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        Brevis Notitia Urbis Veteris Vindobonae Ex Variis Documentis Collecta Josepho II Romanorum Regi. Semper Augusto Ab Austriaca Iesu Societate In Aeternae Observantiae Monumentum Oblata. Text in Latin

      Vindobonae: Typis Ioannis Thomae Trattner, Caes. Reg. Maiest, Aulae Typographi et Bibliopolae, 1764. Contemporary paper binding i.e. 18th century. Some foxing and discoloration. An unopened copy. Overall condition is very good +. 4to. [28] 257 pp. [1]. Page of corrigenda present. Engraved frontispiece. Folding map of Vienna dated 1547. 10 folding charts. Pictorial head and tailpieces and initials. OCLC locates copies at University of Rochester, Loyola University, Chicago, Brigham Young Universiy. No copy for sale on the NET. A history of the city of Vienna from its origins with material on the Habsburgs and the Babenburgs.

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        Lectures on Select Subjects In Mechanics , Pneumatics, Hydrostatics, And Optics. With The Use of the Globes, The Art of Dialing, And The Calculation of the Mean Times of New and Full Moons and Eclipses

      Printed for A. Millar, London 1764 - ; rare with Ferguson's Supplement; contemporary brown full calf binding; lettering and designs in gilt on spine; gilt is bright; hinges are tight; no foxing; no browning except for age toning to exterior edges of page block; pp vii; [1] Contents; 252; [4] Index; all 23 fold-out plates are present and in excellent condition; there are 36 plates in all including Ferguson's additional 13 fold-out plates included at the end of his 1767 Supplement which is bound-in following the Index; this is entitled A Supplement To Mr. Ferguson's Book of Lectures On Mechanics, Pneumatics, Hydrostatics, And Optics.; also printed for A. Millar; pp 40 followed by the 13 fold-out plates which are also in excellent condition; the binding was re-backed some time ago with matching brown calf spine and five raised bands; previous owner's signature at top of first page of preface dated 1769; previous owner's discreet signature on f.f.e.p.; the book together with the Supplement is scarce. Size: 4to [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Reeve & Clarke Fine Books (ABAC / ILAB)]
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        Traité de géométrie theorique et pratique, a l'usage des artistes:

      Paris: Chez Ch. Ant. Jombert, Libraire du Roi pour l'Artillerie & le Génie, à l'image Notre-Dame, 1764. ril pelle (leather binding). Molto buono (Very Good). 8vo. Par Sebastien Leclerc, Chevalier Romain, Dessinateur & Graveur du Cabinet du Roi, Professeur de Géométrie & de Perspective dans l'Académie Royale de Peinture & de Sculpture. Nouvelle Edition. Con 39 tavole ripiegate e 16 incisioni a piena pagina Titolo e decori in oro al dorso Pagine leggermente brunite e con sporadiche macchie scure. Tre fori di tarlo al dorso (Pages slightly browned to edges)

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      Artois Flanders Belgium Belge Belgique 1764 - On offer is an archive of French language handwritten manuscript papers penned by Dr. S. Brunes between the years 1764 - 1767. Dr. Brunes provides a study and accounting of several hospitals in the counties of 'les comte des Flandres et d'Artoi". Also included is a more personal letter which acts as an overview of the report proper. This is a very detailed, very well written account in a beautiful hand. In total nine handwritten pages over 12 leaves. Provenance: collection of SIR THOMAS PHILLIPPS (1792-1872). Born in 1792, Sir Thomas Phillipps from childhood was obsessed with the idea of obtaining virtually anything written or printed on paper, including cartloads of documents from wastepaper merchants and the entire inventories of booksellers. "I wish to have one copy of every book in the world," he declared to a friend. He very nearly succeeded. His collection ultimately grew to more than 100,000 books and at least 60,000 manuscripts. As a result of his extravagant purchases, Sir Thomas was permanently on the verge of bankruptcy and was constantly pursued by creditors. So many books arrived at his house that it was impossible to unpack his acquisitions much less keep pace with them. Visiting scholars, driven to distraction, would spend days hunting for an elusive text in the dusty heaps that filled every room. Because Sir Thomas has a morbid dread of fire, most of his collection was housed in coffinlike boxes that could be carted away quickly. Visitors to Middle Hill were struck too, by the presence of numerous logs, a ploy he used to lure beetles away from his books. As Sir Thomas relentlessly pursued his passion, the house itself began to crumble and its floors started to sag under the cast weight of hundreds of tons of paper. His neglect of Middle Hill was partly deliberate, however. Sir Thomas's chief enemy in life, James Halliwell, had married his daughter against his wishes. It appears that Halliwell was, in Sir Thomas' eyes, the worst kind of criminal, a book thief who had stolen valuable works from university libraries and even from his father-in-law. Having no sons, Sir Thomas was unable to prevent Halliwell from inheriting his estate. To ensure that his detested heir would never receive anything of value, Sir Thomas's solution was to allow Middle Hill to fall unto complete disrepair. He even went so far as to chop down and sell for lumber the centuries-old oak trees that lined the majestic mile-long drive to his home. In 1863 Sir Thomas decided to move - in order to accommodate his books. With the aid of 160 men, 103 wagonloads of books and papers drawn by 230 horses, the books were lumbered from Middle Hill top their new estate in nearby Cheltenham. It is said that for years afterwards the countryside was littered with the remains of carts that had collapsed under the sheer weight of the Phillipps collection. Sir Thomas continues to add to his library until his death in 1872. After Sir Thomas's death, his immediate family had no room for his collection. So vast was the library that although individual items and large sections were sold privately or through numerous auction sales, the Phillipps collection is still being sold more than a century after the death of its owner. In the course of its sales, many treasures have come to light. As late as 1964, part of the long-lost and unique medieval manuscript of the Roman poet Ovid's Metamorphoses appeared and was subsequently reunited with its other half at Magdalen College, Oxford. Once destined for destruction as worthless wastepaper, this and many other priceless works were saved by the single-minded obsession of the greatest bibliomaniac of all time. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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      - Traducida al castellano, y añadida una copiosa colección de dioses de la antigüedad por Lorenzo Díaz de la Madrid. Madrid, Joachin Ibarra, 1764, 12x17, 2 tomos:I- frontis, 8 hojas, 381 págs. 7 hojas. 17 láminas grabadas. II- 2 hojas, 344 págs. 9 hojas, 10 láminas grabadas. Encuadernados en plena piel de época con tejuelo, ligeros desperfectos en lomera sin importancia, buen estado, papel limpio sin manchas ni óxido. (Rara obra de mitología ilustrada con un total de 28 láminas grabadas por Moreno). (55482).

