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        Q.D.B.V. de tabulariis urbis Romae libellum academicum consensu amplissimi philosophorum ordinis publice propositum a contradicentium obiectionibus tuebuntur * Handeinband der Zeit, beigebunden zwei weitere Veröffentlichungen (Münzkunde)

      Vollständige Ausgabe in Handeinband der Zeit: Pappband im Format 8vo 17 x 20,8 cm, 39 Seiten, Schrift: Fraktur, mit gestochenem Titelkupfer und Schlußvignette. - Beigebunden: 1. "Accurate Anzeige der gröbern und kleinern Silber-Münzsorten, wie solche bey dem in Augsburg angestellten Münz-Probations-Convent gegen die Kaiserlichkönigliche Ausmünzung anzunehmen", Augsburg 1761 (24 Seiten) - 2. "Accurate Vorstellung sämtlicher jezo im Schwang gehenden Münz- und Geldsorten, hauptsächlich derer, welche seit den Jahren 1756-1760 bekannt worden nebst beygefügten richtigen Verzeichnis, wie hoch jedes Stück am Werth sey. Zum Nutzen des Publici herausgegeben und mit dazugehörigen Kupferstichen versehen", 1761 (20 Seiten, ohne Zählung, mit 3 ausklappbaren Münz-Übersichtstafeln / Kupferstichen). - Johann Georg Richter, Christian August Schmidt, illustrierte Bücher , Münzwesen, Münzkunde, Reichstaler, Münzsorten Silbermünzen, Währung im 18. Jahrhundert, Münzen / Währung deutscher Fürstentümer. - Erstausgabe in guter Erhaltung (Signaturaufkleber auf Vorderdeckel, Papier ganz leicht gebräunt, kleiner Eckenausschnitt am fliegenden Vorsatz, sonst sehr gut)

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      Coburg, Findeisen, 2. Auflage 1761. - worinnen die meisten Betrügereyen in allen Ständen, nebst denen darwider guten Theils dienenden Mitteln. 8 Blatt, 524 Seiten, 2 Blatt, Pergamentband der Zeit, 17,5 x 11 cm, Einband leicht angestaubt, innen gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt, alte Anmerkungen auf dem Vorsatz. Gutes Exemplar.

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        Abregé du commentaire de la coutume de Touraine

      First Edition. Full contemporary granité.Pièce Calf title and volume number in red morocco. Head cover of Volume II threadbare in part, the same for the tail headdress. Upper and lower joints of Volume II split tail. Latest comments on the custom of Touraine dating back to a century, and were given in 1661 by Pallu In this new book, Jaquet, lawyer Grenoble, lists all the laws of the kingdom, section by section, providing provincial differences.; which gives a very serious look at the custom, not only in Touraine, but in its position towards the kingdom of France. Red stamp on the flyleaf: André Bayard, Evreux. A blue stamp title page: Seminarium Ebroicense. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Chez Fournier A Auxerre 1761 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in 4 (19x25,5cm) 775 (1)pp. et 783pp. relié

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        Recherches sur l'origine du despotisme oriental. Ouvrage posthume de Mr. B.I.D.P.E.C.

      (Genève), 1761. ____ Edition originale. Editée par d'Holbach, on ne sait trop ce qui revient à ce philosophe dans la rédaction de ce livre et ce qu'il faut attribuer à Boulanger. Elle contient en tête de l'ouvrage la "Lettre de l'auteur à M. [Helvétius]", qui manque à la plupart des éditions ultérieures. Diderot écrivait à Sophie : "Le livre de Boulanger est très rare ici; nous en avons fait venir, par la poste, deux ou trois exemplaires qu'on nous a soufflés. Sachez d'Uranie si l'êpitre dédicatoire [c'est la lettre à Helvétius] est à son exemplaire." Cité par Naville, D'Holbach p.180. Coins légèrement frottés, bon exemplaire. Vercruysse, Biblio. descriptive des écrits du Baron d'Holbach F-1. *****. In-12. [166 x 95 mm] Collation : XXXII, 435 pp. Veau marbré, dos orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        26 Ex æ de Bacchi, nunc S. Urbani... / Adfixum parieti domus... / In Basilica S. Mariæ Transtiberim / Tibure in foro prope Signa Aegyptiaca / Præ ter Basilicam S. Petri... / In æ dibus Farnesianis Transtiberinis / In hortis Palatinis Farnesianis. /

      1761. inserita nell'opera "DELLA MAGNIFICENZA ED ARCHITETTURA DE' ROMANI" edita da Firmin Didot Frères nel 1761. Unione di due tavole

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        Mémoires de l'Académie royale de chirurgie. Nouvelle édition.

      Paris, Le Prieur, 1761 - 1774. ____ Collection complète de ces Mémoires de la plus haute importance pour l'histoire de la chirurgie. Ils sont illustrés par 94 planches gravées sur cuivre. Tome I, 1761 : frontispice, XL, 778, (2) pp., 20 planches h.-t. Tome II, 1769 : Frontispice, (4), XCVII, (7), 612 pp., 22 pl. - Tome III, Veuve Delaguette, 1757 : Frontispice, (4), 139, (5), 680, (2) pp., 19 pl. - Tome IV, 1768 : Frontispice, (4), 123, (1), 699, (1) pp., 9 pl. - Tome V, Didot, 1774 : Frontispice, (4), XVI, 928 pp., 19 pl. Quatre coiffes usées, un des volumes est dans une reliure un peu différente des autres. Assez bon exemplaire dans l'ensemble. *****. 5 volumes in-4. [252 x 190 mm] Collation : Veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Document signed in 1760 by Jeffrey Amherst while Major General and Commander in Chief of all His Majesties Forces in North America.

      Not published, New York, NY 1761 - One folio leaf, containing 26 lines of text. Signed by Jeffery Amherst and countersigned by his private secretary Arthur Mair. Dated December 2, 1761 at New York, it conveys permission to John Hawkins acting paymaster of the Engineering Department a sum of more than 8,535 pounds Sterling for expenes in "carrying on the Works at several Forts." The document was torn in half, with no loss, and was repaired long ago with archival tape on the reverse. Minor soiling and creasing. Size: Quarto (4to) [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        De Poenis Ecclesiasticis Praxis Absoluta et Universalis, Iam Primum...

      1761. A Standard Canon-Law Treatise on Punishment Tesauro, Carlo Antonio [1587-1655]. Giraldi, Ubaldo [1692-1775], Editor. De Poenis Ecclesiasticis Praxis Absoluta et Universalis. Iam Primum in Duas Partes Distributa Nunc Notis, Et Accessionibus Earumdem Poenatum ab Anno MDCLIII. ad Usque MDCCLX. Inflictarum Locupletata ab Adm. R.P. Ubaldo Giraldi a S. Cajetano. Opus Diligenter Revisum, Emendatumque, Ac Propositionibus ab Apostolica Sede Proscriptis Auctum. Padua: Typis Seminarii, 1761. [iv], 361 pp. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (13-1/2" x 9"). Contemporary vellum, gilt-stamped title to spine, edges rouged. Boards somewhat bowed, a few minor smudges to rear board, corners and spine ends bumped. Title page printed in red and black. Light toning to text, minor stains to a few leaves, light soiling to title page. Later owner signature to front free endpaper, interior otherwise clean. A handsome copy. $750. * Later edition. First published in 1640, this treatise on punishments by a Jesuit canonist went through at least six editions. It was a standard work into the final decades of the nineteenth century. Not in the Canon Law Collection of the Library of Congress.

