not affecting text). Offsetting from plates; occasional light foxing or spotting, with somewhat stronger foxing to pp. 4-25 and *251-3 and plates 2 and 3. An excellent copy. Provenance: faded ink stamp of Lehigh University library, dated 1884, with manuscript deaccession note to top of title page (no other library marks anywhere!). Small round former owner's stamp with a monogram 'MB.' References: ESTC Citation No. T147029; Great Flower Books, p.60; Hunt 536; Nissen BBI 950; Sabin 33582; Wood p.393; Calmann Ehret: Flower Painter Extraordinary, p.67. The zoological and botanical plates are each dedicated to a patron or subscriber. Near Fine

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        The Spirit of Laws, 2 Volume Set

      J. Nourse; P. Vaillant;, London 1750 - Binding Copies. Volume 2 lacks leaf 193/194, but the previous owner had a 1752, revised second edition of Volume 2 with the 193/194 leaf, which volume is included with this 2 volume set. Volume 1's very rubbed calf covers have the front cover detached, and the back cover almost fully detached. The spine is very worn and dry, and the original spine label is in 2 parts, and is lacking about 25%. All the pages through page 16 of the main text are detached. Pagination: One blank frontpaper, viii, (20) (Contents and Errata), 452 main text, 46 pages Index, 2 pages publsher's advertising, 2 blank endpapers. The pages have foxing, with some larger browning to the title page and some other preliminary pages. Volume 2's detached front cover has the brown leather overlay peeled. The binding is split in 2 places: between pages 192/195 and between pages 206 and 207. The very worn spine is split down the middle, with just a small fraction of the original spine label remaining. The first frontpaper is detached. Pagination: Three blank frontpapers, xvi Contents, 2 pages publishers' advertising, 483 pages main text, 2 blank endpapers. The pages are foxed, with many pages having light browning in the outer margins, with the frontpapers and the title page having some larger brown stains. Both volumes have early ownership inscriptions on a frontpaper and on the top of the title page. The top right corner of the frontpapers have a crossed-out: T. Henley(?) / 3 Inner Temple/ 1797". A larger inscription at the center of the title page is: "Christ-n Hoxie / Book April 12th 1799". The name of W. C. Tobey is at the upper right corner of each title page. The extra volume - Volume 2 of the 1752 revised edition is also a binding copy. Both rubbed covers are detached, and the binding is split down the middle, with additional binding cracks and loose pages, with a very worn and dry spine. Pagination: One detached and edge-chipped, blank frontpaper, a clean and slightly edge-chipped title page, xvi Contents, a closed tear in leaf 7/8 through the text but with no loss, 483 pages main text, one page publisher's advertising, 46 pages Index, 4 detached, edge-chipped pages of publishers' advertising, one edge-chipped, detached blank endpaper. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        IO. Nicolai Frobesii ...Historia et dogmatica ad Mathesin introductio qua succinta Matheseos historia cum ceteris eiudem praecognitis nec non systematis mathematici delineatio compendio Wolfano accommodata continentur. Mit gestochener Titelvignette u. Textvignetten. Rückenschildchen, Rückenvergoldung.

      Helmstadt: Chr. Fr. Weygand 1750 GLDr. der Zeit, [10]+290+84 Seiten, 8°, Einband etwas berieben, abgegriffen und beschmutzt; etwas gelockert, Ecken und Kanten stark beschabt, sonst guter Zustand.Alte Drucke, Mathematik

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        Manuscript in Spanish on paper: "Reglas y condiciones bajo las quales se ha proyectado establecer la Compañia de Minas, en este Reyno de Nueva-España, y demas Provincias, sus adyacentes con el titulo y advocacion de Nra. Senora de Guadalupe y R[ea]l proteccion del Rey N[ues]tro Sr. Dn. Fer[nan]do 6.o Por cuyo medio, y con el auxilio de los que entraren en ella, se dediquen universalmente al trabajo, y laborio de todas, y se logren los efectos, que con el beneficio fructificaren, cediendo en utilidad comun. De orden de el Excmo. Sr Virrey.