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        Versuch einer pragmatischen Geschichte des Durchlauchtigsten Hauses Braunschweig und Lüneburg.

      Braunschweig, Waisenhaus, 1764.. Ca. 20,2 x 12,5 cm. 4 Blätter, 487 Seiten, mit Holzschnitt-Vignetten. Roter Maroquinband der Zeit mit reicher Deckel- und Rückenvergoldung, Stehkantenvergoldung, dreiseitigem Goldschnitt, Lesebändchen und floral gemusterten Buntpapiervorsätzen.. Erste Ausgabe, anonym erschienen. Loewe 503. Einband etwas berieben, Gelenke mit kleinen Einrissen an den Kapitalen; Besitzvermerk auf Vorsatz, etwas gebräunt. Insgesamt sehr schönes und prachtvoll gebundenes Exemplar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Rainer Schlicht]
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        von denenjenigen Stücken aus dem Pflanzenreiche, welche in den Apotheken der meisten Länder Europens aufbehalten werden müssen, zum Gebrauche der Apotheken verfertiget und dem Drucke übergeben.

      Dresden, J.N. Gerlach und Sohn, 1764. 8vo. pp. (8), 724, (2), with 1 engraved plate. Old boards. Anonymously published work on medicinal plants.

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        The Painted Pheasant from China

      1764 - Isaac Spackman, The Painted Pheasant from China 1764 set; 12” x 9 5/8” * Derived from George Edwards’ Natural History of Uncommon Birds, Vol II (1748), no. 68. Isaac Spackman, an artist working in London near the end of the eighteenth century, was inspired by Samuel Dixon’s basso relievo style and copied closely his technique. Like Dixon, Spackman produced three sets of paintings, each with twelve pictures, which he derived from Edwards’ Natural History of Uncommon Birds.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries San Francisco]
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        Der Brittische Plutarch oder Lebensbeschreibungen der größten Männer in England und Irrland, seit den Zeiten Heinrichs VIII. bis unter George II. [Aus dem Engl. v. Hans Ernst v. Teubern, Paul Gottlob Lindner u. Johann Georg Christian Fick. 8 Bände in 4. [und:] GILLET, Friedrich Wilhelm. Neuer Brittischer Plutarch. Oder Leben und Charaktere berühmter Britten welche sich während des Französischen Revolutionskrieges ausgezeichnet haben. Nebst einem Anhange von Anekdoten.

      Leipzig u. Züllichau, Waysenhaus- u. Frommanische Handlung 1764-1794 [und:] Berlin, Friedrich Maurer 1804.. 8°. Bde. 1-8 zus. 16 Bll. (Titelei), 2906 S., 15 Bll. (Verz. u. Register) mit 6 wh., gest. Tit.vign. in Kupferst. (Crusius fec.) u. 'Neuer Plutarch' Tit., XI S., 420 S. mit Front. u. 24 Porträts auf 4 Taf. in Kupferst. Bde. 1-8: Dekorative, marmor. Ldr.bde. d. Zt. auf 5 Bünden mit reicher Rü.vergoldung u. je 2 mont. Rüschi., umseit. Rotschnitt u. gemusterten Vorsatzpapieren u. HLederbd. d. Zt. auf 5 Bünden m. goldgepr. Rü.verz., 2 mont. Rüschi., Deckelbezug aus braunem Kleisterpapier, umseit Rotschnitt sowie gemust. Vors. Einbde. z.Tl. leicht abgerieben; ein Bd. am Kapital lädiert; Namenszug v. alter Hd. auf flieg. Vorsatz; im Text gebräunt u. stockfl. sowie tlw. m. Spuren v. Wurmfraß.. Dict. of Nat. Biogr. XXXIX, 147 (Verf.); Holzmann/Bohatta III, 9163 (Übers. erm.). Erste u. einzige Ausgabe der dt. Übersetzung der 1762 bei Edward Dilly in London erschienenen Originalausg. ('The British Plutarch, or biographical entertainer'). Umfasst Lebensbeschreibungen berühmter Briten u. Irländer vom 16. bis zum 18. Jahrhundert. Es ist das umfangereichste Werk des engl. Schriftstellers Thomas Mortimer (1730-1810), der ansonsten hauptsächlich Schriften über Wirtschaft, Handel u. Finanzen verfasste. Sechs Jahre lang war er Vizekonsul der österr. Niederlande. - Bd. 8 mit literarischen Anmerkungen des Historikers Johan Georg Meusel.

