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        Triunfo de Ceres

      Italia - GIUSEPPE ZOCCHI (1711- ca. 1767) (grabado); PIETRO DA CORTONA (diseño) (1596/7-1669) Aguaferte estampado en sepia. Aceptable estado de conservación. Ligero foxing. Con márgenes. Siglo: XVIII.Aguafuerte. Papel vitela. Grabador: Zocchi, Giuseppe. Dibujante: Da Cortona, Pietro. 1750-1767. Edicion principios siglo XIX. Altura papelt: 515. Anchura papel: 353. Altura plancha:387. Anchura plancha: 250

      [Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats]
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        Brieve ristretto del saggio fisico intorno alla storia del mare... -

      Venezia, Poletti, 1711. 4to. Contemp. half vellum, label on spine; slightly worn. With 3 hand-coloured engr. plates. (4), 72, (4) pp.; some scattered light soiling but generally a good large copy. First edition of the first modern work on oceanography. In the introductury letter Marsigli writes that already in 1710 he had sent a manuscript of the extended version to the French Royal Academy. But as printing was impeded by adverse conditions, he decided to publish this Brieve Ristretto which, however, contains the essential lines of the complete text, printed in Amsterdam in 1725: della struttura del mare; della natura dell'acqua marina; del moto dell'acqua; della vegetazione delle piante dentro del mare; degli animali dentro del mare. Marsigli may be considered «the precursor of the systematic oceanographic exploration that was to begin half a century later with the famous voyage of the Endeavour» (DSB IX, p.135). The second part (pp. 53-72), addressed to Vallisnieri, is devoted to kermes, the most ancient dyestuff on record. Ward and Carozzi 1503. Nissen ZBI 2700. Ron, Bibliotheca Tinctoria, 714. Prima edizione della prima opera moderna di oceanografia. Con 3 tavv. f.t. inc. in rame e colorate a mano. Qualche insignificante macchiolina, ma buon esemplare marginoso, rilegato in m. pergamena coeva (lievi abrasioni ai piatti).

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport]
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        Antiquitates Rutupinae [Antiquities of Richborough]

      Published by Oxoniae, E. Theatro Sheldoniano First Edition 1711. 1711., 1711. First edition hard back binding in contemporary full leather cover, five raised bands with one title label, high lights and centre tools between the other bands, original end papers and paste downs. 8vo. 9'' x 6''. Contains [vi] 92 + index printed pages of Latin text with four fold-out plates to the rear and three vignettes. One of the plates is a folding map showing the Isle of Tanatis [Thanet] separated by the River Wantsumu [Wantsum]. Modern bookplate to the front paste down, a little drying and peeling of the leather to the top of the rear board, spine slightly sun faded. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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        Accurate Geographische Delineation der in dem Meisnischen Creisse des Churfürstenthums Sachsen Liegenden Dioeces oder des Ammtes Grossen Hayn sammt ihren Staedten Flecken.

      Peter Schenk, Amsterdam 1711 - (. und Dorffschaften, Mit Sonderbarem Fleisse Geometrice durchgehends per Intersectiones gesuchet und in disen Riss gebracht A°. MDCCXI. von M. Adam Friedrich Zürner Past. Zu Sckassa, gestochen von Peter Schencken Jun. mit Königl. und Churf. Sächß. Pr ). Altkolorierte doppelblattgroße Kupferstichkarte. Früher Zustand der Schenk / Zürner-Karte! - Zeigt das Amt Großenhain. - Unten rechts Darstellung mittels einer ausgerollten Karte "Nöthige Erinnerung". - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Oben links *Erklärung der Zeichen bey denen Orten Zubemercken*. Die Karte mit zusätzlicher Titelkopfleiste. Am rechten und linken Außenrand jeweils ein Ortssuchregister. Die Karte mit Windrose, Meilenzeiger und 2 Putten die die *nötige Erinnerung in Rollenform halten*. Bildmaß der Karte ca. 46 x 54 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), Blattmaß ca. 51 x 60 cm. Die Karte unter Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß ca. 73 x 80,5 cm - ungeöffnet ). Die Karte mit Mittelfalz. Die Kupferstichkarte ist etwas fleckig und fingerfleckig sowie mit kleineren Randläsionen, oben zum Falz hin kleiner Einriß. Die Ecken der Karte jeweils gering beschädigt, die linke untere Ecke mit kleinem Buchstabenverlust im Ortsregister. Der Rahmen gering bestoßen. ( Bitte beachten: Wenn der Rahmen gewünscht bitte, dann bitte ich um Selbstabholung nach Absprache – ansonsten kann ein Versand wegen Bruchgefahr und Größe nur ausgerahmt erfolgen ). ( Lagerort KG ) ( Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage – further pics at request )

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Tractatus de jure et controversiis limitum oder Gründlicher Bericht von dem Gräntzen und Marcksteinen,

      Hannover, Förster, 1711. - wie durch dieselbe der Königreiche, Landschafften, Fürstenthume, Bißtümer, Graf- und Herrschafften: Item der Städte Höfe und Feldgüter Gebiete nach Ausweisung der gemeinen Rechten, und eines jeden Lands Gewohnheit entstehende nachbarliche Streitigkeiten und Mißstände erörtert und beygeleget werden sollen Mit 20 geometrischen Textholzschnitten und 1 gefalteten Holzschnitt-Karte, doppelblattgroßer gefalteter Titel, 14 Blatt, 443 Seiten, Pergamentband der Zeit mit Rückentitel und goldgeprägtem Wappensupralibros, 16,5 x 10 cm,

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat H. Carlsen]
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        Von Erzeugung der Menschen.

      Leipzig Fritsch 1711 - (62)+ 608 pages p. With 10 engrawings Bound in a contemporary full vellum with titel caligrafed on spine Titelpage in black and red

      [Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat]
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        Characteristicks of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times. Vol. I of III only.

      [No place, no publisher], 1711, 1st ed. half title,iv,(2),half title,364 pp., engraved headpieces and vignettes, comtemporary, worn full leather, blindstamped boards, endpapers very foxed and spotted, weak hinges, names on flyleaf, else a clean copy. The book is a collection of pieces written between 1699 and 1713. Volume One comprises: "A Letter Concerning Enthusiasm" (1708), the important "Sensus Communis (Common Sense), an Essay on the Freedom of Wit and Humor" (1709) and "Soliloquy, or, Advise to

      [Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat]
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        Theo-philosophia theoretico-practica, oder der wahre Grund göttlicher und natürlicher Erkänntniß, dadurch beyde Tincturen, die himmlische und irrdische, können erhalten werden.

      Breslau Fellgiebel 1711 - (16 x 10 cm). (20) 374 S. Pappband der Zeit. Zweite Ausgabe des 1710 erstmals erschienenen alchemistischen Werkes. "The sale of his book 'Theo-philosophia' was stopped in Breslau, and it was practically condemned in the 'Unschuldige Nachrichten'" (Ferguson). - Richter lebte Ende des 17. Jahrhunderts als Theologe, Chemiker und Mediziner in Schlesien. Beeinflusst von Paracelsus und J. Böhme, gilt er als Neuerwecker der Rosenkreuzer. Wegen des Verdachtes der Häresie wird der Verkauf einiger seiner Werke in Breslau gestoppt. - Wie meist, etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. Vorderer Vorsatz mit kleiner Wurmspur, sonst wohlerhalten. - Ferguson II, 275; Duveen 509; Brüning 3420 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber]
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        BALLET DANSÉ AU THÉÂTRE DE L'OPERA dans le Carnaval du Parnasse Acte Ier. Dedié, à Monseigneur, le Duc de la Valiere... Fine engraving by Pierre François Basan (1723-1797) after Gabriel Jacques de Saint-Aubin (1724-1780)

      Le Carnaval du Parnasse, a ballet-héroïque by Jean-Joseph Cassanéa de Mondonville (1711-1772), was first performed in Paris at the Académie Royale de Musique on September 23, 1749 and given 35 performances that years; it was revived in 1750, 1759, 1767 and 1774. Marc Signorile in Grove Music Online.. 317 x 382 mm. + narrow margins. A very good impression printed on laid paper. The print depicts a scene from Mondonville's opera-ballet Le Carnaval du Parnasse with elaborately costumed couples dancing in a wooded setting, a theatrical figure at right pointing to the dancers . Remnants of mounting hinges to upper corners of verso.