      [Mexico] Folio (30 cm; 11.75"). [19] ff.. no date [ca. 1750] A => contemporary manuscript copy of the rare published work of the same title (Mexico: en la Imprenta del Nuevo Rezado, de Doña Maria de Ribera, 1749), being a plan and prospectus for a new silver mining company to be established during the 18th-century rebirth of the industry that had been brought about by new technologies. => The original publication was so rare that Medina never knew of it. Sewn in contemporary plain wrappers; one marginal pin-type wormhole touching (but not compromising) three notes only. Written in a very clear hand.

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        Possirliche Lappen, die mit Nebel - Kappen Irrend herum tappen, mit lächerlichen Concepten, wie der Haas in der Kugel mit Speck dick ausgespickt. Zu beliebter Zeit - Verkürzung. In einem Alt - und neuen Krackauer Kalender auf das 1751. Jahr. So ein Gemein - Jahr von 365 Tägen, nach Ordnung derer 12. Monathen eingetheilet.

      Wien, Henninger (1750).Mit mehrfach gefaltetem gestochenen Frontispiz und 12 Textkupfern. 48 unnum. Bll. Aufwändig blindgeprägter Lederband der Zeit mit Wappensupralibros und den Buchstaben H K K C D auf Deckeln und Metallschließe. 10,5 x 7 cm. Mayer, Wiens Buchdrucker - Geschichte II, p. 25, Anm. 117; nicht im KVK, für mich sonst kein weiterer bibliographischer Nachweis möglich. - Das satirische Kupfer zeigt die "blinden Lappen", mit der Legende: "Sie tappen weil das Liecht abgeht, und wissen nicht wohin, Doch dicker ist die Finsternüß, in ihren blöden Sinn". Jeder Monat mit einem satirischen Kupfer und einer "läppischen" Betrachtung zu den monatlichen Vorkommnissen. - Enthält u.a. auch eine Aderlass - Tafel und zahlreiche Umrechnungstabellen. In Schwarz und Rot gedruckt. - Durchschossen, mit Notizen von alter Hand. - Schönes Exemplar des kuriosen Kalenders! Bücher de

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        A serious proposal for promoting lawful and honourable marriage.

      8vo., (2) 74pp., first and last leaves rather dust-soiled, short closed tear in title (no loss), old maroon half morocco over marbled boards, neatly rebacked to match, gilt lines and old label. A good copy. A marvellous, and very early, proposal for a marriage agency in London. The author observes that there are a significant number of young, eligible, unmarried women in the capital who "thro' either choice or necessity, have cultivated so slender, or ill-suited an acquaintance amongst single men, as not to be able, on a fair examination of their own hearts, seriously to approve of any one in their whole circle, that might be inclined to make overtures of marriage". And at the same time the author observes that "there are ..... many single ladies, in and about this great city of London, who, thro' too confined an education, and severe restraint, have not been so properly introduced into the world as they ought; and have, by that means, lost many advantages, in respect of marriage .....". From page 34 the author describes in detail the scheme he has in mind. There were 23 rules of engagement, as it were, which together make up the essentials of how it was all planned to work. In the first place, there were to be "two public offices ..... at two different parts of the city; viz. one near Temple-Bar, and the other near Charing-Cross: this to be called, The Ladies Office; and that, The Gentleman's". (Thus avoiding "as much as possible, all impertinent curiosity, of either sex"). Each office to have a registrar who would attend on each Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday", from 11am to 2pm and from 5pm to 8pm. Records would be kept on the payment of a one guinea registration fee. These records, all duly stamped and recorded, would include a "letter of description" of each client, giving essential details (age, height, complexion, "fortune" or financial status, profession or trade, &c. &c. and pseudonym). The register of clients would be available to view on certain days for one shilling per view. "Rule XII. That if any gentleman, or lady, on looking over their opposite registers, shall approve of any description, and circumstances, as there entered, so as to desire an interview with such person; on sending a letter, directed to the said office as above, and subscribed by his or her second name, or popular name, with the number on the stamp before the date, of such proposal; the same shall be immediately communicated to such lady, or gentleman, and his or her answer thereto, transmitted, as soon as received". There would be a further fee payable when an "interview" was arranged. Strict rules governed such meetings - to take place in "a private house of reputation and credit", to have no locks or bolts on the doors, and to have a guard "constantly on call".Throughout his description of the proposal, the author clearly sees it as imperative that "undiscoverable privacy" and probity of behaviour were both essential. "Rudeness, or indecency of any kind whatsoever" were to be avoided at all costs.

