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        Gesamtansicht ('Lauffenburg').

      - Kupferstich v. Johann Jacob Senfftel b. Jakob Koppmayer in Augsburg, 1689, 21,5 x 30

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Die neue Heutiges Tages gebräuchliche Scheide-Kunst/oder Chimia. - Die belägert- und entsetzte Venus, Das ist/ Chirurgische Abhandlung Der so genanten Frantzoßen/ Auch Spanischen Pocken-Kranckheit. - Neuerleuchtender Praxis der Medicine. Zweyter und dritter Theil. - 3 Titel in 1 Band.

      Gottlieb Heinrich Grentz/Johann Friedrich Gleditsch, Hannover und Wolffenbüttel/Leipzig 1689 - 8vo. Mit 6 (st. 8) Kupfertiteln u. wenigen Textholzschnitten. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. Pgt. d. Zt. m. hs. Rückentitel. Farbschnitt. Zusammenstellung seltener Titel des niederländischen Mediziners Steven Blankaart (1650-1704). - Enthält: 1) Die belägert- und entsetzte Venus, Das ist/ Chirurgische Abhandlung Der so genanten Frantzoßen/ Auch Spanischen Pocken-Kranckheit/ Drüpper/ Sjankert/ Klap-Ohren/ [et]c.: Worinnen derselben/ Vornemlich auf des weltbekanten Cartesii Gründe/ befestigte sichere und unfehlbare Cur vollkömmlich angewiesen wird. Leipzig, Gleditsch, 1689. Kupfertitel u. Titelbl. sowie 2 von 8 Kupfern fehlen (Kopien beiliegend). 2 Bl., 544 S., 4 Bl. Titel ermittelt nach VD17 3:603946D. - 2) Die neue Heutiges Tages gebräuchliche Scheide-Kunst/ oder Chimia Nach den Gründen des fürtreflichen Cartesii und des Alcali und Acidi. Hann. u. Wolfenbüttel, Grentz, 1689. Titel ganz vorne in das Buch gebunden. 179 S., 5 Bl. VD17 23:289754C. - 3) Neuscheinende Praxis Der Medicine : Worinn angewiesen wird/ Daß alle Kranckheiten eine Verdickung des Bluts und der Säffte sind/ und bloß von Sauer und Schleim entstehen. Ebd. 1689. Nur der zweite Teil: S. (471)-550. VD17 7:703462M. Sowie Teil 3. 223 S. VD17 3:302764E. - Pgt. stark fleckig u. bestoßen. Vorsätze m. Einrissen. Etw. gebräunt. Die Taf. stärker angerändert, wenige einzelne Tintenmarginalien. gr.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal]
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        Befestigungsgrundriss, "Vienna, metropoli dell'Austria descritta dal P. Cosmografo Coronelli e dedicata all'Illustrissimo S. Giorgio Cornaro".

      - Kupferstich b. Coronelli in Venedig, 1689, 28 x 45 Dekorativer früher Befestigungsgrundriss von Wien, zeigt die Verteidigungsanlagen und Basteien aus der Zeit der 2. Türkenbelagerung, mit 27-teiliger Legende am linken Bildrand sowie dem Wappen der Stadt Wien und dem Österreichischen Bindenschild innerhalb der Festungsmauern; breitrandig und von ausgezeichneter Erhaltung.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        POEMS CHIEFLY CONSISTING OF SATYRS AND SATYRICAL EPISTLES

      London: R. Bentley, 1689. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Plus. 16mo, (6.75" x 4.5") Half-calf over non-pareil marbled boards.Outer spine lacking but binding tight. Lacks pp. 27-30, which, according to the table of contents should be "Sylvia Perjured", but no pages appear cut out, perhaps rather neglected to originally be bound-in. The later -- probably 19th century rebinding resulted in some over-trimming of the top-of-page titles. Interior very, clean, but for some centuries-old inked signatures, including a signed name (Edey E?gar Smith??), followed by her flyleaf-rhyme warning, dated 1793, nearly a century after the book's publication: "Don't steal this book for fear of shame for year you see the oner name" -- most likely a schoolchild's rendition of a then-popular flyleaf rhyme found on a bible in Concord, Mass: "Steal Not this book / for Fear of Shame / for Here You See / the Owner['s] Name (Folklore and Book Culture, by Kevin J. Haynes). 310 pages. Title page pasted onto blank page. Boards show edgewear but very good. . No Publisher stated [R.Bentley]. Stated "Printed and to be sold by most booksellers in London and Westminster." (Watson NCBEL 475). Robert Gould [ca. 1660-1709] was born in poverty, worked as a footman to the wealthy, and later, after achieving some success writing, worked as a schoolteacher. His early poetry was at least somewhat influenced by Juvenal, but when Gould published "Love Given Over...", his baldly misogynistic diatribe, he far surpassed the relatively tame Satirist whose style he at least drew upon. Gould used his writing to win his independence in the most literal way. He is remarkable in that he is one of the few poets of his generation not born into the upper class. His poetry and satires reflected the licentiousness of the Restoration period. "...Nor is it a wonder, when we consider that Women (as if they . had the Ingredient of Fallen-Angel in their Composition) the more they are lash't, are but the more hardned in Impenitence...Judge, then, if Satyr ever had more need of a sharper sting than now, when he can look out his Cell on no side, but sees so many Objects beyond the reach of Indignation. Nor is it altogether unreasonable for me (while others are lashing the Rebellious times into obedience) tohave one sting at Woman, the original of Mischief..." (Advertisement, from LOVE GIVEN OVER: OR, A SATYR AGAINST THE PRIDE, LUST AND INCONSTANCY, &C., OF WOMAN (1680).

