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         zu der schönen Laccir- und Schildkrotten-Arbeit, wie auch zu allerley erdencklichen Horn und fürtrefflichen Holtz-Arbeiten . nebst einen Anhang der Schreib-Kunst. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Nürnberg Lochner 1738 - (17 x 10 cm). 352 S.; 392 S. - Beigebunden: Neu-entdeckte Lacquir-Kunst, Oder Gründliche Anweisung wie man nicht nur unterschiedliche bißher geheim gehaltene kostbare Lacquen, insonderheit den so genannten Eisen- und raren weissen Lacq ohne grosse Mühe und Unkosten verfertigen, sondern auch den biß ietzo unbekannten Gummi Copal leichtlich und bald auflösen könne. Nebst einem Anhange unterschiedlicher curieuser und nützlicher Kunst-Stücke, heraus gegeben von einem Curiosorum Experimentorum Amatore. Dresden. Zimmermann und Gerlach. 1731. 112 S. - Beigebunden: (Eisler, Tobias). Das aufs neue wohl zubereitete Tinten-Faß: Oder, Anweisung, Wie man gute schwarze, buntfärbige, auch andere curiöse Tinten auf mancherlei Weise zubereiten, ingleichen wie man mit Gold, Silber, und andern Metallen aus der Feder auf Pappier, Pergament und andere Dinge schreiben soll: Nebst noch andern zur Schreiberei gehörigen nöthigen und nützlichen Stücken. Vierte Auflage. Helmstädt. Zu finden im Buchladen. 1736. 64 S. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette. Pergamentband der Zeit. Interessanter Sammelband mit 3 seltenen Werken in 4 Teilen zur Farben- und Lackherstellung. - Zu I.: Letzte Ausgabe des erstmals 1703 erschienenen barocken Rezept-Büchleins. Im ersten Teil wird die Herstellung von Farben, Lacken, Tinten und Firnissen beschrieben, ebenso die Oberflächenbehandlung von Horn und Holz, Intarsienarbeiten, Papierherstellung, die Anfertigung von Gipsabdrücken, das Färben von Pergament, die Vergoldung verschiedener Gegenstände etc. Der zweite Teil enthält Anweisungen zum Stechen und Illuminieren von Kupfern, zur Glasmalerei, zur Herstellung von Buntpapier sowie für Leder- und Pergamentarbeiten. - Ron, Bibliotheca tinctoria 480. - Zu II: Vermutlich dritte Ausgabe des erstmals 1709 erschienenen und einer Caroline Kochertaler zugeschriebenen Werkes. Enthalten sind u.a. ein Rezept für Schnupftabak, Ratschläge zum Anmalen von Hühnereiern, Eisen zu gießen, Zinn zu löten, Geheimschriften zu benutzen etc. - Schießl 912. - Zu III: Frühes und seltenes Werk über die Herstellung verschiedener Tinten, Schreibfedern, Pergamente, Schreibtafeln und Siegellacke sowie über die Beschriftung von Glas, Stein und anderer Materialien. Unter den Tintenrezepten auch solche für Gold-, Silber- und Geheimtinten. - Vorsatz im Falz mit Wurmgängen. Stellenweise minimal gebräunt. Zwei Blätter mit braunen Flecken. Einband gering altersfleckig. Insgesamt schönes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         The New Retorna Brevium: Collected from the Many Printed Law-Books..

      1738. London, 1738. third & final edition. London, 1738. third & final edition. A Thorough Eighteenth-Century Compendium of Writs [Gardiner, Robert]. The New Retorna Brevium: Collected from the Many Printed Law-Books Extant, Concerning the Retorn of Writs in the Courts of Chancery, Exchequer, King's Bench, &c. Alphabetically Digested in Their Proper Order. To Which are Added and Intermixed Many Special Modern Retorns not Heretofore Made Publick. With Many Useful Notes and Observations Throughout the Whole. Necessary for all Sheriffs, Under-Sheriffs, Clerks, Attorneys, Sollicitors, Mayors, Bailiffs of Liberties, Coroners, &c. As also For the Officers of the Several Counties Palatine of Chester, Lancaster, and Durham. With a Compleat Alphabetical Table Respecting the Said Several Courts in their Order. With Additions. [London]: Printed by E. And R. Nutt, And R. Gosling, 1738. [iv], 500, [32] pp. Octavo (7-1/4" x 4-3/4"). Contemporary calf, blind rules to boards, blind fillets along joints, raised bands to spine, blind tooling to board edges. Some minor scuffs and stains to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, joints just starting at head, corners bumped. Very light toning to text, slightly heavier in places. A nice copy with a notably fresh interior. $500. * Third and final edition, a reissue of the second edition with a cancel title page. An especially detailed compendium of writs that went through three editions, the first two in 1707 and 1728. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates 8 copies of the third edition in North American law libraries (Columbia, Indiana Supreme Court, Notre Dame, Social Law, Supreme Court of Ohio, UC-Davis, University of Pennsylvania, University of Washington). English Short-Title Catalogue N10278.

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         AN HISTORI-GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE NORTH AND EASTERN PART OF EUROPE AND ASIA; BUT MORE PARTICULARLY OF RUSSIA, SIBERIA, AND GREAT TARTARY; BOTH IN THEIR ANCIENT AND MODERN STATE: TOGETHER WITH AN ENTIRE NEW POLYGLOT-TABLE OF THE DIALECTS OF 32 TARTARIAN NATIONS: AND A VOCABULARY OF THE KALMUCK-MUNGALIAN TONGUE. AS ALSO, A LARGE AND ACCURATE MAP OF THOSE COUNTRIES...WRITTEN ORIGINALLY IN HIGH GERMAN...NOW FAITHFULLY TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH

      London: Printed for J. Brotherton, J. Hazard, W. Meadows [and others], 1738. [4],ix,[3],463pp. plus large folding engraved map, "Nova descriptio geographica Tattariae Magnae..." (by Seale, dated 1737, sheet size: 26 x 39 inches); folding woodcut map, folding letterpress chart, ten engraved plates (three folding) at rear, and numerous illustrations in the text. Quarto. Bound to style in antique calf, spine ornately gilt with leather label. Bookplate on front pastedown. Small repaired tear to one leaf. Internally clean. Near fine. Second edition in English of a key work on Siberia, with an important large folding map of the region. A Swedish officer taken prisoner during Charles XII's campaign in Russia, Strahlenberg was held captive in Siberia for thirteen years. Situated in Tobolsk from 1711 to 1721, he was able to explore the lower basins of the Ob and Yenisey rivers, gathering the geographical information regarding the northern and eastern parts of Europe and Asia recorded in this book and its large folding map. The text is of great importance, offering much firsthand information - geographical, historical, and ethnographic - about Siberia and Great Tartary. The work also includes early descriptions of the linguistics of the region, with a Kalmyv vocabulary including the translations of Mongolian words. The most important aspect of the present work, however, is Strahlenberg's rare and significant map representing the Russian realm and Great Tartary, containing extensive information regarding Siberia. Strahlenberg utilized a wide array of sources in preparing his map. He used his own latitude calculations, as well as readings he had taken with Daniel Gottlieb Messerschmidt, a Prussian naturalist with whom he travelled in Russia. Measurements and other geographic information were obtained from other sources as well, including Swedish officers on different expeditions, Swedish and German travellers, and Russian cartographers and explorers. The present second English edition (after the first edition in 1730 and the first edition in English of 1736) was re-engraved by R.W. Seale. The map encompasses the area between 50° and 185° east longitude and 32° and 75° north latitude. It records the Russian territories from west of Moscow to Japan in the east and includes northern China, Tibet, and Turkestan in the south. Neighboring countries such as Poland, Persia, India, and Mongolia are documented. Numerous important geographic features are also represented: the Arctic and Pacific oceans, and the Caspian Sea; the Urals, Caucasus, and the Himalayan mountains; and the Gobi desert. The map is most notable, however, for its accurate representation of Siberia, particularly the settlement patterns of the region's various populations. Bagrow notes that after Semyon Remezov's map, Strahlenberg's map is the "most important source of historical- geographical information about Siberia." CORDIER 2713. COX I:194. LOWNDES III:2528.

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         AN HISTORI-GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE NORTH AND EASTERN PART OF EUROPE AND ASIA; BUT MORE PARTICULARLY OF RUSSIA, SIBERIA, AND GREAT TARTARY; BOTH IN THEIR ANCIENT AND MODERN STATE: TOGETHER WITH AN ENTIRE NEW POLYGLOT-TABLE OF THE DIALECTS OF 32 TARTARIAN NATIONS: AND A VOCABULARY OF THE KALMUCK-MUNGALIAN TONGUE. AS ALSO, A LARGE AND ACCURATE MAP OF THOSE COUNTRIES.WRITTEN ORIGINALLY IN HIGH GERMAN.NOW FAITHFULLY TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH.

