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        Sancti Caecilii Cypriani episcopi . Opera Omnia ad Mss. codices recognita & illustrata studio ac labore Stephani Baluzii tutelensis. Editio secunda veneta, cui accessit index in notas,et in vitam ejusdem S. Patris.

      1758. . 1758 - Ex Tipographia Hieronymi Dorigoni. Venetiis, Venecia. . 1 Vol. . LVI + CLX(80 H.)+1224 col. (612 pgs.). Folio Mayor. Pergamino. Biografías , Idiomas (Latín), Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (General), Siglo XVIII . Obra de Cipriano de Cartago fue un importante escritor Patrístico de la Iglesia temprana. Fue uno de los primeros en escribir sobre la Primacía del Papa tal como se asienta en "La Unidad de la Iglesia Católica." Texto a dos columnas con notas al pie de página. Portada a dos tintas con grabado xilográfico. Error de paginación, repite las columnas 193-194 y 907-908. Encuadernado en pergamino. En buen estado .

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        De l'Esprit EDITION ORIGINALE

      à Paris: chez Durand, 1758. Fine. chez Durand, à Paris 1758, in-4 (19,5x26cm), (4) xxij ; 643pp. (1f. priv.), relié. - First edition of the second draw and the first put on the market (it only lists 4 copies of the first issue, it was censored from the beginning of printing Malesherbes). Bound in full brown sheepskin that time. Back with five nerves decorated with a piece of sheepskin as blonde, coffered and gilded finials. All red edges. Some frictions and blunt corners. Ex-dono time on the half-title and title page. Soon appeared, the book suffers a ban from the Sorbonne and a blacklisting for his subversive and heretical ideas (the book was even burned to the public in 1759). Redrafting by the author do not change anything, the book was originally dedicated to the king, who dismissed the dedication. The authorities were particularly indignant social and political ideas contained in the work. Encyclopaedists did were not mistaken for whom the book was the bible of Rationalism (though his point was rejected by Diderot). Helvetius not intended as research into the human mind as an object of knowledge, but from a materialist assumption, since it asserts that all human faculties can be reduced to physical sensations. Helvetius (1715-1771) was General Farmer, becoming rich, he knew how to be very generous and a patron of philosophers and writers. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de second tirage et le premier mis dans le commerce (on ne recense que 4 exemplaires de la première émission, celle-ci ayant été censurée dès le début de l'impression par Malesherbes). Notre exemplaire présente bien toutes les caractéristiques de second tirage selon David Smith (Bibliography of the writings of Helvétius, 2001, pp. 127-133) : mise en page de la date et de l'approbation sur la page de titre (M de la date à gauche du premier P de l'approbation et non juste en dessous comme pour le premier tirage), coquille dans le titre courant ("dicours" au lieu de "discours" p 67, 97, 179 et 237)... Reliure en pleine basane brune de l'époque. Dos à cinq nerfs orné d'une pièce de titre de basane blonde, de caissons et fleurons dorés. Toutes tranches rouges. Quelques frottements et coins émoussés. Ex-dono du temps sur le faux-titre et la page de titre. Aussitôt paru, le livre subit une interdiction de la Sorbonne et une mise à l'index pour ses idées subversives et hérétiques (le livre fut même brûlé devant le public en 1759). Le remaniement du texte par l'auteur n'y changera rien, le livre fut à l'origine dédié au roi, lequel rejeta la dédicace. Les autorités furent particulièrement indignées des idées sociales et politiques que contient l'œuvre. Les encyclopédistes ne s'y trompèrent pas pour lesquels l'ouvrage fut la bible du rationalisme (même si son propos fut rejeté par Diderot). Helvetius ne se proposait que d'examiner l'esprit humain comme un objet de connaissance, mais sous un postulat matérialiste, puisqu'il affirme que toutes les facultés humaines peuvent être réduites à des sensations physiques. Helvetius (1715-1771) fut Fermier Général, devenant riche, il sut être très généreux et fut un mécène pour les philosophes et les écrivains.

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        A Select Office for the Holy Communion. Consisting of occasional Prayers and Meditations, collect out of such Authors only, as are thought to have excelled in this kind of Writing; to which are prefixed some Propositions, and two Discourses.

      Printed for S, Leake at Bath, and C. Henderson under the Royal-Exchange 1758 12mo., on laid paper; neat contemporary inscription on (blank) leaf following front free endpaper; handsomely bound in contemporary full calf, sides blocked with an elaborate frame panel in gilt including eagles, thistles and flowers, the whole stopped at corners by enhanced crowns, back gilt with five raised bands tooled in gilt, all compartments tooled in gilt, all edges gilt, gilt doublures and dentelles, marbled endpapers, very neatly rebacked with old backstrip laid down, one corner lightly bruised else a most attractive copy in period binding. With the half - title; leaves C9 - 11 clipped at upper outer corner with minimal loss of text. The work comprises 'Two Discourses' [with] (separately paginated) 'Prayers and Meditations relating to the Holy Communion' [with] (unpaginated) 'The Church Service'. Extremely scarce, especially in period binding in this condition. A most attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation.

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        Allerley Künsten und Wissenschaften, dienlicher Sinnbildern, und Gedancken, Welchen jedesmahlen eine hierzu taugliche Historia oder Gleichnis beygefüget. Dermahliger Autor und Verleger, Joh. Georg Hertel in Augspurg. Daraus ein Konvolut von 80 (von 200) allegorischen Kupferstichen nach Gottfried Eichler d.J. vornehmlich gestochen von Jeremias Wachsmuth, sowie von Emanuel Eichel und Jakob Wangner. Mit die Allegorien begleitenden lateinischen Kopf- und deutschen Fußtexten.

      Augsburg: Johann Georg Hertel, um 1758 - 1760.. (Historiae et Allegoriae) Darstellung im Plattenrand 19,5 x 12,5 cm, Blattgröße 24 x 19 cm,. "Cesare Ripa (* um 1555 in Perugia; 1622 in Rom) war ein italienischer Koch, Schriftsteller und Gelehrter. Ripas Werk, die Iconologia von 1593 ist ein ikonografisches Wörterbuch, das zu einer unerschöpflichen Quelle für Kunst und Literatur des Barock geworden ist. Die Iconologia overo Descrittione Dell'imagini Universali cavate dall'Antichita et da altri luoghi war ein erfolgreiches und folgenreiches Buch. Das Buch, das auf ägyptischen, griechischen und römischen Bild- und Schriftquellen basiert, wurde von Rhetorikern, bildenden Künstlern und Dichtern verwendet, um abstrakten Begriffen, wie Tugenden und Laster, Affekte und Leidenschaften, Künsten und Wissenschaften Gestalt zu geben. Das Buch war, gemäß einem in der Renaissance üblichen Verfahren, nicht systematisch, sondern alphabetisch angeordnet. Jedem Begriff entspricht in dem Buch ein Bild mit einer Beschreibung der allegorischen Figur oder Personifikation, in der Art und Farbe der Kleidung einer Figur und ihre unterschiedlichen Attribute vorgegeben werden, einschließlich Belegen aus der Bibel oder der antiken Literatur. Erst 1603 erschien eine illustrierte Fassung mit 151 Bildern. Zahlreiche Übersetzungen ins Italienische, Französische (1644, 1677, 1681 und 1698), ins Niederländische (zwischen 1644 und 1750), Deutsche (1670, 1704,[2] und 1758-1760) und Englische (1709, 1779, 1785) belegen die große Nachfrage. Text und Illustrationen der einzelnen Ausgaben variieren stark. Die Hertelausgabe in Augsburg um 1758-1760 mit wenig Text, aber ausgezeichneten Kupferstichen von Jeremias Wachsmuth gehört zu den schönsten. Das Werk Ripas ist noch heute von Bedeutung für die Entschlüsselung sowohl barocker Allegorien als auch allegorischer Darstellungen des Klassizismus und des Historismus sowie für die Emblematik" (Wikipedia) / Zu Gottfried Eichler, Emanuel Eichel, Jeremias Wachsmuth, und Jakob Wangner siehe Thieme-Becker IX, 407/408 und 403; XXXV, 5 und 150. * * * Einige Blätter im weißen Rand etwas fleckig, sonst gut erhaltene Tafeln in sauberem und kräftigem Druck. + + + Einzelblätter und Bilder auf Anfrage.

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        Stadtplan mit Befestigungsanlage u. Karte der Umgebung sowie Belagerung i.J. 1758 ('Plan du Bombardement de Dusseldorff. Commencé le 28me Juin 1758').