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        Chrysal: or, the Adventures of a Guinea

      London, for T Becket,, 1761. Wherein are exhibited Views of several striking Scenes, with Curious and interesting Anecdotes of the most Noted Persons in every Rank of Life, whose Hands it passed through, in America, England, Holland, Germany, and Portugal. By an Adept. The Second Edition greatly inlarged and corrected. 2 volumes, 12mo. Contemporary calf, vol. I neatly rebacked with the original spine laid down, orange morocco lettering-pieces, spines gilt in compartments, red sprinkled edges. Contemporary Richardson armorial bookplates. Spines rather rubbed with some loss of gilt, light even toning, a very good copy. First published the previous year, Johnstone's Chrysal, a "novel of circulation" which follows a gold coin through the hands of various owners, the great, the vicious and the foolish, was one of the bestselling novels of the 18th century.

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        THE PARENT'S AND GUARDIAN'S DIRECTORY, and the Youth's Guide, in the Profession or Trade. Containing I. An Essay on the Education of the Tradesman and Mechanic. II The qualifications necessary for those designed for the Three Learned Professions. III. An account of the several Trades and Mechanic Arts, digested in alphabetical Order; In which the Businesses omitted by other Authors are here inserted; the Qualifications necessary for each

      .trade are explained; the Sums given with the Apprentices; the Wages of Journeymen; and the Sums required to set up Matters, are exhibited. IV. Advice to an Apprentice on his Behaviour while subject to his Master. viii, 1 - 316pp. Contemporary full sheep with red leather label to spine. 12mo. First edition. Front free endpaper coming loose; fault and tear in page 44/45 with evidence of old repair; substantial worming between pages 237 and 271, in inner margin, with some loss of letters; else a very good copy of a very rare book.

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        An Account of the War in India, between the English and the French, on the Coast of Coromandel from the Year 1750 to the Year 1760. Together with A Relation of the late Remarkable Events on the Malabar Coast, and Expeditions to Golconda and Surat

      London: Printed for T Jefferys, 1761. xxxiii+270+[2]+15+[1]+48+xix+[1] pages 14 of 18 engraved plates, maps (many folding) and index. Quarto (10 1/4" x 8 1/4") in original leather binding. First edition.Richard Owen Cambridge was a British poet. He was educated at Eton and at St John's College, Oxford. Leaving the university without taking a degree, he took up residence at Lincolns Inn in 1737. Four years later he married, and went to live at his country seat of Whitminster, Gloucestershire. In 1751 he removed to Twickenham, where he enjoyed the society of many notable persons. Horace Walpole in his letters makes many jesting allusions to Cambridge in the character of news-monger. His chief work is the Scribleriad (1751), a mock epic poem, the hero of which is the Martinus Scriblerus of Alexander Pope, John Arbuthnot and Jonathan Swift. The poem is preceded by a dissertation on the mock heroic, in which he avows Cervantes as his master. The satire shows considerable learning, and was eagerly read by literary people; but it never became popular, and the allusions, always obscure, have little interest for the present-day reader. He made a valuable contribution to history in his Account of the War in India on the Coast of Coromandel from the year 1750 to 1760 (1761). He had intended to write a history of the rise and progress of British power in India, but this enterprise went no further than this one work, as he found that Robert Orme, who had promised him the use of his papers, contemplated the execution of a similar plan. The Works of Richard Owen Cambridge, includes several pieces never before published. It contains an Account of his Life and Character by his Son, George Owen Cambridge (1803), the Scribleriad, some narrative and satirical poems, and about twenty papers originally published in Edward Moore's paper, The World. His poems are included in Alexander Chalmers' English Poets (1816.Condition:Previous owner's name in neatly written dated 1806 on front end paper with his book plate on front past down with his library stamp. Lacks rear free end paper. Front hinge separated, back hinge cracked. Lacks the Mongol on horse back plate, map of Maratta County, view of the attack on Geriah and view of Surat. Front worn, spine ends and corners reinforced and repaired, new spine label else about very good.

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        Elogio storico alle gesta del Beato Odorico dell'ordine de' Minori Conventuali con la storia da lui dettata de' suoi viaggj asiatici.

      Presso Antonio Zatta,, In Venezia, 1761 - Cm. 30, pp. viii, 152. Grande antiporta ripiegata raffigurante il Beato Odorico nell'atto di battezzare, arma al centro del frontespizio, una tavola ripiegata f.t. inc. in rame raffigurante l'Arca del Beato Odorico, in fine grande carta geografica dell'Asia (50 x 63) datata Venezia 1760 ed un albero genealogico ripiegato dei re Ottogari. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con punte con titoli impressi a piatto anteriore e dorso. Esemplare marginoso e genuino, senza difetti, fatto salvo per un paio di piccole fenditure alle carte. Impressa su carta di ottima qualità. Il Beato Odorico Mattiuzzi (ca. 1265) fu uno dei più illustri missionari dell'Ordine, viaggiando sino all'Estremo Oriente poco dopo Marco Polo, recandosi in Asia Minore, Mongolia, Cina e India. Fu infatti il primo europeo dopo Marco Polo che menzionò e descrisse Sumatra. Al suo rientro a Venezia Odorico redasse la cronaca dei suoi viaggi chiamandola "Itinerarium", di questo codice si conoscono 73 manoscritti redatti in latino, francese e italiano. "Nel 1318 si imbarca a Venezia per Costantinopoli. Di qui attraversa il Mar Nero e prosegue lentamente per via di terra raggiungendo il Golfo Persico, dove torna a imbarcarsi verso l'India. Giunto a Tana, presso Bombay, ritrova e prende con se' i resti di quattro frati francescani, massacrati nel 1321. Risalito in nave, è il primo europeo a raggiungere l'Indonesia, e di qui infine arriva in Cina, sbarcando a Canton. Ma la sua meta finale è Khanbaliq, la capitale dell'immenso impero, dove arriva nel 1325, dopo sette anni di viaggio." Opera attribuita alternativamente a Giuseppe Vanni ed a Fr. Benofi. Cfr. Melzi I, 353. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Candide, ou l'Optimisme traduit de l'allemand de Mr. Le Docteur Ralph

      S.l., 1761, in 12, de 259pp. 2ff. de table - suivi de : Candide ... Seconde partie, S.l. 1770, de 130pp., soit 2 parties en 1 vol. demi-veau moucheté XIXe genre ancien, dos orné, tr. rouges, qq. très rares rousseurs, bon exemplaire. Très rare édition remaniée et augmentée de la 2e partie. Candide a paru en 1759 et la seconde partie a été rajoutée à partir de 1761. Cette édition de 1761 a été remaniée par Voltaire, en particulier le chapitre XXII. La seconde partie est de nos jours attribuée à Dulaurens. La paternité de cette Seconde partie fut dévolue à Thorel de Campigneulles, mais immédiatement démentie par ce dernier. Faute d'attribution sérieuse, le nom de Campigneulles est resté accolé à cette 2e partie mais des études subséquentes ont démontré que l'abbé H.J. Dulaurens était l'auteur le plus probable de ce texte. cf. J. Rustin Les suites de Candide au XVIIIe siècle, in Studies on Voltaire and the 18th cent., 1972, p.1395. ¶ Bengesco n°1443 (avec la seconde partie) - Edition non mentionnée par Morize - Pas dans le cat. Voltaire de la BNF - Aucun exemplaire au cat. CCFR - Cat. KVK 2ex. (Genève, Oxford).

