viaLibri Requires Cookies CLICK HERE TO HIDE THIS NOTICE

Displayed below are some selected recent viaLibri matches for books published in 1730


         Opticks: or, a Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Infections and Colours of Light. The Fourth Edition, corrected.

      London: Printed for William Innys, 1730. London:: Printed for William Innys, 1730., 1730. Sm. 8vo. [viii], 382, ads. [2] pp. 12 engraved folding plates [Book I: pt. 1, 5 pls.; Book II: pt. 2, 4 pls.; Second Book: Pt. I: 2 pls.; Book III: 1 pl.]; minor ms. annotation on p.1 [GT-xxx – ownership initials?]. Original full gilt-ruled calf, modern red gilt-stamped leather label; joints cracked (incl. middle of spine), kozo repairs to hinges, corners showing, short worm trail effecting rear board and extending (diminishing) to p.295, mild foxing. Notation on ffep "OT". Very good. NEWTON'S FINAL EDITION OF THE OPTICKS: Fourth edition, corrected. "This is the final edition, revised by Newton." "This new edition is carefully printed from the Third Edition, as it was corrected by the Author's own Hand, and left before his Death with the Bookseller." – Advertisement. "Newton's contributions to the science of optics – his discovery of the unequal refractions of rays of different color, his theory of color, and his investigations of 'Newton's rings,' to mention only a few of the most noteworthy – place him among the premier contributors to that science. … Today we recognize that his work on optics offers unique rewards in its exciting, innovative conjunction of physical theory, experimental investigation, and mathematics, and in the revealing glimpse that it provides of a crucial period in the evolution of experimental science." – Alan E. Shapiro, The Optical Papers of Isaac Newton: Volume 1, (1984), p. xi. This edition contains the full set of 11 Observations, and 31 queries or questions. As written by the respected Newton scholar, Richard S. Westfall, "From the perspective of natural philosophy, the 'Quaestiones' were the first of the series of speculations that form the warp on which he wove the fabric of his scientific career. Throughout his life, his speculations turned on a limited set of crucial phenomena which seem to have functioned in his eyes as keys to the understanding of nature. Nearly all of them appear in the 'Quaestiones.'" – Westfall, p. 96. "Whereas the Principia is a mathematical work involving intricate geometrical relationships and only a handful of major experiments, the Opticks overflows with detailed accounts of reflection and refraction, the separation of white light into the colors of the spectrum, the manner of the eye's operation, the formation of images by lenses, the colors of the rainbow, the construction of the reflecting telescope, and much more. Unable to contain himself, the author introduces many subjects that have little or nothing to do with the behaviour and analysis of light: metabolism and digestion, the circulation of the blood, the creation of the world and the Great Flood of Noah, the scientific method, even the images that haunt the dreams of madmen. Moreover, Newton wrote the Opticks in English, making its contents accessible to a far wider audience than the Principia, whose classical Latin had stymied many potential readers. His friend John Locke, who had only months to live, was baffled by the earlier work, but read the Opticks 'with pleasure, acquainting myself with everything in them.'" – Gale E. Christianson, Isaac Newton, Oxford University Press, 1996. Babson, 136 (v. I, pp. 68-9); Gray, Newton, p. 37. See: Richard S. Westfall, Never at Rest, p. 96.

      [Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books ]
 1.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


         The Proceedings at the Sessions of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, for the City of London and County of Middlesex . . . Being the First Sessions in the Mayoralty of the Right Honourable Sir Richard Brocas [etc.]. Numbers I-VIII [complete]. Quarto

      The complete Old Bailey sessions for the year, disclosing as no other source does the operation of London's most famous criminal court, over 375 cases heard, with the sentences imposed--death (55) and (the majority) transportation (257), inter alia. Modern calf-backed marbled boards, quite fresh and with ample margins, with ownership signatures of [Lord] Somerville; two complete copies in ESTC. Printed for T. Payne, at the Crown in Ivy-Lane [etc.], London, 1730-31.

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.]
 2.   Check availability:     Direct From Seller     Link/Print  


         Clavis Lingvae Sanctae novi testamentii aditvm aperiens vocvm significationes tvm generales, tvm speciales ordine concienno.

      Johann Felix Bielcke, Jena 1730 - 1088 pages p. Latin text Fine contemporary full vellum with titel on spine

      [Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat]
 3.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Reasons for the Necessity of Silent Waiting in Order to the Solemn Worship of God to which are added Several Quotations from Robert Barclay's Apology

      London: Printed. Philadelphia: Joseph Crukshank, 1730. Not stated. Hardcover. Good/None, as issued,. Tight-bound 8vo, each chapter separately paginated. Both covers are detached but extant. Contents are very neatly penned on the front pastedown, The book is toned, but pages are relatively pliable and not particularly fragile, very light foxing only on the second chapter from 1703. The covers are dinged, scuffed and tips are bumped. Needs binding repair, but otherwise is in very nice shape for age. More photos are available. Price reflects condition. A collection of Chapters written by different authors at different times and bound together. Includes the title piece and "The Possibility & Necessity of the Inward and Immediate Revelation of the Spirit of God Towards the Foundation and Ground of True Faith by Robert Barclay from 1703 (London). Thoughts on Reason and Revelation Particularly the Revelation of the Scriptures by Joseph Gurney Bevan from 1805 (London). Dissertations on the Nature and effect of Christian Baptism, Christian Communion and Religious Waiting Upon God to which are added, a few Reflections on the Oservance of Publick Fasts and Festivals by Joseph Phipps from 1731 (London). All Swearing Prohibited under the Gospel by Joseph Phipps, (1731) London. A vindication of the Religious Society called Quakers addressed to the Editors of the American Edition of Mosheim's Ecclesiastical History from S.C. Ustick, Mount Holly (1800). The Defence of Warner Mifflin Against Aspertions cast on him on Account of his endeavours to promote Righteousness, Mercy and Peace Among Mankind from 1796 (Philadelphia). Thoughts of the Lawfulness of War humbly submitted to the Serious Consideration of the Teachers of Every Church or Sect among Christians by a Clergyman of the Church of England from 1796 (London).

      [Bookseller: The Wright Book]
 4.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


         Bolzano

      1730. Incisione in rame, mm 210x305. Raro prospetto della città, da soggetto di F.B. Werner. Buono stato di conservazione generale, con leggere fioriture marginali.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s.]
 5.   Check availability:     maremagnum.com     Link/Print  


         Opticks: or, a Treatise of the Reflections, Refractions, Infections and Colours of Light. The Fourth Edition, corrected.

