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         Remarks on Several Parts of Italy &c. In the Years 1701, 1702, 1703

      Jacob Tonson, London 1705 - First edition. Engraved headpieces and vignettes. [xii], 534, [10, index] pp., with half-title. 8vo. An incredibly fresh and clean copy of the first edition of Addison's account of his grand tour experiences in Italy. "After travelling south to Marseilles Addison took ship for Italy on 12 December 1700, but was driven back by a storm. In the end he reached Genoa by land, and then proceeded through Pavia to Milan and then Venice, after which he followed the accustomed route south, choosing to go via San Marino and Loreto as he journeyed briefly to Rome and then on to Naples. He climbed Vesuvius, sailed round Capri, and sailed back up the coast to Rome. Here he passed a more extended sojourn, visiting churches, annotating architecture and antiquities, and undertaking trips out to literary shrines such as Tivoli and Frascati. There were poetic echoes on almost every corner for a man as deeply imbued in the ancient corpus as Addison, and he was to coin the phrase 'classic ground' to express a pervading atmosphere of ageless accomplishment, as the familiar texts sprang unbidden into his mind" (ODNB). It was while crossing the Alps in December of 1701 that Addison wrote the poem "A Letter from Italy," one of his most popular. ESTC T74575 Contemporay Cambridge calf, citron morocco spine label, red sprinkled edges. Small chip to head of spine, else fine. Old shelf label at foot of spine, book label on front pastedown Engraved headpieces and vignettes. [xii], 534, [10, index] pp., with half-title. 8vo [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Atlas Historique Henri Abraham Chatelain Francois L'Honore & Compagnie 1705

      Opera assai rara e ricercata Atlas Historique, ou Nouvelle introduction à l'Histoire, à la Chronologie & à la Géographie Ancienne et Moderne Autore Henri Abraham CHATELAIN (1684-1743) Pubblicato da François L'Honoré & Compagnie nel 1705 Senza tavole e mancante delle carte geografiche Presenti soli 2 tomi Formato in Folio Dimensioni cm 30 (L) x 45 (H)

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         Atlas Antiquus Sacer Ecclesiasticus et Profanus In quo Terrae Sanctae variae divisiones Dioiesesium Patriarchalium and Episcopalium limites Orbisque universus antiquus prout erat olim excultus and divisus oculis subjiciuntur

      Collectus ex Tabulis Geographicis Nic. Sansonis, Ejus Filiorum, aliorumque celebrium Geographorum. Tabulas ordine collocavit & emendavit Joannes Clericus. First edition; large folio (570 x 365 mm); pictorial engraved title-page, title-page, 5pp. Preface and Address to the reader, 1 page index and 89 double-page maps, in original outline colour, a couple slightly creased and a couple with small tears. Some fraying to extreme margins. The maps are very good and bright, a few of the first and last leaves creased. Recent quarter calf with later marbled paper-covered boards, seven raised bands and red morocco label with gilt lettering to spine; boards rubbed, corners slightly bumped and stained. With the engraved book-plate of John Orlebar (1697-1765). Amsterdam : Peter Mortier, 

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         De Bibliorum Textibus Originalibus, Versionibus Graecis , & Latina Vulgata

      First edn, Oxford, e Theatro Sheldoniano, 1705. Large folio, [xii], xxxvi, 664p. Fine engraved portrait frontispiece (Forster/Gucht) & engraving on title. Greek & Latin text, four books in one. Bkplt. Original panelled calf boards rather worn, strongly rebacked in speckled calf, raised bands, unlettered. Internally very clean VG copy. English scholar and theologian.

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         BIBLIA HEBRAICA JOHANNE LEUSDEN VAN DER HOOGHT AMSTERDAM BIBLE 1705 RARE HARDBACK ORIGINAL

      EVERARDO VAN DER HOOGHT - The Complete Bible .All five bokks in one volume. Published by Everardo Van Der Hooght in Amsterdam 1705.This is an original publication.Written in Hebrew,with some Latin. In very good condition for age.Internally very good indeed. Please see pictures. Original leather bound boards with decorative spine and edges in gold gilt.Extremely rare. Please e mail for more information. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         CORRESPONDANCE DU GLOBE TERRESTRE A LA SPHERE CELESTE. SITUATION DES HABITANS DU MONDE, DES CERCLES DE LONGITUDE ET DE LATITUDE, ET DES DIVERSES POSITIONS DE LA SPHERE [ATLAS]

      Paris: Published by the author, 1705. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. Wide 8vo. An atlas comprising 19 maps (1. Des cercels de Longitude et de Latitude, et des Diverses Positions de la Sphere; 2. Carte General du Globe Terrestre et Aquatiques ou Mappemonde en deux Plans-hemisphere 1705; 3. l'Europe Dresee sur diverse Relations; 4. L'Asie Dressee Sur Divers Relations 1705; 5. L'Aftique Dressez sur les dernieres Relations; 6. L'Amerique Meridionale; 7. L'Amerique Septentrionale et les Terres Polaires Arctique; 8. La France Avec Ses Acquisitions Insqu'a l'Annee 1705; 9. Les Environs de Paris 1705); 10. Les XVII Provinces des Pais Bas Divisees 1705; 11. Les Isles Britanniques ou Sont les Royaumes D'Angleterre D'Ecosse, et D'Irleland avec les Costes Septentrionales de France et Celles de Pais Bas; 12. Suede Norvegue et Dannemarck 1705; 13. Les Estats de la Couronne de Pologne 1705; 14. L'Allemagne Divisee En Dix Cercles Dressee sur les Derniers memoires; 15. Estats du Grand Duc de Moscovie suivant les derniere relations; 16. Hongrie ou Partie Septent de la Turque en Europe; 17. L'Espagne Divisee en Galice Asturies Biscaye, Navarre, Leon Vielle et Nouvelle Castille, Arragon, Andalousie, Mursie, Valence et Catalogne avec Les Isles Majorque, Minorque et Yvica au Roy d'Espagne; Le Portugal et L'Algarve avec Roy de Portugal; 18. L'Italie Divisee en ses Pricipaux Estats; 19. Partie Mediridionale de la Turquie D'Europe ou La Grece. Each map has a written descritpion (in French). The first 2 pages are lacking the paper on the right-hand edge and have been repaired. The remainder of the maps and text are in very good original condition. A newer binding in 3/4 brown calf over brown boards, with marbled endpapers, with the bookplate of Antonio Barrette on the (blank) ffep. An excellent copy of a very scarce work..

