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        Eröffnete Akademie der Kaufleute, oder vollständiges Kaufmanns-Lexicon, woraus sämmtliche Handlungen und Gewerbe, mit allen ihren Vortheilen, und der Art, sie zu treiben, erlernet werden können. 5 Bände. - Dazu: Grundriß eines vollständigen Kaufmanns-Systems, nebst den Anfangsgründen der Handlungswissenschaft, und angehängter kurzen Geschichte der Handlung zu Wasser und zu Lande. - Zusammen 6 Bände.

      Leipzig (Breitkopf) 1767-1768. - Einheitlich gebunden. Gr.-8°.Halbleder d. Zt. mit RFileten u. farbigen RSchildern (etwas gebräunt u. stockfleckig, die attraktiven Einbände gering berieben u. bestoßen) * Zweite und letzte, vom Autor überarbeitete und vermehrte Ausgabe des ersten deutschsprachigen Lexikons der Wirtschaftswissenschaften, zu dem als Anhang der "Grundriss eines vollständigen Kaufmanns-Systems" erschien. Auf wissenschaftlicher Grundlage erarbeitet enthält es die beste Materialsammlung seiner Zeit. Ludovici, eigentlich Ludewig (1707-1778) war ein deutscher Philosoph, Lexikograf und Wirtschaftswissenschaftler. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Monumenta Boica. Volumen Octavum. Edidit Acad. Scientiar. Maximilianea.

      München, Akademische Buchhandlung, 1767. - 4°, circa 22,5 x 18,5 cm. Titel mit gestochener Vignette, 2 Bll., 602 SS., 12 Bll., 7 gefaltete Kupfertafeln, davon 3 Ansichten Broschur d. Zt Band 8 der Reihe mit hier 3 schönen grossen Ansichten von Diessen am Ammersee, Schäftlarn und Raitenbuch. Die vier weiteren Kupfer Zeigen, Wappen, Siegel und Inschriften. Der Band ist gegleidert in: 1. Monumenta Raitenbuchensia. 2. Monumenta Diessensia. 3. Monumenta Bernriedensia. 4. Monumenta Schefftlariensia. 5. Monumenta Andeccensia. Die aufgefürhten Dokumente teils latein und teils deutsch. - Papierbedingt gebräunt, etwas stockig, teils schwache Wasserränder, sonst gut erhalten, unbeschnitten. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Elementary Principles of the Belles-Lettres. With Reflections on Public Exhibitions. Translated from the French by the late Mr. Sloper Foreman.

      Glasgow: Printed for Robert Urie 1767 - minor soiling, pp. vi, 224, [2], 12mo, contemporary calf, joints cracked, good. First Glasgow edition (first English edition, London, Newberry, 1766, Roscoe A165). Of the translator, we know little: this is the only book which has his name on the title-page. He was a partner with Benjamin Collins and John Newberry in the Public Ledger. Formey's Concise History of Philosophy, translated by Goldsmith, was another Newberry publication in the same year, followed by a Urie edition. Scarce: ESTC records 5 copies in the UK (3 in Scotland, 2 in England) and 3 in North America, McMasters, Trinity College, and Winnipeg. (ESTC T126075)

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        The Spirit of the Bankrupt Laws; Wherein are Principally Considered...

      1767. Important Eighteenth-Century Treatise on English Bankruptcy Law Green, Edward. The Spirit of the Bankrupt Laws. Wherein are Principally Considered, The Power and Authority of the Commissioners, In, 1. Declaring the Party Bankrupt. 2. Seizing His Estate, And Summoning Him to Surrender. 3. Receiving Proof of the Debts of His Creditors. 4. Appointing, Chusing, and Removing Assignees. 5. Conveying and Selling his Estate and Effects. 6. Examining and Committing Him, His Wife, and Others. 7. Certifying His Conformity. 8. Dividing the Estate. 9. Ordering Him His Allowance, And Overplus. These are Fully Discussed and Explained, Particularly the Power of the Commissioners to Commit, From the Determinations of Lords Hardwicke, Mansfield, And of the Present Judges. With Precedents and Instructions. To Which is Prefix'd, A Discourse Concerning the Appointment, Qualifications, Fees, Authority, Duty, Indemnity, &c. of Commissioners of Bankrupts. London: Printed for J. Williams, 1767. viii, xii, [10], 434, [14] pp. Includes four-page publisher catalogue. 12mo. (6-3/4" x 4"). Contemporary calf, blind frames to boards, blind fillets along joints, raised bands and lettering piece to spine. Some rubbing to extremities, a few shallow scuffs to boards, small chip to head of spine, corners bumped, front board beginning to separate (but still quite secure), rear hinge cracked. Light toning to text, darker in places, spotting to a few leaves, internally clean. Ex-library. Stamps to boards, edges and free endpapers, brief annotation to front free endpaper, perforated stamp to title page and following leaf. A solid copy. $750. * First edition. "The book is clearly written and well arranged. It states the effect of the modern cases and statutes; but it is not a mere digest. It explains underlying principles, and gives a good account of the way in which the commissioners in practice conducted their business" (Holdsworth). The first edition was published in 1767, the final edition (the fourth) in 1780. All are scarce. OCLC locates -2 copies of the first edition in North America, 1 in a law library (University of Pennsylvania). Holdsworth, A History of English Law XII:388. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:542 (22).

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        APPARATUS BIBLICUS SIVE MANUDUCTIO AD SACRAM SCRIPTURAM,

      - Apparatus biblicus, sive manuductio ad sacram scripturam, tum clarius, tum facilius intelligendam.- Venetiis. Apud Laurentium Basilium, MDCCLXVII 1767; en 8º holandesa, 16 h. 670 pp. 1 h. 11 láminas grabadas al acero plegadas, mapas, simbología Judaica, planos de Jerusalem y de su templo, retratos de Sumo Sacerdote y Lego con el vestuario y elementos judíos. Ejemplar falto de una lámina.

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        [MANUSCRIPT MAP OF PENOBSCOT BAY, ENTITLED The Several Courses up Penobscott River from Pequoit or the Rivers Mouth taken by Skillful Hands..., ACCOMPANIED BY THREE MANUSCRIPT DOCUMENTS RELATING TO THE LANDS DEPICTED ON THE MAP]

      Newport, R.I., 1767. Map with small separations along horizontal fold, and at center cross-fold. Minor edgewear. Near fine. The half- page document being only the beginning portion of a longer letter, otherwise the manuscripts in near fine condition. Archivally matted. An attractive 18th-century manuscript map of Penobscot Bay, Maine, heavily annotated by William Ellery, a signer of the Declaration of Independence from Rhode Island, who made claims to some of the lands depicted on the map. The map was drawn by British Rear-Admiral Jahleel Brenton, who commanded the HMS Queen during the Revolution, and whose family lost much of its property as a result of the Revolution. The map is skillfully rendered, as would be expected of a British naval officer, and is done on a scale of about three miles to the inch. It is done in ink, with coastlines accentuated in wash. The map depicts the coastline from the Damariscotta River in the southwest to the Penobscot River in the northeast, and shows and names the many islands of the Bay, as well as many inlets, harbors, rivers, ponds, etc. The location of a fort and settlements have also been added. This information was all added by William Ellery (1727- 1820), a signer of the Declaration of Independence from Rhode Island. Ellery explains in a manuscript note in the lower right corner of the map (dated at Newport, Rhode Island in 1767): "This map of Leverett's Patent &c was copied from a copy, by Jahleel Brenton Esq., one of the Proprietors; and presented by his son Samuel Brenton to William Ellery who wrote the References, Names of Places, &c. William Ellery." In the upper left corner of the sheet Ellery has added a long manuscript note explaining the survey and the boundaries of Leverett's Patent, as dpeicted on the map. This map and the accompanying manuscript documents were found among William Ellery's papers, and were part of Ellery and his brother Benjamin's attempts to claim lands in Maine that they believed belonged to their family. "Leverett's Patent," also known as the Muscongus Patent, was issued in 1629 to Thomas Leverett and John Beauchamp. It granted land and trading rights for a thirty-six square mile area along the Penobscot Bay in present-day Maine, between the Muscongus River and Penobscot River. According to the documents present here, Leverett inherited the full patent upon Beauchamp's death, and at his own death divided the grant among his ten children, who then divided the land again amongst the next generation. Around 1720 Gen. Samuel Waldo of Boston acquired a large portion of the patent, and began recruiting immigrants from Germany to settle the area. The letter fragment present here (dated March 28, 1768 and addressed to Benjamin and William Ellery) asserts that the Ellerys have an "undoubted right to a half share" of the Muscongus lands, as a result of a purchase made by their grandfather. The unidentified author of the letter goes on to describe the Waldo heirs as "exceeding difficult to deal with." Also present are two manuscripts, one being a 1787 copy of the original 1629 grant of the Muscongus Patent from the Council of Plymouth, the other being a manuscript deed of sale signed by James Green for a portion of the original patent. A handsome colonial era manuscript map of the coast of Maine, drawn by a British Rear-Admiral and used by a signer of the Declaration of Independence to defend his family's claims to the land. Significant manuscript maps of this early date are virtually unknown in the market.

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        Dierkundige beschouwingen, eeniger soorten van zeldzame dieren, door nauwkeurige beschryvingen, afbeeldingen en verhandelingen opgeheldert; vertaald, met aanmerkingen verrykt en thans op nieuw in 't licht gebragt.Rotterdam, J.J. Meyneken, [ca. 1793]. 6 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With 10 engraved hand-coloured plates (1 folding). Gold-tooled half calf.