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        Les plus beaux Monuments de Rome ancienne ou: Recueil des plus beaux Morceaux de l´Antiquité Romaine qui existent encore.

      Rome: Bouchard & Gravier, 1761 First edition. Large folio (48,5 x 33,5 cm). (8), 90 pp. Contemporary half calf. Spine with 7 raised bands and 7 gilt fleurons and gilt-lettered red morocco label. Illustrated with title vignette, dedication with engraved vignette, 73 full-page engraved plates (44 with 2 illustrations), of which 19 depicting bas-reliefs and 9 engraved text-illustrations (ca 1/3 page). Several decorated 5-line initials. A monumental work on ancient Rome with splendid large views of monuments, squares, ruins, the in- and exterior of many buildings, architecture and sculpture. All copper engravings after Jean Barbault by Montagu, Freicenet, Giraud, Bouchard in the style of Piranesi. Binding a bit chafed and worn, upper margin of title page, the dedication and the preface repaired with a bit text-loss, 5 plates and 3 leaves with margin repairs (no text loss), 5 plates and 2 leaves with stains (usually marginal). Nevertheless, a well-bound and well-kept copy - complete with all plates - and still preserving the majestic splendour of this monumental edition. For a full description and more images please visit: .

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        Histoire de l'université de Paris, depuis son origine jusqu'en l'année 1600

      Original, unusual Edition.Binding sheepskin half contemporary. Back smooth decorated, tail wheel. As an exhibit in red morocco ,; beige and volume number morocco. 2 copings frayed part, a split bit over 3 cm. Good copy. Chez Desaint & Saillant à Paris 1761 in-12 (10,5x17cm) XXV, 510 pp. (1) et (2) 516 pp. (1) et (2) 508 pp. et (2) 500 pp. (1) et (2) 503 pp. et (2) 496 pp, (1) et (2) 465 pp. (1) 7 volumes reliés

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        La Nouvelle Héloïse ou Lettres de deux amans, habitans d'une petite ville au pied des Alpes

      Paris infringement of the first edition under the title, previous called themselves indeed Letters of two lovers (whose original appeared in 1761). The editor Duchesne took the liberty of changing the original division of the letters (Volume 1: 65 Letters, Volume 2: 48 Letters, Volume 3: Volume 4 26 letters and 24 letters).It is illustrated with a frontispiece of Cochin and twelve boards inset engraved by Le Mire with frames, of Plover. These figures are the same as those of the first edition, apart from the twelfth.Title pages in red and black. This edition contains two prefaces, especially the famous second dialogued.Binders of the time in the open marbled fawn calf, back smooth ornate coffered and gilded florets, parts of title and volume number of red morocco, cold filet coaching boards, net gilded highlighting the cuts, all marbled. Modern bookplate (stamp) on each volume.Three rugged head caps with gaps and a threadbare, a missing tail cap. Three corners bumped.This large sensitive novel that made the glory of the epistolary novel enjoyed a great success upon its release, we took 4000 copies of the first edition and the work knew no less than 70 editions between 1761 and 1800. The demand became so strong that publishers began to rent the volumes to day and even hour. The work was blacklisted in 1806 for insulting the values ??of the Church.  Chez Duchesne A Paris 1764 In-12 (10x17cm) iv ; 454pp. et (2) 478pp. et (2) 504pp. et (4) 436pp. (8) 4 volumes reliés

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        Cosmologische Briefe über die Einrichtung des Weltbaues

      Augsburg: Eberhard Kletts Wittiv, 1761. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. 8vo (19.4x12.0cm). xxviii, 318 pp., 1 folding printed table. Text with minor browning, first free endpaper with old ownership entries. Contemporary papercard board, gilt, somewhat rubbed. ----Houzeau-L. 8886. Poggendorff I, 1355 ; Goed. IV 1, 479, 1. Ziegenfuss II, 11. - The scarce first edition of Lambert's sensational "Cosmological Letters", his most important astronomical work, in which he to a large extent fore-shadowed the documentation of the basic features of the universe that Herschel later carried out. The work became very popular and was translated into French, Russian, and English, and it was later re-written and published as "Systeme du Monde" in Berlin, 1770. "Of special interest among Lambert's astronomical writings - apart from applications of his physical doctrines - are his famous Cosmologische Briefe über die Einrichtung des Weltbaues" (Augsburg, 1761). Not familiar with the similar ideas of Thomas Wright (1750) and with Kant's "Allgemeine Naturgeschichte und Theorie des Himmels" (1755), Lambert had the idea that what appears as the Milky Way might be the visual effect of a lens-shaped universe. On this basis he elaborated a theory according to which the thousand of stars surrounding the sun constituted a system. Moreover he considered the Milky Way as a large number of such systems, that is, a system of higher order... Only when William Hershel systematically examined the heavens telescopically and discovered numerous nebulae and "telescopic milky-ways" did it become obvious that Lambert's description was not mere science fiction but to a large extent a bold vision of the basic features of the universe" (Scriba in D.S.B. VII:598). --- Kant's mentor (Martin Knutzen) died in 1755, three years before the pre-critical project unfolded. But Kant still had the chance of meeting kindred spirits. One of these was the great philosopher and mathematician Johann Heinrich Lambert, whom he admired a great deal. Finally he had encountered a thinker who appreciated both the scientific and metaphysical perspective, who worried about their tensions, and who was searching for a truce. In his "Cosmologische Briefe..." (Cosmological Letters on the establishment of the universe), Lambert worked on the same topic as Kant had worked on in his earlier Universal Natural History. The tasks and results of both works resemble each other, in so far as they were both proposals of integrating Newtonian physics into a larger framework, and they both contained a theory of the dynamic constitution of the universe. Furthermore, as Kant's scientific works should be viewed under the perspective of his general philosophical outlook, so must Lambert's work in physics and astronomy be seen in relation to his general philosophical outlook and his perpetual quest for introducing mathematical exactness into the sciences. "Lambert's efforts to improve communication and collaboration in astronomy were noteworthy. He promoted the publication of astronomical journals and founded "Berliner astronomisches Jahrbuch oder Ephemeriden". Many of the articles that he contributed to it were not published until after his death... He also favored the founding of the Berlin observatory. These suggestions, in line with Leibniz' far-reaching plans for international cooperation of scientific societies, inaugurated a new period of scientific teamwork." (D.S.B., VII:598). Very Good.

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        Opera omnia medico-pratica, & anatomica. Editio inter quamplurimas emendatissima.

      Venezia, apud Gasparum Girardi, 1761, in-4to cartonato coevo, tassello manoscritto al dorso, pp. XXXII-404 con testatina ornamentale xilografica, bella marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio e con tre incisioni in rame : una tratta da uno studio del Vignoli con la colonna in Campo Marzio, una raffigurante la "tarantola" (ragno cui il Baglivi dedico' un attentissimo studio) e la carta della regione pugliese in cui allignava, un'ultima con doppio medaglione. Alcune figure xilografiche nel testo. Bruniture diffuse. Grande ex-libris "Loris Premuda" applicato al risguardo. Blake, 27. Garrison-Morton, 68; Castiglioni, 479, 494, 918). Opera completa di uno fra i piu' grandi innovatori della medicina di tutti i tempi.