      - Kupferstich v. Jacob van der Schley n. Friedrich Wilhelm von Bauer b. Pierre Gosse jun. & Daniel Pinet, dat. 1766, 46 x 31 Pempelfort, Billich, Oberkassel, Niederkassel, Kirchholz, Ober Lurich, Stade u. Derendorf mit Stadtplänen eingezeichnet. - Unten rechts Kartusche mit Titel und Erklärungen. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        An historical dissertation concerning the malignant epidemical fever of 1756. With some account of the malignant diseases prevailing since the year 1752, in Kidderminster

      London: printed for W. Johnston. 1758. 8vo., viii + 68pp., without the errata slip, title-page a little soiled and gutter stained by tape and now strengthened by archival tissue, bound in 1982 in rich blue calf gilt, spine lettered. First edition: very rare. Wellcome III, p.361. ESTC & OCLC together locate about 11 libraries with copies (6 in Britain: 4 in US including Nat.Lib. Medicine: 1 in Sweden). A scholarly first-hand study of an epidemic in the carpet-manufacturing town of Kidderminster (Worcestershire) in which Johnstone describes a new form of disinfectant for typhus. James Johnstone (1730-1802) was a distinguished Edinburgh trained physician who had established a medical practice in Kidderminster in 1751, having heard a report from his brother, who had preached there, that many children in the locality had recently died in an epidemic of diphtheria, of which James Johnstone had made a special study. He had an extensive practice area, well beyond Kidderminster itself, reaching to Lichfield, Stafford, Shrewsbury, Birmingham, and Wolverhampton. Among his illustrious patients were Lord Lyttelton of Hagley, Lord Chesterfield, Sarah Siddons, Lord Hertford, and Samuel Richardson. He published several medical papers, wrote on the abolition of slavery, and in 1795 reported on a recent earthquake. He was an honorary member of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, a fellow of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, and a member of Bath Philosophical Society, and as a corresponding member of the Medical Society of London he was the first to receive its medal.

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        Arte de cozinha dividida em tres partes . e nesta ultima impressão acccrescentada @[sic] .

      Lisbon, Na Offic. da Manoel Antonio, e á sua custa impressa, 1758. - Woodcut vignette on title page. Woodcut headpiece on second leaf recto, repeated on p. 249. Woodcut headpiece and initial on p. [1]. (3 ll.), 300 pp., 2 folding plates printed on both sides, depicting arrangements of banquet tables. 8°, contemporary speckled sheep (worn), spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, crimson leather lettering-piece in second compartment from head with short title in gilt. Browned. Overall in good condition. Unidentified old bookplate on front free endleaf recto with monogram "F". Thirteen lines of old ink notes on front pastedown endleaf (a poem). Old penciled notes on rear free endleaf verso and rear pastdown. ---- Later edition of the first original cookbook written in Portuguese, and the only one until Rigaud's @Cozinheiro moderno appeared in 1780. Rodrigues (Villa Cova à Coelheira, [bishopric of Lamego], 1637?Lisbon, 1719), worked for the Marqueses of Valença prior to becoming chef of the royal house under D. Pedro II. The first edition of the @Arte de cozinha appeared in Lisbon, 1680, with only 2 parts. The third part was added for the Lisbon, 1693 edition. Innocêncio knew of editions as late as 1836. Apparently all or most editions contain some revisions.---- See Biblioteca Nacional, Lisboa, @Livros portugueses de cozinha (1989) 283 (calling for 300 pp. only); and Biblioteca Nacional, Lisboa, @Livros portugueses de cozinha (2nd ed., 1998) 459 (citing 12 editions, including this one and one of 1621 [@sic, i.e. 1821]. See also Innocêncio II, 197-8; IX, 149: the present edition not cited. Simon, @Bibliotheca gastronomica 1300: citing the Lisbon, 1693 edition. Cagle, @A Matter of Taste 1206: citing this 1758 edition, and erroneously stating that the first edition appeared in 1683. @Grande enciclopédia XXV, 917 (citing editions of 1680, 1683, 1693, 1792 and 1836). Not located in NUC. OCLC: 504450194 (British Library); 807886126 (Universitat de Barcelona-CRAI); also cites editions of 1732, 1765, 1814, 1834, 1844, 1858, 1987, 2008, and 2009. Porbase locates a single copy, in poor condition, in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal (calling for only 2 preliminary leaves, 300 pp., 2 folding plates); also citing editions of 1683, 1693, 1732, 1741, 1765, 1794, 1821, 1836, 1844, 1987, 1995, and 2001. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [Opp. 1 and 3]. [Sei Sonate a Violino Solo e Basso dedicate A Sua Eccellenza Il Signor Principe Don Lorenzo Corsini... Gravee par Melle Vendome. Opera 1A.] [Score]

      Paris: Aux adresses ordinaires. [1758]. 1f. (dedication), [i] (blank), 2-37, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Notated on two systems: violin and figured bass. Some staining and foxing; closely trimmed with slight loss to pp. 7 and 13; professional paper repair to two final leaves; title lacking. First Edition. RISM F 276 or 277 (exact identification impossible without title). Lesure p. 201. Hirsch III, 195 (different issue, with publisher's catalogue to p. [1] and no mention of dedication). Bound with: VI Sonate A Violino e Basso... Mis au jour par Huberti. Opera III. Gravé par M.elle Bertin. Prix 7. [livre] 4. s. Avec Privilege du Roy. Imprimé par Tournelle. [Score.] Paris: Mr. Bayard...Mr. de la Chevardiere... M.elle Castagneri...Mr. le Menu, [?1760]. 1f. (title), [i] (extract of Privilege du Roy,dated April 2, 1757; lower half: "Catalogue des ÂŒuvres de M.r Huberty Ordinaire de l'Academie Royale..."), 2-25, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Paper repairs to inner margin. First Edition. RISM F 284. Not in Lesure. Publisher's catalogue is Johansson facs. 23, of 1760 (same plate, including Privilege du Roy). The placement of the words "Mis au jour... Par Huberti" to the left and right of "Opera III" (rather than among the publishers in the imprint) on the title suggests that they were added later and that there was an earlier issue without Huberti's (Huberty's) name; the inclusion of Ferrari's op. 4 in the catalogue would support this. From the André Meyer collection, with handstamp "Provenant de la collection musicale d'André Meyer Décéde en Mai 1974 F. Meyer Octobre 84," to rear pastedown. Folio. 18th century dark green quarter morocco with marbled boards, red edges. Binding worn, rubbed and bumped. . Ferrari was "...considered one of Tartini's best Italian pupils... [He] composed only instrumental works, of which the most important are the violin sonatas with continuo. While his consistent use of a figured bass in these sonatas is characteristic of the Baroque, his treatment of form, melody and harmony associates him more closely with the emerging Classical style... Ferrari's use of harmonies [in op. 1, no. 5] is one of the earliest applications of this technique." Virginia D. Kock in Grove online The Meyer collection, formed over a period of some 75 years, was one of the most important collections of printed music, musical autographs, and books on music of the 20th century.

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        Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained, and Samson Agonistes

      London: John Baskerville, 1758., 1758. First Baskerville edition. 2 vols. Octavo. Bound in full wine calf, with blind ruling to boards, raised bands, gilt titles and blind decoration to spine; all edges dyed yellow, blind stamped dentelles. Bindings are rubbed, with a few small chips to top and tail of spine, slight wear to corners. Internally clean with the exception of tanned endpapers and very minor spotting to prelims. Baskerville's preface states his desire to print only 'books of Consequence, of intrinsic merit, or established reputation', and surely this collection of Milton's most important works meets every one of those criteria. The extraordinary Christian epic poem, which retells the opening chapters of Genesis, is one of the greatest works of English literature. Baskerville's edition is based on the text of Thomas Newton - with a mistake on p.75 that reads "God is light" which marks this out as a copy of the first edition edited by Baskerville.

