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        Historia de la conquista de mexico, poblacion, y progressos de la America septentrional, conocido por el nombre de Nueva Espana.

      En la impreta de Don Antonio Mayoral 1768 - - En la impreta de Don Antonio Mayoral, En Madrid 1768, Pet. in 4 (15x21cm), (24) 549pp., relié. - Nouvelle édition, après l'originale parue en 1684. Impression sur deux colonnes. Plein Velin souple d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume. Traces de lacets. Reliure détachée de l'ouvrage, et portant un large manque en queue. Célèbre ouvrage dont l'histoire eut un grand retentissement en Europe, et notamment en France par sa traduction en 1692. Rivadeneyra avait été nommé historiographe des Indes. L'ouvrage conte l'expédition de Cortes et la conquête du Mexique, ou plus précisément de l'empire des Aztèques, autrement appelé Nouvelle Espagne. Les principales sources que l'auteur utilisa furent les lettres de Cortez et les oeuvres de Lopez de Gomara. Le livre conte en outre les nombreuses relations qu'eut Cortez avec Montezuma et donnent d'intéressants aperçus sur les moeurs et les coutumes des indiens. Nombreux renseignements économiques sur la population et l'accroissement de la colonie.? (24) 549pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        DICTIONNAIRE RAISONNE UNIVERSEL D'HISTOIRE NATURELLE.

      - 1768. Paris, chez Lacombe. 2ème édition. 4 vol. in-4. Basane marbrée. Dos à nerfs très ornés de motifs dorés, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, pièce de tomaison en maroquin brun-noir, petite guirlande dorée encadrant les plats avec fleuron d'angle, double filet à froid sur les coupes, tranches rouges, intérieur marbré caillouté. Reliure solide, assez frottée; coiffes du Vol.I et III endommagées. Bon état intérieur. Deuxième édition (la 1ère date de 1764 et est en 5 vol. in-8) et la seule parue en format in-4, du plus important dictionnaire d'histoire naturelle du 18ème siècle. Il fut réédité plusieurs fois, notamment en hollandais en 1767 et en 1770.

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        LE NECROLOGE DES HOMMES CELEBRES DE FRANCE 1768 & 1777

      A Maestricht, Chez J. E. Dupour & Ph. Roux, 1768. Book. Good. Hardcover. 4 ½ x 6 ½. TITLE: LE NECROLOGE DES HOMMES CELEBRES DE FRANCE 1768 & 1777 AUTHOR: Unsure, the book is written in French!!! Possibly the author could be M. le Comte D'Albon. PUBLISHER - (LOCATION) /COPYRIGHT: A Maestricht, Chez J. E. Dupour & Ph. Roux, Imprimeurs & Libraires. Soulager, Necrologe, 1777 EDITION: First Edition Assumed CATEGORY: Foreign, super rare ---NOT SIGNED--- BINDING/COVER: Hardback without dust jacket CONDITION: (All defects if any are formulated into pricing by ViewFair Books Books. If ViewFair Books miss any defects or highlights on any book/printings, our policy is to make immediate amends to any customer): There are two volumes for sale. The second volume has a hinge that is cracking but still intact. Volume 1 or A is a little rough looking on the outside with natural age brown to the pages. Book is without marks or writings, pages are clean, and book is tight and sturdy. ON THE SECOND ENDPAPER WITH WHAT APPEARS TO THE HALF TITLE PAGE, THE BOOKS HAVE THE FOLLOWING: LE NECROLOGE DES HOMMES CELEBRES DE FRANCE. TOME SECOND. Annee 1768 ; LE NECROLOGE DES HOMMES CELEBRES DE FRANCE. TOME SEPTIEME. Necrologe 1777. SIZE: 4 x 6 ½ (approximately) PAGES: 199, pages BACKGROUND/DESCRIPTION: Not sure if books is of a large set, unsure, the book is written in French!!! First Edition Assumed. A Maestricht, Chez J. E. Dupour & Ph. Roux, Imprimeurs & Libraires. 1768, 1777. LE NECROLOGE DES HOMMES CELEBRES DE FRANCE. ELOGE HISTORIQUE DE M. QUESNAY, More en 1775. Par M. le Comte D'Albon. COMPETITIVE PRICING! InvCode 004088 ViewFair Books : E 599 H 650 V550.

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        AN ACCOUNT OF THE ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS, IN 1767, COMMUNICATED IN A LETTER FROM THE HONOURABLE ISAAC JAMINEAU, ESQ....TO JOHN MORGAN, M.D. F.R.S. AND PROFESSOR OF MEDICINE IN THE COLLEGE OF PHILADELPHIA...[caption title]

      [Philadelphia. ca. 1768-1769].. Broadside, 13 x 8 1/4 inches. Printed in three columns. Sheet trimmed close around text. Three small tears in edges, intruding slightly into the text, but with no loss. Old fold lines. About very good. An unrecorded American colonial broadside, printing the text of a letter from the British consul in Naples to Dr. John Morgan in Philadelphia, and giving a firsthand account of the 1767 eruption of Vesuvius. Jamineau describes the first warning signs of the eruption, as black clouds emanated from the volcano, followed by severe tremblings in the earth. He then recounts how the lava flowed out of the volcano in all directions, forcing the king to evacuate his palace and retreat toward Naples and beyond. The aftermath of the eruption is also described, as smoke and ash emanated from Vesuvius for a week. Jamineau also includes a history of Vesuvius eruptions dating back to 79 A.D. John Morgan, Jamineau's correspondent, was born in Philadelphia in 1735 and studied medicine in England and France before returning to the American colonies to practice medicine and teach. He was an important force in spreading the teaching of medical techniques in the colonies, helped found the American Society for Promoting Useful Knowledge in 1766-67, was a physician at the Pennsylvania Hospital, and was named medical director of the Continental Army in 1775. The caption title of this broadside notes that it was "published by order of" the American Society for Promoting Useful Knowledge. Though it is undated, the American Society for Promoting Useful Knowledge was merged with the American Philosophical Society in 1769 and subsumed its name to that of the older organization, so it is likely that this was printed sometime in 1768 or 1769. We can find no record of this broadside in Evans, Bristol, Shipton & Mooney, NAIP, Hildebrand, or OCLC. Unrecorded, interesting, and apparently unique.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        Evènemens historiques, relatifs aux provinces de Bengale et à l'empire de l'Indostan.

      Arkstée et Merkus, Amsterdam 1768 - In 8 plein veau d'époque, 2 partie en 1 volume, XXVIII (2) - 208 pages / (2) 184 pages, 9 planches et cartes. Un mors fendu sinon bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: La Basse Fontaine]
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        Opuscules de Chirurgie.

