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        Unbetitelt (Affenschule). Signierte Originalmalerei (Aquarell und Gouache). Minutiöse Kopie der Affenschule nach A. Teniers. Von einem Frankfurter Emaillemaler.

      Frankfurt a. M., 1767.. Blattformat ca. 19,5 x 25,5 cm. Im Bild von Boy datiert und signiert (1767, Carl Gottfried Boy, delin.). An den beiden oberen Ecken auf Trägerkarton gefalzt, hinter Passepartout. In tadelloser Erhaltung. Amüsante und fein gezeichnete Szenerie in einer Affenschule, auf ein nur unwesentlich größeres Gemälde Abraham Teniers zurückgehend: Die Affenschüler sitzen studierend, lesend und schreibend an langen Bänken, am linken Rand der Lehrer mit Brille und Zuchtstock, einem vor ihm stehenden Affenschüler etwas erklärend. Über ihm - die einzige wesentliche Änderung, die sich Boy im Vergleich zur Vorlage erlaubt hat - ein Eselsbild, das ungehorsamen und faulen Schülern, wenn sie ohnehin zur Strafe in der Ecke stehen mußten, um den Hals gehängt wurde. Auf einer Stange im Hintergrund überblickt eine Eule die Szenerie. - Carl Gottfried Boy war ein Neffe des bekannten königlich-englischen Hofmalers in Hannover, Gottfried Boy (1701-1755), und war als Goldschmied und Emaillemaler in Frankfurt tätig. Die Zeichnung ist bis auf die erwähnte Abänderung eine derart präzise Kopie, daß man davon ausgehen muß, daß Boy Zugang zum Original Teniers gehabt haben muß. Das Orginalgemälde Teniers wurde vor einigen Jahren für einen hohen fünfstelligen Betrag versteigert. - Siehe auch die Abbildung auf der Titelseite dieses Kataloges.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Stefan Wulf]
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        Boere bruiloft, of het huwelijk van Moddeworst, en Griet Beerdberg. Met geschiedkundige aanmerkingen. Met portret (door R.Jelgerhuis naar R.Keyert) en titelvignet door J.Goeree.

      - Knollendam, Ten dienste der bruilofts-gasten, 1767. 8vo. [16],456 pp. Contemporain halfkalfsleren band met ribben en rugtitel (ex libris op binnenzijde voorplat) Johannes Buma (Leeuwarden 1694-1756), een vermogende apothekerszoon, beoefende de schilderkunst en de letteren. (zie NNBW.IV/343-344) "Behalve verscheiden andere werkjes in proza en poëzij 1, is zijne Boeren Bruiloft, of het Huwelyk van Moddeworst en Griet Beerdberg het meest bekend. Dit zal een geestig, boertig stuk heten; doch het is juist die grove geestigheid en plompe boert, waarmede het gemeene volk zich vermaakt. Het schijnt ook dat buma dit stuk niet tot de uitgave bestemd had; men heeft het na zijn' dood, die den 28 Julij 1756 voorviel, in 1767 quasi te Knollendam gedrukt, en daarmede de nagedachtenis van dezen anders niet onverdienstelijken schilder en dichter weinig eer aangedaan." (Witsen Geysbeek p.445-446)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB]
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        Letters of the Right Honourable Lady M--y W---y M----e: Written During Her Travels in Europe, Asia and Africa, to Persons of Distinction, Men of Letters, &c. in Different Parts of Europe. Which Contain, Among Other Curious Relations, Accounts of the Policy and Manners of the Turks; Drawn from Sources That Have Been Inaccessible to Other Travellers [With:] An Additional Volume to the Letters ...

      London: T. Becket and P.A. de Hondt, 1767. First edition. xii, [iv], 165, [1]; [iv], 167, [1]; [iv], 134; 142 pp., with half-titles in vols. I-III. 4 vols. 12mo. Contemporary calf, red morocco spine labels, red sprinkled edges. Binding offsetting on titles, vol. I front free endpaper loose, vol. IV joints cracked. First edition. xii, [iv], 165, [1]; [iv], 167, [1]; [iv], 134; 142 pp., with half-titles in vols. I-III. 4 vols. 12mo. First edition of Lady Mary's account of her travels in the Ottoman Empire while accompanying her husband on his embassy to Constantinople in 1716. These are not the actual letters as sent. They were reconstructed from a journal kept during her voyage and were written upon Lady Mary's return to England. They were not published until the year after her death; the preface, signed "M.A.," is by Mary Astell. The fourth volume of letters is spurious. Atabey 829; Blackmer 1150; Rothschild 1452. Provenance: early ownership inscription on vol. I title

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
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        Title in Arabic:] Kitab 'Aja'ib al-maqdur fi-akhbar Taymur. Ahmedis Arabsiadae. Vitae et Rerum Gestarum Timuri, qui vulgo Tamerlanes Dicitur, Historia. Latine vertit, et adnotationes adjecit Samuel Henricus Manger.

      Leeuwarden: at the shop of H. A. de Chalmot, 1767–72 - 2 volumes in 3, quarto (200 × 150 mm). Contemporary cat's-paw calf, double rules to boards in blind, spines richly gilt in compartments separated by raised bands, red and green morocco labels to second and third respectively, all edges red, marbled endpapers, green satin bookmark to each volume. Raised bands very slightly rubbed, bookplates removed from front pastedowns, pages of vol. I quire G transposed (printing-shop accident); paper flaws not affecting text at vol. I 2S3-4, vol. II 2H3 and 4C3; marginal soiling to vol. II pp. 429-32. An excellent copy, internally crisp and clean, well-preserved in a handsome contemporary binding with the gilt tooling and red edges strikingly bright. Arabic and Latin parallel text. Engraved head- and tailpieces throughout. First edition thus of the most importance source for the life of the great conqueror Timur (1336-1405). Timur was born in Kesh, modern-day Uzbekistan, into the Turco-Mongol Barlas tribal confederation, and built an empire stretching from Anatolia in the west to Kashgar in the east. This edition, prepared by Dutch orientalist and theologian Samuel Hendrik Manger (1735-1791), comprises an annotated and improved edition of the Arabic text (first published in 1636), alongside the first edition in Latin. Manger's parallel text has never been superseded and in the author's own time served as the standard version for scholars across Europe, in particular the majority who did not know Arabic, with Edward Gibbon using it for the chapter on Timur in the Decline. Manger consulted various manuscripts to improve on the 1636 edition, and his text is supplemented with glosses from a range of other historical accounts. The author Ibn 'Arabshah (1392-1450) was deported to Samarkand as a young boy when Timur conquered his home city of Damascus around 1400. In Samarkand he was trained as a court secretary, and studied under the great scholars of Central Asia, learning Persian, Turkish and Mongol. Travelling through the Crimea he stopped at Adrianople, where he entered the service of Ottoman sultan Mehmed. He returned eventually to Damascus, completing his account in 1435. "After a brief preface the work explains the significance of Timur's name and then traces his life and career step by step. The rulers whose kingdoms Timur annexed are discussed in detail and their territories described. The plundering, devastation, and ferocious cruelty which Timur unleashed wherever he met with any resistance are scrupulously depicted. The exiling to Samarkand of the skilled craftsmen, scholars, artists, and so on, whom he encountered on his campaigns is also described Ibn 'Arabshah examines Timur's character, abilities, and conduct towards friend and foe, and offers a relatively objective assessment. Finally he gives a valuable account of the intellectual world of Samarkand with a list of famous scholars, lawyers, shaykhs, interpreters of the Koran, doctors, and artists whom he had seen or of whom he had heard" (Encyclopaedia Iranica). Considered "one of the highlights of late-Classical Arabic literature" (Miller, p. 257), Ibn 'Arabshah's account is also of great historical importance for its frank description of elements of Timur's reign otherwise known only through court hagiographies: "Timur is represented as a cruel and profligate tyrant, but towards the end his great qualities are appreciated. The book contains valuable descriptions of [Timur's court at] Samarkand and its learned world" (Encyclopaedia of Islam). It has also been demonstrated that Christopher Marlowe, in writing Tamburlaine, "selected many incidents and details from his probable Western sources that most likely have their bases in Ibn 'Arabshah" (Miller, p. 258). Fairly well-held institutionally, but of great rarity in commerce, with no appearances in auction records. Schnurrer 166; Howard Miller, "Tamburlaine: The Migration and Translation of Marlowe's Arabic Sources," in Travel and Translation in the Early Modern Period, ed. Car