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        [Opp. 1 and 3]. [Sei Sonate a Violino Solo e Basso dedicate A Sua Eccellenza Il Signor Principe Don Lorenzo Corsini... Gravee par Melle Vendome. Opera 1A.] [Score]

      Paris: Aux adresses ordinaires. [1758]. 1f. (dedication), [i] (blank), 2-37, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Notated on two systems: violin and figured bass. Some staining and foxing; closely trimmed with slight loss to pp. 7 and 13; professional paper repair to two final leaves; title lacking. First Edition. RISM F 276 or 277 (exact identification impossible without title). Lesure p. 201. Hirsch III, 195 (different issue, with publisher's catalogue to p. [1] and no mention of dedication). Bound with:VI Sonate A Violino e Basso... Mis au jour par Huberti. Opera III. Grav? par M.elle Bertin. Prix 7. [livre] 4. s. Avec Privilege du Roy. Imprim? par Tournelle. [Score.] Paris: Mr. Bayard...Mr. de la Chevardiere... M.elle Castagneri...Mr. le Menu, [?1760]. 1f. (title), [i] (extract of Privilege du Roy,dated April 2, 1757; lower half: "Catalogue des Œuvres de M.r Huberty Ordinaire de l'Academie Royale..."), 2-25, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Paper repairs to inner margin. First Edition. RISM F 284. Not in Lesure. Publisher's catalogue is Johansson facs. 23, of 1760 (same plate, including Privilege du Roy). The placement of the words "Mis au jour... Par Huberti" to the left and right of "Opera III" (rather than among the publishers in the imprint) on the title suggests that they were added later and that there was an earlier issue without Huberti's (Huberty's) name; the inclusion of Ferrari's op. 4 in the catalogue would support this.From the Andr? Meyer collection, with handstamp "Provenant de la collection musicale d'Andr? Meyer D?c?de en Mai 1974 F. Meyer Octobre 84," to rear pastedown.Folio. 18th century dark green quarter morocco with marbled boards, red edges.Binding worn, rubbed and bumped. . Ferrari was "...considered one of Tartini's best Italian pupils... [He] composed only instrumental works, of which the most important are the violin sonatas with continuo. While his consistent use of a figured bass in these sonatas is characteristic of the Baroque, his treatment of form, melody and harmony associates him more closely with the emerging Classical style... Ferrari's use of harmonies [in op. 1, no. 5] is one of the earliest applications of this technique." Virginia D. Kock in Grove onlineThe Meyer collection, formed over a period of some 75 years, was one of the most important collections of printed music, musical autographs, and books on music of the 20th century.

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        R.P. Joannis-Michaelis Cavalieri Bergomatis Ord. Eremit. Sancti Augustini congr. observ. Lomb. Sacrae Theologie Lectoris emeriti opera omnia liturgica, Seu commentaria in authentica sacrae rituum congregationis decreta ad romanum praesertim Brevarium, Missale, & Rituale quomodolibet attinentia. Tomus primus; Tomussecundi (pars prima, pars secunda).

      1758. . 1758 - Ex Typographia Remondiniana. Venecia. Vol.I(T.I(XX+254)T.II(XXII+223) Vol.II(T.III(XII+135)T.IV(XXV+223)T.V(VIII+141). 2 Vol. . . Folio Mayor. Pergamino. Idiomas (Latín), Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (General), Siglo XVIII . Volumen I: Grabado calcográqafico del autor en contraportada. Error tipográfico en la paginación del tomo segundo (7-223). Portada con grabado xilográfico en ambos tomos y portada propia de la segunda parte, tomo segundo. Vol.II: Grabado xilográfico en las tres portadas. Error tipográfico en la paginación de la última página. Encuadernados en pergamino de época, con restos de cierres de lacería y caligradfiados en lomera.

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        Geschichte Der heil. Röm. Reichs Freyen Stadt Augspurg. Aus bewährten Jahr-Büchern und tüchtigen Urkunden. 2 Bände.

      Frankfurt u. Leipzig, Merz u. Mayer (Band I) - Klett (II), 1743-, 1758. - 4°, circa 25 x 22,5 cm. 20 Bll., 884 SS., 41 Bll.; 8 Bll. 1204 SS., 26 Bll., mit 2 gestochenen Titelvignetten und 22 gest. Textvignetten Halb-Pergament d. Zt. Lentner 6571 (nur Band I); Baader II/2, 190, 1. Bedeutende, sehr umfangreiche Chronik der Stadt Augsburg. Der erste Teil gibt die Stadtgeschichte bis zum Jahr 1628, der zweite setzt von 1628 bis 1649 fort und schildert die schwierige Zeit des Dreissigjährigen Krieges. Die schönen, meist von Jakob Andreas Fridrich stammenden Kupfer im Text zeigen Ansichten von Augsburg, historische Szenen, Münzen etc. Paul von Stetten der Ältere (1705-1786) enstammte einer grossen Augsburger Faimile und war unter anderem auch Ratsmitglied. - Gut erhalten, aussen etwas angestaubt und berieben, ein Rücken mit geklebtem Riss, aber solide. Innen nur geringfüfig gebräunt, bemerkenswert sauber, nur die Vorsätze mit alten Besitzvermerken.

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        Essai sur l'amelioration des terres.

      Paris: chez Durand, 1758 - Duodecimo (161 x 92 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, spine decorated gilt in compartments with a thistle device, yellow spine label, marbled endpapers, edges stained red. Short crack to joints and slight wear to spine ends; a crisp, clean copy. Wood-engraved title decoration, engraved headpiece to Dedication, 3 folding engraved plates of fields. Ownership inscription of C. Macdonald Lockhart to the free endpaper. First edition, scarce, of a highly influential book: "Its influence was to be very great and Pattullo was to be quoted throughout the rest of the century as one of the famous agriculturists of his time, and the founder of a definite agricultural system (.) the Essai is a handbook of English farming for the use of the French" (Andre J. Bourde, The Influence of England on the French Agronomes 1750-1789, Cambridge 1953, p. 78). It is also one of the earliest works to publicise the views of the French Enlightenment economist François Quesnay (1694-1774). who had published two articles on agriculture in the Encyclopedie: "Fermiers" (1756) and "Grains" (1757). Pattullo, a Scot, has been described as Quesnay's "first foreign disciple". Henry Pattullo, possibly a Jacobite exile who fled to France following the '45, is an obscure but important figure in 18th century writing on agriculture. "[His] Essay on the Improvement of Land (.) was the first work to describe properly the new methods of crop rotation practised in England and Flanders" (Milward & Saul, The Economic Development of Continental Europe 1780-1870, p. 80). A lovely copy of an important work. Einaudi 4321; Goldsmiths' 9334; Higgs 1656; Kress 5745. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Opp. 1 and 3]. [Sei Sonate a Violino Solo e Basso dedicate A Sua Eccellenza Il Signor Principe Don Lorenzo Corsini. Gravee par Melle Vendome. Opera 1A.] [Score].

      Aux adresses ordinaires [1758], Paris - Ferrari was ".considered one of Tartini's best Italian pupils. [He] composed only instrumental works, of which the most important are the violin sonatas with continuo. While his consistent use of a figured bass in these sonatas is characteristic of the Baroque, his treatment of form, melody and harmony associates him more closely with the emerging Classical style. Ferrari's use of harmonies [in op. 1, no. 5] is one of the earliest applications of this technique." Virginia D. Kock in Grove onlineThe Meyer collection, formed over a period of some 75 years, was one of the most important collections of printed music, musical autographs, and books on music of the 20th century. 1f. (dedication), [i] (blank), 2-37, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Notated on two systems: violin and figured bass. Some staining and foxing; closely trimmed with slight loss to pp. 7 and 13; professional paper repair to two final leaves; title lacking. First Edition. RISM F 276 or 277 (exact identification impossible without title). Lesure p. 201. Hirsch III, 195 (different issue, with publisher's catalogue to p. [1] and no mention of dedication). Bound with:VI Sonate A Violino e Basso. Mis au jour par Huberti. Opera III. Gravé par M.elle Bertin. Prix 7. [livre] 4. s. Avec Privilege du Roy. Imprimé par Tournelle. [Score.] Paris: Mr. Bayard.Mr. de la Chevardiere. M.elle Castagneri.Mr. le Menu, [?1760]. 1f. (title), [i] (extract of Privilege du Roy,dated April 2, 1757; lower half: "Catalogue des Œuvres de M.r Huberty Ordinaire de l'Academie Royale."), 2-25, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Paper repairs to inner margin. First Edition. RISM F 284. Not in Lesure. Publisher's catalogue is Johansson facs. 23, of 1760 (same plate, including Privilege du Roy). The placement of the words "Mis au jour. Par Huberti" to the left and right of "Opera III" (rather than among the publishers in the imprint) on the title suggests that they were added later and that there was an earlier issue without Huberti's (Huberty's) name; the inclusion of Ferrari's op. 4 in the catalogue would support this.From the André Meyer collection, with handstamp "Provenant de la collection musicale d'André Meyer Décéde en Mai 1974 F. Meyer Octobre 84," to rear pastedown.Folio. 18th century dark green quarter morocco with marbled boards, red edges.Binding worn, rubbed and bumped. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Practische Philosophie für alle Stände. 2 Teile in 1 Bd.