      Printed for William Innys, 1730., London: - Sm. 8vo. [viii], 382, ads. [2] pp. 12 engraved folding plates [Book I: pt. 1, 5 pls.; Book II: pt. 2, 4 pls.; Second Book: Pt. I: 2 pls.; Book III: 1 pl.]; minor ms. annotation on p.1 [GT-xxx â€" ownership initials?]. Original full gilt-ruled calf, modern red gilt-stamped leather label; joints cracked (incl. middle of spine), kozo repairs to hinges, corners showing, short worm trail effecting rear board and extending (diminishing) to p.295, mild foxing. Notation on ffep "OT". Very good. NEWTON'S FINAL EDITION OF THE OPTICKS: Fourth edition, corrected. "This is the final edition, revised by Newton." "This new edition is carefully printed from the Third Edition, as it was corrected by the Author's own Hand, and left before his Death with the Bookseller." â€" Advertisement. "Newton's contributions to the science of optics â€" his discovery of the unequal refractions of rays of different color, his theory of color, and his investigations of 'Newton's rings,' to mention only a few of the most noteworthy â€" place him among the premier contributors to that science. … Today we recognize that his work on optics offers unique rewards in its exciting, innovative conjunction of physical theory, experimental investigation, and mathematics, and in the revealing glimpse that it provides of a crucial period in the evolution of experimental science." â€" Alan E. Shapiro, The Optical Papers of Isaac Newton: Volume 1, (1984), p. xi. This edition contains the full set of 11 Observations, and 31 queries or questions. As written by the respected Newton scholar, Richard S. Westfall, "From the perspective of natural philosophy, the 'Quaestiones' were the first of the series of speculations that form the warp on which he wove the fabric of his scientific career. Throughout his life, his speculations turned on a limited set of crucial phenomena which seem to have functioned in his eyes as keys to the understanding of nature. Nearly all of them appear in the 'Quaestiones.'" â€" Westfall, p. 96. "Whereas the Principia is a mathematical work involving intricate geometrical relationships and only a handful of major experiments, the Opticks overflows with detailed accounts of reflection and refraction, the separation of white light into the colors of the spectrum, the manner of the eye's operation, the formation of images by lenses, the colors of the rainbow, the construction of the reflecting telescope, and much more. Unable to contain himself, the author introduces many subjects that have little or nothing to do with the behaviour and analysis of light: metabolism and digestion, the circulation of the blood, the creation of the world and the Great Flood of Noah, the scientific method, even the images that haunt the dreams of madmen. Moreover, Newton wrote the Opticks in English, making its contents accessible to a far wider audience than the Principia, whose classical Latin had stymied many potential readers. His friend John Locke, who had only months to live, was baffled by the earlier work, but read the Opticks 'with pleasure, acquainting myself with everything in them.'" â€" Gale E. Christianson, Isaac Newton, Oxford University Press, 1996. Babson, 136 (v. I, pp. 68-9); Gray, Newton, p. 37. See: Richard S. Westfall, Never at Rest, p. 96. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA]
 6.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Le Theatre des Grecs & Tragedies de Sophocle 1730 4vol

      - Le Theatre des Grecs par le R.P. Brumoy . Chez Rollin , Coignard 1730 et Tragedies de Sophocle traduites par M. Dupuis. Chez Bauche 1761. Frontispice,gravures in texte et hors texte, planche avec carte de la Grece. 4 volumes grand in-8°(26 x 20cm, 403pp+123pp+737pp+425pp+376pp) relià pleine basane. Usure aux coins. Dans le tome I le mors supà rieur est fendu sur 5cm et dans le tome IV le mors supà rieur est fendu sur 4cm et l'infà rieur sur 2cm. Bel intà rieur. Bon à tat gà nà ral.

      [Bookseller: Fleury & Bogs Iwona Fleury]
 7.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         The Hibernian Patriot: Being a Collection of the Drapier's Letters to the People of Ireland, Concerning Mr. Wood's Brass Half-Pence

      A. Moor [i.e. William Bowyer], [London] Printed at Dublin. London Reprinted 1730 - First London edition. [viii], 264 pp. 8vo. First London Edition of the Drapier Letters. The first London edition of Swift's pseudonymous letters, first issued separately in 1724, then collected first by the Dublin edition of 1725 under the title Fraud Detected.In 1722, the English Parliament granted to one William Wood, mine-owner and iron-monger, the right to coin the extravagant sum of £100,000 in copper half-pence. Swift was outraged at what he perceived not only as a swindle to advance the interests of a particular moneyed class, but also as one more example of the monstrous tyranny exercised by England over the Irish. In the persona of a humble shopkeeper, Swift attacked the proposal on several sound economic grounds and pushed his conclusions to their logical and absurd consequences. Having calculated the real (as opposed to the nominal) value of Wood's half-pence, and taking it for granted that bad money drives out good, Swift concludes hilariously that a lady going out shopping will need to be "followed by a Car loaded with Mr. Wood's money," and that a banker will need twelve hundred horse to carry the cash he needs in his bank. But there is also a thunderously Swiftian appeal to freedom: "Were not the people of Ireland born as free as those of England? How have they foreited their Freedom? Is not their Parliament as fair a Representative of the People, as that of England? And hath not their Privy Council as great or a greater share in the Administration of publick Affairs? Are they not subjects of the same King? Does not the same Sun shine over them? And have they not the same God for their Protector? Am I a Free-Man in England, and do I become a Slave in six hours by crossing the Channel?"Swift's "Drapier" urges a boycott of Wood's coins upon his countrymen: "If a Madman should come to my Shop with a Handful of Dirt raked out of the Kennel, and offer it in payment for Ten Yards of Stuff, I would Pity or Laugh at him, or, if his Behaviour deserved it, kick him out of my Doors. And if Mr. Wood comes to demand any Gold or Silver, or Commodities for which I have payed my Gold and Silver, in Exchange for his Trash, can he deserve or expect better treatment?"Swift's publication fanned the flames of controversy both in Ireland and England; and his victory was complete when by the end of August 1725, Wood's grant was withdrawn. "Precisely to what extent Swift had been instrumental in bringing it about can never be assessed. It is certain that he had many able helpers, as it is clear that the populace gave him pre-eminence, so that for the rest of his life he was the people's idol?" (Dobrée, English Literature in the Early Nineteenth Century 1700-1740, p. 439). Goldsmiths' 6798; Kress 3901; Rothschild 2095; Teerink 22 Contemporary Cambridge calf. Lacking spine label, rubbed, front cover detached, rear joint cracked [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
 8.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Antique Print-STATES OF HOLLAND AND WEST FRISIA-NETHERLANDS-Boitet-Philips-1730

      - Antique print, titled: 'Vergader-kamer van de Heeren Staten van Holland en Westvriesland.' - This spectacular plate shows the meeting room of the Lords of the States of Holland and West Frisia in Den Haag / The Hague, The Netherlands. Copperplate engraving / etching with hand colouring on hand laid paper. Description: Beschrijving van 's Gravenhage.', by Mr.Jacob Riemer (1676-1762), published in Delft by Reinier Boitet, 1730. With many beautiful engravings of important buildings, churches, monasteries, manors and castles of The Hague, current location of the Dutch Government in the Netherlands.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Jan Caspar Philips' after an anonymous artist. Jacob de Riemer (1676-1762), the author of the most famous description of Hague in the 18th century. Associated artists and engravers with this work are: Gerrit van Giesen(1692-1750), Jan Caspar Phillips (1700-1765) and F.v.Bleyswyck. Published by Reinier Boitet (1680-1750). Condition: Good, given age. Margins with some small tears. Some repaired tears in the image, hardly visble on recto. Original folds as issued. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B5-13 The overall size is ca. 28.9 x 20.7 inch. The image size is ca. 27 x 19.6 inch. The overall size is ca. 73.3 x 52.6 cm. The image size is ca. 68.7 x 49.7 cm.

