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        POEMS, &C. UPON SEVERAL OCCASIONS

      Tho. Dring, London 1673 - Octavo, [78], 165, [1], 117, [5] pages; VG; in contemporary binding, 1/4 bound in brown leather, paper boards; moderate wear to binding, including significant rubbing to boards, bumping to corners, chipping to head and tail of spine; browning as usual to pages; title page plus the following three pages show some tattering to the fore and lower edge, presumably from handling; leaf B1 has a chip missing to the lower fore corner; two small closed tears to C4; upper fore corner of second title page for Latin poems has a small closed tear; mathematics in ink on s8 margin; lacking rear endpaper; A?, A-S?; with deep printing; In 1673, a year before his death, Milton issued a revised and expanded edition of the Poems.; Signature of John Wigan on leaf A2, A2, B8, H7 (twice); HJ intials on front pastedown, title page, A1, JG consignment; shelved case 0. Dupont. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lexicon universale historico-geographico-chronologico-poetico-philologicum I-II (and) Lexici Universalis Historico- Geographico- Chronologico- Poetico-Philologici Continuatio I-II.

      Basel, Widerhold 1673-83. (16),1964 + (6),600,120,(34) + (12),1063,(1) + 963,(1),260 pages. Folio. In 4 intact, old, worn, and to some extent repaired full leather bindings. Frontespiece is missing. Some of the first and last leaves wrinkled.

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        Asia, The First Part being An Accurate Description of Persia, And the Several Provinces thereof. The Vast Empire of The Great Mogol, And other Parts of India: And their Several Kingdoms and Regions: With The Denominations and Descriptions of the Cities...

      London: Printed by the Author..., 1673. London:: Printed by the Author..., 1673., 1673. Large 4to. [417 Ã

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        Speculum Juris Anglicani, Or, A View of the Laws of England, As They are divided into Statutes, Common-Law and Customs: Incidentally, Of the Customs appertaining to the Famous City of London, never before Printed [etc.]. Wing B5267

      Only edition (of two variant printings) of Brydall's first introductory treatise on English law, to be followed by his 'Enchiridion Legum' later in the year, "clearly written; and . . . doubtless useful to the students for which they were intended". Contemporary sheep, somewhat stained, neatly rebacked, the top margin cut a bit close (no text affected), else quite clean; the Taussig copy. Printed by John Streater, Eliz. Flesher and H. Twyford [etc.], London, 1673.

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        Asia, The First Part being An Accurate Description of Persia, And the Several Provinces thereof. The Vast Empire of The Great Mogol, And other Parts of India: And their Several Kingdoms and Regions: With The Denominations and Descriptions of the Cities...

      London:: Printed by the Author..., 1673., 1673. Large 4to. [417 × 266 mm]. [7], 253 pp. With 34 engraved plates, including 14 large double page folding maps or city views + 17 full-page engraved plates, and 30 engraved illustrations within the text [totaling 64 illustrations], title printed in red and black, dedication to Charles II, Mongol vocabulary [pp. 129-133], index and plate list for binder (at rear). Recent dark sprinkled calf to style, new spine & endpaper, repair and some professional restoration towards the gutter on the frontispiece, title page, and last leaf, some mild soiling also to these leaves, otherwise light browning, occasional spots, and a few minor edge-splits some with professional repair, but overall a very good copy. PROVENANCE: Bookplate: The Explorers Club Collection; presented by James B. Ford. Signature of Edwin F. Hatfield, 255 Madison Street, New York. Very rare. FIRST EDITION OF OGILBY'S CLASSIC WORK ON ASIA. Although described as a first part, no second part was published. DNB suggests that the second part of this work, always regarded as a separate publication, was Ogilby's Embassy to the Emperor of China, 1669, and published in a second edition in 1673. John Ogilby, born near Edinburgh, he won favor as a courtier to the Stuarts, and as an accomplished dance teacher. He even invested in a Virginia plantation at an early age. At the Restoration and under Charles II he made himself indispensable to the court and became a prominent London publisher, notably with editions of the Bible, translations of Virgil, Homer and Aesop's Fables. His road maps and histories of Africa (1670), America (1671) and Asia (1673), were all highly regarded, being replete with large engraved plates and maps. The DNB tells of "many splendid books, mostly in folio..." illustrated by prominent engravers including Hollar. The Great Fire of London in 1666 destroyed his premises. The DNB also details the criticisms leveled toward Ogilby by figures such as Pope, Dryden, especially as poet. The place of his labor with regard to the grand illustrated histories of Asia, America and Africa, are much in the tradition of Kircher and other encyclopedists who gathered all available data and published times that brought together all that was known or told of these regions. Brunet IV, 174; Cox I, 275; DNB, XIV, pp. 908-911; Wing O-166. EXTRA POSTAGE WILL APPLY.

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        1673 GREEK Hierocles of Alexandria Golden Verses Pythagoras Philosophy Fatalism

      London : Printed by J.R. for F. Williams . and are to be sold by Henry Dickinson of Cambridge, Bookseller, 1673. - 1673 GREEK Hierocles of Alexandria Golden Verses Pythagoras Philosophy Fatalism Hierocles of Alexandria was a 5th-century Greek writer. The only surviving work of Hierocles, who studied under Plutarch, was his commentary on Golden Verses of Pythagoras. It included a treatise on providence and fate and his arguments against predestination. However, his views did not favor the providence of a divine God, rather focused on irrational worldly needs. Although Christianity was not mentioned in his works, his writings have been used to reconcile traditions between Greek orthodox and Christian beliefs. (Mozley) Item number: #1790 Price: $750 HIEROCLES, of Alexandria Hierocles De providentia & fato: una cum fragmentis ejusdem ; et Lilii Gyraldi interpretationo symbolorum Pythagoræ ; notisque Merici Casauboni ad commentarium Hieroclis in Aurea Carmina. London : Printed by J.R. for F. Williams . and are to be sold by Henry Dickinson of Cambridge, Bookseller, 1673. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [64], 271, [32], 433, [1] • References: Mozley, Hierocles of Alexandria • Language: Latin • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1790 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Speculum Juris Anglicani, Or, A View of the Laws of England, As They are divided into Statutes, Common-Law and Customs: Incidentally, Of the Customs appertaining to the Famous City of London, never before Printed [etc.]. Wing B5267

      London: Printed by John Streater, Eliz. Flesher and H. Twyford [etc.], 1673. Contemporary sheep, somewhat stained, neatly rebacked, the top margin cut a bit close (no text affected), else quite clean; the Taussig copy Only edition (of two variant printings) of Brydall's first introductory treatise on English law, to be followed by his 'Enchiridion Legum' later in the year, "clearly written; and . . . doubtless useful to the students for which they were intended

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        De metallorum transmutatione ad . Joelem Langelottum, Serenissimi principis cimbrici archiatrum celeberrimum epistola.