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        CATALOGUE | HEBDOMADAIRE. | OU | LISTE ALPHABÉTIQUE | Des Livres, tant nationaux qu'étrangers; des Arrêts du | Con eil & des Parlemens, Déclarations & Edits du | Roi, Extraits du Con eil & des Regi tres des Parle- | mens, Lettres - Patentes du Roi, Ordonnances, Sentences, &c. Cartes Géographiques, Mu ique & E tam- | pes, qui ont mis en vente chaque emaine, avec l'indi- | cation des Auteurs, du nombre & du format des volu- | mes, & les adre es des Libraires & autres qui les vendent. || [Rule] | ANNÉE 1767.

      Paris: Chez Despilly, Libraire, rue Saint Jacques, a la Croix d'Or, 1767. FIRST EDITION. 8vo. 221 x 149 x 27 mm. Four-leaf title gathering, unsigned; 52 four-leaf fascicles, unsigned; 21-page index, unopened, signed C4. Housed in a custom clamshell box. Interior: Title soiled, worn at head margin, fasc. 17 with tear affecting one word ("Catalogue"), paper flaw with loss to tail fore-corner of C1 of index, not near text, scattered minor tears and soiling. An extraordinary copy preserved in Original Unbound Fascicles (uniquely so?) The "Catalogue Hebdomadaire" began humbly as a two-page, two-column sheet issued on Saturdays in 1763, which included only domestic books, then increased to four pages in 1764, and included foreign books (sold in Paris) as well. At the conclusion of each year a title page with half-title and detailed index were printed and sent to the subscriber1 so that they might bind them up with their 52 fascicles into a work of reference. [Nota bene: Subscriptions were available from the publisher at 6 livres 12 francs per annum]. The ambitions of the title page—that every book, act of Parlement, letter of patent, ordinance, map, sheet of music, print, etc., along with the price, format, print run, and addresses of vendors will be made known in the catalogue—were not often met, but the Catalogue Hebdomadaire is still an extraordinary bibliographic record of the tumultuous book trade in mid-to-late 18th-century France. Complete sets are rare; unbound and uncut sets with the index and title, as here, vanishingly so. REFERENCES: Delalain P. "Les ancêtres de la Bibliographie de la France," La Bibliographie de la France, No 46, 1911, pp. 223-228. Estivals R. La Statistique bibliographique de la France sous la monarchie au XVIIIe siècle, Paris: Imprimerie nationale, 1965, pp. 171-174. Sgard, Jean, Dictionnaire des Journaux, 1600-1789, Paris: Universitas et Voltaire Foundation, 1991, No 0199.

      [Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC]
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        A Comparative History of the Increase and Decrease of Mankind in England, and Several Countries Abroad,. To which is Added, a Syllabus of the General States of Health, Air, Seasons, and Food for the Last Three Hundred Years; and also a Meteorological Discourse

      London: Printed for W. Nicoll. and C. Etherington 1767 - First edition. 4to. viii, iv, 213, (1) pp. Uncut in recent brown half calf over marbled boards. A folding table. The title page with losses affecting the text in some places and laid down, occasional marginal stains, otherwise generally very good.

      [Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB)]
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        Armorial des Etats de Languedoc.

      Paris, Vincent, 1767. ____ Première édition. Elle est illustrée par 120 blasons gravés par Nicolas Chalmandrier. "Gastelier avait pris, le 17 février 1761, un privilège pour l'impression en 3 vol. in-4 d'un "Nobiliaire historique du Languedoc". L'Armorial des Etats est un extrait du premier volume de cet ouvrage qui ne parut pas". Saffroy II, 26494. Ex-libris armorié. Coiffe supérieure élimée. Bel exemplaire, frais. *-------*. In-4. [255 x 185 mm] Collation : 248, (2) pp. Veau marbré, dos orné, filets d'encadrement sur les plats, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.).

      [Bookseller: Hugues de Latude]
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        Ricerche fisiche soprta il veleno della vipera.

      Stamp. J. Giusti, 1767. In-4° antico, cm. 23x15,5, legatura in cartonato alla rustica marezzato, pp. XIV-(1)-170. Rare tracce del tempo, ottimo esemplare in barbe. (Fu grande innovatore e scopritore sulla espulsione del veleno in contrasto del le teorie del Redi e analista del veleno stesso e i vari effetti).

      [Bookseller: Daris S.R.L.]
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        Peri tou en te Odysseia ton Nymphon antrou. De antro Nympharum. Graece cum Latina L. Holstenii versione. Graeca ad fidem editionum restituit, versionem C. Gesneri, & animadversiones suas adjecit R. M. van Goens. Præmissa est Dissertatio Homerica ad Porphyrium. Angebunden: Peri apoches empsichon biblia tessara De abstinentia ab esu animalium libri quatuor. Cum notis . Petri Victorii et Ioan. Valentini, et interpretatione Latina Ioan. Bern. Feliciani. Editionem curavit.

      Utrecht, Paddenburg 1765 + 1767 - XXXIV, XXVI, 1 Bl., 122 S., 4 Bll. + 17 Bll., 398 SS., 7 Bll., 26 x 22 cm, teilweise griechisch, marmorierter Pappeinband leicht berieben und bestoßen, im ersten Teil drei Bll. mit kl. Staucheinriss am oberen Rand, ein Blatt im 2. Teil mit Ausriss im unteren Rand, Bibliotheksstempel auf Titelseite, Vorblatt mit Besitzvermerk. Kritische Ausgabe der Interpretation des Neuplatonikers Porphyrios über die Nymphengrotte in der Odyssee und seine ethische und asketische Begründung des Vegetarismus. Sprache: lat [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Köln]
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        Traité D'Horlogerie contenant tout ce qui est nécessaire pour bien connoître et pour régler les pendules et les montres.