      [Bookseller: Aardvark Books / Ezra The Bookfinder, AB]
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        La Partie Occidentale de L' Allemagne le long du Rhein

      Artist: Nolin Jean Baptiste ca ; issued in: Paris; date: ca1689 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Printed on 2 sheets joined together; - size (in cm): 80 x 63,5; - description: Decorative double page map of the river Rhein with all bordering countries. Inset map shows the source of the river. With decorative title cartouche on the upper left side.; - vita of the artist: Jean-Baptiste Nolin (ca. 1657-1708) set up the family publishing business in Paris. Many of his maps were based on the work of Vincenzo Coronelli and Sieur de Tillemon. His son (1686-1762), continued the business for many years and prepared an Atlas General which was published posthumously in 1783.

      [Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG]
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        L'Apocalypse avec une Explication par Messire Jacques Benigne Bossuet [.].

      - Paris, Veuve de Sébastien Mabre-Cramoisy, 1689. Fort in-8, 96-838-(32) pp., reliure de l'époque plein maroquin bordeaux, dos orné, toutes tranches dorées (reliure un peu frottée, une petite épidermure sur un plat, petites restaurations anciennes à la coiffe supérieure et à un coin ; rares rousseurs) Edition originale, sous une riche reliure de l'époque. * Voir photographies / See pictures. *** Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *** Langue : Français

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        L'ARTIGLIERIA Divisa in Tre Libri di nuovo ristampata.

      Bologna, Gio Parisini, 1689. Nel Primo dei quali, si discorre sopra le Macchine Antiche, et Armi da offendere il Nemico de lontano, che usavono gli Antichi. Nel secondo si tratta, che cosa sia L'Artiglieria... con tutto, che necessarissima sia a quegli, che professione uogliono fare di Architetto Militare e di Bombardiero...Nel Terzo Libro si tratta...dell' Vso di tale Artiglieria etc. Text in Italian, 1689, (first published in 1621). Folio, approximately 380 x 260 mm 15 x 10¼ inches, 27 engraved illustrations, 14 full page and 13 in the text, mostly half page or larger, engraved title page with cannons and portrait of the author, pages: 12 prelims including index, 1 - 142, collation: A - Z2, Aa - Nn1, Nn 2 is a blank, decorated intials, bound in modern half light calf, red title piece with gilt lettering, marbled boards, new endpapers retaining 2 original endpapers. Binding slightly rubbed, slight darkening and marking to spine, small loss of marbled paper to lower board, light foxing throughout and an occasional light brown stain, 1 page has slightly ragged edge and has a neat repair to outer margin, not affecting text or illustration, otherwise a very good tight copy. See A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642 by Maurice J.D. Cockle, page 176 No. 688; Sotheby's, The Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part 10, page 81, No. 3423. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        POEMS CHIEFLY CONSISTING OF SATYRS AND SATYRICAL EPISTLES

      London: R. Bentley, 1689. First Edition. Hardcover. Good Plus. 16mo, (6.75" x 4.5") Half-calf over non-pareil marbled boards.Outer spine lacking but binding tight. Lacks pp. 27-30, which, according to the table of contents should be "Sylvia Perjured", but no pages appear cut out, perhaps rather neglected to originally be bound-in. The later -- probably 19th century rebinding resulted in some over-trimming of the top-of-page titles. Interior very, clean, but for some centuries-old inked signatures, including a signed name (Edey E?gar Smith??), followed by her flyleaf-rhyme warning, dated 1793, nearly a century after the book's publication: "Don't steal this book for fear of shame for year you see the oner name" -- most likely a schoolchild's rendition of a then-popular flyleaf rhyme found on a bible in Concord, Mass: "Steal Not this book / for Fear of Shame / for Here You See / the Owner['s] Name (Folklore and Book Culture, by Kevin J. Haynes). 310 pages. Title page pasted onto blank page. Boards show edgewear but very good. . No Publisher stated [R.Bentley]. Stated "Printed and to be sold by most booksellers in London and Westminster." (Watson NCBEL 475). Robert Gould [ca. 1660-1709] was born in poverty, worked as a footman to the wealthy, and later, after achieving some success writing, worked as a schoolteacher. His early poetry was at least somewhat influenced by Juvenal, but when Gould published "Love Given Over...", his baldly misogynistic diatribe, he far surpassed the relatively tame Satirist whose style he at least drew upon. Gould used his writing to win his independence in the most literal way. He is remarkable in that he is one of the few poets of his generation not born into the upper class. His poetry and satires reflected the licentiousness of the Restoration period. "...Nor is it a wonder, when we consider that Women (as if they . had the Ingredient of Fallen-Angel in their Composition) the more they are lash't, are but the more hardned in Impenitence...Judge, then, if Satyr ever had more need of a sharper sting than now, when he can look out his Cell on no side, but sees so many Objects beyond the reach of Indignation. Nor is it altogether unreasonable for me (while others are lashing the Rebellious times into obedience) tohave one sting at Woman, the original of Mischief..." (Advertisement, from LOVE GIVEN OVER: OR, A SATYR AGAINST THE PRIDE, LUST AND INCONSTANCY, &C., OF WOMAN (1680).

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        L'ARTIGLIERIA Divisa in Tre Libri di nuovo ristampata.