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         A new and accurate description of the coast of Guinea, divided into the Gold, the Slave, and the Ivory Coasts. . Illustrated with several cutts. Written originally in Dutch by William Bosman, . To which is prefix'd, an exact map of the whole coast of Guinea .

      James Knapton and Dan. Midwinter London 1705 - First edition in English, 8vo., [8], 493, [19]pp., engraved folding map by Moll, 7 engraved plates, contemporary sprinkled calf, rebacked, morocco lettering piece, an excellent copy. "The standard work concerning the Gold Coast of this period." (Cardinall). Bosman was Chief Factor for the Dutch at the castle of São Jorge de Elmina. His work is written in the form of letters and, as well as providing an unflattering view of the "very fraudulent and crafty, idle and careless" natives, describes the forts and factories of the coast. Cardinall 256; Goldsmiths 4153; Hogg 144b. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         SAMMELBAND of Twelve Sermons in Nine Pamphlets] A Sermon Preach'd Before King Charles II on the Fast; Religion and Allegiance: In Two Sermons, Preach'd Before the King's Majesty; The Perils of False Bretheren, Both in Church and State: Set Forth in a Sermon; Honesty and Plain-Dealing an Usual Bar to Honour and Preferment. A sermon; Three Sermons Preach'd at Stockton in the County of Salop; Chrisitan Triumph: Or the Duty of Praying for Our Enemies; Comfort Under Affliction. A Sermon; True Loyalty; Or Non-Resistance the Only Support of Monarchy; A Seasonable Caution Against Seducers.

      Eliz Sawbridge; John Baker; H. King; Anth. Peisley; George Sawbridge; G. James for Henry Clements; John Morphew 1705 - A Sermon Preach'd Before King Charles II on the Fast (Appointed Jan 30.) For the Erecrable Murder of His Royal Father. By Robert South Printed for Eliz Sawbridge, London Undated. [1705] First edition. ESTC T142938. [4], 5-28p. Frontis portrait of King Charles by Vander Gucht. Fast-day sermon from the restoration preached by the Royalist and clergyman Robert South (1634-1716). Religion and Allegiance: In Two Sermons, Preach'd Before the King's Majesty. The One, on the 4th July, An. 1627, at Outlands. The Other, on the 29th of July, the Same Year, at Alderton. By Roger Maynwaring Reprinted for John Baker, London 1709 Second edition. ESTC T46704. [2], 3-40p. Roger Maynwaring (1590-1653) was impeached by the commons for these sermons, which resulted in their repression, his imprisonment, and a fine of £1,000. The Perils of False Brethren, Both in Church and State: Set Forth in a Sermon Preach'd Before the Right honourable the Lord-Mayor, Aldermen and Citizen's of London, at the Cathedral - Church of St. Paul. On the 5th of November, 1709. By Henry Sacheverell Printed for H. King, London. 1709 ESTC T77899. [2], 3-16p. Henry Sacheverell's (1674-1724) sermon attacking Dissenters, for which he was impeached. In it he claimed that Dissenters were a threat to the Anglican faith and stirred up public unrest. This led to the Sacheverell Riots. Printed in the same year as the first edition. Honesty and Plain-Dealing an Usual Bar to Honour and Preferment. A sermon Preach'd at St Mary's Before the University of Oxford, Upon Act-Sunday July IX. 1710. By Thomas Coney Printed for Anth. Peisley, Oxford 1710 Second edition. ESTC T36618. [2], 18p. A scarce sermon by Thomas Coney (1675-1752), rector of Chedzoy in Somerset. Three Sermons Preach'd at Stockton in the County of Salop. The First, on Gal. v. 22. The Fruit of the Spirit is Love, &c. The Two Last, on Luke xi. 13. If ye then Being Evil, Know How to Give Good Gifts to Your Children, How Much More Shall Your Heavenly Father Give the Spirit to them that Ask Him? By Alexander Scott Printed for George Sawbridge, London MDCCXI [1711] First edition. ESTC T84159 [4], 5-41, [1]p. Last leaf missing, which must either be a continuation of the publisher's catalogue or a blank. Chrisitan Triumph: Or the Duty of Praying for Our Enemies. Illustrated and Enforc'd from our Blessed Savious's Example on the Cross. In a Sermon Preach'd at Saviour's in Southwark. On Palm-Sunday, 1713. By Henry Sacheverell Printed by G. James for Henry Clements MDCCXIII [1713] Variant of ESTC T77895. First edition, variant state (number 1064 in 'A Critical Bibliography.' by W. A. Speck). [3], 4-24p. Comfort Under Affliction. A Sermon Preach'd at the Parish Church of S. Mary White-Chappel. On Thursay, March 15. 1715-16. Being the Evening when the Late Disturbance Happen'd There. By Willoughby Mynors Printed for John Morphew, London 1716 First edition. ESTC T138643. [2], 18p. True Loyalty; Or Non-Resistance the Only Support of Monarchy. A Sermon Preach'd at S. Pancras, Middlesex, on Sunday, June 10. 1716. By Willoughby Mynors. Printed for John Morphew, London 1716 First edition. ESTC T51892. [4], 23, [1]p. A Seasonable Caution Against Seducers. In a Sermon, Preach'd at the Parish Church of Dartford, in the County of kent, on Sunday, August the 11th, 1717. By Samuel Hilliard Printed by J. Morphew, London 1717 [3], 32p. This is a scarce sermon by Samuel Hilliard (1676-1742). I can only find one copy and it is in the British library. Twelve sermons contained within nine pamphlets. Bound in full vellum. Thomas Atkins label to the front pastedown. Ink inscriptions relating to Edward Pole and John Shuttleworth. Condition: Very good. Vellum discoloured. Pencil and ink inscriptions to the front free endpaper, blanks, and three title pages. Worming to the first three pamphlets. Tidemarks. Foxed. Thumbmarks. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Navigantium atque Itinerantium Bibliotheca; or, a Compleat Collection of Voyages and Travels: consisting of above four hundred of the most authentick writers