      Samson, Paris 1767 - French binding in full mottled calf with contemporary paste downs and end papers. Small BHI stamp on title page and book plate on front paste down. A little foxing to half-title and title page. Small loss to lower corner of rear end paper. Wear to corners of volume with some leather loss. Joints cracking but boards still holding well. 17 folding plates at rear, some with multiple folds and browning along some of the edge but generally in very good condition. Plate iii and xvi have been re-inserted upside down. Text block very clean and bright. Pp. [4], xxxviii, 308, [22 (tables)], xxiii - xxxv (index), [1], 10, 4, 17 plates, [1]. More photos availbale on request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Cochin, París 1767 - Materia: Grabado antiguo del siglo XVIII. Vista del puerto de La Rochelle. Francia. Vernet. Publicación:París,C.N. Cochin et J.P.h. Le Bas socü Sculpserunt, 1767. Técnica:Grabado calcográfico. Blanco y negro. Reverso: sin texto. Descripción visual:Como todas las pinturas de Vernet el muelle en primer plano con gran actividad en la que se pueden ver numerosos trabajadores portuarios y alguna embarcación.Gravé d apres le tableau original appartenant au Roy et faisant partie de la collection des Ports de France, ordonnée par M. Marquis de Marigny Conseiller du Roy en ses conseils commandeur de ses ordres, Directeur et Ordoñateur général de ses Bâtimens, Jardins, Arts, Academies et Manufactures Royales. Peint par J. Vernet de l Academie Royale de peinture et sculpture. Medidas:53,5 cm x 75 cm. (plancha) 63,5 cm x 86 cm. (exterior) Notas:El rey Luis XV de Francia admitió a Vernet en 1746 como pintor de marinas. Sus obras se caracterizan por su carácter poético del que este grabado es un magnífico ejemplo. Conservación:Regular estado, manchas y desperfectos principalmente en márgenes ytrasera. Doblez en el centro. PSS1

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        Histoire de KAMTSCHATKA, des Iles KURILSKI, et des contrées voisines, publiée à Pétersbourg, en langue rusienne, par ordre de sa majesté Impériale. Traduite par M. E ***.

      Duplain 1767 - 2 vol. in-12 de 4 XV 327 pp. et 4 359 pp., plein veau fauve marbré de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison, tranches rouges. Première édition française dans la traduction de Marc-Antoine Eidous (Sabin 38303). Ouvrage illustré de deux grandes cartes dépliantes du Kamtchatka et des Îles Kurilski. "Mandaté par l'Académie de St Petersbourg, Petrovich Krasheninnikoff (1713-1755) prit part à la seconde expédition scientifique menée en Sibérie sous la direction de Gmelin. Il fut le seul membre de l'équipe à atteindre le Kamtchatka où il vécut quatre années et fut ainsi le premier voyageur à décrire cette région ainsi que les moeurs curieuses de ses habitants" (Hoefer). Bel exemplaire. "The first French edition, translated by Marc Antoine Eidous from the English of James Grieve, of the Russian Krasheneninnikov's important account of Kamchatka, Alaska and the Aleutian Islands, which was based upon his own travels and those of George Wilhelm Stellar" (Bonhams); "Krasheninnikov journeyed through Siberia (1733-36) and the Kamchatka Peninsula (1737-41) before giving the first full description of the latter. Krasheninnikov volcano (6089 feet) is named after him" (Sotheby's); Cox I, p.351; Howgego K37; Lada-Mocarski 12; Sabin38303. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Dimitri KRONIS]
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        Schauplatz der Künste und Handwerke. Oder die vollständige Beschreibung derselben, verfertiget oder gebilliget von den Herren der Academie der Wissenschaften zu Paris. In das Teutsche übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von Daniel Gottfried Schreber. Abhandlung von den Fischereyen und Geschichte der Fische, oder deren Thiere, die im Wasser leben. . Zwölfter Band. Zweeter Abschnitt (Bd. 12 Teil 2 von 21 Bde.).

      4. 438 S. und im Anhang 50 mehrfach ausklappbare Kupfertafeln, Ganzpergament d. Zeit, mit goldgepr. Rückentitel und Bibliothekssignet der "Academie.1767.Artillerie" a. Frontdeckel, m. Lesebändchen, Eine Ecke min gestaucht. Auf Vorsatz eingeklebte "Bibliotheksordnung" der Zeit und einige Marginalien von alter Hand. Stempel auf Titelblatt ("Bibliothek des K.S. Artillerie-Corps"), Kupfertafeln tadell. Erste deutsche Ausgabe der von der Pariser Akademie der Wissenschaften nach dem Vorbild der Encyclopedie veranstalteten Reihe Descriptions des arts et metiers die von Duhamel du Monceau u.a. herausgegeben wurde.Schreber, Daniel Gottfried (1708-1777), Prof. f. Oekonomie und Polizey u. Cameralwissenschaft(Verwaltungswissenschaft) in Leipzig, war auch an Naturwissenschaften und deren konkrete Anwendung interessiert. Unter anderem Kontakt zu Carl v. Linné (ADB-/NDB 524).

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        Dom Jozé ... Rey de Portugal ... Faço saber ... que em Recurso do Procurador da minha coroa me foram per elle reprezentados ... nao só os abuzos, com que a Sociedade chamada de Jezus de mais de dous seculos a esta parte se tem servido para os seus carnaes, e perniciozos fins ... Mando por este Edicte Geral e Carta de Ley ... o seguiente: nenhum vassallo meu ... poderá pedir ou receber Carta de Confraternidade ... do Geral da Companhia chamada de Jezus..

      [Lisboa]: n.p., 1767. Removed from a larger volume. Near fine, inked pagination numerals to upper margin.. [11], [1] pp. Portugal continued its attack on the Jesuits now that they were also banned by the French, in 1765, and the Spanish Empire, just months earlier than this document. It prohibits the instruction, retention, and use of Letters of Confraternity and other relations with the Jesuits detailed in fourteen prohibitions. "Dom Joze' por graça de Deos Rey de Portugal, e dos Algarves, dáquem, e dalém Mar, em Africa, Senhor de Guiné, e da Conquista, Navegaçaõ, e Commercio da Ethiopia, Arabia, Persia, e da India, &c. Faço saber aos que esta Ley virem que em Recurso, do Procurador da Minha Coroa interpoz na Sua Real Presença, sobre o critico estado destes Reinos depois da expulsaõ dos Jesuitas das Monarquias, de França, e de Hespanha; e da explicaçaõ da Bulla = Animarum falutti = datada de dez de Setembro de mil setecentos sessenta e seis: Prohibe nos seus Reinos, e Dominios, a intrucçaõ, retençaõ, e uso das Cartas de Comfraternidade com os ditos Jesuitas; as Profisões, e Associações com Elles feitas; e a retençaõ, ou uso da sobredita Bulla: Mandando sahir para fóra dos mesmos seus Reinos, e Dominios, todos os Individuos da Companhia chamada Jesus, que haviaõ ficado ainda tolerados, e conservados pelo beneficio da Ley de tres de Setembro de mil setecentos sincoenta e nove, e das Ordens a ella posteriores: Tudo na fórma, e debaixo das penas assima declaradas." Signed and dated "en Palacio de Nossa Senhora da Ajuda, em 28 de Agosto 1767."/ Final registration at the Chancellaria, Lisboa 24 de setembo de 1767. OCLC and European databases located one copy each of two different versions: Univ. Valencia (OCLC: 920335664) and another at BN Espana (OCLC: 740377920).

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        Mr William Shakespeare His Comedies, Histories and Tragedies.

