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        Diederick Snyder Den Eersten Ada Myt Ende Naect Loopep -Original Woodcut Portrait By Christopher Van Sichem

      Arnheim: Christoffel Van Sichem, 1605. Original Woodcut 1st Printing. No Binding. Fine. 13.3 x 18.4 Cm. Original Engraving Of Anabaptist Leader Diederick Snyder Den Eersten 7 1/2" X 5 1/2", One Of A Series Of Fine Woodcut Portraits Executed By Van Sichem, All Rare. Torso Portrait, With Figures At Top, Those On Left Clothed, Those On Right Nude, With Text Expressions Coming From Their Heads. A Fine Example, Trimmed To Plate Mark, Mounted. A Very Fine Example With Wide Margins. Christoffel Van Sichem Was A Dutch Golden Age Woodcutter And Engraver. Part Of A Large Collection Of Original Antique Engravings Formed By A Southern California Artist In The Early To Middle Twentieth Century. Each Plate Has Small Glue Marks On Reverse Where They Were Tipped In To An Album.

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        Gesamtans., darüber eine Gesamtansicht von Wolfhagen.

      - Kupferstich aus Dilich, Hess. Chronik, 1605, je 6,2 x 20,5 Fauser Nr. 15649 und 15913. Seltene, frühe Ansichten. Wahrscheinlich handelt es sich jeweils um die erste gestochene Ansicht überhaupt.

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        Gesamtans., darunter 2 weitere kleine Ansichten vom Stift Hersfeld und Eichen.

      - Kupferstich aus Dilich, Hess. Chronik, 1605, 14,5 x 22,5 Fauser 5707 und 5710. Die ersten gedruckten Ansichten der Stadt laut Fauser.

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        Regales Disputationes tres: idest, De potestate Regis absoluta. De vnione Regnorvm Britanniae. De vi ciuium in Regem semper iniusta. Nunc primum in lucem editae. S.T.C. 11741 (variant)

      Hanoviae: Apud Guilielmum Antonium, 1605. Modern brown calf, blind ruled and gilt lettered, some browning else well preserved, no copy in OCLC in North America or in the UK; the Taussig copy The rare variant printing (with Gentili's dedication to James I) of the work significantly modifying Gentili's views on absolutism and on the right of rebellion as set forth in his 'De Iure Belli', supporting Bodin and likely influential upon Hobbes

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        Rime d'Isabella Andreini comica gelosa, academica intenta detta l'Accesa. Parte prima [-seconda]. [Segue, della stessa:] La Mirtilla pastorale della signora Isabella Andreini (.) di nuovo dall'istessa riveduta, et in molti luoghi abbellita

      - In Milano, per Girolamo Bordoni, e Pietromartire Locarni, 1605. 2 opere in un tomo in-12, pp. (48), 335, (1); (10), 98, (8), 112. Legatura in cartonato rustico del '700. Edizione postuma di queste rime della «divina» Isabella, seguite dall'opera che più di ogni altra le assicurò gli onori letterari presso i contemporanei, la Mirtilla, favola giovanile ispirata ai fuggitivi amori del Tasso. Viene annoverata, quest'ultima, come primo il dramma pastorale scritto da donna. Bibliografia: Bacchi della Lega, 118: «Edizione giudicata migliore di ogni altra». Gamba, 206. Brunet, I, 1016: «Édition indiquée par l'Academie de la Crusca, elle est assez rare». [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtans., darunter eine Gesamtansicht von Wetter.

      - Kupferstich aus Dilich, Hess. Chronik, 1605, je 6,4 x 20,5 Fauser Nr. 4042 und 15318. Seltene, frühe Ansichten. Bei der Ansicht von Wetter handelt es sich wahrscheinlich um die erste gestochene Ansicht überhaupt.

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        Les XXIIII livres de l’Iliade d’Homere, prince des poètes grecs. Traduits du Grec en vers François. Les XI. premiers par M. Hugues Salel Abbé de Saint Chéron. et les XIII. derniers par Amadis Iamyn. Avec les trois premiers livres de l’Odyssée d’Homère.

      Rouen : Jacques Besongne, 1605 - Belle édition du XVIIe siècle, très peu courante, de la traduction de l’Iliade d’Homère par Hugues Salel (1504-1553) et Amadis Jamyn (1540 ? -1593), et des trois premiers livres de l’Odyssée traduits par Jamyn. « Ce volume, peu commun », selon Brunet, est une réimpression rouennaise de l’édition parisienne d’Abel l’Angelier parue pour la première fois en 1584. Dans le Catalogue des livres composant la bibliothèque poétique de Viollet Le Duc on peut lire à la notice 504 : « Hugues Salel, né à Casals en Quercy, en 1504, fut protégé par François Ier. Comme il avait embrassé l’état ecclésiastique, il reçut de ce prince plusieurs bénéfices, le titre de son poëte (sic), et l’ordre de traduire l’Iliade. Il ne termina que les XI premiers livres en vers de dix syllabes fort médiocres, même pour le temps » Belle impression qui, à l’exception de l’épître et des titres, est intégralement composée en italique. Exemplaire en plein maroquin du dix-neuvième siècle, de belle facture. Quelques mouillures en marge de certains feuillets. Tache d’encre aux feuillets 27 et 28. Le feuillet 102 présente une restauration de papier entraînant une atteinte au texte. Plusieurs défauts de papier, avec manque de texte au feuillet 157. Petite tache sur le premier plat. Provenance : ex-libris gravé représentant un personnage en pied arborant une tête pointue comme celle d’un rat. Coiffé d’un haut de forme, il est accompagné d’un rongeur. Brunet III, 290. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        THE TVVOO [TWO] BOOKES OF FRANCIS BACON. Of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, Divine and Humane

      Printed for Henrie Tomes, London 1605 - An exceptional copy with a distinguished provenance, ex. Henry Huntington. Quarto (pgs. 183 x 140 mm): [Title], 1-45; 1-118; with the typical erratic page numberings. With the final blank; without the 2 leaves of errata found in a very few copies and probably of later issue. Owing to misimposition, text in Dd is printed on the wrong versos (two leaves in Dd slightly shorter). Contemporary limp vellum; modern half brown morocco slipcase. Provenance: Ellesmere Library at Bridgewater House (armorial bookplate; bulk of the library acquired en bloc in 1917 by:) -- Henry E. Huntington (Huntington Library duplicate stamp at end).A precursor to Bacon's masterwork the "Instauratio Magna" this book focuses primarily on the classification of philosophy and the sciences. Implicit in the work is the use of the Baconian method, that later becomes the Scientific method as more fully developed in the "Instauratio." Because it was first published in English and later translated into Latin, it is considered one of the earliest philosophical works in English. A foundational work of western thought. Fine. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        White House Years Hardcover October, 1979

      , 1605 Has inscription from a friend of Kissinger, dust jacket is fine. Very gently read if at all, Stated First Edition 1979. "

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        Regales Disputationes tres: idest, De potestate Regis absoluta. De vnione Regnorvm Britanniae. De vi ciuium in Regem semper iniusta. Nunc primum in lucem editae. S.T.C. 11741 (variant)

      Apud Guilielmum Antonium, Hanoviae 1605 - Modern brown calf, blind ruled and gilt lettered, some browning else well preserved, no copy in OCLC in North America or in the UK; the Taussig copy The rare variant printing (with Gentili's dedication to James I) of the work significantly modifying Gentili's views on absolutism and on the right of rebellion as set forth in his 'De Iure Belli', supporting Bodin and likely influential upon Hobbes [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA]
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        Libro Copioso ristretto de gli annali di Rausa, libri quattro. Di Giacomo di Pietro Luccari, gentilhuomo Rauseo: oue diligentissimamente si descriue la fondatione della città, l'origine della Republica, e suo dominio, le guerre, le paci...