      Leipzig, J.B. Ackermann, 1758.. 8vo. 8 Bl., 1034 S., 31 Bl. Pergamentband der Zeit mit vergoldetem Rückenschild.. Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe. - Basedows erstes bedeutendes Werk, in dem er seine Ansichten über Religion, Philosophie und allgemeine Bildung niederlegte. Dieses Werk enthält schon den Kern seiner späteren Entwürfe zur Verbesserung des Schulunterrichts. (ADB 2, 115). Basedow war mit seinem Erziehungsprogramm und seinen schulpraktischen Forderungen, die er seit seiner "Praktischen Philosophie" und seiner "Philatelie" in immer neuen Entwürfen einer europäischen Öffentlichkeit vortrug, nicht nur Wortführer, sondern der Vorkämpfer der deutschen Aufklärungspädagogik geworden (LdKJ I, 110). - Etwas berieben und fleckig. Durchgehend schwach wasserrandig. Gestochenes Exlibris im Vorderdeckel, Titel mit altem Stempel.

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        D'e l'Esprit

      Durand 1758 Edizione originale, in seconda tiratura, la prima in commercio. L'opera venne infatti censurata, dapprima da Malesherbes, e poi dal clero e dal parlamento. In 4°, c.nn. 2, p. XXII, 643 (1). Seguono 4 pagine di "Annonces, affiches, et avis divers", 38° foglio del settimanale parigino. Ottimo esemplare. Pelle coeva con nervature, titoli e fregi in oro al dorso (piccola mancanza alla cuffia superiore). Tagli rossi. (Barbier, II, 178 - 179).

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        A plan for the establishing a working-school, for the maintenance, education, and employment of poor children, especially orphans. And also rules for the execution and good government thereof. Proposed to the consideration of all who are or may be subscribers thereto

      London, John Ward, 1758. 4to, 15 + (1)pp., margins a little dusted in places, printed on heavy paper, early 19th century half calf over marbled boards, neatly rebacked and lettered, with the armorial bookplate of Ferguson of Raith> on front pastedown. A very good copy. First edition: rare. Goldsmiths?' 9415.13. Higgs1817. Kress 5747. [Additional copies located by ESTC, COPAC & OCLC at Massachusetts State + NLS + Durham.] The author proposes a school for poor children, especially orphans, from the ages of six to fourteen years old, the plan containing the rules covering such matters as diet, medical inspection, education, work to be undertaken etc. The Orphan Working School was established by a group of nonconformists in 1758, at Hoxton, for the reception of 20 destitute boys. In 1771 it moved to the City Road. In 1773 a building was erected for 35 boys and 35 girls. By 1846 1,236 children, both boys and girls, had been received into the institution. In 1846 it was proposed to move the school again, this time to a healthier position at Haverstock Hill, in the vicinity of Belsize Park. In 1988 the school, now called the Royal Alexandra and Albert School, was relocated in Reigate (Surrey). This was one of several similar proposals for social reform, including the establishment of charitable institutions for poor children in London during the 1750s. [See, e.g. others by Fielding, Hanway, Massie and Saunders Welch]. The present proposal was evidently based on purely philanthropic and Christian (but non-denominational) motives. 'Amongst the various objects calling for compassion, and the aids of charity, poor children, especially orphans, always have been justly esteemed some of the principal,' claims the author of the present 'Plan'.> 'Witness, amongst other excellent institutions, the great number of charity schools, in and about this city, erected and supported with the kindest design, and at no small expence. And yet experience has long shown, how ineffectual these are to promote their valuable intention; how little they answer the expence at which they are carried on. Their defects are too obvious to need enumerating; the subject of daily complaint; and lamented most by those who are most conversant in such matters. Children are formed for stations above what Providence designed them, or the public good requires. In the intervals between learning, they are left exposed to all the snares of indigence, evil example, and bad company. And for want of being trained to industry and diligence, contract habits of sloth and idleness, and are sadly exposed to the temptations thereof. Strange therefore it would be, if in an age so distinguished for charity as the present is, this important object of it should alone be neglected: and that while so many are wishing for something further to be done, none should attempt it. Such an attempt is now made ......'.

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        Pomologia, dat is beschrijvingen en afbeeldingen van de beste zoorten van appels en peeren,... (Und:) Fructulogia of beschrijvingen der vruchtbomen en vrugten... (Und:) Dendrologia, of beschrijving der plantagiegewassen, die men in de tuinen cultiveert... 3 Tle. in 1 Band.

      Leeuwarden, Abraham Ferwerda 1758 - 1763.. Mit zus. 39 kolor. Kupfertafeln. 2 Bll., 86 S., 1 Bl.; 2 Bll., 132 S.; 2 Bll., 168 S., 2 Bll. Rot eingefärbter HLdr. d. Zt. Folio.. Nissen 1077 & 1078; Pritzel 4754 & 4755. - Erste Ausgabe. Komplett mit allen 20 Tafeln zum ersten Teil und den 19 Tafeln zum zweiten Teil. "Both books may be considered as the first monographs with coloured plates of fruit and fruit trees" (Landwehr S. 33). - Die sorgfältig kolorierten Tafeln in der 'Pomologia' ausschließlich mit Früchten, in der 'Fructologia' mit Zweigen und Früchten. - Kanten und Decken beschabt. Textbll. teils leicht gebräunt, Titel, Innendeckel und Widmungsblatt mit altem Stempel, insgesamt schöner, breitrandiger und unbeschnittener Sammelband mit prachtvoll kolorierten Tafeln.

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        DE TELLURIBUS IN MUNDO NOSTRO SOLARI, QUAE VOCANTUR PLANETAE: ET DE TELLURIBUS IN COELO ASTRIFERO: DEQUE ILLARUM INCOLIS; TUM DE SPIRITIBUS & ANGELIS IBI; EX AUDITIS & VISIS

      [John Lewis], London 1758 - Quarto. 72 pp. Errata leaf not present, as usual. In Latin. Late 19th-century red morocco, raised bands, gilt spine title, inner gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Mid 19th-century ownership inscription in title page and underlining and extensive marginal notes in English and Latin from the same owner at various points throughout. Some loss to manuscript marginalia from trimming. Minor wear and soiling to binding and occasional soiling and foxing in contents. Very good. First edition, in Latin, of one of Swedenborg's early mystical writings, published anonymously by John Lewis in London in an edition of 1000 copies. This work, later published in English as "Concerning the Earths in our Solar System, which are called Planets; and concerning the Earths in the Starry Heaven; together with an account of their inhabitants, and also of the spirits and angels there." is an account of Swedenborg's spiritual communications with the inhabitants of other worlds and a description of their various distinctive qualities and religious orientations. The spirits of Mercury travel across the universe in globe-like phalanxes "to acquire the knowledges of things." Describing to Swedenborg the vast numbers of beings and worlds beyond our own, they relate to him that "they knew there were earths existing in the universe to the number of some hundred thousands and upwards" and ask, "yet what is this to the Divine, which is infinite?" The inhabitants of Mars are "the best of all among the spirits who are from the earths of our solar system, for they are as to the most part celestial men, not unlike those who were of the Most Ancient Church on this earth." At the edge of our solar system, Swedenborg discovers "fiery smoke ascending out of a great chasm," where guards prevent the travel of spirits to whom leave has not been granted, and visits five worlds beyond it. An additional chapter explores the question of why our earth would be chosen for the Incarnation, determining that the capacity to create scripture began here: "That the Word might be written on our earth, is because the art of writing has existed here from the most ancient time, first on the bark of trees, next on parchment, afterwards on paper, and lastly published by types. This was provided by the Lord for the sake of the Word." Throughout, Swedenborg's considerable astronomical knowledge and distinctive theology emerge in his narration and in dialogues between himself and the other beings. ESTC T90963. Hyde 956. Caillet 10482 (French translation). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Oeuvres [..], nouvelle édition revue, corrigée et considérablement augmentée par l'auteur. Tome premier [ - troisieme].

      chez Arkstée & Merkus 1758 3 volumi in - 4° (cm. 25,5), legature coeve in p. pelle maculata con nervi, decorazioni e titoli in oro ai dorsi (piccolo strappo alle cuffie superiori di due tomi), tagli rossi, fogli di guardia marmorizzati; pp. [4], LXXXVI, 527, [1b.]; [4], XVI, 634; [4], 607, [5], 611 - 638, [2 bb.] in ottimo stato, fresche e crocchianti, e 2 carte geografiche ripiegate f.t. al primo tomo; una testatina incisa in rame (N. Le Mire) e finalini in silografia; sporadicissime fioriture. Edizione postuma curata da Francois Richer e dal figlio dell'autore da cui derivano praticamente tutte le altre [cfr. Domenico Felice. Pour l'histoire de la reception de Montesquieu en Italie, Clueb 2006, p. 8]. Include l'Éloge de Monsieur le president de Montesquieu e l'Analyse de l'espririt des loix di d'Alembert. Cfr. Kress 09424; Higgs1882. Ottimo esemplare.