      [Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector]
 9.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         L’Art de toute sort de chasse et de pêche. Avec celui de guerir les Chevaux, les Chiens, & les Oiseaux. Et un Dictionnaire de la Chasse et de la Pêche; avec une explications des termes de la Fauconnerie, mis en Dialogue. Tome premier (e Tome second)

      Chez les frères Bruyset, 1730. 12mo (cm. 16,5), 2 Voll., 8 cc.nn., 393(2) pp.; 8 cc.nn., 436 pp. Legature coeve in piena pelle con nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello al dorso. Tagli rossi. Eccellente esemplare della seconda rara edizione (la prima è del 1719). Thiebaud, 44. Provenienza: collezione Bibliotheca Tiliana (ex libris al contropiatto e minuscoli timbretti al verso del frontespizio e in fine).

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.]
 10.   Check availability:     maremagnum.com     Link/Print  


         Hell-leuchtender Cluverianischer Spiegel der gantzen Welt, darinn ein curieuser Liebhaber derselben, vermittels vier und dreyßig absonderlicher Blicke, alle Reiche und Länder, samt ihren unterhabenden Städten, Vestungen und Schlössern, in Europa, Asia, Africa und America, nach Genüge beschauen, und ihme, nechst Beyhülffe fleißigen Nachdenckens, dieselben auff das alleraccurateste seinem Gedächtnus einverleiben kan. In dieses nervose Compendium mit grosser Mühe und Fleiß gebracht . von Geo-Cosmophilo.

      Nürnberg Buggel und Seitz 1730 - Mit gestochenem Frontispiz und 4 gefalteten Kupferstich-Karten. Doppeltitel, 10 nn. Bl., 735 S., 40 nn. Bl. 14 x 8,5 cm. Lederband der Zeit (Rücken restauriert). (052). Vgl. NDB III, 295 f. - Deutsche Bearbeitung von Clüvers, erstmalig 1624 erschienenen "Introductionis in universam geographiam". Der Geograph und Historiker Philipp Clüver (1580-1622) gilt als Begründer der historischen Geographie. "Sein postum erschienenes geographisches Elementarbuch hat, obwohl das schwächste seiner Werke, in zahlreichen Auflagen und Bearbeitungen ein Jahrhundert lang als Grundlage des Geographieunterrichts gedient" (NDB). - Mit kleinen Landkarten von Europa, Asien, Afrika und Amerika. - Vorsatz angeschmutzt und mit zeitgenössischem Besitzvermerk, Hintersatz erneuert. Mitunter etwas gebräunt und fleckig. - Selten! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Sächsisches Auktionshaus & Antiquariat]
 11.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Les Philosophes, Comédie, en trois actes, en vers. Représentée pour la première fois par les Comédiens François ordinaires du Roi, le 2 Mai 1760. A Paris, chez Duchesne, 1760. RELIE AVEC (en tête): 2). [ MORELLET (André) ]. Préface de la Comédie des Philosophes. A Paris, chez l'Auteur de la Comédie, 1760. 3). [ COSTE D'ARNOBAT (Charles-Pierre) ]. Le Philosophe, Ami de tout le monde, ou Conseils désintéressés aux littérateurs. Par M.L C qui n'est point littérateur. A Sophopolis, chez le Pacifique, 1760. 4). QU'EST-CE (Les) ? À l'auteur de la Comédie des Philosophes. S.l., 1760. 5). [ LA CONDAMINE (Charles-Marie de) ]. Les Quand adressés à M. Palissot, et publiés par lui-même. S.l., 1760. 6). VENGEANCE (La) de Thalie, poème critique de la pi

      - 7 ouvrages en 1 volume in-12. 1). 2ff. 91pp. 2ff. 1 planche dépliante hors-texte. 2). Frontispice. 20pp. 3). 36pp. 1 planche dépliante hors-texte. 4). 32pp. 5). 23pp. 6). 14pp. 7). 23pp. Plein veau, dos lisse orné (reliure de l'époque restaurée). 1). Edition Originale de cette féroce satire contre les encyclopédistes à l'origine d'une violente polémique entre les philosophes et leurs détracteurs. Palissot de Montenoy (1730-1834) avait déjà en 1755 réalisé une première attaque lors de la publication de sa comédie intitulée "Le Cercle" dans laquelle il s'en prenait à Rousseau, mais le scandale n'éclata qu'à la parution du présent ouvrage. Exaspérés par le succès de la pièce, les philosophes contre-attaquèrent par la publication de multiples pamphlets. "Cette pièce, pétillante d'esprit et de malignité, et où l'on trouve des scènes excellentes et quelques caractères piquants de vérité et que tout Paris reconnut, obtint un succès prodigieux, quoiqu'au fond elle manque d'invention et d'intérêt, et que le plan en soit trop servilement calqué sur celui des 'Femmes savantes'. Tout le parti philosophique se déchaina contre Palissot. Il parut une foule de pamphlets virulents, dans lesquels il est tout naturel de penser que la mesure fut souvent dépassée, à l'exemple de celui qui le premier avait soulevé cette guerre" (Quérard). Vignette gravée sur cuivre à la page de titre. 2). Edition Originale de cette riposte de l'abbé Morellet (1727-1819) à la comédie de Palissot. Cet "écrit plein de verve spirituelle et mordante" (Larousse) eut un grand succès, mais fit mettre son auteur à la Bastille en raison d'une attaque lancée contre la princesse de Robecq. La pièce fut également imprimée dans le "Recueil des facéties parisiennes" en 1760. 3). Edition Originale de cette pièce de Charles-Pierre Coste d'Arnobat (1732-1808) dans laquelle il se présente comme un "médiateur impartial" dans la querelle des philosophes avant de prendre parti pour Palissot. 4). Edition Originale de ce libelle paru sous le voile de l'anonymat. Construit sur un jeu de questions/réponses, il est une féroce critique de la comédie de Palissot et des mœurs scandaleuses de son auteur. 5). Edition Originale de ce violent pamphlet de Charles-Marie de La Condamine (1701-1774) dans lequel il dresse une satire au vitriol de Palissot. "Quand on a prostitué sa femme à Nancy et à Paris, et qu'on l'a fait renfermer lorsqu'elle n'a plus été lucrative, on ne doit pas accuser les philosophes de n'être ni Amans, ni Maris". 6). Edition Originale. Ce poème anonyme est une critique à la fois de la comédie de Palissot, "un verbiage habillant des noirceurs", mais aussi une attaque contre le théâtre de l'époque dont l'auteur condamne la décadence. 7). Edition Originale de cette réponse de Palissot aux critiques des encyclopédistes devant servir de préface à la Comédie. Le recueil est illustré de 3 gravures sur cuivre in-texte qui proviennent de l'édition de la Comédie et qui ont été, dans notre exemplaire, réparties à différents endroits. D'eux d'entre elles représentent des scènes phares de l'intrigue et l'autre montre une médaille adjugée à l'auteur pour la réalisation de sa Comédie. Rousseurs. 1). Cioranescu, II, p. 48811. Quérard, VI, p. 566. 2). Barbier, III, p. 990. 3). Barbier, III, p. 872. Quérard, II, p. 299. 5). Barbier, III, p. 1118. 7). Barbier, II, p. 1174. Cioranescu, II, p. 48775. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librería Comellas]
 12.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Historia der Augspurgischen Confession auf gnädigsten Befehl Des Durchlauchtigsten Fürstern und Herrn, Herrn Friederichs des Andern, Hertzogens zu Sachsen-Gotha, aus denen Original-Acten beschrieben ; Am Ende ist die ungeaenderte Augspurgische Confession, nebst nuetzlichen Beylagen, zu finden. Angebunden: Confessio, oder Bekentnues des Glaubens etlicher Fürsten und Stedte, überantwortet Keyserlicher Maiestat auf dem reichstag gehalten, Augspurg 1530 ebd. ebd.; angeb. Historisches Jubel-Gespräche Jm Reiche derer Todten, Zwischen Dem theuren Rüstzeug Gottes D. Martin Luthern, Und dem bekannten Ablaß-Krämer Johann Tetzeln, Worinnen beyder Personen gantz sonderbarer Lebens-Wandel, wie auch die gantze Geschicht der Reformation und Ablaß-Kram, ne