      - Venezia, Antonio Leonardi, 1605. - - pp. 176, leg. Prima ed. di questa rara opera descrittiva sulla città di Ragusa, ricchissima di notizie storiche, politiche e geografiche. Bella vignetta incisa al frontespizio con ritratto di Luccari incorniciato in un ovale. Ottimo esmplare.

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        Scheda Regia

      Görlitz Rhamba 1605 - Agapetus (Agapetos) Constantinopolitanus; Moller, Martin. "Scheda Regia. Regenten Büchlein / des hochlöblichen Röm. Kaysers Iustiniani Primi. In 72. Aphorismos oder Regeln gefasset / welche i(h)m gestellet hat Agapetus . umb das Jahr Christi D.XXX. Jetzund . erklärt . Durch Martinum Mollerum". Görlitz: Rhamba, 1605. Kl. 8vo. (43), 323, (10) S. OPrgt a. d. Zeit. Einb. etw. ber. u. best. Innen etw. gebräunt. - Agapetos war ein spätantiker oströmischer Kleriker und Schriftsteller, der in der 1. Hälfte des 6. Jahrhunderts lebte. Er verfasste vermutlich um 530 in altgriechischer Sprache einen "Fürstenspiegel" für Justinian. Der Text, der Regeln aufführt, nach denen sich ein guter Kaiser richten solle, umfasst 72 kurze Artikel. - Martin Moller (1547-1606) war ein deutscher Mystiker und Kirchenlieddichter.

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        Pharmacopoea Bruxellensis senatus authoritate munita. Editio altera.Brussels, Franciscus Foppens (I), 1702. 8vo. With a frontispiece by Jacobus Harrewijn (1660-1727), showing the interior of a pharmacy and two engraved tables identifying alchemical symbols and measurements. Contemporary calf, richly gold-tooled spine.

      Anet (3 copies, 2 of which are incomplete); Blake, p. 348; Daems & Vandewiele, pp. 71-72 (6 copies); STCV (2 incomplete copies); Wellcome IV, p. 357. Rare third edition of the Brussels pharmacopoeia. Brussels had begun discussing plans to establish a Collegium Medicum ca. 1605, but failed to do so. A 1636 plague gave city magistrates the impetus to compile a pharmacopoeia, however, and they commissioned four leading city physicians to compile the present Brussels pharmacopoeia. No apothecaries were officially consulted in the compilation of the Brussels pharmacopoeia, reflecting the growing status of physicians and declining status of apothecaries. Amsterdam had produced the first official pharmacopoeia in the Low Countries in 1636, based in part on Valerius, but the Brussels physicians chose to take the 1638 Paris Codex medicamentarius Parisiensis as their principal model.Binding worn; several pages browned and with a few smudges; frontispiece with a small restored tear in the fore-edge margin; pp. 77-78 with a part of the outer margin torn out and pp. 79-80 with a tear; a good copy.

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        THE TVVOO [TWO] BOOKES OF FRANCIS BACON. Of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, Divine and Humane

      London: Printed for Henrie Tomes, 1605. First edition. Fine. An exceptional copy with a distinguished provenance, ex. Henry Huntington. Quarto (pgs. 183 x 140 mm): [Title], 1-45; 1-118; with the typical erratic page numberings. With the final blank; without the 2 leaves of errata found in a very few copies and probably of later issue. Owing to misimposition, text in Dd is printed on the wrong versos (two leaves in Dd slightly shorter). Contemporary limp vellum; modern half brown morocco slipcase. Provenance: Ellesmere Library at Bridgewater House (armorial bookplate; bulk of the library acquired en bloc in 1917 by:) -- Henry E. Huntington (Huntington Library duplicate stamp at end).A precursor to Bacon's masterwork the "Instauratio Magna" this book focuses primarily on the classification of philosophy and the sciences. Implicit in the work is the use of the Baconian method, that later becomes the Scientific method as more fully developed in the "Instauratio." Because it was first published in English and later translated into Latin, it is considered one of the earliest philosophical works in English. A foundational work of western thought. Fine.

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        Vetustissimae tabulae aeneae sacris Aegyptiorum simulachris coelatae accurata explicatio, in qua antiquissimarum superstitionum origines, progressiones, ritus ad barbaram, graecam, romanamque historiam illustrandam Enarrantur...

      Venice: Io Anto. Rampazettum, 1605 43 numbered leaves, followed by five leaves of illustration. Rebound in faux wood panel covers, with white vellum over spine and corners. Small book plate on front paste down. Very tiny worm hole through lower marginal corner of the last half of the leaves. Scattered, mostly light, foxing. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Dust Jacket.

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        Flaminii Parisii i.s. Consentini et in almo Vrbis gymnasio iuris pontificij primarij interpretis: De resignatione beneficiorum tractatus complectens totam fere praxim beneficiariam. Decisionibus Rotae Romanae, & receptis doctorum opinionibus attestatam, &

       apud haeredem Hieronymi Scoti, 1605. LATINO 1,7 Volume rilegato in tutta pergamena con titolo oro al dorso, il volume raccoglie 3 tomi, nel dettaglio il primo e il secondo del De Resignatione Beneficiorum e in ultimo il De Confidentia Beneficiali Prohibita. Ad ogni frontespizio bella incisione con motto "Virtus in omnia re dominatur". Richiami e segnatura dei fascicoli. Presenti evidenti segni di usura, quali tracce di umidità a tutte le pagine e alle coperte, in particolar modo 3 pag. finali con mancanze. Molto raro USATO

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        Exoticorum libri decem: Quibus animalium, plantarum, aromatum, aliorumque peregrinorum fructuum historiae describuntur (2 Teile von 3 in 1)