      Bologna Gio Parisini 1689 - Nel Primo dei quali, si discorre sopra le Macchine Antiche, et Armi da offendere il Nemico de lontano, che usavono gli Antichi. Nel secondo si tratta, che cosa sia L'Artiglieria. con tutto, che necessarissima sia a quegli, che professione uogliono fare di Architetto Militare e di Bombardiero.Nel Terzo Libro si tratta.dell' Vso di tale Artiglieria etc. Text in Italian, 1689, (first published in 1621). Folio, approximately 380 x 260 mm 15 x 10¼ inches, 27 engraved illustrations, 14 full page and 13 in the text, mostly half page or larger, engraved title page with cannons and portrait of the author, pages: 12 prelims including index, 1 - 142, collation: A - Z2, Aa - Nn1, Nn 2 is a blank, decorated intials, bound in modern half light calf, red title piece with gilt lettering, marbled boards, new endpapers retaining 2 original endpapers. Binding slightly rubbed, slight darkening and marking to spine, small loss of marbled paper to lower board, light foxing throughout and an occasional light brown stain, 1 page has slightly ragged edge and has a neat repair to outer margin, not affecting text or illustration, otherwise a very good tight copy. See A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642 by Maurice J.D. Cockle, page 176 No. 688; Sotheby's, The Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part 10, page 81, No. 3423. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Escalier des sages ou la philosophie des anciens

      Singular work in the history of alchemy and surely the most exotic in the rendering of its plates with the acrostics for the alchemical terms and elements.Second issue of the first edition of this extremely rare work on alchemy in French by Coenders Van Helpen. "The fact that the title leaf bears a different watermark from the rest of the book suggests that it is a cancelled leaf, the whole being a reissue of unsold sheets of the 1686 edition together with two leaves of errata. In other words this is not a new edition but the second issue of the first edition" (Mellon Coll. 142). Extremley rare work. ABPC gives a single copy sold in may 2011 for 6300 EUR, with the engravings somewhat browned. The engravings in our copy are in perfect condition, extremely bright and strong impression. The CCFR BNF locates a single copy in France at Sorbonne. There were two editions of this work, the first one with two issues (1686 and 1689), the other published in 1693, with another title "Tresor de la philosophie des anciens". All three editions are rare, but the first two almost impossible to find. The books is highly sought after especially because of it's fantastic plates with acrostics, some of the most beautiful in the history of the hermetic iconology. As the author explains, the work is divided in 4 books which reveal the 10 degrees of ancient wisdom and is written as a conversation between Francois and Vrederic, the first sustaining his argument on theory, the second on practice and experiences.Physical description: folio (33 x 22 cm), binding half vellum with marbled paper covers. Some stains on the last pages of the Indice des chapitres, (see photo), but overall very good, with plates in perfect condition and strong impression (see photos). The paper used in the production of this work is of great quality, containing three kinds of watermarks, with two kind of coat of arms.Collation: frontispiece missing, replaced here in a good facsimile on old paper (see photo), title page, 4 pages "Fautes de l'imprimeur", preface (4 pages), 240 pages and 12 engraved plates with allegorical illustrations and 5 engraved plates with geometrical figures. The last page of the Indice is also replaced in good facsimile on old paper, hardly to notice.Bibliography: Duveen 287. Cf. Caillet 2417. Verginelli Rota 74 (edition from 1693): "L'opera è originale e interessante. Molto rara e perciò poco nota anche agli specialisti a ai repertori". Missing in Zadrobilek - Opus Magnum.

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        LA EUROPA ESCLAVA, SI LA INGLATERRA ROMPE SUS CADENAS.

      S/Imp. Colonia, 1689 - . 20 cm. 64 pág. Portada enmarcada en orla tipográfica. Frisos y capitulares. Enc. en pergamino moderno. Corto de margen superior. Versión española de ?Europe esclave si l'Angleterre ne compt ses fers? de Jean-Paul de Cerdan. La obra trata del papel de Inglaterra en Europa, que dice se convertirá en esclava si la primera no se libera del yugo de Francia. La traducción inglesa, ?Europe a slave?, es de 1681. CCPB 000049713-4. historia de Europa, siglo XVII, relaciones inglaterra-francia [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Esther, tragédie tirée de l?Escriture sainte -

      Denys Thierry 1689 -, Paris - 1 volume. In-12. 86 pp. Sous étui bordé. Reliure postérieure janséniste plein maroquin chocolat. Dos à nerfs. Toutes tranches dorées. Doublures de maroquin rouge orné d?une large dentelle en pointillés dorés. Gardes de vélin blanc. Reliure signée PAGNANT. Privilège du Roy in fine. Magnifique exemplaire en maroquin doublé. PREMIÈRE ÉDITION in-12 publiée la même année que l?originale in-4, ornée d?un frontispice gravé par Sébastien Le Clerc d?après Charles Le Brun. Composée à la demande de madame de Maintenon (1635-1719) pour ses demoiselles de Saint-Cyr, Esther fut créée le 26 janvier 1689 dans le cadre de la maison royale de Saint-Louis à Saint-Cyr. Pour le récompenser de la qualité de sa pièce, Louis XIV nomma Jean Racine (1639-1699), qui était déjà son historiographe, « Gentilhomme ordinaire de sa Majesté ». [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pub. Ovidii Nasonis Operum. 4-vol. set (Complete)