      Augsburg, Johann Andreas Reyher., 1730 - [Titel in rot/schwarz gedruckt] 28 S. 307 [1] S.; 240 S./ 40 S. : 136 S. durchpaginiert mit drei gestochenen Frontispiz und einer gestochenen ausfaltbaren Tafeln, d.i.: [gest. Frontisp. [2] Bl.,S. 1-40; S. [41] - 84 : gest. Frontisp. [2] Bl., S. 86 - 136 : .] zu 1: ADB IV,668; Schottenloher 34523; Erste Ausgabe; Ernst Salomon Cyprian (1673 - 1745) war Gothaischer Kirchenrat und hatte die Aufsicht über die Studien der Prinzen des Hauses Sachsen-Gotha. Sprache: Deutsch Quarto, Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder]
 13.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Charte worauf in einem Begriff und Anblick alle Naturliche und Kunst-Termini oder Wörter benenet.// Mappa Geographiae Naturalis sive Tabella Synoptica.

      Seutter 1730 - Seutter Augsburg 1730 copper engraved map with original colouring; plate size 50 x 56 cm. engraved and published by Seutter; a very unusual map, demonstrating cartographic terms, symbols and depictions of landforms. fold as issued; some major tears expertly repaired with repair paper on verso visible; green showing through; c’fold re-inforced; on verso: hand written annotation; o/w g cond. [ref: 2875 ]

      [Bookseller: Angelika C. J. Friebe Ltd. - MapWoman]
 14.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         RECENS ELABORATA MAPPA GEOGRAPHICA REGNI BRASILIAE IN AMERICA MERIDIONALI.’. Map of Brazil with large figurative cartouche. Published by

      Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1730 - 49x56cm. Cartouche uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Garwood & Voigt]
 15.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Mappa Imperii Moscovitici pars septretionalis adornata.

      Augsburg, Seutter, 1730 - 54,5 . 63 cm. Contemporary coloured copper engraving with cartouche. Fine map in contemporary colouring.

      [Bookseller: Michael Steinbach Rare Books]
 16.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         The Author's Farce; and the Pleasures of the Town. As Acted at the Theatre in the Hay-Market. Written by Scriblerus Secundus

      J. Roberts, London 1730 - First edition. [viii], 59, [5] pp. 8vo. Fielding's First Popular Success. First edition of Fielding's third play, a comic ballad opera in the mold of Gay's Beggar's Opera; it ran for 41 nights in its first season and was subsequently revived. "In March 1730 at the Little Haymarket Theatre he had his first popular success with The Author's Farce; its third act, entitled 'The Pleasures of the Town', was played by actors who impersonated puppets representing well-known personalities of the day" (ODNB).ESTC notes two variant woodcut headpiece on B1, with either a head or, as in the present copy, an enthroned Cupid. A scarce title; ABPC records only one copy at auction in the past 35 years. Cross III, p. 290-1; ESTC N15803. Provenance: Bernard Quaritch (pencil note on rear pastedown); Louis & Anne Marie Davidson (bookplate) Period paneled calf. Some pale browning and spotting at margins, small closed tear to top margin of title and chip to following leaf [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA]
 17.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Prospect, Grundris und Gegent der Königl. Schwed. Vestung Stralsund... Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte von Homann, um 1730. 49 x 57,7 cm.

       1730 Unkoloriertes Panorama mit allegorischer Staffage im Fußsteg. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
 18.   Check availability:     buchfreund.de     Link/Print  


         Antique Master Print-STAGES OF HUMAN LIFE-AGES-FLUTE-CHERUB-Ravenet-Titian-1730

      - Plate: 'La Vie Humaine'. (The human life). Allegory on three ages of life, after Titian; landscape with in the right foreground, seated on the ground, a naked young man and a woman playing flute, on the left a winged putto stepping over two sleeping children, and beyond an old man contemplating a skull. Rare. Etching and engraving on a verge type handlaid paper. Description: Published ca. 1730. Our definition of a Master Print is a seperately published print or series of prints, not being an illustrative print to a text. These can both be prints made by old masters (artists) or prints made by others (artists, engravers, etchers) after old masters.Artists and Engravers: This plate engraved by Simon Francois Ravenet (1706 - 1774), French engraver. After the original by Titian / Tiziano Vecellio (1485/89-1576). Condition: Good. General age related toning. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: B26-29 The overall size is ca. 17.1 x 13.2 inch. The image size is ca. 14.4 x 10.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 43.5 x 33.5 cm. The image size is ca. 36.5 x 26.5 cm.

      [Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector]
 19.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Les Amazones révoltées; roman moderne en forme de parodie, sur l'Histoire Universelle, et la Fable: avec des notes politiques sur les travaux d'Hercule, la Chevalerie-Militaire, et la Découverte du Nouveau-Monde, &c. &c. &c.