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        Libertas statuum Imperii, quae perperam libertatis ejus esse dicuntur: cum biga tabellarum: Aur. Bullae, et Capitul. Josephinae; nec non schemate jurium Caesaris: et de communicatione majestatis

      sumptibus Io. Felicis Bielckii, 1711. Sei parti in un volume di cm. 31,5, pp. 88, 68, 23, 80, 60, 120. Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Leg. coeva in perg. con titoli ms. al dorso. Piccola asportazione di una parte (il cognome dell'antico possessore) della firma di possesso al frontespizio. Piccole mancanze di perg. al dorso, naturali bruniture, qualche trascurabile e marginale alone, peraltro esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. Nicolaus Christoph von Lincker (1643-1726), giureconsulto tedesco originario di Marburg, insegnò a Giessen, Jena e Vienna. Fu autore di numerosi consilia, repetitiones, esegesi del Codice giusinianeo e di un importante trattato dedicato alla professione forense. Quest'interessante opera è incentrata sulla libertà dell'Impero da condizionamenti del papa in merito all'elezione del titolare del Sacro Romano Impero. Un'ampia parte è dedicata all'analisi della Bolla d'Oro di Carlo IV, seguono osservazioni sulla dottrina e sulle successive costituzioni imperiali che si occuparono del tema della sovranità imperiale. Raro. Cfr. Kvk; Iccu..

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio]
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        Tractatus hist.-polit.-juridicus de statu religionis et reipublicae sub Carolo Magno et Ludovico Pio in Veteri Saxonia, sive Westfalia. Acc. Commentarius ad capitulationes Caroli Magni de partibus Saxoniae, nec non Diss. de origine et jure decimarum in Westfalia

      Con bellissima antiporta incisa in rame. Pp. (8) 520 (36). Unito a: MEINDERS HERMANN ADOLPH. Thesaurus antiquitatum Francicarum et Saxonicarum, tam sacrarum quam prophanarum. Lemgoviae, typis Henrici Wilhelmi Meyeri, 1710. Pp. 32. Unito a: MEINDERS HERMANN ADOLPH. Dissertatio singularis de jurisdictione colonaria et curiis dominicalibus, veterum Francorum et Saxonum. Lemgoviae, typis Henrici Wilhelmi Meyeri, 1713. Pp. 184. Unito a: MEINDERS HERMANN ADOLPH. Vindiciae libertatis antique Saxonicae sive Westfalicae et justa explicatio diplomatis Carolini Trutmanno Comiti praetense dati Anno 779 contra illustrem Dominum Rhetium, et celeberrimum Dominum Coccejum. Lemgoviae, typis Henrici Wilhelmi Meyeri, (1713). Pp. 59 (1). Unito a: BEIER ADRIANUS. Advocatus rerum opificialium peritus, sive processus mechanicarum causarum forensis absolutus, per universa sua capita. non casibus modo practicis; nec tamen nisi mechanicis diversarum artium atque provinciarum ventilatis; verùm, omnis generis juribus mechanicorum atque moribus. Francofurti et Lipsiae, apud Joh. Christoph Stossel, 1705. Con bellissimo ritratto inciso in rame all'antiporta. Pp. (6) 421 (25) [le pagine 129-136 sono bianche per errore dello stampatore]. Unito a: Tractatio juridica de jure mortuario, in bonis defuncti hominis proprii, ejus domino competente. Tubingae, typis Johann-Henrici Reisl, 1685. Pp. (2) 102 (6). Sei opere in un volume di cm. 19,5. Ottima legatura coeva in piena perg. rigida con titoli ms. al dorso; tagli rossi. Trascurabili arrossature. Esemplare ben conservato. Miscellanea di scritti di argomento giuspubblicistico dedicati al Sacro Romano Impero. Hermann Adolph Meinders (1665-1730), giureconsulto e storico tedesco nativo di Halle, si convertì al protestantesimo nel 1686 a Tubingen. Fu autore di opere sulla storia giuridica della Westfalia e anche di un trattato sui processi alle streghe. Adrian Beyer (1634-1712), giurista tedesco nativo di Jena, fu avvocato e professore universitario. Si specializzò, come ben testimonia questo tratatto denominato Advocatus rerum opicifinalium, in diritto delle tecnologie, delle macchine, dell'artigianato e dei mestieri. Tutte le opere rarissime (alcune non censite in Iccu e Kvk) e in edizione originale..

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        Johann Andreä Eisenmengers Professors der Orientalischen Scprachen bey der Universität Heydelberg -- ENTDECKTES JUDENTHUM [Judaism Unmasked], oder, Gründlicher und wahrhaffter Bericht, welchergestalt die verstockte Juden die hochheilige Drey-einigkeit . verunehren, die Heil. Mutter Christi verschmähen . die Christliche Religion spöttisch durchziehen, und die gantze Christenheit . verachten und verfluchen; dabey noch viel andere . nur zum Theil bekant gewesene Dinge und grosse Irrthüme der jüdischen Religion und Theologie, wie auch viel lächerliche und kurtzweilige Fabeln . an den Tag kommen. Alles aus ihren eigenen . Büchern . kräfftiglich erwiesen, und in zweyen Theilen verfasset . Allen Christen zur treuhertzigen Nachricht verfertiget, un

      Publisher not given, Königsberg in Preussen 1711 - Published 1711, thick quarto, old vellum, (20), 1016 (2) (4) 1111 pp. 2 volumes in one. VG copy with minimal ex-library marks: bookplate, embossed stamp on title page, another plate on rear pastedown, otherwise free of marks, old signature of a J. L. Jacobi in Schotmar in two places. Anti-semitic diatribe on how Jews make a mockery of the Christian religion. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Det Gamle og Hedenske Norge. Oversat i Vort ædele Danske Tungemaal af det Latinske Sprog. Ved Anders Jenssøn Borck, Uværdig Slots- Præst ved Aggers-Huus Slot, Sogne-præst til Aggers menighed og Vice-Proust i Bragernæs Prouistie.

      Kjøbenhavn, Tryckt hos Jørgen Matthisøn Godiche, 1711. 4to. Kobberstukket portrett. (18) + 124 s. Fint nyere priv. håndbundet helskinnbd. (Refsum). Skrift i gammel hånd på tittelbl. . . Et meget fint og velbevart eksemplar.

      [Bookseller: Ruuds Antikvariat]
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        Les admirables secrets de la médecine chimique qu'il a recueillis avec beaucoup de soin & de travail : lesquels ont été plus d'une fois expérimentez par lui-même en plusieurs infirmitez, & maladies dangereuses.