      London: printed for Thomas Bennet, John Nicholson and Daniel Midwinter, 1705. 2 volumes, folio. (14 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches). 2pp. list of subscribers. 32 engraved plates and maps. Contemporary calf, panelled in blind, expertly rebacked to style, spines with raised bands in seven compartments, red and black morocco lettering pieceThe first edition of this important compilation of world voyages, including descriptions of voyages to America, the Arctic, Africa, the Middle East and China.A collection of important voyages, which, as Harris himself describes "begins with the most early Discoveries, and Settlements of Trade, and reaches down to the Year 1626, where Purchas ends his Collection. But you will find here a succinct Account, of the Books of very many other Authors, which are neither in Him nor Hackluit ... The Second Volume hath nothing out of Purchas and Hackluit; but is entirely New: Being taken from the best of all the Modern Authors extant ... the Index is so very large and compleat, that you may there readily find the Description of any Part of the World; or an Account of any Bird, Beast, or Plant ... that hath been descib'd by Travellers."The work would be republished in second and third editions, but the first edition has become quite rare. "The first edition is valuable for the original impressions of the fine series of maps by Herman Moll, including a very good one of America. Also there is a map of the world according to Mercator's projection, with improvements, showing the northern coast line and part of the west and south coasts of Australia together with parts of Tasmania and New Zealand. Among the voyages included are those of Magellan, Drake, Cavenish, Schouten, Hawkins, Narbrough, and Dampier" (Hill).Hill (2004) 774; Sabin 30482; Alden & Landis 705/90.

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         Discourses Concerning Government, to Which Is Added, The Paper He Deliver'd to the Sheriffs Immediately Before His Death. And an Alphabetical Table. The Second Edition Carefully Corrected.

      Tho. [Thomas] Atkinson, London 1705 - Portrait, Vii,424, (Xlviii). Errata Printed At End Of Preface. Original Paneled Calf, Re-Backed To Style In Nineteenth Century With Five Raised Bands, Old Morocco Spine Labelcovers Tooled With Elaborations. Engraved Heraldic Bookplate Of The Earl Of Ellenborough At Southam De La Bere, With Stamp Showing That It Was Book 31489 From The Library There. Binding Worn But Intact, Nicely Refurbished. Contents Near Fine, Clean, No Foxing Or Damage. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Remarks on Several Parts of Italy, &c. In the years 1701, 1702, 1703.

      London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1705 - Octavo (196 x 115 mm). Early 19th-century polished calf, titles to spine gilt in compartments, gilt frames to covers, edges speckled red, marbled endpapers. Acton family bookplate to front pastedown. Small newspaper clipping laid in as page marker. Pencil annotation to front free binder's blank verso. Expert restoration to head of spine, slight rubbing to extremities, a couple of faint scratches to boards, browning to prelims and endmatter, an excellent copy. First edition, with p. 125 misprinted as 215, of this influential Grand Tour diary, "often eloquent on art, history, and literature" (ODNB). Addison's travels in Italy led him to coin the phrase "'classic ground' to express a pervading atmosphere of ageless accomplishment" (ibid.) He was close friends with the publisher and fellow Kit-Cat club member Jacob Tonson, who published most of his works. This copy with the bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst to the front free endpaper, heir to a successful chain of dispensing chemists, based in Nelson, Lancashire: "A collector of books, in a delightful room at his home, white-painted bookshelves stacked high on all the available wall space show to advantage the hand-tooled leather bindings of a collection that has been acquired slowly and with discrimination over the years" (The Chemist and Druggist, 7 September 1957). [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Remarks on Several Parts of Italy &c. In the Years 1701, 1702, 1703

      London: Jacob Tonson, 1705. First edition. Engraved headpieces and vignettes. [xii], 534, [10, index] pp., with half-title. 8vo. Contemporay Cambridge calf, citron morocco spine label, red sprinkled edges. Small chip to head of spine, else fine. Old shelf label at foot of spine, book label on front pastedown. First edition. Engraved headpieces and vignettes. [xii], 534, [10, index] pp., with half-title. 8vo. An incredibly fresh and clean copy of the first edition of Addison's account of his grand tour experiences in Italy. "After travelling south to Marseilles Addison took ship for Italy on 12 December 1700, but was driven back by a storm. In the end he reached Genoa by land, and then proceeded through Pavia to Milan and then Venice, after which he followed the accustomed route south, choosing to go via San Marino and Loreto as he journeyed briefly to Rome and then on to Naples. He climbed Vesuvius, sailed round Capri, and sailed back up the coast to Rome. Here he passed a more extended sojourn, visiting churches, annotating architecture and antiquities, and undertaking trips out to literary shrines such as Tivoli and Frascati. There were poetic echoes on almost every corner for a man as deeply imbued in the ancient corpus as Addison, and he was to coin the phrase 'classic ground' to express a pervading atmosphere of ageless accomplishment, as the familiar texts sprang unbidden into his mind" (ODNB). It was while crossing the Alps in December of 1701 that Addison wrote the poem "A Letter from Italy," one of his most popular. ESTC T74575