      Apud Anissonios, Joannem Posuel, Lugduni (Lyon) 1689 - Quarto (10 x 7"). [26], 676 (ie 576) (Vol. 1); [32], 598 (Vol. 2); [4], 687, [1]pp (Vol. 3); A-Xxx iii (516pp) (Vol. 4). Original full parchment, with gold tooling on spines and gilt lettered leather titles. Title pages in red and black lettering. Engraved medallion portrait of Ovid on each title. Engraved headpiece ornating the dedication to Louis, Grand Dauphin of France. Decorative woodcut initials. Splendid edition of the complete works of Ovid* in four volumes.- The first volume contains the following works: Heroides ("The Heroines"); Amores ("The Loves"); Ars Amatoria ("The Art of Love"); Remedia Amoris ("The Cure for Love"); Medicamina Faciei Femineae ("Women's Facial Cosmetics"); Halieutica ("On Fishing"); Nux ("The Walnut Tree"). - The second volume contains the following work: Metamorphoses ("Transformations"). - The third volume contains: Tristia ("Sorrows"); Epistulae ex Ponto ("Letters from the Black Sea"); Ibis ("The Ibis"); Fasti ("The Festivals"). - The fourth and last volume contains the Index.Bindings age-toned, partly darkened along spines, with some fading to gold tooling. Some abrasion to head of spine of fourth volume. Minor contemporary previous owner's annotation throughout first part of first volume (not affecting lettering). Sporadic and minor foxing and age-toning throughout the first three volumes. The Index volume is mostly age-toned throughout. Text in Latin. Bindings in overall good- to good, interior in good to very good condition. * Publius Ovidius Naso (43 BC-AD 17/18), known as Ovid in the English-speaking world, was a Roman poet who lived during the reign of Augustus. He was a contemporary of the older Virgil and Horace, with whom he is often ranked as one of the three canonical poets of Latin literature. The Imperial scholar Quintilian considered him the last of the Latin love elegists. He enjoyed enormous popularity, but, in one of the mysteries of literary history, was sent by Augustus into exile in a remote province on the Black Sea, where he remained until his death. Ovid himself attributes his exile to carmen et error, "a poem and a mistake", but his discretion in discussing the causes has resulted in much speculation among scholars. The first major Roman poet to begin his career during the reign of Augustus, Ovid is today best known for the Metamorphoses, a 15-book continuous mythological narrative written in the meter of epic, and for works in elegiac couplets such as Ars Amatoria ("The Art of Love") and Fasti. His poetry was much imitated during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, and greatly influenced Western art and literature. The Metamorphoses remains one of the most important sources of classical mythology. (From Wikipedia). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fables d'Esope, avec les figures de Sadeler Traduction nouvelle

      Paris, chez Pierre-Aubouyn, Pierre Emery, et Charles Clouzier, 1689, 4to legatura in piena pergamena moderna con unghie, titolo e data manoscritti al dorso, tagli rossi, pp. (14)-278-(2) con bella antiporta incisa in rame, marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio, testate e capolettera xilografici, con 138 (di 139) belle tavole incise in rame a fronte di ciascuna favola. Manca l'ultima carta con l'illustrazione della favola 279, qui unita in copia fotostatica. Mancanza restaurata con lieve perdita di testo alla parte inferiore destra della pagina 1, mancanze restaurate con talora piccole perdite di testo alle pagine 3, 5, 7, 13, 15, 109, 263. I difetti ledono solo in parte lo stato affascinante di questa bella opera, ricchissima iconograficamente.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Gasparo Pietra Santa n. G. Cantelli da Vignola b. Rossi, "Paese d'Eiffel .".

      - dat. 1689, 40,5 x 53 Mit zwei ausgemalten Kartuschen ( eine mit Putti und Wappen). Gebiet Euskirchen, Bad Breisig, Manderscheid, Prüm mit dem Ahrlauf im Kartenmittelpunkt. Sprache: Deutsch

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        La Louisiana, Parte Settentrionalle, Scoperta sotto la Protettione di Luigi XIV, Re di Francia et Descritta, e Dedicata Dal P. Cosmografo Coronelli, All'Illustriss, et Eccellentiss, S. Zaccaria Bernardi su dell Ecc. S. Francesco.

      " PRIMA EDIZIONE di questa importantissima carta della regione dei Grandi Laghi e del corso del Mississipi. Esemplare tratto dal rarissimo ""Citta, Fortezze e, Isole, e Porti principlai dell'Europa in Pianta et in Elevatione, Descritte, e Publicate Ad uso dell'Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti dal Padre Maestro Coronelli Lettore, e Cosmografo della Serenissima Republica di Venezia"" edito a Venezia da Domenico Padovani nel 1689. Incisione in rame, magnifica prova, con pieni margini, tracce di colla alla piega centrale, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Burden, Phillip D., The Mapping of North America: A List of Printed Maps, 1511-1670, #701. Kershaw, Keneth A., Early Printed Maps of Canada, #163. Karpinski, Louis Charles, Bibliography of the Printed Maps of Michigan, 1804-1880, p. 117. Karpinski, Louis Charles, Maps of Famous Cartographers Depicting North America, p. 55. Goss, John, The Mapping of North America: Three Centuries of Map-Making 1500-1860, 45. Tooley, R. V., The Mapping of America, 314." "- FIRTS ISSUE - This example of the map is taken from the very rare Coronelli's ""Citta, Fortezze e, Isole, e Porti principlai dell'Europa in Pianta et in Elevatione, Descritte, e Publicate Ad uso dell'Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti dal Padre Maestro Coronelli Lettore, e Cosmografo della Serenissima Republica di Venezia"" printed in Venice by Domenico Padovani in 1689. This rare production by Venetian cartographer Vincenzo Coronelli is the earliest and most important obtainable map of the Great Lakes and the headwaters of the Mississippi. Coronelli's map centers on Lake Superior, but covers all five Great Lakes and extends westward as far as the Upper Mississippi River Valley. Cartographically this map is essentially an elaboration upon the 1688 Nolin/Coronelli map, 'Partie Occidentale du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France.' Coronelli was particularly fascinated with the Great Lakes region and this map includes numerous updates and elaborations. Coronelli derived his cartographic information from the reports of Jesuit Missionaries, most of which were collected by Jean Baptiste-Louis Franquelin, who effectively acted as a cartographic clearing house of information flowing out of French America. The several explorers who influenced this map are La Salle, Hennepin, Marquette, Jolliet, Dablon, and Allouez, among others. The traces of their passage can be found throughout. Lake Ontario is named Frontenac, after the Governor of New France. On the north shore of Lake Erie the three peninsulas are clearly visible in their third time in print (two previous though more general Coronelli publications). Fort Miami, founded by La Salle, appears at the southern tip of Lake Michigan. Various portages used by explorers and fur traders are noted throughout. Coronelli identifies the R. De Chekagou roughly where Chicago is today, as well as a portage to the F. de Chekogou just to the southwest. This is also the most accurate early mapping of Lake Superior, in which both Keweenaw Peninsula (P. Kioanan) and Isle Royale (I. Miniong) are located. Coronelli has decorated the map throughout with numerous wonderful vignettes depicting the day-to-lives lives of American Indians. One in particular, a crocodile eating a man, is interesting and incongruous. This map was prepared for inclusion in the second edition of Coronelli's important 1695 Atlante Veneto. In many ways this 1694 map is superior to the second most significant map of the Great Lakes, the Charlevoix/Bellin map, which appeared nearly 100 years later. It is a keystone map for any Great Lakes collection. Literature: Burden, Phillip D., The Mapping of North America: A List of Printed Maps, 1511-1670, #701. Kershaw, Keneth A., Early Printed Maps of Canada, #163. Karpinski, Louis Charles, Bibliography of the Printed Maps of Michigan, 1804-1880, p. 117. Karpinski, Louis Charles, Maps of Famous Cartographers Depicting North America, p. 55. Goss, John, The Mapping of North America: Three Centuries of Map-Making 1500-1860, 45. Tooley, R. V., The Mapping of America, 314."