      Leiden, Plantin-Rapheleng, 1605. - item P. Bellonii Observationes, eodem C. Clusio interprete. Mit gestochenem Titel, ca. 250 Textholzschnitten, 8 Blatt, 378 Seiten, 5 Blatt; 52 Seiten, Halblederband des 18. Jahrhunderts, 37 x 23 cm, Einband berieben und bestossen, Titel verso mit Stempel, innen leicht gebräunt. Erste Ausgabe, als Folgeband seiner "Rariorum plantarum historia". Bedeutendes, vorwiegend botanisches Sammelwerk, "eines der wichtigsten Dokumente für die Geschichte der Pharmakognosie, Hauptquelle für Angaben über exotische Medizinalpflanzen und Drogen" (Schmid, Kräuterbücher 47). Buch I-VI der "Exoticorum" enthalten eigene Arbeiten Clusius', VII-X und der erste Abschnitt des 2. Teils lateinische Übersetzungen von seiner Hand. Die schönen Textholzschnitte zeigen überwiegend Pflanzen, jedoch auch Vögel, Fische, Kuriositäten etc. Ohne den dritten Teil mit "Observationes" und "Appendix altera". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Admiranda, sive, de magnitudine Romana libri quattuor

      ex officina Plantiniana, apud Ioannem Moretum, 1605. Cm. 26, pp. 223 (7) + 1 c.b. Bellissima vignetta editoriale incisa in rame al frontespizio e marchio tipografico in xilografia al colophon, alcuni graziosi capilettera. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle con titoli ms. al dorso. Cerniera posteriore internamente disunita, lievi e naturali arrossature/bruniture, tipiche della carta fiamminga del tempo, peraltro esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. Giusto Lipsio (1546-1606), celebre poligrafo belga convertito al cattolicesimo, fu al centro del dibattito culturale europeo animato da innumerevoli riflessioni su ragion di Stato, prudenza del principe e arte del buon governo. La sua attenzione filologica si rivolse esclusivamente al mondo romano, tema a cui dedicò numerose opere. Questo importante saggio è dedicato alla grandezza di Roma: organizzazione militare, spesa pubblica, tassazione, giustizia, opere pubbliche, spettacoli ludici, bagni termali, acquedotti, lusso, arte, ecc. Terza edizione corretta dall'Autore. Cfr. Kvk..

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        Isaaci Casauboni De Satyrica Graecorum Poesi, & Romanorum Satira libri duo. In quibus etiam poetae recensentur, qui in utraque poesi floruerunt. (Accedit: Cyclops Euripidae latinitate donata, a Q. Septimo Florente Christiano)

      Paris (Parisiis), Apud Ambrosium & Hieronymum Drouart, 1605. 8vo. (XVI),356,(2 addenda),(2 blank),38,(2 blank) p., 1 text engraving. Restored full calf 17 'Casaubon produced the first critical survey of literary history in his 'De Satyra Graecorum Poesi & Romanorum Satira', which has gone through many editions and can fairly be called a model of its kind'. (Wilamowitz) (Ref: Brunet 1,1613/14; Ebert 3628) (Details: Binding tastefully and expertly restored, antique style. Back with 4 raised bands. The remains of the original gilt back skillfully attached to the spine. An engraving of an ancient gem on p. 67) (Condition: Title slightly spotted; paper slightly yellowing) (Note: The French scholar Isaac Casaubon, latinized as Casaubonus, 1559-1614, was of Huguenot parents. He studied in Geneva, where he succeeded the Cretan Franciscus Portus as professor in 1582. In 1596 he left for Montpellier to teach. In 1599 the king of France invited him to come to Paris, to aid in a proposed 'restoration' of the university. 'At Paris he had the title 'Lecteur du Roi', but owing doubtless to his remaining true to his protestant principles, he was not appointed to an actual professorship'. (Sandys 2,207) After the murder of Henry IV he had to leave France, and accepted an invitation to come to England, where he was given a pension. He produced many important and often still unsuperseded editions and commentaries, such as Diogenes Laertius (1583), Aristotle (1590), Athenaeus (1596-1600), Historiae Augustae (1603) and Persius (1605). § Isaac Casaubon's 'De Satyrica Graecorum Poesi et Romanorum Satira libri duo' is the central text in the Renaissance theory of satire, and still is from a modern point of view. It's importance for modern scholarship lies in the decisive disentanglement of the Greek and the Roman satiric traditions. Casaubon proved with massive learning that the literary genre of the satire had nothing to do what so ever with Greek Satyrs, as was believed by great scholars as J. Scaliger and D. Heinsius, who insisted that Greek and Roman satire formed a single tradition, and that this genre was essentially a dramatic form, descended from Satyr plays. Casaubon's view that the satire derives from 'satura' or 'satira', meaning 'full', as in 'satira/satura lanx', has been accepted by modern scholarship as accurate. A 'satura lanx' was a plate full of all kinds of first fruits, i.e. religious offerings of the first agricultural produce to the gods. ('De Satyrica', liber II, p. 318) Such plates (lances) were simply called 'saturas', medleys full of different things. (Idem p. 319) 'Sic apud Latinos quaelibet mixtura specierum diversarum 'satura' sit dicta'. (Idem p. 321) Laws with interpolations were also called 'saturas'. The 2nd century Roman linguist Sextus Pompeius Festus Pompeius, Casaubon adds, observed: 'Satura est lex multis aliis legibus conferta'. (Idem p. 321) So 'simillime igitur & poëmatia quo breviter multi perstringebantur, SATURAE, vel, ut posterius coeptum pronuntiari, SATIRAE dictae sunt'. (p. 323) § At the end has been added a Latin translation of the Cyclops of Euripides, made by Q. Septimus Florens Christianus. The translation is preceded by a short praefatio, which is dedicated to Claudius Christianus, son of Florens. Casaubon praises the father, and tells that he has proven (in caput VI of liber I, p. 207/29) that the Cyclops is a Greek Satyr play, the only one that survived completely. § Florens Christianus, Florent Chrétien, was a French poet, born in 1541, who was the author of satires against Ronsard. He translated also several classical authors) (Collation: a8, A-Y8, Z4 (leaf Z4 blank), A-B8, C4 (leaf C4 blank)) (Photographs on request)

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        Arnobii disputationum adversus gentes libri septem M. Minucii Felicis Octavius : ad editionem Romanum expressa, quibusdam tamen in locis e ms. reg. aucta & emendata ; Desiderii Heraldi ad Arnobii libros VII animadversiones et Castigationes

      apud Marcum Orry, Paris 1605 - Bound in full period brown polished calf, spine with raised bands and elaborate gilt tooling, edges speckled red (minor rubbing; title page supplied in later pen facsmile). Bookplate of Bibliotheca Turkheimiana. Description:378, [29], 427, [33] p. ; 17 cm Other Titles:Octavius. Ad Arnobii libros VII. Adversus gentes Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Exoticorum libri decem: quibus animalium, plantarum, aromatum, aliorumque peregrinorum fructuum historiae describuntur: Item P. Bellonis observationes. 3 Teile in 1 Band.