      London: Printed for J. Brotherton, J. Hazard, W. Meadows [and others], 1738. - [4],ix,[3],463pp. plus large folding engraved map, "Nova descriptio geographica Tattariae Magnae." (by Seale, dated 1737, sheet size: 26 x 39 inches); folding woodcut map, folding letterpress chart, ten engraved plates (three folding) at rear, and numerous illustrations in the text. Quarto. Bound to style in antique calf, spine ornately gilt with leather label. Bookplate on front pastedown. Small repaired tear to one leaf. Internally clean. Near fine. Second edition in English of a key work on Siberia, with an important large folding map of the region. A Swedish officer taken prisoner during Charles XII's campaign in Russia, Strahlenberg was held captive in Siberia for thirteen years. Situated in Tobolsk from 1711 to 1721, he was able to explore the lower basins of the Ob and Yenisey rivers, gathering the geographical information regarding the northern and eastern parts of Europe and Asia recorded in this book and its large folding map. The text is of great importance, offering much firsthand information - geographical, historical, and ethnographic - about Siberia and Great Tartary. The work also includes early descriptions of the linguistics of the region, with a Kalmyv vocabulary including the translations of Mongolian words. The most important aspect of the present work, however, is Strahlenberg's rare and significant map representing the Russian realm and Great Tartary, containing extensive information regarding Siberia. Strahlenberg utilized a wide array of sources in preparing his map. He used his own latitude calculations, as well as readings he had taken with Daniel Gottlieb Messerschmidt, a Prussian naturalist with whom he travelled in Russia. Measurements and other geographic information were obtained from other sources as well, including Swedish officers on different expeditions, Swedish and German travellers, and Russian cartographers and explorers. The present second English edition (after the first edition in 1730 and the first edition in English of 1736) was re-engraved by R.W. Seale. The map encompasses the area between 50° and 185° east longitude and 32° and 75° north latitude. It records the Russian territories from west of Moscow to Japan in the east and includes northern China, Tibet, and Turkestan in the south. Neighboring countries such as Poland, Persia, India, and Mongolia are documented. Numerous important geographic features are also represented: the Arctic and Pacific oceans, and the Caspian Sea; the Urals, Caucasus, and the Himalayan mountains; and the Gobi desert. The map is most notable, however, for its accurate representation of Siberia, particularly the settlement patterns of the region's various populations. Bagrow notes that after Semyon Remezov's map, Strahlenberg's map is the "most important source of historical- geographical information about Siberia." CORDIER 2713. COX I:194. LOWNDES III:2528.

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         AN HISTORI-GEOGRAPHICAL DESCRIPTION OF THE NORTH AND EASTERN PART OF EUROPE AND ASIA; BUT MORE PARTICULARLY OF RUSSIA, SIBERIA, AND GREAT TARTARY; BOTH IN THEIR ANCIENT AND MODERN STATE: TOGETHER WITH AN ENTIRE NEW POLYGLOT-TABLE OF THE DIALECTS OF 32 TARTARIAN NATIONS: AND A VOCABULARY OF THE KALMUCK-MUNGALIAN TONGUE. AS ALSO, A LARGE AND ACCURATE MAP OF THOSE COUNTRIES...WRITTEN ORIGINALLY IN HIGH GERMAN...NOW FAITHFULLY TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH

      London: Printed for J. Brotherton, J. Hazard, W. Meadows [and others], 1738. [4],ix,[3],463pp. plus large folding engraved map, "Nova descriptio geographica Tattariae Magnae..." (by Seale, dated 1737, sheet size: 26 x 39 inches); folding woodcut map, folding letterpress chart, ten engraved plates (three folding) at rear, and numerous illustrations in the text. Quarto. Bound to style in antique calf, spine ornately gilt with leather label. Bookplate on front pastedown. Small repaired tear to one leaf. Internally clean. Near fine. Second edition in English of a key work on Siberia, with an important large folding map of the region. A Swedish officer taken prisoner during Charles XII's campaign in Russia, Strahlenberg was held captive in Siberia for thirteen years. Situated in Tobolsk from 1711 to 1721, he was able to explore the lower basins of the Ob and Yenisey rivers, gathering the geographical information regarding the northern and eastern parts of Europe and Asia recorded in this book and its large folding map. The text is of great importance, offering much firsthand information - geographical, historical, and ethnographic - about Siberia and Great Tartary. The work also includes early descriptions of the linguistics of the region, with a Kalmyv vocabulary including the translations of Mongolian words. The most important aspect of the present work, however, is Strahlenberg's rare and significant map representing the Russian realm and Great Tartary, containing extensive information regarding Siberia. Strahlenberg utilized a wide array of sources in preparing his map. He used his own latitude calculations, as well as readings he had taken with Daniel Gottlieb Messerschmidt, a Prussian naturalist with whom he travelled in Russia. Measurements and other geographic information were obtained from other sources as well, including Swedish officers on different expeditions, Swedish and German travellers, and Russian cartographers and explorers. The present second English edition (after the first edition in 1730 and the first edition in English of 1736) was re-engraved by R.W. Seale. The map encompasses the area between 50° and 185° east longitude and 32° and 75° north latitude. It records the Russian territories from west of Moscow to Japan in the east and includes northern China, Tibet, and Turkestan in the south. Neighboring countries such as Poland, Persia, India, and Mongolia are documented. Numerous important geographic features are also represented: the Arctic and Pacific oceans, and the Caspian Sea; the Urals, Caucasus, and the Himalayan mountains; and the Gobi desert. The map is most notable, however, for its accurate representation of Siberia, particularly the settlement patterns of the region's various populations. Bagrow notes that after Semyon Remezov's map, Strahlenberg's map is the "most important source of historical- geographical information about Siberia." CORDIER 2713. COX I:194. LOWNDES III:2528.

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         1738 Isaac Ambrose War with DEVILS Puritan Spiritual Warfare Angels & Demons

      Glasgow-College : Printed for Archbald Ingram, John Hamilton, James Dechman, and John Glasford merchant in Glasgow ; And are to be sold by them, and Gavin Hamilton, and Gideon Crafurd in Edinburgh ; and Alexander Millar in Glasgow, 1738. - 1738 Isaac Ambrose War with DEVILS Puritan Spiritual Warfare Angels & Demons Isaac Ambrose was a 17th-century English Puritan and was an important figure in the establishment of Presbyterianism. His religious works resonated not only with Nonconformist Puritans but also with intrigued readers, perhaps mostly because Ambrose avoid political controversy throughout his literary career. This book, ‘War with Devils’ is a fine Puritan devotional that discusses human nature and morals through the lens of a conversation and correspondence with angels and demons. Ambrose write about the importance of turning from demons, avoiding evil and nearing oneself to God and angels. Item number: #2261 Price: $550 AMBROSE, Isaac War with devils ; and ministration of, and communion with angels. By Isaac Ambrose Glasgow-College : Printed for Archbald Ingram, John Hamilton, James Dechman, and John Glasford merchant in Glasgow ; And are to be sold by them, and Gavin Hamilton, and Gideon Crafurd in Edinburgh ; and Alexander Millar in Glasgow, 1738. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [viii], 336 • Language: English • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Size: ~8in X 5in (20cm x 13cm) • Rare with no other examples for sale worldwide at present Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2261 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Schloß Weissenstein, Ansicht aus der Vogelschau, "Generalprospect von seithen der Menagerie".

      - Kupferstich v. Corvinius n. Kleiner, 1738, 41 x 51 Thieme - B. XX, 452 ff. - Blatt 3 der berühmten Folge. Prächtige Gesamtansicht des Schlosses mit den Gartenanlagen i. Hintergrund.

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         Collegium physico-chymicum experimentale, oder Laboratorium chymicum, in welchem deutlich und gründlich von den wahren Principiis in der Natur und denen gewürckten Dingen. nebst der Transmutation und Verbesserung der Metallen gehandelt wird. 3. Auflage.

      Hamburg Richter 1738 - (17 x 10 cm). (30) 737 (richtig 739) (37) S. Mit gestochenem Porträt und 1 gefalteten Kupfertafel. Lederband der Zeit. Bedeutendes Werk über die Transmutation und Verbesserung der Metalle. "The most important (of Kunckel's writings) is the posthumously published 'Laboratorium Chymicum'" (Partington). - Kunckel war zeitlebens von den Möglichkeiten der Alchemie überzeugt, schloss aber jede Mitwirkung magischer Kräfte bei der Transmutation aus. Sein "Laboratorium chymicum" ist besonders deswegen so bedeutend, weil es zahlreiche chemische Entdeckungen und Beobachtungen sowie autobiographische Details beschreibt. - Stellenweise leicht gebräunt und etwas fleckenrandig. Vorsätze mit Anmerkungen von alter Hand, hinterer Vorsatz teils leicht verwischt. Einband etwas berieben und bestoßen. Insgesamt, trotz der Mängel, noch gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - DSB 7, 524; Partington II, 361; Wellcome III, 42; Dünnhaupt 2477, 10.3; Cole 732 (Anm.); Brüning 43114; vgl. Neu 2186 (2.Aufl.); nicht bei Duveen, Ferguson und Bolton [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Delle Opere del Cavalier Battista Guarini, 4 volumes, 1737-1738. I: Il Pastor Fido, Tragicomedia, I-IV: Delle Opere..