      Landwehr, Coloured Plates 154; Nissen, ZBI 3072; STCN (3 copies); Wood, p. 511. Rare edition of a Dutch translation of Pallas's Specilegia Zoologica (1767-1770). Divided into six parts, it includes descriptions of several species of antelopes, bats, Polychaeta ("zeerupsen"), an opossum, and the tufted puffin (Fratercula cirrhata, "gekuifde papegaaiduiker").It was translated into Dutch by Pieter Boddaert and first published in Utrecht in 1767-1770 as Dierkundig Mengelwerk. The present edition is a reissue with a new title-page. Binding rubbed, front hinge cracked, head of spine damaged, otherwise in good condition.

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        Systema Naturae, per regna tria naturae, secundum classes, ordines, genera, species cum characteribus, differentiis, synonymis, locis.

      - Editio decima tertia, ad Editionem duodecimam reformatam Holmiensem. Vindobonae, I. Thomae nob. de Trattnern, 1767-1770. 3 volumes (bound in 4). 8vo (200 x 120mm). pp. 1- 532; (2), 533-1327, (1), (36, index); 736, (16, index), 142, (2, index); 236, (20, index), with 3 folded engraved plates of minerals. Contemporary calf, gilt lettered and ornamented spines (a bit rubbed and some joints splitting but firm). This 'thirteenth' edition is a page-for-page reprint of the rare twelfth edition published in 1766-1768. The last part of the second volume (i.e. 144 pages) contains the 'Mantissa Plantarvm. Genervm editionis VI. et Speciervm editionis II', which is often lacking. The 12th edition is the last edition revised by Linnaeus himself and was for years, untill the beginning of the last century, the generally accepted starting point of zoological nomenclature.Provenance: Armorial bookplate of Lavington.Hulth 9 & 25; Soulsby 116 & 311b. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Abbildung auslaendischer Materialien.

      - Berlin 1767. Folio (373 x 243mm). Decorative watercolor title, manuscript text within a garland of flowers and insects, and 86 watercolors of plants, manuscript index leaf at end. Preserved in a modern half cloth clamshell box. A beautiful original manuscript of foreign, mostly exotic, useful and medicinal plants. The fine watercolors are heightened with gouache and are numbered 1-53a, 53b-85, and inscribed with their Latin names. At the lower margin the Linnaean nomenclature is given with reference to his 'Genera Plantarum'. The index leaf lists a plate 86 Euphorbia which is not present in the collection.The manuscript portrays many spices and pharmaceutical plants such as: Jamaican pepper, cashew, cacao, camphor tree, caper, cardamom, cloves, quinine bark, China root, Arabian coffee, bitter cucumber, Indian saffron, date palm, Indian fig (the tree is considered sacred in India as it often shelters a little temple underneath), dwarf gensing, tree-of-life, indigo, nutmeg, opium, Indian pepper, black pepper, St. John's bread, Indian date, vanilla plant, poison nut, many originating from India.Andreas Friedrich Happe (1733-1802) was a well-known artist, engraver, naturalist as well as pharmacist. He was born in Aschersleben and died in Berlin in 1802. He published a number of books on pharmaceutical botany of which the most important is his 'Botanica pharmaceutica.' Berlin 1785 (-1806). He was also the artist for the plates of the first two volumes of Martini & Chemnitz 'Neues systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet'. However he is better known for his botanical artwork. The Oak Spring Garden Library has a four volume 'Herbarium pictum', an impressive collection of 403 watercolors. The Hunt Botanical Library possesses a manuscript by him 'Flora Happiana', with 471 watercolors.We sold a manuscript of Happe in 1997 'Insecten-Belustigung. Worinnen eine Sammlung sowohl Ausländischer als Einheimischer Tag-Vögel, Abend- und Nacht-Vögel enthalten nach dem Leben gezeichnet von Andr. Frid. Happe. Berlin 1769-1784', with a fine frontispiece (title within a garland of flowers), and 133 original watercolors. In 2008 a large collection of original watercolors by Happe 'Conspectus Praecipuarum Plantarum.' Berlin 1790-1794, with 1146 original watercolors was offered by the Parisian bookseller Thomas-Scheler.The Latin captions have some ink bleeding. Three plates with marginal repair. A unique and interesting collection.An Oak Spring Herbaria 39; Hunt 659. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The History of Astronomy, with its application to Geography, History and Chronology; occasionally exemplified by the Globes

      J. Lister for J. Newbery, London 1767 - Costard, George (1710-82). The history of astronomy, with its application to geography, history, and chronology; occasionally exemplified by the globes. 4to. viii, [2, errata], ix-xvi, 308pp. Engraved plate (printed on both sides); woodcut text diagrams. Cancel slips pasted over diagrams on pp. 222 and 223. London: James Lister for J. Newbery, 1767. 260 x 207 mm. Calf ca. 1767, rebacked, light rubbing. Occasional foxing but very good. First Edition. Costard, the vicar of Twickenham, appears to have been the first English historian of astronomy, publishing books on the subject in 1746 and 1748 (A Letter to Martin Folkes, Esq., President of the Royal Society, Concerning the Rise and Progress of Astronomy Amongst the Ancients and A Further Account of the Rise and Progress of Astronomy Amongst the Ancients, in Three Letters to Martin Folkes . . .), as well as the present work. Costard’s knowledge of Hebrew, Arabic, Latin, Greek and other ancient languages gave him "unparalleled access to the astronomical literature of classical and early modern eras" (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography). He concluded that the ancient Greeks were the true founders of astronomy, having applied geometry to the study of the stars; the Egyptians and Babylonians, by contrast, were mere observers. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Memoires de mademoiselle de Valcourt EDITION ORIGINALE

      AAmsterdam& se trouve|a Paris: Chez Lacombe, 1767. Fine. Chez Lacombe, AAmsterdam& se trouve a Paris 1767, In-12 (9,5x15,5cm), iv ; 291pp. (1) et (2) 311pp., 2 tomes en 2 volumes reliés. - Original, unusual Edition. Binding half blue glazed calf night circa 1830. Smooth spine decorated with a romantic iron long nets series ,; castors. Gilt title. Pale foxing, mainly on the first pages. Lovely copy. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, rare. Reliure en demi veau glacé bleu nuit circa 1830. Dos lisse orné d'un fer en long romantique, de séries de filets,; roulettes. Titre doré. Pâles rousseurs, principalement sur les premiers feuillets. Charmant exemplaire. Excellent petit roman à tendance psychologique. Autobiographie d'une toute jeune fille jetée dans un couvent après la mort de son père, spoliée de ses bien par son frère à la mort de sa mère ; il s'en dégage une sorte de douceur mélancolique. Oeuvre de Madame Thiroux d'Arconville, une figure féminine importante dans les lettres et les sciences au XVIIIe, cette dernière, fuyant le monde à la suite d'une petite vérole qui la marqua sévèrement se jeta dans l'étude de la chimie et l'écriture, et fut en relation avec Voltaire, Lavoisier, et de nombreuses personnalités éminentes du XVIIIe.

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        DE RE MILITARI LIBRI QUINQUE cum selectis notis Godeschalci Stewechii, et Petri Scriverii, nec non ad Codicum Manuscriptorum fidem notis perpetuis criticis emendati, addita versione gallica, cura M Nicolai Schwebelii

      Norimbergae, apud Gabrielem Nicolaum Raspe, 1767.. 1767, Latin text followed by French translation, edited by Nicolai Schwebelii. 4to, approximately 255 x 195 mm, 10 x 7¾ inches, in 2 parts with separate register and pagination, the second part, with its own title page, containing the French translation (by C. G. Bourdon de Sigrais). Engraved frontispiece to Latin book, engraved vignette to each title page, engraved pictorial headpiece to each of the 5 Latin books, 2 folding plates, pages: (28), 176, (12) - indexes and errata; xviii, 90, at the end of the preliminary pages before the first page of the Latin text is an unsigned leaf with the Elenchus or contents of the five books which is sometimes found erroneously at the end of the Latin book, obviously an afterthought missing from some copies. Otherwise our copy collates exactly to a copy in ICCU. A digitised copy on the European Cultural Heritage Online site has the Elenchus bound in the middle of the index despite a leaf printed in German directing the binder to place it before page 1. Bound in modern quarter morocco over marbled sides, all edges red, new marbled endpapers. Occasional light foxing, second title page age-browned, some pale age-browning and light foxing throughout, small pale damp stain to a few upper margins, name of Dr Georg Wolfgang Augustin Fikenscher with date of 1797 on title page, in old ink, a German academic from Bayreuth, binding tight and firm. A very good copy. Vegetius a Roman writer about whom very little is known wrote his classic work originally called Epitoma Rei Militaris in the fifth century. The material, on military matters, is chiefly borrowed from earlier authorities and Vegetius is the only extant source for much that his work contains. It was first published in Utrecht in 1475 and was frequently reprinted and translated into modern languages. The work is divided into 5 books: 1. On the levying and training of recruits; 2. On the legion, its organisation, rank of officers and men, and their arms; 3. On tactics, the last chapter of this book consisting of thirty-two maxims of war; 4. On fortification and the attack and defence of places; on machines of war; 5. On the navy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The Attorney's Compleat Pocket-Book. Containing Above Four Hundred.