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        Manuscript. On paper, in Spanish.

      Calahorra Folio (31 cm; 12.25"). [17] ff.. 12 July 1750 Bound with another manuscript: Castildelgado, Spain. Manuscript. On paper, in Spanish. Castildelgado, 22 April 1664. Folio (31 cm; 12.25"). [10] ff. The ecclesiastical cabildo presents for approval its revised statutes as per the bishop's request. The first version had failed to address the question of burials: The new statutes do so. The Castildelgado document is the settling of a dispute with the town of Ybrillos over pasturing rights. Bound in limp vellum with remnants of ties. Written in clear notarial hands. A very little tattering; in very good condition.

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        AUGSBURG. - Rathaus. "Prospect des Brodmarckts gegen dem Rath-Hauß zu Augspurg".

      - Altkol. Kupferstich (Guckkastenblatt) von Probst, Augsburg, um 1750, 27,5 x 41 cm. Kapff, Guckkastenbilder K 1. - Farbenprächtiges und wohl erhaltenes Augsburger Guckkastenblatt mit sehr reicher Staffage.

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        AUGSBURG. - Mahlergasse. "Prospect der so genandten Mahler=Gasse von dem Perlach gegen der Dom Kirch, zu Augspurg". Blick vom Perlachturm die Mahlergasse entlang auf den Dom zu Augsburg (Mariä Heimsuchung).

      - Kupferstich (Guckkastenblatt) von Georg Balthasar Probst, um 1750, 27,5 x 40,5 cm. Schefold 41791; Kapff, Guckkastenbilder K13. - Mit geglätteter Faltspur, kleinen professionell restaurierten Randeinrissen, leicht angegraut.

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        Gesamtans., übern Rhein, i. Vgr. Rheininsel, Schiffe u. Fischerboote, "Vorms, Ville d' Allemagne dans le Palarinat du Rhein.".

      - altkol. Kupferstich ( Guckkasten ) b. Mondhare in Paris, um 1750, 26 x 42,5

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        \"Der kleine S. Marcus Plaz samt dem Rath-Hauß zu Venedig\". `Blick vom Kanal mit vielen Booten auf den Dogenpalast.

       Altkol. Kupferstich (Guckkastenblatt) von G.B. Probst, um 1750, 27 x 40,5 cm. Kapff, Guckkastenbilder K164. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Europa, Guckkastenblatt, Italien

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        Allgemeine Historie der Natur nach allen ihren besondern Theilen abgehandelt; nebst einer Beschreibung der Naturalienkammer Sr. Majestät des Königes von Frankreich. Mit einer Vorrede Herrn Doctor Albrecht von Haller.. Erster Theil u. Ersten Theils zweyter Band (in einem Bd.).

