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        Ansicht der Brücken bei St. Peter mit Weg nach Altorf, Hallers Weiher und der Glockenhof; darüber Pflanzendarstellung ('Insecta Malorum Arantiorum et Limoniarum - 1. Brücken bey St. Peter und Weg nach Altorf. 2. Hallers Weiher. 3. Glockenhoff').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. P. Decker aus Nürnberger Hesperiden, 1708, 32 x 20

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Der zu allerley guten Geträncken treuhertzig-anweisende wohlerfahrne und curiose Keller-Meister, aufgeführet In einem ganz neu heraus gegebenen ... und kurtz-verfaßtem, von Wein, Bier, Meth, Brandwein, und Essig handlendem Kunst-Buch 2: Des Curieusen Nunmehr vollkommenen Keller-Meisters Anderer Theil. In welchem, gleichsam als in einem Supplemento und Ergäntzung des vorhin heraus gegebenen ersten Theils, allerley ersinnliche, sowol gemeine, unbekandte, als frembde und rare Geträncke recht und wohl zu bereiten, angewiesen werden : I. Allerhand schöne und bewährte Wein-Künste ... II. Wie man aus Aepffeln, Birnen, Quitten und andern Früchten gute Möste pressen ... und gut machen solle ... III. Auf vielerley Art gute Methe zu sieden ... IV. Schöne und wohlgegründete Anweisung zum Bier-Bräuen ... V. Auf alle Art und Weise ... guten Brand-Wein zu brennen, [et]c. VI. Allerhand ersinnliche Coffee- Thee- und Chocalaten-Geträncke, [et]c. auf das beste zu bereiten ... auch mit einem ordentlichen

      5 Teile in 1 Band. Kl. 8. Zweiseit. Titelbl. in Rot/Schwarz, 6 Bl., 784 S. Pergamentband der Zeit (etwas gebräunt, Schließbänder fehlen, Rücken mit kleinem Bibliotheksschild). SELTENE ERSTE AUSGABE. Weiss 4349 Schoene 3, Horn/Andt 353 Behandelt im ersten Teil die Herstellung des Weines sowie verschiedener in grosser Geheim gehaltenen Wein-Tincturen, im zweiten wird erläutert, welche Weine der Gesundheit dienlich sind und zur Heilung von Krankheiten gebraucht werden können. Die Teile 3, 4 und 5 befassen sich mit der Kunst des Bierbrauens, der Herstellung von Met und Essig sowie der Brandweinbrennerei. Der große Erfolg des hier vorliegenden, in sich abgeschlossenen Werks veranlasste den Verleger 1708 zur Herausgabe eines in sich abgeschlossenen anderen Theils. Der doppelblattgroße Titel etwas gebräunt und mit Eckabriss (ohne Textverlust), teilweise etwas stärker gebräunt, wenige kleine Wurmlöcher.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Kochkunst Bibliothek]
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        Gesamtansicht über den Rhein ('Magonzia, ò Mayance').

      - Kupferstich v. Coronelli, 1708, 14 x 44 Seltene Ansicht!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        GA aus halber Vogelschau, mit Darstellung der Schlacht 1688.

      - Kupferstich v. Coronelli, 1708, 18 x 38 Nicht bei Fauser und Schefold. Seltene Ansicht. Im Blatt - am rechten Rand - einige kleine Wurmlöcher.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Some Familiar Letters between Mr Locke, and Several of his Friends

      London: printed for A. and J. Churchill,, 1708. Octavo (182 x 108 mm). Contemporary panelled calf, plain spine with raised bands, edges sprinkled red. 19th-century ownership inscription, "Hayman", to front free endpaper verso. A fine copy, the contents bright and clean, with a few tiny marks to boards and the front hinge cracked but firm. First edition, a superb unsophisticated copy of the first authorised collection of any letters by Locke, including the letter in which Molyneux first explains the so-called Molyneux problem. Published four years after Locke's death, the volume is presumed to have been compiled and edited by Locke's cousin and principal heir Peter King. The collection comprises two sets of correspondence: first are the letters between Locke and William Molyneux (1656–1698), the Irish experimental philosopher, which began after Molyneux sent Locke a gift copy of his Dioptrica nova in 1692. Their friendship would last until Molyneux's death six years later, "and Molyneux's criticisms and suggestions were taken into account in the second and later editions of Locke's Essay … The most notable of Molyneux's contributions to Locke's second edition was the so-called Molyneux problem, included as an addition to the chapter on perception. The question posed was whether a blind man who had learned to distinguish by touch between a cube and a sphere would be able, on gaining his sight, to differentiate the objects without touching them. Molyneux thought not and Locke agreed. The problem had profound philosophical implications and became a key topic in British philosophy" (ODNB). Molyneux proposes this problem to Locke in his letter of 2 March 1693, which was first published in this edition (pp. 37–8). Second in the volume are the letters (in Latin) between Locke and Philippus van Limborch (1633–1712), the Dutch theologian.

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        Some Familiar Letters between Mr. Locke, and Several of his Friends.

      London: printed for A. and J. Churchill, 1708 - Octavo (182 x 108 mm). Contemporary panelled calf, plain spine with raised bands, edges sprinkled red. 19th-century ownership inscription, "Hayman", to front free endpaper verso. A fine copy, the contents bright and clean, with a few tiny marks to boards and the front hinge cracked but firm. First edition, a superb unsophisticated copy of the first authorised collection of any letters by Locke, including the letter in which Molyneux first explains the so-called Molyneux problem. Published four years after Locke's death, the volume is presumed to have been compiled and edited by Locke's cousin and principal heir Peter King. The collection comprises two sets of correspondence: first are the letters between Locke and William Molyneux (1656–1698), the Irish experimental philosopher, which began after Molyneux sent Locke a gift copy of his Dioptrica nova in 1692. Their friendship would last until Molyneux's death six years later, "and Molyneux's criticisms and suggestions were taken into account in the second and later editions of Locke's Essay The most notable of Molyneux's contributions to Locke's second edition was the so-called Molyneux problem, included as an addition to the chapter on perception. The question posed was whether a blind man who had learned to distinguish by touch between a cube and a sphere would be able, on gaining his sight, to differentiate the objects without touching them. Molyneux thought not and Locke agreed. The problem had profound philosophical implications and became a key topic in British philosophy" (ODNB). Molyneux proposes this problem to Locke in his letter of 2 March 1693, which was first published in this edition (pp. 37–8). Second in the volume are the letters (in Latin) between Locke and Philippus van Limborch (1633–1712), the Dutch theologian. Attig 806; Christophersen, p. 81; Yolton 346. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
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        A most unusual Household Inventory of the contents of what must have been the principal house in the village of DALSTON.