      Verona, Italy: Per Giovanni Alberto Tumermani, 1738. Hardcover. Very Good. First edition, 1737-1738, 4 volumes, complete, 4to, contemporary full vellum, ruddy leather spine labels, headpieces, vignettes and copperplates by Zucchi after Picard. First volume with old oval engraved pictorial bookplate of Francisci Riccardi de Varnaccia. Very good set, complete, all plates complete, minor library marks (black ink call numbers on spines, bookplates, blindstamp on title pages, barcode stickers on rear pages), text otherwise free of marks. Vol. IV lacks front flyleaf, Vol. III lacks rear flyleaf. A handsome set.

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         Medicina y cirugia forense ó legal. Escrita en latin por el celebre Josef Santiago Plenk, Doctor en Cirugia, profesor publico de esta ciencia, de anatomia, y del arte de partear en la Universidad de Buda. Traducida al castellano por Don Higinio Antonio Lorente.

      - PLENCK, Joseph Jacob von (1738-1807). Medicina y cirugia forense ó legal. Escrita en latin por el celebre Josef Santiago Plenk, Doctor en Cirugia, profesor publico de esta ciencia, de anatomia, y del arte de partear en la Universidad de Buda. Traducida al castellano por Don Higinio Antonio Lorente.En Madrid: en la Imprenta de la Viuda e Hijo de Marin (se hallará en las Librerias de Llera y la de Barco), 1796. 4º. [6], 206 p., 1 h. en blanco. Encuadernación original de época en piel completa y tejuelo en el lomo con el título "Arte de Partear". Guardas en papel pintado. Ningún ejemplar conocido en bibliotecas españolas, según el CCPBE, que no consigna la obra. Buen ejemplar de este raro tratado de anatomía de finales del s. XVIII. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Hydrodynamica, sive De Viribus et Motibus Fluidorum Commentarii. Opus Academicum.

      Johann Reinhold Dulsseker, Strasbourg 1738 - First edition of Bernoulli’s epochal work on fluid dynamics and the kinetic theory of gases, containing the famous ‘Bernoulli equation’ for fluid flow. "Besides introducing the first hydraulic theory of fluid flow, this book is the most remarkable general work in theoretical and applied mechanics written in the pre-Lagrangian period of the 18th century, based on a deep physical understanding of mechanical phenomena and presenting many new ideas Bernoulli’s treatise was to influence the entire development of mechanics and, especially, of applied mechanics, for at least a century" (Landmark Writings, pp. 131-2). "In 1738 Bernoulli published Hydrodynamica. In this treatise, which was far in advance of his time in many ways, is his famous equation governing the flow of fluids in terms of speed, pressure, and potential energy, upon which much modern technology is based, especially aerodynamics" (DSB). "In this book Bernoulli presented the earliest adequate theory of motion of an incompressible fluid in tubes (vessels) and fluid outflow through orifices, introducing the notion of hydrodynamic pressure. However, the treatise is not restricted to theoretical hydraulics. In the subsequent sections, he opens up new branches of physics and mechanics. He develops the first model of the kinetic theory of gases, approaches the principle of conservation of energy, establishes a foundation for the analysis of efficiency of machines, and develops a theory of hydroreactive (water-jet) ship propulsion, including a solution of the first problem of motion of a variable-mass system. "Hydrodynamica contains many profound remarks on the physical background of a wide range of mechanical effects, and its study remains most edifying also to the modern reader However, many of his advanced ideas were far ahead of his time and met an adequate understanding only later. In the 19th century, J.-V. Poncelet called Bernoulli’s treatise ‘the immortal Hydrodynamica’ in 1845, and Paul Du Bois-Reymond referred to ‘the enormous wealth of ideas which assures this work one of the first places in the literature of Mathematical Physics of all ages’ in 1859. "Hydrodynamica is founded mainly on the principle of conservation of ‘living forces’ (that is, kinetic energy). Bernoulli preferred to use this principle not in its traditional form, received with hostility by Newtonians, but in Christiaan Huygens’s formulation that Bernoulli named the principle of equality between the actual descent and potential ascent: ‘If any number of weights begin to move in any way by the force of their own gravity, the velocities of the individual weights will be everywhere such that the products of the squares of these velocities multiplied by the appropriate masses, gathered together, are proportional to the vertical height through which the centre of gravity of the composite of the bodies descends, multiplied by the masses of all of them’. "As to hydraulics proper, Bernoulli’s considers only quasi-one-dimensional fluid motion, reducing any flow to this case by means of the hypothesis of plane sections: he does not distinguish between tubes and vessels. The principle of conservation of living forces was used for studying fluid flow by Bernoulli and also by Leonhard Euler. Coincidence of their results presented independently in the Petersburg Academy of Sciences in 1727 forced Euler to change his scientific plans and to leave this field for his elder colleague. When Bernoulli developed his work, besides studying many special cases of flow, he achieved two new fundamental results. He succeeded in explaining the nature and determining the value of the hydrodynamic pressure of moving fluids on the wall of tubes and he discovered the principal role of losses of living forces in the fluid flow, especially at sudden changes of the flow cross-sections. The former gave an instrument to engineers for calculation of tube strength and the latter served, in addition, a step to the general principle

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         Architecturae militaris tyrocinium. Quod sub . Georgii Sigismundi Schifer .auspiciis in caesareo & academico Societatis Jesu gymnasio Lincii 1709 mense Aprili die defendendum susceperunt. Praeside R. P. Ernesto Vols. Linz, J. Raedlmayr 1709. 4°. 3 Bll., 49 S., mit 1 (gef.) Kupferplan u. 5 (gef.) Kupfertafeln, Buntpapierumschlag.

      - De Backer VIII, 903, 6 - vgl. Jordan 3996 u. Wurzbach LI, 280 (nur Ausg. 1738).- Erste Ausgabe.- Sehr selten (über KVK nur 2 Exemplare in der UB Wien und der ZB der Bundeswehr nachweisbar).- Dissertation der beiden Mathematik-Studenten I. F. Gerhauser aus Linz und Ph. L. Fanckhler aus Passau am Jesuitenkollegium Linz unter dem Vorsitz des Mathematikprofessors Ernst Vols.- Mit einem Befestigungsplan von Lille gestochen v. N. Fürst in Linz; die Kupfertafeln zeigen geometr. Figuren und Befestigungsdetails.- Nur etw. braunfleckig.# Very rare first edition (we can prove only two copies in libraries).- Dissertation on the construction of fortifications at the Jesuit College in Linz in Upper Austria.- With an engraved plan of Lille.- Good copy. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Recueil des déclarations, édits, lettres patentes, et arrêts du Conseil d'État du Roi, enregistrés au Parlement de Dijon, depuis mil six cent soixante-six jusqu'à [1735].

      Dijon, Jean Ressayre, [L'Imprimeur du Roy pour le tome 8 ; P. Marteret pour les tomes 9 et 10], s.d.-1738, pleine basane de l'époque, dos à nerfs ornés, 8 coiffes arrachées ou en partie arrachées, 5 charnières lég. fendues sur 5 ou 6 cm, tache en croissant de lune sur le plat sup. du tome 6 (sans gravité). -Cernes clairs sur une vingtaine de ff. du tome 9, qq. mouillures claires marginales. -Très bon exemplaire. - 11 volumes in-4 à pagination multiple ; Le 10e volume, imprimé en 1738, contient la Table générale alphabétique et abrégée des édits, déclarations, lettres-patentes, ordonnances, règlemens & arrêts du Conseil imprimés à Dijon depuis 1666, jusques & compris 1735 ."Elle procède par noms de matières générales, en rangeant les pièces sous chacun, dans leur ordre chronologique. Elle est précédée d'une petite table abrégée de ses propres titres de matières. Barbier IV-col. 626 l'attibue à Gouget, procureur à Dijon." (Gavet).Le 11e volume contient un Recueil de suplément d'édits, déclarations & arrêts du Conseil, qui ont été omis dans les recueils, qu'on a imprimés depuis 1606 jusques en 1710, (449-(7) pp.). La feuille de titre porte que ce recueil a été imprimé chez Ressayre en 1710, mais les pièces vont jusqu'en 1713 (depuis le 17 juillet 1663). Ainsi qu'un Recueil des déclarations, édits, lettres-patentes et arrests du Conseil d'État du Roy concernant les maires, échevins, capitouls, jurats, syndics & autres officiers des Chambres des Villes registrés au Parlement de Dijon, daté de 1712, (278-(6) pp. de table chronologique).Edition originale. Très rare.Gavet, Sources de l'histoire des institutions et du droit français, pp. 257 à 260 ; Garreta, Les sources de la législation de l'Ancien Régime. Guide bibliographique, pp. 336-337.Ces onze volumes constituent ce qu'on appelle le Recueil Ressayre (cf. Gavet).Il fut complété par un ensemble de recueils couvrant les années 1736 à 1774 et 1775 à 1787. Ces années parurent une à une et sont généralement reliées en 6 volumes. Elles ont été publiées successivement chez Augé, Desaint et Causse. Le catalogue B.N. des Actes royaux de S. Honoré mentionne un exemplaire comportant 38 tomes reliés en 5 volumes, couvrant les années 1736 à 1774 (n° 26003). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Des Freyherrn von Pöllnitz Brieffe (3 Bände),

      Frankfurt, „Auf Unkosten der Gesellschaft", 1738. - welche das merckwürdigste von seinen Reisen und die Eigenschaften derjenigen Personen woraus die vornehmsten Höfe von Europa bestehen. Mit gestochenem Frontispiz, 4 Blatt, 463 Seiten; 448 Seiten; 423 seiten, Lederbände der Zeit, 17 x 10,5 cm, Einbände berieben und bestossen, Frontispiz mit leichten Randläsuren, innen etwas gebräunt.