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        [Male pantin].[Paris, ca. 1750]. Handcoloured engraving of a man (33.5 x 26 cm), with the separate parts designed to be cut out and assembled to form a puppet.

      Gumuchian 6028; Metken, ill. 241; cf. Adams & Keene, Paper dolls, pp. 14-20; Hillier, Dolls and doll-makers, p. 45. Rare hand-coloured print for making a jumping jack in the form of a rococo man dressed in a waistcoat, breeches and carrying a plumed hat, possibly intended to represent the French King Louis XV. Rudimentary marionettes such as these with articulated limbs were in great vogue in Paris in the 1740s and 1750s and called pantins after the nearby village where they were supposedly invented. The diarist Edmond Barbier (1689-1771) wrote in his journal in 1747: "At first the Pantins were designed for children's toys; but after a time they were used to amuse the entire public. They were little figures made of pasteboard. All parts of the body were separate and were attached by strings at the back of the figure. When these strings were pulled, the arms, legs, and head were all jointed together and the Pantin could be made to dance… These silly things engrossed the attention of all of Paris, amusing everyone to such an extent that you could not go into any house in January 1747, without finding a Pantin hanging by the mantelpiece" (Hillier). D'Alembert wrote in the Encyclopédie , 24 (1778), s.v. "Pantins", that "posterity will find it difficult to believe that in France persons of a ripe age could have, in an access of vertigo that lasted far too long, amused themselves with these ridiculous toys and employed themselves in searching for them with such enthusiasm, while in other countries Pantins were relegated to children of the most tender age" (Adams). Slightly worn and soiled at the edges and with a few spots; in very good condition.

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        Città,e Cittadella di Pinarolo, dedicata all'Illustriss., et Eccellentiss. Signore Leonardo Alvise IV. Mocenigo, Savio degli Ordini etc.

      "PRIMA EDIZIONE Esemplare tratto dal rarissimo ""Citta, Fortezze e, Isole, e Porti principlai dell'Europa in Pianta et in Elevatione, Descritte, e Publicate Ad uso dell'Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti dal Padre Maestro Coronelli Lettore, e Cosmografo della Serenissima Republica di Venezia"" edito a Venezia da Domenico Padovani nel 1689. Incisione in rame, magnifica prova, con pieni margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione." "FIRTS ISSUE This example of the map is taken from the very rare Coronelli's ""Citta, Fortezze e, Isole, e Porti principlai dell'Europa in Pianta et in Elevatione, Descritte, e Publicate Ad uso dell'Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti dal Padre Maestro Coronelli Lettore, e Cosmografo della Serenissima Republica di Venezia"" printed in Venice by Domenico Padovani in 1689. Etching, in perfect condition."

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        Engeland beroerd onde de regeering van koning Jacobus de II en hersteld door Willem en Maria, prins en princesse van Orangie, (...) waer in (...) verhaelt werd al het gepasseerde sedert de kroning van Jacobus de II tot de kroning van Willem en Maria. Amsterdam, J. ten Hoorn, 1689.

      "4°, geheel perkamenten band uit de tijd, (8)+327+128+(4) pag. Geillustreerd met gegraveerde titel met 5 voorstellingen en 11 gravures buiten de collatie, waarvan 7 door Jan Luyken. Voorts een aantal gravures in de tekst. Van Eeghen/v.d. Kellen 161; Klaversma/Hannema 468. Met drempelvers van Ludolph Smids. B1304".

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        Female pantin].[Paris, ca. 1750]. Handcoloured engraving of a woman (31 x 22 cm), with the separate parts designed to be cut out and assembled to form a puppet.

      - Cf. Adams & Keene, Paper dolls, pp. 14-20; Hillier, Dolls and doll-makers, p. 45. Rare hand-coloured print for making a jumping jack in the form of a rococo woman wearing a short dress and a plumed hat, possibly intended to represent a shepherdess from the Commedia dell'arte. Rudimentary marionettes such as these with articulated limbs were in great vogue in Paris in the 1740s and 1750s and called pantins after the nearby village where they were supposedly invented. The diarist Edmond Barbier (1689-1771) wrote in his journal in 1747: "At first the Pantins were designed for children's toys; but after a time they were used to amuse the entire public. They were little figures made of pasteboard. All parts of the body were separate and were attached by strings at the back of the figure. When these strings were pulled, the arms, legs, and head were all jointed together and the Pantin could be made to dance These silly things engrossed the attention of all of Paris, amusing everyone to such an extent that you could not go into any house in January 1747, without finding a Pantin hanging by the mantelpiece" (Hillier). D'Alembert wrote in the Encyclopédie, 24 (1778), s.v. "Pantins", that "posterity will find it difficult to believe that in France persons of a ripe age could have, in an access of vertigo that lasted far too long, amused themselves with these ridiculous toys and employed themselves in searching for them with such enthusiasm, while in other countries Pantins were relegated to children of the most tender age" (Adams).Slightly worn at the edges; somewhat browned and with a few spots; in good condition.