      Hamburg und Amsterdam Schultz und Janssonius 1673 - (16 x 8,5 cm). 168 S. Pergamentband der Zeit. Eine von zwei Varianten der ersten Ausgabe des von Schmieder sehr geschätzten Werkes. Es gibt auch Exemplare, die nur in Hamburg bei Schultz erschienen sind. - "Kompilation alchemistischer Aussagen zur Frage der Verwandlung der Metalle, in Form eines offenen Briefes an den holsteinischen Leibarzt Joel Langelott" (Dünnhaupt). Die Schrift wurde 1702 von Manget in seiner "Bibliotheca chemica" wieder abgedruckt, und 1704 erschien davon eine anonyme Übersetzung unter dem Titel "Vom Goldmachen". - Morhof (1639-91) "darf zwar nicht zu den Alchemisten gezählt werden, sondern er betrachtet die Alchemie nur aus dem Gesichtspunkte des Historikers; aber um so mehr darf man von ihm ein unparteiliches Urtheil erwarten. Auf seinen wiederholten Reisen. sammelte er die Stimmen der sachkundigen Gelehrten, stellte ausgedehnte literarische Forschungen an, und gewann so die historische Ueberzeugung von der Wahrheit der Alchemie. Diese Ueberzeugung sprach er (in vorliegendem Werk) offen aus." (Schmieder). - Alter Stempel auf dem Titel. Durchgehend unterschiedlich gebräunt. Einband gering fleckig und berieben. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - VD17 39:116792A; Dünnhaupt 70; Ferguson II, 107; Bolton 1016; Schmieder 419; Brüning 2268

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        Trinum magicum, sive secretorum magicorum opus.

      Frankfurt Seyler 1673 - (12,5 x 7 cm). (24) 498 (richtig 500) S. Lederband der Zeit. Achte und letzte Ausgabe, "a rare and interesting volume, of which there is a full account in Thorndike" (Duveen). - Diese Sammlung enthält: I. "Tractatus magicus" von Marco Antonio Zimara, II. "Tractatus de virtutibus quarundam herbarum, lapidum et animalium" von (Pseudo-) Albertus Magnus, III. "Commentatio de magnetica curatione vulnerum" von R(udolf) G(oclenius) und IV. "Logia, sive oracula Zoroastri." - Zu I: M. A. Zimara (1470-1532) lehrte Philosophie und Theologie in Padua und Neapel und verfasste u.a. Kommentare zu Aristoteles und Averroës. In dem vorliegenden Tractatus werden in 31 Kapiteln die verschiedenen Arten der Magie (natürliche, künstliche, abergläubische) behandelt, gefolgt von einem Anhang über die wunderbaren Wirkungen der natürlichen Magie, einer Sammlung von Geheimnissen und Rezepten. Allerdings ist die Verfasserschaft von Zimara umstritten. - Zu II: In diesem pseudoalbertinischen Traktat werden die 'Tugenden' verschiedener Kräuter, Steine und Tiere beschrieben. - Zu III: Die vorliegende Abhandlung enthält eine der frühesten Beschreibungen einer Waffensalbe. - Bei dem Verfasser, der nur mit "R.G.M.D." angegeben wird, handelt es sich wohl um Rudolf Goclenius (1575-1621), Professor für Physik, Medizin und Mathematik in Marburg, einen Anhänger von Paracelsus, der sich hier mit der magnetischen Behandlung von Wunden beschäftigt. Nach Quellen, die Ferguson zitiert, ist der Name des Herausgebers "Cäsar Longinus" vermutlich ein Pseudonym, hinter dem sich ebenfalls Rudolf Goclenius verbirgt. - Zu IV: Dieser Teil enthält die Weissagungen des Zoroaster und die Mysterien der Völker der Antike. - Durchgehend etwas braunfleckig. Rücken sauber restauriert, sonst gut erhalten. - VD17 12:000322Q; Krivatsy 7103; Neu 2532; Kopp II, 339; vgl. Duveen 366; Thorndike VI, 600; Wellcome I, 205 (jeweils andere Ausgaben) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les dix livres d'architecture de Vitruve.

      Jean Baptiste Coignard 1673 - Vitruvius's famous ten books of architecture (De architectura libri decem). Folio, 43 x 29 cm. Bound in contemporary French calf, rebacked. 1st French translation by Claude Perrault. Engraved title by Scotin (after S. Le Clerc). 65 copper plate engravings (55 full page) by Pitau, Tournier, Grignon, etc. Additionally, numerous diagrams and charts in the text. Scattered staining. A scholarly edition of Vitruvius's work. Refs: Brunet V:1329; Cicognara 727; Fowler 418; RIBA 3512. De architectura was the most significant work on architecture to survive classical antiquity. It was highly influential on European design and found a resurgence in the Renaissance in work of Leon Battista Alberti, Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Bramante, Vignola, Palladio, etc. Vitruvius's work became the nucleus of classical design in architecture. "By exemplifying the principles of classical architecture "De architecture" became the fundamental architectural textbook for centuries" (PMM). This is an oversized or heavy book, which requires additional postage for international delivery outside the US. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tabulae Medicae Seu Medicina Do-Msetica

      1673. Condition: 7 . Binding: Contemporary Full Leather 24mo

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        Herrn Christian Wolffens, Hochfürstl. Heßischen Hoff-Raths und Prof. Philos. & Mathem. Primarii &c. Meinung von dem Wesen der Seele und eines Geistes überhaupt; und D. Andreas Rüdigers Gegen-Meinung. Leipzig, J. S. Heinsius 1727. 8°. 16 Bll., 335 S., 8 Bll., Prgt. d. Zt. mit hs. RTitel.