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         Die Räuber. Ein Schauspiel von fünf Akten. Herausgegeben von Friderich Schiller. Zwote verbesserte Auflage (= 3. Druck) der EA.

      8 Bll., 208 S.. Mit gestochener Titelvignette. 8. Etwas späterer Pappbd mit Rückenschild und etwas -vergoldung. Einband gebräunt und etwas berieben Rückenschild mit winzigem Eckabriss durchgehend braunfleckig. Mit dem Exlibris von Eduard Henschel (Theaterverlag, Berlin?) auf Vorderspiegel: unter einem Hahn mit Schreibfeder in der Kralle das schöne Motto "expergo" (ich erwache). Die Titelvignette eines "zornigen Löwen" spiegelverkehrt übernommen aus Ridingers "Entwurf einiger Thiere" (1738-55). Schiller hatte, noch während des Druckes, die erste Fassung des Vorwortes (= Bogen B) zurückgezogen und durch eine gemilderte Fassung ersetzt. Der Bogen B wurde erst vom Berliner Antiquar Albert Cohn entdeckt, der ihn 1878 in seinen Verkaufskatalog "Ungedrucktes" aufnahm. Wahrscheinlich existieren von der 1. Fassung nur 1 oder 2 gedruckte Exemplare. Vgl. Marcuse 31 Goedeke V, 162, 24 WG 3 und 7.

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         Hydrodynamica, sive De Viribus et Motibus Fluidorum Commentarii. Opus Academicum.

      Strasbourg: Johann Reinhold Dulsseker, 1738. First edition of Bernoulli's epochal work on fluid dynamics and the kinetic theory of gases, containing the famous 'Bernoulli equation' for fluid flow. "Besides introducing the first hydraulic theory of fluid flow, this book is the most remarkable general work in theoretical and applied mechanics written in the pre-Lagrangian period of the 18th century, based on a deep physical understanding of mechanical phenomena and presenting many new ideas ... Bernoulli's treatise was to influence the entire development of mechanics and, especially, of applied mechanics, for at least a century" (Landmark Writings, pp. 131-2). "In 1738 Bernoulli published Hydrodynamica. In this treatise, which was far in advance of his time in many ways, is his famous equation governing the flow of fluids in terms of speed, pressure, and potential energy, upon which much modern technology is based, especially aerodynamics" (DSB). "In this book Bernoulli presented the earliest adequate theory of motion of an incompressible fluid in tubes (vessels) and fluid outflow through orifices, introducing the notion of hydrodynamic pressure. However, the treatise is not restricted to theoretical hydraulics. In the subsequent sections, he opens up new branches of physics and mechanics. He develops the first model of the kinetic theory of gases, approaches the principle of conservation of energy, establishes a foundation for the analysis of efficiency of machines, and develops a theory of hydroreactive (water-jet) ship propulsion, including a solution of the first problem of motion of a variable-mass system. "Hydrodynamica contains many profound remarks on the physical background of a wide range of mechanical effects, and its study remains most edifying also to the modern reader ... However, many of his advanced ideas were far ahead of his time and met an adequate understanding only later. In the 19th century, J.-V. Poncelet called Bernoulli's treatise 'the immortal Hydrodynamica' in 1845, and Paul Du Bois-Reymond referred to 'the enormous wealth of ideas which assures this work one of the first places in the literature of Mathematical Physics of all ages' in 1859. "Hydrodynamica is founded mainly on the principle of conservation of 'living forces' (that is, kinetic energy). Bernoulli preferred to use this principle not in its traditional form, received with hostility by Newtonians, but in Christiaan Huygens's formulation that Bernoulli named the principle of equality between the actual descent and potential ascent: 'If any number of weights begin to move in any way by the force of their own gravity, the velocities of the individual weights will be everywhere such that the products of the squares of these velocities multiplied by the appropriate masses, gathered together, are proportional to the vertical height through which the centre of gravity of the composite of the bodies descends, multiplied by the masses of all of them'. "As to hydraulics proper, Bernoulli's considers only quasi-one-dimensional fluid motion, reducing any flow to this case by means of the hypothesis of plane sections: he does not distinguish between tubes and vessels. The principle of conservation of living forces was used for studying fluid flow by Bernoulli and also by Leonhard Euler. Coincidence of their results presented independently in the Petersburg Academy of Sciences in 1727 forced Euler to change his scientific plans and to leave this field for his elder colleague. When Bernoulli developed his work, besides studying many special cases of flow, he achieved two new fundamental results. He succeeded in explaining the nature and determining the value of the hydrodynamic pressure of moving fluids on the wall of tubes and he discovered the principal role of losses of living forces in the fluid flow, especially at sudden changes of the flow cross-sections. The former gave an instrument to engineers for calculation of tube strength and the latter served, in addition, a step to the general principle of conservation of energy. Bernoulli concluded also the sharp discussion of many years on the impact and reaction of emitting jets, giving the final solution of the problem" (Landmark Writings, pp. 132-3). Bernoulli composed the first version of this work at St. Petersburg in the early 1730s; its forthcoming publication was announced in the September 1734 issue of the journal Mercure Suisse. The following December Bernoulli, now in Basel, wrote to Euler: 'My Hydrodynamica is now really being printed by Mr. Dulsecker, and he gives me, besides 30 copies, even 100 thalers of royalty'. However, the actual printing of the book seems to have begun only in 1737, and it finally appeared at the end of April or the beginning of May 1738. In May, Bernoulli sent the first copies of his treatise to St. Petersburg and asked Euler for his comments, but the parcel was lost on the way and it was not until spring 1739 that Euler saw a copy of the book and warmly congratulated its author: "I have read through your incomparable Treatise with full attention and have drawn immense gain from it. I congratulate you, Sir, from all my heart on the felicitous execution of such a difficult and obscure topic, as well as on the immortal fame thus gained. The entire execution of the project deserves all conceivable attention, and all the more so as it is not accessible to rigorous mathematics, but demands the help of several important physical principles, which you have known to employ to indescribable advantage." In contrast to Euler's appreciation, Hydrodynamica became the focus of a bitter dispute between Daniel and his father Johann I. Although the details are disputed, it seems that Johann saw a copy of Daniel's book and used it to compose his own work on the subject, Hydraulica, keeping this secret from his son. Johann published Hydraulica at the beginning of 1743 in his Opera Omnia, adding the subtitle now for the first time disclosed and directly shown from purely mathematical foundations, 1732. Daniel was incensed by Johann's pretence that his Hydraulica had been composed some six years before his own work had been published, and the resulting rift between father and son was never completely healed. "Daniel Bernoulli (1700-1782) was the second son of Johann Bernoulli, who first taught him mathematics. After studying philosophy, logic, and medicine at the universities of Heidelberg, Strasbourg, and Basel, he received an M.D. degree (1721). In 1723-24 he wrote Exercitationes quaedam Mathematicae on differential equations and the physics of flowing water, which won him a position at the influential Academy of Sciences in St. Petersburg, Russia. Bernoulli lectured there until 1732 in medicine, mechanics, and physics, and he researched the properties of vibrating and rotating bodies and contributed to probability theory. In that same year he returned to the University of Basel to accept the post in anatomy and botany. By then he was widely esteemed by scholars and also admired by the public throughout Europe. "Between 1725 and 1749 Daniel won 10 prizes from the Paris Academy of Sciences for work on astronomy, gravity, tides, magnetism, ocean currents, and the behaviour of ships at sea. He also made substantial contributions in probability. He shared the 1735 prize for work on planetary orbits with his father, who, it is said, threw him out of the house for thus obtaining a prize he felt should be his alone. Daniel's prizewinning papers reflected his success on the research frontiers of science and his ability to set forth clearly before an interested public the scientific problems of the day. In 1732 he accepted a post in botany and anatomy at Basel; in 1743, one in physiology; and in 1750, one in physics" (Britannica) Barchas 175; Norman 215; Parkinson pp. 155-6; Roberts and Trent pp. 34-5. Mikhailov, 'Daniel Bernoulli, Hydrodynamica (1738),' Chapter 9 in Landmark Writings in Western Mathematics 1640-1940, Grattan-Guinness (ed.), 2005. For a detailed analysis of the work, see Truesdell, 'Rational fluid mechanics, 1687-1765,' in Euler Opera Omnia, Ser. 2, Vol. 12 (1954), pp. vii-cxxv (especially pp. xxiii-xxxviii). 4to (256 x 205 mm), pp [viii] 304, title in red and black, with engraved vignette and 12 folding engraved plates by Johann Martin Weiss, contemporary calf, gilt spine label, upper capital with restoration.