      Leiden Plantin (F Raphelengius) 1605 - (35,5 x 22,5 cm). (16) 378 (8) S.; (2) 52 (28) S.; (12) 242 (1) S. Mit gestochener figürlicher Titelbordüre und ca. 250 Textholzschnitten. Moderner Halbpergamentband im Stil der Zeit mit dreiseitigem Goldschnitt. Erste Ausgabe. - Bedeutende, vorwiegend botanische Sammlung mit exotischen Medizinalpflanzen, erschienen als Folgeband zu seiner "Rariorum plantarum histori" (Antwerpen 1601). - "Hier das Hauptwerk seines Alters. (das) ausser von Pflanzen auch von Tieren und einer ganzen Reihe anderer exotischer Produkte handel(t); sowohl Text wie Holzschnitte sind mustergültig. Das Buch enthält ausserdem die von Clusius angefertigten lateinischen Uebersetzungen wichtiger und in den Originalausgaben äusserst seltenen Werke zur exotischen Drogenkunde von Garcia ab Orta, Chr. a Costa, Nic. Monardes und P. Belonius. (Es ist) eines der wichtigsten Dokumente für die Geschichte der Pharmakognosie. Hauptquelle für Angaben über exotische Medizinalpflanzen und Drogen" (Schmid, Kräuterbücher S. 47). - Die schönen Textholzschnitte zeigen neben Pflanzen auch Vögel, Fische, Kuriositäten etc. - Vereinzelt gering stockfleckig. Eine Lage papierbedingt stärker gebräunt. Vereinzelt mit Unterstreichungen in Rot. Insgesamt schönes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - Nissen BBI 369; Hunt 182; Stafleu-Cowan 1150; Wellcome I, 1512; Krivatsy 6767; Pritzel 1760; Volbracht 381 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De Antiquis Numis Hebraeorum, Chaldeaeorum et Syrorum: Quorum S. Biblia & Rabbinorum Scripta Meminerunt

      Inbunden bok. Caspari Wasari [Vvasari] Tig. De antiquis numis Hebraeorum, Chaldaeorum et Syrorum, quorum s. biblia & rabbinorum scripta meminerunt, libri II: quibus tum sacri, tum profani auctores, locis innumerabilibus, illustrantur : additae sunt figurae numorum, aere eleganter expressae, & interspersa ad antiquitatis notitiam pertinentia: una cum indice rerum & verborum copiosissimo, Operis utilitatem ac necessitatem quasi in synopsi ob oculos ponente. TIGURI [Zürich] In Officinâ Wolphianâ, anno MDCV [1605]. Small 4to [15,4 x 18,8 cm]. (24), folded plate, 108 numbered leaves. Bound in a contemporary full calf binding with gilt spine, five raised bands and blind-tooled covers. Front cover and flyleaf loose. Interior with a few stains, otherwise a clean and neat copy. Flyleaf with the bookplate of Henry Somerset, the second Duke of Beaufort (1684-1714). Last flyleaf with the bookplate of Sir Hector Livingston Duff (1875-1954). Scarce.

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        Isaaci Casauboni De Satyrica Graecorum Poesi, & Romanorum Satira libri duo. In quibus etiam poetae recensentur, qui in utraque poesi floruerunt. (Accedit: Cyclops Euripidae latinitate donata, a Q. Septimo Florente Christiano)

      Paris (Parisiis), Apud Ambrosium & Hieronymum Drouart, 1605. - 8vo. (XVI),356,(2 addenda),(2 blank),38,(2 blank) p., 1 text engraving. Restored full calf 17 'Casaubon produced the first critical survey of literary history in his 'De Satyra Graecorum Poesi & Romanorum Satira', which has gone through many editions and can fairly be called a model of its kind'. (Wilamowitz) (Ref: Brunet 1,1613/14; Ebert 3628) (Details: Binding tastefully and expertly restored, antique style. Back with 4 raised bands. The remains of the original gilt back skillfully attached to the spine. An engraving of an ancient gem on p. 67) (Condition: Title slightly spotted; paper slightly yellowing) (Note: The French scholar Isaac Casaubon, latinized as Casaubonus, 1559-1614, was of Huguenot parents. He studied in Geneva, where he succeeded the Cretan Franciscus Portus as professor in 1582. In 1596 he left for Montpellier to teach. In 1599 the king of France invited him to come to Paris, to aid in a proposed 'restoration' of the university. 'At Paris he had the title 'Lecteur du Roi', but owing doubtless to his remaining true to his protestant principles, he was not appointed to an actual professorship'. (Sandys 2,207) After the murder of Henry IV he had to leave France, and accepted an invitation to come to England, where he was given a pension. He produced many important and often still unsuperseded editions and commentaries, such as Diogenes Laertius (1583), Aristotle (1590), Athenaeus (1596-1600), Historiae Augustae (1603) and Persius (1605). § Isaac Casaubon's 'De Satyrica Graecorum Poesi et Romanorum Satira libri duo' is the central text in the Renaissance theory of satire, and still is from a modern point of view. It's importance for modern scholarship lies in the decisive disentanglement of the Greek and the Roman satiric traditions. Casaubon proved with massive learning that the literary genre of the satire had nothing to do what so ever with Greek Satyrs, as was believed by great scholars as J. Scaliger and D. Heinsius, who insisted that Greek and Roman satire formed a single tradition, and that this genre was essentially a dramatic form, descended from Satyr plays. Casaubon's view that the satire derives from 'satura' or 'satira', meaning 'full', as in 'satira/satura lanx', has been accepted by modern scholarship as accurate. A 'satura lanx' was a plate full of all kinds of first fruits, i.e. religious offerings of the first agricultural produce to the gods. ('De Satyrica', liber II, p. 318) Such plates (lances) were simply called 'saturas', medleys full of different things. (Idem p. 319) 'Sic apud Latinos quaelibet mixtura specierum diversarum 'satura' sit dicta'. (Idem p. 321) Laws with interpolations were also called 'saturas'. The 2nd century Roman linguist Sextus Pompeius Festus Pompeius, Casaubon adds, observed: 'Satura est lex multis aliis legibus conferta'. (Idem p. 321) So 'simillime igitur & poëmatia quo breviter multi perstringebantur, SATURAE, vel, ut posterius coeptum pronuntiari, SATIRAE dictae sunt'. (p. 323) § At the end has been added a Latin translation of the Cyclops of Euripides, made by Q. Septimus Florens Christianus. The translation is preceded by a short praefatio, which is dedicated to Claudius Christianus, son of Florens. Casaubon praises the father, and tells that he has proven (in caput VI of liber I, p. 207/29) that the Cyclops is a Greek Satyr play, the only one that survived completely. § Florens Christianus, Florent Chrétien, was a French poet, born in 1541, who was the author of satires against Ronsard. He translated also several classical authors) (Collation: a8, A-Y8, Z4 (leaf Z4 blank), A-B8, C4 (leaf C4 blank)) (Photographs on request) 600 gr

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        Auli Persii Flacci Satirarum liber. Isaacus Casaubonus recensuit & Commentario libro illustravit. Ad virum amplissimum D. Achillem Harlaeum senatus principem.