      A Rotterdam, M D CC XXX., (1730), - in-8vo, 4 ff. (titre - personnages - l?idée du sujet + 1 f. blanche) + 274 p. + 4 ff. (2 ff. d'errata: fautes a corr. - autres fautes + 2 ff. blanches), reliure pleine veau, dos richement orné or, coins touchés, pages de gardes d?origine, tranches rouges. Edition originale rare de ce livre singulier. Malgré le titre, ce "roman moderne" est en fait une pièce de théâtre tout à la fois utopique, parodique et facétieuse. La scène se passe dans l'île d'Aea en Asie mineure où l'auteur suppose que vivent de nouvelles Amazones qui veulent s'affranchir du joug du Grand-Seigneur. Mais cette guerre se passe "sans aucun carnage. On n'emploie pour vaincre que les mouvemens impétueux, qu'alument dans l'âme des humains la séduisante passion de l'Amour, les surprises de l'Ivresse, & l'insatiable fureur de courir à l'Argent". Cette pièce de théâtre est suivie de non moins curieuses dissertations qui forment la seconde moitié de l'ouvrage : Notes politiques sur la chevalerie militaire, longue dissertation historique sur la chevalerie, les chevaliers errants et les coutumes de l'adoubement ; et une singulière dissertation dans laquelle l'auteur prétend que c'est Hercule qui a découvert l'Amérique où il situe le jardin des Hespérides. L'édition de 1738 du même ouvrage porte un titre modifié mais il s'agit de la même édition dont seul le titre a été changé. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Soleinne, 1756; Versins, 879; Cioranescu, 39009; Sabin - [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
 20.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Autograph Letter Signed Portsmouth, July 10, 1789 to John Langdon, New York City

      folio, two pages of a four page bi-folium, some splits along folds, remains of sealing wax on integral address leaf, docketed "Jo Whipples Letter." In very good, clean and legible condition.Joseph Whipple, collector of customs at Portsmouth, (brother of General William Whipple 1730 - 1785 revolutionary War General and Signer from New Hampshire) writes to John Langdon (1741 - 1819) Senator and first President pro-tem of the Senate, thanking Langdon for his help and influence in obtaining a post in the new government and comments upon the recent establishment of the Federal court and judicial system. Langdon, a Portsmouth native, was the right person to ask as he was also a friend of the President, George Washington. "Dear SirI have the Honour this moment to receive your favour of the 5th & am much obliged by your kind assurances of attention to my business and also for having seasonably lodged my name with the President - I should have wrote now to him agreeably to your intimation but am discouraged from the consideration of his having no personal knowledge of me and that it might on that account appear and interested application which might operate to my disadvantage - and I conceive also that your influence with the President on which I have rested my expectation is such as I need wish no other. - But if you conceive that it would be of use to hand my name with your recommendation to Mr. Vice President, to Mr. Morris, Mr. R H Lee, Mr. Dalton, your Colleagues or others as you may think proper, I should consider myself further & greatly obliged - but I think your interest requires no aid - as it will of course be represented by you that I am in the office of Colltr. - To some of the names that I have mentioned I am known - others of them were formerly either officially connected or intimately acquainted with my Brother on which account I should have applyd to them for their influence - I imagine also that all appointments will be completed tin a few days if not by this. - You will hear that the Judiciary bill is not relishd this way, I have not seen it, but think that the plan of one Judge to the District Court would be an objectionable one to most people in the Northern states - and the joining the Prov of Maine to N. H. districts no less so to N. H. - However the Acts may be finishd I hope & trust they will terminate in a system that will insure Peace and a happy Government.."John Langdon (brother of Woodbury Langdon) was a merchant, Delegate and Senator from New Hampshire. He was active and prominent supporter of the revolutionary movement, member of the Continental Congress 1775-76, participated in the Battle of Bennington and commanded a company at Saratoga and in Rhode Island. Member of the State senate 1784, President of New Hampshire, 1785, 1788; again a member of the Continental Congress 1787, delegate to the Federal Constitutional Convention in 1787; member of the state ratifying convention elected to the United States Senate and served from March 4, 1789 until March 3, 1801. He was elected the first President pro tempore of the Senate on April 6, 1789, in order that the Senate might organize to count the electoral vote for President and Vice President of the United States.American National Biography, vol. 13, pp.138-139Dictionary of American Biography, vol. 5, pt. 2, pp., 587-588

      [Bookseller: Michael Brown Rare Books, LLC ]
 21.   Check availability:     ABAA     Link/Print  


         Asmodaeus, Der hinckende Ehe-Teufel. Ein Sing-Spiel von dreyen Handlungen nebst einem Zwischen-Spiel: Die verstellten und wahrsagenden Zigeuner. Die Musik zu diesem Singspiele sowol, als zum Ballet ist allhier ganz neu Componirt von Herrn Anton Götzlicher.

      Mit Holzschnitt-Vignette auf Titel. 41 S. Rückenbroschur. Nicht bei Fromm und Hayn-Got. über KVK nur die deutsche Erstausgabe von 1730 nachweisbar, diese völlige Umarbeitung des erotischen Klassikers "Diable boiteux" zum Singspiel und Ballett ist für mich nicht nachweisbar.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
 22.   Check availability:     booklooker.de     Link/Print  


         Le Nouveau Gulliver,

      Paris: chez la veuve Clouzier et François le Breton, , 1730. ou Voyage de Jean Gulliver, fils du capitaine Gulliver. Traduit d'un manuscrit anglois, par monsieur L.D.F. 2 volumes bound in one, small octavo (98 x 160 mm). Contemporary brown calf, dark green and brown morocco labels, raised bands, compartments elaborately decorated in gilt with central floral tools, all edges red, marbled endpapers. Complete with the half-titles. Gathering of signature e in first volume misbound in the wrong order but complete. Hand-coloured woodcut head- and tailpieces and historiated capitals. Late 19th or early 20th-century ownership stamp to front free endpaper verso. Some insect damage to boards and spine, front joint cracked but still holding firm. Gathering of signature e in first volume misbound in the wrong order but complete; a good copy. First edition of Desfontaines's imitation of Gulliver's Travels, preceding the Amsterdam edition of the same year. Pierre Desfontaines's unauthorised sequel followed on the success of his translation of Gulliver's Travels (published in 1727, the first Paris edition of Swift's work). The Nouveau Gulliver's title pages' spuriously claim that it was "traduit d'un manuscrit anglois". However, the preface states that Le Nouveau Gulliver is not a continuation of Swift's Gulliver, "ce n'est ni le même Voïageur, ni le même genre d'avantures, ni le même goût d'allegorie. La seule conformité est dans nom de Gulliver". Ironically enough Le Nouveau Gulliver was translated into English by J. Lockman the following year, as The Travels of Mr. John Gulliver, Son to Capt. Lemuel Gulliver.