      1767 - A Well-Regarded Dictionary of Legal Precedents [Great Britain]. By an Attorney at Law, Author of the Practice Epitomized. The Attorney's Compleat Pocket-Book. Containing Above Four Hundred of Such Choice and Approved Precedents, In Law, Equity, And Conveyancing, As an Attorney May Have Occasion For, When Absent from His Office; Digested Under the Following Heads; Acknowledgements, Acquittances, Affidavits, Agreements, Appointments, Assignments, Awards, Bail-Pieces, Bargains and Sales, Bills, Bonds, Covenants, Defeasances, Distress for Rent, Exchanges, Fines, Gifts, Grants, Leases, Lease and Release, Letters of Attorney, Letters of Licence and Composition, Livery of Seisin and Attornments, Memorials, Mortgages, Notices, Partition, Petitions, Promissory Notes, Protections, Recoveries, Releases, Revocations, Separation, Settlements, Tickets, Uses, Warrants, Wills. Calculated for the Use of Practisers in General, But More Particularly for the Assistance of Country Attornies and Their Clerks: Also Necessary for Gentlemen, Landlords, Stewards, Tenants, &c. To Which are Now Added the Proper Stamps to the Various Kinds of Precedents, And Other Useful Additions. [London]: Printed by His Majesty's Law Printers, 1767. Two volumes. [iv], 342, [30]; [iv], 297, [11] pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Contemporary calf, blind rules and fillets to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, Volume I carefully rebacked retaining spine. Light rubbing to extremities, a few minor scuffs to boards, corners bumped, hinges partially cracked. Light toning to text, annotation to front free endpaper of Volume I, early owner signature to its title page. A handsome copy. * Sixth and final edition. First published in 1741, this useful work went through five more editions. Its utility extended from urban law offices to the libraries of "gentlemen" and "country attorneys and their clerks." All editions of this work are scarce. OCLC locates 7 copies on this edition in North American law libraries (Brigham Young, Columbia, Harvard, LA County, Library of Congress, University of Iowa, York). English Short-Title Catalogue T89786. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire de la maison de Brandebourg. D'après l'original.

      Berlin, Voss 1767. - 3 Bände in 1. 4°. Gestoch. Frontisp., Titel in Rot u. Schwarz, XVI, 208 S.; Titel in Rot u. Schwarz, 1 Bl., 212 S.; Titel in Rot u. Schwarz, 154 S. mit 3 gestoch. Titelvignetten, 14 Kopf- und 16 Schlußvignetten sowie 9 gestoch. Initialen von Georg Friedrich Schmidt, 2 mehrf. gefalt. geneal. Tafeln u. 2 mehrfach gefalt. gestoch. Karten. Hldr. d. Zt. mit 5 Zierbünden, goldgepr. Rückenschild u. Rückenverg. Barbier III, 239. Slg. Borst 16. Cohen/Ricci I, 411. Preuß I, 55. Sander 750. - Gegenüber der Erstausgabe von 1751 aufwendig und besser ausgestattete Ausgabe auf großem Papier. - Zur Druck- und Entstehungsgeschichte siehe ausführl. Lanckoronska/Oehler, Die Buchillustration des XVIII. Jahrhunderts I, 88 f. - Das Werk wurde von Voltaire durchgesehen, beurteilt und erst nach dessen Korrektur Ende 1751 fertiggestellt. Voltaire schrieb 1750 an seinen Pariser Freund Graf d'Argental: "Seine Brandenburgische Geschichte wird ein Meisterstück sein, wenn er sie sorgfältig durchgesehen haben wird." Friedrich der Große reagierte auf Voltaires Korrekturvorschläge teils ablehnend, teils übernahm er sie wörtlich in sein Manuskript (vgl. Die Werke, I, S. VIII). - Einband etwas berieben, gestoch. Exlibris, nur stellenweise im Rand schwach braunfleckig, sehr gutes sauberes Exemplar. Hldr. d. Zt. mit 5 Zierbünden, goldgepr. Rückenschild u. Rückenverg. 3 Bände in 1. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires pour servir à l'histoire de la maison de Brandebourg. 3 Bände (in einem Band, so komplett). Mit einem gestochenen Frontispiz, 3 gestochenen Titelvignetten, 14 Kopf- und 16 Schlußvignetten sowie 21 gestochenen Initialen von G.F. Schmidt, 2 mehrfach gefalteten genealogischen Tafeln und 2 mehrfach gefalteten, gestochenen Karten [Text Französisch].

      chez Chretien Fréderic Voss, Berlin 1767 - 1767. Vortitel, Frontispiz,Titelei, XVI, Falttafel, 208 Seiten; 2 Blatt, 212 (recte 210) Seiten; 1 Blatt, 154 Seiten, 2 Karten. Halbleder im Stil der Zeit auf 5 falschen Bünden mit Lederecken, goldgeprägtem Rückenschild, floralen Vignetten und marmorierten Vorsätzen, Druck auf Bütten. (leicht berieben, hinterer Deckel leicht fleckig, innen nur wenig gebräunt und minimal braunfleckig, schönes Exemplar). Handeinband aus der Werkstatt und mit dem Buchbinder-Stempel "Gerhard Prade, Leipzig" (nach 1920). Prade arbeitete viel für Kippenberg und den Insel-Verlag. Die erste Ausgabe dieser Geschichte des Hauses Brandenburg / Hohenzollern erschien 1751. Schönes Exemplar dieser illustrierten Prachtausgabe, die Friedrich der Große (1712-1786) mit der größten Sorgfalt durchgesehen hat (Preuss, Friedrich der Große als Schriftsteller, S. 55) - Cohen/Ricci 411. 1600 Gramm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Della ricerca della verità. Prima edizione italiana con l'aggiunta dell'elogio dell'autore di M. di Fontenelle.

      appresso Pietro Savioni 1767 In - 4° (cm. 25,6), legatura coeva in cartonato alla rustica con nervi passanti e titolo ms. al dorso; pp. CIV 303 [1b] in ottimo stato, fresche e marginose; frontespizio in rosso e nero con grande vignetta incisa in rame (Zuliani), capolettera e testate in silografia; sporadici segni e tratto d'inchiostro al frontespizio. Rarissima prima traduzione del capolavoro di Malebranche curata da Luigi Pallazzolo, lucido estimatore del pensiero occasionalista. Rimase interrotta al pur corposo volume primo - il solo pubblicato come testimoniano i cataloghi commerciali del Savioni di molto successivi - e l'unica fino alla pavese di Bizzoni (1818). «Uno dei maggiori libri del pensiero moderno» [Garin Eugenio. Introduzione a La ricerca della verità. Laterza 1983, p.IX], libro molto combattuto che lo stesso Malebranche aveva perfezionato maniacalmente nelle sue edizioni d'Oltralpe dal 1674 alla definitiva del 1712. Questa è la primissima pubblicazione del filosofo francese in un'Italia che non lo capiva e lo tacciava d'irreligione ed empietà, così come «nei secoli di barbarie i filosofi si accusavano di magia» [p.LVI]. Ottimo esemplare.

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        "Fuga dal Rev. P. Martini in la Raccolta per l'anno 1757 dal Marpurg." Eigenh. Musikmanuskript mit Namenszug ("Scripto per E. L. Gerber").

      Leipzig, 1767.. Titel, 2 SS. auf gefalt. Bogen. 64 Takte. Qu.-Folio.. Das "Allegro" für Cembalo von Giovanni Battista Martini (1706-84), entnommen aus Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurgs Sammlung "Raccolta delle piu nuove composizioni di clavicembalo di differenti maestri ed autori" (Leipzig, Breitkopf). Von Gerber niedergeschrieben während seiner Leipziger Jahre als Student der Rechte und Violoncellospieler im Leipziger Orchester. - Gerber, Musiklehrer der fürstlichen Kinder zu Sondershausen, folgte ebendort 1775 seinem Vater in die Ämter des Hoforganisten und Hofsekretärs. In der Folgezeit beschäftigte er sich mit dem Studium der Musikgeschichte und veröffentlichte schließlich sein noch heute wertvolles "Historisch-biographisches Lexikon der Tonkünstler", ein von ihm begründeter Lexikontyp. "Seine reiche Musikbibliothek, deren Katalog er 1804 erscheinen ließ, verkaufte er an die Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien" (MGG IV, 1780). - Etwas gebräunt, ein größerer Braunfleck.

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        Fuga dal Rev. P. Martini in la Raccolta per l'anno 1757 dal Marpurg." Autograph musical manuscript signed ("Scripto per E. L. Gerber").

      Leipzig, 1767. - Oblong folio. Title, 2 pp. on folded sheet. 64 bars. "Allegro" for harpsichord by Giovanni Battista Martini (1706-84), from Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg's collection "Raccolta delle più nuove composizioni di clavicembalo di differenti maestri ed autori" (Leipzig, Breitkopf). Penned by Gerber during his years in Leipzig as a law student and cellist in the Leipzig orchestra. - Gerber, musical instructor of the children of the Prince of Sondershausen, succeeded his father as court organist and court secretary in 1775. - Some browning, with a large brownstain.

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        Memoires Pour Servir A L'Histoire De La Maison De Brandenbourg

      Berlin: Chez Chretien Frederic Voss. 1767. Hardcover. Contemporary mottled calf with five raised bands on spine, spine with gilt decoration and contrasting spine label bearing gilt titles, upper joint started from top edge, corners bumped/rubbed, marbled endpapers, half-title, engraved frontis, title page printed in red and black with engraved vignette, some water staining to first 60pp (mostly to margins), engraved portraits and head & tail pieces by G.F. Schmidt, two engraved genealogical tables and 2 engraved maps (one of the lands of the elector of Brandenbourg and one of Prussia). , 4to 11" - 13" tall, iv, XVI, 208, [4], 212, [2], 154 pp .