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      Ben Gabriel Nicolaus Naspe, Nürnberg 1764 - Gran folio. Frontis, 3 h. sin numerar, p. 1-8, 1 h. sin numerar, 9-104, 132 h de grabados. Cartoné antiguo época, papel de hilo. - 76 grabados, numerados 1-82. 61 de ellos con grabados dobles y 15 simples. Faltan los grabados nºs. 2, 3, 14, 15, 16 y 76. Edición muy rara. [Mennessier de la Lance no cita esta edición] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Berrocal Libros Antiguos]
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        "LA GRANDE BRETAGNE OU LES ROYAUMES D'ANGLETERRE ET D'ECOSSE comme aussi le Royaume D'IRLANDE". Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte von M.A. Lotter bei T.C. Lotter. Augsburg 1764. 49 x 58 cm. - Fast unsichtbare Quetschfalte und hinterlegter Einriß unten links. - Rechts oberhalb der Darstellung eine "No. 12" in Tinte.

      Augsburg: Lotter, 1764. Dekorative Karte der Britischen Inseln mit einem kleinen Teil der Niederlande, Belgiens und Nordfrankfreichs unten rechts. Rechts oben eine Titel- und links oben eine Wappenkartusche. - Schönes Exemplar auf dem vollen Blatt ohne die sonst übliche Mittelfalte..

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        Societate Jesu Bibliotheca Concionatoria Ethices Christianar Praecipua Continens Argumenta, Ordine Alphabetico Digesta

      Typographia Remondiniana 1764 - (TAZ1) - Venetiis - E gallico sermone in Latinum Translata. Editio Novissima. Ciu nunc primum praeter supplemente, quae alias deerant, suo loco apposita, accedit integer Tomus Quinctus non antea vulgatus continens duas tabulas, quae usum operis universi faciliorem efficient. - 5 volúmenes en 4 tomos - Contiene: I(A-D)XX y 552 páginas; II(E-I) 507 páginas; III(L-P) 570 páginas; IV(R-Z) 494 páginas; V(Tabulas) 100 páginas. - Folio - Texto en doble columna - Los 4 tomos encuadernados en cuero completo con relieves en el lomo - Cantos pintados - Leves desprendimientos de cuero en algunas tapas - Buen estado

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        Neues Organon oder Gedanken uber die Erforschung und Bezeichnung des Wahren und Dessen Unterscheidung vom Irrthum und Schein 2Vs

      JOHANNWENDLER, LIEPZIG 1764 - 2 Vols. in matching binding, original binding, extensive paper chipping to corners/edges of cardboard covers, fore edges dyed red, age-toned pages, very tight text block, gold gilt lettering on red paper label, remarkable condition considering they are 250 years old. DATE PUBLISHED: 1764 EDITION: [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Architecture Moderne Ou L'Art De Bien Batir Pou Toutes Sortes De Personnes - Tome Premier

      Paris: Chez l'Auteur, 1764. Volume one of two,containing the first four parts of six. xxvi, 554pp. Twenty one engraved plates, most folding. Parts I, De la Construction. II, Des Escaliers. III, Des Devis. IV, Du Toise des Batimens. Contemporary full calf binding with marbled snail pattern end papers. The binding tight, but hinges tender. Cords strong, corners rubbed with small loss of surface to upper board, otherwise very good throughout.. Full Calf. Good Plus. 285x220mm.

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        Plan de la Baye Chibouctou Nommee par les Anglois Halifax

      Paris 1764 - Published in: "Le Petit Atlas Maritimel recueil de Cartes et plans des Quatre Parties du Monde, ---", Paris, 1764.Contains an inset plan of the city of Halifax, titled "Plan de la Ville d'Halifax"., Size : 235x370 (mm), 9.25x14.5 (Inches), Hand Colored, 0

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        Partie du Fleuve St. Laurent depuis Quebec jusqu'au Lac St. Francois/Carte du Lac Champlain (St. Lawrence River/Lake Champlain/Canada)

      Paris 1764 - Engraving with hand-color. From Petit atlas maritime. Tome 1. No. 10. Sheet size: 12 5/8 x 17". Inventory#: p1466pmat.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries of Philadelphia, PA]
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        Leçons élémentaires d'optique. Nouvelle édition, revue, corrigée et augmentée

      chez H. Guérin et L.F. Delatour, Paris 1764 - IV-204 p., 12 láminas plegadas grabadas al cobre. Plena piel de época, lomo con nervios, hierros dorados y tejuelo. Temprana edición de este completo manual de óptica y perspectiva. Su autor, miembro de la Academia de Ciencias, reputado astrónomo y profesor de matemáticas del Colegio Mazarino, gozó de gran prestigio científico en el siglo XVIII.Precioso ejemplar, con cuidada encuadernación de época. Los grabados en perfecto estado.

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        Histoire abrégée des insectes, dans laquelle ces animaux sont rangés suivant un ordre méthodique

      Paris, Durand, 1764. Two volumes in two. 4to. xxviii, 523, 690 pp.; 22 folded engraved plates and one large folded table. Contemporary full calf, spine with five raised bands, compartment rich gilt, two red morocco labels with gilt titles. Marbled flyleaves, all edges marbled.* With the often lacking large synoptic table. Horn-Schenkling mentions that this is a re-edition of the "Histoire abrégée des insectes qui se trouvent aux environs de Paris..." Small stamp in margin of front flyleaf and half-title in both volumes, some damp-staining on the upper margin of the text and the plates, however without touching the figures. Horn-Schenkling, 7523; Nissen ZBI, 1522.

      [Bookseller: Dieter Schierenberg bv]
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        The Visitor. In Two Volumes. With Bookplate of Jeremiah Wadsworth (1743- 1804) in Each Volume

      Edward and Charles Dilly, London 1764 - First edition, 1764. Very worn copy of this two-volume work important mainly for having the engraved bookplate of American patriot Jeremiah Wadworth at the front of each volume. Wadsworth was a merchant and sea captain who represented Connecticut in the Continental Congess, and later, the US House of Representatives. The bookplate appears in Allen's American Bookplates as the first full page illustration. Full sheep, 310 + 307, [5] pages. Covers somewhat scorched and heavily chipped, spine coverings absent, frontis illustration lacking, text blocks shaky, dampstaining to top edges near the end of the first volume, worming to the bottom edges near the end of both volumes, pages age-toned. Bookplates, which are mounted on the pastedowns, are somewhat age-toned but unchipped. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The history of the discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands: translated from a Spanish manuscript, lately found in the Island of Palma. With an enquiry into the origin of the ancient inhabitants. To which is added, a description of the Canary Islands, including the modern history of the inhabitants, and an account of their manners, customs, trade, &c.