      Hamburg, Georg Christian Grund, 1750 4°, XXVIII, 318 S., 6 Registerbl., 9 Kupferstiche (davon 2 Falttaf.); 1 Bl., 288 S. 5 Bl. Register, 11 Kupferstiche (davon eine Falttaf.), 11 Tabellen., Neueres HPrgt. goldgepr. Rückenschildchen., Rückenschildchen mit Abspleissung. Allgemein leicht fleckig; Teil I: Titelbl. am Rand (1 cm) hinterlegt, S. 283 kleiner Randeinriss (geklebt); Teil II: S. 27-28 mit Tintenfleck (10 x 2 cm, Text jedoch lesbar), Falttafel IV im Falz verstärkt, 2 Registerbl. am Rand partiell verstärkt. Insgesamt gutes Exemplar. Der I. Theil. I. Band enthält: Zwei einführende Abhandlungen u. die Abhandlung «Beweise der Theorie der Erde». enthaltend 19 Artikel u.a.: Von der Bildung der Planeten; Von dem Systeme des Herrn Whiston; des Herrn Burner; des Herrn Woodward; Erklärung einiger anderer Systeme; Geografie (enthaltend zwei Faltkarten: «Carte von der Neuen Welt» u. «Carte von der Alten Welt»); Vom Ursprunge der Schichten oder Lagen der Erde; Von den Muscheln und andern Seegeschöpfen; Von den Ungleichheiten auf der Oberfläche der Erde; etc. Der I. Theil. II. Band enthält 11 Kapitel und die Abhandlung «Natürliche Historie des Menschen». Die Kapitel tragen u.a. die Überschriften: Vergleichung der Thiere und Pflanzen; Von der Hervorbringung seines gleichen überhaupt; Von der Erzeugung der Thiere etc.. die Kapitel «Erfahrungen. die Zeugung betreffend» und «Vergleichung der Beobachtung» enthalten sieben Tafeln (1 davon als Falttafel) mit 51 Figuren. die Vergrösserungen u.a. von Spermien zeigen; Die Abhandlung «Natürliche Historie des Menschen» enthält eine Tafel zur Mimik u. 11 Tabellen mit Statistiken zu Geburten- u. Todesrate. Das ganze Werk enthält Kupfer von: C. H. Seebach del. (J. C. Syfang sc.). C. F. W. Richard del. (J. Haas sc.); Bernigeroth (Lips sc.). J. C. G. Fritzsch (Lips sc.). Deséve (Bernigeroth sc.) u. weitere Kupfer gestochen von Jonas Haas u. C. Fritzsch. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Naturwissenschaft Geschichte Biologie - allgemein Geologie

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        Tutti i trionfi, carri, mascherate o canti carnascialeschi andati per Firenze dal tempo del Magnifico Lorenzo de Medici fino all anno 1559 In questa seconda Edizione corretti, con diversi MSS. collazionati, delle loro varie lezioni arricchiti, notabilmente accresciuti.

      In Cosmopoli (ma Lucca, 1750 - Due volumi di cm. 23,5, pp. lx, 594 (2) complessive. Con bel frontespizio figurato all'inizio di ciascuna delle due parti, una tavola con due medaglioni e 42 tavole f.t. di ritratti incisi in rame. Solida ed elegante legatura coeva in piena pergamema rigida, dorsi a nervi con fregi in oro e titoli su doppi tasselli. Sguardie marmorizzate. Qualche brunitura sparsa, ma esemplare complessivamente genuino e molto marginoso, ben conservato. Copia proveniente dalla biblioteca privata di Luigi Razzolini, di cui appare un'annotazione manoscritta (in cui si dice il prezzo cui l'ha pagato).

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        Veduta generale del monastero di Vallombrosa.