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         Le Cours Du Rhein, De La Meuse, De La Moselle, De La Sarre, De La Lis, Et De L'Escaut, Deßus et aux environs des quelles Se trouvent Les XVII. Provinces Des Pais-Bas, Les Êtats Des 4. Elect.rs sur le Rhein, L'Alsace, La Lorraine, La Champagne, L'Isle De France, et La Picardie. Par N. de Fer, Geographe de Sa Majesté Catholique et de Monseig. le Dauphin. - A Paris Chez l'Auteur dans l'Isle du Palais. Sur le Quay de l'Orloge a la Sphere Royale Avec privilege du Roy. 1705. - C. Inselin Sculpsit.':.

      - Kolorierter Kupferstich v. Charles Inselin b. Nicolas de Fer in Paris, dat. 1705, 56 x 43,5 van der Heijden, Old maps of the Netherlands 1548-1794, 223, 2. state; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J., S. 59f.; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J, S. 410 (Charles Inselin , fl. 1680-1715. French engraver 'de Charleville' ; 'rue St. Jacques' . Engraved numerous maps which appeared in the publications of Nicolas de Fer 1693-1709 and later, also engraved for Duval, 1703-1704. .). - Zeigt die 17 Provinzen zwischen Friesland, Paris und dem Rheinlauf bis Basel. - Oben links Titelkartusche mit Wappen; darunter Meilenzeiger und Verlegeradresse.

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         A New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea, Divided into the Gold, the Slave and the Ivory Coasts.Containing a Geographical, Political and Natural History of the Kingdoms and Countries: With a Particular Account of the Rise, Progress and Present Condition of all the European Settlements upon that Coast; and the Just Measures for Improving the several Branches of the Guinea Trade.

      1705 - First English edition. Folding map, and 7 engraved plates. 8vo. Contemporary panelled calf rebacked. [viii] 493 [18] index [3] ads. pp. London, Knapton, The author spent 14 years on the Gold Coast and his work, which consists of a series of letters descriptive of that country, provides many valuable references to the customs and history of the natives. ?Usually regarded as the standard work concerning the Gold Coast of this period? (Cardinall). Cardinall, 256. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Sacro arsenale overo prattica dell'Officio della S. Inquisitione. Con l'inserzione d'alcune regole fatte dal P. Inquisitore Tomaso Menghini, domenicano, di diverse annotazioni del Dottore Gio. Pasqualone, fiscale della Suprema Generale Inquisizione di Roma. Et in questa seconda impressione corretta in alcune cose la parte X degl'avvertimenti, quali sono posti in ordine alfabetico con un indice a parte. Dedicato alla Santita di Nostro Sig. Clemente XI.In Roma, nella Stamperia della Rev. Cam. Apostolica, 1705.

      In Roma, nella Stamperia della Rev. Cam. Apostolica 1705 - Cm. 22, pp. (8) 426 (44). Stemma cardinalizio Albani al frontespizio. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con dorso a 5 sottili nervi e tagli spruzzati. Restauro all'angolo esterno bianco delle carte finali d'indice (senza alcuna lesione del testo); trascurabile alone limitato al margine inferiore di poche carte, sporadiche fioriture. Esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. Eliseo Masini, nato a Bologna nella seconda metà del XV secolo e morto a Genova nel 1627, fu commissario del S. Uffizio, giudice della fede e inquisitore ad Ancona, Mantova e Genova. "Dall'attività di giudice, il M. trasse ispirazione per compilare quello che restò per molto tempo il solo manuale in volgare destinato ai giudici del S. Uffizio romano: il Sacro arsenale overo Prattica dell'officio della Santa Inquisitione (Genova 1621). Il successo fu quasi immediato, anche perché il testo si presentava come un vademecum d'ufficio privo del consueto e sovrabbondante commento alle fonti bibliche, giuridiche e teologiche che, ancora nella prima metà del Seicento, appesantiva le pratiche e i testi di diritto inquisitoriale. Inoltre il S. Uffizio romano non poteva vantare né le istruzioni in volgare che la Suprema spagnola fece distribuire sin dalla nascita ai giudici di distretto, né le guide o i compendi che autori come Diego de Simancas o Pablo Garcìa avevano compilato negli anni Sessanta del XVI secolo. Il Sacro arsenale colmava dunque un vuoto editoriale grazie a un sapiente collage compilato a partire dalla Breve informatione per i vicari e dalle lettere circolari che la congregazione, dagli anni Ottanta del Cinquecento, aveva inviato ai giudici locali per mettere a conoscenza i singoli uffici del tribunale delle proprie prescrizioni amministrative o giudiziarie" (cfr. voce M. in DBI, vol. 71). Edizione tra le più complete di questo celebre manuale per l'inquisitore che doveva esaminare (e talvolta procedere alle diverse forme di tortura) eretici, sospetti d'eresia, fautori degli eretici, maghi, streghe, incantatori, bestemmiatori, oppositori del S. Uffizio, ebrei e infedeli. Cfr. Iccu; Edizioni giuridiche antiche in lingua italiana, II, 1, p. 30. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A New and Accurate Description of the Coast of Guinea Divided into the Gold the Slave and the Ivory Coasts Containing a Geographical Political and Natural History of the Kingdoms and Countries With a Particular Account of the Rise Progress and Present Condition of all the European Settlements upon that Coast and the Just Measures for Improving the several Branches of the Guinea Trade 