      - ADB XXIX, 467 f.- Erste und einzige Ausgabe, selten.- Andreas Rüdigers (1673-1731) explizite Auseinandersetzung mit dem Begriff der Seele als dem Kern und der Grundlage der Wolffschen Metaphysik und Moral. Nach einer kurzen historischsystematischen Einleitung ist der entsprechende Abschnitt aus Wolffens "Vernünfftigen Gedancken von Gott, der Welt und der Seele" (§ 727-927) Wort für Wort abgedruckt und unter dem Text mit Rüdigers ausführlichen kritischen Anmerkungen versehen. Rüdiger lehnte die prästabilierte Harmonie ab. Die Seele ist ihm zufolge "geistig und einfach, aber doch ausgedehnt und insofern materiell. Seele und Leib stehen miteinander in Wechselwirkung. Es gibt Menschen mit mehreren Seelen" (Eisler, Phil.-Lex. 616).- Titel verso u. 2 Bll. mit kl. Stempel, kaum fleckig, sonst gutes Exemplar.

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        Tabulae Medicae Seu Medicina Do-Msetica

      1673 - Weight (kg): 0,328 Height (cm): 13,2 Width (cm): 8 Thickness (cm): 5,3 24MO 24mo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historia de rebus in Gallia gestis ab Alexandro Farnesio Parmae, et Placentiae Duce III, supremo Belgii Praefecto

      (à la fin) Roma, Typis Nicolai Angeli Tinassi, 1673.. Frontispice + 6 pages non chiffrées + 683 pages + 4 planches sur double page (manque 1 planche) (25x37cm). Vélin de l'époque. Coins légèrement émoussés. Quelques salissures aux plats. Rousseurs. Mouillures. Assez bon exemplaire. Edition Originale. 5 Superbes Planches dont 4 sur double page représentant de Spectaculaires Batailles. Très Rare. Histoire. Bel in-folio. Belgique.

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        Landscape with Estate.

      ca. 1673.(). Original ink and wash on laid paper, 27 x 38 cm. Stamped mark, illeg., l.r. Stamped mark of A. Schaller, dated and inscribed on verso. Near fine.

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        The Citty of Bristoll.

      1673 - Bristol: James Millerd, & London: John Overton & Thomas Wall, 1673. Two sheets conjoined, total 305 x 705mm. Repaired tear. An elevated prospect of Bristol from the south, with Aston and Clifton on the left horizon, the Royal Fort in the centre and Horsfield & Ashley on the right. The title is on a banderole in the centre, with the arms of two Earls of Bristol underneath, with space for a third. In the top corners are the arms of Charles II and his Queen, Catherine of Braganza, with the arms of the City of Bristol and the Society of the Merchants of Bristol underneath. In the bottom corners are two verses in Latin, keys of Churches and other landmarks. Along the bottom is an advert for Millerd's four-sheet map of Bristol. Just above that is an oddity: a dedication to the major and aldermen of the city has had curtains engraved over the top, probably because Millerd did not receive the civic recognition he felt was his due. The example in the Bristol Museums Galleries has the same feature. Millerd's three works were first published between 1670 and 1677, the other two being maps of Bristol. He is also recorded as being a mercer and a 'Guardian of the Poor', appointed to administer the poor laws in the city. WORMS & BAYNTON-WILLIAMS: British Map Engravers, p. 450.

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        Marriage A-la-Mode. A Comedy. As it is Acted at the Theatre-Royal.

      London: Printed by T. N. for Henry Herringman...1673. Small 4to., [8], 85 pp., [1], ornamental initials and headpieces. Later blind-stamped full brown calf, gilt-stamped title on spine, raised bands. Minor foxing; fine. Bookplates of Herschel V. Jones, Louis H. Silver, and David and Lulu Borowitz (three total). First edition. First performed in 1672. A two part play with unrelated plots. John Dryden (1631-1700) was an English poet, playwright, and critic, known for pieces which engaged a witty rapport with the audience; either flattering or insulting them. Marriage a-la-mode is considered his best comedy. Wing 2306.

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        Decimus Junius Juvenalis and Aulus Persius Flaccus. Translated and illustrated, as well with Sculpture as Notes, by Barten Holyday

      Oxford, Printed by W. Downing for F. Oxlad Senior, J. Adams, and F. Oxlad Junior, 1673. Folio, [12], 341, [3, with the first and second blank] pages with numerous decorated initials, woodcuts and engravings in the text plus an engraved map and 3 engraved plates (one a folding panorama); the main title page is printed in red and black. Of more than passing interest is the fact that the large illustration (160 x 105 mm) on page 264 is printed upside down, and another example of it, cut to size, is mounted over it in the correct orientation. Antique-style full calf a little stained along the bottom inch or two; light tidemark to the bottom inner corner throughout; a very good copy. The first combined edition, with the second title page at page [285]. Significantly, the main title page carries the contemporary ownership signature in ink of Thomas Killigrew (1612-83), English dramatist and theatre manager. The two annotations and seven words underlined in pencil in Juvenal's Satire VII (pages 133-138) may well be in his hand.

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        Remembrances for Order and Decency to be Kept in Super House of..

      1673. House of Lords; London, c.1673. House of Lords; London, c.1673. Manuscript c.1673 Parliamentary Manual for a Member of the House of Lords [Manuscript]. [Great Britain] [Parliament]. [House of Lords]. Remembrances for Order and Decency to be Kept in Super House of Parliament, By the Lords when His Ma[jes]tie is not There; Leaving the Solemnities Belonging to His Self Comeing to Be Marshalled by Those Lords to Whom it More Properly Apertains. [London, c.1673]. 83, [5] pp. Octavo (5-1/4" x 3"). Contemporary morocco, recently rebacked, gilt frames with corner fleurons enclosed by gilt rules, gilt-edged raised bands to spine, all edges gilt. Negligible light rubbing to boards, moderate rubbing to board edges, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front hinge cracked, rear, rear free endpaper lacking. Content in fine secretarial hand to rectos and versos of most leaves. (32 are blank.) Negligible light toning to interior. A well-preserved item. $1,500. * With an index. This is a fair copy of a compilation of parliamentary procedure and rules of conduct for a member of the House of Lords extracted from the journals of that house. The latest order is dated 1673. OCLC and COPAC record a small number of similar manuscripts from the eighteenth century, but only a few compiled before 1700.

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        Honor rediviuus, or an analysis of Hono[sic] and Armory.