      - Chez Guillaume Desprez, 1768-1772, 1 volume de 200x260 mm environ, (1) f., faux-titre, titre, avant-propos, table, 253 pages, (1) f. (privilège), - viij ff., 306 pges, (1) f. (errata), (1) f., reliure plein veau marbré fauve, dos à 5 nerfs portant titres et tomaison dorés, orné de caissons à fleurons dorés, tranches rouges, gardes marbrées. Noms et date sur les gardes blanches, un mors fendu sur 9 cm, des frottements sur les nerfs, coins émoussés, coiffes ébréchées, intérieur bien conservé pour cet ouvrage rare comprenant des textes importants de neurochirurgie. Sauveur-François Morand, né à Paris en 1697 et mort en 1773, est un chirurgien français. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL]
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        An Essay on the Opera, 1768

      R. Urie, Glasgow, Edinburgh 1768 - 1768. Originally written in Italian, [Algarotti 1712-1764], this is the Second UK Edition published in Glasgow the year after the first English edition was published in London. A rare book found only in a handful of libraries around the world and even fewer private collections. Dedicated to William Pitt. Musical Composition; Of the Recitative, and Singing; Of the Dances; Of the Scenery; Of the Structure of the Theatres.and more. Quarter black leather & tan binding is very good/strong with wear/rubbing to spine/boards/corners, small indentation to front board which is size of pen head, tiny loss at head of spine. Gilt titles & ruled bands to spine. Algarotti is considered the preeminent critic of early Opera. No inscriptions, clean & tight with normal wear as per age. 182pp. A VERY SCARCE BOOK. 450 [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Stray Dog Booksellers-ABA Member]
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        EXPEDIENTE DE HIDALGUIA

      - MANUSCRITO EXPEDIENTE DE HIDALGUIA Sentencia y probanza definitiva del hidalguía otorgada por la Sala de Alcaldes de los Hijosdalgo de la Chancillería de Valladlolid a favor de don DAMASO OLIVEROS, vecino residente en la Ciudad de Leon, natural y originario de la villa de Cavanillas del Campo de la campiña de Alcala, jurisdicción de Guadalaxara. Casa solar infanzona Villa de Canales en Ruerrero en el concejo y valle de Valderredible el Real, comprendido en el Baston de Laredo arzobispado y montañas de Burgos. Escudo de armas dibujado e iluminado a mano. 141 folios manuscritos. Dada en Madrid, a veintiseis de Abril de mil setecientos sesenta y ocho (1768). Encuadernación en folio plena piel con composición de hierros dorados en tapas y cierres metálicos, cortes dorados.

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        An Analytical Essay on the Greek Alphabet : a description of the collection of Ancient Marbles in the British Museum ; Poems By Mr Gray

      London 1768 - 3 volumes bound together; boards covered with marbled paper, spine in brown leather, titles in gilt to light brown leather insert. Boards faded and rubbed with wear to edges and corners. Spine rubbed with cracking to rear external hinge, decoration and titles nearly rubbed away. Cracking at both inner hinges, binding firm. Previous owner has written an index in ink to verso of ffep. Section 1 - Greek Alphabet - (Pp.1 -128) dated 1791; foxing to prelims and final pages, very occasional pencil marginalia. Section 2 - Ancient Marbles (not paginated) two sections, dated and 1812 and 1815; many engravings, some mild foxing. Section 3 - Poems by Gray (Pp 1-63), dated 1768; very minimal foxing. Please note: large heavy item - postage rates on request. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Journal d'un Voyage à la Louisiane fait en 1720. Par M***, Capitaine de Vaisseau du Roi

      The Hague, 'et se trouve à Paris': Chez Muiser, Fils, & Fournier, 1768. 12mo. Contemporary sheep-backed figured paper-covered boards, spine in six compartments with raised bands, the bands flanked by double gilt fillets, lettering-piece in the second compartment A fine copy of the first edition of one of the rarest early publications about Louisiana. The author of this work, De Vallette-Laudun, was the commander of the Toulouse , and led the French government-backed scientific expedition of 1720 to Louisiana, the French West Indies and Gulf of Mexico. It resulted in the first detailed survey of Louisiana, just three years after the founding of New Orleans, at the height of enthusiasm over John Law's Mississippi Company. The present epistolary narrative contains 132 letters addressed to an unnamed lady, which together provide a vivid picture of the expedition and include interesting details concerning Santo Domingo, Cuba and the French settlements in Louisiana and the Mississippi valley. This is one of the rarest early works on Louisiana: just five copies are located by the Catalogue Collectif de France, and only two copies are listed as having sold at auction in France in the past fifty years. We could locate only the Littell copy selling at auction in the U.S. (Parke-Bernet, 1945). The present copy (like the Littell copy) is without the two final leaves (the 'approbation censoriale' and the 'privilège'); the catalogue of the Bibliotheque Nationale de France notes that these leaves are "absents de certains exemplaires, ont dû être ajoutés après". Bell V14; Clark I:164; Howes V12; Sabin 98393. (6 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches). [1]-8, 1-316 pp. Half-title. (Without the two final leaves giving the 'approbation censoriale' and the 'privilège' issued later [see below]).

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        Coleccion General de Documentos tocantes a la persecución que los regulares de la Compañía suscitaron y siguieron tenazmente.contra Don Bernardino de Cárdenas, Obispo del Paraguay, expeliendole tres veces de su obispado a fuerza de armas y de manejos de dichos Regulares de la Compañía, por evitar que este Prelado entrase ni visitase sus Misiones del Paraná, Uruguay e Itati. Tomo Segundo.

      Madrid, en la Imprenta Real de la Gaceta, 1768. - 4to. imperial; 5 hs., 84 pp., 283 pp. Encuadernación de la época, en pergamino.

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        Ranunculus II, Orpheus

      Nuremberg 1768 - The “Hortus Nitidissimis Omnem Per Annum Superbiens Floribus Sive Amoenissimorum Florum Imagines” was published between 1750 and 1786 as a periodical intended, when collected, to form an unmatched collection of botanical prints. The engravings are based on the drawings collected from various artists by the famous Nuremberg physician and amateur botanist Christopher Jacob Trew. Although the plates were produced using engraving techniques common to the period, each plate was completed individually through hand coloring. The variations in plates between different known volumes indicates that more than one artist was involved in this process. These variations render every volume of the work unique. Trew’s good friend Georg Dionysius Ehret, considered the most important and influential botanical artist of the mid-18th century, was a chief artist of this endeavor. Ehret was born to farmers in Heidelberg, Germany in 1708, and showed an early propensity for drawing. As a young man he was employed primarily as a gardener and he used his time spent gardening to examine and practice drawing botanicals and the natural world around him. Eventually his art attracted the attention of Dr. Trew who gave Ehret financial patronage and with whom he worked on the Hortus Nitidissimis as well as Plantae Selectae. These botanical engravings are considered the finest records of cultivated flowers of the time and are noted as being precisely engraved and exquisitely colored. This hand colored engraving, Ranunculs II, Orpheus, 19.25” x 2.5”, is in excellent condition with few stains in the margins. Ranunculus is a genus of flowering herbaceous perennials including buttercups, spearworts and water crowfoot. This engraving is elegantly hand colored and delicately shoes the blooming pink flowers rising about the well detailed and multi-colored stems and leaves.