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        A rare, coveted, twice-signed volume from the library of Thomas Jefferson, one of his most recommended for historical and legal reading

      Londres, 1767. 7" x 4". "Memoires de Maximilien de Bethune, Duc de Sully, Principal Ministre de Henri le Grand;... Nouvelle Edition... (Londres, 1767). Vol. 7, 12mo, vi, 483 pp., bound in contemporary French mottled calf gilt, morocco spine labels. Singed with his ownership initial, ""T"" beside the printed binder's signature mark (""I"") at the bottom of page 187 and again on page 427 where Jefferson adds an ""I"" to the signature mark ""T"" (Jefferson's typical style of ownership signature used in books from his library in which he substituted ""I"" for ""J""). Bound in contemporary calf boards with ribbed, titled spine. Bindings lightly worn, small loss to top of spine, occasional minor fox mark, some light tanning, overall, very good condition.Sowerby notes that Sully?s Memoires ?are usually included in Jefferson?s lists of recommended historical reading.? Sowerby further notes that the first set that Jefferson owned, the set that was part of the library he sold the to Library of Congress, was the 1778 edition, purchased from Frullé in September, 1788. The present volume was almost certainly purchased as a set by Jefferson to replace the volumes sold to the Library of Congress in 1815. This volume is from the set listed in the 1829 auction catalogue of Jefferson?s library, but it was apparently kept by Thomas Jefferson Randolph, his grandson.It is not surprising that Jefferson would recommend Sully?s memoirs as part of a course of historical reading, or that he would be sure to have a set at hand for himself?"the two men shared several common notions. Maximilien de Bethune, duc de Sully (1560-1641) served King Henry IV of France in several capacities, as an army officer, engineer, Superintendent of Finances, and as a confidential advisor. As did Jefferson, Sully strongly favored agriculture over industry as an economic base, and encouraged its expansion. He also encouraged stock raising and forbade the destruction of forests. In order to facilitate trade, Sully encouraged internal improvements, sponsoring canals, roads, and bridges, and he abolished export fees on grains and wine. The first portion of Sully?s memoirs were originally published in 1638, and the work was translated into several languages and reprinted often.Jefferson compiled three substantial libraries in his lifetime, but books from his collection are exceptionally scarce on the market. To find a set of books that Jefferson thought of so highly, and with whose author he was in such agreement, is rare indeed. (Sowerby, Catalogue of the Library of Thomas Jefferson, 199). Volumes from Jefferson's library infrequently appear on the market. We are aware of three that have appeared on the market in the past fifteen years, all signed in the same fashion, and have brought from $25,000 to over $40,000 at auction. Provenance: Thomas Jefferson; Thomas Jefferson Randolph; Sarah N. Randolph; William Randolph Hearst sold at auction; Hammer Galleries, Gimbel Bros. Feb 1941 p. 226 item 750, purchased by: Dr. Alice Watson 1941 by descent to an Heir of Dr. Watson. "

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        Systema naturæ, per Regna Tria Naturae, secundum Classes, Ordines, Genera, Species cum Characteribus, differentiis, synonymis, Locis. Edition decima tertia, ad Editionem duodecimam reformatam Holmiensem. Tomus I- tomus II.

      Vindobonae. 1767. 8vo. Samtidige skinnryggbind med opphøyde ryggbånd og enkel ryggforgylling. Marmorerte dekler. 532 - 1327, (37) s.. Et pent sett."This socalled "thirteenth" edition is a page-for-page reprint of the rare twelfth edition published in 1766-1768. The 12th edition is of great importance as it was the last edition revised by Linnaeus and which includes more species than the famous 10th edition."

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        Neue und seltene Anatomisch-chirurgisch-medicinische Wahrnehmungen mit Kupferstichen erläutert. Zweyte verbesserte Ausgabe.

      Berlin und Stralsund: Lange 1767 - 8 Bl., 78 S., 1 w. Bl.: Holzschnitt-Titelvignette, einige Holzschnittvignetten im Text, 3 gefaltete Kupfertafeln. Lederband der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung, Rückenbezug im oberen Drittel teils etwas abgeschabt, unteres Kapital mit kleiner Fehlstelle, Rotschnitt, Buntpapierspiegel. Selten. - Beschrieben und abgebildet werden Anomalien am Schulterblatt, an Trommelfell und Gehörknochen, an Herz- und Lungenpulsader sowie am Blinddarm. - Ein Anhang behandelt die Färberröthe an Knochen der Tiere. - Alter Stempel im Außenrand des Titels. - Hübsches und sauberes Exemplar. - Hirsch-H. III 825. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brief mit eigenh. Courtoisie und U. ("Alf[ons]o M[ari]a Vesc[ovo] di S[an] Agata").

      Arienzo, 10.2.1767 - 1½ SS. 4to. Beiliegend Kupferstichportrait (P. Mancion inc.), 203 x 280 mm. Unbekannter Brief an einen nicht ermittelten Adressaten: " Ill.mo Sig. Sig. e Padrone Col.mo. / V. Gesù, Maria, e Giuseppe. / Nella settimana scorsa mandai già ad V. S. Illma. per la posta dentro un' altra mia lettera i fogli manoscritti sovra la questione della cresima che si hanno da aggiungere nel trattato de' sagramenti togliendo un altro preciolo foglio che mandai prima sulla stessa materia della cresima. Io replico questa mia lettera . sapero si V. S. Ill.ma ha ricevuti questi miei ultimi fogli, perche in caso che . la via si possero dispersi, io ritornerò a far copiare i fogli e di nuovo co l'invierò. E per tanto di nuovo la prego, che su mai non ricevesse a tempo questi miei fogli quando già si arriva colla stampa al d.o trattato de' sagramenti che sta al secondo tomo, bisogna che faccia fermare la stampa, sintanto che non riceve i miei fogli, perche questa è una materia molto discettata tra i dottori, ed è necessaria alla pratica, e questi miei scritti mi costano da un mese di fatica [.]". - Alfonso de' Liguori gründete 1731/32 den Redemptoristenorden. Seit 1762 Bischof von Sant’Agata dei Goti bei Neapel, hatte er im nahen Arienzo seiner schwachen Gesundheit wegen seine Bischofsresidenz. 1839 wurde er heiliggesprochen, 1871 zum Kirchenlehrer erhoben. - Von schöner Erhaltung. Sehr selten: Während seit dem 18. Jahrhundert mehrere Sammlungen von Briefen Liguoris erschienen, gelangen seine Schreiben fast nie auf den Markt (seit 1979 nur drei Nachweise im internationalen Auktionshandel).

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        The History of Astronomy, with its application to Geography, History and Chronology; occasionally exemplified by the Globes

      London: J. Lister for J. Newbery, 1767. Costard, George (1710-82). The history of astronomy, with its application to geography, history, and chronology; occasionally exemplified by the globes. 4to. viii, [2, errata], ix-xvi, 308pp. Engraved plate (printed on both sides); woodcut text diagrams. Cancel slips pasted over diagrams on pp. 222 and 223. London: James Lister for J. Newbery, 1767. 260 x 207 mm. Calf ca. 1767, rebacked, light rubbing. Occasional foxing but very good. First Edition. Costard, the vicar of Twickenham, appears to have been the first English historian of astronomy, publishing books on the subject in 1746 and 1748 (A Letter to Martin Folkes, Esq., President of the Royal Society, Concerning the Rise and Progress of Astronomy Amongst the Ancients and A Further Account of the Rise and Progress of Astronomy Amongst the Ancients, in Three Letters to Martin Folkes . . .), as well as the present work. Costard?s knowledge of Hebrew, Arabic, Latin, Greek and other ancient languages gave him ?unparalleled access to the astronomical literature of classical and early modern eras? (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography). He concluded that the ancient Greeks were the true founders of astronomy, having applied geometry to the study of the stars; the Egyptians and Babylonians, by contrast, were mere observers.

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        Les vapeurs et maladies nerveuses, hypocondriaques, ou hystériques; reconnues & traitées dans les deux sexes; Traduction de l anglois. Tome premier (e Tome second)

      Chez Vincent, Paris 1767 - Legature coeve in pieno vitello maculato con nervi, fregi e titolo oro al ds. su doppio tassello. Tagli rossi. Strappetti e mancanze alle due carte di guardia libere del primo volume, alcune ingialliture, un forellino ininfluente su alcune carte, lievi segni di usura agli angoli dei piatti ma, nel complesso, bell esemplare. Al testo di Whitt in questa edizione sono stati aggiunti: una esposizione anatomica dei nervi di Alexandre Monro, l estratto delle principali opere sulla natura e le cause delle malattie nervose, consigli sul regime e la condotta da osservare per proteggersi dall attacco e dal ritorno di queste malattie. Queste opere sono state riviste e pubblicate da Lebegue de Presle. Prima traduzione francese della prima edizione del 1765 stampata ad Edimburgo. Blake, 489. 12mo (cm. 16,5), 2 Voll., XL-582 pp. con due tavv. f.t. rip.; XI-578 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Oeuvres diverses traduites de l'anglois Nouvelle édition revue et augmen

      à Amsterdam|& à Leipzig: Chez Arkstée & Merkus, 1767. Fine. Chez Arkstée & Merkus, à Amsterdam & à Leipzig 1767, 8 tomes en 8 Vol. in 12 (9,5x16,5cm), LX,LX, 343 ; IV, 358 ; II, 352 ; II, 418 ; IV, 396 ; XII, 392 ; XII, 351 (mal chiffrée 451) ; XV, (1), 364 pp., relié. - New edition, illustrated with a frontispiece by Delamonce, a portrait engraved by Kornlein and 23 figures by Frankendaal. This edition contains two volumes of more than 1754. Full Sheepskin brown mottled. Back tooled raised. Part of title and volume number in red morocco. Caps head partly threadbare to volumes III, VI and VIII. Minor defects. 4 corners bumped. Good enough decorative series. Volumes 6-8 contain the correspondence of Pope, notably with Swift and Gay. Pope was both a classic poet (the largest of the first half of the eighteenth) a philosopher noted for his Essay on Man, as well as a novelist: Memory of Martin Scrivelius. Works contain particular critical essays. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, illustrée d'un frontispice par Delamonce, d'un portrait gravé par Kornlein, et de 23 figures par Frankendaal. Cette édition comporte deux de tomes de plus que celle de 1754. Reliure en pleine basane brune marbrée. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Coiffes de tête en partie élimée aux tomes III, VI et VIII. Menus défauts. 4 coins émoussés. Assez Bonne série décorative.Les volumes 6 à 8 contiennent la correspondance de Pope, notamment celle avec Swift et Gay. Pope fut à la fois un grand poète classique (le plus grand de la première moitié du XVIIIe) un philosophe remarqué pour son Essai sur l'homme, ainsi qu'un romancier : Mémoires de Martin Scrivelius. Les oeuvres contiennent notamment ses essais critiques.