      First English edition. Folding map, and 7 engraved plates.  8vo.  Contemporary panelled calf rebacked.  [viii] 493 [18] index [3] ads. pp. London, Knapton, 

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         Historischer Bilder Bibel erster [-fünffter] Theil

      Augsburg, Johann Ulrich Krauss, 1705. - Cinq parties en un volume in-folio. Cinq frontispices et cinq titres gravés, 134 (sur 136) gravures à deux sujets très finement exécutées (manquent les pl. n°64 et 65 du tome III). Gravures en très bon état. Basane rouge à long grain usagée, roulette floral dorée d'encadrement, cartouche muet de cuir noir au premier plat, dos plat orné à froid, tranches dorées et ciselées, mors fendu avec manque de cuir. Illustrateur allemand, graveur sur cuivre et éditeur à Augsbourg. Son "Historische Bilderbibel" en 5 volumes de 1698 à 1700 est considéré comme le point culminant de La gravure sur cuivre d'Ausbourg.

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         Verzámeling van uitgekórene zin-spreuken, en zinnebeeldige print-vercieringen, eertyds, op bevel van den aller doorlugtigsten Keizer der Russen, Peter Alexis, of the Gróte, getékent en gesnéden .Haarlem, Johannes Marshoorn, 1743. 4to. With engraved frontispiece by J. Mulder and 840 numbered circular emblems on 140 full-page engravings in text, the facing pages to the left with captions in Dutch, short proverbial phrases in Latin, French and German, and two-line verses in Dutch by Van den Burg. 19th-century half sheepskin, gold-tooled spine.

      - Landwehr, Emblem books Low Countries 92 (cf. 786); Praz, p. 292 (cf. pp. 509-510); STCN (8 copies); cf. Hippisley, The first Russian emblem book. First and only edition of Van den Burg's revised edition of the first Russian emblem book. The original emblem book was published in the Netherlands in 1705 as Symbola et Emblemata, with captions in Russian, German, Dutch, etc. It was published as part of a deal by Tsar Peter the Great granting the Dutch merchant Jan Tesing the right to print books in Holland for sale in Russia. The first genuinely Russian edition was published in 1788. This edition by the Dutch poet Hermanus van den Burg (1682-1752), uses the original plates and replaces most of the captions, including the Russian, by new two-line verses in Dutch. With a wormhole in the lower outer corner of the first 9 leaves and in the gutter, both not affecting the text, also with some minor spots. Binding somewhat rubbed along the extremities. Overall in good condition.

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         The Antiquities and History of Ireland. Containing: 1.) His Inquiries into the Antiquities of Ireland, Illustrated with Copper Cutts: To which are annexed Catalogues of all the Chief Governors, of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Commons in the present Parliament; the Mayors, Lord Mayors and Sheriffs of the City of Dublin; the present Establishment of of Ireland; with Lists of the Principal Officers Civil and Military, the Commissioners of the Revenue, etc. 2.) His Annals of Ireland from the first Conquest by the English, a great part of which is now first Published, together with a Chronological Account of the most memorable Events continued from the Reign of Queen Elizabeth to this present time. 3.) His Commentaries of the Prelates of Ireland from the first planting of Christianity there, to the year 1665: To which is now added a Continuation thereof to 1704; and a Catalogue of all the Chancellors and Provosts of Trinity College, Dublin, from its Foundation; together with the present Fellows. 4.) His two books of the Writers of Ireland, wherein are many remarkable Pieces of Antiquity, much Augmented from the Author's Original Manuscripts. 5.) By way of Appendix is added that rare and admirable Discourse of Sir John Davis, Knight, of the Cause why Ireland was no sooner reduced to the Obedience of the Crown of England. Very useful to all Persons who are desirous of being acquainted with the ancient and present Estate of that Kingdom. Now first Published in one Volume in English; and the Life of Sir James Ware prefixed.

      Dublin: A. Crook, 1705. FIRST EDITION IN ENGLISH, first collected edition. Small folio (30 x 20cm), pp.[20], 172, [14], 76, 164, 64, 175-196, [4], 70, 44, 55, [1], 28, [4], 42, [4], 59, [3]. With five engraved plates including a map. Recently re-backed using original near-contemporary mottled calf boards, both stamped in gilt with the Royal Arms of King George I. New tan calf to spine with raised bands and gilt titles to black label.Occasional heavy browning or spotting; occasional marginal notes. Prelims and final leaves quite heavily browned and worn, with some barely legible ink notes to main title page and an ownership inscription of John Addison, Glasgow, 1852 to following page. Wear to fore-edges. Fair overall.

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         LES ADMIRABLES SECRETS d'... contenant plusieurs Traites sur la conception des femmes, & les vertus des Herbes, des Pierres precieuses & des Animaux avec leurs figures. Augmentes d'un Abrege curieux de Phisionomie & d'un Preservatif contre la Peste, les Fievres malignes, les Poisons & l'infection de l'air.

      chez le Dispensateur des Secrets, 1705. in-16, pp. (8), 374, (26), leg. p. pelle coeva con tit. e fregi oro al d. con nervi. Bell'antip. inc. in rame e numerose incis. in legno n.t. raffiguranti per lo più animali reali e fantastici. Rara edizione del celebre trattato di magia e di "segreti" che conobbe molte ristampe nei secoli. Legg. spellature al d., ma bell'esempl. [181]

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         Plate No: 38

      J. F. Bernard 1705-30, Amsterdam - Copper engraving, finely hand colored, published in the famous series ‘Over de Voortteeling en Wonderbaerlyke veranderingen der Surinaemsche Insecten’ by Maria Sybilla Merian. In excellent condition.