      J.F. Broncart, A Liège et se vend à Liège 1711 - Cartonnage bradel vert du dix-neuvième siècle, dos lisse portant la pièce de titre. Un volume in-12 (142x85 mm), frontispice, (10)-281-(7) pages et 2 planches hors texte Reliure frottée, coiffes et coins usés. Trois premiers feuillets, dont la page de titre, défraichis Édition originale rare. D'après Ferguson, il s'agirait d'une traduction d'un recueil de secret de Domenico Auda. Ouvrage divisé en quatre livres renfermant des formules de médecine hermétique, des recettes pour ôter les taches, pour reconnaître si le corail, la porcelaine et les perles sont contrefaits, pour la confection des vernis, laques, des teinture, des parfums, . Le dernier livre est consacré à " l'astrologie utile et nécessaire pour les médecins". Dorbon [3838 : "Ouvrage inconnu des bibliographies"], Duveen [p. 494], Ferguson [Books of secrets p. 25] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Nineteenth-century green paper boards, flat spine, title in gilt on lettering-piece. 12mo (142x85 mm), frontispiece, (10)-281-(7) pages and 2 plates Binding rubbed, caps and corners worn. Three first leaves (including title page) chipped and soiled Rare first edition. Ferguson says that it's a translation of a collection of secrets by Domenico Auda. Works divided into four books containing formulas on hermetic medicine, recipes for removing stains, to recognize if the coral, porcelain and pearls are counterfeit, for making varnishes, lacquers, stains, perfumes, . The last book is dedicated to the astrology useful and necessary for doctors. Dorbon [3838 : "Ouvrage inconnu des bibliographies"], Duveen [p. 494], Ferguson [Books of secrets p. 25] In 12 / 12mo 160g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        BALLET DANSÉ AU THÉÂTRE DE L'OPERA dans le Carnaval du Parnasse Acte Ier. Dedié, à Monseigneur, le Duc de la Valiere... Fine engraving by Pierre François Basan (1723-1797) after Gabriel Jacques de Saint-Aubin (1724-1780)

      Le Carnaval du Parnasse, a ballet-héroïque by Jean-Joseph Cassanéa de Mondonville (1711-1772), was first performed in Paris at the Académie Royale de Musique on September 23, 1749 and given 35 performances that years; it was revived in 1750, 1759, 1767 and 1774. Marc Signorile in Grove Music Online.. 317 x 382 mm. + narrow margins. A very good impression printed on laid paper. The print depicts a scene from Mondonville's opera-ballet Le Carnaval du Parnasse with elaborately costumed couples dancing in a wooded setting, a theatrical figure at right pointing to the dancers . Remnants of mounting hinges to upper corners of verso.

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        The Report of the Commissioners for taking, examining, and stating, the publick accounts,

      8vo., (2) + 36pp., without the half-title, bound in fine early 19th century panelled calf, fully gilt, sometime skilfully rebacked with the original gilt spine retained. A very good copy. Relates to charges against the Duke of Marlborough. Hanson 1464. Goldsmiths 4755. [bound with], The second Report of the Commissioners for the taking, examining the stating the publick accounts, &c. London: printed in the year 1712. 8vo., 35 + (1)pp., a good copy. Hanson 1741. Goldsmiths 4906. [bound with], A Report from the Commissioners appointed to take, examine and state the publick accompts of the Kingdom. [London] Printed in the year MDCIII. 8vo., (2) + 104pp., final two leaves cropped at foot with loss of letters, small old ink stain on title-page just affecting date, but a good copy.Publisher: n.p. [London] printed in the yearYear: 1711Edition:

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        REGIAE VILLAE POETICE DESCRIPTAE ET REIAE CELSITUDINI VICTORIS AMEDEI II. SABAUDIAE, ET MONTISFERRATI DUCIS, PEDEMONTIJ PRINCIPIS, CYPRI REGIS, &cc. dicatae. Apposita Poematum, & Epigrammatum Appendice.

      Ex Typographia Pauli Mariae Dutti & Joannis Iacobi Ghiringhelli Soc, 1711. (Codice EK/0499) In 4° antico (22x16,5 cm) (18)222(2) pp. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE illustrata con 10 tavole in rame fuori testo, splendide incisioni di Georges Tasnière e Antoine De Piene: antiporta allegorica (firma cancellata al retro) e 9 (su 10) vedute ripiegate: palazzi e residenze sabaude del Piemonte. Capilettera, testatine, finalini xilografici. Strappetto marginale a una tavola e all'indice. Qualche segno d'uso, ingialliture, macchiette. Legatura del tempo in pelle ancora solida, abrasioni, dorso rotto e in parte mancante. Euro 1250.00 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA

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        Halakhot Para aduma .

      Amsterdam Petzold 1711 - Maimonides (Rabbi Moses ben Maimon); A. C. Zeller [transl.]. "Halakhot Para aduma [Hilkhot parah adumah - printed in Hebrew] . Maimonidis Tractatus de Vacca Rufa Latinitate donatus & subjuncta . illustratus". Amsterdam, Petzold, 1711. 8vo. (32), 544 pp. Text in Latin and Hebrew. With old bookplate of S. Seelligmann. Orig. leather bd. from the time with title label on the spine. Spine broken and flawy. Inside in a good condition. - Rabbi Moses ben Maimon (1135 or 1138-1204), known as Maimonides, was a medieval Sephradic Jewis philosopher, he was also a preeminent astronomer and physician. - S. Seelligmann (1873-1940) bibliographer and historian. Studied at Amsterdam rabbinical seminary. Maintaining worldwide contacts with Jewish scholars, he put his important library at their disposal. Was a representative of neo-orthodox Judaism in the sense of S. R. Hirsch. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Entdecktes Judenthum, oder, Gründlicher und wahrhaffter Bericht, welchergestalt die verstockte Juden die hochheilige Drey-Einigkeit, Gott Vater, Sohn und Heil. Geist, erschrecklicher Weise lästern und verunehren, die Heil. Mutter Christi verschmähen, das Neue Testament, die Evangelisten und Aposteln, die Christliche Religion spöttisch durchziehen, und die gantze Christenheit auff das äusserste verachten und verfluchen; dabei noch viel andere, bisshero unter den Christen entweder gar nicht oder nur zum Theil bekant gewesene Dinge und grosse Irrthümer der küdischen Religion und Theologie, wie auch viel lächerliche und kurtzweilige Fabeln und andere ungereimte Sachen an den Tag kommen. Alles aus ihren eigenen und zwar sehr vielen mit grosser Mühe und unverdrossenem Fleiss durchlesenen Büchern mit Ausziehung der hebräischen Worte und derer treuen Ubersetzung in die Teutsche Sprach kräfftiglich erwiesen und in zweyen Theilen verfasset, deren jeder seine b

      Königsberg, o. Dr. (d. i. Berlin, Haude), 1711.. 2 in 1 Band. 10 Bl., 1016 (recte 998) S., 1, 2 Bl., 1111 S., 1 Bl. Prgt. d. Zt. mit Rückenschild. 4°. Steinschneider 4913; Fürst I, 226; ADB V, 773; NDB IV, 419. - Zweite Ausgabe des berüchtigten Antijudaicums. Die in 2000 Exemplaren 1700 in Frankfurt erschienene Originalausgabe wurde auf Betreiben der dortigen Judenschaft beschlagnahmt und erst nach 40 Jahren wieder freigegeben; so war die vorliegende Ausgabe, für die die Erben Eisenmengers eine Druckerlaubnis bei Friedrich I. erlangt hatten, die erste im Handel zugängliche. Obwohl in Berlin gedruckt, wurde als Druckort Königsberg angegeben, da dieses außerhalb des Reichsgebietes lag. "E`s Übersetzungen hebr. Texte sind oft fehlerhaft und dazu tendenziös entstellt... dennoch ist E. mit diesem Werk, das ihm eine Professur für orientalische Sprachen an der Univ. Heidelberg eintrug, der Begründer des neuzeitlichen wissenschaftlichen Antisemitismus geworden" (H.J. Schoeps in NDB). - Einband etwas altersfleckig, Deckenbezüge etwas wellig. Gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt, ca. 10 Bll. an der unteren Ecke mit Wurmspur, Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Johann Andreä Eisenmengers Professors der Orientalischen Scprachen bey der Universität Heydelberg -- ENTDECKTES JUDENTHUM [Judaism Unmasked], oder, Gründlicher und wahrhaffter Bericht, welchergestalt die verstockte Juden die hochheilige Drey-einigkeit ... verunehren, die Heil. Mutter Christi verschmähen ... die Christliche Religion spöttisch durchziehen, und die gantze Christenheit ... verachten und verfluchen; dabey noch viel andere ... nur zum Theil bekant gewesene Dinge und grosse Irrthüme der jüdischen Religion und Theologie, wie auch viel lächerliche und kurtzweilige Fabeln ... an den Tag kommen. Alles aus ihren eigenen ... Büchern ... kräfftiglich erwiesen, und in zweyen Theilen verfasset ... Allen Christen zur treuhertzigen Nachricht verfertiget, und mit vollkommenen Registern versehen

      Königsberg in Preussen: Publisher not given, 1711. Hardcover. Very Good. Published 1711, thick quarto, old vellum, (20), 1016 (2) (4) 1111 pp. 2 volumes in one. VG copy with minimal ex-library marks: bookplate, embossed stamp on title page, another plate on rear pastedown, otherwise free of marks, old signature of a J. L. Jacobi in Schotmar in two places. Anti-semitic diatribe on how Jews make a mockery of the Christian religion.