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        Versuch einer genauen und umständlichen Beschreibung der Hochfürstlich-Hessischen Residenz- und Hauptstadt Cassel nebst den nahegelegenen Lustschlössern, Gärten und andern sehenswürdigen Sachen.

      Cassel Gedruckt bey Henrich Schmiedt 1767 - Einband beschabt; Kapitale, Ecken und Kanten bestoßen; Außengelenke überwiegend abgeplatzt, aber fest; Spiegel gebräunt sowie mit Exlibris-Abrißstelle; fliegendes Vorsatz am Kopfschnitt mit Fehlstellen; Titel etwas fleckig; ansonsten sehr sauberes Exemplar. Exlibris Sayn Wittgenstein am fliegenden Vorsatz. -

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        Bibliotheca canonica, juridica, moralis, theologica, necnon ascetica, polemica, rubricistica, historica &c. De principalioribus, & fere omnibus, quae in dies occurrunt, nec penes omnes facile, ac prompte reperiri possunt, ex utroque iure, pontificiis constitutionibus, conciliis, Sacrarum Congregationum decretis, Sacrae Romanae Rotae decisionibus, ac probatissimis, & selectissimis auctoribus accurate collecta, adaucta, ordine alphabetico congesta, ac in octo tomos distributa ab Adm. R.P. F. Lucio Ferraris Soler - Alexandrino .. Tomus 1,2,3,4,5,6 e 8 .

      ex typographia Caroli Barbiellini in Via Cursus 1767-1768 Editio secunda romana auctior .. 6 vol. in 4ø, pp. Vol. 1 (A - BL): XLII, 624 pag.; Vol. 2 (BO - C): 640 pag.; Vol. 3 (D - E): 588 pag.; Vol. 4 (F - IN): 680 pag.; Vol. 5 (JO - MI): 630 pag.; Vol. 6 (MO - PO): 710 pag.; Vol. 8 (SI - Z): 627 pag. Legatura coeva in t. pergamena, dorsi con titoli in oro su tasselli di pelle, frontespizio del primo volume in rosso e nero, marca tipografica ai frontespizi, capilettera, testatine, testo a due colonne, qualche brunitura e fioriture leggere. Volume 1 con fori sulle prime pagine e piccola mancanza al dorso.

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        Primeira [Segunda, Terceira, Quarta] Parte da Historia de S. Domingos Particular do Reino, e Conquistas de Portugal. Por Fr. Luis Cacegas, da mesma Ordem, e Provincia, e Chronista della. Reformada em estilo, e ordem, e amplificada em successos, e particularidades por Fr. Luis de Sousa filho do Convento de Bemfica. [Volume IV: por Fr. Lucas de Sta. Catharina, Chronista da Ordem dos Prégadores, e Academico da Academia Real].

      Lisbon, na Officina de Antonio Rodrigues Galhardo, 1767. - Woodcut title pages: architectural frame with 7 figures of São Domingo (or Dominicans?). Woodcut and typographical headpieces. Woodcut factotum initials. Text in 2 columns, except for transcriptions of decrees, documents, inscriptions, etc. (10 ll.), 718 pp. [702 wrongly numbered 904]; (19 ll.), 463 pp.; (9 ll.), 447 pp.; (14 ll.), 819 pp. 4 volumes. Folio (29 x 19.5 cm.), uniformly bound in contemporary cat's-paw mottled sheep (minor wear; free endleaves removed from volume I), spines with raised bands in six compartments, crimson morocco lettering pieces, gilt bands and ornaments, text block edges speckled blue. Volume I: light dampstain at gutter at beginning; Xxxx1-2 browned. Some browning in final quires of volume IV. A few small stains throughout the 4 volumes, but overall a set in very good to fine condition. 4 volumes. ---- Second edition of this classic account of the Dominican Order in Portugal and its overseas empire during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. It includes many transcriptions of primary sources such as documents, decrees, and inscriptions. Frey Luis de Cácegas (1540-1610), chronicler of the Dominicans in Portugal, began to gather the material for this work. At the request of the Dominicans, Frei Luis de Sousa took up the work after the death of Cácegas; the first volume was published in 1623, and two more in 1662 and 1678. The fourth volume, by Lucas de Santa Catherina, was first printed in 1733. It is rare to find all four volumes of the first edition together. A third edition appeared in 1866.The chronicle begins with a life of St. Dominic (1170-1221). It includes a description of the establishment of dozens of Dominican monasteries and convents in Portugal, and details of the lives of hundreds of monks and nuns of the Order. In volume II, 10 chapters deal with Dominicans in Africa (Loanda, Congo, Ethiopia, Guiné, Ceuta, Tangiers). In volume III, 39 chapters are on India (Goa, Chaul, Cochin, Solor). In the final volume, 11 chapters deal with India and the Far East (Siam, Malaca, Solor, other parts of Indonesia, and particularly Timor), and 5 more with Africa (the Monomotapa and Ethiopia). Near the end, 3 chapters are on Irish monasteries established in Portugal.Edgar Prestage comments in the @Encyclopedia Britannica (11th ed., 1911), "The Chronicle has the defect of most monastic writings, they relate for the most part only the good, and exaggerate it without scruple, and they admit all sorts of prodigies, so long as these tend to increase devotion. Their order and arrangement, however, are admirable, and the lucid, polished style, purity of diction, and simple, vivid descriptions, entitle Frei Luís de Sousa to rank as a great prose-writer. His metaphors are well chosen, and he employs on appropriate occasions familiar terms and locutions, and makes full use of those charming diminutives in which the Portuguese language is rich. His prose is characterized by elegance, sweetness and strength, and is remarkably free from the affectations and false rhetoric that characterized the age" (XXV, 462).Frei Luis de Sousa (1555-1632) was born Manuel de Sousa Coutinho, a descendant of the second Conde de Marialva. When he was about to become a Knight of Malta he was captured by the Moors. While in Algiers he may have met Cervantes, who mentioned him in @Los Trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda. Back in Portugal, he made a name as an unbending patriot when he burned down his own home in Almada rather than receive the Spanish governor of Portugal as a guest. Perhaps because of this forthright attitude, he is said to have gone to Panama to seek his fortune. By 1613 he was back in Portugal, where he and his wife both entered a convent. (Almeida Garrett wrote a romanticized version involving the return of the wife's long-lost husband.) Frei Luis was asked to continue Cácegas's work on the Dominican chronicle, "a new kind of chronicle," as he promised in the preface to volume I. Bell noted that it has "lasting valu [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Mémoires de Henri-Charles de La Tremoille prince de Tarente EDITION ORIGINALE

      A Liège: Chez J. F. Bassompierre, 1767. Fine. Chez J. F. Bassompierre, A Liège 1767, In 12 (10x16,5cm), lxxij, 380pp. (2), relié. - First Edition, relatively rare. Title page in red and black. This is the only edition of these old memories. Sheepskin half brown speckled slightly later. Back to nerves decorated with nets. Charles Henri de la Tremoille is the 4th Duke of Thouars and Duke of Trémoille, although he died before his father. He began his career with his uncle in Holland paper, Prince of Orange. In 1651, he opposed the Cardinal Mazarin and supported the Prince de Conde during the Fronde. He was arrested and imprisoned at Amiens in 1656. These memories not only of being only the relationship of the event of the Fronde, they are also political portrait of the nobility is putting itself on the scene, since s 'is an autobiographical writing (the original is also held by the National Library). Father Griffet responsible for the 1767 edition would knowingly published these memories to avoid the comeback of tremoille. That offers the Duke of Tremoille his children, since advertises itself primarily write for them, this is an example of life; addressed to his contemporaries, it is a political message. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, relativement rare. Page de titre en rouge et noir. C'est l'unique édition ancienne de ces mémoires. Reliure en demi basane brune mouchetée légèrement postérieure. Dos à nerfs orné de filets. Henri Charles de la Tremoille est le 4e duc de Thouars et duc de La Trémoille, bien qu'il mourut avant son père. Il commença sa carrière auprès de son oncle en Hollande, le prince d'Orange. En 1651, il s'opposa au Cardinal de Mazarin et soutint le prince de Condé durant la Fronde. Il sera arrêté et incarcéré à Amiens en 1656. Ces mémoires ne se contentent pas d'être uniquement la relation des événement de la Fronde, elles sont aussi le portrait politique de la haute noblesse se mettant elle-même en scène, puisqu'il s'agit d'un écrit autobiographique (dont l'original par ailleurs est détenu par la bibliothèque Nationale). Le père Griffet, responsable de l'édition de 1767 aurait sciemment édité ces mémoires pour éviter le retour en grâce des La tremoille. Ce que propose le duc de la Tremoille à ses enfants, puisqu'il annonce lui-même écrire essentiellement pour eux, c'est un exemple de vie ; adressé à ses contemporains, c'est un message politique.