      - Firenze, tiratura della fine del XIX secolo. Incisione in rame all’acquaforte, b/n, cm 55 x 143 ca. (alla lastra), stampata su quattro fogli poi uniti. Al margine inf. sin. Ant. Cioci Florent. delin. et sculpsit anno 1750, titolo didascalico lungo tutto il margine inferiore "Deiparae Virgini in coelum [.] Vallisumbrosae [ ] prospectum Sacri Monasterii [ ]", nove didascalie in calce, ai lati del titolo, sul margine inferiore, al margine inf. ds. D. A. A. F. C. Grande e bella veduta del Monastero di Vallombrosa e del territorio circostante, con scene di vita contadina; le umili abitazioni dei religiosi dell'Ordine fanno da sfondo al paesaggio circosante. Edizione della fine del XIX secolo. L'incisione è tratta dalle "Vedute di Vallombrosa e dintorni e del monastero o badia benedettina" (Antonio Donati del. e inc., Firenze, 1784), un album in folio oblungo composto da una stupenda serie di trentasei vedute incise da Antonio Donati (pittore e incisore toscano attivo nella seconda metà del XVIII secolo), tutte firmate dall’artista nell’angolo inferiore destro. Si tratta di vedute all’acquaforte che raffigurano edifici, vedute e paesaggi, risaltando le bellezze naturali della zona dell’Appennino toscano, dove Vallombrosa è situata, e il Monastero di Vallombrosa, con nome Monastero di Santa Maria Assunta (XI - XII sec.), è la più importante di queste vedute (ne citiamo alcune altre: Ponte di Tosi, San Gualberto, Masso del Diavolo, Mulino della Badia, Eremo delle Celle, Castello di Ristonchi, Eremo della Macinaia). (Cfr.: Thieme - Becker, IX, p. 427; Dizionario degli incisori Bolaffi, IV, p. 183). Curiosità sempre viva hanno suscitato i monasteri, soprattutto quelli di Vallombrosa e Camaldoli che, assenti dalle comuni agende di viaggio, sono sempre stati destinazioni predilette per i naturalisti e i pellegrini. Nel secolo romantico del vedutismo divennero invece, per la loro posizione erta, isolata e immersa nella natura, i luoghi prediletti per i pittori di paesaggio e il fascino di questi siti è stato catturato nel tempo da molti illustri visitatori: fu Milton a inaugurare, nel 1639, la consuetudine di compiere un’escursione al convento di Vallombrosa, la cui fitta vegetazione gli servirà da modello per la descrizione de Paradiso Terrestre (Brilli, 1993); al convento sono legati Cellini, Ariosto e Lamartine, che lo visitarono e lo cantarono; Valéry giudica Vallombrosa "una Chartreuse dell’Appennino, meno aspra di quella delle Alpi, con il cielo di Italia e la vista del mare". Nella chiesa del monastero di Vallombrosa, fondato dal monaco San Gualberto nell’XI secolo, si conservano le reliquie del fondatore, seppure non il corpo. Carta uniformemente un poco ingiallita, come tipico di molta carta ottocentesca, peraltro buono lo stato di conservazione.

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        Hortus Nitidissimis: Hyacinthus II - Koning von Groot Britannien. Altkoloierter Kupferstich nach Georg Ehret von J.M Seligmann.

       Blattgröße ca. 50,5 x 36 cm, alt unter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt. ( Rahmenmaß: 61 x 46,5 cm ), Der Rahmen gering bestoßen, das Blatt gering fleckig bzw. leicht stockfleckig. Insgesamt guter Zustand. >>>From Christoph Trew`s magnificent HORTUS NITIDISSIMIS OMNEM PER ANNUM SUPERBIENS FLORIBUS published in three volumes over a 36 year period from 1750-1786. ( Bitte beachten: Hier nur Versand als ausgerahmtes Blatt ohne Rahmen, ansonsten bitte Selbstabholung ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Hyacinthus, Hyazinthe, Seligmann, Trew, Ehret, Google, Kupferstich, altkoloriert

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        XVII Provinciae Belgii sive Germaniae inferioris Briscis temporiw circulu Burgundicu S.R.I.

      Artist: Lotter Tobias Conrad; Issued in: Augsburg; date: c 1750 - Artist: Lotter, Tobias Conrad; Issued in: Augsburg; date: c. 1750; - Condition: Very good; Map shows the Benelux countries

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        Possirliche Lappen, die mit Nebel-Kappen Irrend herum tappen, mit lächerlichen Concepten, wie der Haas in der Kugel mit Speck dick ausgespickt. Zu beliebter Zeit-Verkürzung. In einem Alt- und neuen Krackauer Kalender auf das 1751. Jahr. So ein Gemein-Jahr von 365 Tägen, nach Ordnung derer 12. Monathen eingetheilet.