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        EL REY. POR QUANTO, AVIENDO LLEGADO À MI NOTICIA, QUE SIN EMBARGO DE LO MANDADO POR LA LEY QUARTA, TITULO QUINCE DEL LIBRO QUINTO, PARA QUE LAS RESIDENCIAS DE OFICIOS QUE SE PROVEYEREN À CONSULTA DE MI CONSEJO DE CAMARA DE LAS INDIAS SE TOMEN POR LA PERSONA, QUE NOMBRARE EL PRESIDENTE DEL MISMO CONSEJO EN LOS TERMINOS QUE PRESCRIVEN.[caption title].

      [Madrid. 1758]. - [3]pp. Folio. Dbd. Maltese cross at head of title. Contemporary and later manuscript annotations in ink and later pencil annotation on first page. Accomplished in manuscript, with additional manuscript annotations. Manuscript inscription on blank verso of final printed page. Extremely light dampstaining in margins, occasional minor soiling and ink stains (the latter touching a few letters). Very good. A rare proclamation by Ferdinand VI, King of Spain, demanding that earlier laws regarding the appointment of judges in the Spanish Indies be observed. The decree states that disregard of these laws and guidelines in the past has been a great injustice, causing injury to royal interests and to the general population. This proclamation was to be sent to the viceroys and audiencias throughout the Spanish Indies. This copy, accomplished in manuscript at Aranjuez, Spain on August 20, 1758, is signed by Juan Emanuel Crespo, with the inscription "Yo El Rey" and the annotation "Por mandado del Reyno exo. señor." A manuscript inscription on the blank verso of the final printed page, dated December 4, 1759, confirms that the decree had been reviewed by the President, the fiscal, and other high- ranking officials in Santiago de Chile. Not in OCLC, Medina (BHA), or Palau.

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        A Select Office for the Holy Communion, consisting of occasional Prayers and Meditations, collect out of such Authors only, as are thought to have excelled in this kind of Writing; to which are prefixed some Propositions, and two Discourses

      Printed for S Leake at Bath and C. Henderson under the Royal-Exchange 1758 - 12mo., on laid paper; neat contemporary inscription on (blank) leaf following front free endpaper; handsomely bound in contemporary full calf, sides blocked with an elaborate frame panel in gilt including eagles, thistles and flowers, the whole stopped at corners by enhanced crowns, back gilt with five raised bands tooled in gilt, all compartments tooled in gilt, all edges gilt, gilt doublures and dentelles, marbled endpapers, very neatly rebacked with old backstrip laid down, one corner lightly bruised else a most attractive copy in period binding. With the half-title; leaves C9-11 clipped at upper outer corner with minimal loss of text. The work comprises 'Two Discourses' [with] (separately paginated) 'Prayers and Meditations relating to the Holy Communion' [with] (unpaginated) 'The Church Service'. Extremely scarce, especially in period binding in this condition. A most attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Den Danske Skue-Plads, deelt Udi 7 Tomer.

      7 dele i 1 bind. J.J. Høpffner, København u.å. (1758). Samtidigt brunt hellæderbind med rygforgyldning. Gl. navn og tilskrift (1823) på forsatsbladet. Guldtrykt exliibris (Tage E.P. Langager).. Andet optryk fra 1758 af J.J. Høpffners samlede udgave af Holbergs komedier. Ehrencron-Müller II,200

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        Historical Law-Tracts

      Edinburgh: A. Millar, A. Kincaid, and J. Bell,, 1758. 2 volumes, octavo (199 × 117 mm). Contemporary calf, spines numbered in black, red morocco labels, three-line blind-tooled border on sides, unusual looping decoration on sides. Contemporary ownership inscription of "L. Grant" on titles; bindings a little rubbed, hinges split at head and tail but sound. First edition of a key work by the Scottish judge and writer Henry Home, Lord Kames (1696-1782), an important figure in the Scottish Enlightenment: "it is hard to overestimate Kames' influence on the Scottish Enlightenment" (Keefe, Scottish Philosophy of Rhetoric, 2014, Chapter 2). It is one of a series of works on legal topics "which helped both to chart the development of the Scottish legal system in this period and to shape it" (ODNB). Marvin's Legal Bibliography notes that Kames's book is "conducted upon a very judicious system of investigating the natural principles of some of the most important objects of judicial science, and tracing the application of them in the laws of Rome, of Scotland, and of England; but a comparison between the laws of Scotland and England... is apparently the leading object of the undertaking." A most attractive copy in unadulterated period calf.

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        EL REY. POR QUANTO, AVIENDO LLEGADO À MI NOTICIA, QUE SIN EMBARGO DE LO MANDADO POR LA LEY QUARTA, TITULO QUINCE DEL LIBRO QUINTO, PARA QUE LAS RESIDENCIAS DE OFICIOS QUE SE PROVEYEREN À CONSULTA DE MI CONSEJO DE CAMARA DE LAS INDIAS SE TOMEN POR LA PERSONA, QUE NOMBRARE EL PRESIDENTE DEL MISMO CONSEJO EN LOS TERMINOS QUE PRESCRIVEN...[caption title]

      [Madrid. 1758].. [3]pp. Folio. Dbd. Maltese cross at head of title. Contemporary and later manuscript annotations in ink and later pencil annotation on first page. Accomplished in manuscript, with additional manuscript annotations. Manuscript inscription on blank verso of final printed page. Extremely light dampstaining in margins, occasional minor soiling and ink stains (the latter touching a few letters). Very good. A rare proclamation by Ferdinand VI, King of Spain, demanding that earlier laws regarding the appointment of judges in the Spanish Indies be observed. The decree states that disregard of these laws and guidelines in the past has been a great injustice, causing injury to royal interests and to the general population. This proclamation was to be sent to the viceroys and audiencias throughout the Spanish Indies. This copy, accomplished in manuscript at Aranjuez, Spain on August 20, 1758, is signed by Juan Emanuel Crespo, with the inscription "Yo El Rey" and the annotation "Por mandado del Reyno exo. señor." A manuscript inscription on the blank verso of the final printed page, dated December 4, 1759, confirms that the decree had been reviewed by the President, the fiscal, and other high- ranking officials in Santiago de Chile. Not in OCLC, Medina (BHA), or Palau.

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        Le droit des gens, ou Principes de la loi naturelle, appliques a la conduite & aux affaires des nations & des souverains. 2 tomes en 1 volume.

      Leide, Aux depens de la Compagnie, 1758,. gr. in-8°, 18 ff., titre en rouge et noir avec vignette gravee + 228 p.; 8 ff. + 162 p., orne de jolis culs-de-lampe graves sur bois, typographie soignee, premier titre un peu sali, papier legerement bruni, solide et elegante reliure en demi-parchemin recente, dos avec piece de titre en maroquin brun, plats en papier dominote ancien. (Vera Creola, Berne).. Grand classique, "encore une autorite de nos jours" (Hoefer).Le traite du "Droit des gens", qui venait combler un vide aux dires de l'auteur, connut immediatement un enorme succes et fut rapidement traduit dans les principales langues de l'Europe. Depassant les travaux de Grotius, de Wolff et de Puffendorff, Vattel nous propose une oeuvre incontournable en ce qui concerne les bases fondamentales des gouvernements et les constitutions des peuples, les rapports politiques des nations entre elles et avec les princes, les relations commerciales, maritimes et autres interets qui unissent ou divisent les Etats, tout cela sous le signe d'une politique nouvelle, regie par la justice et la probite. Jeanneret, en 1863, n'hesitait pas a dire de cet ouvrage qu'il etait "encore une autorite de nos jours". "Als Christian Wolf's Schüler hat der Schweizer Vattel durch sein 1758 erschienenes Droit des Gens den meisten Einfluss auf die Gelehrten wie auf die Staatsmänner der folgenden Jahrzehnte gewonnen" (Franz v. Liszt: Das Völkerrecht). Nach der Erstausgabe 'Londres' (ist Neuenburg) erschien schon bald die holländische Ausgabe (vorlieg. Ausgabe). Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Jeanneret, Biographie neuchateloise (1863) II/410; DHBS VII/50; Beguelin, En souvenir de Vattel (1929); cf. Querard X/67 et Lonchamp 3084 (Premiere edition de Londres = Neuchatel, 1758 ).