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        Petition to the Lord High Chancellor, dated 17th Febry. 1761, relating to a claim by a gunner for a share of the prize money gained by a British private Man of War.

      1761 Six folio leaves, written on 9 pages, the final 3 left blank; some chipping to leading edges with no loss of text, some sl. tears into central fold with no loss, sl. browning. Signed by Fountaine Cooke, solicitor of Clements Inn, and also to His Majesty's Mint. 32.5 x 20.5cm.Written on behalf of William Watson of Deptford who, from 1758, served as a gunner on board the 'Duke of Marlborough' , Captain Nathaniel Tanner, a private man-of-war, mainly owned by merchants of Deptford. The petition is a plea for a judicial enquiry to determine whether the owners have unlawfully withheld monies due to the gunner under the terms of his employment.This may be a copy rendered to the ship's owners, and is interesting as the owners' comments are noted in the margin. The Officers, Sailors and Landmen had entered into a written contract with the owners and captain which set out the rewards to which the crew would be entitled and 'of the amount of the sales and produce of such prize or prizes as should be taken by the said ship during the cruise and to one full and equal moiety or half part of head money and Ransom Bills that should be received ... and to one equal moiety of half part of the net produce of all such of the enemies' ships merchandizes, gold, silver, jewels, treasure, effects , goods, things of every sort & kind whatsoever that should be taken by the said ship & condemned as legal prizes after the charge of victualling & manning the said ship & of condemning prizes and Eight Pounds per centum for the Captain for his proportion should first be deducted ... and the rest divided amongst the crew, the gunner taking seven shares'. The recital notes that that ship cruised from September 1758 to November 1759 and took 'several prizes to the value of £30,000 of thereabouts'. The gunner's seven shares amounted to c£500 which the owners refused to pay, citing that he 'did misbehave himself' and that no threat of violence was used to make him relinquish his claim. The final three pages request that a Court of Equity summons the owners to swear on oath as to the facts of the case. The marginal notes record that some cargoes were sold by auction at Garraways Coffee House, and also at Gibraltar, and that the gunner's share of the prize might have been £70 if he had not forfeited the same. A note at the foot of the penultimate page records that the 'Managers gave him 2 guineas out of compassion as being in distress'. At Kew (Ref: HCA 26/9/137) and dated May 26th 1758, there is a record of a judgement of the High Court of Admiralty in respect of this ship, perhaps to award prize monies for an earlier voyage (the Captain and owners are the same, but not the gunner). This judgement records that the Duke of Marlborough was of 450 tons, had a crew of 220, and was armed with 36 carriage and 20 swivel guns.

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        Le Voyageur philosophe dans un Pays inconnu aux Habitans de la Terre. Multa incredibilia vera, Multa credibilia falsa, par Mr. De Listonai.

      Amsterdam: 'depens de l'editeur,', 1761. Two volumes, octavo, titles printed in black and red; contemporary mottle,d calf, spines ornately gilt in compartments between raised bands, tan morocco title and number labels (number on volume two missing). First edition of a scarce lunar utopia. This early tale of space-travel is also a wonderful Enlightenment document of faith in the perfect society.Little is known about the author, but his work is an extended meditation on the themes of society and the natural. Interestingly, the narrator seeks to establish his credentials as man of the world and experienced traveller by claiming to have journeyed to many parts of the world, including a couple of abortive attempts 'de débarquer dans les Terres Australes'. Given this pedigree, it can come as no surprise to the reader that the Voyager so easily journeys to the moon, nor that he is capable of giving such a wonderfully thorough account of Selenite society.The lunar city Sélénopolis displays the standard traits of symmetry and order, which are chronicled with uncritical sincerity by the awe-struck visitor: 'La comparaison de l'état social et de l'état naturel: dans l'absence du mien et du tien, il n'y a pas de vice, pas de crime, pas de crainte de la mort... . C'est le Siècle des Lumières parfaitement réalisé' (Hartig & Soboul, Pour une histoire de l'utopie en France). Having discussed their morals, advances in science and all-round goodness, the traveller sadly takes his leave, happy only in that all of the notes he has taken will be of such inestimable use 'pour l'agrément, l'utilité & le bonheur de l'humanité, dans le dessein d'en enrichir ma Patrie'. Bands, slightly worn.

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        Lettres de deux amans, habitans d'une petite ville au pied des Alpes

      original, unusual Edition.Binders full glossy brown calf contemporary. Back with nerves decorated. as exhibits in Havana morocco, volume number of pieces in red morocco. torn off caps. Mors top of Volume I split with gaps; lower bit fragile and cracked head. Second volume in the upper joint and split open, partly open to the lower joint. 3rd tome with an upper joint split in head and tail. All corners bumped. ChezMarc Michel Rey à Amsterdam 1761 in-12 (10x16,8cm) (16) 407pp. ; (4) 319pp. (1) et (4) 255pp. ; (4) 331pp. et (4) 311pp. ; (4) 312pp. 6 tomes en 3 volumes reliés

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        Mémoires de l'Académie royale de chirurgie. Nouvelle édition.

      Paris, Le Prieur, 1761 - 1774. ____ Collection complète de ces Mémoires de la plus haute importance pour l'histoire de la chirurgie. Ils sont illustrés par 94 planches gravées sur cuivre. Tome I, 1761 : frontispice, XL, 778, (2) pp., 20 planches h.-t. Tome II, 1769 : Frontispice, (4), XCVII, (7), 612 pp., 22 pl. - Tome III, Veuve Delaguette, 1757 : Frontispice, (4), 139, (5), 680, (2) pp., 19 pl. - Tome IV, 1768 : Frontispice, (4), 123, (1), 699, (1) pp., 9 pl. - Tome V, Didot, 1774 : Frontispice, (4), XVI, 928 pp., 19 pl. Quatre coiffes usées, un des volumes est dans une reliure un peu différente des autres. Assez bon exemplaire dans l'ensemble. *****. 5 volumes in-4. [252 x 190 mm] Collation : Veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        De sedibus, et causis morborum per anatomen indagatis libri quinque.

      Venice: ex typographia Remondiniana, 1761. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Two volumes in one. Folio (357 x 230 mm). [10], ix-xcvi, [2] 3-298, [2]; [2] 3-452 pp., including the scarce half-title and final blank to first volume, engraved frontispiece portrait of the author by Jean Renard in first volume, both title-pages with engraved allegorical vignettes, first title printed in red and black. Contemporary calf, spine with 6 raised bands richly gilt in compartments and with label titled in gilt (boards rubbed, corners worn and bumped), red-sprinkled edges. Internally crisp and clean with only very minor marginal spotting and little occasional ink soiling at edges, two leaves (pp.445-8) detached. A fine copy. ----PMM 206; Dibner 125; Norman 1547; Grolier Medicine 46; Heirs of Hippocrates 792; Wellcome IV, 178; Garrison-M. 2276; NLM/Blake 312; Osler 1178; Waller 6672 - First edition, first issue, of Morgagni's main work and ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT WORKS IN THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE. "Morgagni was the true founder of modern pathological anatomy" (Garrison-Morton). Morgagni, Professor of Anatomy at Padua, used evidence from his experience and records of some 700 post-mortem dissections, to establish a procedure of basing diagnosis and treatment on a detailed knowledge of the anatomical conditions of common diseases, i.e. a classification of symptoms rather than diseases. The work includes a number of descriptions of new diseases, many of which have remained classics until recent times. 1st Printing. Very Good.