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        An Exact Collection of the Debates of the House of Common, held at Westminster, October 21, 1680. London, R. Clavel

      1689 - First Edition. 8vo, [viii], 135, 144-464pp, modern calf. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Peloponnesus

      Artist: Cantelli da Vignola Giacomo (d) ; issued in: Modena; date: (d)1689 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 43 x 55; - description: Map of the Peloponnese; - vita of the artist: Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola (1643 - 1695) was an important Italian cartographer and engraver Cantelli was born in Montorsello, near Vignola Italy to a prominent local family. After studying literature at the University of Bologna, Cantelli took a position as secretary to the Marquis Obizzi de Ferrara. Eventually Cantelli relocated to Venice where developed an interest in cartography. He later traveled to Paris in the company of the French ambassador where became acquainted with the French cartographer Guillaume Sanson, as well as his contemporaries Jacques-Andre Duval and Michel-Antoin Baudrand. It was most likely the influence of these innovative French cartographers that inspired Cantelli's careful and meticulous approach, in which he based his cartography not just on earlier maps, but also very much in the French style upon accounts written by travelers and merchants regarding actual travel to foreign lands. Back in Italy, Cantelli took service Count Rinieri Marescotti, with whom he traveled extensively throughout Italy, becoming in the process acquainted with the Italian publisher Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi. It is with Rossi that Cantelli began officially publishing his maps. The earliest maps to bear the Cantelli-Rossi imprint date to 1672 and detail the Holy Land, Persia, and the Ottoman Empire. Around 1680 the duo also began to publish the Mercurio Geografico, a large format atlas illustrating all parts of the world in a splendid Italian baroque detail defined by elaborate finely engraved cartouche work, high quality paper, and bold Roman lettering, and dark rich inks. Some have compared his style go that of Giovanni Antonio Magini, another Italian cartographer of the previous generation. Cantelli da Vignola in fact pioneered the Italian style of fine bold engraving that would eventually be embraced and expanded upon by Vincenzo Coronelli. His work drew the attention of Pope Innocent XI and Reggio Francesco II d'Este, the Duke of Modena, both of whom offered him a position as court geographer. Cantelli chose to work with the Due of Modena, in the service of whom he produced numerous maps and well as two large globes.

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        Male pantin].[Paris, ca. 1750]. Handcoloured engraving of a man (33.5 x 26 cm), with the separate parts designed to be cut out and assembled to form a puppet.

      - Gumuchian 6028; Metken, ill. 241; cf. Adams & Keene, Paper dolls, pp. 14-20; Hillier, Dolls and doll-makers, p. 45. Rare hand-coloured print for making a jumping jack in the form of a rococo man dressed in a waistcoat, breeches and carrying a plumed hat, possibly intended to represent the French King Louis XV. Rudimentary marionettes such as these with articulated limbs were in great vogue in Paris in the 1740s and 1750s and called pantins after the nearby village where they were supposedly invented. The diarist Edmond Barbier (1689-1771) wrote in his journal in 1747: "At first the Pantins were designed for children's toys; but after a time they were used to amuse the entire public. They were little figures made of pasteboard. All parts of the body were separate and were attached by strings at the back of the figure. When these strings were pulled, the arms, legs, and head were all jointed together and the Pantin could be made to dance These silly things engrossed the attention of all of Paris, amusing everyone to such an extent that you could not go into any house in January 1747, without finding a Pantin hanging by the mantelpiece" (Hillier). D'Alembert wrote in the Encyclopédie, 24 (1778), s.v. "Pantins", that "posterity will find it difficult to believe that in France persons of a ripe age could have, in an access of vertigo that lasted far too long, amused themselves with these ridiculous toys and employed themselves in searching for them with such enthusiasm, while in other countries Pantins were relegated to children of the most tender age" (Adams). Slightly worn and soiled at the edges and with a few spots; in very good condition.

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        Mémoire de Mr Daguesseau concernant les droits des fermes du Roy.