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         Verzámeling van uitgekórene zin-spreuken, en zinnebeeldige print-vercieringen, eertyds, op bevel van den aller doorlugtigsten Keizer der Russen, Peter Alexis, of the Gróte, getékent en gesnéden ...Haarlem, Johannes Marshoorn, 1743. 4to. With engraved frontispiece by J. Mulder and 840 numbered circular emblems on 140 full-page engravings in text, the facing pages to the left with captions in Dutch, short proverbial phrases in Latin, French and German, and two-line verses in Dutch by Van den Burg. 19th-century half sheepskin, gold-tooled spine.

      Landwehr, Emblem books Low Countries 92 (cf. 786); Praz, p. 292 (cf. pp. 509-510); STCN (8 copies); cf. Hippisley, The first Russian emblem book. First and only edition of Van den Burg's revised edition of the first Russian emblem book. The original emblem book was published in the Netherlands in 1705 as Symbola et Emblemata, with captions in Russian, German, Dutch, etc. It was published as part of a deal by Tsar Peter the Great granting the Dutch merchant Jan Tesing the right to print books in Holland for sale in Russia. The first genuinely Russian edition was published in 1788. This edition by the Dutch poet Hermanus van den Burg (1682-1752), uses the original plates and replaces most of the captions, including the Russian, by new two-line verses in Dutch. With a wormhole in the lower outer corner of the first 9 leaves and in the gutter, both not affecting the text, also with some minor spots. Binding somewhat rubbed along the extremities. Overall in good condition.

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         Historical Discourses, Upon Several Occasions &c.

      Printed by W. B. for Sam. Keble, at the Turk's Head in Fleet Street, London 1705 - 1705. Folio. Title, Epistle Dedicatory, Armorial dedication to Edward Clopton, Contents, 369; 98pp. With the plate of Charles I on horseback and the folding plate depicting Charles I and Edward Walker. Binding: Contemporary boards re-backed to match with gilt tooling and raised bands, retaining original title label. Surface wear and rubbing to boards including several scrapes and markings. Heraldic bookplate for Henry Charles Howard of Greystock in Cumberland to f.e.p. Ink stain to f.f.e.p. Otherwise contents generally clean and bright considering age. A Very Good copy of this scarce antiquarian title. Charles I/English Civil War Interest. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         d'Algemeene bouwkunde volgens d'antyke en hedendaagse manier, In desen laatsten druk vermeerderd met een voorberigt tegens den brief van (...) J.H. Koccejus [= Coccejus], agter t Hoogste goed der Spinosisten, door (...) F. Burmannus uitgegeven. Amsterdam, A. v. Damme, 1705.

      Gebonden in modern half leer. 165+204 pag. Geillustreerd met een gegraveerde titelpagina en titelvignet. Opdracht aan D. Bosboom en S. Schynvoet.

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         Traite curieux des serins de canarie / Naaukeurige verhandeling van de kanarievogels, behelzende een beschryving van den aart deezer vogels, hoe die te doen paaren, haare nesten te maaken, de jongen op te voeden, haar te leeren zingen en fluiten (...) door A. Moubach uit het , 523, ch vertaalt. Amsterdam, H. Schelte, 1712.

      Gebonden in 19e eeuwse half leren band, (20)+303+(12) pag. Geillustreerd met frontispice (door J. Goeree), een paginagrote gravure eveneens door J. Goeree en 2 pagina's muziekschrift. Tekst in , 523, en Nederlands. De eerste , 523, e editie verscheen in 1705.

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         Remarks on Several Parts of Italy, &c.

      London: Printed for Jacob Tonson,, 1705. In the years 1701, 1702, 1703. Octavo (196 x 115 mm). Early 19th-century calf, titles to spine gilt in compartments, gilt frames to covers, edges speckled red, marbled endpapers. Acton family bookplate to front pastedown. Small newspaper clipping laid in as page marker. Pencil annotation to front free binder's blank verso. Expert restoration to head of spine, slight rubbing to extremities, a couple of faint scratches to boards, browning to prelims and endmatter, an excellent copy. First edition, with p. 125 misprinted as 215. This work is based on Addison's grand tour experience and "is often eloquent on art, history, and literature", despite being "deficient in picturesque human detail" (ODNB). Addison was close friends with the publisher and member of the Kit-Cat club Jacob Tonson, who published the majority of his work. Addison's travels in Italy led him to coin the phrase "'classic ground' to express a pervading atmosphere of ageless accomplishment" (ODNB). This copy with the bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst to the front free endpaper, heir to a successful chain of dispensing chemists, based in Nelson, Lancashire: "A collector of books, in a delightful room at his home, white-painted bookshelves stacked high on all the available wall space show to advantage the hand-tooled leather bindings of a collection that has been acquired slowly and with discrimination over the years" (The Chemist and Druggist, 7 September 1957).

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         Bibliotheca juris selecta secundum ordinem litterarium disposita atque ad singulas iuris partes directa.

      Janae, Ernestum Claudium Bailliar, 1705. In-8, pp. (10), 2 bianche, 480, (92), 4 bianche; piena pelle con fregi e titolo in oro. Rara seconda edizione citata dal Camus che la considera la migliore opera di questo genere, nessun esemplare censito nelle biblioteche italiane, manca al Sapori. Piccola rottura alla cerniera.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Baduel]
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         Kupferstich- Karte, b. P. Mortier, "Les Environs de Venise.".