      - London - J and R Tonson, 1767 Book. Good. Hardcover. First edition.. The complete theatrical works of William Shakespeare. First thus, first edition of this edition edited by Edward Capell. Undated, dated using Copac, ESTC and the date to the preface of the first volume. Comprising of the following:Volume I: The Tempest, The Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Merry Wives of Windsor. Volume II: Measure for Measure, The Comedy of Errors, Much ado about Nothing, Love Labour's Lost. Volume III: A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Merchant of Venice, As You Like It and The Taming of the Shrew. Volume IV: All's Well that Ends Well, Twelfth Night, The Winter's Tale and Macbeth Volume V: King John, Richard II, Henry IV Part I, Henry IV, Part II. Volume VI: Henry V, Henry VI Part I, Henry VI Part II,Henry VI Part IIIVolume VII:Richard III, Henry VIII, CoriolanusVolume VIII: Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra, Timon of Athens and Titus Andronicus. Volume IX: Troilus and Cressida, Cymbeline, KingLearVolume X:Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet,and OthelloWith an engraved portrait vignette at the end of the introduction of Shakespeare to volume I. Capell's edition appearedaround a similar time to Samuel Johnson'seight volume edition which relied upon the previousWarburton edition. Edward Capell was appalled by the undisciplined emendations of Hamner and Warburton's editions andthisset took him over twenty years. He spent timecollecting and collating scarce quarto and folio editions. He is the first editor of Shekespeare to explore Shakespeare's use of Holinshed's Chronicles and Sir Tomas North's Parallel Lives. William Shakespeare was the world's pre-eminent dramatist. He is widely regarded to be the greatest writer in the English language and his plays and poems are still widely read and performed today worldwide. Collated, this ten volume set is lacking the title page to volume X and is otherwise complete. A very scarce publication of Shakespeare's works, edited by a careful and thorough critic. Condition: In full calf bindings. Externally, rubbed to the spines and extremities. Further rubbing to the extremities. Front hinge and joint to volume I are weak and may detach with further handling. Rear hinge and joint to volume I aretender with cords showing. Front joint to volume VI is starting but firm with the hinge strained but firm. Loss to the spine of volume VI at the top spine label. Crack to the rear joint of volume VI resulting in the hinge becoming strained. Front hinge and joint to volume VII arestrained but firm. Front hinge to volume VIII is strained but firm. Rear joint to volume VIII has some loss at the head and is starting but firm. Rear hinge isstrained but firm. Front hinge to volume IX is strained but firm. Front joint to volume X is starting but firm with the hinge tender. Rear joint to volume X is starting but firm with the hinge strainedbut firm. Small losses to the head and tail of spines to volumes I, II, III, VI, VII and X. Loss to the head of front joint to volume V. Volume X is lacking most of spine labels. Volume X is lacking title page and endpapers. Internally, all volumes are firmly bound. Pages are generally bright. Heavy spotting to Henry VI Part III to volume VI. Otherwise, all volumes have occasional scattered spots. Overall: GOOD..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        Ricerche fisiche soprta il veleno della vipera.

      Stamp. J. Giusti., Lucca. 1767 - In-4° antico, cm. 23x15,5, legatura in cartonato alla rustica marezzato, pp. XIV-(1)-170. Rare tracce del tempo, ottimo esemplare in barbe. (Fu grande innovatore e scopritore sulla espulsione del veleno in contrasto del le teorie del Redi e analista del veleno stesso e i vari effetti).

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        A New History of the Holy Bible from the Beginning of the World to the Establishment of Christianity. (Four Volumes)

      Alex. Donaldson, John Wood, & James Meuros, Edinburgh 1767 - Complete in four volumes covering the entirety of the Old Testament. Indexed at the end of Volume IV. Five folding maps/views, a couple of which show edge wear and small tears. Contemporary polished calf bindings, with raised spine bands, gilt stamped decoration, and red and black spine labels. Covers show a little edge wear and a couple of cracked joints, but remain tight, very clean, and attractive. All spine labels are present and with clear lettering. Frontispiece in volume I and a couple of the blank end leaves are missing. Book plate on front paste down of each volume. Size: 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Copper engraving with modern outline colour colour (Very Good, hardly noticeable age-toned with strong engraving impression and wide blank margins, with modern colour but tastefully executed; just a small area of restoration without loss in upper centre blank margin), 63 x 49 cm (24.8 x 19.3 inches). - London, 1767. Extremely Rare – the second state of the William Herbert’s chart of the Malacca-Singapore navigation, the first broadly accurate British sea chart of Asia’s busiest shipping lane, marking a milestone in the revival of hydrography sponsored by the East India Company, and a key chart used during the ascendency of British economic and political power in Southeast Asia and the Far East. William Herbert’s chart of the Malacca-Singapore navigation is perhaps the rarest of all the seminal sea charts focussing on Asia’s busiest shipping lane, and tends to be missing from even the finest map collections of the region. Importantly, it is a key work in the revival of hydrography sponsored by the British East India Company (EIC), being the first British printed chart to feature a broadly accurate and practically useful depiction of the passage through the Singapore Strait. The chart is a manifestation of Britain’s recent large-scale commercial expansion into Southeast Asia and the Far East, and features fresh details supplied by the crews of named British ships. The chart, present here in the first state (of 3), initially appeared within the third edition of Herbert’s The New Directory of the East Indies (1767), an incredibly rare atlas of Asian & African navigation that was sponsored by the EIC. The chart is extremely rare on the market; the last sales record we can trace dates from 1991. The fact that Herbert’s chart is not better known today is due to its rarity and the patchy modern scholarship on the maritime mapping of Southeast Asia. In reality, Herbert’s charts were critical tools used to affect the rise of Britain’s power in Southeast Asia and the Far East during the second half of the 18th Century. The present chart was particularly important, given the paramount role that the Malacca and Singapore straits played in British commercial and political interests. The chart, while not predicated on systematic trigonometric surveys, and which features notable errors, was nevertheless a great improvement upon its predecessors, being sufficiently accurate and detailed to provide critical assistance to practical navigation. It embraces the southern part of the Malay Peninsula (labelled here as ‘Part of the Peninsula of Malayo’), as far north as Malacca, in the west (which is marked in the far upper left); and the key anchorage site of ‘Po. Timon’ (Tioman Island), off of the east coast. It then extends southward to embrace the southern part of the Malacca Strait and the all of the Straits of Singapore, through the Riau Archipelago, down so far as to include all of ‘Banca’ (Banka) and the east-central portion of Sumatra, including the city of ‘Palimbam’ (Palembang). SEE OUR WEB PAGE FOR A LONGER DESCRIPTION

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        Theorie des Loix Civiles, Ou Principes Fondamentaux de la Societe..

      1767. An Ideal Form of Government Linguet, Simon Nicolas Henri [1736-1794]. Theorie des Lois Civiles, Ou, Principes Fondamentaux de la Societe. a "A Londres" (i.e. Paris): S.n., 1767. Two volumes [iv], 496; [iv], 528 pp. 12mo. (6-1/2" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary mottled calf, red and green lettering pieces and gilt ornaments to spine, edges rouged, marbled endpapers, ribbon markers. Light rubbing and a few tiny scuffs to boards, somewhat heavier rubbing to spine and extremities, corners bumped. Light toning to text, slightly heavier in places, light foxing to a few leaves in each volume, tiny inkspot to title page of Volume II. An attractive set. $850. * From the same year as the first edition with corrections. Linguet was a conservative lawyer and journalist who was executed during the Reign of Terror. Theorie des Lois Civiles, perhaps the author's most important work, went through several editions and issues, the last in 1787. It outlines an ideal form of government and proposes reforms in taxation, customs and the law. It also defends absolutism and attacks the politics of Montesquieu. Volume I contains extensive discussion of divorce and the position of women in society. Catalogue of the Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature 10377.

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        Abhandlungen von Schuß- Hieb- und Stichwunden nebst einem Anhange von der Einrichtung eines Feldhospitals und dem Verzeichniss alles dessen, was dazu erfordert wird. Aus der französichen Handschrift des Verfassers übersetzt. Mit sieben Kupfertafeln. Hugo Ravatons : Ober-Wundarztes der Königl. Armeen und des Hofspitals zu Landau, Oberauffsehers der Hofspitäler von Bretagne ; Coresspondenten der Königl. Akademie der Wundärzte, Ritters von St. Roch, und besoldeten königlichen Wundarztes.