      London, R. and J. Dobsley & T. Durham, 1764.4to. Contemporary half calf (rebacked with the original spine laid down), spine gilt. With 3 engraved maps (1 folding). (8),VIII,368 pp.* First edition; with armorial bookplate of Thomas Hubert Barclay. - 'The manuscript translated by Glas was written by Juan de Abreu de Galindo. Glas was educated for a physician but he followed the sea as a profession instead. He was an intelligent observer, with some literary and scientific attainments. His translation of the Spanish account is considered fairly good, and his own description of the Canary Islands have considerable merit. He attempted to make a settlement on the coast of Africa between Cape Verde and Senegal. Later he was imprisoned by the Spaniards at Teneriffe for contraband trading, and to cap the series of misfortunes he was killed in a mutiny on board ship while returning home' (Cox I, p.384). - A few pages browned otherwise a fine copy. - Rare.

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        An Improved Map of thecCounty of Stafford, divided into its Hundreds

      c 1764. Copperplate engraving with original outline colour. Mounted size: 885 × 705 mm. Very good condition. A wonderfully precise, detailed and informative large map of Staffordshire; from 'The Large English Atlas' ; arguably the finest English atlas produced in the eighteenth century. Emanuel Bowen and Thomas Kitchin were prolific and highly respected cartographers, however, this collaboration was not without its difficulties; ownership of the particular project changed many times, therefore the maps are found to have various imprints. This map carries the imprint of Robert Sayer, John Bowles and Carrington Bowles. In addition to being on a grand scale, the maps carry a wealth of valuable county information concerning the Seats of the Nobility, geographical and political information, and major market towns and cities.

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        Amusement Microscopique tant pour l'esprit, que pour les yeux; contenant cinquante estampes [deuxième cinquantaine & troisième cinquantaine] dessinées d'après nature et enluminées, avec leurs explications.

      Nuremberg, Adam Wolfgang Winterschmidt, 1764-1768. 3 volumes. 4to (265 x 215mm). With 1 fine handcoloured allegorical frontispiece and 150 beautifully handcoloured engraved plates. Later half vellum. The rare French edition of probably the most beautifully illustrated work on microscopical research. Martin Frobenius Ledermüller (1719-1769) settled down in Nuremberg in 1749, after having been wandering about for many years as a soldier and a secretary, and started his valuable microscopical observations under the protection and direction of the famous Dr. C.J. Trew. The publication of the results, with the finely engraved and coloured plates by the successful Adam Wolfgang Winterschmidt, met with close attention and interest, and for years to come the "Mikroskopieren" was a fashionable pastime for many of the well-to-do classes. The work describes and illustrates a wide range of objects: parts of plants and insects, small shells, plancton, the crystallization of salts in solution etc. The author was the first to use the term 'infusoria'. A fine uncut copy.//Graesse IV, 139; Brunet III, 919: "Ouvrage très estimé"; Nissen BBI, 1156.

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        Historie Florentinae Libri octo. Editio noviciat, mendis omnibus expurgata cum indice locuplentissimo.

      Sans nom 1764 - Venise, s. n., 1764. In 4 de VIII-448pp., reliure cartonnée blanc crème postérieure, pièce de titre de papier beige avec titre manuscrit à l'encre noire, page de garde et frontispice ornés de deux gravures sur bois, l'une allégorique, l'autre représentant une vue en perspective de Florence et de certains de ses monuments, bon et bel exemplaire. Très rare seconde édition, aprés celle éditée à Lyon par les Giunti en 1562, cette importante histoire de Florence couvre la période allant de 1380 à 1492. L'auteur, humaniste et historien du XVIème siècle, fut contraint de fuir sa ville natale, Venise, car suspecté d'hérésie et deux fois convoqué par le Tribunal d'Inquisition. Il voyagea à travers toute l'Europe, notamment en Belgique, Espagne, France, Angleterre, Hongrie, Roumanie et Pologne, se liant d'amitié avec de nombreux intellectuels ayant du fuir leur pays pour les mêmes motifs que l'historien vénitien. Il est également l'auteur de: ''De Historia laudibus'', ''Praecepta Conjugalia'', ''La institutione di una fanciulla nata nobilmente'' et d'un important recueil épistolaire. 0.0 [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Two Books of Apollonius Pergæus, concerning Tangencies, as they have been Restored by Franciscus Vieta and Marinus Ghetaldus. With a Supplement.

      Cambridge: Printed by T. Fletcher and F. Hodson 1764 - FIRST EDITION, with 6 folding engraved plates, interleaved with paper watermarked 1827 with notes in a hand of that date (see below), waterstained and foxed, plates with scorch marks in the fore-margins, latterly entering the plate mark but without loss to the figures, pp. vii, 17, 4to, nineteenth-century half vellum over marbled boards, upper cover detached, most of the marbled paper missing from upper cover, and some from the lower, spine darkened and defective at head, remains of library labels inside front cover, stamp, accession number and shelf marks of Camberwell Public Library on verso of title, Newcastle Lit. & Phil. stamp and shelfmark on spine A messy, but interesting, copy of a scarce book, Lawson’s first publication: ESTC records 7 copies, 4 in the UK (not in Oxford or Manchester), and 3 in the US. This is a translation from the Latin, with Supplement of a few Propositions by Lawson. What is not translated is the Extract from Pappus’s Preface to his Seventh Book in Dr. Halley’s Translation: a translation is provided in manuscript, by the unknown person who further annotated the text with references both to Viète’s and Ghetaldi’s texts and to later writers on the subject, and with a few corrections to the text. The interleaves are not single between the printed leaves, but multiple: blank, however.The plates are not called for in ESTC, but they are present in the Harvard copy, which, however, is lacking the title-page. (ESTC T113499)