      Wien, Henninger (1750).. Mit mehrfach gefaltetem gestochenen Frontispiz und 12 Textkupfern. 48 unnum. Bll. Aufwändig blindgeprägter Lederband der Zeit mit Wappensupralibros und den Buchstaben H K K C D auf Deckeln und Metallschließe. 10,5 x 7 cm. Mayer, Wiens Buchdrucker-Geschichte II, p. 25, Anm. 117; nicht im KVK, für mich sonst kein weiterer bibliographischer Nachweis möglich. - Das satirische Kupfer zeigt die "blinden Lappen", mit der Legende: "Sie tappen weil das Liecht abgeht, und wissen nicht wohin, Doch dicker ist die Finsternüß, in ihren blöden Sinn". Jeder Monat mit einem satirischen Kupfer und einer "läppischen" Betrachtung zu den monatlichen Vorkommnissen. - Enthält u.a. auch eine Aderlass-Tafel und zahlreiche Umrechnungstabellen. In Schwarz und Rot gedruckt. - Durchschossen, mit Notizen von alter Hand. - Schönes Exemplar des kuriosen Kalenders!

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        Nieuwe Kaart Van America Uitgegeven Te Amsterdam

      Amsterdam: Tirion, Isaak. Very Good. Map. A hard-to-find Dutch hand-colored map with borders measuring 10 3/4" x 12 1/2". Chips, toned edges, light soil and few millimeters of loss on a two-inch section of the left edge. One centerfold where the map was stubbed in and one diagonal fold line. Isaak Tirion was a Dutch mapmaker who based his maps largely on the work of French cartographer Guillaume de l'Isle. Circa 1750. Tirion published this map in several atlas editions after 1740. The fabled Quivira is used to name a large mountain range placed just north of Mexico. ; 16 1/2" x 21 1/2" .

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        DELLA STORIA NATURALE MARINA DELL'ADRIATICO. Saggio... Giuntavi una lettera del Dott. Lionardo Sesler intorno ad un nuovo genere di piante terrestri.

      Venezia, appresso Francesco Storti, 1750. In-4 p. (mm. 315x232), cartonato rustico coevo, 4 cc.nn., LXXXI pp.num., con 10 tavv. f.t., più volte ripieg., inc. in rame, ciasc. con più figure. "Vi sono contenute considerazioni generali sulla biologia marina, osservazioni originali sull'idrografia e la geologia della costa adriatica orientale, descrizioni di alcuni fossili, e soprattutto la presentazione dettagliata di molte specie che vivono in questo mare. L'opera del Donati ha influenzato il pensiero biologico europeo per la dimostrazione del carattere sostanzialmente animale della riproduzione e della crescita dei coralli.. Il successo scientifico del libro gli procurò fama internazionale". Cosi' Diz. Biografico degli Italiani,XLI, p. 62-63. Rara "prima edizione" della più importante opera del naturalista padovano (1717-62). Cfr. Cat. of the British Museum,I,II, p. 472. Due tavv. arross., qualche lieve fiorit., ma certamente un buon esemplare con barbe.

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        Tutti i trionfi carri, mascherate o canti carnascialeschi andati per Firenze dal tempo del Magnifico Lorenzo de' Medici fino all'anno 1559. (Parte prima-seconda). In questa seconda edizione corretti, con diversi mss. collazionati, delle loro varie lezioni arricchiti, notabilmente accresciuti, e co' ritratti di ciascun poeta adornati.

      Cosmopoli (invece Lucca), 1750 - In-8 (21 cm) 2 voll. (1) c. (di tavola in antiporta) LX (36) c. (di ritratto) 256 (2); (1) c. (di tavola in antiporta) (2) 259-594 (2) (7) c. (di ritratto). Piena pergamena coeva. Tagli spruzzati di rosso. Perfetto. Raccolta fatta da Anton Francesco Grazzini detto il Lasca. Edizione a cura di Rinaldo Bracci, sotto lo pseudonimo di Neri del Boccia: cfr. Melzi, Diz. op. anon. e pseud., v. 2, p. 227. Stampato a Lucca da Benedini: cfr. M. Parenti, Diz. dei luoghi di stampa, p. 64. Edizione divisa in 2 pt., entrambe precedute da front. generale calcogr. e da occhietto particolare. Lasca: Grazzini, Anton Francesco (1503-1583). Commediografo, poeta e novelliere, speziale, nato e morto a Firenze; era noto con lo pseudonimo di Lasca, nome che mantenne nell'Accademia degli Umidi, della quale fu uno degli undici fondatori nel 1540 e più tardi anche nell'Accademia della Crusca. 18mo secolo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Carta geografica del governo della Liguria o sia dello Stato della repubblica di Genova.