      London, H. Heringman, 1673. 4o. Modern half leather with marbled boards. Exlibris Daniel de Bruin (etching). (3)+345+(5) pag. Trimmed a little tight at the top, a minor restoration to the frontispiece, some small stains inside, else a good copy. Illustrated with a frontispice, engraved titlepage (by R. Gaywood), 9 full page engraved plates of natoble persons in their robes and several mainly hand coloured woodcuts of coats-of-arms. With a handwritten index at the end. This book first explains the idea of honour and then explains the families that recieved noble titles as result of their honourable conduct. Many coats-of-arms are depicted. The book also lists the orders of knighthood, the several houses, inns of court, chancery and other hostels in the city of London. Rare edition. H144

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        Historia de rebus in Gallia gestis ab Alexandro Farnesio Parmae, et Placentiae Duce III. supremo Belgii Praefecto.

      ohne Verlagsangabe., 1673 - 5, 537, 39 Seiten Seiten Goldprägung am Buchrücken, ganzseitig gestochene Tafel im Vorsatz, 5 aufklappbare Karten der Schlachten, Papier ( auch Tafeln ) altersbedingt gedunkelt, Kanten etwas berieben, sonst guter Zustand la Gewicht in Gramm: 1550

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        La Biblioteca Aprosiana, Passatempo Autunnale di Cornelio Aspasio Antivigilmi. (It follows:) MINOZZI, Pier Francesco (fl. 17th cent.). Biblioteca Aprosiana cantata da Pier Francesco Minozzi

      Bologna, Manolessi 1673 - Two parts in one volume, 12mo (137x69 mm). (10), 733 [i.e. 683], (1 blank) pp. Roman and Italic type. With a frontispiece engraved by Giovanni Mattia Striglioni after Domenico Piola, showing the inside of a library with, on top, the coat-of-arms of Giovanni Niccolò Cavanna, dedicatee of the work and friend of the author. The second part opens with a separate title-page on p. 667. At l. C12r half-page woodcut illustration depicting an Egyptian stele. Contemporary green morocco, panels within gilt frame, richly decorated gilt spine with four raised bands and red morocco lettering-piece, marbled endpapers. Reference notes in English by an eighteenth-century hand on the front flyleaves. A fine copy. RARE FIRST EDITION, financed by the dedicatee Giovanni Niccolò Cavanna and edited by Lorenzo Legati, of the catalogue of the first public library of Liguria, the Aprosiana Library, named after its founder, the Augustinian Friar Angelico Aprosio, and established in 1648 at the Augustinian monastery of Ventimiglia. The library contained over ten thousand volumes (cf. L. Gavazzi, Angelico Aprosio, la Biblioteca Aprosiana e il complesso di Sant'Agostino a Ventimiglia, Ventimiglia, 2010). The work consists of a list of the collection supporters - the "Fautori" -, arranged in alphabetical order by first name. For each "Fautore", the author gives bio-bibliographical notes and describes the books donated by him to the library. In most cases the donor is also a writer or a scholar who gave to the library works of his own. The catalogue interrupts at the letter C. The continuation (up to letter M) remained unpublished and is known only in an autograph manuscript that Aprosio prepared for printing, which is today preserved at the University Library in Genoa. The second part of the volume contains the Biblioteca Aprosiana cantata by Pier Francesco Minozzi. The name of the author is concealed behind the pseudonym of Cornelio Aspasio Antivigilmi, actually Aprosio's anagram including also the name of his hometown, Ventimiglia. Angelico Aprosio entered the Augustinian order at the age of fifteen. He lived for a while in Genoa and Siena, before moving to Monte San Savino (1632-1634), where he taught philosophy and met the lifelong friend P.F. Minozzi. From there he moved back to Genoa in 1634. From 1637 to 1648 he was in Treviso and Venice, where he made the acquaintance of G. F. Loredan and Pietro Michiel, on whose libertine book Arte degli Amanti he wrote a commentary. Aprosio was also in touch with other learned scholars like L. Mancini, G. Scioppio, and L. Allacci. In 1647 he was invited by Giuliano Spinola, whose son was a pupil of Aprosio, to go back to Genoa. In 1648 he finally found a house for his already conspicuous library in the monastery of his order in Ventimiglia. In 1653 the library was officially recognized by Pope Innocent X, who issued a ban prohibiting the sale of any of its books, and was open to the public. In the following years, Aprosio dedicated himself to increasing the library, enlarging the monastery to host the volumes, and compiling the library catalogue. The library was partly dispersed in 1798 upon the arrival of the French troops and with the suppression of the Augustinian order. Part of the volumes ended up in the National Library of Genoa. In his last years Aprosio corresponded with G. Naudé, F. Redi, Gronovius, the cardinal Mazarin, and above all with Antonio Magliabechi. Aprosio died in 1681. La Biblioteca Aprosiana is also the most important source about his life (A. Asor-Rosa, Aprosio, Angelico, in: "Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani", III, 1961, s.v.). Melzi, I, p. 69; Brunet, I, 325; Peignot, 77. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rare Antique Master Prints-DEATH-JOHAN-CORNELIS-DE WITT-Anonymous-ca. 1673

      - Antique master prints, titled: 'Ausfuhrliceh Vorstellung und Abbildung der ercschreclichen und abscheuligen Tyrannen welche das Schraurigen Volck im Haag verubet.' - Pamflet / broadside concerning the murder on Johann and Cornelis de Witt. Engraving and letterpress on laid paper. Watermark: Eagle = Southern Germany, ca. 1670. Description: State: Only state. Ref: FMH 2420B. Provenance: Very rare pamflet!Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Anonymous' after an anonymous artist. Anonymous, published by Johann Hoffmann in Nurenberg. Condition: Very good, given age. Thread margins, some old folds. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: R1-026 LATPC The overall size is ca. 12.4 x 15.6 inch. The image size is ca. 12.4 x 15.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 31.4 x 39.5 cm. The image size is ca. 31.4 x 39.5 cm.