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        The History of the Life of Reginald Pole

      Oxford: William Jackson,, 1764. In Two Parts. 2 volumes, quarto (274 × 206 mm). Contemporary half calf, red morocco label, spine lettered in gilt with raised bands, marbled sides, red speckled edges. Housed in a custom purple slipcase. Frontispiece and folding genealogical table. 2 armorial bookplates, one to the front pastedown and one to the first blank. Binding rubbed, headcaps worn, joint of volume I tender. Internally fine, overall a very good set. First edition of Phillips' hagiographic portrait of the English cardinal and last Catholic Archbishop of Canterbury, holding the office during the Counter Reformation. With a contemporary twenty line holograph critical inscription on the front free endpaper.

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        Histoire de Julie Mandeville.

      Chez Duchesne 1764 - - Chez Duchesne, A Paris 1764, In 12 (9x16,5cm), (4) 240pp. et (4) 204pp. - Edition originale. Assez rare. Un frontispice non signé. Plein Veau d'époque marbrée. Dos lisse orné ; roulettes en queue. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, et de tomaison en maroquin noir. Petit accroc mors supérieur du tome I. Jolies exemplaires, avec le nom ROGER doré sur le plat supérieur. Roman anglais en lettres dans le goût et la continuité de la vogue lancée par Richardson avec Pamela. Bien que dénigré par Voltaire, ce roman sentimental et tragique se déroulant au sein de la noblesse anglaise eut un certain succès. (4) 240pp. et (4) 204pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The History of Kamtschatka, and the Kurilski Islands

      R. Raikes for T. Jefferys, Glocester 1764 - Quarto, pp. [8], 280, [8], with 7 engraved maps and plates (4 folding). Contemporary calf boards with new, complementary calf spine in six compartments. Some edgewear to boards; minor foxing to endpapers; text and plates exceptionally clean and bright. Bookplate of Sir Joseph Copley on front pastedown. An abridged translation of the Russian edition of 1755, which offered "The first reliable descriptions of Kamchatka, based on the observations of the author and his companions during the Russian expedition to the far north, 1734-43, a part of Bering's Great Northern Expedition" (Arctic Bib. 9264, 9265). It describes the customs, morals, religion, and languages of the inhabitants of the Kamchatkan peninsula. In addition, the the author had access to the notes made by pioneering German botanist George Steller during his travels to North America with Bering's expedition, and the second part of the narrative includes much on the natural history of the region. Steller's observations "are an important part of this work and constitute one of the earliest accounts of Alaska and the Aleutian islands" (Hill 948). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CARTE DE LA MER ROUGE depuis Moka jusqu'a Gedda

      Paris. c1764 - Copper engraving. Later colour. Size: 66 x 48 cm. Fine condition Large and detailed chart of the southern part of the Red Sea, with detailed depth soundings, rhumb lines and, along the coasts, profiles of the hills as seen from the sea. Three inset maps, of Goofs, Omare and Gedan

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        Carte de l'isle de Java

      Paris 1764 - Size : 214x432 (mm), 8.375x17 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring Excellent; some minor age toning

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        L'Eleve de la Nature

      Paris: Panckouke, 1764. Two volumes in one, duodecimo, a very good copy in modern boards, red morocco label. Robinsoade, with a return to nature theme derived from Rousseau. Second edition of Beaurieu's most successful work: a Robinsonade and educational novel describing a return to nature. Beaurieu (1728-1795) was a celebrated figure in eighteenth century Paris, known as much for his flamboyant and bizarre dress as for his writings. This novel{i }is modelled closely on Rousseau's {i Emile} (1762), so much so that some later editions were attributed to Rousseau himself. Rousseau had argued for a less authoritarian model of education, and one in which the student learns from 'nature and not from men.' Beaurieu's romance, like {i Emile}, shows a fascination with Robinson Crusoe and takes his capacity to adapt through adversity and to learn from nature as a model for a new pedagogy. Thus, the novel strongly condemns the artificiality of luxury and slavery, and supports a return to agriculture as the basis for an apparently utopian society. Very popular at the time of its publication - Gove lists seventeen editions and translations before 1800 - later critical attention has perhaps not been quite so positive. Gove says acidly 'it was once foisted upon Rousseau'; the {i Nouvelle Biographie Générale} is a little more composed: 'le cadre en est ingénieux, mais il n'est pas toujours bien rempli'.

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        The History of the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, From the First Settlement Thereof in 1628, Until Its Incorporation with the Colony of Plimouth, Province of Main, By the Charter of King William and Queen Mary, in 1691. 2 Volume Set

      Boston: Thomas and John Fleet, 1764-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. 2 Volumes, 1764 and 1767. Octavo. Bound in contemporary full calf leather. Gilt lettering on red spine label. Speckled blue pages end. Good bindings and covers. Wear to extremities. Dampstain to Vol. I on side margin of first 24 pages, does not affect text. Tear to title page. Contemporary owners name of James Prescott, brother of Colonel William Prescott of commander at Bunker Hill, of Groton, Mass on FEP. Clean, unmarked pages with tanning. Slight toning occurring. Evans 9705; Howes H-853; Sabin 9705. <br><br> Thomas Hutchinson was a businessman, historian, and a prominent Loyalist politician of the Province of Massachusetts Bay in the years before the American Revolution. A successful merchant and politician, Hutchinson was active at high levels of the Massachusetts government for many years, serving as lieutenant governor and then governor from 1758 to 1774. <br> He was a politically polarizing figure who, despite initial opposition to Parliamentary tax laws directed at the colonies, came to be identified by John Adams and Samuel Adams as a proponent of hated British taxes. He was blamed by Lord North (the British Prime Minister at the time) for being a significant contributor to the tensions that led the outbreak of the American Revolutionary War. <Br>Hutchinson had a deep interest in colonial history, collecting a large number of historical documents. He wrote a three volume History of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, whose last volume, published posthumously, covered his own period in office.