      Paris (Parisiis), Apud Ambrosium & Hieronymum Drouart, 1605. 8vo. 2 volumes in 1: (XVI),43,(4);(32),558,(2 blank),26,(1 errata),(1 blank) p. Half calf. 17 cm According to Casaubon the best of the Roman satirists (Ref: Schweiger 2,710; Graesse 5,212; Ebert 16282; cf. Smitskamp, 'The Scaliger collection', no. 116; Fabricius/Ernesti 2,165/66: 'eruditissimus atque divinus commentarius') (Details: Back gilt and with 5 raised bands; red morocco shield in the second compartment. The first title shows an engraving of a 'thiasos': a drunk Bacchus being carried by a bunch of satyrs, and accompanied by some revellers. The second title has an oval woodcut printer's mark; it depicts a thisle flanked by the initials A and D. of Ambrosius (Ambroise) Drouart; there are 2 appropriate mottoes: 'Nul ne s'y frote', (let no one meddle) and 'patere aut abstine' (bear of forebear). The first volume contains a preface, the Latin text of the Satires and 18 pages with 'Glossae veteres in Persium'. The second volume contains the commentary of Casaubon) (Condition: Binding scuffed, especially at the extremes. Head and tail of the spine chafed. Corners bumped. Front joint starting to split. Library stamp and withdrawal stamp on the verso of the title) (Note: The well-born and well-to-do Roman poet Aulus Persius Flaccus, 34-62 A.D., produced during his short life one book (libellus) with 6 satires, together 650 hexameters. 'They are well described as Horatian diatribes transformed by Stoic rhetoric'. (OCD 2nd ed. p. 805) The first is 'on the decay of literary taste in his own time and the neglect of the manly Republican authors, the second on vanity of wealth and luxury, the third on idleness, the fourth on self-knowledge, the fifth on true liberty, the sixth on the proper use of riches'. (H.J. Rose, 'A History of Latin Literature', London, 1967, p. 377) The style is obscure, contorted and crammed with allusions to Horace and Lucilius. He was much read in antiquity and admired as a moralist in the Middle Ages, but now he is found dull, too difficult, cryptic, too far fetched, and too complicated. 'So fühlte sich zumal das 19. Jh. von seinem vielschichtigen Stil abgestossen, während sich erst neuerdings eine gerechtere Würdigung durchsetzen beginnt'. (Neue Pauly 9, 619) A specimen of this new appraisal is the following quote: 'The elements of composition in Persius' satires - words and ideas, images, steps in the argument, registers of speech and literary style, speeches in dramatic dialogue- are abruptly or peculiarly, even bizarrely, combined. One is faced by an unpredictable, surprising series of conceptions; continuous attention is necessary if one is to understand. However, the surprises and incongruities are often observably intelligent, apt and curiously artistic. From a literary point of view, the quality of continual surprise in Persius' style makes the Satires amusing to read'. (J.R. Bond, 'Persius, the Satires', Warminster 1980, p. 5) § The year 1605 saw the start of modern Persian philology, with Isaac Casaubon's edition of the Satires, his 'Prolegomena in Persium', and his commentary. The Latin text of this edition was based on that which was edited by the French scholar Pithou in Paris in 1585. The edition and its extensive commentary were produced by the French protestant scholar Isaac Casaubon, 1559-1614, who is the first critical commentator of Persius. He deemed Persius the best of the Roman satirists. His preface is a vigorous defense of Persius' Stoic earnestness and philosophic constancy.'The ethical interest is strong in his Persius (1605), on which he had lectured at Geneva and Montpellier, and his commentary on the Stoic satirist, of which Scaliger said that the sauce was better than the meat, was reprinted in Germany as late as 1833, and has been ultimately merged in Conington's edition' (of 1872) (Sandys 2,209)) (Provenance: Rectangular stamp on the verso of the title: 'Koninklijke Bibliotheek te 's-Hage'. Underneath this a small round withdrawal stamp of this library, the Royal Library at The Hague) (Collation: a8, A-C8 (leaf C8 verso blank), â8, ê8, A-2N8, 2O6 (leaves 2C2 & 2L5 signed incorrectly; leaf 2M8 blank, leaf 2O6 verso blank)) (Photographs on request)

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        Adamo e Eva

      1605 - Bulino, 1605 circa, firmato in lastra in basso a destra. Da un soggetto di Cornelis Cornelisz. Esemplare nel quarto stato di cinque, edito da R. de Baudous. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "giglio nello stemma coronato" (Briquet 9323/27 databile alla fine del XVI secolo), con sottili margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Timbro di collezione al verso sconosciuto al Lugt. Bellissimo esemplare. Bibliografia: Bartsch 35; Hollstein 7 IV/V. Dimensioni 225x332. Dimensioni [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Isola di Sardegna

      Isola di / Sardegna, tavola 60 in Italia di Gio: Ant. Magini data in luce da Fabio suo figliuolo Al Serenissimo Ferdinando Gonzaga Duca di Mantova e di Monferrato etc. Carta della Sardegna con tre cartigli decorativi e un mostro marino. Realizzata prima del 1605, misura cm 34,3 x 44,5 e, considerando il lato lungo, è in scala di circa 1:736.000, ha i margini graduati ma senza riferimenti numerici e con la suddivisione di 1°, sia per le latitudini sia per le longitudini. Scala di miglia Venti Italiane. L'immagine della Sardegna è tratta da quella disegnata intorno al 1577 dall'ingegnere militare Rocco Cappelino la quale, pur non essendo la migliore in circolazione (soprattutto se confrontata con quella realizzata dal Mercatore), grazie all'avallo datole dal Magini, ebbe un enorme credito e venne diffusa soprattutto dell'editoria francese e olandese. La carta, gradevolmente decorata, contiene tre bei cartigli: in quello in alto a sinistra è contenuta la dedica al Cardinale Alessandro Ottaviano de' Medici. Il titolo si trova nel cartiglio in alto a destra, ornato con motivi vegetali e figure di mostri, secondo il gusto dell'epoca. In basso a sinistra, in un altro cartiglio è inserita la scala grafica. L'interno della carta è rappresentato come un insieme montuoso, nella quale gruppi di mucchi di talpa sono collocati in maniera del tutto arbitraria. I numerosi fiumi sono tracciati con una doppia linea. Le coste sono caratterizzate da profonde insenature e da ampi golfi. Il mare è reso con un fitto tratteggio ondulato di linee bianche alternate e fasci di linee scure. Nella parte in basso a destra è anche un grande mostro marino in procinto di divorare un veliero. Gruppi di puntini indicano le saline. I centri abitati più importanti sono disegnati con piccole vedute prospettiche a volo d'uccello, gli altri con un cerchietto accompagnati dal relativo toponimo. Incisione in rame, bella impressione tratta dalla prima edizione del 1620, in ottimo stato di conservazione. "Map of Sardinia with 3 decorative cartouche and a sea monster. Published by Fabio Magini, son of Giovanni Antonio, in ""L'Italia di Giovanni Antonio Magini"". First edition, Bologna 1620. Copperplate, very good impression and condition."

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        Historia Vinetiana di Paolo Paruta cavaliere, et procuratore di S. Marco. Divisa in due parti. Con privilegii. Unito a : Della historia vinetiana di Paolo Paruta caualiere, et procuratore di San Marco, parte seconda. Nella quale in libri tre si contiene la guerra fatta dalla lega de' prencipi christiani contra Selino ottomano, per occasione del regno di Cipro.

      Venezia, appresso Domenico Nicolini, 1605, due parti rilegate in due volumi in-4to legature in piena pergamena coeva con unghie e titoli manoscritti ai dorsi, tagli spruzzati, pp. (4)-840-(36) + 320- (16) con due ritratti xilografici dell'Autore ai frontespizi, testate e capilettera xilografici. Qualche chiosa d'epoca. Eccellente copia con lieve gora marginale ad un lato delle sole pagine d'indice e per due, tre cm.

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        L'Isole più famose del mondo descritte, e intagliate da Girolamo Porro padovano, con l'aggiunta di molte isole.

