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        Biblia Sacra, Vulgatae Editionis, Sixti V. Et Clementis VIII. Pontif. Max. Auctoritate Recognita...two Volumes Bound As One

      Venice, Italy: Typographio Remondiniano. Good. 1758. Hardcover. Full vellum binding, title in dark ink at top of spine; ex-library copy, with library ownership label at bottom of spine, with accession number stamped on title page and first text page, and with library name stamped on title page. Vellum binding is very foxed and rubbed on its faces, and is split at the spine edge of its front cover; front cover is held in place by the three vellum-like cords that tie the binding and page block together. Binding edges are rubbed, so that underlying boards are showing in places, and vellum of spine is split and peeling back in three places. There is a separation at front endpapers, and a 3" chip at the botttom of the front free endpaper has been filled in with rice paper, which has foxed more than the surrounding rag paper. All pages are lightly foxed, especially at their extreme margins, and there are occasional marginal finger smudges. It will cost more than the standard rate to ship this large book, especially by Priority Mail or to places outside the U. S. ; Old and New Testaments translated into Latin; two volumes with double-columned pages, bound into one folio-size volume. Nice print job on rag paper. Full page B & W frontispiece; title pages of both Testaments are in red and black type; each chapter of the Bible starts with an elaborate initial letter. ; Ex-Library; Folio 13" - 23" tall; lxxv + 432 + 391 pages .

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        All the Works of Epictetus, Which Are Now Extant; Consisting of His Discourses, preserved by Arrian, in Four Books, the Enchiridion, and Fragments. Translated from the Original Greek, by Elizabeth Carter. With an Introduction, and Notes, by the Translator

      London: Printed by S. Richardson, and Sold by A. Millar…John Rivington…and R. and J. Dodsley, 1758 First edition of the first English translation of the complete works of Epictetus. This esteemed work was the standard English version prior to Oldfather's translation (1925-8). (See Long, Epictetus: A Stoic and Socratic Guide to Life, Oxford: 2002.). Contemporary calf, gilt-ruled spine with brown leather label, edges sprinkled red. . Quarto. With a scholarly introduction to the Stoic philosophers by the translator, an impressive list of subscribers, and an index and appendix of variant readings. Joints starting to crack, but sound. Endpapers lightly foxed, a few small splotches on edges, small chip in back free endpaper. Engraved bookplate of Iames Hustler of Acklam, dated 1730; armorial bookplate of British judge Geoffrey, Lord Cross of Chelsea (1904-1989). A very good, clean copy. Elizabeth Carter (1717-1806) was a noted member of the Blue Stocking Circle. Despite an early learning disability and "with a persistence that won the praise of V. Woolf in A Room of One's Own," (as Margaret Drabble reminds us in the Oxford Companion to English Literature) she learned Latin, Greek, and Hebrew in childhood with her brothers, and later studied French, Italian, German, Portuguese, and Arabic. She was a friend of Samuel Johnson, who thought her one of the best Greek scholars he had known, and invited her to contribute to The Rambler. She made a number of translations, of which this is considered her masterpiece. It was undertaken at the request of her friend, Catherine Talbot, who arranged for publication and solicited subscribers, amongst which were a large number of women, and members of the Johnson circle.

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        The British Architect: Or, The Builder's Treasury of Stair-Cases

      London: Printed for the Author, 1758. Third edition. Hardcover. Modern quarter brown calf and marbled boards in antique style. Later fine./No Dust Jacket. Folio, 41 x 27 cm, twenty pages in text, and sixty plates. First published in 1745 as a thirteen shilling portfolio this work was destined to be the first architecture book published in America, and according to MILLARD Vol.II. p.313, " Little is known of the life of this self-styled architect, but the influence of his work in America was significant." COLVIN p.799. "Though his external elevations were more or less Palladian in character, his interior designs reflected the contemporary taste for rococo decoration. FOWLER p.274. "For example, plate L,LI, LIII show elements of the mantels found in the Brice House at Annapolis, Maryland. William Buckland who built and decorated the Brice House owned a copy of the London 1745 edition." First few leaves dampstained at upper corner head not affecting text, last few leaves frayed at same area. interior generally clean, raised bands, spine labels in red and green printed in gilt.