      - mit Flächenkolorit, 1705, 26,5 x 41,5 Hübsche Umgebungskarte von Venedig und der Lagune von Venedig, reicht von der Mündung der Etsch bis zur Laguna di Marano im Norden; ursprünglich erstmals 1682 bei den Erben von J. Blaeu erschienen, hier in einer Ausgabe von Pierre Mortier; mit Legende 1-36 am rechten Bildrand; mehrfach gefaltet.

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         A friendly admonition to drunkards and tiplers.

      London: printed for Thomas Parkhurst at the Bible and Three Crowns, the lower end of Cheapside near Mercers Chappel. 1705. 12mo., (2) + 46pp., marginal browning, title-page rather soiled and browned, book label of the Hope Trust> pasted on to blank verso of title-page. A good copy nonetheless, will bound in the 20th century in plain ruled calf. First and only edition. Sometimes bound up with the author's three other moralising tracts [viz. against uncleanness, against Sabbath-breaking> and against profane speaking.> The author was probably Matthew Henry (1662-1714) an acclaimed Cheshire Presbyterian minister.

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         Remarks on Several Parts of Italy, &c. In the years 1701, 1702, 1703.

      London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, 1705 - Octavo (196 x 115 mm). Early 19th-century calf, titles to spine gilt in compartments, gilt frames to covers, edges speckled red, marbled endpapers. Acton family bookplate to front pastedown. Small newspaper clipping laid in as page marker. Pencil annotation to front free binder's blank verso. Expert restoration to head of spine, slight rubbing to extremities, a couple of faint scratches to boards, browning to prelims and endmatter, an excellent copy. First edition, with p. 125 misprinted as 215. This work is based on Addison's grand tour experience and "is often eloquent on art, history, and literature", despite being "deficient in picturesque human detail" (ODNB). Addison was close friends with the publisher and member of the Kit-Cat club Jacob Tonson, who published the majority of his work. Addison's travels in Italy led him to coin the phrase "'classic ground' to express a pervading atmosphere of ageless accomplishment" (ODNB). This copy with the bookplate of Robert J. Hayhurst to the front free endpaper, heir to a successful chain of dispensing chemists, based in Nelson, Lancashire: "A collector of books, in a delightful room at his home, white-painted bookshelves stacked high on all the available wall space show to advantage the hand-tooled leather bindings of a collection that has been acquired slowly and with discrimination over the years" (The Chemist and Druggist, 7 September 1957). [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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         Voyage d'Alep a Jerusalem,: a Paques en l'annee 1697.

      Utrecht: Guillaume van Poolsum 1705 - Maundrell, chaplain to the Levant copy at Aleppo, died of fever in 1701. His account was published posthumously, first in English in 1703. see Blackmer 1095 An attractive copy bound in contemporary leather, new calf spine. Some age-toning of text. First edition in French 12mo, pp.[xii], 251, [1], engraved title, 9 folding plates.

      [Bookseller: John Randall (Books of Asia), ABA, ILAB]
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         A New Map of the World. Showing the Course of Sr. Francis Drake, William Schouten, and Capt. William Dampiers Voyages Round it.

      London. 1705 - Size: 545 x 300 mm. Fine condition. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. Attractive map of the world according to Mercator's projection, with improvements, showing the northern coast line and part of the west and south coasts of Australia together with parts of Tasmania and New Zealand. From John Harris's book on voyages of famous explorers such as Magellan, Drake, Cavendish, Schouten, Hawkins, Narbrough, and Dampier.

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         Istoria della repubblica di Venezia in tempo della Sacra Lega contra Maometto IV., e tre suoi successori, Gran Sultani de' Turchi.

      Venice, Giovanni Manfrè, 1705. - Large 4to. (8), 838, (40) pp., final blank f. With several woodcut headpieces. 19th century green half mororcco gilt with marbled covers. First edition. - "Garzoni [1652-1719] was appointed official Venetian historiographer in 1692. His work deals mainly with the Sacra Lega and the Venetian victories against the Turks in the Morea during the war of 1684-90" (Atabey, 2nd ed. only). A second volume, a sequel in name only, deals with the War of Spanish Succession and was not appended until 1716. - Binding rubbed, corners somewhat bumped. Interior shows occasional browning, but largely quite clean. A good, wide-margined copy, this has been annotated throughout in pencil by an Arabic hand, probably in the early 20th century. Rare; no copy of the first edition on the market for 25 years. Brunet VI, 25458. Libr. Vinciana 1032. Graesse III, 82. OCLC 832293066. Cf. Atabey 479 (1707-19 second ed. only). Not in Blackmer. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Il ritratto overo le cose pi-- notabili di Venezia diviso in due parti.

      Venezia, Lorenzo Baseggio, 1705. In - 12ø; 12 cc., 699 pp. (errori di numerazione); legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle, titolo in oro al dorso. Assai lieve gora alle prime e ultime carte. Esemplare proveniente dalla biblioteca di Georg Gronau (1868 - 1938, storico dell?arte, cui si devono studi fondamentali su Giovanni Bellini). Seconda edizione (tiratura con la data 1705 al titolo) con le aggiunte che riguardano monumenti e "fabbriche pubbliche" intrapresi nel periodo dal 1682 al 1704. La seconda parte ha frontespizio proprio e riporta la data del 1704. Interessante guida di Venezia che raccoglie notizie e fonti storico - artistiche di grande rilevanza per la storia della citt.... Domenico Martinelli fu un importante architetto italiano, particolarmente attivo presso la corte Asburgica a Vienna e in Moravia, Boemia e Ungheria. Cicognara 4370 (prima edizione). Cicogna 4474. Fossati Bellani 2263 (prima edizione).