      Venezia, appresso heredi di Simon Galignani, 1605, 4to legatura antica in piena pergamena con tassello con fregi e titoli dorati al dorso, pp. (24)-211, bel frontespizio inciso in rame con figure allegoriche (rinforzato ma integro) numerose testate, capolettera e finali xilografici e con 47 mappe delle isole incise in rame a mezza pagina nel testo (compreso un mappamondo e la "carta da navigare" con le rotte ed i venti. Seconda edizione di questo celebre isolario, arricchita di 16 nuove carte geografiche rispetto alla prima edizione del 1572. Le belle incisoni, in stile Lafreriano, sono opera dell'artista veneziano G. Porro e raffigurano Islanda, le Isole Ebridi e Orcadi, Gotland, Irlanda, Inghilterra, Scozia, Olanda, Isole Selandie, Maiorca, Minorca, Corsica, Elba, Sardegna, Sicilia, Malta, Venezia, l'arcipelago delle isole greche, Corfù, Isole Echinadi (Curzolari), immagine della battaglia di Lepanto, Cefalonia, Zante, il Peloponneso (Morea), Cythera (Cerigo), Creta, Karpathos (Scarpanto), Rodi, Santorini, Milo, Naxos (Nicsia), Chio (Scio), Lesbo (Metellino), Costantinopoli, Lemnos (Lenno), Eubea (Negroponte), Cipro, pianta di Città del Messico, carta del centro e Nord 'America (mondo nuovo), Santo Domingo, Cuba, Jamaica, S. Lorenzo, S. Giovanni (Isole Vergini), Ceylon (Taprobana), le isole Molucche, Mappamondo, Mappamondo (carta nautica) e l'Istria.

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        Metaphysicarum Disputationum, In quibus & universa Naturalis Theologia ordinate traditur, et Quaestiones omnes ad duodecim Aristotelis Libros pertinentes, accurate disputantur. Summa recenter cura, praecunctis aliis hucusque impressis, a mendis omnibus expurgatus. Tomus prior et posterior, 2 Bände.

      Venedig, Giovanni Battista Colosino, 1605. - circa 30,8 x 22,5 cm. 58 Bll., 698 SS., 1 w. Bl.; 2 Bll., 728 SS., 1w. Bl. Halb-Pergament um 1900 mit marmorierten Deckeln Korrigierte Ausgabe der erstmals 1597 erschienenen Disputationes Metaphysicae des bedeutenden spanischen Theologen und Philosophen Suarez (1548-1617). Dieser Beitrag zur Metaphysik nach Aristoteles gilt als eines des Hauptwerke der Barock- bzw. Spätscholastik. "- Teils gebräunt, einige Lagen etwas wasserrandig, überwiegend jedoch recht sauber, die letzten Blätter jeweils oben mit kleinen Randschäden nur im weissen Rand (ohne Textberührung), hübsch gebunden. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Regales Disputationes tres: idest, De potestate Regis absoluta. De vnione Regnorvm Britanniae. De vi ciuium in Regem semper iniusta. Nunc primum in lucem editae. S.T.C. 11741 (variant)

      The rare variant printing (with Gentili's dedication to James I) of the work significantly modifying Gentili's views on absolutism and on the right of rebellion as set forth in his 'De Iure Belli', supporting Bodin and likely influential upon Hobbes. Modern brown calf, blind ruled and gilt lettered, some browning else well preserved, no copy in OCLC in North America or in the UK; the Taussig copy. Apud Guilielmum Antonium, Hanoviae, 1605.

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        Historia della vita di S. Romualdo, padre e fondatore dell?ordine Camaldolense, ch?è una Idea, e forma perfetta della vita solitaria. . Trasportata dalla ingua spagnola nella italian de d. Timotheo da Bagno.

      - Venetia, Domenico Imberti 1605. 4°. (14) S., 392 S. Altes Pergament mit goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und goldgeprägten Wappen-Supralibros auf den Deckeln. Alte Vorbesitzervermerke auf Titelblatt. Sehr gutes Exemplar.

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        Chronologie Septenaire de l'Histoire de la Paix entre les Roys de France et d'Espagne: contenant les choses plus memorables advenües en France, Espagne, Allemagne, Italie, Angleterre, Escosse, Flandres, Hongrie, Pologne, Suece, Transsilvanie, & autres endroits de l'Europe: avec le succez de plusieurs navigations faictes aux Indes Orientales, Occidentales & Septentrionales, depuis le commencement de l'an 1598 jusques à la fin de l'an 1604: divisee en sept livres

      Paris: J. Richer, 1605. First edition, second issue. Full contemporary vellum with manuscript title. Very good, vellum soiled, lacking free endpapers, a few leaves soiled, very minor dampstaining to a few corners; remnant of later bookseller ticket on verso of engraved title, modern dealer's tag on front pastedown, notations on verso of title crossed through.. Engraved additional title page, [4 lvs.], 498 leaves, [2 lvs.]. Engraved title with vignette of Henri IV, signed I de Weert. The rare first edition (second issue with leaves 20 and 207 numbered correctly, and leaf 207 correctly foliated. A second edition was also published in 1605). The final two unnumbered leaves are errata, extract of the privilege and permission to print, and signed in print Maclot, dated Paris, February 28, 1605. Spine title is: Histoire de la paix sovs Henri IV. "Contains details of voyages to the East and West Indies, more particularly Canada. from 1598 to 1604. The first edition was Paris. 1605" (Sabin). Contains one of the earliest accounts of Champlain's voyage to North America. The detailed account is is based on Champlain's book "Des Sauvages: ou voyage de Samuel Champlain, de Brouages, faite en la France nouvelle l'an 1603, which discussed the expedition to North America on a fur-trading trip led by François Gravé Du Pont for Aymar de Chaste, in which Champlain mapped the Saint Lawrence River. There is also much on the activities of the Jesuits in New Grenada, Peru, the Philippines, Japan, China, and other areas. This issue with the engraved title found is some copies, but not mentioned by Sabin or Alden & Landis. European Americana 605/21; JCB II:34; Palau 50667; Sabin 11627n. Harrisse 395. Alden 117.

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        Of the Antient Lawes of great Britaine. S.T.C. 21635

      Printed [by Edward Allde] for Iohn Iaggard [etc.], London 1605 - Modern vellum, the title slightly darkened with its lower margin cut close (no text affected), the Huth copy with his bookplate; the Taussig copy Only edition of the tract written by a Middle Temple barrister, appearing as the union of England and Scotland was contested, "unique in its singular focus on demonstrating the existence of a British common law tradition from the mists of antiquity"

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        Trattato dellÕagricoltura. Compilato da Lui in latino, e diviso in dodici libri, nŽ quali distintamente si tratta delle piante, e degli animali, e di tutte le villerecce utilitˆ, giˆ traslato nella favella fiorentina, e di nuovo rivisto, e riscontro con testi a penna dello 'Nferigno Accademico della Crusca.

      Firenze, appresso Cosimo Giunti, 1605, 8vo (cm. 21,35 x 16) piena pergamena molle coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso, pp. (8)-576-(12), marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, testatine e capolettera incisi. Unito manoscritto coevo di quattro pagine. Gamba, 375; Ceresoli, 185; Westbury, 14; Brunet, II, 418.

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        Trattato dell'agricoltura. Compilato da Lui in latino, e diviso in dodici libri, né quali distintamente si tratta delle piante, e degli animali, e di tutte le villerecce utilità, già traslato nella favella fiorentina, e di nuovo rivisto, e riscontro con testi a penna dello 'Nferigno Accademico della Crusca.