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        Delle Terme Porrettane

      Nella Stamperia di Giovanni Zempel, Rome 1768 - 283 pp. 4to, 29 cm, four copper engraved plates; large fold-outs, plus title vignette, head and tail pieces and initials. Index and errata page. A discussion of the magical mineral waters and baths of Porreta Terme near Bologna at the foot of the Appennines. Elegantly printed with wide text margins, title page remargined, uncut, lastf ew leaves with dampstains in gutter not affecting text, a very clean and crisp copy. Recased in later full boards. Near fine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Royoung Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        Officium Hebdomadae Sanctae juxta ritum Sac.Ord.Praedicatorum sub reverendissimo Patre Fr.Jo.Thoma De Boxadors ejusdem ordinis Magistro Generali

      Romae, typis Octavi Puccinelli 1768 - In 16mo;pp.399. Sheepskin, gilt decorations on both sides. Back in sections. Tears at the top and bottom of the spine. Cm. 16 x 10. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: CASELLA STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO ALAI-ILAB]
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        Histoire du gouvernement de Venise, avec des notes historiques et politiques, par le sieur Amelot de La Houssaie. Nouvelle edition, revue, corrigée & augmentée, avec figures. Tome premier [-troisieme].

      - A Lyon, chez Pierre Bruyset Ponthus, a l'entree de la rue St. Dominique, pres du cloitre des rr.pp. jacobins, 1768, voll. 3, in-12, leg. coeva in piena pelle marmorizzata, dorsi a 5 nervi con titolo e fregi fitomorfi impressi in oro negli scomparti, (lievi mancanze al dorso del primo volume, qualche leggera spellatura sparsa) tagli marmorizzati, pp. [2], 74, [10], 410 - [2], da 411 a 934, [2] - [2], 330, [4], da 331 a 344. Con 8 belle tavv. incise in rame (antiporta compresa) anche più volte ripiegate f.t. al primo volume (da segnalare quella con la regata del Bucintoro). Un fascicolo mal-posizionato al terzo volume. Opera famosa, alla quale rispose polemicamente anche Giacomo Casanova. Questa - analoga a quella, sempre di Lione, del 1740 - è la più bella edizione. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'ami de la France, ou observations patriotiques sur l'administration des finances, l'agriculture, le commerce, la population & sur tous les objets qui peuvent contribuer à la richesse de l'état, pour servir de suite à l'ami des hommes par M. de Mirabeau. Tome premier (-second)

      La Haye et Paris, chez Cailleau 1768 - Two volumes in 12mo; pp. (2) half title, (2) title, (2) errata, (2) table, I-L discours préliminaire, 3-368 le consolateur pour servir de réponse à la théorie de l'impôt (pages 1-2 are the errata leaf, but this is bound behind the title leaf); pp. (4), 1-228 idées générales et abrégées sur différens objets politiques. Contemporary marbled calf, raised bands, spines gilt in compartments with two red gilt lettering-pieces, marbled endpapers, red edges, no rubbing or bumping, first and last leaves browned, else clean and crisp, a very good and decorative set. First edition under this title. According to Barbier I/130 and Higgs 3011 this work is based on two books which Saint-Supplix published in 1763 (le consolateur) and 1760 (l'homme désintéressé). He is arguing against opinions which see France economically and politically on the decline. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nouvelles.

      Chez Arkstée |& Merkus 1768 - - Chez Arkstée & Merkus, & A LeipzigA Amsterdam 1768, 2 tomes en 2 Vol. in 12 (9,5x17cm), XLIV 358pp. et (2) 396pp., relié. - Mention de nouvelle édition, augmentée de trois nouvelles et de la vie de l'auteur (déjà parue en 1744 avant cette date, les édition ne comprenaient que 10 nouvelles). Le faux-titre du second volume porte l'intitulé Oeuvres diverses, ces deux volumes, bien que vendus à part, pouvaient se placer après le Dom Quichotte en 6 volumes. Le titre original des Nouvelles exemplaires a été utilisé en même temps dans d'autres éditions. Traduction par l'abbé Martin de Chassonville.Elle est illustrée d'un portrait de l"auteur gravé par Gentot d"après Kent, et de 13 planches, dont 12 gravées par Aveline d"après Folkéma, et une par Daudel. Les gravures sont jolies et plaisantes, avec des intérieurs typiques (pharmacie, hôpital.).Plein Veau marbré d'époque. Dos lisse orné de 4 fleurons, roulette en queue. Pièce de titre en maroquin grenat et de tomaison en maroquin rouge. Triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats avec fleurons angulaires. Roulette intérieure. Tranches dorées. Un coin émoussé. Frottements divers, mais belle reliure d'époque. Bon exemplaire.Les Nouvelles exemplaires parurent originellement en 1613. Le titre d'exemplaires fut ajouté fièrement par Cervantes pour affirmer qu'il était le premier à avoir créer en Espagne des nouvelles de ce type, inspirées par le modèle italien. Ex-libris gravé du XVIII aux armes : De la bibliothèque de M. Aubin. XLIV 358pp. et (2) 396pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Theophili Folengi vulgo Merlini Cocaii Opus Macaronicum notis illustratum. Cui accessit vocabularium vernaculum, etruscum, et latinum. Editio omnium locupletissima.

      Amstelodami [Mantova], sumptibus Josephi Braglia, typographi Mantuani ad signum Virgilii, MDCCLXVIII (1768). - 2 voll. in-4° grande (330 x 210 mm). Bella legatura novecentesca con doppi tasselli rossi, titoli e fregi in oro. Stupenda edizione con frontespizio in caratteri neri e rossi. Incisione di Domenico Cagnoni con il ritratto di Folengo in antiporta. Belle illustrazioni di gusto veneziano nei capilettera, testatine e finalini (35 nel primo volume; 40 nel secondo). Esemplare freschissimo in barbe. I: pp. (4), 8, (1), 307, (19); tavola genealogica dell’autore ripiegata nell’ultima pagina della vita di Folengo, p. LV; 1768. II: pp. (6), 411, (1); numerossime pagine ancora intonse; errore num. p. 124 per 224, p. 208 per 308, p. 233 per 333; 1771. La più completa edizione delle opere di Folengo con, oltre all’Opus Macaronicum, la Zanitonella, la Moscheide e gli Epigrammi; in fondo viene aggiunto anche un vocabolario mantovano-toscano-latino.Brunet, I, p. 557.

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        THE JOURNAL OF A TWO MONTHS TOUR; WITH A VIEW OF PROMOTING RELIGION AMONG THE FRONTIER INHABITANTS OF PENSYLVANIA [sic], AND OF INTRODUCING CHRISTIANITY AMONG THE INDIANS TO THE WESTWARD OF THE ALEGH-GENY MOUNTAINS

      London. 1768.. 110pp. plus one leaf of ads. Late 19th-century three-quarter gilt morocco and marbled boards, spine gilt. Boards rubbed and worn at edges. Pages lightly soiled and tanned. A very good copy, untrimmed. The rare first edition, "quite difficult to procure complete" (Field). The Irish-born missionary was one of the most popular preachers of his day, travelling extensively in Europe as well as America. In 1760 he was sent with Duffield to observe and investigate the condition of the Indian tribes. This account, one of only a few pieces by Beatty ever to see publication, includes "the first account of Indian towns in southeast Ohio" (Howes), interviews with Indian chiefs, and encounters with Delaware Indians, whom Beatty conjectures to be descended from the Ten Tribes. "The tour of this zealous and intelligent observer to the Indian towns in Pennsylvania and Ohio, lying far beyond the frontiers, was made at a period of great interest in their history. The warriors of the Delaware and Shawnese had ravaged them with the tomahawk and firebrand for twenty years, and the Journal of the missionary is filled with notes of their awful massacres. It is very full and minute in its details of interviews with Indian chiefs, and the various phases of aboriginal life which attracted his attention" - Field. HOWES B281, "b." VAIL 589. THOMSON 72. FIELD 102. BELL B125. JCB I:1607. WINSOR I, pp.110, 116. SABIN 4149. PILLING, PROOF-SHEETS 324.

