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        Vergleichung der Historien und Thaten verschiedener insonderheit orientalisch- und indianischer grosser Helden und berühmter Männer, nach Plutarchi Beyspiel.

      In die Teutsche Sprache übersetzt, und mit einer Vorrede begleitet von I. F. S. (1)-2. Delitzsch, J. C. E. Vogelgesang, 1754 / Copenhagen, Christian Gottlob Mengel, 1748. 8vo. (48),+ 556; (2),+ 558 pp. Minor spotting in second part. Together with: HOLBERG, Ludwig von. Vergleichene Geschichte verschiedner Heldinnen und anderer berühmten Damen. Nach dem Beyspiel des Plutharchs, Aus dem Dänischen ins Deutsche übersetzt. Zwey Theile. Copenhagen & Leipsig, 1754. 8vo. (41),+ 376; 388 pp. Some spotting. Contemporary half calf, spines gilt with raised bands with black title compartments, red edges. Three volumes. From the library of T. H. Gadebusch, with his book plate. From the library at Ericsberg. Carlander II, 658. Part one is the third and part two is the second edition of the German translation of Holbergs "Adskillige store heltes og berømmelige mænds, sær orientalske og indianske sammenlignede historier og bedrifter efter Plutharchi maade" (1739). The third edition is a titelauflage of the second. The first come in 1741. Biographies of Tamerlane, Saladin, Zoroaster, Akebar, Abbas the Great, Mahomet, Peter the Great, Socrates, Julius Caesar, Montezuma etc. Together with the second edition of the German translation of "Adskillige heltinders og navnkundige damers smmenlignede historier" (1745), translated by Georg August Detharding. The first German edition was published in 1746. The woman are Elisabeth I. of England, Katharina Medici, Kleopatra, Anna Boleyn, Mme de Mazarin, Jeanne d'Arc, Antoinette de Bourbon, Johanna Gray, Maria Stuart, Christine of Sweden, Margarethe de Valois, Eleonora Christine Ulfeld etc. Thomas Heinrich Gadebusch (1736-1804) was professor in Greifswald and wrote several works on Pomeranian history and translated several Swedish works into German

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        TRATTATO DI MUSICA SECONDO LA VERA SCIENZA DELL'ARMONIA.

      In-8 gr. (mm. 252x185), p. pelle mod., sottile cornice dorata al piatto, dorso a cordoni (restaur.) con decoraz. e tit. oro ai riquadri, astuccio, pp. (8),175, marca tipografica al frontesp., ornato da elaborate testate e finali inc. su legno. Nel vol. figurano molti esempi musicali (uno a p. pag. è inc. in rame) e con 1 tav. ripieg. f.t., pure inc. in rame. L'opera è divisa in 6 capitoli: "De' fenomeni armonici, loro natura e significazione - Del circolo,.. - Consonanze e dissonanze, .. - Della scala e del genere pratico musicale, origine, uso e conseguenze - De' modi, o siano Tuoni musicali, antichi e moderni - Degl'intervalli e modulazioni particolari della musica moderna". "Rarissima edizione originale" di questo importante trattato del celebre compositore istriano (1692-1770). Cfr. Fetis,VIII, p. 328/33 - Choix de Olschki,VIII,11415 - Riccardi,I, p. 508: " Vi sono premessi alcuni principi di aritmetica e di geometria" - Graesse.VII,30. La tavola restaur. per strappi; aloni interc. nel t. ma certam. un buon esemplare con barbe.

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        Traité Philosophique des Loix Naturelles, ou l'on recherche et l'on établit, par la Nature des Choses, la forme de ces Loix, leurs principaux chefs, leur ordre, leur publication & leur obligation: on y refute aussi les Elemens de la Morale & de la Politique de Thomas Hobbes. Tradut du Latin, Par Monsieur Barbeyrac, avec des Notes du Traducteur, qui y a joint celles de la Traduction Angloise.