      Venezia, 1750 - Incisione in rame, colorata a mano, mm 335x403, tratta da "Lo stato presente di tutti i paesi e popoli " di Salmon, in cui l'editore Albrizzi riutilizzò le lastre già usate in "Atlante novissimo" del 1740. Bell'esemplare con le consuete tracce di pieghe editoriali.

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        \"Vorschriften und Zeichnungen zu denen Baierischen Situations Carten\". Übersicht zur Gestaltung und Ausführung von Landkarten.

       Aquarell, um 1750, 23 x 40 cm. Die Übersicht zeigt in sechs Spalten beispielhaft wie eine Festung, eine Stadt, Marktflecken, Landdorf oder \"Colloniedorf\" zu zeichnen sind. Ferner mit Anweisungen zu allen Arten von Gebäuden, Bergwerken, Bäumen und Gebüschen, Strassen, Wegen, Grenzen und Plätzen, Flüssen, Seen und Kanälen, Bergen, Mooren, Felder, Holzschlägen u.v.m. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Aquarell/Zeichnung, Dekorative Graphik, Kartographie

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        A View of St. Peter's Bridge at Sieve near Florence.

      Parr after G. Zocchi. A View of St. Peter's Bridge at Sieve near Florence. Original engraving, published by Robert Sayer, London, 1750. 300 x 430mm. £580

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        Befestigungsplan mit Einzeichnungen der Gebäude und Umgebungskarte ('Dusseldorf').

      - aquarellierte und lavierte Tuschefederzeichnung v. V. Wolff, um 1750, 24 x 36,5 Fein ausgeführter Manuskriptplan. - Oben rechts Erklärungen von A - Z und Meilenzeiger. - Unten links Signatur von V. Wolff. - Mittig am unteren Rand Windrose. - Tadellos erhalten!

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        La Cecina di S: E: il Sig:re Sen.re March:e Carlo Ginori.

      - Dall’album "Vedute delle Ville e d’altri luoghi della Toscana", 1750 circa. Incisione in rame all’acquaforte, cm 32 x 49 ca. (alla lastra), in bs. a sn. "G: Zocchi del:", in bs. a ds. "F: Morghen Scol" (sotto, il numero di rif. della tav., il 19). Bella veduta animata presa dal fiume: in primo piano diverse imbarcazioni, in secondo piano la grande villa con a fianco una barca in costruzione; sullo sfondo le colline toscane con il paese di Casale in lontananza, molto ben delineato. Un restauro all’angolo destro superiore del margine bianco non tocca la parte incisa. Bell’esemplare in ampi margini.

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        Torah, nevi'im u-khetuvim Biblia hebraica sine punctis Accurante Nath Forster

      Oxonii: E Typographeo Clarendoniano 4to (24 cm; 9.5"). 2 vols. in 1. I: [4], 126, [1], 110 ff. II: [1], 116, [1], 142 ff.. 1750 Late as the date may seem for it, this is the first separate edition of the Hebrew Bible printed in England, preceded only by the printing of the text as part of the Walton Polyglot. Editor Nathaniel Forster (1718–57), an accomplished scholar of Greek, Latin, and Hebrew, has included (in the style of the table of contents) "Pentateuchus, Prophetae priores, Prophetae posteriores, Hagiographa"; the leaves following "Prophetae posteriores" are separately signed and printed "Vol. 2." Based on Van der Hoogh's version, the text is in Hebrew, with titles and chapter heads also in Latin. There were two issues of this, a large paper issue and the common paper issue, of which this is one of the latter. Unlike most 18th-century books printed at Oxford, this is scarce. ESTC locates only seven U.S. holding libraries (one of which has deaccessioned its copy) and WorldCat locates three additional library copies (one of which has also been deaccessioned). Of the eight reported copies still actually in libraries four are in the Northeast, two in California, one at Duke, and one in Ohio. Provenance: The Howell Bible Collection, Pacific School of Religion (properly released). Full modern brown morocco plain style, round spine, raised bands, gilt ruling above and below each band . A few sequential lower margins with a spill stain, a bit of foxing and instances of the lightest possible old waterstaining at rear. Two library stamps (one on title, one in a blank area of an interior leaf), as above. => A very clean, crisp copy.