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        De Sendbrief van Paulus aan de Hebreen. Ontleedet, Uitgebreid en Verklaart.

      Amsterdam, Jacobus Borstius 1711/1711/1714/1717 - 4 delen, (titelprent, 12, 16, 12) 766 (1), (26) 840, (28) 835, (32) 712 (80) p. Origineel Perkament met ribben en stempels, 4° (Bovenkant rug deel 1 en onderkant rug deel 2 beschadigd. Vochtvlekken in deel 1 en 2, laatste pagina deel 2 los. Geïllustreerd met een titelprent en 1 gravure in deel 2.)

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        BALLET DANSÉ AU THÉÂTRE DE L'OPERA dans le Carnaval du Parnasse Acte Ier. Dedié, à Monseigneur, le Duc de la Valiere... Fine engraving by Pierre François Basan (1723-1797) after Gabriel Jacques de Saint-Aubin (1724-1780).

      317 x 382 mm. + narrow margins. A very good impression printed on laid paper. The print depicts a scene from Mondonville's opera-ballet Le Carnaval du Parnasse with elaborately costumed couples dancing in a wooded setting, a theatrical figure at right pointing to the dancers . Remnants of mounting hinges to upper corners of verso. Le Carnaval du Parnasse, a ballet-héroïque by Jean-Joseph Cassanéa de Mondonville (1711-1772), was first performed in Paris at the Académie Royale de Musique on September 23, 1749 and given 35 performances that years; it was revived in 1750, 1759, 1767 and 1774. Marc Signorile in Grove Music Online.

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        An Account of Several Late Voyages and Discoveries: I. Sir John Narborough's Voyage to the South Sea... II. Captain J. Tasman's Discoveries on the Coast of the South Terra Incognita. III. Captain J. Wood's Attempt to Discover a North-East Passage to China. IV. F. Marten's Observations made in Greenland, and other Northern Countries. To which are added, a Large Introduction and Supplement, containing short abstracts of other Voyages into those Parts, and Brief Descriptions of them. The Whole Illustrated with Exact Charts, and Curious Figures

      London: Printed for D. Brown without Temple-Bar, J. Round in Exchange-Ally, W. Innysin St. Paul's Church-Yard, and T. Ward in the Temple-Lane, 1711. Small areas of defect and stain with repaired tear to the Tierra del Fuego map, edges of a few plates a little ragged but generally in good if slightly used condition; rear flyleaf partly torn away.. Octavo, folding "Chart of the western and southern oceans", folding chart of Terra del Fuego, folding polar map and 19 engraved plates, some of them views and some natural history images, many of them folding; contemporary unlettered panelled calf. Second and best edition, with the additional chart of the western and southern oceans which did not appear in the earlier edition. This compendium of early voyages includes an early account in English of Tasman's famous voyage of 1642. The book also prints the narrative of Narborough's voyage in the Batchelour through the Strait of Magellan and into the Pacific, which was widely read by later navigators including the survivors of the Wager (part of Anson's fleet), who used this account for their own navigation through the passage.The editor gives a résumé of earlier voyages, including those of De Quiros, Drake and Magellan, and makes a plea for scientific exploration of the globe; lamenting 'that the English nation have not sent with their Navigators, some skilful Painters, Naturalists, and Mechanists, under publick Stipends and Encouragement as the Dutch and French have done...'.It is the Tasman voyage that is of the greatest interest here: one of very few contemporary printed accounts of the fundamental voyage, the book is therefore 'of the greatest importance to an Australian collection, as it contains one of the earliest accounts of Abel Janszoon Tasman's famous voyage of 1642 from Batavia, in which he discovered Tasmania and New Zealand and visited Tonga and Fiji' (Hill) as well as visiting New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. The editor, Tancred Robinson, exclaims of Tasman's voyage: 'tis the Discovery of a new World, not yet known to the English, 'Tis probable by Abel Jansen Tasman's Navigation, that New Guinea, New Carpentaria, and New Holland, are a vast prodigious Island, which he seems to have encompass'd in his Voyage...'. Provenance: Thomas Langton, Teeton, Northamptonshire (old signature on title-page and armorial bookplate).

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        The Spectator. A collection of 431 original issues from No. 1, March 1, 1711 to July 26, 1712, lacking 10 numbers. Folio.

      Sam. Buckley, sold by Ann Baldwin. 1711-1712 Worn half calf, leading hinge weak, back board loose.See ESTC P1724. The numbers missing in this run are: 396, 397, 404, 405, 422-26 and 428. It continued to number 555. The most important essay paper of the early 18th century. 3,000 copies were printed but Addison estimated that it had 60,000 readers.

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        An Account of Several Late Voyages and Discoveries: I. Sir John Narborough's Voyage to the South Sea... II. Captain J. Tasman's Discoveries on the Coast of the South Terra Incognita. III. Captain J. Wood's Attempt to Discover a North-East Passage to China. IV. F. Marten's Observations made in Greenland, and other Northern Countries. To which are added, a Large Introduction and Supplement, containing short abstracts of other Voyages into those Parts, and Brief Descriptions of them. The Whole Illustrated with Exact Charts, and Curious Figures.

      London: Printed for D. Brown without Temple-Bar, J. Round in Exchange-Ally, W. Innysin St. Paul's Church-Yard, and T. Ward in the Temple-Lane, 1711. Octavo, folding "Chart of the western and southern oceans", folding chart of Terra del Fuego, folding polar map and 19 engraved plates, some of them views and some natural history images, many of them folding; contemporary unlettered panelled calf. Second and best edition, with the additional chart of the western and southern oceans which did not appear in the earlier edition. This compendium of early voyages includes an early account in English of Tasman's famous voyage of 1642. The book also prints the narrative of Narborough's voyage in the Batchelour through the Strait of Magellan and into the Pacific, which was widely read by later navigators including the survivors of the Wager (part of Anson's fleet), who used this account for their own navigation through the passage.The editor gives a résumé of earlier voyages, including those of De Quiros, Drake and Magellan, and makes a plea for scientific exploration of the globe; lamenting 'that the English nation have not sent with their Navigators, some skilful Painters, Naturalists, and Mechanists, under publick Stipends and Encouragement as the Dutch and French have done...'.It is the Tasman voyage that is of the greatest interest here: one of very few contemporary printed accounts of the fundamental voyage, the book is therefore 'of the greatest importance to an Australian collection, as it contains one of the earliest accounts of Abel Janszoon Tasman's famous voyage of 1642 from Batavia, in which he discovered Tasmania and New Zealand and visited Tonga and Fiji' (Hill) as well as visiting New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. The editor, Tancred Robinson, exclaims of Tasman's voyage: 'tis the Discovery of a new World, not yet known to the English, 'Tis probable by Abel Jansen Tasman's Navigation, that New Guinea, New Carpentaria, and New Holland, are a vast prodigious Island, which he seems to have encompass'd in his Voyage...'. Provenance: Thomas Langton, Teeton, Northamptonshire (old signature on title-page and armorial bookplate). Small areas of defect and stain with repaired tear to the Tierra del Fuego map, edges of a few plates a little ragged but generally in good if slightly used condition; rear flyleaf partly torn away.