      A most unusual Household Inventory of the contents of what must have been the principal house in the village of DALSTON. Unpublished manuscript1708 Manuscript Inventory, 11th May 1708, bifolium on a heavy paper stock, approx 54 cm x 37 cm. Signed B. Heigham in the presence of the witnesses Owen Lloyd & Joshua Miles. With red wax seal showing the head of a bewigged gentleman. A signed receipt for the £400 sum. A most unusual Household Inventory of the contents of what must have been the principal house in the village of DALSTON. The contents are sold by one Bedingfield Heigham, merchant, to Thomas White of the Middle Temple, gentleman (who actually owned the property), for £400 ( about £32,000 today). The house contains more than 20 rooms with luxurious furnishings, oil paintings, large quantities of pewter and silver plate, China and Delft ware, tapestry hangings, a garden with 16 Cyprus trees, frames for hot beds, and with Laurel trees in boxes in the forecourt. The kitchen, besides the usual accoutrements, contains a Musket, Blunderbuss and Bandoleers. There are full and half length family portraits, Maps, battle scenes and a portrait of King Charles amongst others. The house has a marble fireplace and steel and iron hearths in other rooms. There are brewing vessels, and fourteen dozen glass bottles. The stables hold two coach geldings, harness etc. Part of the house is let to the Lady Marthagres Hickes. Bedingfield Heigham ( whose father of the same name had died circa 1795/6) was married to Esther White, probably the sister of Thomas White. The contents of the house, which also belonged to the White family, and where the married couple lived, passed to the hands of Heigham on their marriage. It seems that Heigham had sold the contents of the house back to the White family. This is a most unusual and fascinating manuscript, showing the entire contents of a rather fashionable London household. Only rather well to do people would own a "Wenscott Stove Lyned with Tin for drying sweetmts". In "the best Chamber over the little Parler " were "One Damask bed Curtains Vallence Quilt Six Elbow Charles with Damask Covers..." They owned "Eighteen Huckaback Towells", a "Sider Press One Mill for Grinding Malt" and "Twelve pillabars" and "Three Fine pillabars". A full transcript of the Inventory is included, but reading the original document and deciphering the quirky spellings offers much more amusement.

      [Bookseller: John Underwood Antiquarian Books]
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        España. «Plano de la ciudad y castillo de Alicante en 1708-09».

      - Grabado original. Medidas de la huella 39 x 49 cms. Muy buena conservación. Grabados,home,Cartografía La librería ofrece por tiempo limitado un descuento del 10%. El precio original de este ejemplar era de 450 EUR.

      [Bookseller: Orbis Antique Prints]
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        Analyse demontree ou La Methode de Resoudre les Problemes des Mathematiques, et d'apprendre facilement ces Sciences; Expliquee & Demontree dans le premier Volume, & appliquee, dans le second, . . . Geometrie simple & composee. [2 volumes].

      Paris:: Jacque Quillau, 1708., 1708. 2 volumes. 4to. [6], xxiv, 486, [2]; xxviii, [487]-914, [4] pp. Original gilt-decorated speckled calf, raised bands, maroon calf spine label; joints worn & slight worming to volume I, corners showing. Very good, handsome set. Rare. LOVELY COPY OF ONE OF THE EARLIEST CALCULUS TEXTBOOKS. FIRST EDITION. Reyneau was a priest who served as a professor of philosophy at Toulon and Pezenas, and then as professor of mathematics at the College of Angers. While he made no significant discoveries in the field of mathematics, Reyneau had a talent for explicating new discoveries in mathematics. His most important work, the Analyse demontree, was a popular textbook in the early 18th century, and was the book used by Jean le Rond d'Alembert to learn the fundamentals of the subject. In it Reyneau describes, explains, and demonstrates the main theories found in the works of Leibniz, Newton, Descartes, Bernoulli, and other pioneering mathematicians of the day. "Reynau is important historically as the author of a textbook, written at the request of Malebranche, that was designed to provide instruction in the mathematics developed at the beginning of the eighteenth century. . . . "As late as 1694 all that Malebranche had for Reynau to do was edit Prestet's posthumous Geometrie. But, after abandoning the last shred of Cartesian mathematics, Malebranche chose Reyneau to write the entirely new textbook required by this turnabout (1698). / "Reyneau worked with two other Oratorians, Louis Byzance and Claude Jaquemet, who were better mathematicians than he. Reyneau had some difficulty in assimilating the differential and integral calculus and was very interested in the debates, provoked by Rolle on this subject. Reyneau's editorial efforts were frustrated in various ways, and the textbook was not published until 1708." - Pierre Costabel, DSB XI, p. 392. REFERENCES: Poggendorf, Vol. II, 619. [FULL TITLE: Analyse demontree ou La Methode de Resoudre les Problemes des Mathematiques, et d'apprendre facilement ces Sciences; Expliquee & Demontree dans le premier Volume, & appliquee, dans le second, à decouvrir les proprietes des figures de la Geometrie simple & composee; à resoudre les Problemes de ces sciences & les Problemes des sciences Physico-mathematiques, en employant le calcul ordinaire de l'Algebre, le calcul differentiel & le calcul integral. Ces derniers calculs y sont aussi expliques & demontres. [2 volumes].]

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        THE JEWISH HISTORY, AS WELL ECCLESIASTICAL AS CIVIL FROM THE CREATION OF THE WORLD, TO THIS PRESENT TIME. BEING AN ABRIDGMENT OF SR. ROGER L'ESTRANGE'S JOSEPHUS. WITH A CONTINUATION FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC RECORDS. IN TWO VOLUMES

      S. Briscoe, R. Burrough, etc., London 1708 - Two Volumes. Volume I . 560 pages. Engraved frontispiece with four vignettes of Vespasian, Titus, Josephus and Adrian. It contains "Two Discourses Upon Josephus" with an "Appendix to the two foregoing Discourses". This is followed by the first four books of Flavius Josephus of the Jewish Antiquities. Volume II. Pages 561-815. followed by 1- 336 plus the index. Contains The Works of Flavius Josephus, and a continuation of Josephus's history, collected from authentic records. 2 pull- out maps of Israel. Text is clean and unmarked in both volumes. Both volumes are bound in decorated full leather. 5 raised bands. All edge gilt. Gilt titles on spine. Gilt decorations and lines front and rear covers. Marble end papers and paste downs. Text clean. See photos. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Rob Warren Books]
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        Some Familiar Letters between Mr. locke, and Several of his Friends

      London: Printed for A. and J. Churchill, 1708. [4], 540pp. [Bound uniformly with:] [LOCKE, John]. Mr. Locke's Reply To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Second Letter... London. Printed by H.C. for A. and J. Churchill, 1699. First edition. [2], 452pp, [2]. With terminal errata. Marginal loss to X4, some browning to text. [And:] [LOCKE, John]. Mr. Locke's Reply To the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Letter, Concerning some passages relating to Mr. Locke's Essay of humane Understanding: in a late Discourse of his Lordships, in Vindication of the Trinity. London. Printed by H. Clark for A. and J. Churchill, 1697. First edition. [4], 174pp, [2], 7, [5]. With half-title and two terminal advertisement leaves. 8vo. Three volumes. Contemporary blind-panelled sprinkled calf, contrasting morocco lettering-pieces, gilt. Rubbed, especially to spines, with some cracking to joints, with old lot ticket to spine of Vol I. Early ink-stamps of 'Philadelphia Frewen' to preliminaries of each volume. A handsome combination of three separate works, bound uniformly, with identical ownership and numbered 1-3. Perhaps somewhat counter-intuitively, the works are numbered anti-chronologically; the posthumous collection of 1708 (editor unsigned but presumably his nephew and literary executor Peter King) first, followed by two of Locke's replies to two efforts of Edward Stillingfleet to condemn his theory of knowledge in their late seventeenth-century pamphlet war relating to the Essay concerning humane understanding (London, 1690). From the library of Philadelphia Frewen (1750-1846), great-granddaughter of the radical lawyer, preacher and book-collector Samuel Jeake of Rye (1623-90). ESTC T117287, Wing L2754, L2753.. First edition.