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        1673 Theodoret of Cyrus BYZANTINE Ecclesiastical History Greek Early Church

      Parisiis : Typis Petri Le Petit, 1673. - 1673 Theodoret of Cyrus BYZANTINE Ecclesiastical History Greek Early Church Theodoret of Cyrus was a 5th-century early Christian church bishop. He played a critical role in many Byzantine controversies which led to various ecumenical acts and schisms. He wrote numerous exegetical and dogmatic works, along with a historical look at early ecclesiastics. Theodoret’s ‘Ecclesiastical History’ deals with the rise of Arianism (mid-3rd-century AD) through the mid-5th-century. In this work, Theodoret expounds on major Arian controversies, church councils, and synods. It varied in style from other early church father’s histories in that it was much more concise, only using brief commentaries. This fine 1673 edition was the first edition edited by Henry de Valois, an expert on Greek and Latin literary works. Edition printed in Greek and Latin parallel. Item number: #1217 Price: $750 THEODORET of Cyrus Parisiis : Typis Petri Le Petit, 1673. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [34], 585 [i.e. 575], [17], 208, [9] • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Provenance: o Armorial Bookplate – Coll: Theol: Wellens: A.D. 1840. o Handwritten – Jacobus Thomas Law o Handwritten – Johannis Lichen, 1823. • Language: Latin & Greek • Size: ~15in X 9.75in (38cm x 24.5cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1217 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        French and English Dictionary, composed by Mr Randle Cotgrave: with another in English and French. Whereunto are added sundry Animadversions, with Supplements of many Hundreds of Words never before printed; with accurate Castigations throughout the whole Work, and Distinctions of the Obsolete Words from those that are now in Use. Together with a Large Grammar, and a Dialogue consisting of all Gallicismes, with Additions of the most Useful and Significant Proverbs, with other Refinements according to Cardinal Richelieu's late Academy. For the furtherance of Young Learners, and the Advantage of all others that endeavour to arrive to the most Exact Knowledge of the French Language, this Work is exposed to Publick, by James Howell Esq,

      unpaginated: pp. [816], The best (fifth & last) edition of the first important (but second to be published overall) English language / French dictionary. Its first appearance was in 1611, with this edition adding hundreds of words, the 'Animadversions,' and the 'Refinements according to Cardinal Richelieu's late Academy'. No quire or gathering "E" as usual (text continuous). Separate title of Robert Sherwood's part, Dictionaire Anglois & Francois, dated 1672.

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        Descriptio Regni Japoniae et Siam. Cambridge, J. Hayes

      1673 - Second edition (first printed in England). 8vo, [xii], 292pp, contemporary calf, expertly rebacked, light browning [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Remembrances for Order and Decency to be Kept in Super House of...

      1673. House of Lords; London, c.1673. Manuscript c.1673 Parliamentary Manual for a Member of the House of Lords [Manuscript]. [Great Britain] [Parliament]. [House of Lords]. Remembrances for Order and Decency to be Kept in Super House of Parliament, By the Lords when His Ma[jes]tie is not There; Leaving the Solemnities Belonging to His Self Comeing to Be Marshalled by Those Lords to Whom it More Properly Apertains. [London, c.1673]. 83, [5] pp. Octavo (5-1/4" x 3"). Contemporary morocco, recently rebacked, gilt frames with corner fleurons enclosed by gilt rules, gilt-edged raised bands to spine, all edges gilt. Negligible light rubbing to boards, moderate rubbing to board edges, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front hinge cracked, rear, rear free endpaper lacking. Content in fine secretarial hand to rectos and versos of most leaves. (32 are blank.) Negligible light toning to interior. A well-preserved item. $1,500. * With an index. This is a fair copy of a compilation of parliamentary procedure and rules of conduct for a member of the House of Lords extracted from the journals of that house. The latest order is dated 1673. OCLC and COPAC record a small number of similar manuscripts from the eighteenth century, but only a few compiled before 1700.

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        The Ladies calling.

      Oxford, 1673, - in-12, 1 frontispice, 1 vignette et 3 bandeaux gravés, relié plein maroquin bleu nuit, plats richement ornés et dorés de motifs géométriques, dos à nerfs ornés, roulette dorée int. et sur les coupes, tr. dorées. (Reliure de l?époque). Magnifique reliure anglaise dite du «devotional binder» (entre 1670 et 1685), très recherchée et rare en si bon état.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Fables nouvelles dediées au Roy... avec un discours sur la fable.

      4to, Eng. frontispiece by Tardieu after Coypel, xlii, 358, [2] pp, vignette on title page and 100 engravings in text by Cochin, Gillot, Edelinck, B. Picart, Simoneau and Tardieu after Coypel, Gillot, Edelinck, B. Picart and Ranc, contemporary French red morocco, 3-line gilt fillet borders with small corner ornaments, fully gilt spine with two olive morocco labels. spine very worn and sometime repaired at head."Très belle édition rare et recherchée" - Cohen / de Ricci [p.594] The book is famous for the suite of 100 exquisite engravings, 68 of which were designed and engraved by Claude Gillot (1673-1722), the great master of Watteau; Gillot's engravings have long been recognised as the first significant book illustrations of the 18th century.

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        Voyage fait a la Chine en 1665 

      One folding plate of Chinese characters, engraved portrait of Schall von Bell in lover margin of p. 23. Text in Italian, Latin, and French. Folio. 19th century half-calf by Hatton of Manchester.  Title dust-stained. Engraved exlibris of the Macclesfield library to front pastedown.  [ii], 23; 23pp. Paris, Clousier & Cramoisy, 

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        Remembrances for Order and Decency to be Kept in Super House of.

      1673 - House of Lords; London, c.1673. Manuscript c.1673 Parliamentary Manual for a Member of the House of Lords [Manuscript]. [Great Britain] [Parliament]. [House of Lords]. Remembrances for Order and Decency to be Kept in Super House of Parliament, By the Lords when His Ma[jes]tie is not There; Leaving the Solemnities Belonging to His Self Comeing to Be Marshalled by Those Lords to Whom it More Properly Apertains. [London, c.1673]. 83, [5] pp. Octavo (5-1/4" x 3"). Contemporary morocco, recently rebacked, gilt frames with corner fleurons enclosed by gilt rules, gilt-edged raised bands to spine, all edges gilt. Negligible light rubbing to boards, moderate rubbing to board edges, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front hinge cracked, rear, rear free endpaper lacking. Content in fine secretarial hand to rectos and versos of most leaves. (32 are blank.) Negligible light toning to interior. A well-preserved item. $1,500. * With an index. This is a fair copy of a compilation of parliamentary procedure and rules of conduct for a member of the House of Lords extracted from the journals of that house. The latest order is dated 1673. OCLC and COPAC record a small number of similar manuscripts from the eighteenth century, but only a few compiled before 1700. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Works of Sr William Davenant Kt Consisting of Those which were formerly Printed, and Those which he design'd for the Press: Now Published Out of the Authors Originall Copies.