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        Tratado del Origen y Arte de Escribir Bien.

      en la imprenta de Carlos Sapera. 1768 - - en la imprenta de Carlos Sapera., Barcelona 1768, in Folio (21x31cm), (10) 116pp. 25 pl., relié. - Edition originale (l'édition de 1766 étant une mention fictive pour 1770) illustrée de 25 planches calligraphiques, dont les trois dernières ne sont que les différents alphabets, samaritain, arabe. de même les trois planches qui précèdent ne sont pas des planches gravées (lettres majuscules floréales). A noter p. 40 une grande vignette représentant un abécédaire dans un cercle dont le centre est une étoile. Le feuillet qui suit le titre est également une planche gravée, c'est la dédicace au roi, avec son portrait en médaillon , une succession de boucles forment le personnage et le décor. Nous n'avons pu déterminer si cette première édition contenait le portrait de l'auteur qu'on trouve dans les éditions de 1770, lesquelles possèdent par ailleurs des différences notables avec la première édition. Un seul exemplaire à la BN de France de 1768, aucun dans les catalogues français. La British Library possède un exemplaire de l'édition de 1766 (1770) et un autre de celle de 1768. Plein Parchemin d'époque souple. Dos lisse avec titre en long à la plume, estompé et peu lisible. Quelques tâches sur les plats. Une mouillure jaune pâle sur la page de titre, ayant bruni les marges du feuillet. L'ouvrage n'est pas seulement un exposé de l'art de l'écriture, mais également un traité linguistique et phonétique de la langue espagnole, avec les différences provinciales. Etiquette Libros Antiguos Puvill. Barcelona. (10) 116pp. 25 pl. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        The Peerage of England; Containing A Genealogical and Historical Account of all the Peers of that Kingdom, Now existing, either by Tenure, Summons, or Creation: Their Descents and Collateral Lines: Their Births, Marriages, and Issue: Famous Actions both in War and Peace: Religious and Charitable Donations: Deaths, Places of Burial, Monuments, Epitaphs: And many valuable Memoirs never before printed. Also Their Paternal Coats of Arms, Crests, Supporters and Mottoes, Curiously engraved on Copper-Plates. Collected from Records, Old Wills, Authentic Manuscripts, our most approved Historians, and other Authorities, which are cited. The Fourth Edition, carefully Corrected, and continued to the present Time.

      London: Printed for H. Woodfall J. Beecrof W. Strahan.et al 1768 - 7 volumes. 8vo, 205 x 120 mms., pp. [viii], 426 [427 - 448 Index; 16 engraved coats of arms]; [iv], 487 [488 blank, 489 - 504 Index; 15 engraved coats of arms]; [iv], 493, [494 - 514 Index; 25 engraved coats of arms]; [iv], 411 [412 blank, 413 - 427 Index, 428 blank; 19 engraved coats of arms]; [iv],499 [500 blank, 501 - 516 Index; 23 engraved coats of arms]; [iv]; 627 [628 blank, 629 - 644 Index; 45 engraved coats of arms, genealogical chart on page 496]; [iv], 655 [656 blank, 657 - 467 Index, 468 blank; 54 engraved coats of arms], including half-title in each volume, contemporary fair polished calf, gilt borders on covers, raised bands between gilt rules on spines, red morocco labels; lower half of rear joint on volume 7 slightly cracked, but otherwise a fine and attractive set. This was the first edition to be published after the death of Collins (1681/2–1760); the first edition had been published in 1709. Later editions benefited from the earlier work of Sir William Dugdale, whose Baronage of England had been published in 1675. At some stage, Collins also acquired a manuscript of Dugdale's work, which had been owned by Gregory King, Lancaster herald, with his own notes. Collins' work became the basis for Sir Egerton Brydges' edition of the peerage published in 1812; and finally, of course, for Cockayne's "monumental" Complete Peerage (1887 - 1898). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        RECHERCHES SUR LE POULS.

      - 1768. Paris, Didot le Jeune. 2ème édition. 2 vol. in-12. Pleine basane. Dos à nerfs ornés de fleurons dorés, pièces en maroquin brun, tranches rouges, intérieur marbré tourniquet. Nombreux signes d'usage, coiffes supérieures endommagées, pièces de tomaison frottées, coins émoussés. Bon état intérieur.

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        Gustaviade, hjälte-dikt i tolf sånger.

      1768 1768 - + Försök om Epopée, poëme epique eller hjälte-dikt. Stockholm, tryckt hos directeuren Lars Salvius, 1768. Med kobberstukket portræt af Gutav Vasa efter L. Parsch, stukket af P. Floding 1768; samt med 8 kobberstukne nodeplancher. (4) + 167 + 40 s. Eksemplar på skrivepapir indbundet med helt guldsnit i samtidigt, lidt slidt helskind med farvet titelfelt og gulddekorationer på ryggen. * Med dedikation fra forfatteren til Madame d' Hasselgren. Forfatteren hed frem til 1767 Brander, men skiftede efter at være blevet adlet til Skjöldebrand. Meget sjældent med portrættet af Gustav Vasa.

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        A Map of North America, from the Latest Surveys and Maps by John Blair LLD & FRS,

      London 1768 - First Edition, a copper engraved map of North America engraved by Thomas Kitchin , late colouring, a single sheet measuring 415mm by 570mm, with copperplate mark and margins measuring 468mm by 630mm, with good quality 6 line and wash border mount, overall measurement 580mm by 720mm, With fold marks as usual but in very good condition. This large detailed map was printed when Britain still held the thirteen American colonies prior to the American War of Independence. It is an important map of British North America showing the eastern territories. It maps Indian tribes, rivers, cities, towns and non existent islands on Lake Superior. John Blair, died 1782, Church of England Clergyman and Chronologist, was descended from the Blairs of Balthayock, Perthshire Scotland. He was born and educated in Edinburgh, where he trained for a career in the Church of Scotland along with Hugh Blair, Alexander Carlyle, John Home, William Robertson, and other young men who would become well known for their association with the Scottish Enlightenment. He visited London with a patrimony of several hundred pounds and remained in London for the rest of his life. In the early 1750's Blair issued proposals for printing by subscription the "General Chronology and History of the World" which was published in the summer of 1754. The book quickly became the standard work of its kind and was frequently reprinted throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. To the 1768 edition Blair added a set of fourteen large elegant engraved maps and "A Dissertation on the Rise and Progress of Geography". This series of fourteen maps were the only maps he ever published. A French translation of the Chronology and History of the World appeared in Paris in 1797 and there were several American editions in the 1820's. A London edition was published as late as 1904. The success of Blair's work led to the author's election as a Fellow of the Royal Society of London in 1755. In 1761 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Antiquaries.