      Firenze, appresso Cosimo Giunti, 1605, 8vo (cm. 21,35 x 16) piena pergamena molle coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso, pp. (8)-576-(12), marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, testatine e capolettera incisi. Unito manoscritto coevo di quattro pagine. Gamba, 375; Ceresoli, 185; Westbury, 14; Brunet, II, 418.

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        Privileges acordez aux habitans de la Ville de Lyon, par Lettres Patentes confirmées par divers arrests : vérifiées au Parlement, Chambre des Comptes, & au Bureau des Thrésoriers de Bourgogne. Pour l'exemption des tailles ordinaires & extraordinaires, à cause des biens qu'ils possèdent au pays de Bresse.

      S.l.n.d., (1605), - in-4, [3]-54 pp., basane, dos à nerfs orné, tranches mouchetées de rouge (reliure de l'époque). Une fente à la charnière sup. Rattachés au duché de Bourgogne lors de l'annexion, les pays de Bresse et de Bugey formaient des pays d'Etats qui subsistèrent jusqu'en 1789, et jouissaient, tant directement que pour les propriétaires de biens sis dans les deux provinces, de privilèges juridiques et fiscaux particuliers, dont certains avaient été concédés par les ducs de Savoie. Reliées à la suite 51 pièces officielles, essentiellement sur des matières administratives, fiscales et économiques concernant la Bourgogne, la Bresse et le Bugey : I. Edit du Roy, portant création des offices de tiers référendaires, & controlleurs des dépens ; du mois de décembre 1635. S.l.n.d. [1635], 4 pp. - II. Lettres patentes du Roy, par lesquelles Sa Majesté a accordé aux gens des Estats de la Province de Bourgongne, l'augmentation & levée de trois livres par minot de sel (.). Dijon, Pierre Palliot, 1659, 19 pp. - III. Arrest du Conseil d'Estat du Roy, portant deffences de se pourvoir ailleurs que pardevant Messieurs les Eleus généraux des Etats de Bourgogne, pour le sujet des impositions généralles & particulières (.). Dijon, Pierre Palliot, 1686, 12 p. - IV. Arrest du Conseil d'Estat du Roy, et commission sur iceluy, porta[n]t décharge à Iean Poncerot dit Richebourg, des condamnations portées par les arrests du Parlement (.). Dijon, Pierre Palliot, 1686, 8 pp. - V. Arrest du Conseil d'Estat, pour annuller l'imposition faite par les eschevins de S. Gengoux Diocèse de Châlon, sur quelques ecclésiastiques de ladite ville (.). Paris, Antoine Vitré, 1666, 7 pp. (au format in-8). - VI. Règlement du Roy pour le fait des Tailles. Vérifié en la Cour des Aydes le 23 mars 1673. Paris, François Muguet, 1673, 4 pp. - VII. Arrest du Conseil d'Etat du Roy, pour l'exécution de la Déclaration de Sa Majesté, du 23 octobre 1675 donnée pour le recouvrement du huitième denier du prix des biens alienez par les ecclésiastiques depuis 1556 (.). S.l.n.d. [1675], 4 pp., avec un formulaire en parti renseigné à l'époque. - VIII. Déclaration du Roy, concernant les dot, & préciput des femmes en Bourgongne. Dijon, Jean Grangier, 1682, [2]-4 pp. - IX. Lettres patentes en forme de déclaration sur arrest, portant que celle de 1681 touchant les créanciers des femmes, n'aura point de lieu ès cas où il y aura eu des sentences renduës & exécutées avant ladite déclaration. Dijon, Jean Grangier, 1687, 8 pp. - X. [MANUSCRIT] Extrait d'un registre du Conseil d'Estat. S.l., 1638, un bifeuillet couvert sur 2 pp. d'une écriture un peu malaisée. Sur les propriétaires de forêts à l'abandon en Bourgogne, Charolais, Bresse & Bugey. - XI. Extrait des registres du Conseil d'Etat. Du onzième avril 1690. Dijon, 1690, [4] pp. - XII. Lettres patentes du Roi, portant suppression des offices d'arpenteurs créés par les édits de 1554 & 1575 (.). Dijon, Imprimerie Royale, s.d. [1690], 8 pp. - XIII. Arrest du Conseil d'Etat du Roi concernant les droits de glandages, pacages, chauffages, & tous autres droits d'usages. Dijon, 1691, [4] pp. - XIV. [PLACARD] Lettres patentes du Roy, pour la convocation du Ban & Arrièreban en Bourgongne & Bresse. S.l.n.d. [1691], placard in-folio (40 x 28 cm), replié. - XV. Extrait des registres du Conseil d'Etat. S.l.n.d. [1691], 4 pp. - XVI. Continuation pendant trois années des deux cruës, de 40 sols & 50 sols, accordées aux Etats de Bourgogne, sur châque minot de sel. S.l.n.d. [1691], 10 pp. - XVII. [PLACARD] Lettres patentes du Roy, pour la convocation du Ban et Arrièreban de Bourgongne et Bresse. S.l.n.d. [1692], placard in-folio (38 x 32 cm), replié. - XVIII. Edit du Roy, portant création des offices de Conseillers de Sa Majesté commissaires héréditaires à la vérification & signature des rolles des Tailles (.) dans chacune des villes, bourgs & lieux principaux du duché & dépendances des Etats de Bourgogne, provinces de Bresse, Bugey, Valromey & Gex (.). Paris, Estienne Michall [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historia Vinetiana di Paolo Paruta cavaliere, et procuratore di S. Marco. Divisa in due parti. Con privilegii. Unito a : Della historia vinetiana di Paolo Paruta caualiere, et procuratore di San Marco, parte seconda. Nella quale in libri tre si contiene la guerra fatta dalla lega de' prencipi christiani contra Selino ottomano, per occasione del regno di Cipro.

      Venezia, appresso Domenico Nicolini, 1605, due parti rilegate in due volumi in-4to legature in piena pergamena coeva con unghie e titoli manoscritti ai dorsi, tagli spruzzati, pp. (4)-840-(36) + 320- (16) con due ritratti xilografici dell'Autore ai frontespizi, testate e capilettera xilografici. Qualche chiosa d'epoca. Eccellente copia con lieve gora marginale ad un lato delle sole pagine d'indice e per due, tre cm.