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        DE RE MILITARI LIBRI QUINQUE cum selectis notis Godeschalci Stewechii, et Petri Scriverii, nec non ad Codicum Manuscriptorum fidem notis perpetuis criticis emendati, addita versione gallica, cura M. Nicolai Schwebelii.

      Norimbergae, apud Gabrielem Nicolaum Raspe, 1767.1767, Latin text followed by French translation, edited by Nicolai Schwebelii. 4to, approximately 255 x 195 mm, 10 x 7¾ inches, in 2 parts with separate register and pagination, the second part, with its own title page, containing the French translation (by C. G. Bourdon de Sigrais). Engraved frontispiece to Latin book, engraved vignette to each title page, engraved pictorial headpiece to each of the 5 Latin books, 2 folding plates, pages: (28), 176, (12) - indexes and errata; xviii, 90, at the end of the preliminary pages before the first page of the Latin text is an unsigned leaf with the Elenchus or contents of the five books which is sometimes found erroneously at the end of the Latin book, obviously an afterthought missing from some copies. Otherwise our copy collates exactly to a copy in ICCU. A digitised copy on the European Cultural Heritage Online site has the Elenchus bound in the middle of the index despite a leaf printed in German directing the binder to place it before page 1. Bound in modern quarter morocco over marbled sides, all edges red, new marbled endpapers. Occasional light foxing, second title page age - browned, some pale age - browning and light foxing throughout, small pale damp stain to a few upper margins, name of Dr Georg Wolfgang Augustin Fikenscher with date of 1797 on title page, in old ink, a German academic from Bayreuth, binding tight and firm. A very good copy. Vegetius a Roman writer about whom very little is known wrote his classic work originally called Epitoma Rei Militaris in the fifth century. The material, on military matters, is chiefly borrowed from earlier authorities and Vegetius is the only extant source for much that his work contains. It was first published in Utrecht in 1475 and was frequently reprinted and translated into modern languages. The work is divided into 5 books: 1. On the levying and training of recruits; 2. On the legion, its organisation, rank of officers and men, and their arms; 3. On tactics, the last chapter of this book consisting of thirty - two maxims of war; 4. On fortification and the attack and defence of places; on machines of war; 5. On the navy. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Traduction des pseaumes de David

      Benoît Duplain, Lyon 1767 - Houbigant Charles-François (1686-1783) ~ Traduction des pseaumes de David. A Lyon, Benoît Duplain, 1767. In-8, xj pages (faux-titre, titre et avertissement) ¿ 576 pages ¿ 6 feuillets non chiffrés (table et privilège). Reliure de l¿époque en basane marbrée de couleur fauve à dos à nerfs orné de caissons et de fleurons dorés, pièce de titre en maroquin brun, filet doré sur les coupes, tranches rouges. Première édition peu courante de cet intéressant psautier qui offre au lecteur sur 3 colonnes le texte original des psaumes de David en Hébreu, la nouvelle traduction française, et le texte en latin de la Vulgate donné par le père Houbigant. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Abbildungen und Lebensbeschreibungen berühmter Gelehrten von Johann Matthias Schröckh, Professor der Philosophie. 2 Bände. - (I. Band): Erste Sammlung bis dritte Sammlung. >Hieronymus Savonarola; Paracelsus; Johann Eck; Johann Brentz; Matthias Flacius Illyrieus; David Joris oder Georg; Georg Fürst von Anhalt; Thomas Campanella; Johann Cosinus; Cornelius Jansenius; Ludwig Bourdaloue; Jacob Benignus Bossuet; - Aeneas Sylvius; Ulrich Zwingel; Johann Bugenhagen; Johannes Fischer; Johann Pfeffinger; Quirinus Kuhlmann; Sforza Pallavicini; Anton Arnauld; Sebastian le Nain de Tillemont; Peter Juerieu; - Roswitha; Georg Major; Andreas Gerhard Hyperius; Wilhelm Postel; Veit Ludewig von Seckendorf; Jacob Sirmond; Jacob Lenfant; Johann Albrecht Fabrici

      Band I: Zweite Auflage, 1766 bzw. 1765 (zweite und dritte Sammlung). Band II: 1766 bzw. 1767 (dritte Sammlung). Beide: Leipzig, Christian Gottlob Hilschern. - Band I: 3, (5), (10), (10) 356 Seiten mit Titelvignette, Kopf und Schlussvignetten und insgesamt 32 Portraitkupfern, 12 (in der ersten Sammlung) und jeweils 10 (zweite und dritte Sammlung), komplett! - Band II: (8), 378 Seiten mit Titelvignette, Kopf- und Schlussvignetten und insgesamt 11 Portraitkupfern. - Zwei Halblederbände der Zeit in gleicher Ausstattung, mit jeweils 5 Bünden, rotes Lederrückenschildchen. Lederecken. Frakturschrift. Die beiden Einbände leicht beschabt, Bindung in Ordnung bis auf kleinere Defekte am oberen Buchrücken. Rückenvergoldung unfrisch, ebenso der Rückentitel, Leder etwas brüchig. Innengelenke angeplatzt. Papier der ersten Sammlung in Band I gut, ungebräunt!, der zweiten und dritten Sammlung jedoch durchgehend, teilweise stärker braunfleckig, davon sind die Kupfertafeln nicht oder kaum betroffen. - Das Papier des zweiten Bandes wesentlich weniger stark braunfleckig. Beide Bände mit einem profanen Exlibris (Utrecht). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De jure et officiis in usum tironum. Libri II. Auctore Antonio Genuensi in Regia neapolitana academia olim ethices nunc oeconomices P.P. Editio altera elegantior. Duobus tomis comprehensa. Tomus I ( - II).

      Ex typographia simoniana, Napoli 1767 - 2 voll. in 8, pp. (6) + 326; (6) + 376. M. pg. ottocentesca. Lievi bruniture. Seconda edizione notevolmente accresciuta. la prima, infatti, pubblicata nel 1765, si componeva di 390 pp. contro le 708 pp. di questa. Il notevole successo ottenuto e l'intenzione di chiarire piu' punti del suo pensiero porto' il Genovesi ad un'ampia serie di aggiunte, dense di riferimenti a Montesquieu, Helvetius, Rousseau ecc. Venturi, Settecento riformatore, p.600. ITA

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        L'esprit de la Ligue ou histoire politique des troubles de la France penda EDITION ORIGINALE

      à Paris: Chez Herissant, 1767. Fine. Chez Herissant, à Paris 1767, 3 tomes en 3 Vol. in 12 (9,5x17cm), lxxij 302pp. et xij 318pp. et xij 364pp. (4), relié. - First Edition. Full sheepskin porphyry. Back tooled raised. Part of title and volume number in morocco beige. Triple fillet border on covers. Slit 1cm lower joint head of Volume I. A dull corner. Nice copy. Considered the best work of the author, this story was a great success even during the nineteenth century. It begins with a historical bibliography on the subject useful. The Holy Catholic League was founded in 1576 to defend France against the Protestants; animated by Guise, it constituted one of the greatest dangers that the monarchy has ever known. The spirit of the League will dim with the victories of Henri IV, having fomented many religious wars. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Reliure en pleine basane porphyre. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin beige. Triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Fente sur 1cm au mors inférieur en tête du tome I. Un coin émoussé. Bel exemplaire. Considéré comme le meilleur ouvrage de l'auteur, cette histoire connut un grand succès jusque pendant le XIXe. Elle débute par une bibliographie historique sur le sujet fort utile. La Sainte ligue catholique fondée en 1576 consistait à défendre la France contre les Protestants ; animée par les Guise, elle constitua un des plus grands dangers que la monarchie ait connu. L'esprit de la Ligue s'éteint progressivement avec les victoires d'Henri IV, après avoir fomenté de nombreuses guerres religieuses.

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        La bibliothèque française de M C Sorel premier historiographe de France

      à Paris: par la compagnie des libraires, 1767. Fine. par la compagnie des libraires, à Paris 1767, in 12 (16,5x9,5cm), (16) 451 pp., relié. - Second edition revised and enlarged after the first edition of 1664. Calf Full time, back tooled raised. Caps frayed a bit split on 2/3. Corners bumped. Important autograph dedication of the author bibliography for knowledge of ancient authors and arrangement of an old library. Charles Sorel, Sieur de Souvigny. Uncommon. The book is divided according to the classification of library history books, science ... Cioranescu 63406. "La Françoise Library, despite its small size, is a monument of literary criticism and marks both a very open mind and very fair, informed of what he speaks. It is the most remarkable introduction to the knowledge of the writers of the century until about 1660 " --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Seconde édition revue et augmentée après l'édition originale de 1664. Reliure en plein veau d'époque, dos à nerfs orné. Coiffes élimées, un mors fendu sur les 2/3. Coins émoussés. Ouvrage de bibliographie important pour la connaissance des auteurs anciens et l'agencement d'une bibliothèque ancienne. Charles Sorel, sieur de Souvigny. Peu courant. L'ouvrage est composé suivant la classification de la bibliothèque en livres d'histoire, de sciences... Cioranescu 63406. « La Bibliothèque françoise, malgré son petit format, est un monument de critique littéraire et marque à la fois un esprit très plein et très juste, informé de tout ce dont il parle. Elle constitue la plus remarquable introduction à la connaissance des écrivains du siècle jusqu'à 1660 environ »

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        De vita Antonii Musae Brasavoli commentarius historic-medico-criticus, ex ipsius operibus erutus A B Aloysio Francisco Castellani.