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        Le père de famille, comédie en trois actes et en prose, par M. le Docteur Charles Goldoni, ancien avocat au Parlement de Venise, traduite de litalien en françois par M*** [Alexandre Deleyre] suivi de Le Véritable Ami, comédie en trois actes et en prose par M. le Docteur Charles Goldoni, avocat, traduite de lItalien en Français par M. lAbbé **, chanoine de léglise de Saint-Luc

      1758 - in-8 de 6 fnch. (épître dédicatoire et 4 f. derrata)-216-4 fnch.-165 p., EO de la traduction, plein veau époque, triple filet doré sur les plats, mors faibles, dos lisse orné frotté, coiffes et coins ab. [littérature - théâtre], [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        An account of Russia as it was in the year 1710

      [Twickenham]: Printed at Strawberry-Hill Small 8vo (18 cm; 7.25").xxiv, 158, [2] pp.. 1758 First edition and sole Strawberry Hill edition; second and third editions appeared from other publishers in 1761 and 1771. As handsomely printed a work as one would expect of Horace Walpole's Strawberry Hill press, this bears a title-page offering an engraved vignette of Strawberry Hill and presents Walpole's account of the author and his assessment of the Account as an "Advertisement" occupying pp. [iii]–xxiv. The errata appear on the last leaf.=> Limited to 700 copies.Whitworth was perhaps the most effective English ambassador to Russia in the first half of the 18th century. His Account was originally written for the foreign office and remained in manuscript till Walpole printed it. The DNB (on-line) writes of it, "Succinct and perceptive, it was a survey of Petrine Russia which held its readership through to the century's end and beyond."Horace Walpole (1717–97), the 4th earl of Orford, is best remembered as the author of the Gothic novel The Castle of Otranto. Among bibliophiles he is also remembered for his private press, variously known as the Officina Arbutana or the Strawberry Hill Press. Walpole's almost fantastic wealth allowed him the connoisseur's luxury of maintaining this noble enterprise, which he operated in the arena of the rebirth of fine printing in Great Britain that was being carried on by the Foulis brothers, Baskerville, and others.Provenance: 20th-century bookplate of William & Helena Hand. Contemporary sprinkled calf, gilt spine extra, gilt dull; joints and hinges with good repairs. Two old booksellers' descriptions taped to front pastedown. Off-setting from the turn-ins on the front and rear free endpapers and fly-leaves, title-page, and errata leaf; else, quite clean. A handsome book.

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        The Preceptor: Containing A General Course of Education. Wherein The First Principles Of Polite Learning Are Laid Down In A Way most suitable for trying the Genius, and advancing the Instruction of Youth, Volume I.

      Published by R. and J. Dodsley, London 1758 - , xlix, 466 pages, complete with frontispiece, 23 folding plates, and 6 folding maps which are handcoloured in outline, volume 1 of 2 Third Edition , rebacked and with new endpapers, corners of boards scuffed, neat previous owner's name and date in ink at head of title page, faint spotting to some page margins but text and illustrations clean and complete, the book is in good+ condition , contemporary speckled brown calf boards, recent brown calf spine and title labels Octavo, 21 x 13 cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        4 Werke.

      Frankfurt, 1758. - I. Anonym : Freye Gedanken über einige Theile der Kriegskunst. Mit 4 Textholzschnitten, 8 Blatt, 218 Seiten, 1 Blatt, II. Anonym : Kurtze und deutliche Abhandlung von der Construction der jetzo gebräuchlichen Arten von Feld-Schantzen, Redouten, Tête du Ponts, Circon- und Contravallations-Linien, auch was man beym Approchiren, eine Parallele, oder Place d'Arms nennet, aus denen Schriften der berühmtesten Ingenieurs gesamlet, und in sechs Abtheilungen, nebst denen dazu gehörigen Figuren, deutlich demonstriret, wie auch einer teutschen Uebersetzung aller bei der Fortification üblichen Frantzösischen und Lateinischen Kunst-Wörter von T. Mit gestochener Titelvignette , 6 gefalteten Kupfertafeln, 60 Seiten, Berlin, Haude und Spener, 1748. III. Hérouville de Claye, Antoine Ricouart d'. : Mémoires sur l'infanterie, ou traité des légions, composé (suivant l'exemple des anciens Romains) par le Marechal Comte de Saxe (i.e. Antoine Ricouart d' Hérouville de Claye). Ouvrage posthume. Mit 3 Falttabellen, 104 Seiten, Den Haag, Gibert, 1753. (Der Titel nennt als angeblichen Verfasser Moritz von Sachsen). IV. Picht, I. G. : L'Ingenieur en Campagne.Mit 5 gestoch. Faltkupfern, 64 Seiten, Amsterdam, 1761. Gebunden in einem Halblederband der Zeit, 17 x 11 cm. Einband etwas berieben sonst gut, Titel von I. mit altem handschriftlichen Namenszug „Axel Ulrich Wrangel". Der anonyme Verfasser schließt sein Vorwort mit dem Wunsch : „Würdigen Sie dieses Buch nur der Aufmerksamkeit, mit der Sie in ihrer Jugend den schlechtesten Roman gelesen haben : so wird zufrieden seyn, Meine Herren ! Der Verfasser".

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        DE NOVA HIEROSOLYMA ET EJUS DOCTRINA COELESTI: EX AUDITIS E COELO. QUIBUS PRAEMITTITUR ALIQUID DE NOVO COELO & NOVA TERRA ["THE NEW JERUSALEM AND ITS HEAVENLY DOCTRINE."]

      [Printed by John Lewis], London 1758 - Quarto. 156 pp. In latin. Modern vinyl, raised bands, spine lettered in gilt. Final errata leaf not present, as usual. Some light underlining in pencil, occasional light foxing, else near fine. First edition of one of the foundational documents of Emanuel Swedenborg's vision for a new Christianity, containing its fundamental doctrines. Published anonymously and printed in London by John Lewis in an edition of 1000 copies. Scarce. ESTC T135860. Hyde 1210. Caillet 10476 (French edition). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DE NOVA HIEROSOLYMA ET EJUS DOCTRINA COELESTI: EX AUDITIS E COELO. QUIBUS PRAEMITTITUR ALIQUID DE NOVO COELO & NOVA TERRA ["THE NEW JERUSALEM AND ITS HEAVENLY DOCTRINE..."]

      London: [Printed by John Lewis], 1758. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Quarto. 156 pp. In latin. Modern vinyl, raised bands, spine lettered in gilt. Final errata leaf not present, as usual. Some light underlining in pencil, occasional light foxing, else near fine. First edition of one of the foundational documents of Emanuel Swedenborg's vision for a new Christianity, containing its fundamental doctrines. Published anonymously and printed in London by John Lewis in an edition of 1000 copies. Scarce. ESTC T135860. Hyde 1210. Caillet 10476 (French edition).

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        The Book of Nature; or, the History of Insects: Reduced to Distinct Classes, Confirmed by Particular Instances, Displayed in the Anatomical Analysis of Many Species ... including the generation of the frog, the history of the ephemerus, the changes of flies, butterflies, and beetles : with the original discovery of the milk-vessels of the cuttle-fish, and many other curious particulars ... with The Life of the Author by Herman Boerhaave, M.D. Translated from Dutch and Latin Original Edition, by Thomas Floyd. Revised and improved with Notes from Reamur and others, by John Hill M.D

      London: Printed for C.G. Seyffert, Bookseller, in Dean-Street, Soho, 1758. Title with engraved vignette, and 53 engraved plates of insects after drawings by J.C.G. Fritzsch. [4], xx pp. 1 vols. Folio. Recent half morocco and contemporary boards. Neat repairs to title, well-margined plates with occasional light spotting. Lacking contents leaves and explanatory text. Copperplate Insects Magnificent plates with hundreds of drawings of insects (including Mayflies), to accompany the English edition of the Bybel der Natuur (1669) by Jan Swammerdam, often called the father of modern entomology.

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        Pomologia, dat is beschrijvingen en afbeeldingen van de beste zoorten van appels en peeren,... (Und:) Fructulogia of beschrijvingen der vruchtbomen en vrugten... (Und:) Dendrologia, of beschrijving der plantagiegewassen, die men in de tuinen cultiveert... 3 Tle. in 1 Band

      Leeuwarden, Abraham Ferwerda 1758 - 1763.. Mit zus. 39 kolor. Kupfertafeln. 2 Bll., 86 S., 1 Bl.; 2 Bll., 132 S.; 2 Bll., 168 S., 2 Bll. Rot eingefärbter HLdr. d. Zt. Folio. Nissen 1077 & 1078; Pritzel 4754 & 4755. - Erste Ausgabe. Komplett mit allen 20 Tafeln zum ersten Teil und den 19 Tafeln zum zweiten Teil. "Both books may be considered as the first monographs with coloured plates of fruit and fruit trees" (Landwehr S. 33). - Die sorgfältig kolorierten Tafeln in der `Pomologia` ausschließlich mit Früchten, in der `Fructologia` mit Zweigen und Früchten. - Kanten und Decken beschabt. Textbll. teils leicht gebräunt, Titel, Innendeckel und Widmungsblatt mit altem Stempel, insgesamt schöner, breitrandiger und unbeschnittener Sammelband mit prachtvoll kolorierten Tafeln.