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        Historia del Colegio Viejo de San Bartholomé, Mayor de la célebre Universidad de Salamanca. Segunda parte, tomo primero. Que contiene las vidas de los cinco fundadores de los insignes Colegios Mayores de Santa Cruz de Valladolid, de Santiago el Zebedeo (llamado vulgarmente de Cuenca), de San Salvador de Oviedo, del nombrado del Arzobispo de la Universidad de Salamanca y del de San Ildephonso de Alcalá, y un Catálogo de los excelentes varones que han vestido sus Becas. A que siguen las entradas de los que desde el año de 1640 hasta el de 1768 han sido elegidos en el Mayor de San Bartholomé. Corregido y aumentado por Don José de Rojas y Contreras, Marqués de Albentos, Colegial de San Bartholomé.

      Madrid, por Andrés Ortega, 1768. - Folio; 12 hojas, 1058 pp. Con 6 grabados con retratos entre el texto. Ejemplar carente de dos láminas. Fuertes trazas de polilla en portada, hojas preliminares y quince primeras páginas, así como en las últimas treinta. Taladros puntuales y mínimos en el resto del ejemplar, que no afectan al texto. Salvo estos aspectos excelente ejemplar. Encuadernación de época en piel, con lomera ornada y tejuelo.

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        The Narrative of the Honourable John Byron, Commander in a Late Expedition Round the World. Containing an Account of the Great Distresses Suffered by Himself and His Companions on the Coast of Patagonia, from the Year 1740, Till Their Arrival in England, 1746, with a Description of St. Jago de Chili, and the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants, Also a Relation of the Loss of the Wager Man of War, One of Admiral Anson's Squadron

      London: Printed for S. Baker and G. Leigh 1768, 1st edition. (Hardcover) viii,257pp. Very good, no dust jacket. Octavo. Engraved frontipiece by Grignion from a painting by S. Wale. Bound in 1 / 2 calf and marbled boards with gilt ruled raised bands and gilt lettered red leather spine label. Hill p.41-2. Narrative of the shipwreck of the 'Wager,' part of Anson's sqaudron, on an island of the coast of Chile. Byron, a midshipman, describes the privations endured by the survivors who remained with Captain David Cheap, taken prisoners by the Indians and later turned over to the Spanish authorities. The work was used by his grandson Lord Byron, the poet, in Canto II of his work 'Don Juan'. Byron would later go on to become governor of Newfoundland and promoted to admiral in 1775..

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        Doutes proposés aux philosophes économistes, sur l'ordre naturel et essentiel des sociétés politiques.

      à La Haye, et se trouve à Paris, chez Nyon & Durand, 1768. - 12mo. VIII+316 pp. Hardcover. Contemp. gilt calf. Good. (Top of spine sl. dam; ink stain in lower edges throughout, run out in lower margins between pp. 43 and 80). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LE GRAND DICTIONNAIRE GEOGRAPHIQUE, HISTORIQUE ET CRITIQUE.

      - 1768. Paris, chez les Libraires Associés. 6 vol. in-folio. Vol.I: (3 ff.: bl., fx-t., titre), XII pp. de préface, 572 pp. + 226 pp. + 188 pp., (bl.). Vol.II: (3 ff.: bl., fx-t., titre), 1004 pp., (bl.). Vol.III: (3 ff.: bl., fx-t., titre), 954 pp. (bl.). Vol.IV: (3 ff.: bl., fx-t., titre), 1146 pp., (bl.). Vol.V: (3 ff.: bl., fx-t., titre), 748 pp. (bl.). Vol.VI: (3 ff.: bl., fx-t. titre), p 1 à 3 puis 752 à 1120, + 400 pp. + p. 401 à 433: 40 tables politiques de la Suisse, par le Pasteur C.E. Faber. Plein veau blond moucheté, dos à nerfs très décorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin brun-clair, double filet doré sur les coupes, triple filet à froid encadrant les plats, tranches marbrées, intérieur marbré. Peu de traces d'usage, bon état intérieur. Ex-Libris. Bel exemplaire, très décoratif, exceptionnel dans cet état. La meilleure édition, fortement augmentée, de ce grand dictionnaire publié pour la 1ère fois à La Haye (1726-1730). Il comporte un important appendice sur la Suisse. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Observations on the Dropsy in the Brain

      Edinburgh: John Balfour, by Balfour, Auld, & Smellie 1768 - 8vo. [4], 158, [3], 160-193, [1] p. ; 21 cm. Bound in contemporary leather. Good binding and cover. Professionally restored. Several writings and a poem on FEP and inside board. Contemporary bookplate of Douglas of Deal and John P. Sheahan on inside front board. Gift inscription on FEP and owners script on initial title page of William Henry Baumgartner, 1801. Clean, unmarked pages with minimal toning. Please feel free to view our photographs. Robert Whytt (1714 in Edinburgh to 1766) was a Scottish physician. His work, on unconscious reflexes, tubercular meningitis, urinary bladder stones, and hysteria, is remembered now most for his book on diseases of the nervous system. He served as President of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Narrative of the Honourable John Byron. Containing an Account of the Great Distresses Suffered by Himself and His Companions

      S Baker and G Leigh 1768 London, 1768 Very good bound in 3/4 leather with marbled boards 2d Hardbound Octavo viii, 257pp Small repair to frontispiece, previous owener's name on half title, new period end papers.. Hardcover.

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        Poems by Mr. Gray

      Gray, Thomas. Poems by Mr. Gray. Robert & Andrew Foulis, Printers to the University, Glasgow: 1768. The 1st Scottish edition, published the same as the first London, published by Dodsley. 4to, (6) 64pp, uncut, printed on laid paper. Bookplate of James Milliken Esq. of Milliken. Some margins slt. dusty. Later rebind in a plain black full calf with "Poems by Mr. Gray" in a gilt lined box on the front. Faint early pencil sketch on the back free endpaper. Gray (1716-71) English poet, "He excelled his contemporaries in meticulous workmanship and in ability to use new materials--medieval Welsh or Scandinavian--with dramatic imaginative power..." Baugh. "His enthusiasm had been roused by the fragments of Gaelic poetry published by Macpherson in 1760. He did his best to believe in their authenticity and found himself in rather uncongenial alliance with Hume, whose skepticism was for once quenched by his patriotism. Gray's interest probably led him to his imitations from the Norse and Welsh. In 1767 Dodsley proposed to republish his poems in a cheap form. Foulis, a Glasgow publisher, made a similar proposal through Beattie at the same time. Dodsley's edition appeared in July 1768, and Foulis's in the following September. Both contained the same poems, including the Fatal Sisters, the Descent of Odin, and the Triumphs of Owen, then first published. Gray took no money, but accepted a present of books from Foulis." DNB.