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        Traité des maladies des femmes, où l'on a tâché de joindre à une théorie solide la pratique la plus sûre et la mieux éprouvée. Avec un catalogue chronologique des médecins qui ont écrits sur ces maladies.

      Paris, Cavelier, 1761-1765. ____ Première édition. Ouvrage rare complet de ses six volumes. Il est illustrée par 7 planches hors-texte. Reliures un peu frottées mais bon exemplaire. Waller 512. *****. 6 volumes in-12. [168 x 97 mm] Collation : XXXII, 350 pp., 4 planches / VIII, 423 / XI, 443 / XVI, 364, (4) / XXIV, 498 pp., 3 planches / VIII, 339 pp. Veau, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        Lives of the Admirals, and other eminent British Seamen; containing their personal histories, and details of all their public services...

      London: T. Osborne [etc], 1761. Four volumes, octavo, with a number of oval portraits of naval figures, and six folding engraved maps, contemporary calf binding, spines gilt in compartments between raised bands, red edges. Third edition: a really attractive set of a good early edition of this standard work, a comprehensive naval history of Great Britain first published in the 1740s, which remained in print in various forms until the late nineteenth century. Campbell was quite admired by Dr. Johnson. He told Boswell that he once drank thirteen bottles of port at a sitting (hard to imagine him standing), and Johnson commented approvingly that 'he has not been in the inside of a church for many years; but he never passes a church without pulling off his hat. This shows that he has good principles.'Most copies of Campbell's Lives were read to bits, to judge by the poor condition usually ecountered. The maps by Thomas Jefferys comprise the following: Europe, Africa, Madagascar & Zanzibar, Asia, North America and South America. Fine crisp set.

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        Veduta del tempio della Sibilla in Tivoli

      1761. "- PRIMO STATO DI QUATTRO - Acquaforte e bulino, 1761, firmata in lastra . Esemplare della contemporanea tiratura romana. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana ""doppio cerchio e giglio"", piccoli margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Della serie Vedute di Roma. L'opera consiste in 135 lastre prodotte individualmente dal Piranesi per almeno 30 anni, da circa il 1745, fino alla data della sua morte. All'opera sono aggiunte poi 2 vedute realizzate dal figlio Francesco. Per la prima volta furono edite dall'editore Giovanni Bouchard nel 1751 (34 lastre), successivamente dallo stesso Piranesi editore a Palazzo Tomati in Roma (scritta che appare su molte tavole), fino alla stesura definitiva composta da 137 lastre. Successivamente alla morte dell'autore le lastre furono ereditate dal figlio Francesco, che ne curò la pubblicazione prima nella capitale, e successivamente a Parigi. Le lastre furono poi acquisite dalla Calcografia Camerale, oggi Calcografia Nazionale, dove sono tuttora conservate. Le opere che proponiamo fanno parte di un album nella stesura definitiva, stampato a Roma tra il 1770 ed il 1780." "- FIRST STATE, OF FOUR - Etching and engraving, 1761, signed on plate. Example from the contemporary Roman Edition. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper with watermark ""double encircled fleur de lys with letters CB"", with margins, very good condition. Taken from Vedute di Roma; the whole work consists of 135 plates which have been individually produced by Piranesi along 30 years, from 1745 circa until his death. Two more works have been subsequently added, two plates by his son Francesco. They have been printed for the first time in 1751 (34 plates) by the editor Giovanni Bouchard, afterwards by Piranesi himself, publisher in Palazzo Tomati in Rome (as it is written on m,any plates), until the final edition of 137 plates. After Piranesi's death, his son Francesco inherited the plates, editing them first in Rome and then in Paris. The Calcografia Camerale, nowadays Calcografia Nazionale, has then bought the plates which are now kept inside the building." Roma Rome Hind 6, I/IV; Focillon 764. 635 430

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        Essay sur l'Histoire générale et sur les Moeurs et l'Esprit des Nations, depuis Charlemagne jusqu'à nos jours. (Complete in 8 Volumes and with Supplement Volume)

      Geneva , 1761 Essay sur l'Histoire générale et sur les Moeurs et l'Esprit des Nations, depuis Charlemagne jusqu'à nos jours. By Mr. De Voltaire. ------------ English title: Essay on General History and on the Minds and Spirit of the Nations, from Charlemagne to our own day. ---------------- Complete in 8 volumes and with supplementary volume (9 volumes all in). No mention of publisher but I do believe they were printed in Geneva. All volumes dated 1761 except volumes 8 and 9 which are 1763. All 9 volumes are complete with no pages missing. All are full calf bindings but the labels are missing from the spines and are worn. All boards attached but a few are loose and shaken. The odd blank endpaper is loose. All pages are clean throughout with just some age-toning to the margins. Overall a good complete set in rubbed and worn bindings.. Full Calf. Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        The works of Dr Jonathan Swift, Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin 20 volume set

      Edinburgh : Printed by A. Donaldson, 1761-1779. Hardcover. Good. Mixed set. 20 volumes. 12mo. Volume 1-11 are of the Donaldson Works of Swift, lacking the final 2 volumes. Volumes 12-17 are Letters, written by the late Jonathan Swift, 5th edition, London, Printed for A. Pope, 1767, Volumes 18-20 are A supplement to Dr. Swift's works, Third edition, London : Printed for J. Nichols, 1779. Bound in uniform contemporary leather, raised bands, leather spine labels. Wear to edges, several spine labels lacking. Armorial bookplate of Oliver Farrer. Occasional spotting, overall pages clean and unmarked. This is an oversized or heavy book, that requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US.

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        Commentarius historicus, et dogmaticus de sacramentis in genere, et specie .. his adduntur dissertationes de censuris, de irregularitate, & de indulgentiis, exactae ad veterem, & hodiernam Ecclesiae disciplinam .. Editio novissima Veneta post sextam Lugdunensem, ab innumeris mendis sedulo expurgata .

      ex typographia Dorigoniana, 1761. In 4°, pp. xx, 602 , rilegat. coeva in t. pergamena con presenza diffusa alla cop. ant di fori, più rari alla cop. post. e ai margini di numerose pagine senza ledere il testo, rarissimi fori nel testo. Leggera abrasione alla parte inferiore del dorso.

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        Dialogo Apologetico, Moral, e Critico ordenado para instrucçam do ministro principiante, que dezeje salvarse no Officio nobilissimo, e excellente de julgar, que he o mais perfeito, meritorio de todos os empregos politicos, se le exercita com perfeição.