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         Discourses Concerning Government, to Which Is Added, The Paper He Deliver'd to the Sheriffs Immediately Before His Death. And an Alphabetical Table. The Second Edition Carefully Corrected.

      London: Tho. [Thomas] Atkinson, 1705. Second Edition, Corrected. Full Paneled Calf. Very Good. 12 3/4" Tall. Frontispiece Portrait. Portrait, Vii,424, (Xlviii). Errata Printed At End Of Preface. Original Paneled Calf, Re-Backed To Style In Nineteenth Century With Five Raised Bands, Old Morocco Spine Labelcovers Tooled With Elaborations. Engraved Heraldic Bookplate Of The Earl Of Ellenborough At Southam De La Bere, With Stamp Showing That It Was Book 31489 From The Library There. Binding Worn But Intact, Nicely Refurbished. Contents Near Fine, Clean, No Foxing Or Damage.

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         A letter to a Member of the present Honourable House of Commons, relating to the credit of our government, and of the nation in general.

      London printed by A.R. in Bond's stables adjoyning to Symond's Inn in Chancery-lane; and are to be sold by J. Nutt near Stationers Hall 1705 - 4to., 8pp., final page a little soiled, page numerals shaved or partially cropped in upper margins, bound in the 20th century in marbled boards. First edition. Hanson notes that this paper was incorporated a few years later in The vindication and advancement of our national constitution and credit.> [1710]. For the context of this paper, see, for example, Horsefield, British monetary experiments 1650-1710,> 1960, pp.140-1. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Verworffener Hexen- und Zauberer-Advocat Das ist Wolgegründete Vernichtung des thörichten Vorhabens Hn. Christiani Thomasii. welche durch ihre superkluge Phantasie-Grillen dem teufflischen Hexen-Geschmeiß das Wort reden wollen. und bestättiget wird, daß in der That Eine Teuflische Hexerey und Zauberey sey.

      Hamburg, Liebernickel 1705 - (Bücher 10964) Petrus Goldschmid Verworffener Hexen- und Zauberer-Advocat Das ist Wolgegründete Vernichtung des thörichten Vorhabens Hn. Christiani Thomasii. welche durch ihre superkluge Phantasie-Grillen dem teufflischen Hexen-Geschmeiß das Wort reden wollen. und bestättiget wird, daß in der That Eine Teuflische Hexerey und Zauberey sey. Hamburg, Gottfried Liebernickel, 1705 blindgeprägter Leder-Einband im Stil der Zeit 13 Bl., 654 Seiten, 19 Bl. ohne das gestochene Frontispiz Einzige Auflage. Äusserst seltene und böse Streitschrift des Husumer Gelehrten Petrus Goldschmid, in welcher er den Hexenglauben verteidigt. "Ausgangspunkt des 1705 veröffentlichten Verworffenen Hexen- und Zauber-Advocaten, mit dem sich Goldschmidt gegen Thomasius und dessen Verteidigung Bekkers wandte, ist die dem Hexenhammer entlehnte Behauptung, dass es eine schwere Ketzerei sei, der Existenz und den Verbrechen der Hexen keinen Glauben zu schenken. Thomasius, so der Vorwurf im Titel, rede mit seinen "Superkluge(n) Phantasie-Grillen" dem "teufflischen Hexen-Geschmeiss" das Wort. Goldschmidt warnt auch hier vor dem verderblichen niederländischen Einfluss, indem er die grosse Bedeutung hervorhebt, die Bekker und van Dale fur Thomasius haben. Stilistisch ist der Verworffene Hexen- und Zauberadvocat weniger polemisch als der Hollische Morpheus und eher in warnendem Ton gehalten. Auch inhaltlich macht Goldschmidt im Hexen- und Zauber-Advocaten einige Zugestandnisse an die Skeptiker. Zwar hält er am Teufelspakt fest; weil er jedoch der Meinung ist, dass der Teufel dazu keines Körpers bedurfe, muss er den körperlichen Beischlaf und die Zeugung von Kindern und Tieren zurückweisen. Weiterhin räumt er ein, nicht alle Vorwurfe gegen Hexen mussten wortlich genommen werden, und wendet sich gegen die Folter als Mittel zur Geständniserzwingung. Zugleich gibt er sich allerdings als Bewunderer Carpzovs zu erkennen und vertritt die Ansicht, dass die Existenz von Hexen und Zauberern grundsatzlich bereits durch die Bibel verbürgt sei. Im zwölften Kapitel des Hexen- und Zauberadvocaten distanziert er sich vom Magieglauben und den Ritualen des einfachen Volkes, die er aus gelehrter Warte verurteilt." (M. Meumann zu Peter Goldschmidt, in: Lexikon zur Geschichte der Hexenverfolgung) Vorsätze erneuert, erste Seiten am rechten Aussenrand braunfleckig, sonst kaum fleckig Sehr seltenes Hexenbuch! Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! Sprache: Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BERLIN. - Charlottenburg., Vorderansicht (Prospectus meridionalis) des königlichen Schlosses, mit drei Kutschen und mehreren Reitern im Vordergrund.

      Kupferstich von J.C. Böcklin nach Eosander von Göthe aus "Theatrum Europaeum", 1705, 30 x 90 cm (von zwei Platten gedruckt). Fauser 1380 nicht bei Kiewitz. - Eosander von Göthe war von 1699-1713 Hofarchitekt in Berlin. Er ist der Erbauer von Schloß Monbijoux und hat die Um- und Erweiterungsbauten des Schlosses Charlottenburg und des Stadtschlosses geleitet. - Faltspuren und etwas knittrig, wenige hinterlegte Randeinrisse. Selten! Berlin

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