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        Ansicht von Schoppershof, Meyerhof, Herrnhütte, Spitalhofen und Schibelberg; darüber Zitrusfrüchte ('Aranzo della grand forte.' - 1. Herrn-hütten 2. Spitalhoffen. 3. Schoppershoffen. 4. Mäierhoff. 5. Schibelberg.').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich aus Nürnberger Hesperiden, 1708, 31,5 x 20

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        THOMAE WILLIS OPERA OMNIA, NITIDIUS QUAM VNQUAM HACTENUS EDITA, PLURIMUM EMENDATA, INDICE RERUM COPIOSISSIMO, AC DISTINCTIONE CHARACTERUM EXORNATA. STUDIO, ET OPERA GERARDI BLASII, M.D.

      Sumptibus Ruinetti, & Storti, VENEZIA 1708 - LATINO 2 parti in 1 volume rilegato in tutta pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. All' interno 7 tavole calcografiche a tutta pagina fuori testo e molte altre illustrazioni nel testo. Presente anche un ritratto dell'Autore a piena pagina. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con bella marca incisa, capilettera, finalini e frontalini xilografici. Evidenti segni del tempo e usura in particolare alle coperte parzialmente distaccate dal rivestimento membranaceo, aloni di vecchie macchie di muffa alle pagine, ma nonostante questo l' opera è perfettamente fruibile. Molto rara

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        A New Map of Italy corrected from the observations communicated to Royal Society at London and Royal Accademy at Paris. By John Senex. F.R.S.

      1708. "Interessante mappa di grandi dimensioni dell'Italia. In basso a destra, accanto alle regioni della Calabria e della Sicilia, è mostrato un semplice schema aggiuntivo specifico sulle due regioni. Accanto a questo una dichiarazione degli autori: ""We differ from M.Sanson. H.Jaillot. N.Visscher. Allard. P.Mortier. Berry &c. where is evident they have made Italy above 130 miles longer than it really is ..."". In alto a destra, cartiglio decorativo con il titolo. Sul lato sinistro altro cartiglio con le dediche. Incisione in rame, bella coloritura originale, alcune pieghe di carta, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione." "An attractive and most unusual large-scale map of Italy. To the south east of Sicily and the heel of Italy is shown a plain additional outline of those parts. Next to this, the authors comment ""We differ from M.Sanson. H.Jaillot. N.Visscher. Allard. P.Mortier .Berry &c. where is evident they have made Italy above 130 miles longer In the upper right corner, decorative cartouche with the title. On the left, a second cartouche with dedications. Copperplate with fine original colour, some paper folds, otherwise very good." Shirley, M.A.B.L. T.SEN-1a

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        LES CONTES DES FEES. Par Madame D***. Auteur des Memoires & Voyage d'Espagne.

      Amsterdam.Estienne Roger.1708. Two volumes bound as one. 423, [9 booklist] pages. Engraved frontispiece, and small engravings as head-pieces. Contemporary sheep. 138 x 87 mm. Some worming, but in most instances the worm has eaten between the lines of text; binding repaired; else a very good copy of a very early printing. Contains eight fairy tales, including La Belle aux Chev D'or [Goldilocks]; L'Oranger et L'Abeille [The Bee and the Orange Tree]; La Princesse Printaniere [Princess Mayblossom].Les Contes des Fees was first published in 1697.

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        OPERA OMNIA DE RE NUMMARIA ANTIQUA, OPERA QUAE EXTANT UNIVERSA TOMUS SECUNDUS Continens C. JULII CAESARIS, AUGUSTI & TIBERII, Nomismata, Ludovici Nonnÿ, commentario illustrata

      Henricum & Cornelium Verdussen, Antverpiae 1708 - HUBERTI GOLTZII (Hubertus GOLTZIUS) OPERA OMNIA DE RE NUMMARIA ANTIQUA, OPERA QUAE EXTANT UNIVERSA TOMUS SECUNDUS Continens C. JULII CAESARIS, AUGUSTI & TIBERII, Nomismata, Ludovici Nonnÿ, commentario illustrata 1708, Antverpiae, Edition Henricum & Cornelium Verdussen (Les vies de César et de Tibère par Suétone et les médailles) Format : In-folio (36 x 23,5 cm), relié, (12)-80-99-38 pages-(8 pages d'index), ouvrage en latin Reliure plein cuir de l'époque, dos à nerfs titré doré orné de caissons à fleurons dorés, tranche mouchetée rouge Bien complet des 137 planches de médailles hors texte et du frontispice Etat : reliure élimée mais solide, quelques traces de mouillures aux pages de garde, papier propre, superbes gravures, bel exemplaire poids : 3 kg [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Aureum vellus Oder Güldin Schatz und Kunstkammer / Darinnen der aller fürnemisten / fürtrefflichsten / ausserlesenesten / herrlichisten und bewehrtesten Auctorum Schrifften und Bücher / auß dem gar uralten Schatz der uberblibnen / verborgnen / hinterhaltenen Reliquien und Monumenten der Aegyptiorum, Arabum, Chaldaeorum & Assyriorum, Königen und Weysen. Von Dem Edlen / Hocherleuchten / Fürtreffenlichen / bewehrten Philosopho Salomone Trismosino (so deß grossen Philosophi und Medici Theophrasti Paracelsi Praeceptor gewesen) in sonderbare underschiedliche Tractetlein disponiert / und in das Teutsch gebracht. Sampt anderen Philosophischen alter unnd newer Scribenten sonderbaren Tractetlein / alles zuvor niemalen weder erhört noch gesehen / wie