      Amsterdam, Chez Pierre Mortier & Paris, Chez Huart, 1754. 4to. Beautiful cont. full mottled calf with five raised bands and gilt red title-label to richly gilt back. All edges of boards gilt. A very beautiful and well preserved copy with only minor fowing to a few leaves. Half-title, beautiful engraved frontispiece (a bit ahaved at bottom, where half of the last line of text is cut away - thus not disturbing image, and all text still legible), XXVIII, (1), 435, (1, -errata), (8, -contents) pp.. First edition of the important first French translation of Cumberland's magnum opus, the highly important and influential masterpiece, which not only criticized Hobbes, absorbing and neutralizing many of his insights, but which thus also created a new political and ethical theory, which came to greatly influence later jurists and philosophers of natural law and ethics, e.g. Locke, Pufendorf, Hutcheson, and Shaftesbury, as well as much philosophy of the French Enlightenment. The present work also greatly influenced the understanding and reception of Hobbes in France and affected the French Enlightenment philosophers. "Traité Philosophique des Loix Naturelles", originally published in Latin in 1772, the same year as Pufendorf's "De jure naturae et gentium", constitutes Cumberland's earliest work, published by him at the age of 40. It was immediately read by the greatest of his contemporaries, exercised a great influence and was soon regarded as one of the three greatest works of the modern natural law tradition, together with Grotius' "On the Law of War and Peace" and Pufendorf's "De jurae naturae". In a later work Pufendorf commended the "De legibus" highly, and with its early utilitarian views and its doctrine of the common good as the supreme law of morality, it anticipated and influenced the direction that much ethical thought was to take in the 18th century. "Some of the earliest utilitarian thinkers were the 'theological' utilitarians such as Richard Cumberland (1631-1718) and John Gay (1699-1745). They believed that promoting human happiness was incumbent on us since it was approved by God." (SEP)."His combination of a strong critique of innate ideas and assertion of the moral community with God was a contributing factor in the formation of the kind of empirically based natural providentialism, or natural religious teleology, which soon became the framework or natural law thinking and, indeed, for the mainstream of Enlightenment moral thought." (Haakonssen, Natural Law and Moral Philosophy", p. 51).At the age of 60, the English philosopher and theologian Richard Cumberland (1631 - 1718) was appointed bishop of Peterborough (without having applied for it). Before that, he had been educated at Magdalen College in Cambridge and at the University of Oxford. He studied medicine for some time and then theology, becoming Doctor of Divinity in 1680. In 1658 he became rector of Brampton Ash in Northamptonshire, and in 1661 he became one of the 12 preachers of the university. In 1670 he became rector of All Saints at Stamford. He was known for the great effort and time that he put into his work, and it was not until his late thirties that he found time to finish the major work that he had been working on. Thus in 1672, he published his first work, his magnum opus "De legibus naturae"( "Traité Philosophique des Loix Naturelles"), which became famous for its vast critique of Hobbes - mainly of that which he saw as his egoistic ethics- and for its propounding of utilitarianism.The main purpose of the "De legis naturae" is to refute Hobbes' theories of the constitution of man, morality, origin of society, etc. and to show that the state of nature is not a state of war. According to Cumberland, man's primary end is not self-advantage, and power is not the foundation of society. He puts forth a new doctrine of morality, which is still based on natural law, but which is accompanied by a running criticism of Hobbes' views, which seem to him subversive of religion, morality, and civil society. He sees the law of nature as capable of pointing out that which will promote the common good, and he believes that the law of nature can be inferred by observing physical and mental phenomena. Thus, Cumberland agrees with Hobbes in the attempt to provide a naturalistic account of the normative force of obligation and in the attempt of establishing a rational dictate, but he opposes Hobbes in the way that these can be derived.Another edition of the present work was published simultaneously at Lausanne and Geneva, and it was published again in 1757 in Leyden. The first English translation of the work appeared in 1727, and a new translation into English followed in 1750.Brunet II:442 (only mentioning the present Amsterdam-edition and the 1757 Leyden-edition)

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        Remarques sur les avantages et les desavantages de la France et de la Gr.

      Bretagne, par rapport au commerce, & aux autres sources de la puissance des etats. Traduction de l'anglois du chevalier John Nickolls. Troisieme edition. Leiden, et se trouve à Paris, chez les freres Estienne, 1754. 12:o. VI,(8),411 s. Titelbladet tryckt i rött och svart. Elegant samtida rött marokängbd med ngt blekt rikt guldornerad rygg. Pärmarna med linjerat ramverk, kantförgyllning och inre denteller. Helt guldsnitt. Frampärmen med några nötmärken där färgen är avskavd. Liten rättelse på s. 43. Trevligt ex.. Kress 5382. Goldsmiths 8917. Skriften är ett inlägg i den seglivade debatt som fördes mellan franska och engelska politiska aritmetiker angående de respektive ländernas ekonomiska företräden. Att boken skulle vara översatt från engelskan är en ren fiktion. Utgivningsåret besökte Plumard de Dangeul Sverige där han valdes in i Vetenskapsakademien. Första upplagan trycktes i Leiden 1754 och minst fyra upplagor utkom detta år, liksom en engelsk översättning

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        Practicks: Or, A System Of the more ancient Law of Scotland

      First edition of one of the most important of all works of Scots law, written in the late 16th century and compared to Justinian's Digest by Professor Walker, who calls it "the earliest extant general compendium of the post-medieval law of Scotland". Contemporary 1/2 calf, worn, rebacked, a good clean copy. Printed by Thomas and Walter Ruddimans, for A. Kincaid [etc.], Edinburgh, 1754.