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        Journal d'un Voyage à la Louisiane fait en 1720. Par M***, Capitaine de Vaisseau du Roi

      Chez Muiser, Fils, & Fournier, The Hague, 'et se trouve à Paris' 1768 - Contemporary sheep-backed figured paper-covered boards, spine in six compartments with raised bands, the bands flanked by double gilt fillets, lettering-piece in the second compartment A fine copy of the first edition of one of the rarest early publications about Louisiana. The author of this work, De Vallette-Laudun, was the commander of the Toulouse , and led the French government-backed scientific expedition of 1720 to Louisiana, the French West Indies and Gulf of Mexico. It resulted in the first detailed survey of Louisiana, just three years after the founding of New Orleans, at the height of enthusiasm over John Law's Mississippi Company. The present epistolary narrative contains 132 letters addressed to an unnamed lady, which together provide a vivid picture of the expedition and include interesting details concerning Santo Domingo, Cuba and the French settlements in Louisiana and the Mississippi valley. This is one of the rarest early works on Louisiana: just five copies are located by the Catalogue Collectif de France, and only two copies are listed as having sold at auction in France in the past fifty years. We could locate only the Littell copy selling at auction in the U.S. (Parke-Bernet, 1945). The present copy (like the Littell copy) is without the two final leaves (the 'approbation censoriale' and the 'privilège'); the catalogue of the Bibliotheque Nationale de France notes that these leaves are "absents de certains exemplaires, ont dû être ajoutés après". Bell V14; Clark I:164; Howes V12; Sabin 98393. (6 1/4 x 3 1/2 inches). [1]-8, 1-316 pp. Half-title. (Without the two final leaves giving the 'approbation censoriale' and the 'privilège' issued later [see below]). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Les dons des enfans de Latone: La musique et la chasse du cerf. Paris, Prault, Desaint und Guerin, 1734. 8°. XII, 1 Bl., 330 S., 1 Bl., mit gestoch. Frontisp. von Le Bas, 7 Kupfertafeln von Le Bas nach Oudry und 50 S. gestoch. Musikbeilagen, Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch. u. Rvg.

      - RISM B VI, 780 - Eitner IX, 146 - Fätis VIII, 21 - Wolffheim I, 1018 - Cohen-R. 952 - Souhart 635 - Thiäbaud 836 - Jeanson 1768 - Schwerdt II, 156: "First and only edition. The book is composed of two poems, one of music and another which is entitled 'Diane, ou les Loix de la Chasse du Cerf', and based on Savary 'Venationis Cervinae . leges', Caen, 1659. At any rate it is a free version thereof, although many new observations and reflections are introduced. This is followed by a dictionary of hunting terms ? a music play called 'Nouvelle Chasse du Cerf' and a treatise on hunting notes."- Enthält die Gedichte "Apollon, ou l'origine des spectacles en musique" in vier Gesängen, "La musique" in vier Gesängen sowie "Diane, ou les loix de la chasse du cerf" in sechs Gesängen. Weiters: "Remarques sur la musique", Transpositions-Tabellen, ein Dictionaire sowie 32 Seiten mit Jagdfanfaren (darunter eine zweistimmig gesetzte). Enthält außerdem (S. 123-146) ein chronologisches Verzeichnis der zwischen 1645 und 1733 in Frankreich aufgeführten Opern (insgesamt 118). ? Die schönen Kupfer mit allegorischen und jagdlichen Darstellungen. ? Vortitel irrtümlich nach S. XII eingebunden. Es fehlt das nach S. XII folgende nahezu weiße Bl. (nur mit Kopfleiste und Seitenzählung "XIII", ohne Text). Vorsatz mit Notizen. Titel mit Paraphe. Leicht gebräunt, wenig fleckig. ? Exemplar aus der "Bibliotheca Tiliana". Rücken und Ecken restauriert, Ebd. etw. berieben u. bestoßen.# Half title erroneously included after page XII. It is missing after page XII following, nearly white sheet (with the headline and page number "XIII", without text), otherwise good copy.

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        Historia Stirpium Indigenarum Helvetiae inchoata.

      - Bernae, Societatis Typographicae, 1768. 3 volumes (bound in 2). Folio. (I:) pp. (4), lxiv, 444, with engraved title vignette and engraved plates 1-20; (II:) pp. (2), 323, with engraved plates 21-44; (III:) pp. (2), 204, with engraved plates 45-48. Contemporary half red calf, spines with 6 raised bands and gilt lettering. Nissen BBI, 774. First edition of this beautiful work on the Flora of Switzerland, in which Haller describes more than 2486 species of which many new. Haller was a student of Boerhaave and informs his readers as follows: 'I described all the plants that I had collected, from their natural characters, as Boerhaave had taught us to do at Leiden'. "As a result of his continuous travelling Haller acquired an intimate knowledge of the flora of the Alps, a knowledge which profoundly influenced his biological outlook. . In his great Swiss flora of 1768 he draws the parallel between the altitudinal zonation of the plants in the Alps and the zonation from north to south in the holarctic flora region" (Stafleu. Linnaeus and the Linnaeans p. 247). The work extensively describes the orchid alpine flora and 23 of the beautifully engraved plates are devoted to this subject. A good uncut copy of this scarce work. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Peerage of England containing A Genealogical and Historical Account of all the peers of that kingdom, Now existing, either by Tenure, Summons, or Creation: Their Descents and Collateral Lines: Their Births, Marriages, and Issue: Famous Actions both in War and Peace: Religious and Charitable Donations: Deaths, Places of Burial, Monuments, Epitaphs: And many valuable Memoirs never before printed. Also Their Paternal Coats of arms, crests, supporters and mottoes, curiously engraved on 200 copper-plates. Collected from Records, Old Wills, Authentic Manuscripts, our most approved Historians, and other Authorities, which are cited.

      London for H. Woodfall, J. Beecroft, W. Strahan, J. Rivington, W. Sandby, J. Fuller, R. Baldwin, L. Hawes, W. Clarke and R. Collins etc., 1768 - leichte Gebrauchsspuren, die Bücher sind in Anbetracht des Alters sehr gut erhalten, die Einbände können stellenweise kleinere Beschädigungen aufweisen, auf die Vorsätze wurden Exlibrisse geklebt, das Papier ist stellenweise fleckig, die in den Büchern enthaltenen Wappentafeln habe ich nicht auf Vollständigkeit überprüft (slight signs of wear, the books are in very good condition given the age, the covers may have minor damage in some places, the inside covers have been provided with bookplates, the paper is stained in places, the Coats of Arms in the books I have not checked for completeness) In Seven Volumes (here are only available Vol. II - Vol. VII / Vol. 1 is missing) Sprache: en Gewicht in Gramm: 5000 dekorative Ledereinbände mit Goldprägung (decorative leather covers with gold embossing) In Seven Volumes (here are only available Vol. II - Vol. VII / Vol. 1 is missing) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Von der Gesundheit der Gelehrten. Aus dem Französischen übersetzt von Joh. Rud. Füeßlin.