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        Doppelblatt mit persischer Dichtung.

      Nordindien Mitte des 18 Jahrhunderts für den persischen Markt (um ) 1750 - Einseitige mehrfarbige sehr fein gemalte Miniatur auf O-Elfenbein-Doppelpapierblatt. Text mit 12-zeiliger eleganter Nasta'liq Schrift in schwarzer Tinte. Blatt in mehrfachem Goldrahmen mit dazwischen liegender floraler Verzierung, Eckverzierungen und Textanfänge in floralverzierter Kartusche auf goldenem Grund. Doppel-Blattgröße: 275 x 212 mm. - - -Miniature on double-leaf from an illuminated poetry manuscript, Moulana Nurruddin Abdorrahman Jami, North India, middle of the 18th century, on gold sprinkled paper. There are twelve lines to the page written in two columns of elegant Nasta’liq script in black ink, inter columnar rules decorated with floral motifs, corner pieces and outer margins decorated with floral sprays and motifs in colors and gold throughout, inner margins ruled in colors and gold. The double leaf measures: 275 x 212 mm. - - - The Persian mystic poet Moulana Noor-od-Din (Nuruddin) Abdorrahman Jami was born in Jam, a small town of Khorasan in 1414 CE. His poetic name is Jami, the word Jam means "wine goblet" in Persian and Nuruddin means "Light of Faith." He was born in a village near Jam, but a few years after his birth, his family migrated to the cultural city of Herat where he spent most of his life. He did travel extensively, most significantly to Samarqand, where he completed his studies. He was a famous Sufi, and a follower of the Naqshbandiyyah Sufi Order. At the end of his life (1492 CE) he was living in Herat. The Baharestan, or Land of Spring, is Jami's best-known work. It is a compendium of fables and short stories, in the tradition of the Golestan of Sa'di.

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        Histoire Naturelle des Oiseaux, ornée de 306 Estampes, qui les représentent parfaitement au Natural. et augmentée de notes & de remarques curieuses, par W.Derham.

      - La Haye, Pierre de Hondt, 1750. 3 volumes. 4to (293 x 235mm). With 306 fine engraved plates. Contemporary calf, richly gilt decorated spines in 6 compartments with red gilt lettered label, gilt edges (very slightly rubbed). An attractive uniformly bound copy of the rare French edition, the first English one was published in 1731-1738. Eleazer Albin is one of the obscure 18th century natural history illustrators, and apart from being a teacher of drawing and watercolour hardly anything is known of him. Besides the above work he published a splendid work on the 'Natural history of Insects' and an attractive work on spiders. The plates of the above offered work were drawn by the author."Albin. was one of the first artists to set each bird on a branch or other suitable perch, sometimes with the typical food of each species as well. The importance of his books . lies in the fact that some of his illustrations and descriptions are the first of those particular species to appear and thus serve as 'type specimens'. Albin did not work alone. He shared the task of drawing, engraving and colouring the plates with his daughter, Elisabeth (c. 1708-41). She has the distinction of being the first woman known to have worked as an illustrator of bird books, signing forty-one of the plates as having been her work alone. Her style, too, was distinctive, softer and more delicate than her father's, and she was evidently more painstaking, painting with lighter, shorter strokes of the brush" (J. Elphick, Birds, the art of ornithology pp. 32-33). There are 2 issues of the work one with the plates coloured and one with plain plates as the present copy.Provenance: Signature of Palisot-Beauvois on title. Baron Marie François Joseph Palisot de Beauvois (1752-1820) was a French laywer and botanist.Anker 6; Nissen IVB, 16. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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