      Mantuae : Joseph Braglia 1767 - pp: xxxii, 214, [2]. Engraved frontis portrait; vignette title page, a couple of ornate initial letters. Signatures: a-b⁠, A-M⁠, N  Includes bibliographic references and index. Octavo hardcover (213mm X 141mm) grey paper covered thin boards (possibly contemporary), with printed spine lettering. This copy was once held at the library of the Birmingham Medical Institute, and has their name in gilt to the spine. The only other library attributes are two feint rubber stamps to the upper corners of frontis and title page. VERY GOOD condition: secure, age-dulled binding with light overall wear to extremities and outer hinge areas - corners still fairly square, and both sets of spine lettering are age-dulled, yet legible - especially the printed lettering. Inner front hinge split, yet binding and text-block are both very sturdy. Leaves are neat, clean, and crisp - apart from a small number of leaves that show feint foxing - and there are no annotations, inscriptions, marginalia, or other marks. Both frontis portrait and vignette are sharp and crisp. A nice copy of this scarce title. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Plans, Elevations and Sections, of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Houses, and Also of Stabling, Bridges, Public and Private, Temples, and Other Garden Buildings; Executed in the Counties of Derby, Durham, Middlesex, Northumberland, Nottingham, and York. By James Paine, Architect, One of the Directors of the Society of Artists of Great-Britain. Part the First. Illustrated by Seventy-Four Large Folio Plates

      London: Printed for the Author, 1767. First edition, folio (570 x 380mm), [4], iv, [6], ii, [3]-11, [1], 12-16 [i.e. 17], [5]]pp., with list of subscribers, 74 [i.e. 64] full-page engraved plates (20 double-page, 2 slightly frayed and dust soiled at margins), uncut in orig. calf-backed boards, rather worn, calf and boards peeling, corners rubbed and worn, but overall a good sound copy with the plates clean and bright. First edition of a rare architectural work of houses designed by James Paine (1717-1789), the seventy-four plates illustrate sixteen of his most important completed projects, including the magnificent stables at Chatsworth, Sandbeck, and Axwell Park. "His architecture is basically Palladian in character, but he was by no means a slavish imitator of Kent and Burlington, and his work is distinguished by several characteristic features that give it a strong individuality." —Colvin, Biographical Dictionary of British Architects 1600-1840. This first part was published for subscribers only in 1767, a second part (not present here) didn't appear until 1783. Harris, 664; Fowler, 207; Millard Collection, English Books, 50.

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        Le grand vocabulaire francois contenant 1? L'explication de chaque mot considere dans ses diverses accewptions.... 2? Les loix de l'ortographe....3? La geographie ancienne et moderne... 4? Des details raisonnes et philosophiques sur l'economie, le commerce.... Par une societe de gens de lettres. Second edition. Tome premier ( - trentieme)

      Chez Panckoucke 1767-74 30 voll. in 4, pp. 18.000 ca. P. pl. bazzana coeva con fr. oro ai dorsi. Qualche danno alle cuffie, spelature, danni poi? rilevanti alle cerniere di tre voll. Opera importante seppure di non grandissimo successo al momento della sua uscita a causa della mole. Manca infatti a molte biblioteche francesi. Molta cura fu posta alla fonetica e all'ortografia, andando a correggere asltri precedenti lavori simili. ITA

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        The Principles of Mr. Harrison's Time-Keeper, with Plates of the Same. Published by Order of the Commissioners of Longitude

      Ten folding engraved plates. 31 pp. Large 4to, cont. half-calf & marbled boards, spine gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. London: Printed by W. Richardson & S. Clark; and sold by J. Nourse & Mess. Mount & Page, 1767. [bound with]:MASKELYNE, Nevil. An Account of the Going of Mr. John Harrison's Watch, at the Royal Observatory, from May 6th, 1766 to March 4th, 1767. Together with the Original Observations and Calculations of the Same...Published by Order of the Commissioners of Longitude. 28, lvi pp. Large 4to. London: W. Richardson & S. Clark, 1767. [bound with]:LE ROY, J[ulien] D[avid]. A Succinct Account of the Attempts of Mess. Harrison and Le Roy, for finding the Longitude at Sea, and of the Proofs made of their works...To which is prefixed, a Summary of the Marquis de Courtanvaut's Voyage, for the Trial of certain Instruments for finding the Longitude at Sea. Done from the French, by a Fellow of the Royal Society. 14, xii, 54pp. Large 4to. London: F. Newbery, 1768. First editions of the first two works and first edition in English of the third; very fine copies from the library of Matthew Boulton, with the modern bookplate. These are important works regarding the invention and perfection of the chronometer, which enabled navigators to determine their correct geographical position at all times. I. While latitude has been ascertainable by relatively simple means, measuring longitude presented considerable challenges. In 1714, the English government offered the enormous prize of 20,000 pounds to be awarded by the Board of Longitude to anyone who developed a reliable means of calculating longitude at sea. "One way of measuring longitude is to compare local solar time with the standard time at the prime meridian. Local time is easily ascertained by observing the sun but only a very accurate clock can register a standard time over long periods. The improvements in horology effected by Christian Huygens and others after him about the mid-seventeenth century promised success with this method. But the practical problems associated with temperature-compensation and so forth remained long intractable, although several rewards for an invention were offered. Finally, John Harrison, a clockmaker with several useful inventions to his credit...perfected a chronometer of the required degree of accuracy, showing a steady rate of gain or loss. Harrison's chronometer not only supplied navigators with a perfect instrument for observing the true geographical position at any moment during their voyage, but also laid the foundation for the compilation of exact charts of the deep seas and the coastal waters of the world...There has possibly been no advance of comparable importance in aids to navigation until the introduction of radar."-Printing & the Mind of Man 208-(describing Harrison's earlier An Account of the Proceedings: 1763). II. As part of the dispute between Harrison and the Board of Longitude, Maskelyne was called upon to test the accuracy of Harrison's marine chronometer. Maskelyne was known to favor the rival method of finding longitude by means of lunar tables and he therefore subjected Harrison's chronometer, which had already performed well on two West Indian voyages, to a series of extreme and unrealistic tests. The tests were intended to fully discredit the watch. The predictably disappointing results were published in the present pamphlet, along with Maskelyne's conclusion that "Mr Harrison's watch cannot be depended upon to keep the longitude within a degree in a West India voyage of six weeks...nevertheless...it is a useful and valuable invention." III. First edition in English of the Exposé succint des Travaux de MM. Harrison et Le Roy (1768). This is a very rare and important contribution to the famous and bitter quarrel involving Pierre Le Roy (1717-85), the most eminent horologist in France of the 18th century, Harrison, and Berthoud. Le Roy made important contributions to the chronometer; he "established the main principles of the modern chronometer, to wit, a detached escapement, temperature compensation in the balance, and an isochronous balance spring."-Catherine Cardinal, "Ferdinand Berthoud and Pierre Le Roy..." in The Quest for Longitude (Ed. by William J.H. Andrewes), 1996, p. 292. The present work was written by Le Roy, using his father's name for this edition, in answer to Harrison's Principles (see item I). Le Roy illustrates the originality and priority of his own work, dating from before 1754, in comparison with Harrison's. While recognizing the merit of Harrison's chronometer, he considered his own to be superior. The condescension expressed here by Le Roy provoked a series of violently critical responses, both in England and in France. Le Roy also provides an account of the trial of his Nos. 1 and 2 on the Aurore under the Marquis de Courtanvaux in 1767. This is an extremely rare book. Fine copies, attractively bound together, and preserved in a box. Loosely inserted is a page of manuscript notes in ink by a contemporary reader about Harrison's time-keeper. ❧ I. Horblit 42b. II. Baillie, Clocks and Watches. An Historical Bibliography, p. 271. III. Baillie, ibid., pp. 276-77-(describing the original French edition). See also the note to Printing & the Mind of Man 208 for a discussion of the claims of Le Roy to priority in the invention of the chronometer. .

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        Porphyrii Pilosophu Peri Apochs Empsychn Biblio Tessara. Porphyrii Philosophi de Abstinentia Ab Esu Animalium Libri Quatuor: Com Notis Integris Petri Victorii et Ioannis Valentini, et Interprtatione Latina Ioannis Bernardi Feliciani; Editionem curativ & suas itemque Ioannis Iacobi Reiskii Notas adiecit Iacobus De Rhoer; Accedunt IV. Epistolae de Apostasia Porphyrii. & Beigebunden: Porphyriu Peri Tu En Te Odysseia Ton Nymphon Antru. Den Antro Nympharum. Graece cum Latina L. Holstenii versione. Graeca ad fidem editionum restituit, Versionem C. Gesneri, & Animadversiones suas adjecit R. Rm van Goens. Praemissa est Dissertatio Homerica ad Porphyrium. 2 Werke in 1 Band.

      . o.O. (Utrecht) Trajecti ad Rhenum, Apud Abrahamum a Paddenburg, Bilbiopolam 1767, 1765. 4°. (36) S., 398 S., (14) S.; XXXIV, XXXVI, 1 Bl., 122 S., (8) S. (griech. / latein). Hldr.d.Zt. mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen. Brunet IV, 823. Berieben und bestossen. Leder einer Rückenkante durchgescheuert. Alter Stempel auf Titelblatt. Gering stockfleckig. -CHF 650.00.