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington]
 23.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  


         Le Nouveau Gulliver, ou Voyage de Jean Gulliver, fils du capitaine Gulliver. Traduit d'un manuscrit anglois, par monsieur L.D.F.

      Paris: chez la veuve Clouzier et François le Breton, 1730 - 2 volumes bound in one, small octavo (98 x 160 mm). Contemporary brown calf, dark green and brown morocco labels, raised bands, compartments elaborately decorated in gilt with central floral tools, all edges red, marbled endpapers. Complete with the half-titles. Gathering of signature e in first volume misbound in the wrong order but complete. Late 19th or early 20th-century ownership stamp to front free endpaper verso. Some insect damage to boards and spine, front joint cracked but still holding firm. Gathering of signature e in first volume misbound in the wrong order but complete; a good copy. Hand-coloured woodcut head- and tailpieces and historiated capitals. First edition of Desfontaines's imitation of Gulliver's Travels, preceding the Amsterdam edition of the same year. Pierre Desfontaines's unauthorised sequel followed on the success of his translation of Gulliver's Travels (published in 1727, the first Paris edition of Swift's work). The Nouveau Gulliver's title pages' spuriously claim that it was "traduit d'un manuscrit anglois". However, the preface states that Le Nouveau Gulliver is not a continuation of Swift's Gulliver, "ce n'est ni le même Voïageur, ni le même genre d'avantures, ni le même goût d'allegorie. La seule conformité est dans nom de Gulliver". Ironically enough Le Nouveau Gulliver was translated into English by J. Lockman the following year, as The Travels of Mr. John Gulliver, Son to Capt. Lemuel Gulliver. Howgego V D16; Teerink & Scouten 1238. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member]
 24.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Rare Proof-Antique Master Print-GENRE-PROOF-BOY-HAT-French School-ca. 1730

      - Antique Master Print, untitled. A boy with his hat pulled over his face is carried towards a group of men (one holding scissors) by two ladies. Etching on hand laid paper. Watermark: Coat of arms Description: Source unknown, to be determined. State: First state of 2? Ref: Undescribed Very interesting proof with a maculature impression verso.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'French School' after an anonymous artist. French School Condition: Very good, given age. Margins cropped to the platemark. Sheet a little browned, some small tears in the margins. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Q2-250 LATPC The overall size is ca. 14.4 x 11.4 inch. The image size is ca. 14.4 x 11.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 36.7 x 29 cm. The image size is ca. 36.7 x 29 cm. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector]
 25.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Ingermanlandiae seu Ingriae novissima.

      Norimberga, 1730 - Incisione in rame, mm 470x555, dipinta d'epoca. Interessante carta geografica, molto detagliata con due bei cartigli in basso e la veduta, mm 150x250 in alto a sinistra della citt? S. Pietroburgo raffigurante il fiume Neva. La dicitura "Eredi Homann" distingue l'attivit? tipografica intrapresa dai figli e generi di J.B. Homann, nato a Norimberga nel 1663. Questi, dopo l'apprendistato presso D. Funk e G. Sandrart, nel 1702 iniziÚ una propria produzione cartografica, raggiungendo ben presto un notevole successo per l'eleganza e la modernit?, ben amalgamando aspetto scientifico e decorativo. Nel 1707 pubblicÚ il primo atlante, arricchendolo rapidamente fino a superare il centinaio di carte con il ''Grosser Atlas" di 126 carte. MorÏ nel 1723.Bell'esemplare, ottimo stato di conservazione. cartografia.

      [Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini]
 26.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Gratz, capitale du Duché de Stirie". Kupferstich. Aus: Pieter van der Aa, La galerie agreable du monde.

      Leiden, Van der Aa, (ca. 1730). - Nebehay-W. 1, 77a - Nicht bei Zahn. - Das vorliegende Blatt stammt aus der "Galerie agreable" , dem wahrscheinlich größten je erschienen Kupferstichwerk, das in einer Auflage von nur 100 Exemplaren erschienen ist. Das vorliegende Blatt basiert, wie viele Blätter des 17. und frühen 18. Jahrhunderts, auf der großen Graz-Ansicht von Wenzel Hollar. Die Ansicht selbst ist hier nur ca. 11 cm x 15 cm groß, die Gesamtgröße ergibt sich durch die architektonische - von einer zweiten Kupferplatte gedruckten - Umrahmung. - Im breiten weißen oberen und unteren Rand Wurmspuren. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0

      [Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat]
 27.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Introductio in notitiam rerum naturalium et arte factarum, quarum in communi vita, sed praecipue in medicina usus est; exponens materiam medicam ., medicamenta composita. una cum terminis apud Botanicos, Chemicos & Pharmacopaeos vulgo receptis. Per Alphabeti ordinem digessit. 2 Bände. (mehr nicht erschienen). Den Haag, P. Gosse 1743. 4°. 41 Bll., 1102 S.; 2 Bll., 1230 S., 1 Bl., mit 2 (wdh.) Titelkupferstichen, Ldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch. u. reicher Rverg.

      - Krieg, MNE II, 167 - Hirsch V, 27 - nicht in Wellcome, Osler, Lesky, etc.- Sehr seltenes, Medizinisch-, pharmazeutisch-, botanisches Lexikon; Bd. 1 enth. den Buchstaben A; Bd. 2 die Buchstaben B u. C (mehr nicht erschienen). Johann Christoph Rieger war 1730 Leibarzt der Zarin Anna Ivanovna sowie 1732-34 Archiater und Chef des Medicinalwesens in Russland.- In vorliegendem Buch veröffentlichte er ohne Recht das geheime Einbalsamierungssystem "Ruysch" und eine Studie von L. Blumentrost über die therapeutische Wirkung der Mineralwasser von Olonec.- Kupferstich von Besoet nach Keller.- Leicht gebräunt u. tls. etw. braunfleckig, Ebde. etw. berieben u. mit winzigen Wurmspuren, insges. aber schönes Exemplar.# Very rare, medical, pharmaceutical, botanical lexicon; volume 1 contains the letter A; volume 2, the letters B & C (no more published).- With a title-page engraved vignette signed "Keller pinxit" and "Besoet sculp." - Title-page printed in red and black.- Rieger announced, without any right, the secret embalming system Ruysch and likewise reprinted Lawrence Blumentrosta study of ferruginous waters in the province Olonets.- Slightly browned, binding slightly rubbed, overall fine copy. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
 28.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Asiae Recentissima Delineatio.

      1730 - Nurnberg c1730- orig. col. copper engr. map; 49 x 56 cm; some slight foxing and browning; c?fold discoloured; plate slightly rubbed, o/w vg cond. A charming map of the Asian continet with a very decorative title cartouche and vignette. Homann was a self-taught engraver from Swabia, Germany, who worked for Funck, von Sandrat et al before he started his own business in 1702, publishing and compiling his own atlases. In 1715, he became geographer to the Holy Roman Emperor. After his death in 1724, he was succeeded by his son, Johann Christoph (1703 - 1730). [ref: 2135 ]

      [Bookseller: Angelika C. J. Friebe Ltd. - MapWoman]
 29.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Sammelband mit vier Werken Dichtung des Barock und der Frühaufklärung.