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        MICROGRAPHY: CRUCIFIXION OF JESUS.

      [German, probably Bavaria, mid 18th century]. - Ink drawing in black ink on vellum (Very Good, soft folds ), 31,5 x 21,5 cm (12.4 x 8.5 inches). A hand-drawing of the Crucifixion was made in ink on vellum in techniques of calligraphy, micrography and pointillism in the middle of the 18th Century. - A fine hand-drawing in ink on vellum was made in techniques of calligraphy, micrography and pointillism. It showcases Jesus on the Cross, surrendered by religious text in German Gothic Script and angels holding Arma Christi. An image below represents a woman praying to Jesus in a Chapel. The image is close to the art of Johann Thomas Köppel (1711-1762), active in Bavaria in the mid 18th century (see: Schrift als Bild, Berlin 2011, p. 180, image 22). Micrography - Micrography (from the Greek ‘micrographia,’ meaning small writing) is an art form first developed by Jewish scribes in Egypt and Israel around the 9th Century. Traditionally, Jewish artists were banned from drawing images of living creatures due to the rabbinical interpretation of the Second Commandment which states: "Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness [of anything] that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth." As with traditional Islamic art, Jewish artists were thus relegated to drafting calligraphy and geometric forms. However, rabbinical rulings permitted forms that might optically appear to be of banned subjects to be constructed, as long as they were composed entirely of calligraphy. Artists brilliantly constructed elaborate designs composed entirely of microscopic lines of text. During the Medieval period, the art form flourished in Iberia and Central Europe, regions with strong Jewish artistic patronage. It is important, however, to remember that due to the extreme sophistication and technical difficulty of the medium, micrography never became a popular art form, but was reserved for appreciation in rarefied circles.

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        Thesaurus imaginum piscium testaceorum; quales sunt cancri, echini, echinometra, stellae marinae, etc. ut & cochlearum quibus accedunt conchylia denique mineralia.

      Leiden, Pieter vander Aa, 1711. - Folio. Engraved title + engraved author’s portrait + title in red and black with large allegorical vignette + [1]f dedicatory address to the reader with large engraved allegorical headpiece + 15 + [1 blank]p of illustration index with large engraved vignette at beginning and end + 60 numbered engraved plates with over 600 illustrations on rectos + 8p of name indexes in Latin, Ambonese Malay, and Dutch with engraved headpiece on first page. Contemporary marbled calf; spine decorated in gilt with morocco title label; corners scuffed. First Latin edition of the celebrated ‘Cabinet of Rarities of Ambon’ by Georg Eberhard Rumpf (1628-1702), an outstanding German botanist who worked for the Dutch East India Company on the island of Ambon devoting his life to the study of natural history in the Moluccas in the Indian ocean. The beautiful book constitutes the first comprehensive work on South Pacific molluscs, with substantial content on minerals and other specimens of natural history. The exquisite plates show crustacea, including lobsters and crabs, exotic shells, animals, fish, birds, fossils, and minerals. Most of the illustrations were based on drawings by the celebrated Frankfurt artist Maria Sybilla Merian (1647-1717), now preserved in the archives of the Academy of Sciences at St Petersburg. The engraved title represents the interior of a palatial wunderkammer with connoisseurs appraising specimens on a table being brought to them by servants from large cabinets. The portrait shows the blind author sitting at a table working from touch, feeling shells and plants with his hands surrounded by books and dried exhibits. Rumpf lost his eyesight at the age of 42. The book was first published in Dutch in 1705 as 'Amboinsche Rariteitkamer'. ‘The first great history on tropical marine life, especially shells of the Molucca Islands in the Indian Archipelago. Remarkable for its detailed observations of living animals, habitats, and fisheries’ (Beekman, The Ambonese Curiosity Cabinet (1999); see also Dance, A history of Shell Collecting, pp26-27. Bookplate of Juan del Olmo, a priest in Palencia pasted in blank title margin. Inner blank margin of engraved title discoloured in places, a small wormhole running through outer edges of top margin, occasional traces of usage in corners, otherwise a very good copy with excellent impressions of the plates. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The happy ascetick : or, the best exercise, together with prayers suitable to each exercise. To which is added a letter to a person of quality, concerning the holy lives of the primitive Christians. By Anthony Horneck, D.D. Late Prebendary of Westminster,

      London: Printed for Henry and George Mortlock, at the Phoenix in St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1711. Fifth Edition. H Full Leather. Good. Exceptionally rare - virtually no copies of this 1711 Fifth Corrected edition survive. Bound in period full brown calf (front cover detatched; spine and boards rubbed; text dampstained with some browning, spotting and stains; ink name of prior owner on title). Note: Present at front is the original frontis engraving by Nicholas Yeates (d. 1680); captioned "Son, go work to day in my Vineyard" (which has the margins chipped away with some minor image loss; mounted on blank leaf).

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        Historia Philosophiae vitas opiniones,resque gestas et dicka

      Philosophorum sectae cuivsius complexa. APVD Thomam Fritsch. Lipsiae. 1711. 1222 S.+ 46 S.Index. Quart. Pergament d.Zt. APVD Thomam Fritsch. Lipsiae. 1711. Mit Gebrauchsspuren/Used condition. Pergament/Hardcover. Titelblatt untere Ecke fehlt. Sprache: deutsch/german.

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        Nouveau Voyage autour du Monde ... par Guillaume Dampier ... Tôme Premier. [Together with the four companion volumes:] Suite du Voyage autour du Monde, avec un Traité des Vents qui règnent dans toute la Zone Torride ... Tome II. [Plus] Suplément du Voyage autour du Monde ... Tome III. [Plus] Voyage de Guillaume Dampier aux Terres Australes, à la Nouvelle Hollande, &c. fait en 1699 ... Avec le Voyage de Lionel Wafer ... Tome IV. [Plus] Voyage de Guillaume Dampier aux Terres Australes, à la Nouvelle Hollande, &c., où l'on a joint: I. Le Voyage du Capitaine Wood ... II. Le Journal de l'Expedition du Capitaine Sharp ... III. Le Voyage autour du Monde du Capitaine Cowley, & IV. Le Voyage de du Levant de Mr Robert ... Tôme cinquième

      Amsterdam, Chez la Veuve de Paul Marret, 1711 (the first three volumes, the first bearing the additional legend 'Troisième Edition revûe, corrigée & augmentée d'un volume'), 1714 (the fourth volume), and 1712 (the fifth volume). The separately printed 'Traité des Vents' bound with the second volume, the 'Voyages ... à la Baie de Campéche' bound in the third, and the 'Voyage de Mr Wafer' bound in the fourth are dated 1715, 1714 and 1714 respectively. Duodecimo, five volumes, with two in-text illustrations plus 34 plates (26 folding) and 11 folding maps. Contemporary mottled calf; spine gilt in compartments, with burgundy morocco title-labels; edges stained red; covers lightly worn; a few trifling splits and tears (not affecting the text) expertly sealed; slight loss to the blank bottom corner tips of two leaves; paper in Volume 3 slightly toned and foxed; trifling signs of use and age; overall in excellent condition . Paul Marret first issued his two-volume French edition of Dampier's 'Nouveau Voyage' in 1698, a year after the original English edition. It was quickly reprinted with the addition of a third volume, the 'Suplément', and later expanded to include the 'Voyage ... aux Terres Australes', the 'Traité des Vents', and the short accounts of Wood, Sharpe, Cowley and Roberts, translated from 'A Collection of Original Voyages' (1699) edited by William Hacke. The various parts were intended either to be sold separately, or collected in sets bound with uniform titles (as here). This edition was issued posthumously by his widow. See Sabin 18382, but this set appears to have been put together from whichever sheets and plates happened to be at hand in or soon after 1715 (certainly before Marret's 1717 reissue). There is no definitive collation, but, whatever the bibliographical niceties, this remains a scarce and very early collected French edition in attractive original condition.