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        L'ami des hommes ou traité de la population. Nouvelle édition, augmentée d'une quatrième partie & des sommaires

      S.l., s.n. 1758 - Six parts in three volumes in 4to; engraved frontispiece, V, (3), 192, (2), 266, (4) pp.; (6), 263, (1), (8), 278, 80 pp.; VIII, 167, (1), (2), 279, (5) pp.; contemporary marbled calf, covers with very skillful restaurations, raised bands, spine with gilt decorations in compartments and two contrasting gilt lettering-pieces, red edges, marbled endpapers, free endpapers with repair, engraved exlibris to front covers pastedowns, inside clean and crisp, a good set. 1758-1760, second edition for parts 1-3, original edition for parts 4-6. This work "took the public by storm. The anonymous author was soon revealed, and he became the lion of the hour. The people flocked to see him when he showed himself in public. Tradesmen set up the sign-board of L'ami des hommes, and Mirabeau himself was designated to the day of his death." (Higgs, The Physiocrats, p. 19). Mirabeau's work fell into the hands of Fr. Quesnay who met the author and converted him into a life-long disciple and friend. In 1758 and later Mirabeau's original work (three parts in one volume in 4to in 1756 or in three volumes in 12mo) was expanded by additional parts in some of which Quesnay's influence is clearly visible. L'ami des hommes ran, it is said, through forty editions, and was widely translated. Higgs 1631, Kress 5736, Einaudi 3941 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Stecher]
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        The Natural History of Cornwall. The Air, Climate, Waters, Rivers, Lakes, Sea and Tides; of the Stones, Semimetals, Metals, Tin, and the Manner of Mining; the Constitution of the Stannaries; Iron, Copper, Silver, Lead, and Gold, Found in Cornwall

      ( Oxford ): Printed for The Author, 1758. xix; 326; (ii) pages. Large folding county map with the Scilly Islands shown in inset, 28 full-page plates. Minor light marginal staining. Attractively rebound in period half calf, marbled boards.. First Edit. Very Good. Folio.

      [Bookseller: Roger Collicott Books]
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        EL REY. POR QUANTO ESTOY ENTERADO QUE SIN EMBARGO DE LO DISPUESTO POR LAS LEYES...EN LAS QUALES SE MANDA, QUE LOS VIRREYES, PRESIDENTES, Y AUDIENCIAS, HAGAN OBSERVAR, QUE LOS CORREGIDORES, Y JUSTICIAS, RESIDAN EN LOS PUEBLO PRINCIPALES, Y CAVECERAS DE SUS JURISDICCIONES, Y NO PUEDAN AUSENTARSE DE ELLOS SIN SU LICENCIA CON CAUSA PRECISA, Y LIMITACION DE TIEMPO, NO ESTANDO OCUPADOS EN LA VISITA...[caption title]

      [Madrid. 1758].. [3]pp. Folio. Dbd. Maltese cross at head of title. Contemporary manuscript inscription in ink and later pencil inscription at top of first page. Accomplished in manuscript (see below), with additional inscription on p.[3]. Additional manuscript inscription on blank verso of final printed page. Extremely light dampstaining in margins, occasional light soiling. A very good copy. A rare royal cedula issued by Ferdinand VI, King of Spain, confirming earlier published laws stating that Viceroys, Presidents, and Audiencias are to ensure that corregidores and justices reside in the principle towns and headquarters of their jurisdictions. The decree also states that the judges are not to be absent from their principle residences except under special circumstances when a license is issued indicating the precise cause for the absence and the length of time the judge will be away. In addition, the judges can not name their own "lieutenants" or assistants, nor can the Viceroys, Presidents, and Audiencias name judges' assistants without royal approval. This copy, accomplished in manuscript at Villaviciosa, Spain, on September 7, 1758, is signed by Juan Manuel Crespo, with the additional inscription "Yo El Rey" and the annotation "Por mandado del Reyno exo. señor." A manuscript inscription on the blank verso of the final printed page, dated Dec. 4, 1759, confirms that the decree has been reviewed by the President and other high- ranking officials in Santiago de Chile. A rare proclamation regarding colonial judges in Spanish dominions throughout the New World. Not in OCLC, Medina (BHA), or Palau.

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        EL REY. POR QUANTO ESTOY ENTERADO QUE SIN EMBARGO DE LO DISPUESTO POR LAS LEYES.EN LAS QUALES SE MANDA, QUE LOS VIRREYES, PRESIDENTES, Y AUDIENCIAS, HAGAN OBSERVAR, QUE LOS CORREGIDORES, Y JUSTICIAS, RESIDAN EN LOS PUEBLO PRINCIPALES, Y CAVECERAS DE SUS JURISDICCIONES, Y NO PUEDAN AUSENTARSE DE ELLOS SIN SU LICENCIA CON CAUSA PRECISA, Y LIMITACION DE TIEMPO, NO ESTANDO OCUPADOS EN LA VISITA.[caption title].

      [Madrid. 1758]. - [3]pp. Folio. Dbd. Maltese cross at head of title. Contemporary manuscript inscription in ink and later pencil inscription at top of first page. Accomplished in manuscript (see below), with additional inscription on p.[3]. Additional manuscript inscription on blank verso of final printed page. Extremely light dampstaining in margins, occasional light soiling. A very good copy. A rare royal cedula issued by Ferdinand VI, King of Spain, confirming earlier published laws stating that Viceroys, Presidents, and Audiencias are to ensure that corregidores and justices reside in the principle towns and headquarters of their jurisdictions. The decree also states that the judges are not to be absent from their principle residences except under special circumstances when a license is issued indicating the precise cause for the absence and the length of time the judge will be away. In addition, the judges can not name their own "lieutenants" or assistants, nor can the Viceroys, Presidents, and Audiencias name judges' assistants without royal approval. This copy, accomplished in manuscript at Villaviciosa, Spain, on September 7, 1758, is signed by Juan Manuel Crespo, with the additional inscription "Yo El Rey" and the annotation "Por mandado del Reyno exo. señor." A manuscript inscription on the blank verso of the final printed page, dated Dec. 4, 1759, confirms that the decree has been reviewed by the President and other high-ranking officials in Santiago de Chile. A rare proclamation regarding colonial judges in Spanish dominions throughout the New World. Not in OCLC, Medina (BHA), or Palau.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Die Chimäre des Gleichgewichts von Europa, eine Abhandlung worinnen die Richtigkeit und Ungerechtigkeit dieses zeitherigen Lehrgebäudes der Staatskunst deutlich vor Augen geleget, und dabey allenthalben neue und rührende Betrachtungen über die Ursachen der Kriege und dem wesentlichen Grunde, worauf die Macht eines Staates ankommt, beygebracht werden.

      Altona, bey David Iversen 1758 - Ein Band in kl. 4to.; (8), 119, (1) Seiten; neuerer Halblederband eines schwedischen Buchbinders (kl. Etikett auf Innenseite Vorderdeckel) im Stile der Zeit, gesprenkelte Deckel, Lederecken, Rückenvergoldung und goldgeprägtes Rückenschild, Holzschnittvignetten am Anfang und Ende des Textes, unbeschnitten, stellenweise leicht gebräunt, sonst sauber, ein sehr gutes Exemplar. Erste Ausgabe. J.H.G. von Justi (1717-1771) war einer der großen deutschen politischen und ökonomischen Denker des 18. Jahrhunderts. Dieses Werk ist "eine geistreiche Durchführung des Gedankens, daß ein Gleichgewichtssystem weder rechtlich zu begründen, noch politisch zu erhalten sei, auch praktisch niemals bestanden habe. Die Macht jedes Staates hängt vornehmlich von der Güte seiner Regierung ab; dieses Wachstum eines Gegners im Innern kann das Auslanf ja auch nicht hemmen! Statt dessen empfiehlt Justi den Ängstlichen eine gute Regierung und Defensivbündnisse." (Roscher) Menger Sp. 50, Sauer 5/1968: 1206, Roscher S. 450 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTOIRE ANCIENNE DES EGYPTIENS, DES CARTHAGINOIS, DES ASSYRIENS, DES BABYLONIENS, DES MEDES ET DES

      Chez les Freres Estienne, París 1758 - 610, 630, 761, 597. 584, 662, 601, 673, 624, 571, 782, 687, 512 págs 16x11 cm Tapa dura, holandesa Buen estado en general Historie ancienne 1-13 El tomo 11 en dos volúmenes ambos con planos plegados fuera de texto. El tomo 9 con la encuadernación actual es del año 1740. Los tomos 6, 8 y 4 contienen grabados de mapas plegados fuera de texto. El tomo 2 afectado por la humedad las 35 primeras hojas, no impidiendo su lectura. El tomo 10 y el 8 con señales de insectos que no afectan al plano en el tomo 8 y que no imposibilitan la lectura.