      Füeßlin und Compagnie,, Zürich, 1768 - Zürich, Füeßlin und Compagnie, 1768. Kl.8°. 14, 263 S. Halbleder - Einband der Zeit mit RSchildchen. Einige Seiten nur sehr schwach angerändert. Sonst helles, fleckenfreies Papier. Einbandkanten leicht berieben. Wohlerhaltener, gepflegter Gesamteindruck. (s. Foto). Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Sprache: de Einige Seiten nur sehr schwach angerändert. Sonst helles, fleckenfreies Papier. Einbandkanten leicht berieben. Wohlerhaltener, gepflegter Gesamteindruck. (s. Foto). Halbleder - Einband der Zeit mit RSchildchen. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        12 Volumes] THE WORKS OF JONATHAN SWIFT, D.D. DEAN OF ST. PATRICK';S, DUBLIN, ACCURATELY REVISED IN SIX VOLUMES. ADORNED WITH COPPER PLATES; WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHOR';S LIFE, AND NOTES HISTORICAL AND EXPLANATORY BY JOHN HAWKESWORTH [8 Volumes, with] LETTERS, WRITTEN BY THE LATE JONATHAN SWIFT. FROM THE YEAR 1703 TO 1740 [4 Volumes]

      Published and printed variously by C. Bathurst, C. Davis, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, J. Hodges, R. and J. Dodsley, W. Bowyer, L. Davis C. Reymers, W. Johnston, T. Davies, R. Davis, H. Woodfall, W. Strahan, J. Rivington, W. Owens, R. Baldwin, T. Longman, London 1768 - Quarto. Volume I: [2], 8, 43, xviii, 184, [2], viii, 4, 286; Volume II: [4], 231, [4], 176, (restarting at 157)-182; Volume III: [2], vi, iii, 38 [inserted half title] 39-191, [6], 253; Volume IV: [8], 318, [2], ii, 237; Volume V: [4], 258, [4], 144 (printer error in pagination skipping to) 153-232; Volume VI: [4] 210, [2], iii, 218; Volume VII: [lacking half title], iii-viii, 230, iv, 49, 58-221; Volume VIII: xxiii, 278, vii, 196, 195-279, publishers advertisement on verso; Volume X: xxxi, 288; Volume XI: [2], viii, 322; Volume XII: viii, 295; Volume XIII: viii, 320. This is the first of the important Hawkesworth editions, lacking Volume IX and the supplementary Volume XIV which were published in 1775 and 1779 respectively, the last of the volumes printed. Given the nearly 25-year span over which the printing took place it is remarkably difficult to find sets of this edition complete. Volumes I-VI (1755); VII (1763-4); VIII (1765); X-XI (1766); XII-XIII (1768); [lacking Volumes IX (1775) and XIV (1779)]. Full bound in contemporary mottled calf with morocco title and volume labels (through numbered I-XII) with some chipping and loss. 19th century rebacks to some volumes; more recently, damage to spines and boards have been repaired; though there is cracking and tenderness to some spines, they are now relatively stable. All volumes offered are from the First Quarto Edition except the Letters X & XI which appear to be a reprint dated the same year as the First Edition. Volume X states "New Edition," and both X & XI have a variant collation from what Teerink suggests; both appear complete. All volumes complete but for Volume VII which is lacking a half title. All 26 full-page copperplate engravings plus 4 pages of Cantata are present as called for by Teerink. Notably, the same engravings were used for the octavo editions. Only the quarto edition has a large frame around the image to make it congruous to the page size. This copy belonged to Sir John Frederick, Baronet of Burwood House and bears his very tasteful engraved bookplate in most volumes. (Teerink 87). Very Good binding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Guernsey Lily.

      . altkol. Kupferstich v. J. M. Seligmann n. G.D. Ehret aus Hortus Nitidissimus, 1768-86, 37,5 x 25 (H). Tadellos sauber und in herrlichem, leuchtendem zeitgenössischen Kolorit. Oben in der Mitte : Lilio Narcissus IV. Unten in der Mitte die Nr. 30. - Sauber und mit breitem Rand. - Blattgr.: 51,6 x 36 cm. -

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        Parnaso español. Colección de poesías escogidas de los más célebres poetas castellanos. 9 tomos

      Antonio de Sancha. Joachin de Ibarra 1768 - Magnífica edición de una antología de poesías escogidas de los más célebres poetas castellanos, incluyendo las versiones de poetas de la antigüedad, y poesías inéditas o desconocidas, por haber sido publicadas en formato perecedero. Cada volumen contiene un prólogo, uno o dos preciosos grabados, firmados por Salvador Carmona, con el retrato de los autores más reputados del tomo y unas páginas finales con notas. 9 tomos 1768-1778. (I:1 grab. 370 pág.; II: 2 grab. 352 pág.; III:2 grab. 368 Pág.; IV: 2 grab,370 pág.;V: 2 grab, 371 pág.; VI: 2 grab, 524 pág.; VII: 2 grab, 370 pág.; VIII: 2 gab, 402 pág.;IX: 2 grab, 372 pág. Colección muy bien conservada, interiores perfectos, algunos lomos atacados por la polilla que no afecta las páginas interiores. ATENCIÓN: El contra reembolso incrementa los gastos de envío en 5 euros. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'arretin.

      aux dépens de la Congrégation de l'Index 1768 - - aux dépens de la Congrégation de l'Index, A Rome [Paris] 1768, in 12 (10x15,5cm), de (4) xxiv, 26-168pp. , 156pp, 2 parties en un Vol relié. - L'édition originale est parue en 1763 à la même adresse sous le titre : L'arretin, ou la débauche de l'esprit en fait de bon sens. Plein Maroquin citron d'époque. Dos lisse orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin vert. Triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Tranches dorées. Bel exemplaire. Mors supérieur légèrement frotté. L'arretin est composé de 25 essais et récits sur des sujets aussi divers que Les nègres, L'agriculture, La chasteté ou le célibat, Histoire de maître Pierre, ect. Ce sont tous des critiques violentes, parfois directes, parfois satyriques ou allégoriques, de l'enseignement de la Bible, de l'église, et de son histoire. L'abbé Du Laurens (1719-1793) est un écrivain polémiste et anti-religieux dont tous les ouvrages sont libertins et licencieux, mais surtout, profondément anti- religieux. L'auteur n'hésite pas à descendre dans les plus basses trivialités pour appuyer sa critique, mais ses inventions comiques, souvent étonnantes, lui ont valu des éloges. Poursuivi pour ses livres, il se réfugia en Hollande, puis fut emprisonné à Mayence en 1767, pour finir ses jours à 74 ans dans un couvent. 'Ce livre est une critique vive et assez gaillarde des principales histoires de la Bible. L'epouse de Suze est une critique de La nouvelle Heloïse. Le sage Pangloss est Salomon, le plus sage des hommes, c'est un chapitre originale, même par ses singulières citations bibliques. L'histoire de Suzon est celle de Suzanne et des deux vieillards, l'histoire de Godemiché. L'origine de ces instruments de chamois ou de velours devenus si communs dans les maisons de religieuses. Enfin les Couvens de Jésuites sont une allégorie de l'histoire de Sodome. En un mot, le volume tout entier est plutôt une critique facétieuse de la Bible et des institutions cléricales qu'un livre simplement gaillard'. Gay/Lemonnyer I, 263-264. de (4) xxiv, 26-168pp. , 156pp, [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Nouvelles de Michel de Cervantes Saavedra, Nouvelle Edition. Augmentée de trois Nouvelles qui n'avoient point?été traduites en Francois, & de la Vie de l'Auteur. Enrichie de Figures en taille douce, 2 Bände (tomes, vols)