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        UFFIZIO DELLA SETTIMANA SANTA. Colle rubriche volgari, argomenti de? salmi, spiegazione delle cerimonie, e misterj, con osservazioni e riflessioni divote.

      In-8 p. (mm. 212x138), bella legatura in p. pelle coeva, ricchiss. ed elegante decoraz. oro ai piatti con al centro la croce e suoi simboli, dorso a cordoni, tagli dorati, pp. XXX,598, al frontesp. vignetta inc. in rame con l?immagine del volto di Cristo incoronato di spine, titolo e testo stampati in rosso e nero, vignetta alle armi alla dedica a Carlo Emanuele Re di Sardegna. Il vol., ornato da delicati grandi capilett. e finali, è molto ben illustrato f.t. da 13 tavv. disegnate ed inc. in rame da vari artisti di cui 4 dedicate agli evangelisti Matteo, Marco, Luca, Giovanni e 9 a scene della Passione di Cristo. Al fine, ripetute, altre 7 tavv. inc. su carta azzurrina. Timbro di apparten. al frontesp., con fiorit. e uniformi arross. interc. nel t., ma complessivam. buon esemplare.

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        Opera Omnia. E recensione Nic. Heinsii cum eiusdem notis integris. Praefatus est Ioh. Aug. Ernesti. Curavit indicemque verborum copiosissimum adiecit Ioh. Frider. Fishcerus. 2 Vols.

      Leipzig, 1758. 8vo. Two very nice uniform contemporary full calf bindings with richly gilt spines. A few traces of wear, but overall very nice. Internally brownspotted throughout, due to the quality of the paper. Owner's inscription dated 1908 to front free end-papers. Old owner's name cut uot at corner of front free end-papers. Old book plate of "Göteborgs Stads Bibliotek" (with a later small stamp in the middle) to inside of front boards. Engraved frontispiece to volume one. General title-page (in volume one, before the preface) with engraved vignette. Woodcut vignette to all the other three title-pages. Woodcut beginning- and end-vignettes. XXXVIII, (2), 610 pp.; (4) pp + pp. (612) - 1004; 198 ff. (Index).. The uncommon first printing of the renowned Fischer-edition, esteemed for its seroiusness and correctness and for the 38 pages long preface by Ernesti as well as the very elaborated index of almost 400 pages."This is a good edition, although indifferently printed. It is formed on the basis of N. Heinsius's, and contains the whole of his notes, with some additional ones from Burman. The preface is by the famous Ernesti: there is added a copius "Index Verborum". (Dibdin II:269)

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        LES AMOURS PASTORALES DE DAPHNIS ET DE CHLOE. Traduites du grec de Longus par Amyot.

      In-4 p. (mm. 310x 230), bella legat. in p. marocchino rosso coevo, ricchiss. cornice dorata ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. e tit. oro ai riquadri, dentelles dorate ai risguardi, tagli dorati, pp. VIII,200, con ritratto in medaglione dell?editore e 9 magnifiche tavv. f.t., inc. su rame da B. Roger, Godfroy, Marais et Massard su disegni di Prudhon (3 tavv.) e Girard (6 tavv.). Cfr. Cohen, p. 656: ?Les figures de Prudhon sont dignes du grand artiste" - Lewine, p. 325 - Brunet,III,1159 - Carteret,III, p. 396: ?Premier tirage? - Benezit,XI, p. 280-81 cita anche i disegni realizzati dal celebre artista ?Pierre Prud?hon, dit Pierre Paul (1758-1823)?, per questa llustrazione di "Daphnis et Chloé". Superba edizione tipografica di Didot l?Ainé. Nel ns. esempl. qualche fiorit. margin. per lo più alle tavv., altrim. ben conservato. .