      Hamburg, bey Christian Liebezeit, 1708. - 8 Bll. (Titel rot/schwarz), 816 S., mit einem gest. Paracelsus-Porträt (S.90), 14 alchemistischen Holzschnitt-Illus. u. weiteren kl. Textfig. sowie 36 meist blattgroßen Kupfern, 8°, Pappband d. Zt. Brüning 3317; Mellon 53 (Anmerkung); Ferguson II, 469 (zur EA von 1598); Ferchl 542; vgl. Kopp I,242 u. Schmieder S.249-254. - "Eine der wichtigsten frühen Sammlungen alchemistischer Schriften, die den meisten Sammlungen unerreichbar blieb" (Chorinski). Enthält alle fünf Teile der Erstausgabe (Rorschach 1598), welche im Gegensatz zur vorliegenden Ausg. aber nur mit Textholzschnitten illustriert war. - Der Titel bezieht sich auf die Sage vom Goldenen Vlies, einer auf Tierhaut niedergeschriebenen Anweisung zur künstlichen Goldherstellung. Der erste Teil enthält die Werke des vermeintlichen Paracelsus-Lehrers Salomone Trismosino (auch Salomo Trismosinus) mit den Zeichen von zwei kryptischen Inschriften. Der zweite Teil (nach dem schönen Portrait des Theophrast) mit alchemistischen Schriften, die Paracelsus untergeschobenen werden, dazu im Text Holzschnitte von alchemistischen Gerätschaften u. Figuren (2 davon fast blattgroß), gefolgt von dem "Buch Carneson" des Bartholomaeus Korndörffer. Der dritte Teil enthält u.a. den "Splendor Solis" mit 22 schönen Stichen, welches die Suche nach dem Stein der Weisen behandelt u. als ein Hauptwerk der Alchemia Picta gilt. Desweiteren die "Tabula Smaragdini Hermetis Trismegisti" u. einen Text von Bischof Melchior aus Brixen, sowie Schriften weiterer, teils unbekannter Verfasser. Der vierte Teil u.a. die Bereitung des "Philosopischen Steins" von Caspar Hartung von Hoff. Der fünfte Teil dann u.a. mit Experiment-Erfahrungen von Raimundus Lullus u. dem "Spiegel der Philosophen", zu dem 12 schöne Kupfer gehören. Eine dritte Auflage erschien ebenfalls in Hamburg 1718. - Einband etwas fleckig, bestossen u. beschabt; Rückenbezug mit kl. Fehlstellen; beide Gelenke angeplatzt; erste Lage im unteren Bug unwesentlich gelöst; Titel verso gestempelt (ausgeschiedene Dublette); tlw. gebräunt u. braunfleckig; kl. Wurmgänge im Bund (S.131-154); zwei Blatt mit Randausriss ohne Textberührung (S.517 u. 809); ein Doppelblatt (812-814) angelöst, sonst ein gutes Expl.

      [Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Hans-Jürgen Lange]
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        Vom hylealischen, Das ist Pri-materialischen Catholischen oder allgemeinen natürlichen Chaos, der naturgemäßen Alchymiae und Alchymisten, wiederholete, verneuerte und wolvermehrete Naturgemäß-Alchymisch- und Rechtlehrende Philosophische Confessio oder Bekandtniss. Deme beygefügt ist eine treuherzige Wahrnungs-Vermahnung in alle wahre Alchymisten, sich vor den betrügerischen Arg-Chymisten hüten.

      Frankfurt, Georg Heinrich Oehrling, 1708. - 15 Bll., 286 S., mit gest. Frontispiz, 8°, Schlichter Pappband d. Zt. Rosenthal 484; Brüning 3300; Vgl. Ferguson I, 463 (die vorl. Aufl. 1708 wird nicht angeführt); Caillet 5755-5756; Kopp II, 361. - Erstmals 1598 in Magdeburg erschienen, weitere Ausgaben 1599, 1606, 1616, 1700 u. 1708. Die darauf folgende von 1786 trägt den veränderten Titel: "Alchymisch philosophisches Bekenntnis vom universallen Chaos der naturgemässen Alchymie. Mit beygefügter Warnung und Vermahnung an alle wahren Alchymisten." - Heinrich Khunrath (auch Kunrath, Khuenrath 1560-1605), dtsch. Arzt, Alchemist u. Anhänger des Paracelsus. Er hatte sich bereits 23jährig der Kabbala u. Magie zugewandt, als Arzt lebte er in Hamburg, Magdeburg u. Dresden. - Einband leicht fleckig, min. beschabt u. mit kl. Wurmgängen; handschriftliches Rückenschild mit Abriss. Offensichtlich wurde nach dem Inhalt praktisch gearbeitet, davon zeugen die sehr zahlreichen starken Textmarkierungen u. Randbemerkungen in einem Zahlencode, tlw. durchsetzt mit kl. astrologischen u. alchemistischen Zeichen, sonst ein gutes Expl.

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        Briefe über einige noch lebende Freygeister. Erster bis Dritter Teil [kmpl.]. Einwürfe wider die Offenbarung. Verb. u. verm. Aufl.

      XV, 234 S., mit Schmuckvignette / 4 Bll., 258 S., mit Schmuckvignette / 4 Bll., 189 S. alle mit gest. Titelillus., 8, Neueres marmoriertes Halbleder mit goldgepr. Rückentext (3 Bde.) Ein Werk, das sich überwiegend gegen die materialistische Bibel- u. Religionskritik von Voltaire wendet. - "Was in den Evangelien am härtesten die Feinde der Offenbarung drückte, die Wunderthaten Jesu, wurden von den Juden zu allen Zeiten, wurden von Celsus und Julianus als wahre Geschichte angenommen." (Bd.I, S.133) - "Die Zauberey: eine schwer aufzuklärende Materie, weil der körperliche Einfluß der Macht böser Geister zu unseren Zeiten nicht mehr sichtbar ist, und wenigstens durch keine Begebenheit erwiesen wird denen ich Glauben zustellen könnte. Aber daß niemals Zaubereyen gewesen seyen, wird durch das verneinende Beyspiel unserer Zeiten nicht bewiesen." (Bd.III, S.83) - Der Universalgelehrte Albrecht von Haller (1708-1777) war ein Schweizer Mediziner, der auch als Dichter u. Literaturkritiker der Aufklärungsepoche hervor trat. - Textblöcke breitrandig u. unbeschnitten, dadurch angerändert tlw. mit kl. Randläsuren, sonst schöne Bände.

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        Die Schule der reinen Liebe Gottes Eröffnet den Gelehrten und Ungelehrten in dem Wunder Leben Einer armen unwissenden Weibs-Person, die von Geburt eine Bäurin, und dem Stande nach eine Dienst-Magd gewesen, Armelle Nikolas. Sonsten die gute Armelle genannt, welche vor weniger Zeit in Klein-Britannien gestorben. Durch eine ihr bekandte Kloster-Jungfrau; anjetzo aus dem Frantzösischen getreulich ins Teutsche übersetzt.