      Henry Herringman, at the Sign of the Blew Anchor, London., 1673. First edition. Small folio. pp.[viii], 402, 111, [iv] 486. Engraved frontispiece portrait of the author showing his nose badly disfigured by syphilis. Contemporary calf, raised bands, new title-label. From the Library of George Rylands with his bookplate on front pastedown. The author was baptised by William Shakespeare. Samuel Butler made the comment: "It seemed to him (Davenant) that he writ with the very same spirit that Shakespeare (did), and seemed content enough, to be called his son." Davenant did little to dispel the rumour. Ownership signature on title-page dated 1715. Corners rubbed. Spine rubbed and cracked and split at the joints. Good. The binding is still tight, the contents bright.

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        Descriptions des Plantes de l'Amérique.

      Paris: L'Imprimerie Royale, 1673. First edition, first issue with the incorrect date MDCCXIII on the title page (but the correct date on the colophon). This is a fine copy in an untouched contemporary binding. Plumier was the first 'modern' botanist to describe the flora of the Caribbean at a time when natural history underwent significant qualitative changes as a result of European expansion and transatlantic contacts. He made three separate expeditions to the Caribbean, in 1689, 1693, and 1695. On the first of these he accompanied physician Joseph Surian; on the last two he travelled alone as botaniste du roi. He discovered, drew, and described hundreds of new species, and left behind over 6,000 detailed drawings of West Indian plants. Many of Plumier's generic names were adopted by Linnaeus and are still in use today, among them Fuchsia, Caesalpinia, and Magnolia. The present work, based on his second trip, was his first botanical publication. Included are many plates showing ferns and clematis. "Le Père Plumier, a monk in the order of St. Francesco di Paula, was an important botanical traveller. Tournefort and he became friends and they herborized together throughout the Midi. After that, Plumier's travels included the Antilles and several long voyages to other islands in the West Indies and to America, where he discovered, drew, and described hundreds of new plants, many of which are shown in his own books, though much of his work had to remain unpublished until Boerhaave and Jean Burmann were able to edit part of his papers, and publish them as the Plantarum Americanarum Fascisculi X in 1755-60" (Hunt). "Plumier was one of the first naturalists interested in the Antilles. He is known for his excellent descriptions and drawings of a great number of species. Although Plumier's herbarium was lost in a shipwreck, his drawings and Surian's herbarium on which Plumier collaborated are extant. Plumeria, an American tree or shrub of the family Apocynaceae, was named in honour of Plumier" (DSB). The present volume is one of three early publications of the French Academy of Sciences, grouped together as Dibner 84. "Printed at the royal press in small editions, they were intended as gifts for the King and Academy. In size, binding [some copies − e.g., Haskell Norman's − are bound in contemporary calf with the arms of Louis XIV blocked in gilt on the covers] and beauty of the plates, they are among the most sumptuous books in science" (Dibner). Only three copies listed on ABPC/RBH in the last quarter-century (one second issue, the other two not specified). The two other copies currently being offered in the trade are both second issue. Plumier (1646-1704) received his holy orders at the Franciscan order of the Minims when he was 16. He studied mathematics, physics and scientific instruments in Toulouse, where he also became skilled as a draftsman, painter and wood turner. Plumier received formal training in the science of botany at the French monastery of Trinità dei Monti in Rome, first under the guidance of Father Philipp Sergeant and later by Franciscus de Onuphriis and the Cistercian botanist, Paolo Boccone. On returning to France, Plumier studied with the famous French botanist Joseph Pitton de Tournefort (1656-1708). He accompanied Tournefort on botanical expeditions and he later went on to explore the coasts of Provence and Languedoc. In 1689, the Marseille Intendant of the Galleys, the French government gave Josephe Donat Surian, a physician, the task of finding a botanist to accompany him to the French Antilles (Martinique, Guadeloupe and Haiti) in 1689 and 1690. Surian choose Charles Plumier, both an excellent botanist and engraver. On the journey Surian focused on the medicinal properties of the plants while Plumier documented and classified the physical aspects of the plants. During this journey they became shipwrecked, and Plumier lost his herbarium containing all his seeds, pressed flowers, and dissected portions of animals. Fortunately, however, Plumier had sent his drawings, together with Surian's herbarium, to France on another ship. At the end of the eighteen-months' journey, the two men quarrelled and Plumier published his results alone on his return to France, as the present work. Plumier later named a genus Suriana in honor of Surian, who died in 1691. Based on the success of this first expedition, Plumier was appointed botaniste du roi by Louis XIV in 1693, and given the support for a second voyage to the French Antilles, on which he spent six months gathering over 924 new species of plants leading to the discovery of 100 new genera. From his observations in Martinique, Plumier proved that the cochineal, used to create an intense scarlet dye used in the European textile trade, should be classified as an insect. On his third voyage, in 1695, Plumier visited Guadeloupe and the foothills of Santo Domingo, as well as Martinique. It was here that he discovered the Fuchsia as well as many ferns. These findings were published in his Nova plantarum Americanarum genera (1703-1704). In 1704, when about to start on his fourth journey, Plumier was taken ill with pleurisy and he died at the age of 58 at Puerto de Santa Maria near Cadiz, Spain. At his death Plumier left a work in French and Latin ready to be printed entitled Traité des fougères de l'Amérique (1705), which contained 172 plates, as well as thirty-one manuscript volumes containing notes and descriptions, and about 6,000 drawings, 4,000 of which were of plants, while the remainder reproduced American animals of nearly all classes, especially birds and fishes. The botanist Herman Boerhaave had 508 of these drawings copied at Paris; these were published later in a hommage by Burmann, Professor of Botany at Amsterdam, under the title: Plantarum americanarum, quas olim Carolus Plumerius botanicorum princeps detexit, fasc. I-X (Amsterdam, 1755-1760), containing 262 plates. Plumier's ambition was to replace the confusing multitude of names given to New World plants with a universal taxonomically based nomenclature. His modernity and scientific ethos manifest themselves in his neutral way of organizing the plants according to a taxonomic system and his use of a Latin nomenclature, often naming plants after well-known botanists: Fuchsia triphylla flore coccinea after the German botanist and physician Leonhard Fuchs (1501-1566); Begonia after the commander of the Port of Marseille, called Begon; Magniolia grandiflora, after Pierre Magnol (1637 - 1715), director of the Botanical garden of Montpellier, and creator of the botanical concept of 'family'; Lobelia, after the botanist Mathias Obel (or Lobel, 1538 - 1616). Plumier never named a plant after himself, but the genus Plumeria, which belongs to the family Apocynaceae and is indigenous in about forty species to Central America, was named by Tournefort and Carl Linnaeus (1707-78), the Father of Botany, to honour Charles Plumier's contribution to the subject. In 1701, Plumier published his L'Art du Tourner, the first work to explain in detail the technology of turning (as with the modern lathe). It was translated into Russian by Peter the Great. Dibner, Heralds of Science 84; European Americana 693/137; Hunt 389; JCB p. 275; Nissen BBI 1544; Pritzel 7213; Sabin 63455. Folio (422 x 268 mm), pp. [viii], 94, [10, the last blank], with 108 leaves of engraved plates after drawings by Plumier, large engraved title vignette, engraved headpiece and initial. Contemporay calf, 20th century ex-libris to front pastedown, 17th or 18th century engraved ex-libris pasted to verso of title. A very large and fine copy.