      Straßburg ; bey Johann Gottfried Bauer, 1767. 642 S., 7 Kupfertafeln, Kl.-8°, Pappband mit rotem Rückenschild und privatem Bibliotheksschildchen, Gründer Schnitt berieben, Ecken leicht bestoßen, Überzugspapier an den Kanten stellenweise angeplatzt, Buchblock frisch und sauber erhalten. Versand D: 5,50 EUR Waffen, Kriegsverletzung.

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U.

      Belleville, 15. X. 1767. - 1 S. 4to. An eine namentlich nicht genannte Madame in Theaterangelegenheiten und mit Erwähnung des Abbé Voisenon, der zugleich mit Justine Duronceray, Favarts berühmter Gattin (1727-72), an vielen Stücken mitarbeitete: "[.] il vous recommande de ne point faire imprimer son nom a la tete du recueil mettez par M [ ]". - Charles-Simon Favart war der Komponist von rund 150 Singspielen, die seinerzeit so populär waren, daß die Komische Oper in Paris den Beiname "Salle Favart" verpaßt bekam. - Etwas knittrig und mit kleinen Randläsuren.

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        A Comparative History of the Increase and Decrease of Mankind in England, and Several Countries Abroad... To which is Added, a Syllabus of the General States of Health, Air, Seasons, and Food for the Last Three Hundred Years; and also a Meteorological Discourse

      London: Printed for W. Nicoll and C. Etherington, 1767. First edition. 4to. viii, iv, 213, (1) pp. Uncut in recent brown half calf over marbled boards. A folding table. Title page with losses affecting the text in some places and laid down, occasional marginal stains, otherwise generally very good.

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        Armenian Girk' Patmut'ean srboy ew meci k'alak'is Astoucoy Erusalemis ew srboc' tnorinakanac' teleac' tearn meroy Yisusi K'ristoci

      Fourth edition. Armenian text. Title within woodcut architectural border, woodcut illustration to p.10, woodcut headpiece and margin decoration to p.11, woodcut tailpiece to last page of prelims.; copiously decorated with woodcut initials and woodcut decoration to borders throughout. 4to. Contemporary black blindstamped goatskin, professionally repaired. Numerous ms. notations in Armenian. pp. 392, [4]. With 4pp. prelims. bound in at end. Constantinople, Yovhannes Astuacaturi,

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        A General History of Scotland, from the earliest accounts to the present time. 10 vols.

      Printed for the Author, by A. Hamilton. 1767-68 6 engr. frontispieces (one folding), one large folding engr. map, one folding plate, 74 engr. portraits. 8vo. Some old, quite heavy waterstaining to upper margins Vol. VII, otherwise a fine set bound in full contemporary pale calf, with double gilt ruled borders. Spines in six compartments, large gilt floral devices, handsome red gilt morocco labels. Shelf label of Easton Neston Library in each volume.ESTC T146458. Vols. 1-5 are dated 1767; vols. 6-10 1768. Originally issued in weekly parts, a prospectus for the work was published on 24 January 1767.Vol. 1. frontispiece, + 55 portraits; 2. frontispiece plate, large folding map, 5 portraits; 3. 3 portraits; 4. 2 portraits; 5. frontispiece + 1 portrait; 6. frontispiece + 1 portrait; 7. frontispiece + 1 portrait; 8. folding frontispiece; 9. 1 portrait; 10 folding plate + 5 portraits.

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        A general history of Scotland, from the earliest accounts to the present time.

      London: Printed for the author, by A. Hamilton , 1767 - 1768. - FIRST EDITION. 10 vols., 8vo, allegorical engr. frontis. to vol. 1 representing the Union, followed by an engraved portrait of the author, engr. fldg. map as frontis. to vol. 2, engr. frontis. to vols. 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, engr. plates, mainly portraits, but with a couple of engravings of seals and a couple folding (one of the abbey of Holyrood House and the other a facsimile of a document), the latter document not mentioned in the list of plates at the end of vol. 10, nor is the portrait of the author in vol. 1 listed, all the plates that are listed are present, full cont. calf, red leather title labels, a couple of signatures at the start of vol. 7 browned, minor chips at the top of the spines of vols. 1 & 9, small piece chipped from the bottom of the front joint of vols. 1 & 5, a couple of minor scrapes to the sides, mark on the front cover of vol. 9, rear joint of vol. 10 cracking and bottom of spine chipped, but sound, overall an acceptable set of a scarce work, with the bookplate of Sir William Forbes of Pitsligo in each vol., but the front free e.p. in vol. 10 has been pasted over it. [ESTC T146458; ECSB 94] [A set requiring extra postage] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Theory of Moral Sentiments.

      London: printed for A. Millar, A. Kincaid and J. Bell; and sold by T. Cadell,, 1767. To which is added A Dissertation on the Origin of Languages. The Third Edition. Octavo (211 x 124 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, neatly rebacked preserving the original spine, red morocco label with double rule border in gilt, compartments double ruled in gilt, raised bands, sprinkled red edges. With the final blank leaf. Neat 20th-century ownership stamp of Swiss librarian Jean-Christophe Curtet, Geneva, to title leaf verso. Extremities lightly bumped and corners gently bruised, front hinge cracked but firm, endpapers browned from turn-ins, front free endpaper a little loose at gutter, occasional foxing and offsetting to contents, overall a very good copy. Third edition, the first edition to include the "Dissertation on the Origin of Languages", one of 750 copies. It contains "some minor revisions, especially to passages involving comment on religion" (Tribe), which Smith made upon his return from France in 1766. The "Dissertation" had been previously published in The Philological Miscellany (1761). Having been described as "Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow" on the title pages of the first and second editions, Smith wrote to Strahan ahead of the publication of this edition to ask him to "call me simply Adam Smith without any addition either before or behind" (letter 100, Mossner & Ross, p. 122). While his academic title was removed, he was still credited as "LL.D.", and this remained on the title page of the subsequent editions, thus cementing his reputation as "Dr Smith".

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        Theorie des Loix Civiles, Ou Principes Fondamentaux de la Societe.

      1767 - An Ideal Form of Government Linguet, Simon Nicolas Henri [1736-1794]. Theorie des Lois Civiles, Ou, Principes Fondamentaux de la Societe. a "A Londres" (i.e. Paris): S.n., 1767. Two volumes [iv], 496; [iv], 528 pp. 12mo. (6-1/2" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary mottled calf, red and green lettering pieces and gilt ornaments to spine, edges rouged, marbled endpapers, ribbon markers. Light rubbing and a few tiny scuffs to boards, somewhat heavier rubbing to spine and extremities, corners bumped. Light toning to text, slightly heavier in places, light foxing to a few leaves in each volume, tiny inkspot to title page of Volume II. An attractive set. $850. * From the same year as the first edition with corrections. Linguet was a conservative lawyer and journalist who was executed during the Reign of Terror. Theorie des Lois Civiles, perhaps the author's most important work, went through several editions and issues, the last in 1787. It outlines an ideal form of government and proposes reforms in taxation, customs and the law. It also defends absolutism and attacks the politics of Montesquieu. Volume I contains extensive discussion of divorce and the position of women in society. Catalogue of the Goldsmiths' Library of Economic Literature 10377. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Saggio sulla natura del commercio in generale. Autore Inglese.