      - Verschiedene Druckorte u. Verlage, ca. 1730-41. Interimspappband d. Zeit mit neuem Rückenschild (wasserfleckig u. berieben). 1. (C. E. STEINBACH; pseud.: C. E.SIEBRAND). Johann Christian Günthers Des berühmten Schlesischen Dichters Leben und Schrifften. Schlesien (d. i. Breslau, Meyer), 1738. 8 Bl., 168 S. - Erste Ausgabe. - Enthält die erste Bibliographie der Schriften Günthers durch den Gottsched-Gegner Steinbach. - Goed. III, 350, 16; Jantz 2405; Faber du Faur 1659; Weller, Druckorte II, 80. - 2. M. HEMME. Teutsche Gedichte. Bautzen, D. Richter, 1741. 208 S. - Nach dem Vorwort wohl erste Ausgabe der ersten Veröffentlichung, denn "Meine armen Musen zeigen sich hiermit der Welt zum erstenmahle" (Vorrede). Enthält im "ersten Teil" geistliche, moralische, satirische, sinnreiche und Scherzgedichte (z. B. "Ein Welt-Weiser soll nicht heyrathen"); einen zweiten Teil enthält der Band nicht. - Nicht in den Barockbibl., Pseud.-Lexika, Goed. u. Krieg. - 3. J. RACHEL. Zehn Neu verbesserte Teutsche Satyrische Gedichte. Zum fünfften mahl aufgelegt. Freyburg (d.i. Kopenhagen, W. Lamprecht, ca. 1730). 144 S. - Zweite Kopenhagener Ausgabe. Zuerst 1664 mit nur sechs Satiren erschienen, erweitert auf zehn erstmals 1700. Satire 9 und 10 stammen nicht von Rachel. Der norddeutsche Dichter verstand sich als Opitz-Anhänger. Seine Satiren im Stil des Strafgedichts fanden in der Aufklärung keine Aufnahme mehr. - Dünnhaupt 7.8; Jantz 2061; Hayn/Gotendorf IV, 52 und VI, 345; Goed. III,237,14,4; Borchling/Claussen 4378 (mit dem folgenden als eine zusammenhängende Ausgabe aufgefaßt). - 4. (J. LAUREMBERG; pseud.:) H. W. L.ROST. De veer olde berömede Schertz-Gedichte. In't Nedderdütsch gerymet. "Gedrücket in düssem itzigen Jahr" (ca. 1730). 136 S. - Die vier satirischen Gedichte erschienen erstmals 1652 und gelten als eines der letzten bedeutenden Zeugnisse der mittelniederdeutschen Dichtung. Der in Kopenhagen tätige Lauremberg sah seine Dichtung als konservatives Gegenstück zu "modernen" Tendenzen der Zeit (französischen Einfluß, höfische Literatur). - Dünnhaupt 22.17; Jantz 1586; Hayn/Gotendorf IV, 52; Goed. III, 236, 13, 9. - Nach Papier und Typographie kann man für die meist zusammengebundenen Drucke 3 und 4 ein identischer Druckort und -zeitpunkt angenommen werden (in diesem Fall nach Dünnhaupt: Kopenhagen, Lamprecht, ca. 1730. Borchling/Claussen geben eine Gesamtkollation für die zusammengebundene Ausgabe und vermuten Hamburg um 1742. Jantz hat dieselben Ausgaben in einem Band, schreibt sie jedoch weiter (wie Goedeke und Hayn/Gotendorf) Berlin ca. 1742 (3) und Bremen 1700-1709 (4) zu. - Unbeschnitten, Teil III und IV unaufgeschnitten. Etwas wasserrandig, teils leicht gebräunt. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip]
 30.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Memorie delle cose notabili successe in Milano intorno al mal contaggioso l'anno 1630 [..].

      nelle Stampe di Giuseppe Maganza, 1730. In-4° (cm. 19), legatura coeva in cartonato marmorizzato con titolo anticamente ms. su etichetta al dorso, tagli spruzzati;pp. [8] 92 in ottimo stato, capilettera in silografia; piccola traccia di sporco al solo angolo interno del frontespizio. Edizione originale rarissima. «E' tratta evidentemente da scritto inedito di autore vissuto al tempo della pestilenza» [A. Manzoni. I Promessi sposi. Lugano Veladini 1828, III, 191n.]. Cfr. Predari 137. Ottimo esemplare.

      [Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi]
 31.   Check availability:     maremagnum.com     Link/Print  


         Den Haag, Malieveld, Prinsessegracht en Korte Voorhout - Leonard Schenk, ca. 1730.

      DEN HAAG VANAF HET MALIEVELD?Gesigt van het Nieuwe Voor-hout, uyt het bosch tot ?s Gravenhage?. Gravure met ets gedrukt van twee koperen platen, ca. 1730 los uitgegeven door Leonhard Schenk. Later met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 64 x 103 cm.In het bos, net buiten de stad, is het een drukte van belang. Het gaat om zien en gezien worden. Links de Koekamp, rechts voor de brug de wachtpost. De Bosbrug voert ons vanaf het Malieveld in de richting van het Korte Voorhout. Over de brug de (naar Amalia van Solms vernoemde) Prinsessegracht. Op de hoek van de Prinsessegracht en de Korte Voorhout twee statige panden. Het linker ?Huis aan de Boschkant? werd in de eerste helft van de 18de-eeuw bewoond door de raadspensionaris van Holland, Simon van Slingelandt, en door Rudolph Ulrich Freiherr von Spr?cken, gezant van de Engelse koning in diens hoedanigheid van keurvorst van Hannover. Het pand werd bij een bombardement verwoest in 1945, nu staat er het Ministerie van Financi?n. Het rechter hoekhuis werd in eerste helft van de 18de-eeuw bewoond door Charles de Montmoulin, kolonel bij de Zwitserse Gardes, zijn weduwe Ida Valckenier en vervolgens Johanna van Breugel Vrijvrouwe van Heenvliet en haar erven. Het werd afgebroken in 1914. Rechts er naast ligt de Geschutgieterij, waar de er langs lopende Kanonstraat ons tegenwoordig nog aan herinnert.Op de achtergrond zien we de Grote Kerk en langs de skyline de toppen van onder andere de Nieuwe Kerk, Binnenhof, en Kloosterkerk.Prijs: ? 6.450,- (incl. lijst).