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        Force d'Europe - oder Die Merckwürdigst und Fürnehmste meuistentheils auchIhrer Fortification wegen Berühmteste Staette, Vestungen, Seehaefen, Paesse, Camps de Bataille, in Europa ... in 200. Grundrissen ...

      200 Bll. Bodenehr, Gabriel 8.2.1673 Augsburg - 21.8.1765 ebd., Schüler seine Vaters. übernahm 1717 den Verlag Stridbeck (hist. wichtiger Merian-Nachfolger) und brachte dessen topograph. Werke neu heraus. Bereits in den 1680er Jahren wurden bei Johann Georg B. die Arbeiten von Johann I Stridbeck (1641-1716) verlegt, da dieser selbst in Schuldhaft war. Als der Sohn Johann II Stridbeck, der ein eigenes Verlagshaus gegründet hatte, um die Werke seines Vaters vertreiben zu können, starb, übrnahm Bodenehr die Geschäfte. Somit gingen sämtliche Druckplatten in seinen Besitz über, die er, unter Änderung der Signatur, wieder verwendete und auch nach Bedarf die Folgen durch eigene Stiche ergänzte. Der Force d'europa besteht aus 2 Teilen (Teil 1: 200 Bll. , Teil 2: 100 Bll, enttanden zwischen 1720/1727 (Repr. Unterschneidheim 1972)Quelle: Galerie SaxoniaForce d'Europe, oder Die Merckwürdigst und Fürnehmste meuistentheils auchIhrer Fortification wegen Berühmteste Staette, Vestungen, Seehaefen, Paesse, Camps de Bataille, in Europa ... in 200. Grundrissen ...( Teil 1: 200 Bll)Augsburg ca. 1720Nachgebunden (Pergament u. Leinen-Imitat) , Einband kaputt, vorderer Buchdeckel löst sich ab, Pergament brüchig und gerissen, Einband in sehr schlechtem ZustandKarten: Karte Nr 47 fehlt (2. Karte von Danzig) Karte 182 (Turin) 2 mal vorhanden 1x Turin Cittadelle, 1x Turin mit Umgebung, nicht ident mit der digitalisierten Kopie der BSB Karte 191 und 192 sind vertauscht im vergleich zu der digitalisierten Kopie der BSB Paginierung teilw. fehlend, teilw. handschriftlich ergänzt oder geändert Seiten gebräunt, fleckig, verknickt , gerissen, restauriert, manche lösen sich aus der Bindung, manche Seiten mit text- oder Kartenverlusten

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        Dijkdoorbraak bij Coevorden [Dike breack at Coevorden, 1st October 1673]

      Dike breach at Coevorden on October 1, 1673. The enemy cavalry and artillery are washed away by the water, in the distance the city of Coevorden. Top left the 1-11 notes describing the scene. Used as illustration in Lambert van den Bosch: 'Tooneel des oorlogs, opgerecht in de Vereenigde Nederlanden door de wapenen van de koningen van Vrankryk en Engeland, Keulsche en Munstersche bisschoppen : tegen de Staten der Vereenigde Nederlanden, en hare geallieerden, J. van Meurs en J. van Someren' published in Amsterdam in 1675, volume IV, p. 80. Inscribed on ribbon above the cityscape: 'Het Doorbreken van den Dyck by Coeverden'. Etching on paper, trimmed on platemark; total: 183 x 300

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        Emblesmes royales a Louis le Grand.Paris, Claude Barbin, 1673. 8vo. With 60 numbered half-page engraved emblems and one unnumbered emblem on extra inserted leaf. Modern marbled boards.

      Landwehr, Romanic emblem books 504; Praz, p. 414; Saunders, The 17th-century French emblem, p. 7. First and only edition of an emblem book devoted to the Sun-King Louis XIV of France. The book is nicely produced with a woodcut vignette on title, little woodcut initials, large woodcut tail-pieces, and with borders built up out of ornamental cast fleurons underneath each emblem. And at the end of the dedication to Louis le Grand, the King's personal emblem, a woodcut sun, is added. The engraved emblems depict ancient gods and heroes, plants, animals, buildings, scenes of battle, etc. and are followed by brief poems in French. Unfortunately the second leaf is lacking, containing a poem titled "L'Arc de Triomphe", however, our copy does include the rare extra inserted emblem to Madame de Longueville. Lacking leaf A2. Some occasional minor foxing, title-page restored in the gutter and last leaf restored at the lower outer corner. Otherwise in good condition.

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        Allegory of the victory of William III in 1673

      Allegory of the victory of William III in 1673. The young prince with command staff standing next to the young Hendrik Casimir. In front of him commanders who gained victories in 1673: Michiel de Ruyter, Cornelis Tromp, Adriaen Banckert, Johan Maurits Paul Wirtz, George Frederick of Waldeck, Rabenhaupt and Duke William of Hornes. Allaround are medallions and cartouches with representations of their victories. On the top left, a portrait of Montecuccoli and at the right Monterrey. Etching and engraving on paper; almanac on the bottom removed; no margins, some tears along the margins, damages on the upper left corner; total: 532 x 477 mm. Muller 2515a, Landwehr, 90. RdH 202

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        Synopsis juris publici svecani. Editio prima. Samt: Synopsis juris privati, ad leges svecanas accomodata. Accedunt qvæstationes practiæ, & cum his exercitationum juris qvæstiones conjunctæ; Omnes applicationem & usum legum ostendentes, dubiaq. solventes. Editio tertia.