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        Der verbesserte öconomische Tausendkünstler oder öconomisches Handbuch worinnen die wichtigsten Vortheile in allen Theilen der Landwirthschaft und Haushaltungskunst sonderlich bey dem Feld - Garten - Wiesen - Forst - und Waldbau, dem Weinbau, der Viehzucht und andern dahin gehörigen Wissenschaften beschrieben werden zum Besten der Land - und Hauswirthe.

      Ulm, Stettin 1767 - 17,2 x 11,8 cm, Front., 12 unpag. Vorrede und Inhaltsverzeichnis, 618 S., 22 unpag. S. Register, einige Vignetten, oberhalb der Vorrede ist ein alter Besitzervermerk eingeklebt, zeitgen. Ledereinband auf vier Bünden, S. 597/598 fehlt

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        Convenient and Ornamental Architecture. Consisting of original designs for plans, elevations and sections beginning with the farmhouse and regularly ascending to the most grand and magnificent villa. The whole elegantly engraved on seventy copper-plates B

      Printed for the Author and Henry Webley, London 1767 - First edition. viii, iv, 26pp., engraved plates, some folding. Imperfect copy missing two plates, nos. 64 and 65. Browned, a little soiling with occasional marks, two folding plates torn in centre of top fold, good in original worn leather boards, repaired at corners and relaid with new leather spine and new endpapers. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De jure et officiis in usum Tironum libri II; Riflessioni sul trattato di economia politica del SIg. Say (Napoli, Dalla Tipografia dei Porcelli, 1824) -

      Ex Typographia Simoniana 1767-1824 Editio altera elegantior. Duobus tomis comprehensa. Tre tomi rileg. in un vol. in 8°, 20x13 cm, pp. (4) 326 (2); pp. 380 (errore p. 279 invece di p. 379); pp. 210. Occhietto, dedica alla I c. di guardia. Incisione ai front. del "De jure". - Aggiunto: Riflessioni sul Trattato di economia Politica del Sig. Say, Napoli, della Tipografia di Porcelli, 1824. pp.210 - Finalini, testatine, bei capilettera. Richiami e segnn. dei fascc. Leg. post. in mezza pelle, tit. in oro al ds., piatti maculati. Esemplare rifilato. A. Genovesi era un tempo Prof. di Etica e poi di Economia nella Regia Accademia Napoletana. Ottime condizioni.

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        La balia. Poemetto pubblicato ora la prima volta con annotazioni da Gio. Antonio Ranza Regio Professore di Umane Lettere in Vercelli

      Panialis 1767 In 8, pp. (2) + 3 + (1b) + 74. Vignetta xil. al fr. e in fine. Cart. coeva.?Ed. orig. di questo poema del Tansillo stampato in tre varianti. Questa ? la terza che presenta al fr.?una xilo. non firmata.?Gorini (Vercelli nei libri... p. 98) cita solo le prime due varianti di questa edizione, una con XXIV pp. iniziali e una con VIII pagine.?Questa prima edizione del poemetto didascalico fu pubblicata da Antonio Ranza a due secoli dalla morte (1568) dell'autore, sulla base di un manoscritto rinvenuto in un non meglio specificato codice del XVI secolo. ITA

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        The Present State of Great Britain and North America, with regard to Agriculture, Population, Trade, and Manufactures, impartially considered: Containing a particular account of the dearth and scarcity of the necessities of life in England; the want of staple commodities in the Colonies; the decline of their trade; increase of people; and necessity of manufactures, as well as of a trade in them hereafter. In which the causes and consequences of these growing evils, and methods of preventing them, are suggested; the proper regulations for the Colonies, and the taxes imposed on them, are considered, and compared with their condition and circumstances

      London: T. Becket and P. A. De Hondt. 1767., 1767. Rare First (and only) Edition. Octavo. pp. [5] xvi, 363. Errata printed to verso of final page. Re-spined by Atkinson's using original brown calf boards. New matching spine has raised bands and gilt titles. All edges flecked red. boards heavily battered, and some browning and brittleness to outer pages. Generally crisp and clean. Rear free end paper folded and slightly torn. Very good overall. A Virginian Botanist, Mitchell is best known for his 1755 map of North America, used during the 1783 Treaty of Paris. This book was written in response to the challenging circumstances experienced in the North American Colonies following the Seven Years War, apparently exacerbated by government policy. With hindsight, it clearly prefigures the American Revolution. Stevens, Rare Americana, 125; Bell M422; Dionne II 734; Goldsmiths' 10271; Higgs 4100; Howes M679; JCB I 1591; Kress 6478; Lande S1534; Sabin 49696.

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        Tom Jones ou l'enfant trouvé

      à Londres|& se vend à Paris: Chez Nyon|& Bauche, 1767. Fine. Chez Nyon & Bauche, à Londres & se vend à Paris 1767, 4 tomes en 4 Vol. in 12 (9,5x17cm), LVI, 348pp. et 346pp. et 296pp. et 372pp., relié. - Mention fourth edition, after the French original published in 1751; illustrated with a frontispiece and 15 figures by Ringed by Aveline, Chedel, Fessard and Pasquier. "Lovely illustration of the best times of Plover." Cohen. Translated and adapted by De La Place.Plein glossy and mottled brown calf. Smooth back decorated. Part of title and volume number in red morocco. Lack head and tail of volume I. A lack of volume III tail. Petis gaps piece volume number of Volume IV. 5 corners bumped. Friction. Reasonable exemplaire.The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling is unquestionably one of the great masterpieces of English literature. He spends the English picaresque genre with a bright mixture of various genres, the novel of manners, the sentimental novel and that of a typical English satirical prose encountered in Swift. Fielding Joseph Andrews had previously given, a kind of satire of the sentimental novel fashion, Pamela Richardson, Jonathan Wild and history, and it was already two master strokes, he signed with Tom Jones implemented a multiple, deep, although always in the same vein as Joseph Andrews; its influence is great in France, England and unalterable, even in Thomas Hardy and George Elliot. The echoes of this style if English find great echoes Dickens. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Mention de quatrième édition, après l'originale française parue en 1751 ; illustrée d'un frontispice et de 15 figures par Gravelot par Avéline, Chedel, Fessard et Pasquier."Charmante illustration du meilleur temps de Gravelot". Cohen. Traduction et adaptation par De La Place. Reliure en plein veau brun glacé et marbré. Dos lisse orné. Pièce de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Manque en tête et queue du tome I. Un manque en queue du tome III. Petis manques à la pièce de tomaison du tome IV. 5 coins émoussés. Frottements. Assez bon exemplaire. The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling est sans conteste l'un des grands chefs-d'oeuvre de la littérature anglaise. Il consacre le genre picaresque anglais avec un mélange éclatant de divers genres, celui du roman de moeurs, celui du roman sentimental et celui d'une prose satirique typiquement anglaise que l'on rencontre chez Swift. Fielding avait auparavant donné Joseph Andrews, sorte de satire du roman sentimental à la mode, Pamela de Richardson, et Histoire de Jonathan Wild, et c'était déjà deux coups de maître, il signe avec Tom Jones une oeuvre multiple, profonde, bien que toujours dans la même veine que Joseph Andrews ; son influence sera grande en France, et inaltérable en Angleterre, jusque chez Thomas Hardy et George Elliot. Les échos de ce style si anglais trouveront de grands échos chez Dickens.

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        Histoire de la Réformation ou Mémoires de Jean Sleidan sur l'état de la Re EDITION ORIGINALE

      A La Haye: Chez Frederic Staatman, 1767. Fine. Chez Frederic Staatman, A La Haye 1767, 3 tomes en 3 Vol. in 4 (21x28cm), xlii, 448pp. et 502pp. et 361pp. (1) (84), relié. - First edition of this French translation by Peter Courayer; a first translation was published in 1558 under the original title: Comments on the state of religion and the Republic under the Empire of Charles V. Title pages in red and black. Sheepskin brown half contemporary. Back to nerves Jansenist. Parts beige titles. boards speckled brown paper. Few hiccups with gaps on the backs. Friction. Good enough copies bindings editor, uncut. . Remarkable history of the empire of Charles V and more specifically the Reformation 1517-1556 The book is divided into 24 books with a detailed summary and progress annually; the translator has added some notes and explanations. The author does not reduce its history the Empire of Charles V but extends to Europe, especially to France in its relations with the German Empire. Found in the past that interest ambassador Jean Sleidan, and a willingness to understand all the world in motion. This book is still the basis of modern historiography for any study of the Reformation. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale de cette traduction française par Pierre le Courayer ; une première traduction avait été publiée en 1558 sous le titre original : Commentaires sur l'état de la religion de et de la République sous l'Empire de Charles Quint. Pages de titres en rouge et noir. Reliure en demi basane brune d'époque. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Pièces de titres beiges. Plats de papier moucheté brun. Quelques accrocs avec manques sur les dos. Frottements. Assez bons exemplaires en reliures d'éditeur, non rognées. Remarquable histoire de l'empire de Charles Quint et plus précisément de la Réformation de 1517 à 1556. L'ouvrage est divisé en 24 livres dotés d'un sommaire détaillé et progresse par année ; le traducteur y a ajouté des notes et des éclaircissements. L'auteur ne réduit pas son histoire à l'empire de Charles Quint mais l'étend à l'Europe et plus particulièrement à la France dans ses rapports avec l'empire germanique. On retrouve dans cet intérêt le passé d'ambassadeur de Jean Sleidan, et une volonté de comprendre en totalité le monde en marche. Cet ouvrage constitue encore la base de l'historiographie moderne pour toute étude de la Réforme.

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