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        L'ARCHITETTURA DI M. VITRUVIO POLLIONE. Colla traduzione italiana e comento del Marchese Berardo Galiani.

      In folio (mm. 400x258), bella legat. in p. pergam. coeva, cornice dorata ai piatti, decoraz. e tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli rossi, 4 cc.nn. (inclusa l?antip.), XXXII,462 pp.num., 1 c.nn. (indice dei rami), illustrato da 25 tavv. inc. in rame (le relative descriz. sono su foglio a parte). Opera dedicata alla Maestà di Carlo Re delle Due Sicilie.. Testo latino affiancato dall'ottima traduzione e commento del Marchese Galiani (1724-1774), autore anche dei disegni delle tavole, inc. da Francesco Cepparulli. Il vol. è ornato da interessanti grandi iniziali e finali, con vedute di rovine classiche, inc. su legno da Ignazio Lucchesini; l'antiporta (che rappresenta un allegorico "trionfo dell'architettura"), il frontespizio e la vignetta alla dedica sono inc. in rame da Francesco La Marra. Il lavoro dell'erudito marchese napoletano è di grande pregio. Fu una delle iniziative più importanti tra gli studi vitruviani di tutto il secolo e fu accolto con generale favore dall'ambiente colto italiano, tanto che ebbe almeno sette ristampe. I commenti, che risentono del pensiero razionalista dell?Illusminismo e ampiamente presente tra i patrizi della Corte napoletana, sono in strettissima relazione con l?interesse per l?archeologia, che si diffuse in Europa nella seconda metà del Settecento, grazie soprattutto agli scritti di Winkelmann. Importante "prima edizione" della traduzione e commento del Galiani. Cfr. Berlin Katalog,1820 - Fowler Collection,424 - Comolli,III,54-55 - Cicognara 733 - Cat. L?Archivolto (1983) - Riccardi,II,618. Antip. e p. 267 con antico restauro al solo margine; alc. carte con uniforme arross. più o meno lieve, ma certamente un buon esemplare su carta distinta.

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        The British Architect: Or, The Builder's Treasury of Stair-Cases

      Printed for the Author London: Printed for the Author, 1758. Third edition. Hardcover. Modern quarter brown calf and marbled boards in antique style. Later fine./No Dust Jacket. Folio, 41 x 27 cm, twenty pages in text, and sixty plates. First published in 1745 as a thirteen shilling portfolio this work was destined to be the first architecture book published in America, and according to MILLARD Vol.II. p.313, " Little is known of the life of this self-styled architect, but the influence of his work in America was significant." COLVIN p.799. "Though his external elevations were more or less Palladian in character, his interior designs reflected the contemporary taste for rococo decoration. FOWLER p.274. "For example, plate L,LI, LIII show elements of the mantels found in the Brice House at Annapolis, Maryland. William Buckland who built and decorated the Brice House owned a copy of the London 1745 edition." First few leaves dampstained at upper corner head not affecting text, last few leaves frayed at same area. interior generally clean, raised bands, spine labels in red and green printed in gilt.

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        De l'Esprit.

      Paris, Chez Durand, 1758. 4to. Very nice cont. full mottled calf w. five raised bands on richly gilt back. All edges of boards gilt. Top-layer of leather on back-board gone. Upper hinges a bit weak, top-capital worn. Internally very nice and clean. W. the large armorial bookplate of Lord Viscount Lymington. W. half-title. Large woodcut title-vignette and many smaller vignettes throughout. (4), XII, 643, (1, Approbation + Privilege) pp.. First edition, second issue of the monumental work of French Enlightenment. Helvetius' main work, because of which he is remembered today. The work caused an immense uproar, when it appeared. It was considered heretical, atheistic, immoral etc. and lost its privilege within a few weeks; it was heavily condemned by the Church and the State and was burnt by the Hangman, the plan being to destroy all copies of it. Rarely had a book been met with such opposition, condemned by both the son of Louis XV and the Sorbonne, and the priests succeeded in convincing the court that the doctrines presented in this work could hardly be more dangerous, so even though Helvetius wrote three retractions, the book was still publically burned. Probably due to the noisy condemnation of the work, it was almost immediately translated into all European languages, making it quite influential. The likes of Bentham and Mill were influenced by the early utilitarian thoughts presented in the work, but apparently France was not ready for these new thoughts. When the Encyclopédie of Diderot and d'Alembert was suppressed for the second time, this had much to do with De l'Esprit, since Helvetius was thought to have been inspired by the dangerous encyclopedia.Both issues of the first edition are rare, and only four complete copies are known of the first issue. The printing history of the work is extremely complicated, but due to David Smith's bibliography from 2001, it has now been possible to positively identify this copy as being the first edition, second issue, i.e. E.1B. Not in Graesse, not in Brunet.From the library of Lord Viscount Lymington, who was married to Catherine Conduitt; because of her mother being the niece of Newton, his books and manuscripts ended up in the library of Viscount Lymington