      Lisbon, na Officina de Pedro Ferreira, 1761. - 4°, contemporary mottled sheep (some wear to corners, head and foot of spine), spine gilt with raised bands in five compartments, crimson leather lettering piece in second compartment from head, gilt letter, text block edges sprinkled red. Small woodcut vignette on title page. Large woodcut factotum initial on recto of following leaf. Typographical headpiece on recto of twelfth preliminary leaf. Woodcut headpiece on p. 1. Large woodcut tailpiece on p. 165. Some dampstaining in upper outer corners of first and last few leaves. Single round wormhole in outer blank margins from p. 37 to end, joined by another round wormhole in extreme lower outer corners from page 129 to end. Still, overall in good to very good condition. Five line ownership inscription in ink, dated 1859, on recto of front free endleaf. (17 ll.), 169 pp. *** FIRST and ONLY EDITION of this dialogue between a "Baccharel" and a "Theologo" preceded by a letter by the [fictitious?] Fr. Paulo do Dezengano, with a reply by the [equally fictitious?] Fr. Francisco da Caridade at the end, on the qualities required of a minister, filled with extensive relations of juridical assertions.The author, a native of Lisbon, born in 1683, was still alive in 1761. The precise date of his death is not known. Something of a prodigy, he knew Latin at age nine, and entered Coimbra University to study canon law at age thirteen. At nineteen years of age he was serving as Juiz da Fóra at Seisimbra, continuing to hold various judicial and administrative appointments for the next eighteen years, after which he began to practice as a lawyer, establishing himself in Lisbon during the next forty years. He was a member of the Academia Real de História Portuguesa. Innocêncio lists the titles of 24 published works under his name.*** Innocêncio IV, 360-3. See also @Grande enciclopédia, VIII, 167. Not located in Porbase (which cites 10 other works by the author). Not located in Copac. Not located in Hollis. Not located in Orbis. Not located in Newberry Library online catalog. Not located in Melvyl. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Two parts in one vol., 8vo, (6)130(6)126(2)pp, first title printed in red and black, including the final advertisement leaf, contemporary calf, neatly rebacked, gilt in compartments, raised bands and label. A very good crisp copy.Publisher: London, Robert Horsfield,Year: 1761Edition: First edition in English (but variant with both vols. dated 1761).

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        Das neu eröfnete Münzcabinet, darinnen merkwürdige und viele bishero noch nirgends mitgetheilte Gold- und Silbermünzen zu finden, die richtig in Kupfer abgebildet, beschrieben und erläutert werden. 4 Bände komplett.

      Nürnberg: Bauers 1761-1773. 8°. Mit 4 ( wiederholten) Frontispizen, 4 Titelvignetten, 40 Textholzschnitten, 184 Kupfern auf 98 Tafeln (davon 1 farbig). 14 Bl., 376 S.; 8 Bl., 342 S., 1 Bl.; 6 Bl., 340 S.; 234 S., 2 Bl. und 20 Bl. Gesamtregister. Marmorierte Pappbände d.Z. mit handschriftl. Rückenschildern. Gutes Exemplar der Erstausgabe. Komplett in vier Bänden. Band 4 wurde verfasst von Johann Paul Rerinhard. Einbände etwas berieben, Beschriftung der Rückenschilder verblasst, innen teils etwas fleckig und vereinzelt gering angerändert, eine Tafel im 3. Band mit Tintenfleck, dieser auf zwei weitere Blätter durchschlagend, ein Blatt im 4. Band mit kleinem Eckabriss ohne Textverlust ( S. 106/107), alle Bände mit je 2 ExLibris, insgesamt schönes Exemplar. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Numismatik, Münzkunde

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        Introduction à la Géographie [&] Globe Celeste [&] Globe Terrestre

      1761 - Paris, Desnos 1761. Fine original colour. Three sheets, each 365 x 520mm. Very fine impression. Very decorative set of three globe illustrations: an armillary sphere, a terrestrial globe and a celestial globe. They were published in a de luxe edition of Buy de Mornas' 'Atlas Methodique et Elementaire de Géographie et l'Histoire', with separately printed ornate borders.

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        Strategicus- Στρατηγικ?Ï‚, Ονοσανδρου Στρατηγικοσ = Onosandri Strategicus sive de Imperatoris institutione liber ad cod. mss. fidem expressus et ex antiquorum tacticorum potissimum collatione notis perpetuis criticis emendatus nec non figuris aeri incisis illustratus. Acc. duo indices, unus rerum, alter verborum et locutionum Graecarum una cum versionbe Gallica Liberi Baronis de Zur-Lauben ... ad calcem libri adiecta. Cura et studio Nicolai Schwebelii ...

      Classical Authors: Norimbergae & Paris Ex officiana Christiani de Launoy.; Chez Vincent , Impremieur-Libraire, rue S,Severin à l'Ange. 1761-2. Copper engraved frontispiece; [9] pp.158 ; pp.57. Folio. General Title; separate title for Le general d'armée par Onosander, ouvrage trad. du Grec par M. le Baron de Zur-Lauben. [Paris, Vincent, 1757]. 2 volumes bound in 1. Full calf; [worn] A new edition of Onosander, [ the Editio Princeps was published in 1599 ( see item 2990) and then re issued with additional notes in 1600 and 1619] . The text is bound with the French translation by the Baron De Zur- Luaben. Graesse describes it as the best edition. Brunet states "On trouve dans cette édition des notes inédites de Jos.Scaliger et d'Is.Vossius, mais celles de Rigault n'y sont pas entières." [We find in this edition unpublished notes of Jos.Scaliger and Is.Vossius, but those of Rigault are not whole]. Onasander's Strategikos is one of the most important treatises on ancient military matters and provides information not commonly available in other ancient works on Greek military tactics, especially concerning the use of the light infantry in battle. Full calf worn, lacks tail of spine. old ink owners inscription to front free end paper. old ink inscription to rear paste down. End papers dusty and browned to edges, internally clean. Copper engraved frontispiece; fold-out battle plan and full page illustration of siege weapons [ stain to upper edge.] Numerous vignettes within text of coins, weapons and battle plans. Onasander or Onosander 1st century AD. Greek philosopher. We know from Suidas that he was author of a commentary on the Republic of Plato, which is lost His only surviving work Strategikos (Στρατηγικ?Ï‚),is a short but comprehensive work on the duties of a general. It is dedicated to Quintus Veranius Nepos, consul in AD 49, and legate of Britain. It was the chief authority for the military writings of the emperors Maurice and Leo VI, and Maurice of Saxony, who consulted it in a French translation and expressed a high opinion of it. SCHWEBEL (Nikolaus)1713-1773 Rector of the Gymnasium at Ansbach; studied at Nuremberg, Altdorf , Wittenberg , and Jena In 1738 he became a courtier in a noble house at Vienna. In 1740 he received the Inspectorate of the Alumni and the Economics at the University of Altdorf , and the Rectorate of Egidic in Nuremberg Gymnasium , the professorship of the Greek language at the Auditorium in 1750 , and in 1765 came to Ansbach as rector and first professor of the Gymnasiu . He was a celebrated philologist. Also known for his work on Bionis et Moschi Idyllia 1746 and Vegitus16:48: De Re Militaria 1767. Béat-Fidèle-Antoine-Jean-Dominique Zurlauben (1720-1799) General in the service of France and writer, specialist of military history. Raised in Paris, enters the Swiss Guard in the service of France, at the age of 15 ,eventually rising to field marshal. At the age of 31 he published his Military History of the Swiss 1751-3 his first great work, Associate member of the Academy of Inscriptions (1749). In 1780, he retired to Zug; His residence, the Zurlaubenhof, became a center of historical research. His collection of books and manuscripts, sold after his death in the canton of Aargau, is the first collection of the Sammlung Zurlauben (Cantonal Library) Baron Beat-Fidel of Zurlauben (1720-1799) entered the Swiss Guard at the age of 15 in the service of France, where he had been brought up. The intense military career of this Zougois did not prevent him from devoting himself so hard to studies. It was at the age of 31 that this man of letters, who was considered to have one of the most important collections of books and manuscripts of his time, published his 'Military History of the Swiss', his first great work, Graesse:5 p24; Brunet:5 p187. Classical Authors Military Onosander

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        Forsøg i de skiønne og nyttige Videnskaber. Ved et patriotisk Selskab. Bind 1-7.