      Regensburg, Johann Martin Hagen, 1708. - Erste dt. Ausgabe dieser umfangreichen Lebensbeschreibung der Armella Nicolas (genannt "la bonne Armella"; 1606-71). Armella war "Magd in Ploermel, dann Türhüterin bei den Ursulinen zu Vannes; befreundet mit der Schwester Jeanne de la Nativeté, die das tugendreiche, gottinnige Leben der Analphabetin beschrieb [.]. Mit Unrecht wurde Armella des Quietismus bezichtigt. Ihre Überreste befinden sich seit 1876 in der bischöfl. Kapelle zu Vannes" (LThK I, 659). - Einband etw. berieben u. leicht fleckig. Rücken etw. verblaßt. Alter Besitzvermerk a. Innendeckel. Die ersten Bll. mit geringen Randläsuren. Im seitlichen Schnitt leicht tintenfleckig. Durchg. etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - ge Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 8°. Mit gest. Frontispiz. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz. 3 Bll., 48, 56, 752 S., Ldr. d. Zt. a. 3 Bünden. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Biblia, Das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrift. Altes und Neues Testaments. Verteutscht von Herrn Doctor Martin Luther: Und auf gnädigste Verordnung Des Durchleuchtigsten Fürsten und Herrn, Herrn Ernsts, Hertzogen zu Sachsen, Jülich, Cleve und Berg etc. Von etlichen reinen Theologen dem eigentlichen Wort-Verstand nach erkläret. Kupfertitel v. Gabriel Ehinger nach J.J. Sandrart, mit dem Porträt Luthers v. Kilian nach Sandrart und den 11 Fürstenporträts v. Joh. Christian Marchant (10) u. Phil. Kilian sowie mit 19 Kupfertafeln, 11 gest. Zwischentiteln v. Leonhard Heckenhauer bzw. Gabriel Ehinger nach Sandrart u. 5 doppelseitigen Karten.

      Nürnberg Endter 1708 - Folio. 22, 12 num., 32 Bll., 664 u. 904 S., 8 Bll. Mittelbrauner Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Schließen (1 Schließenhalterung fehlt) und 2 (von 8) Buckeln am Hinterdeckel und Ganzgoldschnitt (oberes Kapital 1 cm abgerieben und mit kleinem Ausriss, unteres Kapital und Unterkante des Vorderdeckels mit kl. Abrieb, einige wenige Wurmlöcher, etwas berieben und fleckig). Jahn S. 78. Bibelslg. der WLB Stuttart E 1083. - 11. Auflage der 1641 erstmals erschienenen Kurfürstenbibel. Die Zwischentitel und 7 ergänzende Tafeln in gleicher Aufmachung sind von 1-18 durchnumeriert. Die Kupfertafeln stellen neben den Propheten und Evangelisten u.a. die Erbauung der Arche Noah dar, die letzte doppelblattgroße Tafel die Überreichung der Augsburger Konfession, neu gestochen von Karl Remshart. Die Karten zeigen das Land Canaan, Ägypten und das Heilige Land u. Die Gegend des irdischen Paradies (vom Mittelmeer bis zum persischen Golf). "Unter Beibehaltung der Texte zeichnet diese Ausgabe die Modernisierung der Bildausstattung aus." (Jahn). - Wenige Blatt, Karten und Tafeln randverstärkt u. etwas fleckig, teils mit hinterlegten Ausrissen, durchgehender Wasserrand im unteren Viertel, teils jedoch nur im weißen Rand. Fliegender Vorsatz (stärker wurmstichig) sowie die Titelei (auch noch mäßig wurmstichig) lose, die letzten Lagen ab S. 865 fast lose und mit Eselsohren. - Trotz der beschriebenen Mängel eigentlich ein gutes und weitgehend sauberes Exemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Daniel Osthoff]
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        Flagellum daemonum exorcismos terribiles, Potentissimos, & efficaces, Remediaque probatissima ac doctrinam singularem in malignos spiritus expellendos [...]. Accessit postremo pars secunda, quae Fustis daemonum inscribitur. [2 Teile in einem Band].

      Gedruckt zu Frankfurt am Main, (verlegt) Simon Holzer in Innsbruck 1708. [8] Bll., 283, [3] S., 1 leeres Bl., 279, (17) S. Späterer(?) Lederband auf 3 Bünden mit Strichlinienverzierung und Schließen. Geringf. stockfleckig, minimal fingerfleckig. Eine Schließe (eingerissen, schließt aber noch). Umfangreiche Sammelschrift des Girolamo Menghi zum Exorzismus. - Graesse IV.489 (nur mit dem 1. Teil). Caillet II.7378 ebenfalls mit (tatsächlich?) in Frankfurt gedruckter Ausgabe mit beiden Teilen, allerdings für Joh. Adolph: \"Curieux recueils d`exorcisme tardivement mis à l`index de 1709. On a réuni les deux ouvrages de J. Mengus, le Flagellum daemonum et le Fustis daemonum.\" Kein Exemplar mit vorliegender Adresse `Prostat Oeniponti apud Simonem Holzerum` im KVK für deutsche Bibliotheken nachgewiesen (allerdings wg. Innsbruck in Österreich). Da bereits (allerdings `tardivement`) mit Dekret vom 4. März 1709 auf dem Index, liegt hier wohl die letzte und umfangreichste (\"Quibus novi Exorcismi [...] superaddita fuerunt\") Ausgabe vor. Versand D: 4,50 EUR Aberglaube ; Drucke - Druckwerke - des 18. Jahrhunderts; Lateinisch - Latin; Okkulta Magie Zauberei Alchimie Scharlatanerie Spuk

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        Kurtze doch gründliche Beschreibung Des Saltz-Wercks in Halle

      Halle, Waysen-Haus, 1708. - Dabey viele physicalische curieuse quaestiones von dem Saltze, Ursprung der Saltz-Quellen, Unterscheid und Nutzen auch praeparation des Saltzes erleutert werden, Zum gemeinen Besten entworffen. 4 Blatt, 60 Seiten, 1 Blatt (Tabellen), neuerer Halbpergamentband, 20,5 x 17 cm, Stempel verso Titel, innen etwas gebräunt.

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        The Holy Bible, Containing the Old Testament and the New. [Bound with:] The Book of Common Prayer ? London, 1711. [And:] The Whole Book of Psalms ? 1702

      [Amsterdam] 1708 - Additional engraved title for Bible with inset view of London and figures of Aaron and Moses, and six engraved folding maps. 79, [1]; [26], 710, 108, 248; 57, [2] pp. Book of Common Prayer bound first, Psalms last. With Apocrypha. Thick Folio. Folio King James Bible with six folding maps including California as an island. An attractive large folio Bible in an ornate contemporary binding. The text is the King James translation, with marginal notes from the Geneva version. "No doubt printed abroad, probably Amsterdam" (Herbert). The fine engraved folding maps of the Holy Land by N. Visscher of Amsterdam and J. Moxon of London include a spectacular plan of Jerusalem. The world map at the front depicts California as an island. Darlow and Moule, pp. 252-253; Herbert 897. Provenance: Ticknor and Eason family (genealogy, 1701-1827, inked to first blank) Contemporary full brown diced calf, ornate blind-tooled certerpieces, brass cornerpieces and clasps. Skilled restoration to front joint and spine, occasional browning, heavier at end, Book of Common Prayer foxed, but a clean copy otherwise Additional engraved title for Bible with inset view of London and figures of Aaron and Moses, and six engraved folding maps. 79, [1]; [26], 710, 108, 248; 57, [2] pp. Book of Common Prayer bound first, Psalms last. With Apocrypha. Thick Folio