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        The Examiner. Or, Remarks Upon Papers and Occurrences

      C. Carter], [Dublin 1711 - Dublin reprint edition. Calligraphic title-page. 4to. Swift the Tory Propagandist. The complete first volume of the Dublin reprint of The Examiner, organ of the Tory party for which Swift acted as unpaid editor. Swift left the Whig party in 1710 in protest to its indifference to the welfare of the Anglican Church in Ireland and its opposition to the Test Act, which excluded Roman Catholics and Dissenters from government positions."Swift's contributions to The Examiner comprise thirty-three essays written from a tory point of view 'to assert the principles, and justify the proceedings of the new ministers'. Published on Thursdays from 2 November 1710 (no. 14) to 14 June 1711 (no. 46, jointly written with Manley, the subsequent editor), Swift's essays were each answered in The Medley the following Monday by Addison's friend, the whig MP Arthur Mainwaring" (ODNB).The Dublin reprint of John Morphew's London edition was originally issued by Daniel Tompson, who was joined by Cornelius Carter in issue 7, with Carter taking over publication in 1711. The present set is printed solely by Carter, a wretched and careless printer, and includes his reprints of the Tompson issues. Teerink 526 (variant, with no "D. Tompson" imprint); ESTC P1384 (7 copies); Rothschild 2010 (London ed.) Provenance: George D. Smith (pencil inscription on rear blank); Gerald E. Slater (his sale, Christie's New York, 12 February 1982, lot 177); Louis and Anne Davidson (bookplate) Full brown morocco gilt, t.e.g., by Birdsall. Repairs to margins and tears throughout, nos. 32, 33, 39 & 40 soiled with some loss to text, some headlines shaved

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        WILLEM IV, Prince of Orange]. [4 elegies on the death of Willem IV, Prince of Orange].Including:(1) MEIJER, Jan. Billyke traanen, uitgestort op het overlyden van zyne doorluchtigste hoogheid Wilhem Carel Hendrik Friso.Amsterdam, Theodorus Crajenschot, 1751. 1mo broadside (53 x 39 cm). With an engraved mortuary vignette, a 48 mm woodcut decorated initial and a band of typographic ornaments.(2) OMMERING, Adriaan van. Op het schielyk afsterven van zyne doorluchtige hoogheid Willem Carel Hendrik Friso.Amsterdam, Andries & Jacobus Stanhoffius, 1751. 1mo broadside (49 x 33 cm). With a 44 mm woodcut decorated initial.(3) KLOEKHOF, Cornelis Albertus. Treurzang op het afsterven van syne doorlugtigste hoogheyd Willem Carel Hendrik Friso.Utrecht, Nic

      - Ad 1: WorldCat (1 copy); not in Knuttel; Picarta; for the author: V.d. Aa XXII, p. 791; ad 2: V.d. Aa, Nederlandsche Dichters III, pp. 12-13; Knuttel 18332; WorldCat (1 copy); not in Picarta; ad 3: not in Knuttel; Picarta; WorldCat; for the author: V.d. Aa X, pp. 240-241; ad 4: not in Knuttel; Picarta; WorldCat. Collection of 4 extremely rare broadsides with elegies on the death of Willem IV (Willem Karel Hendrik Friso), Prince of Orange (1711-1751), the first hereditary stadtholder of the Netherlands. At least three of the four were reprinted a year later in Dichtkundige cypressenbladen, a collection of elegies on the death of Willem IV.Ad 1: Second copy located of an elegy by the poet Jan Meijer, who wrote several occasional poems under the motto "omnia conando, docilis solertia vincit", including an earlier poem welcoming the Prince into the city of Amsterdam (Onverwagte welkomst-begroetinge aan W.C.H. Friso uit naam der burgeren van Amsterdam). The main poem in the present broadside consists of 7 verses, the first of 6 lines and the rest of 8 lines, and is followed by another 4-line poem at the foot.Ad 2: Second copy located of an elegiac sonnet by the poet Adriaan van Ommering, who openly accused himself of murdering William IV in the line "Ik, . sidder lezer. Ik, ik heb dit feit bedreven" (I, . tremble reader. I, I have committed this deed).Ad 3: Only copy located of an elegy by the physician and later burgomaster of Culemborg, Cornelis Albertus Kloekhof, consistsing of 14 verses of 6 lines.Ad 4: Only copy located of an elegiac sonnet by an anonymous poet, written under the motto "ante monet beatitas".These rare, large broadsides, each printed on a large whole sheet of paper (1mo) are also of typographic interest, in part because they use large initials and types that are not so often used for books aside from occasional heading in large types.All in very good condition, especially considering the ephemeral nature of these publications, with only the ends of a few old folds reinforced. Ad 2 is trimmed close to the outermost edges of the widest line of type at left and right, but they otherwise have generous margins. Rare broadsides on the death of the Prince of Orange.

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         [WILLEM IV, Prince of Orange]. [4 elegies on the death of Willem IV, Prince of Orange]. Including: (1) MEIJER, Jan. Billyke traanen, uitgestort op het overlyden van zyne doorluchtigste hoogheid Wilhem Carel Hendrik Friso.Amsterdam, Theodorus Crajenschot, 1751. 1mo broadside (53 x 39 cm). With an engraved mortuary vignette, a 48 mm woodcut decorated initial and a band of typographic ornaments. (2) OMMERING, Adriaan van. Op het schielyk afsterven van zyne doorluchtige hoogheid Willem Carel Hendrik Friso.Amsterdam, Andries & Jacobus Stanhoffius, 1751. 1mo broadside (49 x 33 cm). With a 44 mm woodcut decorated initial. (3) KLOEKHOF, Cornelis Albertus. Treurzang op het afsterven van syne doorlugtigste hoogheyd Willem Carel Hendrik Friso.Utrecht, Nicolaas van Vucht, 1751. 1mo broadside (52.5 x 39 cm). With a decorated woodcut initial and a band of typographic ornaments. (4) Op het allersmartelykste en voor den lande allerdroevigst afsterven van zyne doorluchtige hoogheid Willem Carel Hendrik Friso.Amsterdam, Antoni Waldorp, [1751]. 1mo broadside (52 x 38 cm).

      Ad 1: WorldCat (1 copy); not in Knuttel; Picarta; for the author: V.d. Aa XXII, p. 791; ad 2: V.d. Aa, Nederlandsche Dichters III, pp. 12-13; Knuttel 18332; WorldCat (1 copy); not in Picarta; ad 3: not in Knuttel; Picarta; WorldCat; for the author: V.d. Aa X, pp. 240-241; ad 4: not in Knuttel; Picarta; WorldCat. Collection of 4 extremely rare broadsides with elegies on the death of Willem IV (Willem Karel Hendrik Friso), Prince of Orange (1711-1751), the first hereditary stadtholder of the Netherlands. At least three of the four were reprinted a year later in Dichtkundige cypressenbladen, a collection of elegies on the death of Willem IV.Ad 1: Second copy located of an elegy by the poet Jan Meijer, who wrote several occasional poems under the motto "omnia conando, docilis solertia vincit", including an earlier poem welcoming the Prince into the city of Amsterdam (Onverwagte welkomst-begroetinge aan W.C.H. Friso uit naam der burgeren van Amsterdam). The main poem in the present broadside consists of 7 verses, the first of 6 lines and the rest of 8 lines, and is followed by another 4-line poem at the foot.Ad 2: Second copy located of an elegiac sonnet by the poet Adriaan van Ommering, who openly accused himself of murdering William IV in the line "Ik, ... sidder lezer. Ik, ik heb dit feit bedreven" (I, ... tremble reader. I, I have committed this deed).Ad 3: Only copy located of an elegy by the physician and later burgomaster of Culemborg, Cornelis Albertus Kloekhof, consistsing of 14 verses of 6 lines.Ad 4: Only copy located of an elegiac sonnet by an anonymous poet, written under the motto "ante monet beatitas".These rare, large broadsides, each printed on a large whole sheet of paper (1mo) are also of typographic interest, in part because they use large initials and types that are not so often used for books aside from occasional heading in large types.All in very good condition, especially considering the ephemeral nature of these publications, with only the ends of a few old folds reinforced. Ad 2 is trimmed close to the outermost edges of the widest line of type at left and right, but they otherwise have generous margins. Rare broadsides on the death of the Prince of Orange.