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        Architecture Moderne Ou L'Art De Bien Batir Pou Toutes Sortes De Personnes - Tome Premier

      Chez l'Auteur, Paris 1764 - Volume one of two,containing the first four parts of six. xxvi, 554pp. Twenty one engraved plates, most folding. Parts I, De la Construction. II, Des Escaliers. III, Des Devis. IV, Du Toise des Batimens. Contemporary full calf binding with marbled snail pattern end papers. The binding tight, but hinges tender. Cords strong, corners rubbed with small loss of surface to upper board, otherwise very good throughout. Size: 285x220mm [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of Kamtschatka, and the Kurilski Islands

      Glocester: R. Raikes for T. Jefferys, 1764. First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. Quarto, pp. [8], 280, [8], with 7 engraved maps and plates (4 folding). Contemporary calf boards with new, complementary calf spine in six compartments. Some edgewear to boards; minor foxing to endpapers; text and plates exceptionally clean and bright. Bookplate of Sir Joseph Copley on front pastedown. An abridged translation of the Russian edition of 1755, which offered "The first reliable descriptions of Kamchatka, based on the observations of the author and his companions during the Russian expedition to the far north, 1734-43, a part of Bering&#39;s Great Northern Expedition" (Arctic Bib. 9264, 9265). It describes the customs, morals, religion, and languages of the inhabitants of the Kamchatkan peninsula. In addition, the the author had access to the notes made by pioneering German botanist George Steller during his travels to North America with Bering&#39;s expedition, and the second part of the narrative includes much on the natural history of the region. Steller&#39;s observations "are an important part of this work and constitute one of the earliest accounts of Alaska and the Aleutian islands" (Hill 948).

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        A Vindication of Mr. Holwell's Character : from the Aspersions Thrown out in an Anonymous Pamphlet, Published March 6th, 1764, Intitled, "Reflections Upon the Present State of Our East-India Affairs. " by His Friends. .

      London : Printed For T. Becket And P. A. De Hondt 1764 - Physical desc. : 135, [1]p. ; 4°. Subjects; East India Company - History. Bengal (India) - Politics and government - 18th century. Referenced by: English Short Title Catalog, ESTCT50824. Finely bound in modern speckled calf over marble boards. Raised bands with a dark morocco gilt-blocked label. An exceptional copy - scans and additional bibliographic detail on request. 1 Kg. 135 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: MW Books Ltd]
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        Histoire de la Maison de Montmorenci. (Montmorency) 5 volumes.

      A Paris, chez Desaint & Saillant et chez Duchesne 1764 - T1. Contenant la Généalogie de la Maison, & son Histoire depuis l'année 960 jusqu'en 1531. T2. Contenant la Vie du Connétable Anne; & celle de François, Maréchal de France, depuis 1494 jusqu'en 1579. T3. Contenant les Vies de Henri, Connétable de France; celle de Charles Duc d'Amville, grand Amiral de France; & celle de Henri II, Duc de Montmorenci, depuis 1547 jusqu'en 1632. T4. Contenant la Vie de François-Henri de Montmorenci, Maréchal Duc de Luxembourg, depuis 1628 jusqu'en 1679. T5. Contenant la suite de la Vie de François-Henri de Montmorenci, Maréchal Duc de Luxembourg, depuis 1679 jusqu'en 1695. EDITION ORIGINALE. A Paris, chez Desaint & Saillant et chez Duchesne - 1764. La maison de Montmorency comptait parmi les plus anciennes famille de la noblesse française; elle donna à la France six Connétables, douze Maréchaux et Quatre Amiraux. Reliure plein veau marbré de l'époque. Dos à nerfs orné et doré. Tranches rouges. Filet doré sur les coupes. Petites mouillures sur les tomes 4 et 5. Epidermures. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-12°(17x10). 1ère Edition [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: EURL Livres et Collections]
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        L'Arpenteur Forestier, ou Méthode Nouvelle de mesurer, calculer & construire toutes sortes de figures, suivant les principes Géométriques & Trigonométriques, avec un Traité d'Arpentage appliqué à la réformation des Forêts (.)

      Guillyn, Paris 1764 - Petit in-8 (186 x 125 mm), veau moucheté, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre marron, tranches rouges (reliure d'époque). Edition originale, ornée de 7 planches dépliantes. (défauts d'usage, frottements sur le dos et les coupes, petit manque de cuir au bas du dos et haut du premier plat, coins usés, quelques légères rousseurs, pliures sur quelques pages). // Small octavo (186 x 125 mm), sprinkled calf, smooth spine tooled, brown label, red edges (contemporary binding). First edition, illustrated with 7 folding plates. (defects of use, rubbings on spine and turns-in, little lack of leather on bottom of spine and on top of first cover, corners used, some light spots, foldings on some pages).

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      Parigi Duchesnne Panckoucke Prault 1764 16° 2 volumi in un tomo. Pagine: sguardia marmorizzata + 1 carta bianca + occhietto + XII + 144 + occhietto + 155 + 1 carta bianca + sguardia marmorizzata. Ottima legatura coeva in tutta pelle marrone maculata. Titolo e ricchi fregi in oro al dorso a 5 nervi. Roulette in oro ai tagli esterni. Tagli rossi. Doppio filino segnalibro. Splendido esemplare esente da fioriture in una legatura preziosa. Prima edizione. Atabey 90 Barbier II 1306

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        Carte de l'Isle St Thomas l'Une des Vierges.