      Venice: Carlo Palese,, 1767. Duodecimo (161 x 94 mm). Uncut in contemporary carta rustica, manuscript paper spine label. Printer's device on title. Head of spine and top edge of lower board skilfully restored, spine label a little chipped; pale damp-mark to gutter of lower margin, final 20 leaves with small stain to upper margin; occasional light spotting, 2 small wormholes to first 2 leaves: a very good copy, entirely uncut. First edition in Italian of Cantillon's Essai sur la nature du commerce en général, first published in French in 1755. This translation, attributed to F. Scottoni who signs the dedication, is extremely scarce, OCLC locating only the British Library copy. Richard Cantillon (c.1680–1734) was an Irish-born banker and economist, forced to emigrate to continental Europe by the Williamite confiscations. He honed his financial skills working for the British army's paymaster-general during the latter stages of the War of the Spanish Succession. He next proved his understanding of the market by making fortunes speculating against John Law's Mississippi Company and by purchasing put options (the right to sell at a predetermined price) during the height of the South Sea Bubble. His successful speculations reinforced his view that the monetary system must be based on intrinsically valuable metals. The Essai is notable for its model building, its analysis of market forces and the role of the entrepreneur, its outline of the circular flow of income, and its monetary theory. The Essai had a significant influence in developing Quesnay's circular flow of income and on Adam Smith's theory of resource allocation in the Wealth of Nations (1776). In distinguishing between market price and intrinsic value and showing how resources moved into those sectors where the market price was above intrinsic value, and away from those sectors where market price was below intrinsic value, Cantillon influenced Adam Smith's famous distinction between market price and natural price. Cantillon also pre-empted later studies of human population, with a brief but almost complete anticipation of the principles of Malthus.

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        Messiah. An Oratorio in Score as it was Originally Perform'd. Composed by Mr. Handel, to which are Added his Additional Alterations, Randall & Abell, successors to the late Mr. J. Walsh. Printed By Messrs. Randall & Abell, Successors to the Late Mr. J. Walsh in Catharine Street in the Strand-of Whom May be Had the Compleat Scores of Samson, Alexander's Feast, and Acis & Galatea.

      London Randell & Abell Circa 1767 - First edition, early printing of the instrumental and vocal score, engraved portrait frontispiece by J. Houbraken, engraved title, list of subscribers, index, 188 pages engraved throughout, plus 35 Appendix pages, very occasional, light marginal finger-soiling, mostly to preliminary pages, else very good, quarter calf over contemporary marbled boards, rebacked with gilt morocco lettering piece, later endpapers, all edges untrimmed, mild rubbing to extremities and bumping to corners (restored), otherwise a handsome, clean, early copy. While visiting Dublin in 1742, Handel was hungry to capitalise on his eager audience following on the success of two series of concerts he gave there, so he arranged the first performance of Messiah on April 13th. The premiere of Messiah was a triumph. The alto soloist, Susanna Cibber, was an actress who had attracted scandal in the past but legend has it that her emotional performance of 'He was despised' moved Dr Patrick Delany – the husband of one of Handel's most ardent champions - to exclaim 'Woman, for this, be all your sins forgiven'. The Dublin Journal's review proclaimed that 'the best Judges allowed it to be the most finished piece of Musick. Words are wanting to express the exquisite Delight it afforded to the admiring crouded Audience. The Sublime, the Grand, and the Tender, adapted to the most elevated, majestick and moving Words, conspired to transport and charm the ravished Heart and Ear.' ESTC T189237. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Satirae tres. Altenburg, Richter, 1767.

      1767. (16), 160 SS.Mit gest. Titelvignette (J. A. Philippin geb. Sysangin sc.). Marmorierter Pappband der Zeit. Kl.-8vo. Erste Ausgabe der Erstveröffentlichung des aus Nürnberg gebürtigen Erfurter Philologieprofessor J. F. Herel (1745-1800). - Papierbedingt leicht gebräunt; Einband etwas berieben. Am vorderen Innendeckel illustr. Exlibris (Monogramm "OJ") mit dem Motto "Inter Folia Fructus". Goedeke IV/1, 48, 1. Schulte-Strathaus 243, 13 (Anm.).

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        Essais sur le commerce; le luxe; l'argent; l'intérêt de l'argent; les impots; le crédit public, et la balance du commerce.

      Paris & Lyon: Saillant & Aimé Delaroche,, 1767. Traduction nouvelle, avec des Réflexions du Traducteur. Et lettre d'un négociant de Londres, a un de ses amis … Traduite sur la seconde édition, imprimée à Londres en 1765. Octavo (166 x 103 mm). Contemporary mottled calf, red morocco label to spine, compartments ruled in gilt with floral motifs, raised bands, boards ruled in blind, marbled endpapers and edges. Engraved head- and tailpieces. Annotations to front free endpaper verso and rear free endpaper recto. Extremities lightly rubbed, corners bruised, contents tanned with a few ink marks, otherwise an excellent copy. Third edition in French of Hume's Political Discourses, translating the seven essays on economics which first appeared in English in 1752. Together they rank as one of the major economic writings of the eighteenth century. Hume's specific contributions to economic thought include the so-called "specie-flow mechanism" and the "theory of creeping inflation". O'Brien describes Hume's two essays "Of Money" and "Of the Balance of Trade" as forming "nothing less than the foundation of classical monetary economics" (The Classical Economists, p. 7ff). Although the translation has generally been attributed to Mademoiselle de la Chaux, Laurence Bongie has argued that it cannot be so conclusively credited.

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        The English Works.

      London: Printed for T. Davies and J. Dodsley,, [1767]. With notes and observations, and the author's life. By James Bennet. Quarto (283 x 217 mm). Contemporary mottled calf (sometime skilfully repaired at front joint, head of spine and head of lower joint), richly gilt spine with pomegranate device and scrolling floriate motifs, red morocco twin labels, single line gilt border on sides, gilt roll tool turn-ins, yellow edges, marbled endpapers. Attractive rococo head-piece to dedication (with arms of Earl of Shaftesbury), engraved by F. Garden. A little wear to corners, minor paper flaw at fore-edge of title page. A very good copy. First collected and first Johnson edition, second issue: "this issue is distinguished by the new half-title and undated title, and by the absence of the single leaf of 'Additional Subscribers'; in all other respects it comprises the sheets from the first issue of 1761" (Fleeman). With the 4-page list of subscribers, to whom the book was originally issued in January 1762. The dedication "To Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of Shaftesbury," and the "Life of Roger Ascham" were written by Samuel Johnson. "Tom Davis stated that Johnson was 'in reality' the editor, and that he (Johnson) gave the work to Bennet for his advantage" (Courtney). Bennet was a "distressed schoolmaster" of a boarding school at Hoddesdon in Hertfordshire. Roger Ascham (1514/15-1568) was appointed tutor to Princess Elizabeth in 1548, Latin Secretary to Queen Mary in 1553 and private tutor to Queen Elizabeth in 1558. This collected edition gathers together three works: Toxophilus (1545), The Scholemaster (1570) and the Report of the Affairs of Germany (1552); the "Letters to Queen Elizabeth and others" are described as "now first published from the Manuscripts". This would appear to be the first printing of Toxophilus outside of the editions of the 16th century. A very attractive period binding with an intriguing and enigmatic provenance: the lower spine label carries a small gilt supralibros (which appears to be, in heraldic terms: on a bend three roundels), this has been carefully obliterated by a gilt reticulated pattern. With the Fasque bookplate of the Gladstone family: Fasque was "the Scottish house in the Mearns, in Kincardineshire, bought by [William Ewart Gladstone's] father, where he spent many parliamentary recesses until his father's death in 1851" (ODNB).