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         Aristotle's Master-piece in Three Parts,

      Printed and sold by the booksellers 1738 - 19th edition. A banned book on human reproduction. Falsely attributed to Aristotle. Presumed to be authored by Dr. William Salmon, 1644-1713. 164 pages: illustrations (woodcuts) ; 15 cm. Bound in contemporary full calf. Boards bowed. Minor edge wear to margins, a few pages have a tear at the half way point. Includes the frontispiece portrait of a hairy woman who bore a black child. "The Dirty Book of the Early Modern Period. It was sold furtively by country peddlers and in general stores and taverns; regular booksellers seldom advertised it, though they usually had it under the counter" - Library Company. First published in 1684 and banned in England until 1961, Aristotle's Masterpiece was the first English sex book that served as a popular guide to human reproduction and pregnancy. In the 18th century, "this small book became the best-selling guide to pregnancy and childbirth . going into more editions than all other popular works on the topic combined." Fissell, Mary. "Hairy Women and Naked Truths: Gender and the Politics of Knowledge in "Aristotle's Masterpiece". The William and Mary Quarterly 60.1 (2003): 43-74. Frontispiece portrait of a hairy woman followed by a black child. This illustration served "as a warning of the effigies of the Maid all hairy, and an infant that was born black, by the Imagination of the Parents." This engraving also appeared in early editions and was the author's warning to those who engaged in sinful sex. Other Titles: Aristotle's Master-Piece Completed; Treasure of health, or, The family physician. Family physician. Aristotle's Masterpiece. Aristotle's master piece. Aristotle's compleat masterpiece. Aristotle's complete master piece. Aristotle's complete masterpiece. Side note: Colin Schultz wrote a lovely little article about this book for the January 7, 2013 issue of the Smithsonian magazine. Included is a copy of his article for your enjoyment. Provenance: From the library of Augusta C. Janney, a Pennsylvania Quaker. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Ricciardetto Di Niccolò Carteromaco

      A Spese Di Francesco Pitteri, Paris (actually Venice) 1738 - Ricciardetto di Niccolò Carteromaco. By Niccolò Fortguerri, known as Carteromaco. In Paris (according to the typographical data, but it was actually printed in Venice), at the expenses of Francesco Pitteri, 1738. Two parts bound in one volume, large 4to, contemporary vellum binding with gilt title on leather label, pp. XXVI - 420, 1b. - 412, red and black title page, portrait of the author and thirty copper engraved vignettes at the beginning of each 'canto'. Splendid copy with ample margins of the original edition, never modified. Ita: In Parigi (ma Venezia), A spese di Francesco Pitteri, 1738. Due parti in un volume in 4to grande, pergamena coeva e titolo oro su tassello in pelle, pp. XXVI - 420, 1b. - 412, con frontespizio in rosso e nero, ritratto dell'autore e trenta belle testatine incise in rame, una all'inzio di ogni canto. Edizione originale genuina in bellissimo esemplare ad ampi margini. Size: Large 4to [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Theologia moralis seu resolutio casuum conscientiae juxta inconcussa divi Thomae Aquinatis, quinti Ecclesiae doctoris dogmata & aliorum Patrum mentem, viam sternens mediam inter rigidiores laxioresque casuistarum opiniones (4 tomus/ 4 Bände) - Tomus I: De Aetibus Humanis, Legibus, Peccatis ac Virtutibus Theologicis: sectio prima/ altera/ Tomus II: De Virtitibus Cardinalibus, Censuris Suffragiis, Indulgentiis & Purgatorio: sectio prima/ altera/ Tomus III: De Religione prout est Virtus & Status/ Tomus IV, 2: De Sacramentis in Genere & in Specie: sectio secunda.

      Varret, Regis, Statuum & Senatus Typ. in platea Havretana; 1738 - 1739. Gebundene Ausgabe/ Orig.Ganzleder; Der Erhaltungszustand des hier angebotenen Werks entspricht seiner bisherigen Nutzung und dem Alter; Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig/ berieben; Papier leicht nachgedunkelt; Einbandkanten sind leicht bestossen; der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; Orig.Ganzleder der Zeit mit altersbedingtem Abrieb; KOMPLETTPREIS für 4 Bände; bei Versand ins Ausland erfragen Sie bitte zuerst die Versandkosten; LATEINISCH! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung mfb

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         Erster und Groster Theil des Gantzen Hochlobi Franckischen Craisses in welchem die Bisthumer Bamberg Wurtzburg und Aichstett, die Margger Culmbach und onoltzbach das Hertzogt Coburg, Furstent: Schwartzenberg, Graffisch, Hobenlo, Castel , Limburg [.]

      Amsterdam 1738 - Size : 568x500 (mm), 22.375x19.625 (Inches), Original Hand Coloring

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         Versuch einer Geschichte des Mineralreichs.

      8. XXX,302 S. + Tafeln/ VIII,424 S. Pappbände der Zeit mit goldgeprägten Rückenschildchen. Rotschnitt. Deckelbezug und Rückenschildchen z.T. gering abgeblättert. Name auf Innendeckel vom 2. Teil. Erste Ausgabe. * Carl Abraham Gerhard (1738 Lerchenborn bei Liegnitz - 1821 Berlin) war ein preußischer Mineraloge, Bergbeamter und Gründer der Bergakademie Berlin. Mitglied der Leopoldina.

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         Os Dous Atlantes da Ethiopia

      1738 - Santo Elesbao, Emperador XLVII da Abessina, advogado dos perigos do mar, e Santa Ifigenia, Priceza da Nubia, advogado dos incendios dos edificios, ambos Carmelitas, Tomo Primiero (-Segundo). First edition. 2 vols in 1. Folio. Contemporary speckled calf, spine gilt, extremities worn, small tear to base of spine, half title soiled & chipped, some occasional worming and browning, with ownership inscription on half title. [26], 337, 218, 38pp. Lisbon, 1735 - Very scarce; only 2 copies listed on OCLC. The author was both a biographer and poet who joined the Carmelites in 1716. He also wrote a chronicle of the order. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Jus canonicum universum clara methodo juxta titulos quinque librorum Decretalium in quaestiones distributum, solidisque responsionibus, & objectionum solutionibus dilucidatum (vollständige Originalausgabe in 5 Bänden 1738-1741)

      Ingolstadt, 1738-1741 (gedruckt bei Witwe Joannis Andreae Den Haag) - 5 Bände in 3 Büchern, Original-Ledereinbände auf 5 Bünden ca. 32,5 × 21 cm, alle Einbände stark bestoßen und beschabt, teilweise auch mit geringfügigen Beschädigungen; Bd. I = 19 Blatt + 643 Seiten + 31 Blatt; Bd. II = 11 Blatt + 668 Seiten + 41 Blatt, Einband stark beschabt und bestoßen, Rücken am oberen Kapital beschädigt, im Bd. 2 Titelseite mit Ausriss am rechten Seitenrand (ohne Textverlust) / Band III = 22 Blatt + 1078 Seiten + 31 Blatt, Einband stark beschabt und bestoßen, Rücken am oberen Kapital beschädigt / Bd. IV = 11 Blatt + 332 Seiten + 13 Blatt; Bd. V = 14 Blatt + 576 Seiten + 22 Blatt + Traktatus de regulis juris 3 Blatt + 204 Seiten + 18 Blatt, Rücken an den Kapitalen beschädigt und Rückenbezug rechts aufgeplatzt REIFFENSTUEL (Anaklet) Franziskaner zu Freysing; geb. 1641 zu Tegernsee, gest. 1703 zu Freysing. Er lehrte in seinem Orden Philosophie, Theologie, und Kirchenrecht. Jede der vielen Auflagen von Reiffenstuel’s Moraltheologie und Kirchenrecht war mehrere tausend Exemplare stark und fanden in Deutschland, Italien, Frankreich, und Spanien schnellen Absatz. Sprache: lat

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         Pharmacopoea Hagana ex auctoritate magistratus poliatrorum opera instaurata et aucta.The Hague, Frederik Boucquet, 1738. 4to. With frontispiece engraved by David Coster and 2 folding engraved tables of pharmacological symbols with their meanings. Contemporary vellum.