      Petit Atlas Maritime, Paris, 1764 - Engraved chart showing Fort St Thomas, town and villages. 'Tome I No 78' at top right. Fine condition. 14 x 9" Scarce. One of the few 18th century maps to show the island of St Thomas on its own, rather than as part of the Virgin Islands group

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        MEMOIRES POUR LA VIE DE FRANCOIS PETRARQUE, tirés de ses oeuvres et des auteurs contemporains, avec des Notes ou Dissertations, & les Pieces justificatives. Tome premier, second et troisième. Amsterdam (Avignon), chez Arskée & Mercus, 1764 - 67.

      Tre voll. in 4° (cm. 26,0) 1 c.b. + cc. 2 n.n. + pp.CXIX + 447 (1) + 82; 1 c. b. + cc. 2 n.n. + pp.XXIV + 495 (1) + 82 + 1 c.n.n.; 1 c.b. + cc. 2 n.n. + pp.811. Ben leg. in piena pelle coeva, dorso a sei scomp. con tit. e ricchi fregi in oro. Tagli maculati e sguardie marmorizzate. Tre vignette inc. ai tre frontesp. Testat. final. e capilett. inc. Lievissime tracce d'umido al marg. bianco inf. delle ultime 10 cc. del terzo vol. Piccoli antichi restauri alle leg. altrimenti fresco e ben conservato esemplare a larghi margini. Ex libris nobiliare al piatto ant. interno di ciascun volume. Rara ediz. orig. di questa pietra miliare degli studi petrarcheschi, difficile a trovarsi completa del terzo vol. pubblicato tre anni dopo il primo. Olschki, Choix, n°12553 riporta solo i primi due voll. Ferrazzi G.J. "Bibliografia petrarchesca" Bassano, 1877 pag.564 "... Importantissima per i preziosi documenti di che va corredata ... Zefirino Re lo dice il corifeo della petrarchesca biografia. Le Memoires dell'abate De Sade sono piene di una erudizione così fondamentale intorno alla vita e agli scritti del Petrarca, che da esse veramente muove e s'instaura la critica petrarchesca ... L'opera del De Sade è un commento perpetuo e sagace anche del Canzoniere, per la parte storica in specie." Brunet, vol.III "Il y a des exemplaires de cet ouvrage dont le titre porte : Oeuvres choisies de Pétrarque, parce qu'en effet on trouve dans ces 3 voll. la traduction de beaucoup de morceaux de cet auter (col testo italiano a fronte!). Vedasi anche Graesse, t.IV, pag.479 e Barbier, III, 234. Tra le diverse informazioni erudite segnaliamo (vol. I, pag. 168) che il De Sade, parlando dei rapporti tra il Petrarca e Riccardo Da Bury, afferma che un codice in suo possesso del Philobiblon porta la data 24 gennaio 1343, laddove tutti i codici del Philobiblon forniti di colophon, portano la data 1344.

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        Der braune und aschfarbe Kranich/ Grus fulca Canadensis/ La Grue brune et cendree. Plate 17.

      Nuremberg. 1764 - Copper engraving. Original colour. Size: 18.5 x 23.5 cm. (7½ x 9½ inches). Fine condition.Presented in a handmade frame. Framed Size 34.5 x 44.7 cm A beautiful engraving of a crane from the "Sammlung verschiedener auslandischer un seltener Vogel" based on George Edwards' "Natural History of Uncommon Birds and Gleanings of Natural History" with the plates re-engraved by J.M. Seligmann.

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        Architecture Moderne, ou l'Art de bien bâtir pour toutes sortes de personnes. (2 Volumes)

      Chez L'Auteur, Libraire du Génie & de l'Artillerie, rue Dauphine, à l'Image Notre-Dame., Paris. 1764 - Tome Premier: Frontispice - [xxvi] - 554 pages, 21 planches dépliantes; Tome Second: Frontispice - [viii] - 180 pages, 131 planches, la majorité dépliante. COMPLET. Quelques légères rousseurs éparses, autrement les pages intérieures et les planches sont en très bonne condition. Reliures usées aux bords et coins mais encore très solide. TRÈS RARE. Photos disponibles sur demande. // First Tome: Frontispiece - [xxvi] - 554 pages, 21 folding plates; Second Tome: Frontispiece - [viii] - 180 plates, 131 plates, most folding. COMPLETE. Some light foxing to a few pages, otherwise inside pages and the plates are in very good condition, unmarked. Binding are rubbed at the edges, but still solid. VERY RARE. Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Versuch einer Pragmatischen Geschichte des Durchlauchtigsten Hauses Braunschweig und Lüneburg

      Braunschweig, Waisenhaus 1764. 20 cm. (8), 487, (1) Seiten mit Titelvignette. Festeinband, Leineneinband der Zeit mit Rückenschild, Rückenvergoldung und Deckel-Blindprägung - ADB 16, 380 - Holzm. / Boh. Anonym IV, 9417 - Loewe 503 - Sein Hauptwerk, von seinem Kabinettssekretär Hinze herausgegeben. "... das noch immer seinen Wert behauptet und mit dem für die wissenschaftliche Behandlung der braunschweigischen Geschichte zuerst ein sicherer Grund gelegt worden ist" (ADB). Exemplar aus der Königlichen Ernst August Fideicommiss-Bibliothek mit deren Stempel auf Titelrückseite -

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        The Advantage and Necessity of the Christian Revelation: 2 Volume Set