      [Bookseller: Librería Maestro Gozalbo]
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        Schweizer Gebirgslandschaft mit Blick zum Rosenlaui-Gletscher mit Klein- und Groß- Wellhorn, links der Dossen, rechts das Wetterhorn.

      - Gouache, mit schwarzer Tuschlinie umrandet und mit grünlich gouachiertem Rand, auf dünnem Karton, verso bezeichnet „Glacier du Rosenlaui vue en passant le Scheidegg. Chez J. Louis Bleuler au château de Laufen près Schaffhouse Suisse". Darstellungsgröße 33:48 cm, Blattgröße 43,7:57,5 cm. Im gouachierten Rand rechts und unten leicht berieben, sonst tadellos. Johann Ludwig Bleuler wurde als Sohn des bekannten Schweizer Landschaftsmalers Johann Heinrich Bleuler (1758-1823) geboren und von diesem in dessen Kunstverlag als Maler und Zeichner ausgebildet. 1819 unternahm er Studienreisen nach Brüssel und Amsterdam, anschließend nach Paris. Nach seiner Rückkehr übernahm er zunächst zusammen mit seinem Bruder Johann Heinrich das väterliche Geschäft in Feuerthalen. Ab 1820 veröffentlichte er Ansichten des gesamten Rheinlaufs, die sein Hauptmotiv werden sollten. Vier Jahre später gründete er in Schaffhausen seinen eigenen Verlag. Um 1845 erschien sein Hauptwerk „Voyage pittoresque aux bords du Rhin et de la Suisse". 1833 hatte er wegen des stetig wachsenden Erfolges seines Verlages seinen Wohnsitz und die Werkstatt in das Schloß Laufen am Rheinfall verlegt. Eine Reise an den Zarenhof in St. Petersburg 1837-1838 war der unternehmerische Höhepunkt. Danach war er zunehmend weniger erfolgreich und die Umwälzungen jener Jahre trieben Bleuler an den Rand des Ruins. Dazu trugen auch neue Reproduktionstechniken in nicht unerheblichem Maße bei.

      [Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH]
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        Holländische Küstenlandschaft mit Schiffen und Fischern.

      - Bleistift, mit Einfassungslinie, auf Velin, rechts unten signiert „FL Huygens". 16,2:27,6 cm. - Knickfalte im linken oberen Bildfeld geglättet. Das sicher und lebendig ausgeführte Blatt zeigt eine typisch holländische Küstenlandschaft in Nahsicht bei niedrigem Horizont. Der Maler und Radierer Huygens war in Den Haag Schüler von C. van Cuylenburgh (1758-1827) und dem berühmten holländischen Künstler S.A. Krausz (1760-1825). 1836 wurde er Lehrer für Zeichnen an der Militärakademie Breda. Als Tier- und Landschaftsmaler nahm er vor allem Anregungen von P.G. van Os (1776-1839) auf.

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        Magnificent autograph letter signed, to François Véron Duverger de Forbonnais

      [Versailles:] , 1758. Three pages, quarto, with address panel and armorial seal. Preserved in a custom made cloth portfolio and drop back box. In excellent condition. One of two known letters of Quesnay's correspondence with Forbonnais, giving a valuable insight into Quesnay's working methods. The letter concerns two works, one by Quesnay, the other by Forbonnais. The first part of the letter deals with Forbonnais' Recherches et Considerations sur Ies Finances de la France, which was anonymously published in Basel in May 1758. Quesnay criticizes Forbonnais' use of statistics regarding currency and salaries by a long demonstration of the error he has made in his calculations ('I1 y a, comme vous le remarquez, l'erreur de fait et l'erreur de déduction relative à la taille et au produit des aides de 1683 comparés à leur état actuel'), and discusses how Forbonnais can correct this error in future editions of his work: 'Quant à votre carton, vous pourriez, après avoir rectifié le fait, faire la même observation qui affaibliroit du moins beaucoup l'erreur [de] déduction, ou la conséquence de l'erreur de fait qui est dans l'in 4°'. Forbonnais was later to incorporate this correction. Quesnay claims it is difficult to compare the earlier financial situation of France to the present situation as it is almost impossible to calculate the increase of the circulation of money at this earlier date, or indeed of the previous 200 years. He refers Forbonnais to his Questions intéressantes sur 1a population …, published as part four of Mirabeau's L'Ami des hommes. It is known that Quesnay frequently distributed his works in manuscript form before their publication, and Quesnay sent a manuscript draft of this work to Forbonnais, probably already corrected to some extent, asking him for assistance. He wishes to give concrete examples of the yield of certain agricultural products, wine in particular, and asks Forbonnais to assist him in various calculations. He also refers him to the footnotes to questions XVI in the sections on population (in which he refers to Pattullo's work), and on commerce, in which he maintains that it is difficult to establish monetary statistics. This letter is of great interest in showing that Quesnay and Forbonnais were on good terms during the 1750s and that the animosity which later developed between them had not always been so. It is also of great value, giving an insight into the working methods of both writers. Whilst there is a fair body of Quesnay's correspondence in institutions in France and America, manuscripts of Quesnay are excessively rare, and only two examples of his correspondence with Forbonnais are known.

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        Von dem Nationalstolze.

      Zürich, Heidegger und Compagnie, 1758. - Gest. Frontispiz (A. Zingg nach J. L. Aberli), XXXIV, 312 S. (Titelblatt mit gest. Vignette von A. Zingg), dunkelbrauner Halbleder-Band der Zeit auf vier unechten Bünden mit goldgepr. ockerfarbenen Rückenschild und floraler Rückenvergoldung, dreiseitiger Rotschnitt (Rücken gebräunt, Goldprägung und Kanten stellenweise berieben), 14,4 x 9 cm. Erste Ausgabe. (Goedecke IV, 1,482,8; Ischer, J.G. Zimmermann's Leben und Werke, 1893). Eines von nur wenigen bekannten Exemplaren mit der 10-seitigen Widmung an den Berner Patrizier Beat Siegmund Ougspurger, da dieser unmittelbar nach der Veröffentlichung die Entfernung der Dedikation aus allen noch nicht verschenkten und zum Kauf bestimmten Exemplare veranlasst hatte. "Die Ausbesserung aller meiner Seelenkräfte ist, ., die angenehme Arbeit meines gegenwärtigen Lebens; die schönste Frucht davon entdeket (!) mir ein kühn gewagter Blick in die Zukunft - sie ist das Glück, der Gewogenheit eines Ougspurgers nicht unwürdig zu heissen, wann ich bin, was zu werden mich bestrebe." Sowohl dieser allzu schmeichlerische Klang der Widmung, als auch der ironische Ton der Satire über den Nationaldünkel im ersten Teil der Arbeit, waren dem Berner offensichtlich nicht geheuer. Obwohl der zweite Teil ja schließlich vom berechtigten Nationalstolz, der sich auf die wahren Vorzüge gründet, handelt. Der gerechte, vernünftige Nationalstolz, so Zimmermann, ist die Liebe zum Vaterland. - Titelblatt mit etwas späterem handschriftl. Besitzvermerk 'Edna Döring', einem priv. Besitzstempel und 2 Wappen-Prägestempeln, sonst innen schönes, nahezu fleckenfreies und ungebräuntes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Elvira Tasbach]
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        A Select Office for the Holy Communion, consisting of occasional Prayers and Meditations, collect out of such Authors only, as are thought to have excelled in this kind of Writing; to which are prefixed some Propositions, and two Discourses?

      Printed for S, Leake at Bath, and C. Henderson under the Royal-Exchange, 1758 1758 12mo., on laid paper; neat contemporary inscription on (blank) leaf following front free endpaper; handsomely bound in contemporary full calf, sides blocked with an elaborate frame panel in gilt including eagles, thistles and flowers, the whole stopped at corners by enhanced crowns, back gilt with five raised bands tooled in gilt, all compartments tooled in gilt, all edges gilt, gilt doublures and dentelles, marbled endpapers, very neatly rebacked with old backstrip laid down, one corner lightly bruised else a most attractive copy in period binding. With the half - title; leaves C9 - 11 clipped at upper outer corner with minimal loss of text. The work comprises 'Two Discourses' [with] (separately paginated) 'Prayers and Meditations relating to the Holy Communion' [with] (unpaginated) 'The Church Service'. Extremely scarce, especially in period binding in this condition. A most attractive copy ideal as a gift or for presentation.

      [Bookseller: Island Books [formerly of Devon]]
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