      Daems & Vandewiele, p. 113; STCN (9 copies). Second edition, extensively revised and in the original Latin, of the official pharmacopoeia of the municipality of The Hague in the Netherlands. The index lists about 500 medicines. In some cases the text simply gives the name of the medicine with a reference to a published source, in others it gives a full recipe with the ingredients and instructions for their preparation. The 2-page engraved table, printed on two leaves that fold out so that one can consult them while reading the book, shows 90 symbols and gives their meanings, in alphabetical order. The magistrates and Collegium Medicorum of The Hague initiated the first edition, compiled by a committee of doctors from the Collegium, but even before it was published there were already complaints about its many and serious errors. They concluded that it was too late to correct them, but urged their colleagues to correct them in their own copies and they would be set right in a future edition, but in the event they had to wait 80 years for Boucquet's present second edition, with the three plates newly engraved for it.With owner's label. With an occasional minor brown spot and some faint offsetting, but otherwise in fine condition. The binding shows 1 small worm hole and is very slightly rubbed, but still very good. An important and attractive pharmacopoeia with an engraved frontispiece showing Asklepios and exotic plants.

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         Introduzione alla Cosmografia . edizione seconda si aggiunge in fine un Succinto Trattato di Navigazione dell' istesso Autore.Pistoia, Atto Bracali, 1738. 2 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With 3 folding half-page plates and 1 folding letterpress table, 2 full-page plates, and 17 additional woodcut diagrams in the text. Contemporary boards, covered with gold-brocade paper.

      - Riccardi, col. M-109; not in Inst. Cent. Cat. Unico; De La Lande; Norman Library; Waller; KVK (2 copies plus 1 of Navigazione alone); WorldCat (2 copies); Poggendorf II, col. 44. Very rare second edition of Marchetti's Cosmografia (the last edition published during his lifetime), supplemented by the first edition of his treatise on navigation, both illustrated with woodcut diagrams. After several chapters on terminology, signs of the zodiac, etc., the author discusses the phases of the moon, solar and lunar eclipses, measurement, the Ptolemaic, Copernican, and Tychonic solar systems, and astronomical instruments (quadrants and terrestrial and celestial globes). Marchetti's Succinto Trattato di Navigazione , (Pistoia, Atto Bracali, 1738), though mentioned on the main title-page, has its own title-page, pagination and series of signatures, and was sometimes issued separately. It discusses navigational charts and their systems of parallels and meridians, compasses, measurement, etc. An early owner's inscription on the title-page has eaten through the paper, not affecting the printing but leaving some small holes and slightly staining the following page. Otherwise a very good copy in a local and contemporary gold-brocade binding, of a rare Italian cosmography.

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         TRAVELS OR OBSERVATIONS RELATING TO SEVERAL PARTS OF BARBARY AND THE LEVANT.

      1738 - SHAW, THOMAS. TRAVELS OR OBSERVATIONS RELATING TO SEVERAL PARTS OF BARBARY AND THE LEVANT. Oxford, 1738. In-folio (360x230mm) en 2 parties, dos à nerfs, pièce de titre maroquin, charnière usées, titre imprimé en rouge et noir, 2ff.,442pp. et 60pp., 4ff. Édition originale illustrée de11 cartes dont 6 dépliantes et 20 planches sur 17 feuillets. Shaw was chaplain to the English factory at Algiers from 1720 to 1733. During this period he visited Egypt, Sinai, Palestine, Cyprus and most North Africa. This Edition appeared before the second English edition (1757). It is especially estimated for its botanical and zoological plates. Thomas Shaw, amateur d’histoire naturelle fut nommé chapelain du consulat britannique d’Alger en 1720. Son recueil de voyages s’est imposé comme œuvre de référence sur les Etats barbaresque du début du XVIIIème siècle. 5 vignettes gravées par Gravelot. L’exemplaire est bien complet du supplément. First edition, title printed in red and black, 11 engraved maps and plans, 7 folding, 21 engraved plates on 18 leaves engraved page of music. Contemporary calf, rubbed joints splitting. Red label [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Tractatus stigmologicus, hebræo-biblicus: quo Accentuum Hebræorum doctrina traditur, variusque eorum, in explanada S. Scriptura, usus exponitur

      Amstelaedami (Amsterdam): Apud J. Weststenium & G. Smith, 1738. First edition. Hardcover. fair to g. Quarto (10 1/8 x 8"). [16], 220pp. Original full calf rebacked with modern olive cloth. Title page in red and black lettering. Title vignette. Decorative head-, tailpieces and initials. Dedication page to Sir Richard Ellys ornated with a splendid engraved vignette by Dutch engraver François Morellon la Cave (1696-1768). Published six years after the death of its author, this first edition of "Tractatus stigmologicus" is a Latin essay on Hebrew accentuation in Biblical text. This work is complete with its three hors-text charts, including one folded. Original boards darkened and heavily rubbed along edges, with some abrasion to leather. Previous owner's gift bookplate on inside of front cover (Presented by Reverend R. B. Taggart). Modern endpapers and fly leaves. Both hinges reinforced with binder's tape. Previous owner's handwritten name (Rev. Taggart) dated Mount Pleasant, PA, May 10, 1883 at upper margin of title page (not affecting lettering). Ex-library stamp along fore-edge and at lower margin of title (not affecting lettering). First page of David Mill's preface detached but present. Some age-toning and foxing throughout. Pages somewhat rippled. Text in Latin, with some Hebrew. Binding in overall poor to fair, interior in good to good+ condition. About the author: Thomas Boston (1676-1732) was a Scottish church leader, theologian and philosopher. About the prefacer: David Mill (1692-1756) was a German oriental philologist and Reformed theologian.

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         ANTIQUITATES ITALICAE MEDII AEVI, Sive Dissertationes De Moribus, Ritibus, .Omnia Illustrantur, et Confirmantur Ingenti Copia Diplomatum et Chartarum Veterum L'texto Impreso: Additis Etiam Nummis, Chronicis, Aliisque Monumentis Nunquam Autea Editis 6 VOL

      Ex Typographia Societalis Palatinae., Mediolani (Milan) 1738 - SIX VOLUMES (15" x 10") The text most pages in double columns which are numbered as pages. 1738; 1739; 1740; 1741; 1741; 1742. Pages: 1298; 1332; 1142; 1173; 1142, (1); 1128 + Index of 32 Leaves. Frontispiece in all volumes by Francisco Zugni, Engraved by Andrea Zucchi. Title Page Vignettes by Antonio Grecolini, Engraved by Hieronymous Rossi. Chapter Headpieces by various artists, Illustrated nitial letters. Contemporary brown mottled calf, elaborate gilt designs in spine compartments; titles tan & gilt; volume nos. brown & gilt. All edges marbled. Marbled endpapers. Volume IV: 2 tiny punctures top of binding decreasing to page 528, Light age-toning, occasional stains. These volumes are in SUPERB CONDITION THE PAGES ARE ESSENTIALLY CRISP & WHITE The author (1672-1750), has been called "The father of Italian History", Introduced scholarly accuracy in his historical writings. He discovered the earliest citing (ca.170 A.D.) of books of the New Testament-- called THE MURATORI FRAGMENT.The first printing of those fragments is in Volume III. Volume I has Benevenuto de Imola's commentary on Dante's Divine Comedy from the 1386 edition. .PHOTOGRAPHS AND FURTHER DETAILS ON REQUEST Size: Folio - over 12" - 15" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Lo stato Presente di tutti i Paesi del Mondo... Volume II, Del Giappone, Isole Ladrone, Filippine, e Molucche...

      1738. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena, a cinque nervi con ricchi fregi oro e tasselli. Il volume tratta del Giappone, Isole Ladrone, Filippine, e Molucche, Regni di Kochinchina, e Tonkino e della Provincia di Quansi . Opera illustrata da numerose incisioni: "Carta accurata dell'Imperio del Giappone","Monete d'oro, d'argento e di rame del Giappone", "Uomo del Giappon, Donna del Giappon, Pellegrino d'Jsia", "Isoletta Desima Abittata dagli olandesi nel Giappone...", "Nuova et accurata carta dell'Isole Filippine, Ladrones, e Moluccos...", "L'animal Babi Roesa, Gatto che fa il Muschio, Nottola d'Ambona...", "Garofani, Noce Moscata", "Il modo di vestire delli Tonkinani".