      - Göteborg, Amundi Grefwe, 1673. 8:o. (16),+ 80; (26),+ 948,+ (77) s.+ utvikbar tabell i träsnitt. Enstaka fläckar, samtida understrykningar samt med ett litet hål sid. 705-706 med bokstavsförlust. Samtida pergamentband, lätt skada i övre fals. E. Flemings namnteckning på smutstitelbladet. Collijn sp. 531. Engström s. 121. Almquist s. 115f. Warmholtz 6703. Björne s. 27. De båda arbetena hör ihop med ett gemensamt smutstitelblad ?Synopsis juris publici et privati ad statum & leges regni Sveciæ accomodata? Det senare arbetet, som först publicerades i Stockholm 1648, med en andra upplaga 1653, är det första försöket till en vetenskaplig lärobok i svensk privaträtt för juris studerande vid Uppsala universitet. I denna tredje, slutliga, och -enligt Almquist- betydligt förbättrade upplaga, har han tagit hjälp av kollegan Sidenius och hovrättsassesorn Olof Bärling. Det första arbetet är första upplagan av en kortfattad översikt av Sveriges gällande statsrätt (den offentliga rätten), den första i sitt slag, och innehåller mycket material som tidigare ej publicerats. Detta verk hade Loccenius arbetat med sedan omkring 1640 och färdigställt i åtminstone tre tidigare versioner innan han 1673 beslöt sig för att trycka det. Här har han slutligen även inarbetat i texten (vilket antyds i titeln) i det år 1639 publicerade arbetet ?Exercitationes juris? Offentligrätten var ett känsligt ämne. Axel Oxenstierna lär ha avrått från publicering av tidigare versioner, eftersom Sveriges författning enligt honom var så svårförstålig. Sam Clason har ägnat detta en speciell studie, ?Studier i 1600-talets statsrätt. Johannes Loccenius och hans lära om rikets fundamentallagar?, i Statsvetenskaplig tidskrift 1901.

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        Honor rediviuus, or an analysis of Hono[sic] and Armory.

      - London, H. Heringman, 1673. 4o. Modern half leather with marbled boards. Exlibris Daniel de Bruin (etching). (3)+345+(5) pag. Trimmed a little tight at the top, a minor restoration to the frontispiece, some small stains inside, else a good copy. Illustrated with a frontispice, engraved titlepage (by R. Gaywood), 9 full page engraved plates of natoble persons in their robes and several mainly hand coloured woodcuts of coats-of-arms. With a handwritten index at the end. This book first explains the idea of honour and then explains the families that recieved noble titles as result of their honourable conduct. Many coats-of-arms are depicted. The book also lists the orders of knighthood, the several houses, inns of court, chancery and other hostels in the city of London. Rare edition. H144

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        Cappellae Regiae ac Collegiatae S. GEORGII in Castro de WINSORE.... (kasteel Windsor).

      View of St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, with two cartouches above; tower with domed turret in background at left; below, ground plan of the same chapel; illustration to William Dugdale's 'Monasticon Anglicanum' III (London: 1673, p.87); Upper image lettered in top cartouche with title, in cartouche below 'In piorum olim [...] hoc posuere, Ao 1671.'; lower image lettered with title, parts of chapel numbered 1 to 10 within image and listed at top right, at lower right 'W: Hollar delineavit,' and at lower left with page number '87'. Etching on paper, trimmed within plate mark; total: 296 x 356 mm; Hollstein 2263; Pennington 1076 in very good condition.

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        "Honor rediviuus, or an analysis of Hono[sic] and Armory.".

      London, H. Heringman, 1673. 4o. Modern half leather with marbled boards. Exlibris Daniel de Bruin (etching). (3)+345+(5) pag. Trimmed a little tight at the top, a minor restoration to the frontispiece, some small stains inside, else a good copy. Illustrated with a frontispice, engraved titlepage (by R. Gaywood), 9 full page engraved plates of natoble persons in their robes and several mainly hand coloured woodcuts of coats-of-arms. With a handwritten index at the end. This book first explains the idea of honour and then explains the families that recieved noble titles as result of their honourable conduct. Many coats-of-arms are depicted. The book also lists the orders of knighthood, the several houses, inns of court, chancery and other hostels in the city of London. Rare edition. H144.

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        MAPA ANTIGUO: "IRLANDIAE REGNUM"

      - Cloppenburg / Janssonius van Waesberghe. Amsterdam 1673 1 hoja. Hoja apaisada de 27x20,5 cm. (Caja: 25,5 x 19 cm) Con indicación de costas, ríos, montañas y poblaciones, etc. Posible grabador: P. Kaerius (van den Keere). COLOREADO. IRLANDA. Con pequeñas reproducciones de naves de la época. Impresión no muy nítida en la parte inferior derecha Esta edición de 1673 se realizó probablemente con las placas de Croppenburg, editor del "Atlas Minor" de G. Mercator entre 1630 y 1636. S (Ref.38647) cartografia antigua irlanda ireland

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        1673 1ed Alexander Alexandro Neapolitan Jurisprudence Roman LAW Ghosts NAPLES

      Lugduni Batavorum : Ex officina Hackiana, 1673. First edition. - 1673 1ed Alexander Alexandro Neapolitan Jurisprudence Roman LAW Ghosts NAPLES Alexander ab Alexandro (1461–1523) was an important Neapolitan lawyer during the turn of the 16th-century. He practiced law in both Naples and in Rome. His main written work “Genilium Gierum”, is a collection of life stories as well as important details on Roman law, philology, and general learning, written in the same style as Gellius’s ‘Attic Nights’. One of the more humorous stories Alexandro shares in this book is of his home in Rome. He claimed it to be a haunted house and relates many of the bizarre experiences to the ghost living in his house. This first Hackiana edition is a beautiful printing of this famous Italian law book. Item number: #1179 Price: $750 ALESSANDRI, Alessandro Alexandri ab Alexandro, jurisperiti Neapolitani, Genialium dierum libri sex Lugduni Batavorum : Ex officina Hackiana, 1673. First edition. Details: • Collation complete with all pages; 6 books in two volumes: o Tomus I includes Libri I-IV; [28], 1207 Includes added engraved title page o Tomus II includes Libri V-VI; 756, [124] Engraved title page only • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure • Language: Latin • References: Brunet I:167; • Provenance: Handwritten – James Burns, M.D. • Size: ~8in X 5in X 3in (20cm x 13cm x 8cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1179 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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