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        Portrait of Jacobus Scheltema

      Half length portrait of Jacobus Scheltema (1767-1835) in an oval, after painting by Willem Bartel van der Kooi. Signed: 'W.B. van der Kooi pinx. 1816 / J.E. Marcus sculp. 1818. Engraving and etching on laid paper with broad margins; plate mark: 228 x 148 mm; total: 298 x 210 mm; state I/2, before lettering below the portrait; some dirt due to handling along the margins; in outstanding condition. In our collection we have more copies of this portrait, one also in lithographic technique

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        Picturae Etruscorum in vasculis nunc primum in unum collectae, explicationibus, et dissertaionibus inlustrate .

      J. Zempel Rome -1775 1767 - First edition. 3 volumes, folio (45.5 x 29.8 cm), 3 half-titles, 3 engraved frontispieces, titles printed in red and black with engraved vignette, engraved initials, head and tailpieces, woodcut illustrations, engraved dedication leaf in volumes 2 and 3, 301 engraved plates (some double-page), 3 woodcut plates in volume 3, contemporary half pink vellum with patterned paper boards, spines gilt in compartments, uncut, some light foxing and browning, side lightly rubbed, a very good example. Passeri (1694-1780) was a respected antiquarian who primarily focused on Etruscan civilisation. This work was one of many published in the eighteenth century which saw the Etruscans as pioneers, artists and inventors whose achievements were overshadowed by the Romans. Passeri also contributes in this work to contemporary discussion on the Etruscan and Oscan languages. The three volumes illustrate vases from important collections all over Italy. Many of these vases were housed in the Galleria Clementina of the Vatican Library. Many of the vases illustrated in this work have been lost, making this publication a valuable record. A pupil of Domenichino, Passeri is first recorded as a practising artist in 1634, when he was working, together with Giovanni Angelo Canini (1617–c.1666), at the Villa Aldobrandini, Frascati. In 1638 he was admitted to the Accademia di S Luca (succeeding Domenichino as President in 1663), and in 1641 he became a member of the Virtuosi del Pantheon. In 1661 he executed frescoes in the Palazzo Pamphili, Rome, and in September 1665 he was paid by the Costaguti family for an altarpiece of the Crucifixion for their church at Roccalvecce, near Viterbo. Blackmer 1265; Cicognara 2615. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Traité des fiefs, tant pour le pays coutumier que pour les pays de droit écrit, suivi du traité ou dissertations sur plusieurs matières féodales tant pour le pays coutumier., suivi des Observations sur le Droit des patrons et des seigneurs de Paroisse aux honneurs dans l'église et sur la qualité de seigneur fine addito, c-a-d., seigneur purement et simplement de tel village.

      - A Paris, chez Samson, 1767 (t.1), 1768 chez la veuve Savoye (t.2), 1770, chez Knapen (t.3 et 4), et chez Saugrain (t. 5, 6 et 7). Ensemble complet des 7 volumes homogènes, reliure plein veau de l'époque (26 x 19,5 cm), titre doré sur pièces de titre rouge et marine,fleurons dorés, tranches rouges.-Titre, table des chapitres [5]ff., XIXpp,[3]ff, 608 pages (t.1) ; Titre, table des chapitres [6]ff.,751 pages (t.2); Titre, table des chapitres [3]ff.,598 pages (t.3) ; Titre, table des chapitres [6]ff.,543 pages (t.4) ; Faux-titre,Titre, XVIpp. table des chapitres [2]ff. ; Faux-titre,Titre, table des chapitres [2]ff., 1021 pages (t. 5 et 6) ; Faux-titre,Titre, Préface XXXVIpp., 474 pages, Approbation (2)ff. (t. 7)Traces d'usure habituelles (frottements bord des plats, effacement partiel des dorures), petit manque à l'amorce du mors supérieur du t.5., volumes solides anciennement restaurés, bon ensemble homogène et agréable du XVIIIe siècle, intérieur frais.8700g.C. -

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        Historik, Oeconomisk och Geographisk Beskifning öfver CHRISTIANSTADS LÄN uti Hertigdömt Skåne framgiven af Joh. Lor. Gillberg Commifiona Landtmätare

      Inbunden bok. C.G. Berling LUND. 1 uppl. 1767. Inbunden. Mycket gott skick. UNIKT OBJEKT! Egentligen bör detta objekt bo i ett forskningsbibliotek eller en dylik inrättning. En skånsk artefakt är det i allra högsta grad som sannolikt kommer att överleva oss alla nu levande människor. Mycket pengar kan tyckas men det är ändå inga extrema summor egentligen. Vad kostar inte en ny bil? Om tio år är den bilen inte värd mycket. Om tio år har denna bok inte tappat en krona i värde, tvärtom har den ökat i värde. Livet är fullt av val.

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        [COOK] Berättelse om de nya uptäckter, sombilifwit gjorde i söderhafwet

      åren 1767, 1768, 1769 och 1770, författad, enligt sednaste underrättelser, af Hr. de Freville ; med en bifogad charta af Hr. Vaugondy. Öfversatt ifrån Fransyska. Upsala : Johan Edman, 1776. Octavo, contemporary half calf over marbled papered boards (rubbed), spine with raised bands and contrasting title label with gilt stamped lettering, two volumes in one, [28], 308[3]; 326 [6] pp, 1 folding map engraved by Borgqvist after Vaugondy at rear, title ornaments, head pieces, contents clean and crisp. Du Rietz, Bibl. Polynesia 471; Du Rietz, Cook 1. The first Swedish edition of Cook's first voyage, atranslation of Fréville's 1774 compilation of Hawkesworth, Histoire des nouvelles découvertes faites dans la mer du sud... . Copies are recorded in two Australian collections (National Library of Australia; State Library of New South Wales).

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        Autograph letter signed.

      Biberach, 23. IX. 1767. - 4to. 1 page. Amicable letter to Salomon Gessner in Zurich, whom he had sent the manuscript of his famous verse work "Musarion". - Lost since its first print in 1815 (cf. Ludwig Wieland (editor), Auswahl denkwürdiger Briefe von C. M. Wieland. Vienna, 1815, p. 71).

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        Instruction donnée par Catherine II imperatrice et à la Commission établie par cette Souveraine, pour travailler à la rédaction d'un nouveau Code de Loix, telle qu'elle a été imprimée en Russe & en Allemand, dans l'imprimerie Impériale de Moscou. Traduit en Francois.

      Nouvelle édition augmentée. XIV, 204 pp. (mal chiffre 160). Mit gestochener Titelvignette und gest. Porträt von Katharina II. Avec une vignette gravée sur le titre et un buste légendé de Catherine en frontispiece gravé par Boily. With a copperplate engraving portrait of Catherine II and engraved title vignette. Neuer marmorierter Pappband im Stil der Zeit. New cardboard binding. Le Blanc 4124 Barbier II, 932. Rare french edition discussing the articles, published by an anonymous writer. Catherina wrote the text in 1767, referring to Montesquieu and Beccaria. Different chapters: About noblemen, the juridical system, towns, art, commerce... Altogether 525 articles. 501. La corruption de chaque gouvernement commence presque toujours par celle de principes.

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        Een schoone historie, van de vier Heems-kinderen.

      Amsterdam, wed. H. vander Putte, 1767. Simple paper covers. Woodcut illustrated title page. More woodcut illustrations throughout the text. Title page damaged in the margins and restored. One page missing (13-14) and added in photocopy. Apart from that a good copy throughout. Rare Dutch edition of a Franconian medieval saga. Other Dutch editions in 1707, 1718, 1767, 1788 and 1795.B2293.

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        Recherches sur le tissu muqueux, ou l'organe cellulaire, et sur quelques maladies de la potrine. On y joint une Dissertation du même Auteur, sur l'usage des Eau de Baréges, dans les Ecrouelles.