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        Antique Print-JAVA-MADURA-INDONESIA-BALI-Thornton-1711

      - Antique print, titled: 'A Large Draught of the East End of Java and Madura shewing the Streights of Bally.' - Rare early example of this working English Sea Chart of part of Indondesia with Java, Madura, and the Straights of Bali, Indonesia. The chart includes extensive soundings, rhumblines and a compass rose. By the 18th century this area was well-known to mariners, having been extensively explored first by the Portuguese and later by agents of the Dutch East India Company. Copperplate engraving / etching on hand laid paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Samuel Thornton'. In 1671, the London cartographer John Seller (fl.1664-97) commenced work on The English Pilot , a work that intended to challenge Dutch hegemony in the sea atlas market. Intended to be published in four books covering different regions of the globe, Seller published an uncompleted book on 'Oriental navigation' in 1675. Unable to continue this Herculean endeavour, Seller sold his rights to John Thornton, the official hydrographer to the English East India Company. Thornton took up the project with great fervour, publishing his first editions in 1689. Thornton did not publish his first edition of the Third Book, detailing navigation in the East Indies, until 1703. While Thornton largely based his charts on those of earlier Dutch cartographers, most notably those found in Pieter Goos' Zee-Spiegel and Lucas Janz Waghenaer's Mariner's Mirror, The English Pilot proved to be enormously popular.When John Thornton died in 1708, his brother Samuel took over the business and added to and modified existing charts. All four books were produced in editions until the 1760s. The Third Book ran into twelve editions up to 1761. The project succeeded in giving the English dominance in the sea chart market as the eighteenth-century progressed. Condition: Good, given age. Top edge irregular as issued. Paper with some discolouration at places. A tiny double worm holes left and right of the lower edge of the middle fold, just inside the image area. Original folds as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B5-39 The overall size is ca. 21.8 x 17.7 inch. The image size is ca. 20.8 x 17 inch. The overall size is ca. 55.3 x 45 cm. The image size is ca. 52.8 x 43.3 cm. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Antique Print-JAVA-BORNEO-INDONESIA-BALI-Thornton-1711

      - Antique print, titled: 'A Large Draught from Benjar on the Island of Borneo To Macasser on the Island of Celebes Shewing the Streight of Bally with the Islands to the Eastward thereof.' - Rare early example of this working English Sea Chart of part of Indondesia, extending from the Northwest corner of Borneo near Banjarmasin, to Java and Bali in the Southwest, "t Land van Floris" in the southeast, and Celebes in the northeast. The chart includes extensive soundings, rhumblines and a compass rose. Thornton's chart depicts the Java Sea, in the heart of the Indonesian Archipelago. By the 18th century this area was well-known to mariners, having been extensively explored first by the Portuguese and later by agents of the Dutch East India Company. East Java is depicted in the lower left corner, and further east are the islands of Bali and Lombok. Following the chain are the islands of Flores and Sumbawa. Kalimantan and Borneo are depicted in the upper right of the map, and on the far right side is Celebes, on which the handsome title cartouche is featured. The sea is elegantly traversed by rhumb lines that radiate from compass roses. Copperplate engraving / etching on hand laid paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by an anonymous engraver after 'Samuel Thornton'. In 1671, the London cartographer John Seller (fl.1664-97) commenced work on The English Pilot , a work that intended to challenge Dutch hegemony in the sea atlas market. Intended to be published in four books covering different regions of the globe, Seller published an uncompleted book on 'Oriental navigation' in 1675. Unable to continue this Herculean endeavour, Seller sold his rights to John Thornton, the official hydrographer to the English East India Company. Thornton took up the project with great fervour, publishing his first editions in 1689. Thornton did not publish his first edition of the Third Book, detailing navigation in the East Indies, until 1703. While Thornton largely based his charts on those of earlier Dutch cartographers, most notably those found in Pieter Goos' Zee-Spiegel and Lucas Janz Waghenaer's Mariner's Mirror, The English Pilot proved to be enormously popular.When John Thornton died in 1708, his brother Samuel took over the business and added to and modified existing charts. All four books were produced in editions until the 1760s. The Third Book ran into twelve editions up to 1761. The project succeeded in giving the English dominance in the sea chart market as the eighteenth-century progressed. Condition: Good, given age. Margins with a few small tears and some spots, all outside image area. Original middle fold as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B5-40 The overall size is ca. 22.8 x 19.1 inch. The image size is ca. 21 x 17.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 58 x 48.5 cm. The image size is ca. 53.3 x 43.5 cm. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Miscellanies in Prose and Verse

      London: John Morphew, 1711. First edition, second state, large paper copy. [xii], 91, [1, blank], 95-416 pp. 8vo. Contemporary half calf and marbled boards, red morocco spine label. Rubbed, joints cracked, front free endpaper detached, title lightly soiled, occasional spotting. First edition, second state, large paper copy. [xii], 91, [1, blank], 95-416 pp. 8vo. Large Paper Copy, with Swift's 'Meditation Upon a Broom-Stick'. Contains the first authorized printing of Swift's "Meditation upon a Broom-Stick," which was first printed by Curll on about 6 April 1710 from a manuscript stolen from Swift. The present volume was issued on 27 February 1711 to combat this piracy; it collects 25 works by Swift, including several Bickerstaff tracts and two celebrated poems from the Tatler ("A Description of the Morning" and "A Description of a City Shower"), and several of the works are published here for the first time. In this second state of the first edition "The original leaves G6-7 (pp. 91-4), bearing the last paragraph of 'A Discourse of the Contests and Dissentions in Athens and Rome' as printed in the original pamphlet, 1701, were cancelled and replaced by one new leaf (pp. 91 + bl.) omitting that paragraph, for which A8 was used" (Teerink). ESTC N44669; Rothschild 2015; Teerink 2(1)(b)

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        Bouchain: in a Dialogue Between the Late Medley and Examiner

      London: A. Baldwin, 1711. First edition. 43, [1] pp. 8vo. Modern buff wrappers, with manuscript title label. Textblock separated from covers. First edition. 43, [1] pp. 8vo. On the siege of Bouchain during the War of Spanish Succession, the last major victory of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough. Hare places the Whig Medley in dialogue with the Tory Examiner, whose editor for much of 1711 was Jonathan Swift. Mrs. Manley, who worked for Swift at this time when he was the chief political writer for the Earl of Oxford's ministry, replies here with a pamphlet satirizing Marlborough and protesting Hare's unfair ventriloquizing for Swift. [Bound with:] [MANLEY, Delarivier]. The D. of M-h's Vindication in Answer to a Pamphlet Lately Publish'd Call'd Bouchain ... 16 pp. London: John Morphew, 1711. First edition. ESTC T32029; Goldsmiths' 4955; Teerink 852. ESTC T29567; Goldsmiths' 4827; Teerink 1034A. Provenance: T.A. Hollick (pencil attribution, sold Sotheby's London 19-20 May 1980, part of lot 24)

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        Libertas statuum Imperii, quae perperam libertatis ejus esse dicuntur: cum biga tabellarum: Aur. Bullae, et Capitul. Josephinae; nec non schemate jurium Caesaris: et de communicatione majestatis.Jena, sumptibus Io. Felicis Bielckii , 1711.