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         Tractatus stigmologicus, hebræo-biblicus: quo Accentuum Hebræorum doctrina traditur, variusque eorum, in explanada S. Scriptura, usus exponitur

      Apud J. Weststenium & G. Smith, Amstelaedami (Amsterdam) 1738 - Quarto (10 1/8 x 8"). [16], 220pp. Original full calf rebacked with modern olive cloth. Title page in red and black lettering. Title vignette. Decorative head-, tailpieces and initials. Dedication page to Sir Richard Ellys ornated with a splendid engraved vignette by Dutch engraver François Morellon la Cave (1696-1768). Published six years after the death of its author, this first edition of "Tractatus stigmologicus" is a Latin essay on Hebrew accentuation in Biblical text.This work is complete with its three hors-text charts, including one folded. Original boards darkened and heavily rubbed along edges, with some abrasion to leather. Previous owner's gift bookplate on inside of front cover (Presented by Reverend R. B. Taggart). Modern endpapers and fly leaves. Both hinges reinforced with binder's tape. Previous owner's handwritten name (Rev. Taggart) dated Mount Pleasant, PA, May 10, 1883 at upper margin of title page (not affecting lettering). Ex-library stamp along fore-edge and at lower margin of title (not affecting lettering). First page of David Mill's preface detached but present. Some age-toning and foxing throughout. Pages somewhat rippled. Text in Latin, with some Hebrew. Binding in overall poor to fair, interior in good to good+ condition. About the author: Thomas Boston (1676-1732) was a Scottish church leader, theologian and philosopher. About the prefacer: David Mill (1692-1756) was a German oriental philologist and Reformed theologian. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Clavis Artis. Des berühmten Juden und Rabbi Zoroasters, Wie solcher 1996. Von Anfange der Welt in Arabischer Sprache aufgesetzt, 1236. Nach Christi Geburth ins Teutsche übersetzt von J.V.S.F.R.O. und In einer Uhralten Bibliothec gefunden worden, Seiner Raritæt halber Nunmehro Autentisch und mit einem nöthigen Register, sammt deutlicher Erklärung aller inselbigen Signaturen und Wörter, allen Liebhabern der Hermetischen Philosophie zum besten in Druck befördert durch Einen Liebhaber Der Spagyrischen Raritæten. [Zweiter Druck im Jahr der Erstausg. mit korrigierter Jahreszahl "1738" statt "1378"].

      Jena, Verlegts Joh. Sebast. Rudolph. Buchbind., 1738. - 8 Bll., 147 S. (Titel in schwarz/rot), 6 Bll. (Index), Kl.-8°, Gemusterter Interimskarton d. Zt. Ferguson II, 570 (Anmerkung); Duveen 634; Ferchl 598; Neu 4438; Brüning 4327; Kopp II, 364. - Neben dieser gedruckten Fassung existiert auch ein Manuskript mit 40 farbigen Illustrationen in der ital. Biblioteca dell'Accademia Nazionale dei Lince, deren Bilder Bruno Nardini 1989 veröffentlichte: "Zoroaster. Ermetismo e alchemia nelle miniature di un manoscritto del sec. XVII". - An der rosenkreuzerischen Herkunft des Textes besteht kein Zweifel, so steht das "J.V.S.F.R.O." auf dem Titel für "J.V.S. Frater Rosae[crucis] Ordinis". In der Vorrede wird gemahnt, das Traktat vor den "Welt-Kindern" zu verbergen. Diese bisher befolgte Vorschrift erkläre, "warum unser Zoroaster bishierher nicht gemeine geworden; Imo: ich habe denselben auf meinen 50. jährigen Reisen nur ein einzigmal mehrenteils in Hebräischer Sprache gefunden, aber sehr unvollkommen gefunden und dennoch wurde es vor einen großen Schatz gehalten, daß, man auch viele 1.000 Thl. hätte davor geben wollen, man es dennoch davor nicht würde erhandeln können." (vgl. dazu Michael Stausberg: Faszination Zarathushtra: Zoroaster und die Europäische Religionsgeschichte. S.948ff). Der anonyme Autor ist wahrscheinlich der gleiche, der 1735 als "R. Abrahami Eleazaris" ein "Uraltes Chymisches Werk" veröffentlichte (dort im zweiten Teil mit separatem Titel: "Donum Dei Samuelis Baruch, des Juden Rabbi, Astrologi und Philosophi"). In der Slg. Duveen findet sich bei diesem Titel ein handschriftlicher Hinweis: "Deutlicher Schlüssel, derer ienigen fremden Wörter so in diesen Büchern ['Abraham Eleazar' u. 'Samuel Baruch'] befindlich, und doch zum Theil in den Registern nicht erkläret stehen welche aber in dem Buche Zoroastro dem Juden, und Rabbi enthalten sind." (Duveen S.2). Weitere Indizien für die Zusammengehörigkeit der drei Titel enthält auch die Vorrede des vorliegenden Textes: "Gegenwärtiges MStum ist hier das einige welches von Wahrheiten in Arte Spagyrica geschrieben, wie denn auch Abraham der Jude und Samuel Baruch ihr Lob verdienen", sowie die erneute Anmerkung dieses "ertz-wichtige Werck, absonderlich das 3te Buch" zu verbergen. - Deckel mit kl. Eckabriss; Seiten tlw. angeknickt; durchgehend gebräunt; sonst ein gutes Expl. aus der Bibliothek des Pariser Buchbinders Leon Gruel mit Exlibris. - Selten.

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         Historie van den heer Willem Leevend. Den Haag, Gebroeders Van Cleef, 1784-1785. [2 of 8 parts]

      8° (22,7x13,8cm): 8 parts. 8°: pi1 A-R 8 S 4.Pagination: [2] + 280 pp. Half leather binding, one title shield is missing. Paper on front and back boards is missing. Stamp and name of owner inside (Leesbibliotheek Joh. Hartman) with ink on title pages. Lit.: Buijnsters (W&D) 173, 226; Buisman 2532, 1738; Knuttel (Verb. Boeken) 2

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         \"Merckwürdiges Leben des Grafen von Bonneval; vormahls kaiserlicher General der Infanterie, anitzo aber Bassa von Caramanien... auch mit d. Bildniß des Autoris u. vielen andern Kupffern gezieret.\"

      Constantinopel [i. e. Jena], [Cuno] 1738. gest. Front.-Porträt, 456 S., 24 teils gefaltete Kupferst., Titelbl. Mit gelöschtem Eignerstemp., Einband kanten berieben, Rücken mit Einriss. \"Hayn-Got. I,412; Weller, Druckorte I, 80. Erschienen im Jahr nach der franz. Originalausgabe.\" Versand D: 15,00 EUR Osmanisches Reich, Türkei, Geschichte, Türkenkriege

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         Introduzione alla Cosmografia ... edizione seconda si aggiunge in fine un Succinto Trattato di Navigazione dell' istesso Autore.Pistoia, Atto Bracali, 1738. 2 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With 3 folding half-page plates and 1 folding letterpress table, 2 full-page plates, and 17 additional woodcut diagrams in the text. Contemporary boards, covered with gold-brocade paper.

      Riccardi, col. M-109; not in Inst. Cent. Cat. Unico; De La Lande; Norman Library; Waller; KVK (2 copies plus 1 of Navigazione alone); WorldCat (2 copies); Poggendorf II, col. 44. Very rare second edition of Marchetti's Cosmografia (the last edition published during his lifetime), supplemented by the first edition of his treatise on navigation, both illustrated with woodcut diagrams. After several chapters on terminology, signs of the zodiac, etc., the author discusses the phases of the moon, solar and lunar eclipses, measurement, the Ptolemaic, Copernican, and Tychonic solar systems, and astronomical instruments (quadrants and terrestrial and celestial globes). Marchetti's Succinto Trattato di Navigazione , (Pistoia, Atto Bracali, 1738), though mentioned on the main title-page, has its own title-page, pagination and series of signatures, and was sometimes issued separately. It discusses navigational charts and their systems of parallels and meridians, compasses, measurement, etc. An early owner's inscription on the title-page has eaten through the paper, not affecting the printing but leaving some small holes and slightly staining the following page. Otherwise a very good copy in a local and contemporary gold-brocade binding, of a rare Italian cosmography.