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        The Holy Bible, Containing the Old Testament and the New. [Bound with:] The Book of Common Prayer ... London, 1711. [And:] The Whole Book of Psalms ... 1702

      [Amsterdam], 1708. Additional engraved title for Bible with inset view of London and figures of Aaron and Moses, and six engraved folding maps. 79, [1]; [26], 710, 108, 248; 57, [2] pp. Book of Common Prayer bound first, Psalms last. With Apocrypha. Thick Folio. Contemporary full brown diced calf, ornate blind-tooled certerpieces, brass cornerpieces and clasps. Skilled restoration to front joint and spine, occasional browning, heavier at end, Book of Common Prayer foxed, but a clean copy otherwise. Additional engraved title for Bible with inset view of London and figures of Aaron and Moses, and six engraved folding maps. 79, [1]; [26], 710, 108, 248; 57, [2] pp. Book of Common Prayer bound first, Psalms last. With Apocrypha. Thick Folio. Folio King James Bible with six folding maps including California as an island. An attractive large folio Bible in an ornate contemporary binding. The text is the King James translation, with marginal notes from the Geneva version. "No doubt printed abroad, probably Amsterdam" (Herbert). The fine engraved folding maps of the Holy Land by N. Visscher of Amsterdam and J. Moxon of London include a spectacular plan of Jerusalem. The world map at the front depicts California as an island. Darlow and Moule, pp. 252-253; Herbert 897. Provenance: Ticknor and Eason family (genealogy, 1701-1827, inked to first blank)

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        Niederösterreichischer Amts-Kalender für das Jahr 1886. Mit Benützung amtlicher Quellen zusammengestellt.

      XXII. Jg. 4. XXI, 844 S. Ldr. d. Zt. Prachtband mit reicher Gold- u. Schwarzprägung auf Rü. u. beiden Deckeln, Vollgoldschn., Moiréeseidenvors. Rü. u. Vorderdeckel tlw. geschossen, k. Bereibung a. d. Vorderdeckel Mit einer genealogischen Stammtafel des Hauses Habsburg-Lothringen 1708-1886 und den Plänen des Zuschauerraumes der Wiener Theater und Musivereins-Säle. Am Innendeckel ein Bibliotheksetikett v. Schloss Ellischau (im Böhmerwald).

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        Antique Map-FRANCE-SWITZERLAND-BELGIUM-LUXEMBOURG-ITALY-Senex-1708

      - Map : 'France Corrected from ye Observations Made By The Royal Academy of Scieces at Paris'. Very detailed large and decorative map of France, hand colored by provinces. Includes an ornated title cartouche, coat of arms and dedication to Charles Boyle, Earl of Orkney. Also shown are parts of Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Italy and Germany. Copperplate engraving on a verge type of hand-laid paper. Original hand colouring. Description: This original antique map was published 1708.Artists and Engravers: John Senex was a surveyor, engraver, bookseller and publisher in early 18th century London. During the early part of his career, Senex was in business with publisher Charles Price in London. When they parted ways in 1710, Senex began working with publisher John Maxwell until 1714, when they jointly published The English Atlas. Condition: Good. General age-related toning and light staining/soiling from handling as visible on image. Paper separation lower middle fold; backed. A few small repaired tears in the margins. A few small spots. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: DP-P5-14 The overall size is ca. 39.8 x 26.2 inch. The image size is ca. 36.2 x 25.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 101 x 66.5 cm. The image size is ca. 92 x 64 cm.

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        Antique Map-JERUSALEM-ISRAEL-JEWS-TOWN PLAN-Fleischmann-1708

      - Antique map, titled: 'Erster Abriss der Stadt Jerusalem wie sie Furnemblich zur Zeit des Hernn Christi beschaffen ( ).' - Spectacular town plan of Jerusalem, based upon Christian Van Andricom's 1584 map. Inside the fortified walls of the town are numerous buildings, statues, hills, temples, fountains, and other places of biblical signficance. Outside the walls are several battles, encampments and sens from the bible. Certainly one of the most remarkable holyland maps of the period. Engraving / etching on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: From: Biblia : das ist die gantze Heilige Schrift, Altes und Neues Testaments / verteutscht von Doctor Martin Luther: und auf gnädigste Verordnung des durchleuchtigsten Fürsten und Herrn/ Herrn Ernsts/ Hertzogen zu Sachsen ( ) published by Johann Andrea Endters Seel, Sohn und Erben 1708. The first edition appeared in 1641.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'August Christian Fleischmann' after an anonymous artist. Condition: Good, given age. Edges with a few small tears. Small restored tear bottom centre fold, extending 5 cm into the image; 2 very faint spots in the upper part (in the 'air' ); one small spot in (left lower part). Soiling in the margins. Original middle fold as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B15-05 Iscra The overall size is ca. 20.6 x 16.9 inch. The image size is ca. 19.3 x 14.7 inch. The overall size is ca. 52.3 x 43 cm. The image size is ca. 49 x 37.3 cm. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        A supplement to the first part of the Gentleman Instructed, with a word to the ladies. Written for the instruction of the young nobility of both sexes.

      London, printed for E. Read ..... and sold by J. Morphew. 1708. 12mo., (8) + 244pp., contemporary panelled calf, some wear to spine at head and foot, but overall a very good copy indeed. First edition: very scarce (ESTC finds copies at only 12 libraries altogether in B. Isles & N. America). The first edition of The Gentleman Instructed> had been published in 1704 (2nd. 1704. 3rd. 1707). Not in Greenough.[A bibliography of the Theophraston character in English.>] With some brilliantly evocative observations on the proper behaviour of girls and young ladies. Thus: 'For beauty being the chief object of a lady's care, she must help nature with art, and polish the work of the Omnipotent with a French wash; she must fence it against the assaults of heats, the excursions of pimples, and the dangerous inroads of the small pox. She must, in fine, expose her life to save her complexion. And then to mould her shape to the Court Standard, what pains does the mother take on the one side, and what a martyrdom does the child undergo on the other? ...... And now Miss leaves the nursery to pile at the Dancing-School, and to finger the guitar, or the virginals; and when she has master'd a minuet, and an air A-la-mode, when she can practice a brace of grimaces, and wave the fan, Good God! how Mamma titters; she is now fledg'd for the world, and sets out for company. But she must beware of reservedness, and fence against a blush; for these are country vices, symptoms of rusticity, crimes against breeding, and the freedom of the town .....'. [pp. 60-61]. Darrell's 'most popular work was The Gentleman Instructed in the Conduct of a Virtuous and Happy Life>, the second edition of which was published in 1704. It was published with a supplement, ‘A word to the ladies>', in 1708 and was in its tenth edition by 1731. According to Dodd it was ‘much admired and often reprinted' (Dodd's Church History>, 3.494). It was translated into French by P. de Mareuil SJ in 1728 and also into Hungarian and Italian.' [Thompson Cooper, rev. Ruth Jordan in ODNB].