      København 1761-83. (20) + 144 + (2) + 189 + (6) + 199 + (16) + 223 + (1) + (6) + 228 + (1) + (2) + 162 + (6) + 189 + (1) + (4) + 266 + (1) + (6) + 197 + 247 + (1) + (2) + 205 + (1) + (4) + 215 + 291 + (1) + 188 + (1) s. Kobberstukket vignett på tittelbl.Samt. skinnbd. med fem opph. bind. Rik ryggdekor i gull. Navnestempler. Inneholder originaltrykk av Johannes Ewald ; Fiskerne og Balders død. Bidrag av Hans Bull, Christen Pram, Claus Frimann m.m.

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        The Works of the Late Right Honorable Joseph Addison, Esq

      Birmingham: Printed by John Baskerville, for J. and R. Tonson, 1761. First Baskerville Edition. Engraved portrait frontispiece by by T. Miller after G. Kneller. 10 plates plus 6 text illustrations. 4 vols. 4to. Contemporary calf, spines gilt, neatly rebacked. Signature of R.F.B. Richards, 1830. Bookplates of famous copllectorJohn M. Cameron. First Baskerville Edition. Engraved portrait frontispiece by by T. Miller after G. Kneller. 10 plates plus 6 text illustrations. 4 vols. 4to. "The most beautiful edition of Addison ever published,"--Gaskell, Baskerville, #17. Pardoe p. 169; Straus p. 73; Gaskell 17

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        Cosmologische Briefe über die Einrichtung des Weltbaues.

      Augsburg Verlag Eberhard Kletts Wittwe 1761 - EA; ca 20x13 cm; XXVIII, 318 Seiten mit 1 Falttabelle; Halbledereinband d. Zt. mit Rückenschild (Einband am unteren Kapital bestoßen, vorderes Außengelenk unten mit kleinem Einriß, ausgestrichener Name [nicht mehr lesbar] kleiner Namenseintrag auf Vorsatz, Seiten am oberen Rand geringfügig stockfleckig; insgesamt sehr gutes Exemplar) 0,000 gr. Astronomie [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Essay sur l'histoire générale, et sur les moeurs et l'esprit des Nations, depuis Charlemagne jusqu'à nos jours. Nouvelle édition, revue, corrigée et considérablement augmentée.

      Cramer 1761-1763, Genève - 8 vol. in-8, veau marbré, dos lisse orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge, tranches rouges (reliure de l'époque). Edition en partie originale publiée chez Cramer. Dernière édition à porter le titre Essay sur l'histoire générale (celle de 1764 ne corrigea que les fautes signalées à l'errata) avant le choix du titre définitif par Voltaire dans l'édition de 1771 Essai sur les moeurs et l'esprit des nations. « Pendant trente-quatre ans, (Voltaire) nourrit son texte, ajoutant beaucoup, retranchant peu jusqu'à l'ultime révision en 1778. Il publie dès 1745 des extraits de son Histoire générale alors qu'il est historiographe de Louis XV (.) Il est difficile de mesurer ce que l'histoire doit à l'Essai sur les moeurs. La présence de V. dans l'évolution historiographique est certaine. Son influence est plus délicate à circonscrire ; elle varie selon les générations et selon les écoles » (L. Trenard). Bel exemplaire. Bengesco, 1164 ; L'Oeuvre de V. à la BN, 3071, 3073.

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        Lettres de deux amans, habitans d'une petite ville au pied des Alpes

      - ChezMarc Michel Rey, à Amsterdam 1761, in-12 (10x16,8cm), (16) 407pp. ; (4) 319pp. (1) et (4) 255pp. ; (4) 331pp. et (4) 311pp. ; (4) 312pp., 6 tomes en 3 volumes reliés. - originale, insolito Edition. Leganti pieno lucido periodo di vitello marrone. Indietro con i nervi decorati. come mostre a L'Avana il Marocco, il numero del volume di pezzi in marocchino rosso. tappi strappato. Mors superiore del volume ho diviso con le lacune; inferiori po 'fragile e screpolata testa. Secondo volume nella mascella superiore e dividere aperto, parzialmente aperto alla mascella inferiore. 3 ° tomo, con una ripartizione mascella superiore in testa e coda. Tutti gli angoli urtato. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare. Cet exemplaire ne contient pas les 4 pages chiffrées pour les Errata des 6 volumes, il ne contient non plus aucune figure. Les faux-titres sont bien intitulés : "Julie, ou la Nouvelle Heloïse" avec la tomaison. Seule la deuxième partie contient un feuillet de catalogue, celui de la première est absent, tout comme celui de la troisième, et de la cinquième. Les fleurons de titre des tome I et VI sont identiques, avec les deux vers italiens de Petrarque, les autres possèdent un fleuron semblable, sauf pour le quatrième. Reliures en plein veau brun glacé d'époque. Dos à nerfs ornés. Pièces de titre en maroquin havane, pièces de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Coiffes arrachées. Mors supérieur du tome I fendu avec manques ; mors inférieur fragile et fendu en tête. Second tome au mors supérieur fendu et en partie ouvert, en partie ouvert au mors inférieur. 3e tome avec un mors supérieur fendu en tête et queue. Tous les coins émoussés. Le faux-titre de la seconde partie et le dernier feuillet de texte sont collés entre eux, idem pour celui de la quatrième partie et le dernier feuillet de texte de la troisième, idem pour celui de la sixième partie et le dernier feuillet de texte de la cinquième. Ce grand roman sensible épistolaire connut un très vif succès dès sa parution, on tira 4000 exemplaires de l'édition originale et l'

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        Sermon de Rabin Akib, Prononcé à Smyrne le 20 Novembre 1761. Traduit de l'Hébreu [titre courant].

      - S.l.n.d. [1761]. In-8, plein maroquin acajou janséniste, dos à 5 nerfs, titre doré, date dorée en pied, chasses filetées or, large dentelle intérieure dorée, tranches dorées (reliure Rivière & Son), 15 p. (sign. A8, verso du dernier f. bl.). Edition originale de premier tirage, rare. Publié anonymement à "tirage très restreint" en décembre 1761, le texte fut composé à l'occasion de l’autodafé du père Malagrida, et ainsi que Voltaire le crut par erreur, de 2 musulmans et 32 juifs. Ce "sermon", qui dénonce avec véhémence le "sacrifice de victimes humaines" perpétré par les "sauvages de Lisbonne", "est exceptionnel à double titre: c'est l'unique fois dans la longue série de ses pseudonymes ou Voltaire a pris les traits d'un juif ( ). C'est aussi dans toute l'oeuvre de Voltaire, le plaidoyer le plus clair et le plus direct pour la tolérance envers les juifs" (cf. R. Desné in ‘Dict. Voltaire’, Gallimard, p. 1239-1240). (Bengesco, 1667.1. Voltaire à la B.N. n 3925,). Seulement 2 exemplaires dans les bibliothèques françaises: BnF et Lyon. Bel exemplaire, très grand de marges (193 x 121 mm), parfaitement relié en maroquin par Robert Rivière (1802-1882); installé à Londres dès 1830, il fut l’un des relieurs de la famille royale d'Angleterre. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Vermischte Schriften.