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         Antique Print-AGAEAN SEA-CHART-GREECE-TURKEY-CRETE-Bellin-Maurepas-1738

      1738 - Antique print, titled: 'Carte Reduite de l'Archipel.' - Sea chart of the Agaean Sea, from Candia (Crete) and Rhodos in the lower edge to Athens and Thessaloniki and Constantinople (Istanbul) at top right. The Turkish side includes Smyrna (Izmir) and Ephese. Numerous islands of the Greek archipelago are indicated. Description: From: L'Hydrographie Francoise Recueil des Cartes Generales et Particulieres qui ont ete Faites pour le Service des Vaisseaux du Roy. Par ordre des Ministres de la Marine depuis 1737. jusqu'en 1765. This map is dated 1738.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Dheulland' after 'Jacques-Nicolas Bellin / Depot de la Marine'. Guillaume Dheulland (ca. 1700-1770) was a French mapmaker and engraver. Jacques-Nicolas Bellin (1703-1772) was a French hydrographer and geographer. He is considered the greatest 18 th. c. French hydrographer and for 50 years he was associated with the 'Depot des cartes et Plans' (Depot de la Marine) as the First hydrographer of the French Royal Navy. His maps were constantly updated with the latest information and their execution magnificent. Bellin's major works are the 'Neptune Francois .', the 'Petit Atlas Maritime .' and the 'Hydrographie Francoise .' As a member of a French intellectual group called the 'Philosophes' and he contributed 994 articles to the 'Encyclopedie' by Diderot/d'Alembert. He also contributed to the 'Histoire Generale des Voyages' by Prevost. Jean-Frederic Phelypeaux, Count of Maurepas (1701-1781) was a French statesman. He was 'Secretaire d'Etat de la Marine' from 1723-1749. Engraving on hand laid paper. Anonymous. Good, given age. Original middle fold, as issued. A wormhole in the middle fold, near the left edge of the image. Paper loss in the lower margin. Some small stains in the margins and one stain just below the middle fold in the center of the image. Soft creasing in the top edge of the image. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. The overall size is ca. 103.6 x 68.6 cm. The image size is ca. 90.2 x 56.2 cm. The overall size is ca. 40.8 x 27 inch. The image size is ca. 35.5 x 22.1 inch. Storage location: Overasselt-105

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         An Historico-Geographical description of the north and eastern parts of Europe and Asia; but more particularly of Russia, Siberia, and Great Tartary.

      London: Brotherton 1738 - 4to. (22.7 x 17.5 cm). xii, 463 pp., with large folding map by R.W. Seale, folding woodcut map, folding table, 10 engraved plates (3 folding including 1 map), woodcut tables and illustrations in text (some full-page); inscription in ink to title, repaired small marginal tear to pp. 311-312. Contemporary calf, gilt ruled covers, spine with raised bands, gilt lettering to second compartment, gilt decorative ornaments to the others; neatly rebacked to style. An excellent copy of this celebrated study of Russia and Mongolia, complete with the large map; with fine English provenance. The author, the Swedish officer Philipp Johann Tabert von Strahlenberg (1676–1747), spent 10 years in captivity in Siberia between 1711 and 1722 following the defeat of Charles XII. During his stay in Russia he collected information and material on the languages and people of Ural and Altai stock, which became the basis for the present work. The text is of great importance, offering much first hand information - geographical, historical, and ethnographic - about Siberia and Great Tartary. The work also includes early descriptions of the linguistics of the region, with a Kalmyk vocabulary that includes translations of Mongolian words. The most important aspect of the present work, however, is von Strahlenberg's rare map depicting the Russian realm and Great Tartary, which contains extensive information about Siberia. Preparing the map, von Strahlenberg used his own latitudinal calculations as well as expedition accounts written by others. This copy is of the second English edition (after the first edition in German in 1730 and the first English of 1736), with the map specially re-engraved by Richard William Seale. It comes from the library of the Bickford family, who resided in the historic country house Dunsland, in the parish of Bradford, near Holsworthy, in Devon, England. The manor was home to four generations of the Bickford family from c. 1830. The house was sold in 1947 and destroyed by fire twenty years later. Cox I, 194; Crowther 2034. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Johann Christian Guenthers, des beruehmten schlesischen Dichters, Leben und Schrifften. Angebunden: Le Clerc, Jean. Hn. Joh. Clerici Gedancken von der wahren und falschen Rede-Kunst. Ihres Nutzens wegen aus dem Frantzoesischen (sic) ins Teutsche uebersetzet und mit einigen Anmerckungen erlaeutert. Altenburg, Richter, 1722; Angebunden: Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe. Gespraeche von der Beredsamkeit insgemein und von der geistlichen insonderheit aus dem Frantzoesischen übers. (von Carl Heinrich Theune). Halle, G. Klemm, 1734.

      Schlesien, auf Kosten des Verfassers (Breslau, Meyer), 1738 - Halbpergament der Zeit. - Drei seltene Drucke in einem Band. I. 8 nn. Bl., 168 S. Erste Ausgabe. - Goed. III, 350.16 - Weller I, 80. Erste Ausgabe der Biographie des schlesischen Dichters, dessen posthum veröffentlichten Liebes- und Studentenlieder auf die Anakreontik und die Erlebnislyrik des Sturm und Drang vorausweisen und die erst 1742 in die Sammelausgabe von Günthers Werken übernommen wurde. – II. Angebunden: Le Clerc, Jean. Hn. Joh. Clerici Gedancken von der wahren und falschen Rede-Kunst. Ihres Nutzens wegen aus dem Frantzösischen (sic) ins Teutsche übersetzet und mit einigen Anmerckungen erläutert. Altenburg, Richter, 1722. 8 nn. Bl., 108 S., 2 nn. Bl. - Erste dt. Ausgabe. - Nicht bei Fromm - Der Schweizer Theologe u. Enzyklopädist Jean Leclerc (1657-1736) brach mit dem Calvinismus und musste Genf verlassen. 1682 ging er über London nach Amsterdam und lehrte dort am Kollegium der Remonstranten. – III. Daran angebunden: Fénelon, François de Salignac de La Mothe. Gespräche von der Beredsamkeit insgemein und von der geistlichen insonderheit . aus dem Frantzösischen übers. (von Carl Heinrich Theune). Halle, G. Klemm, 1734. 190 S., 1 Bl. - Erste dt. Ausgabe. - Nicht bei Fromm. - Etw. gebräunt und braunfleckig, einige Seiten etwas stärker. Halbpergament der Zeit mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel (Rücken angestaubt). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         VETERUM BRIXIAE EPISCOPORUM S. PHILASTRII ET S. GAUDENTII OPERA, NEC NON B. RAMPERTI ET VEN. ADELMANNI OPUSCULA.

      Brixiae, ex Typographia Joannis Mariae Rizzardi, 1738. In folio (mm. 432x296), p. pergam. coeva (pesanti tracce d'uso), tit. oro su tassello al dorso, 4 cc.nn., LIX,442 pp.num., 1 c.b.; molto belle le vignette sia al frontespizio (Nova Cathedralis Brixiana) che alla dedica a Papa Clemente XII (due angeli sorreggono lo stemma papale e ai lati due vedute di interni delle stanze vaticane), inc. in rame dallo Zucchi. Questa pregevole edizione è anche ornata da 6 grandi iniziali figurate a vignetta e 4 testate con scene della vita dei vescovi bresciani, inc. in rame da F. Cattini. L'opera "nunc primum in unum collecta, ad veteres MSS. Codices collata, notis, aliisque additionibus illustrata & aucta. Prodeunt jussu Eminentiss..Cardinalis Quirini Brixiae Episcopi et apostolicae sedis bibliothecarii". "Prima edizione." Cfr. Brunet,V,1163 - Graesse,VII,294. Con timbri di apparten., altrimenti esemplare marginoso ben conservato.

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         Die Gross- und Kleine Welt, Natürlich-, Sittlich- und Politischer Weiß zum Lust und Nutzen vorgestellt, Das ist: Der mehrist- und fürnemsten Geschöpffen natürliche Eigenschafften, ., auf . Lebens-Art der Menschen ausgedeutet. 4 Teile in 1 Band.

      Martin Veith / und Happachische Interessenten, Augsburg 1738 - 4to. (ca. 32,5 x 20,5 cm). Leder der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit reicher Rückenvergoldung, goldgepr. Rückenschild, und zwei Leder/Messing-Schließen, Rotschnitt, 8 Bll., 676 S., 7 Bll. Einzige Ausgabe. - Kobolt (1676-1749) war Benediktiner im Kloster Weingarten, Professor für Theologie und Physik. Ausführliche Beschreibung und Kommentierung des Werks durch Dietmar Peil: Willibald Kobolt: "Die Groß- und Kleine Welt (1738)" in: Enzyklopädien der frühen Neuzeit: Beiträge zu ihrer Erforschung. Hrsgg. von Franz M. Eybl (1995), S. 141-161. - Gut erhaltenes Exemplar in einem zeitgenössischen Einband. Die Deckel mit Schabspuren, wenige kleine Wurmlöcher an den Gelenken, Schließen intakt. Vorsätze etwas leimschattig. Innen weitgehend sauber oder nur wenig fleckig, einige Abschnitte gebräunt oder stärker braunfleckig. 2700 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De La Distribution Des Maisons De Plaisance, et De La Décoration Des Edifices En Général (tome second).

      Chez Charles-Antoine Jombert, A Paris, Rue Dauphine 1738 - Reliure d'époque plein veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné abimé, tranches rouges, exemplaire lég dérelié, quelques traces d'humidité, complet du texte et des 99 planches gravées in texte, dont certaines dépliantes en double et triple page. Titres noirs et rouges, iv p, 180p de texte dans un encadrement, bandeaux, culs-de-lampes et majuscules ornés Size: Gd In4 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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