      London: R & J Dodlsey 1764 - 2 large matching HBs in full brown leather binding with 5 raised bands and gilt title to spines and both with attractive prev owner bookplate of 'Rev M O Clare' on FEP, along with tiny bookseller label of 'H Whitmore, Manchester' in top left corner of FEP. Volume 1 has clipped FFEP, which also has neat prev owner inscriptions dated 1843 & 1859, followed by b/w frontispiece portrait of Leland, Dedication, Preface, Contents, then 492pp. plus index - all present. Volume 2 has Preface, Contents, 475pp. plus index. Both volumes have some wear and old hinge reapairs and Vol. 2 also has very minor wormholes to last few pages. All inside pages clean and tight. (21 x 27cm) **Heavy pair - please contact bookseller direct for revised P&P costs**

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        1764 New York Bill of Sale for 20-year old Caesar

      Dutchess Co., NY 1764 - Manuscript Document Signed by Theodorus VanWyck, Theodorus VanWyck, Jr., and Thomas Langdon [Jr.], March 5, 1764, Dutchess Co., NY, wherein Theodorus and William VanWyck, executors of the Last Will & Testament of Thomas Langdon, Sr., deceased, sell to Joseph Horton "one Negro Boy Named Ceesar [sic] aged Twenty years," for "one Hundred and Twenty pounds Current Money of New York." 1 p. 7 1/4 x 11 7/8 in. Historical BackgroundThomas Langdon, Sr. was a son of Thomas Langdon, who died in Jerusalem, Hempstead, Long Island, in 1734. Thomas married in the Reformed Dutch Church at Fishkill, October, 20, 1734, Peternella/Neeltje (Davidts), daughter of Andries & Cornelia (Van Vliet) Davidts. In March of 1757, he marched as Captain Langdon of militia to Albany when Fort William Henry was attacked. He was a resident of Fishkill and Hopewell, NY. Thomas Langdon, Jr., (1741-1784) who signs this document as a witness, married in 1766, Femmetje/Phebe (Adriance), daughter of Abraham & Aeltje (Brinckerhoff) Adriance. He was a Loyalist during the Revolution.Joseph Horton's 1752 home in Wappinger Falls, NY, known as the "Old Hundred," is on the historic register.Slavery in New York:Systematic use of black slaves in New Netherland began in 1626, when the first cargo of 11 Africans was unloaded by the Dutch West India Company. From the 1630s to the 1650s, the Company was unquestionably the dominant European slave trader in Africa. In 1644 alone, it bought 6,900 captives on the African coast. Most of these went to the company's colonies in the West Indies, but from its stations in Angola, the company imported slaves to New Netherland to clear the forests, lay roads, build houses and public buildings, and grow food. It was company-owned slave labor that laid the foundations of modern New York, built its fortifications, and made agriculture flourish in the colony so that later white immigrants had an incentive to turn from fur trapping to farming.Between 1636 and 1646 the price of able-bodied men in New Netherland rose about 300 percent. By 1660, slaves from Angola were selling for 300 guilders and those from Curaao for about 100 guilders more. By the time the British took over the colony in 1664, slaves sold in New Amsterdam for up to 600 guilders. This was still a discount of roughly 10 percent over what they would have brought in the plantation colonies, but the West India Company had been subsidizing slavery in New Netherland to promote its economic progress. The Hudson Valley, where the land was monopolized in huge patroon estates that discouraged free immigration, especially relied on slaves.The purely economic status of slaves in New Netherland contrasted with the malignant and sometimes bizarre racism of the religious British citizens who followed the Dutch into the north Atlantic colonies. Free blacks in New Netherland were trusted to serve in the militias, and slaves, given arms, helped to defend the settlement during the desperate Indian war of 1641-44. They were even used to put down the Rensselaerswyck revolt of white tenants. Blacks and whites had coequal standing in the colonial courts, and free blacks were allowed to own property. They intermarried freely with whites and in some cases owned white indentured servants.Slaves who had worked diligently for the company for a certain length of time were granted a "half-freedom" that allowed them liberty in exchange for an annual tribute to the company and a promise to work at certain times on company projects such as fortifications or public works. This allowed individual slaveowners to be free of the cost and nuisance of owning slaves year-round that they could only use in certain seasons.The takeover of New Amsterdam by England in 1664, brought a shift in policy: whereas the Dutch had used slavery as part of their colonial policy, the British used the colony as a market for slaves. From 1701 to 1726, officially, some 1,570 slaves were imported from th. (See website for full description)

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        Kongelig Dansk Ord-Bog oplyst med Exempler og Talemaader. 2 Bände (volumes). F?rste Tome: Dansk og Tydsk (tysk). Anden Tome: Tydsk og Dansk.

      Ki?benhavn, Bogtrykker Svare, 1764 - dänisch 5000 Buchrücken (vor allem des 2. Bandes) etwas berieben, Kapitale des 2. Bandes etwas bestoßen, unteres Kapital mit kleiner Fehlstelle, ein Außengelenk des 2. Bandes auf ca. 7 cm geöffnet. Eine Seite des 1. Bandes mit sehr kleiner Läsion. Sonst innen frisch, Seiten sauber und fleckenfrei. Gutes Exemplar dieses frühen, sehr seltenen deutsch-dänischen Wörterbuchs. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). 791, 859 S. Braune Original-Halblederbände auf fünf Bünden mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel; rötlich marmorierter Buchschnnitt. Format: 26 x 21 cm.

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        Traité des accords, et de leur succession, selon le système de la basse-fondamentale ; pour servir de Principes d'Harmonie à ceux qui étudient la composition ou l'accompagnement du clavecin ; avec une méthode d'accompagnement.

      chez Bailleux, Paris 1764 - In-8 de xxxij-192 pp. + 2 tableaux dépl.; demi-basane brune, dos à cinq nerfs (reliure moderne). Edition originale. Rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie les mains dans les poches]
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