      plein vélin moderne, genre ancien. - [Rédigé aux environs de 1689]. Manuscrit in-folio de 732 pp. ; Copie manuscrite exécutée au milieu du XVIIIe, de ces très importants mémoires, qui n’ont jamais été édités. La graphie, d'une belle main anonyme, est uniforme et clairement lisible.Le premier mémoire, concernant la douane de Lyon, a été la principale source de Charléty dans son étude parue dans la Revue d’histoire de Lyon en 1902 et 1903: Le régime douanier de Lyon au XVIIe siècle.Henri d’Aguesseau, père du célèbre chancelier, "après avoir été conseiller au Parlement de Metz et maître des requêtes au Conseil du Roi, avait reçu de Colbert l’intendance du Limousin (1665), celle de la Guyenne, puis celle du Languedoc (1672), où il se signala par son équitable administration et par sa tolérance à l’égard des protestants; rappelé à Paris en 1685, il devint Conseiller d’État, directeur général du commerce et des manufactures de France (1695), président du Conseil de commerce (1700), enfin membre du conseil de régence pour les affaires de finances." (Encyclopédie Berthelot: XIII-754).En 1688, Le Pelletier, contrôleur général des Finances, et successeur de Colbert, désireux de réformer les cinq grosses fermes, ordonna des enquêtes. Le Chancellier d'Aguesseau, dans son Discours sur la vie et la mort [ ] de M. d'Aguesseau (édition de 1812, p. 113), nous renseigne sur l'étendue de la mission assignée à son père et sur la richesse de ce manuscrit : "Un nouveau travail sur les droits des cinq grosses fermes [fut ordonné par Le Pelletier], dont le poids tomba principalement sur mon père, en l'année 1688. Le Roi le chargea de la visite des provinces de Bourbonnois, d'Auvergne, du Lyonnais, du Dauphiné et de la Provence ; pendant que d'autres conseillers d'état parcouraient d'autres provinces dans la même vue. On ne leur donna point de second, comme la première fois, pour les soulager dans cette commission, et M. de la Houssaye, qui se destinait à être maître des requêtes, en profita pour accompagner mon père, et se former de bonne heure sous un si grand maître [.]. Six mois à aller de province en province et de ville en ville, jusqu'à l'extrêmité du royaume, travaillant par-tout avec les intendans, ou plutôt leur apprenant à travailler ; écoutant les plus habiles financiers, interrogeant les négocians de la plus grande réputation, entrant avec tous dans les moindres détails sur l'origine, sur l'étendue, sur la régie des droits du Roi, mais encore plus sur ce qui regardoit le fond du commerce, des manufactures et des arts, pour y découvrir toutes les sources de l'abondance, et tous les moyens qui peuvent servir d'aiguillon à l'industrie. Les mémoires qu'il se donna la peine de faire lui-même sur les matières les plus importantes, et que je conserve précieusement, suffiroient pour montrer l'élévation de son génie et l'ardeur de son zèle pour le bien public."Ce précieux manuscrit comprend : Pp. 3 à 160 : Mémoire concernant les droits de la douane de Lyon. Avec pp. 53 à 66 : Tarif de la douane de Lyon. Pp. 162 à 185 : Mémoire et origine du droit de quatre pour cent qui se paye à l'entrée du royaume sur les drogueries et épiceries. Pp. 186 à 314 : Mémoire concernant les droits de la douane de Valence. Avec pp. 303 à 314 : Table des tarifs de la douane de Valence concernant les espèces de marchandises ou denrées qui ont été adjoutées aux présents tarifs et augmentations des droits. Pp. 316 à 444 : Mémoire sur les droits d'imposition foraine de revue, haut passage et traitte domanialle qui se lèvent en Lyonnois, Dauphiné, Languedoc et Provence. Pp. 446 à 454 : Mémoire concernant le droit appellé denier St André. Pp. 456 à 577 : Mémoire concernant les droits des cinq grosses fermes qui se lèvent dans les provinces de Bourbonnois, Bourgogne, Bresse, Bugey, Valromey et pays de Gex, selon l'usage des bureaux qui y sont établis. Pp. 578 à 599 : Mémoire sur le droit de quatre pour cent qui se paye à l'entrée du royaume sur les drogueries et épiceries. Pp. 600 à 618 : Mémoire concernant le dr

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        Il regno della Servia detta altrimenti rascia

      Artist: Cantelli da Vignola Giacomo (d) ; issued in: Modena; date: (d)1689 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 41 x 55; - description: Map shows Serbia; - vita of the artist: Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola (1643 - 1695) was an important Italian cartographer and engraver Cantelli was born in Montorsello, near Vignola Italy to a prominent local family. After studying literature at the University of Bologna, Cantelli took a position as secretary to the Marquis Obizzi de Ferrara. Eventually Cantelli relocated to Venice where developed an interest in cartography. He later traveled to Paris in the company of the French ambassador where became acquainted with the French cartographer Guillaume Sanson, as well as his contemporaries Jacques-Andre Duval and Michel-Antoin Baudrand. It was most likely the influence of these innovative French cartographers that inspired Cantelli's careful and meticulous approach, in which he based his cartography not just on earlier maps, but also very much in the French style upon accounts written by travelers and merchants regarding actual travel to foreign lands. Back in Italy, Cantelli took service Count Rinieri Marescotti, with whom he traveled extensively throughout Italy, becoming in the process acquainted with the Italian publisher Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi. It is with Rossi that Cantelli began officially publishing his maps. The earliest maps to bear the Cantelli-Rossi imprint date to 1672 and detail the Holy Land, Persia, and the Ottoman Empire. Around 1680 the duo also began to publish the Mercurio Geografico, a large format atlas illustrating all parts of the world in a splendid Italian baroque detail defined by elaborate finely engraved cartouche work, high quality paper, and bold Roman lettering, and dark rich inks. Some have compared his style go that of Giovanni Antonio Magini, another Italian cartographer of the previous generation. Cantelli da Vignola in fact pioneered the Italian style of fine bold engraving that would eventually be embraced and expanded upon by Vincenzo Coronelli. His work drew the attention of Pope Innocent XI and Reggio Francesco II d'Este, the Duke of Modena, both of whom offered him a position as court geographer. Cantelli chose to work with the Due of Modena, in the service of whom he produced numerous maps and well as two large globes.

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        An Historical and Political Discourse of the Laws and Government..