      Paris , Chez Pierre Franc. Didot et Jeune, 1767, 8, (6), X, (2), 227, (1) pp., feiner Ledereinband der Zeit Rücken erneuert. First Edition!Considered one of the most important works in the history of cell theory, Bordeu "described connective tissue - under the name mucous tissue - showing its role in exchanges, the phenomena of nutrition, and the mechanical equilibrium of organs and tissues".Théophile de Bordeu (1722-1776) was one of the more important French physicians of the 18th century, "the founder of the Vitalistic School of Montpellier", "founder of modern hydrotherapy", "Father of Endocrinology" he first conceived the idea of internal secretion by his hypothesis that every organ, tissue, and cell discharges into the blood products which influence other parts of the body."The son and grandson of Bérnese physicians, Bordeu studied medicine in Montpellier, where he received his medical degree on 10 November 1743. He returned to Montpellier for further study in 1745 and in 1746 went to Paris, where he devoted his time particularly to the clinical examination of patients at La Charité hospital. He returned to Béarn, to Pau, in the posts of intendant and superintendent of the mineral waters of Aquitaine, drawing attention to their therapeutic value through a newspaper that he founded. His reputation led to his appointment as a corresponding member of the Royal Academy of Sciences of Paris in 1847.In 1752 Bordeu went again to Paris, with the intention of practicing medicine, but he had to observe the regulation that only graduates of the Paris Faculty of Medicine could practice in the Capital. He renewed his studies and was again graduated M.D. on 7 October 1754. At this time he became an attending physician at La Charité. Very soon he attracted a large practice, which aroused jealousy. As the result of a conspiracy organized by Michel-Philippe Bouvart, his name was removed from the list of Paris physicians in 1761, an act that had the effect of preventing him from practicing. Bordeu defended himself vigorously and was reinstated in 1764. His success with patients continued, and he cared for many important persons, among them Madame Du Barry.The part that Bordeu played in the history of thermalism has caused him to be considered the founder of modern hydrotherapy. It was through him that the baths of the Pyrenees became known throughout the south of France and even in Paris. His 'Journal de Barèges' and his 'Recherches sur les maladies chroniques' (1775) are among his most important contributions to this field.Bordeu also studied anatomy. In 1747 he published 'Recherches anatomiques sur les articulations des os de la face', which won him membership in the Academy of Sciences. He had already written a treatise on the formation of chyle, 'Chylificationis historia' (1742), that foreshadowed his important work on the glands, 'Recherches anatomiques sur les differentes positions des glandes et sur leur action' (1752). In the latter he announced the double innervation (trophic and functional) of glands and Organs, thus proving the existence of secretory nerves. He offered in evidence a local increase in the circulation when a gland is in action and, while emphasizing the influence of the imagination, showed that excretion is due to the gland itself and not the surrounding muscles. This shows the importance of Bordeu as a precursor in the Science that in the twentieth Century came to be distinguished as endocrinology. Finally, he demonstrated that secretion is the active elaboration of a new product separate from the constituents of the blood. Bordeu completed this sequence with his famous 'Recherches sur le tissu muqueux' (1767), in which he described connective tissue-under the name of mucous tissue-showing its role in exchanges, the phenomena of nutrition, and the mechanical equilibrium of Organs and tissues.Semeiology also interested Bordeu. His 'Recherches sur les crises' appeared in Didcrot's Encyclopédie, as did his 'Recherches sur le pouls par rapport aux crises'. Both mark him as a clinician of the first Order who knew how to obtain a large number of diagnostic and prognostic facts from an examination. Since Bordeu, physicians take the pulse by applying the tips of the four fingers to the hollow of the radius.Bordeu played a great role in the history of medical theories. His thesis at Montpellier, 'De sensu generice considerato' ("On the Senses, Considered Generically," 1742), suggested the direction in which he was heading. His other works demonstrated that he considered each organ as having its own life and believed that life was the sum of all these "little fives" of the organs. Coordination among them was due to the mucous tissues. The organs and glands were set in motion by an irritation termed "sensibility." These ideas opened the way for vitalism, a doctrine of which the school of Montpellier became the champion." Louis Dulieu, DSB II, pp.301-302Garrison, Hist. 263/64 (with portrait). Wellcome II, 204. Not in Waller, Osler, etc. See also Garrison-M. 1117.

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        L'indicateur fidele ou Guide des voyageurs qui enseigne toutes les routes royales e particulieres de France. Paris, 1765.

      "Bound in original sheepsleather covers. Good copy. Travel atlas for France. Contents: Almanach pour 1767; engraved title; dedication to Cassini de Thury (dated 1764); map of France; map of Paris (dated 1764) (Feuille I.); and 17 route maps of France (Feuilles II-XVIII), hand coloured in outline; prospectus du guide des voyageurs (8 pages text); catalogue alphabetique du supplement (10 pages text); Opitre sur les voyages par abbe de Lille, d.d. Paris 1765 (28 pages poem). B0787".

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        REYERS, VAN DER HEYDE, VERSTEEGEN, VAN GALEN, LAGERWEY Familiepapieren Reyers: transportacten, boedelinventarissen, correspondentie, gelegenheidsgedichten, lijkrede, papieren betr. de studie theologie in Utrecht, portret, paspoort, etc.

      "Oudste generatie: Zeger Reyers, gehuwd te Kleef in 1767 met Reinera A. van der Heyde.Tweede generatie: Jan Reyers, geb. Arnhem 1776, gehuwd met Petronella H. Versteegen. Jan Reyers woonde in 1805 te Deyl, in 1812 en 1818 te Rumpt, was in 1816 ontvanger der belastingen te Voorst en overleed 17-2-1827 te Deventer in de Korte Assenstraat. De weduwe kocht in 1830 het landgoed Reyers Heyde te Papendal bij Arnhem, van de erven Hendrik Herm. Reyers (wed. Cornelia van Beest) en Anna J.G. Reyers (wed. Jacobus van Eyl).Derde generatie: Ds. Hendrik Cornelis Hermanus Reyers, geb. 1814, gehuwd in 1840 met Dingena S. van Galen. Van hem zijn papieren betr. zijn studie in Utrecht met handtekeningen van zijn hoogleraren, zijn silhouet-portret, brieven van zijn zusters Petronella en Koosje (1833, o.a. over de preek van ds. Verwijs), van zijn zwager L. van Galen uit Bergeijk (1854), een lijkrede op zijn jong gestorven broer Anth. Reyers (overl. Alkmaar 1864), een paspoort (1838), brieven uit 1850-1852 van zijn moeder uit Deventer (o.a. met verhaal over verloving van Mina Alberts van Zandpoort met zoon van Jan Verwers: “heeft 14 heren blauwtjes laten lopen. Erg rijk: half miljoen” en “dochter van Grafstee ook geengageerd met een docent van ‘t gymnasium Vethake: dat meisje wordt geschat op f 50.000”).Latere generaties: Zeger Jan Reyers, ambtenaar in den Haag in 1934; kolonel D.G. Reyers wiens vrouw Aletta E. van Elsbroek in 1861 te Nijmegen overleed; vers op de geboorte van het eerste kleinkind van wed. Reyers-Verstegen (Deventer 1834); Ds. L.J. Reyers, gehuwd met W.E. Lagerwey (ca. 1920); div. papieren Lagerwey (20e eeuw); H.C.H. Reyers te Veur (ca. 1930), etc.".M5077

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        The Universal English Short-Hand; or, the Way of Writing English in the most easy, concise, regular, and beautiful manner, applicable to any other language, but particularly adjusted to our own.


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