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        The Whole Works Of Rabelais, M.D. In Two Volumes,

      Rabelais, Francois: The Whole Works Of Rabelais, M.D. In Two Volumes, Or, The Lives, Heroic Deeds and Sayings Of Gargantua & Pantagruel. Done out of French by Sir Thomas Urchard, Knight, Mr. Motteaux, and Others. Frontispiz, Seiten, 2, 128, 4, 523, 8, 19,5 X 12,5 cm, James Woodward, London, 1708. Einband Buchblock fest keine Seiten lose, letze Seite mit Abriss ohne Textverlust. Buch wurde restauriert mit Erhaltung des original Vorderdeckel, Alles original nur Buchrücken und hinterer Deckel neu mit Leder bezogen. Seltene Original Ausgabe.

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        The general history of the world, being an abridgment of Sir Walter Raleigh. : With a continuation from the best historians to the present times. In four volumes

      London : Printed for A. Bell, R. Smith, and J. Round, 1708. Hardcover. Good. Four octavo volumes. Frontispiece portrait, titles in red and black. Contemporary Cambridge style calf. Raised bands, and orange leather spine label, red speckled page ends. Rubbing, front joints tender, Volume I's cracked. Scattered spotting. Armorial bookplate of Richard Pryce. Contents : Volume I: Abridgment of Sir Walter Raleigh's "The history of the world", edited by Laurence Echard; Volumes 2-4 contain the continuation, most likely from earlier works by Laurence Echard.

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        POLYANTHON PHYSICUM sive parvuum repertorium medicum cum brevi febrium methodo et Mulierum Morborum Idea. Ad labentis Saeculi Usum labore et studio. Parmensis Patritii.

      Rossetti,, Parma, 1708 - in folio, pp. 255, bella leg. p. perg. coeva con tit. mss al d. a 5 nervi. Dedicat. a Ferdinando de Medici. Iniziali xilogr. Testo su due colonne. Ampio indice al fine. Discepolo del Malpighi, l'A. viaggiò molto tra Parma, Padova e Bologna, e fu attivo anche a Mantova alla corte del Duca Ferdinando Carlo Gonzaga. Durante il soggiorno a Pontremoli pubblicò la seguente opera, molto rara, che si manifesta come un dizionario medico, ma contiene anche i trattati sulle febbri e sulle malattie delle donne. Molto importanti sono i carteggi riportanti al fine tra il medico e vari personaggi: Marcello Malpighi, Stanislao Omati, Michele Martellucci, Giuseppe Zambeccari, Alessandro Borroni, Lorenzo Bellini, etc. Affò, V, pp. 333 e segg. Censito in una sola biblioteca italiana (Bibl. Naz. di Firenze). Lieve gora centrale. Ex libris. Bell'esempl. Raro. [219]

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        THOMAE WILLIS OPERA OMNIA, NITIDIUS QUAM VNQUAM HACTENUS EDITA, PLURIMUM EMENDATA, INDICE RERUM COPIOSISSIMO, AC DISTINCTIONE CHARACTERUM EXORNATA. STUDIO, ET OPERA GERARDI BLASII, M.D.

      VENEZIA: Sumptibus Ruinetti, & Storti, 1708. rilegato. BUONO. 23 32,5. USATO

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        Dorfansicht; darüber Blumen ('Cleis-hamer - Zabelshoff.').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich aus Nürnberger Hesperiden, 1708, 31 x 20

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        A Sermon Preached at Trinity-Church in New York, in America, Aug. 13, 1706. At the Funeral of the Right Honourable Katharine Lady Cornbury...Wife to His Excellency Edward Lord Viscount Cornbury...Govenor in Chief of the Provinces of New York, New Jersey, and Territories depending thereon in America

      London: for J. Morphew, 1708. Second English Edition. 16 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Later fine full polished tan calf by Riviere, gilt lettered red morocco spine label. Fine. Second English Edition. 16 pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Sabin 79841

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        Les Tyndarides, tragédie

      First edition of this tragedy in five acts.Contemporary binding in full red morocco. Back with five nerves decorated with boxes and gilded florets. Double mesh coaching boards. Golden roll on turns. All edges gilt.Some very negligible foxinges.The Jean Bernard library with its bookplates.  Pierre Ribou Paris 1708 in-12 (9x16,5cm) (8) 86pp. (4) relié

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        åkskillige Anmaerkningar oefwer tessa tiders astrologiska phantantiska och enthusiasticka prognostiker spådomar och Prophetier beträffande menniskjans wäsende och wandel i gemen men i synnerhet religions och statz saker fÖrnemligast i the nordiska länder

      4to (190 x 135mm. ) [24], 148, [4]pp., folding woodcut plate of meteorite at p.74, some contemporary notes on title-page and in margins, modern half calf over marbled paper boards, red edges LinkÖping: Tryckt åhr

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        POLYANTHON PHYSICUM sive parvuum repertorium medicum cum brevi febrium methodo et Mulierum Morborum Idea. Ad labentis Saeculi Usum labore et studio... Parmensis Patritii...

      Rossetti, 1708. in folio, pp. 255, bella leg. p. perg. coeva con tit. mss al d. a 5 nervi. Dedicat. a Ferdinando de Medici. Iniziali xilogr. Testo su due colonne. Ampio indice al fine. Discepolo del Malpighi, l'A. viaggiò molto tra Parma, Padova e Bologna, e fu attivo anche a Mantova alla corte del Duca Ferdinando Carlo Gonzaga. Durante il soggiorno a Pontremoli pubblicò la seguente opera, molto rara, che si manifesta come un dizionario medico, ma contiene anche i trattati sulle febbri e sulle malattie delle donne. Molto importanti sono i carteggi riportanti al fine tra il medico e vari personaggi: Marcello Malpighi, Stanislao Omati, Michele Martellucci, Giuseppe Zambeccari, Alessandro Borroni, Lorenzo Bellini, etc... Affò, V, pp. 333 e segg. Censito in una sola biblioteca italiana (Bibl. Naz. di Firenze). Lieve gora centrale. Ex libris. Bell'esempl. Raro. [219]

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        Publicum Caroli Sagrii et Josephi Capycii Nobilium Neapolitanorum funus a Carolo Austrio III. Hispan. Indiar. & Neap. Rege indictum [...]