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        THESAURUS ANTIQUITATUM BENEVENTANARUM.

      DE VITA Joannes. Vol. I: Thesaurus Antiquitatum Beneventanarum. Volume II: Thesaurus Alter Antiquitatum Beneventanarum Medii Aevii. Romae, ex Typographia Palladis, excudebant Nicolaus et Marcus Palearini, 1754-1764. Due volumi in folio; pp. XIII, 350, 4 n.nn.,LXXXII, 2 n.nn; pp. XVI, 4 n.nn., 521, 1 con errata. Frontespizi con caratteri neri e rossi e differenti insegne tipografiche. Testate, capilettera, finaletti riccamente ornati. Intercalati nel testo illustrazioni e ritratti. Sette tavole incise in rame fuori testo tra cui quella raffigurante l?Arco di Traiano e quella a doppia facciata con la Porta della Cattedrale. Esemplare marginoso e fresco, qualche rada fioritura. Pergamena coeva, doppio tassello ai dorsi con titolo e fregi in oro. Lieve abrasione al piatto posteriore del volume primo. Edizione rarissima ed unica. Brunet V, 806; Cicognara 4114: ?Quest'opera fu intitolata a Benedetto XV e venne stampata pulitamente con buone tavole fra le quali deve trovarsi nel primo volume la bella tavola dell'Arco di Benevento intagliata da Gaultier nel 1752?; Giustiniani, Biblioteca storica e topografica del Regno di Napoli, pag. 19: ?Opera di moltissimo conto, non solo per i tanti interessanti monumenti, che ci raccolse, che per la maniera benanche colla quale seppe scriverla l'eruditissimo autore?; Bibliotheca Platneriana, pag. 61; Lozzi I pag. 141, nota. 5 immagini allegate.

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        The History of Sir Charles Grandison in a Series of Letters published from the originals, by the Editor of Pamela and Clarissa. In six volumes. To the Last of which is added, An Historical and Chracteristical Index............

      London: printed for S. Richardson; and sold by C. Hitch and L. Hawes, in Pater-Noster Row; by J. and J. Rivington, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; by Andrew Millar, in the Strand; by R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall; and by J. Leake, at Bath. 1754. Second edition ( as stated on the title-page of "Vol.VI. and Last" ) Complete in 6 volumes. 8vo, contemporary full calf, narrow guilt rules to sides, spines gilt in compartments with crimson lettering pieces. Several headbands a little chipped. Two joints cracked but very firm. Some foxing and browning especially to prelims. Some rubbing but generally a pleasing contemporary binding and attractive on the shelf. The title of volume 6 is expanded to read: "To which is added, An Historical and Characteristical Index. As also, A Brief History, authenticated by Original Letters, of the Treatment which the Editor has met with from certain Booksellers and Printers in Dublin. Including Observations on Mr. Faulkner's Defence of Himself, published in his Irish News-Paper of Nov. 3. 1753." In volume 6 also "R. Main, in Dublin" is added to the imprint. Actually published 1753-1754 ( see Sale, W. M., Samuel Richardson. A bibliographical record of his literary career with historical notes. New Haven, 1936). With the engraved armorial bookplates of Sir Robert Eden Bart (1717 - 1755) with his signature and date 1753 corrected to 1754 in two volumes.

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        The Book of Common-Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of The Church of England: Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be sung or said in Churches; And the Form or Manner of Making, Ordaining, and Consecrating of Bishops Priests and Deacons. Bound with: The Whole Book of Psalms, Collected into English Metre by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopins and Others. (London: 1751)

      Joseph Bentham Cambridge Joseph Bentham 1754g Large Folio. Unpaginated [ca. 416pp. 64pp.]. Original contemporary sheep skin binding with title plate. Raised bands. Head and tail of spine slightly bumped. Corners worn. Thick brown endpapers. Ornamental printers' device to title page. Very minor browning and some water marks to few pages, not affecting text. In English. In overall good condition. Bottom of Title page: "Cum privilegio. Price eight shillings unbound."

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        Versuche, nebst des Verfassers Leben, nach der neuesten Ausgabe des Herrn Peter Coste ins Deutsche übersetzt (von J. D. Tietz).

      3 in 6 Bänden. Mit gest. Portr. von J. C. G. Fritzsch u. 3 gest. Titelvignetten. Dekorative HPrgt.-Bde. des 19. Jhdts. mit rotem Rückenschild. 20,5 x 13 cm. Fromm 18264. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe der "Essays", mit der Biographie von J. Bouhier. - Ecken etwas bestoßen, ein Gelenk etwas angeplatzt. Breitrandig. Gebräunt, wenige Anmerkungen in Bleistift oder Tinte. Schöne Reihe!

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