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        Försök til mineralogie, eller mineral-rikets upställning.

      Sthlm, Wildiska tryckeriet, 1758. 8:o. (40),251 s. Nött samtida hfrbd med upphöjda bind och spår av mörkbrunt infärgat titelfält. Svagt rödstänkta snitt. Pärmsidorna hårt nötta. En namnteckning bortklippt överst på försättsbladet och författarnamnet skrivet både med bläck och blyerts på titelbladet. Inlagan däremot mycket bra med några enstaka rättelser och marginalanteckningar. Ett litet nagg i övre marginalen på s. 231. Från Ericsberg.. Utgiven av P. J. Bergius. Översattes till tyska, engelska, franska, italienska och ryska. En ny svensk upplaga utkom 1781. "Försök til mineralogie" är Axel Fredric Cronstedts huvudarbete med vilket han snabbt vann ryktbarhet i Europa. Vid slutet av 1760- och under 1770-talet var Cronstedt en lika stor auktoritet inom mineralogin som Linné inom botaniken. Hans revolutionerande indelning av mineralriket byggde på kemisk analys istället för på klassificering efter yttre egenskaper och utseende. När A. G. Werner vid slutet av seklet utvecklade sitt system, som med tiden skulle bli rådande, följde det i huvuddrag det som presenterats i Cronstedts arbete 40 år tidigare

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        Sammlung anatomischer Tafeln nebst einer Erklärung derselben und einem kurzen Begriff der Hebammenkunst wodurch die von ihm herausgegebene Abhandlung der Hebammenkunst und seine Sammlungen verschiedener Wahrnehmungen erläutert werden. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt von Georg Leonhard Huth. Und in Kupfer gestochen und verlegt von Johann Leonhardt Seeligmann. - Tabulae anatomicae.

      Titel, 41 S. Mit 39 gestochenen Tafeln. Etwas späterer Halblederband mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und wenig Rückenvergoldung. Hirsch-H. V, 306. - Blake 420. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe mit deutsch-lateinischem Paralleltext. "Mit Recht gilt Smellie als der Vater der natürlichen Geburtshilfe ... seinen Anschauungen entsprechend stellt er das Leben der Mutter weit höher als das der Frucht ...". Und zum vorliegenden Buch: "Ein ausgezeichnetes Werk, classische Zeichnungen von meisterhafter Ausführungen, die den strengsten Wissenschaften sowie den künstlerischen Anforderungen entsprechen" (Hirsch). Smellie, über dessen Herkunft nur wenig bekannt ist, gilt als der wichtigste englische Geburtshelfer. Er wurde vor allem durch seine Erkenntnisse in der Geburtsmechanik bekannt. - Titelblatt alt gestempelt und mit alt hinterlegtem grösserem Eckausriss (minimaler Textverlust). Alle Tafeln durchgehend fingerfleckig, mit vereinzelten kleinen Einrissen an den Rändern. Mit kleinem Besitzerstempel "W. Pfeilsticker" auf den Innendeckeln. Auf starkes Büttenpapier gedruckt. Einband beschabt und bestossen. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]

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