      Neap. [Napoli]: Typis Felicis Mosca, 1708. [18]; 57 pagine. 30x22 cm.Rilegatura coeva in piena pergamena in mediocre stato di conservazione, con aloni, gore e macchie. Numerose incisioni nel testo. [M095] Rarissima edizione originale.L'opera documenta i funerali, celebrati a Napoli nella Chiesa di San Domenico Maggiore il 23 e 24 febbraio 1708, di Carlo di Sangro e Giuseppe Capece, due ribelli contrari alla corona spagnola, uccisi per volontà del duca di Medinaceli, viceré spagnolo, nel 1701 e 1702 in quanto sostenitori delle pretese austriache sul regno. Quando gli austriaci occuparono Napoli nel 1707, i due uomini furono proclamati martiri e per il 23 e il 24 febbraio 1708 furono organizzate le loro solenni esequie per ordine del viceré, il conte Wierich von Daun, e per espresso desiderio di Carlo III d'Austria; come Vico stesso riferisce, in latino, negli «Acta funeris» che aprono il volume: «Il conte di Daun [...] era appena entrato [...] in Napoli [...] quando ricevette una lettera di questo tenore, scrittagli a tale proposito dal re, come se fosse ancora in marcia: "Memore di tutti coloro che gloriosamente sono morti in difesa del mio regno, e memore soprattutto di Carlo di Sangro e Giuseppe Capece e di quanto essi siano stati benemeriti di me per la loro fedeltà e la loro devozione, poiché mi si dice che per ordine del duca d'Angiò le loro teste sono state esposte a monito nella città di Napoli [...], espressamente ordino che tu provveda subito ad allestire loro un funerale per quanto possibile magnifico, al quale insieme con te partecipino tutti i dignitari affinché ad esso sia conferita una maggiore solennità"». Il conte di Daun incaricò quindi padre Benedetto Laudati di redigere l'elogio dei defunti e Giambattista Vico degli altri adempimenti, tra cui il resoconto della cerimonia e presumibilmente la stessa cura del volume.Allo scritto di Vico seguono tre grandi incisioni: le prime due rappresentano gli addobbi allestiti nella chiesa, su una delle quali figurano due medaglioni raffiguranti Capece e di Sangro; la terza raffigura invece il catafalco. Si hanno quindi l'orazione latina del padre Benedetto Laudati, tre lunghe iscrizioni del Vico, quattordici distici, sempre del Vico, che, attraverso eleganti incisioni, celebrano le gesta dei due martiri, e ancora quattordici brevi iscrizioni del Vico. Chiudono il volume tre distici di Federico Pappacoda, marchese di Policastro e principe di Centola.

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        Die Schule der reinen Liebe Gottes Eröffnet den Gelehrten und Ungelehrten in dem Wunder Leben Einer armen unwissenden Weibs-Person, die von Geburt eine Bäurin, und dem Stande nach eine Dienst-Magd gewesen, Armelle Nikolas. Sonsten die gute Armelle genannt, welche vor weniger Zeit in Klein-Britannien gestorben. Durch eine ihr bekandte Kloster-Jungfrau; anjetzo aus dem Frantzösischen getreulich ins Teutsche übersetzt. Enthält: Vorbericht, diese Edition betreffend. Zueignungs-Gebet der Kloster-Frauen, welche dieses Buch geschrieben an den Heiligen Geist. Approbationes und Zeugnisse. Hauptwerk: Das Leben der Armelle Nikolas Insgeheim genannt Die gute Armelle. Buch 1 und 2.

      Regensburg: Johann Martin Hagen 1708. 48, 56, 752 Seiten. Frakturdruck. 8° (17,5 x 10,5 cm). Pergamentband der Zeit mit spanischen Deckelkanten und schwarzgefärbtem Schnitt. [Hardcover / fest gebunden]. Erste dt. Ausgabe dieser umfangreichen Lebensbeschreibung der Armella Nicolas (genannt \"la bonne Armella\"; 1606-71). Armella war \"Magd in Ploermel, dann Türhüterin bei den Ursulinen zu Vannes; befreundet mit der Schwester Jeanne de la Nativeté, die das tugendreiche, gottinnige Leben der Analphabetin beschrieb [.]. Mit Unrecht wurde Armella des Quietismus bezichtigt. Ihre Überreste befinden sich seit 1876 in der bischöfl. Kapelle zu Vannes\" (LThK I, 659). - Ohne Frontispiz, ohne Titel. Einband wenig berieben und verfärbt, Rücken leicht bestoßen. Schnitte angestaubt, Vorsatzpapier etwas schmutzig mit Titelinformationen alter Hand in Tinte. Papier durchgängig gewellt und etwas braunfleckig. Insgesamt ordentliches und intaktes Exemplar des seltenen Werkes. Versand D: 5,50 EUR Nicolas, Armelle und Jeanne de la Nativeté (Übers.): Die Schule der reinen Liebe Gottes Eröffnet den Gelehrten und Ungelehrten in dem Wunder Leben Einer armen unwissenden Weibs-Person, die von Geburt eine Bäurin, und dem Stande nach eine Dienst-Magd gewesen, Armelle Nikolas. Sonsten die gute Armelle genannt, welche vor weniger Zeit in Klein-Britannien gestorben. Durch eine ihr bekandte Kloster-Jungfrau; anjetzo aus dem Frantzösischen getreulich ins Teutsche übersetzt. Enthält: Vorbericht, diese Edition betreffend. Zueignungs-Gebet der Kloster-Frauen, welche dieses Buch geschrieben an den Heiligen Geist. Approbationes und Zeugnisse. Hauptwerk: Das Leben der Armelle Nikolas Insgeheim genannt Die gute Armelle. Buch 1 und 2. Regensburg: Johann Martin Hagen 1708.

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        Oryktographia Norica, Sive Rerum Fossilium et ad Minerale Regnum Pertinentium, in Territorio Norimbergensi ejusque vicinia observatarum succincta descriptio. . .

      W. Michahellis, Nuremberg 1708 - 4to (196 x 169 mm). [8],102 pp. With engraved frontisp., 6 folding engraved plates by J.G. Puschner and 1 engraved text-illustration. Contemporary calf, spine with 5 raised bands and some blind-stamped and partially gilt decoration (top of spine slightly chipped, some wear to extremities, corners scuffed), marbled endpapers. Text and plates with little browning and little marginal foxing, a few leaves with faint marginal waterstains, short tear to plate 5, but else in good condition. ---- Nissen ZBI 189; DSB I, p.393; Brunet I, 611. Rare first edition of a geological work by the German physician Johann Jakob Baier (1677-1735). The plates engraved by Puschner with fine fossils typical of the Jura. "Oryktographia norica (1708) was a new, systematic presentation based on his own studies. The work contributed much to disproving the idea that fossils were a mere sport of nature [.] he believed that the earth had been created in one act and that the Deluge was the only great change since the Creation. His exact foundation work, however, helps to prepare the ground for the next generation to determine historically the geological structure of mountains and transform oryctography into geology. [.]Oryktographia laid the foundations for the investigation of Jurassic fauna and of scientific paleontology in general (DSB). - Visit our website for additional images and information. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [MAP OF LAPLAND] Carte des Courones du Nord, Dediée au tres Puissant et tres invincible Prince Charles XII. Roy de Suede, des Guts et des Vandales Grand Duc de Finlande

      Amsterdam, Schenk, 1708. One sheet. Ink on paper. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. One fold. Slightly creased, lower margin reinforced on verso. 530x623 mm. Map of the northern parts of Norway, Sweden and Finland.

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        [MAP OF THE BALTIC REGION] No title.

      (Amsterdam, Schenk, 1708?). One sheet. Ink on paper. Copper engraving. Hand coloured. One fold. Reinforced at the fold on verso, slightly creased. 528x630 mm. Map of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia and Latvia.

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