      1689. London, 1689. 4th edition. London, 1689. 4th edition. Selden's Historical Discourse Selden, John [1584-1654] Bacon, Nathaniel [1593-1660], Editor, Attributed Author. An Historical and Political Discourse of the Laws and Government of England, From the First Times to the End of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. With a Vindication of the Ancient Way of Parliaments in England. Collected from Some Manuscript Notes of John Selden by Nathaniel Bacon of Grays Inn, Esquire. London: Printed for D. Browne and A. Millar, 1689. [xx], 203, [5]; 168, 167-188, [6] pp. Pagination irregular, text complete. Two parts, each with title page (dated 1682). First part preceded by general title page (dated 1689). Folio (13" x 8"). Contemporary mottled calf, blind panels to boards, raised bands to spine. A few minor nicks and scratches to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, small chip to head of spine, corners bumped and lightly worn, front hinge cracked, early armorial bookplate to front pastedown, front free pastedown and following leaf partially detached. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, minor spark burns to a few leaves. An appealing copy. $650. * Fourth edition. Often attributed to Bacon, the Historical Discourse "is a sort of constitutional history of England, showing much knowledge of the development of the institutions, civil and ecclesiastical, and pervaded by a strong spirit of hostility to the claims of the royal prerogative and to hierarchical pretensions." (DNB). "The first edition having become so rare a second edition was secretly printed in 1672 which was suppressed. It was again secretly reprinted in 1682 and the publishers were prosecuted. The 1682 edition appears to have been reissued in 1689 with the 1682 imprint" (Sweet & Maxwell). Dictionary of National Biography I:836-837. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:99(9). English Short-Title Catalogue R16514.

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        La Bulgaria e la Romania con Parte di Macedonia

      Artist: Cantelli da Vignola Giacomo d ; issued in: Rome; date: d1689 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition, WIDE-MARGINED; - size (in cm): 41 x 55; - description: Map shows Bulgaria, Rumania and Macedonia and the european part of Turkey.; - vita of the artist: Giacomo Cantelli da Vignola (1643 - 1695) was an important Italian cartographer and engraver Cantelli was born in Montorsello, near Vignola Italy to a prominent local family. After studying literature at the University of Bologna, Cantelli took a position as secretary to the Marquis Obizzi de Ferrara. Eventually Cantelli relocated to Venice where developed an interest in cartography. He later traveled to Paris in the company of the French ambassador where became acquainted with the French cartographer Guillaume Sanson, as well as his contemporaries Jacques-Andre Duval and Michel-Antoin Baudrand. It was most likely the influence of these innovative French cartographers that inspired Cantelli's careful and meticulous approach, in which he based his cartography not just on earlier maps, but also very much in the French style upon accounts written by travelers and merchants regarding actual travel to foreign lands. Back in Italy, Cantelli took service Count Rinieri Marescotti, with whom he traveled extensively throughout Italy, becoming in the process acquainted with the Italian publisher Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi. It is with Rossi that Cantelli began officially publishing his maps. The earliest maps to bear the Cantelli-Rossi imprint date to 1672 and detail the Holy Land, Persia, and the Ottoman Empire. Around 1680 the duo also began to publish the Mercurio Geografico, a large format atlas illustrating all parts of the world in a splendid Italian baroque detail defined by elaborate finely engraved cartouche work, high quality paper, and bold Roman lettering, and dark rich inks. Some have compared his style go that of Giovanni Antonio Magini, another Italian cartographer of the previous generation. Cantelli da Vignola in fact pioneered the Italian style of fine bold engraving that would eventually be embraced and expanded upon by Vincenzo Coronelli. His work drew the attention of Pope Innocent XI and Reggio Francesco II d'Este, the Duke of Modena, both of whom offered him a position as court geographer. Cantelli chose to work with the Due of Modena, in the service of whom he produced numerous maps and well as two large globes.

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        QUADRIENNIUM JACOBI, OR THE HISTORY OF THE REIGN OF KING JAMES II FROM HIS FIRST COMING TO THE CROWN TO HIS DESERTION

      London: Printed for James Knapton, 1689. First Edition. 12mo., 258 pages; VG; bound in contemporary tan leather boards, rebacked with new spine, paneled with burgundy label and gilt lettering; both boards have moderate wear, gilt signet to middle with seal of 'The Society of Writers to the Signet'; turn-in has a signle blind-roll of floral design; board edges have some gilt; verso of ffep has sticker; title page has the ink names of two previous owners, one dated 1766; James II and VII 1633-1701 was King of England and Ireland as James II and King of Scotland as James VII, from 1685 until he was deposed in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. "And thus ended th short Reign of James the Second: of whom it may be said much like that which was spoken of Richard the Second. That he loat his Kingdom rather by his own ill management and Irregularities, then by the pernicious Councels or practices of others" (page 258); consignment; shelved case 9. Dupont.

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        An Historical and Political Discourse of the Laws and Government.

      1689 - London, 1689. 4th edition. Selden's Historical Discourse Selden, John [1584-1654] Bacon, Nathaniel [1593-1660], Editor, Attributed Author. An Historical and Political Discourse of the Laws and Government of England, From the First Times to the End of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. With a Vindication of the Ancient Way of Parliaments in England. Collected from Some Manuscript Notes of John Selden by Nathaniel Bacon of Grays Inn, Esquire. London: Printed for D. Browne and A. Millar, 1689. [xx], 203, [5]; 168, 167-188, [6] pp. Pagination irregular, text complete. Two parts, each with title page (dated 1682). First part preceded by general title page (dated 1689). Folio (13" x 8"). Contemporary mottled calf, blind panels to boards, raised bands to spine. A few minor nicks and scratches to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, small chip to head of spine, corners bumped and lightly worn, front hinge cracked, early armorial bookplate to front pastedown, front free pastedown and following leaf partially detached. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, minor spark burns to a few leaves. An appealing copy. $650. * Fourth edition. Often attributed to Bacon, the Historical Discourse "is a sort of constitutional history of England, showing much knowledge of the development of the institutions, civil and ecclesiastical, and pervaded by a strong spirit of hostility to the claims of the royal prerogative and to hierarchical pretensions." (DNB). "The first edition having become so rare a second edition was secretly printed in 1672 which was suppressed. It was again secretly reprinted in 1682 and the publishers were prosecuted. The 1682 edition appears to have been reissued in 1689 with the 1682 imprint" (Sweet & Maxwell). Dictionary of National Biography I:836-837. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 1:99(9). English Short-Title Catalogue R16514. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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