      [Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE]
 32.   Check availability:     NVvA     Link/Print  


         Rare Large Antique Print-THE HAGUE-BIRD'S EYE VIEW-PANORAMA-Riemer-Boitet-1730

      - Antique print, titled: 's Graven-hage. Zoo als dezelve zig in den jaar 1730 aan de zyde van het Bosch vertoont' (place in the book: vol 1 p 71). It shows a spectacular bird's eye view of The Hague, as it was in 1730. Original etching/engraving on a hand laid (verge) type paper with watermark (not visible in every sheet). Description: This attractive original old antique print / plate originates from: 'Beschrijving van 's Gravenhage.', by Mr.Jacob Riemer (1676-1762), published in Delft by Reinier Boitet, 1730. With many beautiful engravings of important buildings, churches, monasteries, manors and castles of The Hague, current location of the Dutch Government in the Netherlands.Artists and Engravers: Author: Mr. Jacob de Riemer (1676-1762), the author of the most famous description of Hague in the 18th century. Associated artists and engravers with this work are: Gerrit van Giesen(1692-1750), Jan Caspar Phillips (1700-1765) and F.v.Bleyswyck. Published by Reinier Boitet (1680-1750). Condition: Good, given age. Several original folds, as issued. The middle fold is restored using contemporary paper backed with acid free archival tape. Image browned in one of the folds. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: A280-09 The overall size is ca. 39.4 x 19.5 inch. The image size is ca. 38 x 16.7 inch. The overall size is ca. 100 x 49.5 cm. The image size is ca. 96.5 x 42.5 cm.

      [Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector]
 33.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         L Art de toute sort de chasse et de pêche. Avec celui de guerir les Chevaux, les Chiens, & les Oiseaux. Et un Dictionnaire de la Chasse et de la Pêche; avec une explications des termes de la Fauconnerie, mis en Dialogue. Tome premier (e Tome second)

      Chez les frères Bruyset, A Lyon 1730 - Legature coeve in piena pelle con nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello al dorso. Tagli rossi. Eccellente esemplare della seconda rara edizione (la prima è del 1719). Thiebaud, 44. Provenienza: collezione Bibliotheca Tiliana (ex libris al contropiatto e minuscoli timbretti al verso del frontespizio e in fine). 12mo (cm. 16,5), 2 Voll., 8 cc.nn., 393(2) pp.; 8 cc.nn., 436 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member]
 34.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Karte von Zürich. Delineatio Pagi Tigurini. Carte en couleur gravé par Conr. Lotter.

      Augsburg, ca. 1730, - 54.5x64.5 cm, Schöne farbfrische Karte d. Kantons Zürich, auf festem Papier. Kopfleiste mittel einer zusätzlichen Kupferplatte gedruckt, mit Widmung Mattaeus Seutter. Rechts oben die Wappen d. äusseren Vogteyen, links oben Cartuche mit Titel und unten eine Teilkarte der Enklave ?Werdenberg?, 1 Blatt / 1 feuille. Sehr schönes Exemplar, klarer und kräftiger Abdruck einer ungewöhnlichen Karte.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

      [Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd.]
 35.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         Antique Master Print-FARMER'S FEAST-INN-TAVERN-Koedijck-Heemskerck-ca. 1730

      - Antique print, titled: 'Farmer's Feast', Drinking, singing and revelling farmers/peasants seen through the window of an inn. One is playing a fiddle, while the central figures tries to kiss the woman beside him. Mezzotint on hand laid (verge) paper. Description: Individually published master print. Dirk Koedijck made only 9 prints. As a result they are extremely scarce.Ref: Hollstein 9, 1. Artists and Engravers: Made by Dirk Koedijck after Egbert van Heemskerck. Dirk Koedijck (Zaandam; b. 1681, active in Amsterdam 1730-32) was a Dutch mezzotint engraver and publisher. Condition: Good, given age. A horizontal crease in the image, with a pinprick hole in the middle. A little paper loss and tear in right margin, closed with acid free tape. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: Q1-136 TPC The overall size is ca. 9.8 x 12.2 inch. The image size is ca. 9.8 x 12.2 inch. The overall size is ca. 25 x 31 cm. The image size is ca. 25 x 31 cm.

      [Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector]
 36.   Check availability:     ZVAB     Link/Print  


         IMPERII MAGNI MOGOLIS SIVE INDICI PADSCHACH.’ Map of Northern India between the Himalayas and Goa/Madras. Two large figurative cartouches and vignette of a sailing vessel. Published by

      Matthaeus Seutter in Augsburg ca. 1730 - 50x57cm. Cartouches and vignette uncoloured, the map in full original colour. Excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Garwood & Voigt]
 37.   Check availability:     AbeBooks     Link/Print  


         Sammelband mit 4 philologischen Disserationen.

      Enthält: 1. Johann Gottfried Unger: De adventu Christi ultimo et non gustaturis mortem ad Matthae. XVI, 28, Leipzig Diss. 1730, 32 S. 2. Sigismund Friedrich Dresigius (Präses: Johann Erhard Kappius): De novi foederis graeci latinismis merito et falso suspectis, Leipzig 1732, 24 S. 3. Adrian Deodatus Steger: De cicuta atheniensium poena publica, Leipzig 1734, 38 S., 1 Bl. 4. Georg Ebbesen: De usu stigmatum apud veteres ad Galat. VI,17, Leipzig 1733, 46 S., 1 Bl. zusätzlich: 5. Johann Benedikt Carpzow (Präses: Richard Simon): Historia Critica veteris testamenti, Leipzig 1684.

      [Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat Köln]
 38.   Check availability:     booklooker.de     Link/Print  


        The Temple Beau. A Comedy. As it is Acted at the Theatre in Goodman's-Fields

      London: J. Watts, 1730. First edition, ordinary paper issue. [iv], 80, [3], [1, ads] pp., final signature correctly signed G. 8vo. Modern quarter calf and marbled boards, by Sangorski & Sutcliffe for Bernard Quartich. Contents toned, a few headlines trimmed, some edges rough. First edition, ordinary paper issue. [iv], 80, [3], [1, ads] pp., final signature correctly signed G. 8vo. Fielding's Second Play. First edition of Fielding's second play, written upon his return to London following nearly two years on the Continent. The Temple Beau was turned down by Drury Lane - where two years earlier Fielding, with the help of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, had staged his first play - and he was forced to take his work to Goodman's Fields, "a new playhouse with a much inferior company of actors located in the City" (ODNB). The play was nevertheless a modest success, running for nine nights and sporadic revivals thereafter: "Fielding's career as dramatist had begun in earnest" (ibid). The prologue by James Ralph - a Pennsylvania native who abandoned his family and came to London with Benjamin Franklin in 1724 - marks the beginning of years of collaboration and friendship with Fielding. Cross III, p. 290. Provenance: Bernard Quaritch (binder's stamp); Blackwell's (pencil note); Louis & Anne Marie Davidson (bookplate)

      [Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller]
 39.   Check availability:     Biblio     Link/Print  

______________________________________________________________________________
More rare books found from 1730


      Home     Wants Manager     Library Search     561 Years   Links     Contact      Search Help      Terms of Service     


Copyright © 2017 viaLibri™ Limited. All rights reserved.