      Amsterdam / Leipzig, Arkstée & Merkus, 1768. - Beide Titelblätter mit gestochener Titelvignette (bildhafte Darstellung. Außerdem mit 12 ganzseitigen Kupferstichen (avec 12 gravures pleine page; with 12 full-page engravings). französich 1200 Kapital des zweiten Bandes minimal angesoßen. Sonst sehr gutes Exemplar; Seiten überwiegend sauber, nur partiell leicht fleckig; auch die Kupferstiche in sehr gutem Zustand (tr?s bon copie, pages plut?t propres, avec seulement quelques taches; les gravures en excellent état; very good copy, pages mostly clean, slightly stained only partially; also the copperplate engravings in excellent condition. Weitere Fotos auf der Homepage des Antiquariats (bitte Art.-Nr. auf der Angebotsseite in das Suchfeld eingeben). XLIV, 358, 396 S. Vollständiges Werk in 2 Bänden. Mehrfarbig marmorierte Pbde. mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel auf rotem Rückenschild.

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        Plate 75

      Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm Martini and Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz 1768 - Friedrich Heinrich Wilhelm Martini and Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz From Neus Systematisches Conchlyien Cabinet Nuremberg: 1768-1795 Hand-colored copperplate engravings 18 ½" x 16" framed The German physician-naturalist Friedrich Martini had intended to portray every known species of shells in color, but died in 1778 after the publication of the third volume. The Danish clergyman Johann Hieronymus Chemnitz continued work on the publication from 1779 to 1795, completing an additional eight volumes. Schubert and Wagner began work on a twelfth volume in 1829, but it was issued incomplete and is usually not present with the Martini and Chemnitz set.

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        COLECCION GENERAL DE DOCUMENTOS, tocantes a la Persecucion, que los regulares de la Compañía suscitaron y siguieron tenazmente por medio de sus Jueces Conservadores, y ganando algunos Ministros Seculares desde 1644 hasta 1660, contra el Ilmo. Rmo. Sr. D. Fr. Bernardino de Cardenas, Religioso antes del Orden de S. Francisco, Obispo del Paraguay.

      Imp. Real de la Gaceta. Madrid, 1768 - -1770. 23,5 cm. 4 vol.: (I) 2 h., LVII-387 pág. (II) 5 h., 80-283 pág. Marca de anterior poseedor. (III) XIV-239-374-64 pág., 2 h. Finísima señal de taladro en las páginas 70 a 85 del primer bloque. (IV) 7 h., 241 pág. Cabeceras y capitulares. Ligera señal de óxido. Cuatro vol. enc. en pergamino, lomera rotulada. * Presentamos la colección completa de esta importante obra sobre la persecución de los Jesuitas. El primer tomo Contiene el Memorial y defensorio de Cárdenas, seguido del Memorial de Julian de Pedraza y el "Discurso de la vida, meritos, y trabajos del. obispo del Paraguay." por Juan de S. Diego Villalón. El segundo contiene: Apendice de monumentos pertenecientes a las controversias de los Regulares de la Compañia en el Paraguay contra el venerable obispo D. Fr. Bernardino de Cárdenas y los Discusos juridicos en defensa de la consagracion del mismo, que manifiestan las nulidades de la sentencia pronunciada contra él, escritos por Alonso Carrillo. El tercer tomo incluye: Memorial ajustado de D. Joseph de Antequera, Cartas del señor doctor D. Joseph de Antequera y Castro. escritas al ilmo. Sr. Maestro Don Fray Joseph de Palos, Obispo Taliense, y Coadjutor de la dicha Provincia del Paraguay, y la Copia del informe que hizo el general D. Mathias de Angles y Gortari, corregidor del Potosi, sobre los puntos, que han sido causa de las discordias sucedidas en la Ciudad de la Asuncion de la Provincia del Paraguay. Por último, el cuarto tomo, titulado Coleccion general de documentos, tocantes á la tercera época de las conmociones de los Regulares de la Compañia en el Paraguay, incluye El reyno jesuitico del Paraguay, por siglo y medio negado y oculto, hoy demostrado y descubierto, por Bernardo Ibañez de Echavarri, y el Diario de la Guerra de los guaraníes, escrito por el padre Tadeo Henis. Palau (56511) menciona la existencia de otra tirada de la misma fecha de los tomos I y II que "probablemente se reimprimieron para completar juegos, y de aquí que los tomos III y IV son mucho más raros. Esta importante obra completa empieza a escasear y está destinada a conseguir precios elevados en comercio". Paraguay. Jesuitas. Centreamèrica i Sudamèria, el Carib Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 español [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        NOUVEL ABRÉGÉ CHRONOLOGIQUE DE L'HISTOIRE DE FRANCE, contenant les événemens de notre Histoire, depuis Clovis jusqu'à la mort de Louis XIV, les Guerres, les Batailles, les Sièges, nos Loix, nos Moeurs, nos Usages, &c. [2 volumes].

      1768 - Paris, Prault, 1768. Deux volumes in-quarto (225 X 297) veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin rouge et vert, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches bleues mouchetées de rouge (reliure de l'époque). Tome I : (1), faux-titre, titre, VI pages non chiffrées (Epistre et Préface), 474 pages, (1) ; Tome II : (1), faux-titre, titre, 475-798 pages, une gravure, LVIII pages non chiffrées (Table des Matières), IV pages non chiffrées (Additions, corrections, errata, etc.), (1). BELLE ÉDITION AU FORMAT IN-QUARTO, illustrée d'un frontispice, d'un fleuron sur le titre, d'un charmant portrait de la reine Marie Leckzinska gravé par Gaucher d'après Nattier dans la vignette de la dédicace gravée, de trois vignettes par Cochin gravées par Moreau, de trois lettres ornées par Chedel, de 30 culs-de-lampe par Moreau et d'un grand cul-de-lampe à la fin du règne de Louis XIV occupant toute la page. Le président HÉNAULT (1685-1770), historien français et conseiller au Parlement de Paris, doit sa notoriété à cet ouvrage, paru pour la première fois en 1744, réédité cinq fois de son vivant et constamment utilisé jusqu'au milieu du XIXe siècle. Présenté par son auteur comme le résumé des conférences tenues chez lui ou chez d'Ormesson par d'éminents historiens : Foncemagne, Secousse, d'Aguesseau, dom Bouquet, etc., et élaboré pour son usage personnel l'«Abrégé de l'histoire de France » vaut par sa précision, mais son succès tient surtout à l'esprit qui l'animait ; Hénault voulait « qu'on lût son ouvrage avec des yeux philosophiques ». C'est qu'il ne faisait plus intervenir dans l'histoire la providence divine mais seulement les passions humaines ainsi que les causes matérielles et économiques. Voltaire a écrit : « Hénault a été dans l'histoire ce que Fontenelle a été dans la philosophie : il l'a rendue familière ». (« Beau livre », COHEN, 265 - « Bonne édition d'un ouvrage justement estimé », BRUNET, III, 95 - MAHERAULT, 19). BEL EXEMPLAIRE. FINE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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