      Frankfurt, Leipzig (Macklot), - 1761 - 1. + 2. Stück in 2. Aufl. 3.-5. Stück in EA. 5 Stücke in 1 Bd. 808 S. + ca 50 Bl. Vorworte und Inhaltsverzeichnisse mit gestochenen Titelvignetten und anderem Buchschmuck sowie zahlr. teils gefalteten Kupfertafeln und Tabellen. Ganzpergament der Zeit mit geprägtem Rückenschild. tadelloses museales Stück. Der badische Geheimrat Reinhard war der Nestor der badischen Bienenzucht und beschäftigt sich hier mit höchst unterschiedlichen land- und forstwirtschaftlichen Themen. Sehr rar.

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        Teatro veneziano) GOLDONI, Carlo. Delle commedie

      Giambattista Pasquali, Venezia 1761 - (Teatro veneziano) GOLDONI, Carlo. Venezia, Giambattista Pasquali, 1761. Delle commedie. 16 volumi in-8°, rilegati come segue: dal I° all' VIII°, XI°-XII°, XV°-XVI° a doppio volume in pergamena coeva; il IX° e il X° a volumi singoli in pelle coeva; il XIII° e XIV° in m. pergamena ottocentesca. Complessive 5450 pp. con ritratto del Goldoni disegnato da Lorenzo Tiepolo, inciso da Marco Pitteri, altro ritratto e numerose tavole incise in rame dal Baratti da disegni di Pietro Novelli f.t. Come in molti esemplari, manca il vol. XVII. Alla fine di qualche volume sono aggiunti alcuni opuscoli settecenteschi. Pregevole edizione illustrata che il Gamba (Serie degli scritti impressi in dialetto veneziano, p. 152) così si esprime >. Spinelli, Bibliografia Goldoniana, pp. 97 - 131. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      1761. Carta antica più volte ripiegata - impressa su carta tendente all'azzurro- dimensioni foglio 88.6x63.3cm-dimensioni parte incisa cm 86.4x56-leggera brunitura al centro del foglio-anno di pubblicazione 1761

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        DISSERTAZIONI SOPRA L'ISTORIA PISANA CONTENENTE L'ORIGINE DELLA DECADENZA DELLA REPUBBLICA / RACCOLTA DI SCELTI DIPLOMI PISANI. Per appendice dell'Istoria dell`origine della decadenza e per uso delle sue dissertazioni sull'Istoria della Repubblica Pisana. 1761-1768.

      Per Gio. Paolo Giovannelli / Presso Giuseppe Pasqua, 1761. Prima edizione. Opera completa in tre volumi, due dei quali costituiscono le vere e proprie "Dissertazioni", e l'altro l'appendice dei "Diplomi". Cm.24x17. Pg.XXIV, 428; XIX, 412. XLIV, 454 (2). Legature ottocentesche in mz.pelle con titoli e fregi in oro ai dorsi e piatti marmorizzati. Frontespizi impressi in rosso e nero con incisioni calcografiche, opera di Antonio Gregori su disegni Giovanni Battista Tempesti. Al primo volume doppia antiporta figurata, sempre su bozzetti del Tempesti, ma incise da Veremondo Rossi, con due belle tavole in formato cm.30,2x20, raffiguranti rispettivamente una immagine allegorica ed il ritratto di Francesco dei Medici, Granduca di Toscana. Ancora del Tempesti i due capilettera e le due testatine, collocate all'inizio della dedicatoria e all'inizio del testo, la seconda delle quali con una veduta di Piazza dei Miracoli). In fine al secondo volume una tabella in grande formato con la "Parte dell'albero [genealogico] de' Conti di Donoratico" e una bella pianta di Pisa, in formato cm.24x34, incisa da Giovanni Canocchi. Nel secondo volume viene inoltre riproposta la vedutina di Piazza dei Miracoli, assieme ad altra incisione in rame di Giovanni Brunetti e a due capilettera ornamentali. Nel terzo volume, dei "Diplomi", ancora due vignette calcografiche del tempesti all'inizio della dedicatoria e del testo, la prima con l'emblema del Senato pisano e l'altra con una veduta degli "acquedotti di Caldaccoli presso i Bagni di Pisa", oltre alle due relative iniziali decorative. Le "Dissertazioni" contenute nei primi due volumi sono 11: I. Di quello che ha scritto Dante Alighieri sopra il conte Ugolino de' Gherardeschi pisano nel Canto XXXIII dell'Inferno; II. Della differenza che vi è tra gli antichi scrittori sopra l'istoria della morte de' Gherardeschi: e del giudizio che si dee fare di quelli; III. Di altri autori, i quali dopo Dante e Gio. Villani scrissero sopra l'istoria del conte Ugolino; IV. Delle prime discordie che nacquero in Pisa per la gara delle fazioni ghibellina e guelfa; V. Di quello che avvenne a' Pisani dopo la morte di Federigo II nell'esaltamento della parte guelfa d'Italia loro inimica; VI. Del risorgimento e poi ricaduta della parte ghibellina d'Italia e della sorte de' Pisani in tali vicende; VII. Della pace che Papa Clemente IV procurò di stabilire in Toscana e come gli resisterono i Pisani e del fine che ebbe l'Augusta Casa di Svezia; VIII. Delle avversità che sofferse la città di Pisa dopo la morte del re Corradino e delle civili contese che si suscitarono in essa tra cittadini per la divisione del partito; IX. Delle cause e avvenimenti della guerra dell'anno 1282 tra la repubblica pisana e quella genovese; X. Della continuazione della guerra tra le Repubbliche di Genova e Pisa: come i Pisani rimasero sconfitti nella famosa battaglia della Meloria e come gli accrebbero le offese dopo tanta sciagura per la considerazione de' Guelfi toscani e genovesi; XI. Della signoria e morte del conte Ugolino e de' suoi figliuoli e nipoti. Le "Dissertazioni furono stampate dal Giovannelli nel 1761 e nel 1768, i "Diplomi" dal Pasqua nel 1765. Importante, classica opera di storia pisana, in condizioni di conservazione più che accettabili . > Moreni, I, 152-153, "Argomenti sì interessantissimi potrebbero essere per gloria di Pisa trattati maestrevolmente da qualcuno affezionato alla Patria, giacché essa ancor di presente abonda di soggetti". Sempre Moreni, nella scheda successiva, "I diplomi, che sono 103, cominciano dal 1091 e si conducono interrottamente fino al 1727". Lozzi, II, 3648: "Opera assai pregiata" . Codice libreria 129123.

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        Nieder-Lausitzsche Wendische Grammatica. Das ist Möglichste Anweisung zur Erlernung der Nieder-Lausitzschen Wendischen Sprache (incl. Teutsch und Wendisches Register)

      Driemeln 1761. Pappband d.Z., 16 Bl., 490 Seiten, ca. 170 Seiten Teutsch und Wendisches Register. Zeitspuren, Einband etwas berieben mit nur leichten Randläsuren, Titelblatt unten rechts mit Fehlstück, ansonsten gutes Exemplar aus zuletzt gepflegter Privatsammlung.

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