      Jena, sumptibus Io. Felicis Bielckii 1711 - Sei parti in un volume di cm. 31,5, pp. 88, 68, 23, 80, 60, 120. Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Leg. coeva in perg. con titoli ms. al dorso. Piccola asportazione di una parte (il cognome dell'antico possessore) della firma di possesso al frontespizio. Piccole mancanze di perg. al dorso, naturali bruniture, qualche trascurabile e marginale alone, peraltro esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. Nicolaus Christoph von Lincker (1643-1726), giureconsulto tedesco originario di Marburg, insegnò a Giessen, Jena e Vienna. Fu autore di numerosi consilia, repetitiones, esegesi del Codice giusinianeo e di un importante trattato dedicato alla professione forense. Quest'interessante opera è incentrata sulla libertà dell'Impero da condizionamenti del papa in merito all'elezione del titolare del Sacro Romano Impero. Un'ampia parte è dedicata all'analisi della Bolla d'Oro di Carlo IV, seguono osservazioni sulla dottrina e sulle successive costituzioni imperiali che si occuparono del tema della sovranità imperiale. Raro. Cfr. Kvk; Iccu. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Compendio dell'architettura generale di Vitruvio. Opera di Mons. Perrault Di nuovo compendiata, e ristretta nella presente traduzione italiana. Da C.C.C. Con le figure in Rame delineate, ed intagliate da Filippo Vasconi architetto e cittadino romano. Dedicata a S. E. l'eccellentiss. sig. Almoro' Grimani

      Venezia: appresso Girolamo Albrizzi, 1711 - In-8 (15,2 cm) (1) c. (antiporta in cornice e vignetta allegorica) (1) c. (carta ottocentesca con vita di Almorò Grimani manoscritta) (14) 56 7 (1) XI c. (di tav.) Cartoncino con piatti in carta marmorizzata; tassello in pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Testo divulgativo delle opere di Vitruvio ad opera di Claudio Perrault pubblicata in francese per ordine del re. Perrault Claudio (1613-1688) medico della facoltà di Parigi, Abbandonò la professione per darsi allo studio dell'architettura con cui s'acquistò una reputazione immortale: la bella facciata di Lovanio, dalla parte di San Germano d'Auxerre, il gran modello dell'Arco Trionfale in fine del Borgo S.Antonio, e l'Osservatorio furono eretti sopra i suoi disegni " Ladvocat "Diz. Stor. Port." Cicognara, n. 732; Fowler, n. 423; Morazzoni, p. 261. 18mo secolo

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        The History of the present Parliament...

      John Baker, 1711. 8vo (cm. 19), 4 cc.nn., 368 pp. Legatura coeva in piena pelle con cornice e fregi a secco ai piatti, nervi e titolo oro su doppio tassello al dorso. Cerniere consumate e allentate, tracce di usura al dorso. Nel complesso esemplare fresco e in buono stato di conservazione. Prima edizione. Goldsmith, n. 383

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        The History and Antiquities of the Exchequer of the Kings of England, In Two Periods: To wit, From the Norman Conquest, to the End of the Reign of K.John; and From the End of the Reign of K.John to the End of the Reign of K Edward II: Taken from Records....

      Bishops-Head in St Pauls Church-yard. London: Printed by John Matthews; and Sold by Robert Knaplock, 1711 A very good copy of the first edition in contemporary full-leather panelled calf binding. Thomas Madox, 1666-1727, was a historian and legal antiquary. He held the position of Historiographer Royal from 1708 until his death and was known for his discussion and publication of medieval legal documents. This work is in English but with 2 sections in Latin with separate title pages at the rear: 'Antiquus Dialogus de Scaccario' 1711, and 'Disceptatio Epistolaris de Magno Rotulo Scaccarij..'1711. These sections are credited to Richard FitzNeal (or Fitz-Nigell), 1130-1198. He was Henry II's Treasurer, and wrote the 'Dialogus' at Henry's request - setting out what was involved in Treasury work - an early manual. The binding has raised bands to spine and a handwritten title label in red and black. There is some splitting of the leather at the spine joints - at the top of the front joint and towards the bottom of the rear joint, but the binding is complete and the book is currently sound. The boards are clean with wear and leather loss at the corners. Internally there is the remains of an old ownership stamp to the fpd and a signature across the title page. Contents: initial blank; title page; dedications pp i-xviii; subscriber's list 2pp; text 752 pp - with engraving at p383; title page Antiquus Dialogus...; text 59 pp; title page Disceptio... (with further engraving in text)18 pp; table of contents 5 pp; explanations of abbreviations; blank. The contents are in very good clean condition, with the very occasional light stain or mark. The whole with decorative head and tailpieces and initial capitals. An important work.

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        Afbeelding van de zaal en 't praalbed waar op het lyk van zyne doorluchtige hoogheid den heere Willem Karel Hendrik Friso, Prinse van Oranje en Nassau [...]. Naauwkeuriglyk nageteekend door den Heere de Swart, architect van het hof; en in het kooper gebragt door Jan Punt. Amsterdam, François Changuion, 1752. Bound with: Lyk-staetsie van zyne doorluchtigste hoogheid den heere Willem Carel Hendrik Friso, Prince van Orange en Nassau. [...] Naeuwkeuriglyk nagetekent door P. van Cuyk, Junior. en in h

      Blindstamped vellum. Back slightly cracked, else a fine copy. [1] 2°: A4, with a full page engraved portrait of William IV and 4 double page engravings; [2] 2°: A-K2, paginated: 1-39, with 41 large double-page engravings. All plates engraved by Jan Punt (1711-1779). Both works appeared on the occasion of the death of Prince William IV of Orange in The Hague in the night of the 21st and 22nd October 1751. The first book has a description and four plates of the room in Huis ten Bosch with the death bed of the deceased and a ground plan of the same. The text of the second book -printed in both Dutch and French in two columns on each page- describes the funeral procession that took place on February 4th 1752 in Delft. Plate 41 is a large view of the Groote Markt in Delft with the New Church. B2280.

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        De’ Titoli. Opera Legale, Storica, Morale, Politica e Kavalleresca. Parte prima e seconda...

      appresso Anisson, Posuel e Rigaud, 1711. Folio (cm. 33,5), 18 cc.nn., 597(1) pp. Testo su due colonne. Bella legatura coeva in piena pergamena con nervi e titolo ms. al ds. Tagli azzurri. Le ultime tre carte con mancanza all’angolo inferiore che non interessano il testo. Ottimo esemplare. Edizione originale. Di estrema rarità. L’A. ricostruisce - attraverso un esame storico di grande erudizione concernente i Paesi europei - la nascita, l’uso e il valore giuridico dei titoli nobiliari, civili, cavallereschi e religiosi. Il presente volume fa parte della rarissima opera ‘Ateneo dell’uomo nobile...’ pubblicata a Venezia in cinque Tomi tra il 1704 ed il 1713. In particolare, solo queste due parti, che costituiscono il Tomo III, vennero stampate a Lione. Sempre in Venezia apparvero le parti terza e quarta che completano il terzo Tomo e trattano dell’Impero Ottomano e delle Monarchie e Repubbliche dell’Asia, dell’Africa e dell’America. Il volume qui descritto, pur essendo parte di un corpus più vasto, è da considerarsi in sè completo ed autonomo.

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