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        Claudii Ptolemæi Alexandrini Geographiae Libri Octo Græco Latini Latinè primÙm recogniti et emendati cum tabulis geographicis ad mentem auctoris restitutis per Gerardum Mercatorem

      Folio (412 x 268 mm); engraved title-page, 215, [31], [1]pp., 27 double-page engraved maps, with text to verso, [30pp.]. Without the full-page map of Egypt added by Mercator. Front free end-paper with loss; the text block lightly stained along the side border sometimes affecting printed area of text or map, a few of the maps with short splits to the lower centrefold, Greece with two tears restored; Asia III with paper damage outside the lower border. Contemporary calf, rebacked, six raised bands and red morocco label with gilt lettering to spine; boards worn but nicely repaired. Amsterdam : Jodocus Hondius sr.,

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        Chronologie Septenaire de lHistoire de la Paix entre les Roys de France et dEspagne

      Contenant les choses plus memorables advenues en France, Espagne, Allemagne, Italie, Angleterre, Escosse, Flandres, Hongrie, Polognes, Suece, Transsilvanie, & autres endroits de'Europe, avec le succez de plusieurs navigations faictes aux Indes Orientales, Occidentales & Septentrionales depuis, le commencement de l'an 1598, jusques à la fin de l'an 1604. 2nd edition. 4to. Disbound. First and last pages dusty. xxii,43pp. P. Shatwell. London.First edition. Lacking engraved frontispiece. Small 8vo. Contemporary calf, joints split but firm. 4, 498ll. Paris, Jean Richer,

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        Histoire dv S. Sacrement de Miracle. Reposant à Brvxelles, en l'Eglise Collegiale de S. Goudele, & des Miracles faictz par iceluy

      Brussels: Rutger Velpius, 1605. 8vo (151 x 93 mm). Collation: *8 **4 e8 A-S8 (S8 blank). [40], 266, [4] pp. Roman and italic types, shoulder notes. 16 engraved illustrations including title vignette, one plate and 14 three-quarter-page or full-page engravings printed in text quires, by Adriaen Collaert, the engraving on p. 242 signed by him; three engravings are corrections mounted over the original engravings (pp. 4, 17 & 28). Lightly washed, but a fine copy, with excellent, dark impressions of the engravings. Late 19th-century Jansenist brown morocco, turn-ins gilt, gilt edges (minor scuffing to joints and corners).*** only edition of a grim miracle book, overtly anti-Semitic, containing a disturbing reminder of the intimate historical links between persecution of the Jews and Christian piety. The cult of the Holy Sacrament of the Miracle, of which this edition contains the first complete printed account, originated in an infamous host desecration libel, used as justification for the arrest and murder of a group of Brussels Jews in 1370, by order of the Duke of Brabant, and the subsequent expulsion of the Jews from that duchy. According to the libel, a Jew named Jonathan, from Enghien, decided to steal and desecrate communion wafers in revenge for mistreatment of his co-religionists. To do this he bribed a recent formerly Jewish convert named Jean de Louvain to steal the ciborium from the church of Sainte Catherine of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean. Jonathan was assassinated and his widow and son Abraham fled with the ciborium to Brussels, where with a gathering of fellow Jews they purportedly engaged in desecratory stabbing of the wafers, which miraculously gushed blood. The frightened Jews were then said to have consigned the ciborium and its contents to another converted Jew, a woman named Catherine, charging her with hiding it in Cologne, but she succumbed to remorse and reported the act to the local curé. While the recovered Hosts were transported in a procession to the nearby Cathedral of St Michael and St. Gudula, patron saint of Brussels, the accused Jews were burned at the stake and the Jewish community was banished. St. Gudula with its miraculous hosties became a pilgrimage site, and the reliquary containing the hosts were paraded in an annual procession. The cult of the Sacrament of the Miracle was not discontinued until after WW II. Many subsequent alleged miracles enacted by the hosts are described here at length, as is a cold-blooded accounting of the monies taken from the Jewish victims by their persecutors. Also provided is the text of a papal indulgence for pilgrims to St. Gudula; the history of another miraculous host, at the Augustinian monastery in Louvain; and a life of St. Gudula. The title engraving shows Saints Michael and Gudula flanking a seated God-figure wearing a papal crown holding the Golden cross which housed the miraculous hosts (also illustrated on fols. b8v and p. 72), and in which they were hidden during the Calvinist Republic (1579-1585). The remaining engravings are illustrations of scenes from the libel, a depiction of the Louvain Host reliquary, and a full-length portrait of Gudula (signed by Collaert). In his dedication to the ruling monarch, Isabella, Infanta of Spain, dated 14 July 1605, the author, a priest and canon of St. Gudela, explains his motivation for relating this terrible tale. A few partial manuscript and printed accounts of the miracle in Latin and Flemish existed (see Adam), but none circulated in French, the international language of the people. Yden describes blushing at his French, explaining that Latin would have been easier for him, and his indecision as to whether to see his manuscript into print. (French was evidently also not the first language of the compositors, given the number of misprints and misspellings.) But besides informing the faithful, Yden explains, he intends to "confound the Heretics" (fol. *4v), referring to the Protestants, who denied transubstantiation and had publicly cast doubt on the tale of the miracle. The reliquary's reemergence in 1585 (recounted here), when the Calvinists were chased out, became another miracle to commemorate. Isabella and her husband Archduke Albert made the annual procession of the reliquary a state occasion. This implied parallel between the Jews and the Protestants had already been spelled out in the stained-glass windows of the Chapel of the Holy Sacrament of St. Gudule, made by Jean Haeck in the 1540s, and it had become commonplace to portray the supposed desecrations by medieval Jews as prefigurations of Protestantism. That theme pervades this work, not only in Yden's text. One contributor, in a preliminary Ode signed "C.D.P.," calls out jointly the "pauvre Juif" and the "hereticque abominable" (fol. **2r). Similar paired epithets or exhortations are scattered through the several preliminary verses, which include an Ode and Sonnet by the poet Maximilien de Wignacourt. Thus the work's resonance and raison d'être went beyond hagiography or miracle accounts. Renaud Adam, in the article cited below, situates Yden's text in the context of Habsburgian efforts to maintain Catholic dominance over the Southern Netherlands, and traces a gradual softening of the anti-Protestant message in later editions of the work (starting with Yden's own Flemish version of the text in 1608, in which he added witchcraft to his targets). OCLC locates a single copy of this edition in North America (Houghton). Brunet V, 469; cf. Renaud Adam, "L'Histoire de Saint sacrement de Miracle d'Étienne Ydens (1605), œuvre de dévotion ou œuvre polémique?," Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire 92 (2014), 2:413-433.

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        Very rare Antique Print-CATHOLIC-SATIRE 3-ROEMSCHE KERCKE-BAGPIPE-Baudous-1605

      - Antique print, titled: 'De Rhoemse Kercke.' - This plate is one of three sheets depicting one large and very rare engraving named 'De Roemsche Kercke', a satirical view of the Roman Church. This is the right sheet only. This scene shows a church entry and interior. Many grotesque and misformed figures and creatures perform or attend catholic ceremonies. On the left money is being earned by trading all sorts of religious object and a priest leads a service. On the foreground a procession with dancing figures around a crucifix. In front of the church the whores Ohola and Oholiba are seated half naked. Musicians are depicted as instruments include a bagpipe. With a 3-column, 3-line verse in latin. This scene is inspired by Hieronymus Bosch iconography, but is not a scene after Bosch. Engraving on hand laid paper. Made by 'Robert Willemsz de Baudous ' after own design. Robert Willemsz de Baudous / Badoux (c. 1575-c. 1644) was a Flemmish marine painter, engraver and editor from Brussels, active in Amsterdam from 1591. His style resembles de Gheyn. Condition: Good, given age. A fold running through middle of the sheet. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. The overall size is ca. 20.9 x 19.7 inch. The image size is ca. 18.9 x 17.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 53 x 50 cm. The image size is ca. 48.1 x 44.1 cm.

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