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         La Divina Commedia di Dante Alighieri con varie annotazioni, e copiosi Rami adornata. Dedicata alla sagra imperial maestà di Elisabetta Petrowna imperatrice di tutte le Russie ec.ec.ec. dal conte don Cristoforo Zapata de Cisneros. Tomo secondo. Tomo terzo. Tomo quarto parte prima.

      - In Venezia, presso Antonio Zatta, 1757-1758 voll. 3 (su 5), in-4, cartonature rustiche originali (qualche rinforzo ai dorsi dei volumi secondo e terzo, manca il dorso del quarto), pp. CCCCXIII, [3], l'ultima carta bianca (33 tavv.) - CCCCLII, [4], 103, [1] (33 tavv.) - XII, 408 (4 tavv.). Con complessivamente 70 tavv. incise in rame f.t. (33 + 33 + 4) e altrettanti argomenti o vignette, sempre in calcografia, impressi all'inizio di ogni canto o di ogni opera. Edizione famosissima, fra le più ricercate del Settecento, qui presente in un esemplare mancante del primo volume (Inferno) e dell'ultimo (seconda parte delle altre opere). I volumi si presentano a pieni margini e con interni in ottime condizioni.

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         Estatutos dos mercadores de retalho.

      Lisbon Miguel Rodrigues 1757 - folio, with a large armorial woodcut on title-page, (2) + 14 + (12)pp., recent marbled boards lettered on spine. A fine, crisp, copy. Probably the first edition. An interesting example of the economic reforms put in place by the Marquis de Pombal, in this case codifying national regulations affecting the retail trade, shop keepers and merchants. Pombal, secretary of state for internal affairs, and de facto Prime Minister of Portugal from 1750 to 1777, is noted for his swift and competent leadership in the aftermath of the 1755 Lisbon earthquake. He implemented sweeping economic policies in Portugal to regulate commercial activity and standardize quality throughout the country. The present rules of engagement for the retail trade were part of that reform. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: John Drury Rare Books ABA ILAB]
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         De tumore ligamentorum circa articulos, fungo articulorum dicto.

      - Leiden, C. Wishoff, 1757. 4to. 4 Bl., 52 S., 1 Bl. Halbpergament d. Zeit (berieben u. verblaßt, Kanten bestoßen). Erste Ausgabe. - Medizinische Inauguraldissertation über die Gelenkgeschwulste. Der jüngere Reimarus, Sohn des bedeutenden Aufklärungsphilosophen Hermann Samuel Reimarus und Herausgeber von dessen epochemachenden Untersuchungen zur Tierpsychologie, hatte zunächst in Göttingen, dann in Leiden Medizin und Naturwissenschaften studiert. 1754 ging er nach Edinburgh, wo er in nähere Beziehung zu Erasmus Darwin, James Keir, Alexander Munro (II.) u.a. trat. Dieser studentische Freundeskreis bildete den Ursprung der Edinburgher Medizinischen Gesellschaft. 1755 ging Reimarus zusammen mit Erasmus Darwin nach London, wo sie "Zeltgenossen" (contubernalis) waren und wo Reimarus neben seinem Studium besonders die Hospitäler besuchte. Hier lernte er die Einimpfung der Blattern kennen, die er später erfolgreich in seiner Vaterstadt Hamburg eingeführt hat. 1756 ging Reimarus wieder zurück nach Leiden und promovierte mit der vorliegenden Arbeit. Sie ist besonders bemerkenswert durch ein langes 9-strophiges Widmungsgedicht von Erasmus Darwin: "Erubescere me fecit inopinato, abundantia quidem amoris captus, Vir amicissimus, Erasmus Darwin . Edinburgi olim studiorum socius, Londini etiam contubernalis". In diesem Gedicht, wohl sein poetischer Erstling, spielt Darwin auf die Vielseitigkeit der Interessen seines Freundes an, der sich nur schwer zwischen drei "Bräuten", der Botanik, Chemie und Medizin, entscheiden konnte - ein Charakterzug, der in noch ausgeprägterem Maße auf Darwin selbst zutraf. Reimarus selbst war mehr ein Praktiker. Er hat als erster den Gedanken geäußert, dass ansteckende Krankheiten nicht durch Gifte, sondern durch lebendige Organismen (Bazillen) verbreitet würden, und er entdeckte die für Augenoperationen wichtige Wirkung des Atropin (Belladonna). Seine Dissertation über die Gelenkgeschwulste wurde von G. B. Morgagni in seinem unsterblichen Werk 'De sedibus et causis morborum' zum Teil ausgezogen und mit viel Lob beehrt und von Haller eines Nachdruckes für wert befunden. - Hirsch/Hüb. IV,756; ADB 27, 705; Jöcher/Rotermund VI; Schröder VI, 201,1; nicht bei Waller u. Blake. - Eine weitere medizinische Dissertation (über Entzündung des Nagelbettes) angebunden: J. PLOOS VAN AMSTEL. De paronychia. Leiden, G. Wishoff u. J. Bos, 1758. 2 Bl., 31 S., 6 Bl. - Durchgehend gebräunt u. stockfleckig.

      [Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip]
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         The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle Volume XXVII (27) January to December 1757

      London: D Henry; R Cave. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. 20th century binding with new eps. Some foxing and set-off. 1757. First Edition. Buff hardback cloth cover. 220mm x 140mm (9" x 6"). iii, 608pp, [xvi] + plates. 21 b/w plates and maps (many fold-out). .

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         Histoire du Bas-Empire, En Commençant a Constantin Le Grand Tomes 1 - 22

      Paris: Saillant & Nyon, 1757-81. Leatherbound. Very good. 22 vols.: 627; 555; 440; 474; 509; 559; 511; 584; 514; 536; 522; 532; 501; 512; 505; 478; 602; 480; 480; 544; 496; 532 p. 18 cm. Full leather with raised bands, gilt trim, burgundy spine labels. Red text block edges, marbled endpapers. Corners bumped, a few spine ends chipped. Scuffs to front of vol. 10. Ink signatures, inscriptions, ink stamps, blind stamps on title pages, depending on the volume. Tear in front pastedown vol. 3. Vol. 22 continuée par M. Ameilhon. Vols. 23 to 27 by Hubert-Pascal Ameilhon not included. French text.

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         A Guide to the Knowledge of the Rights and Privileges of Englishmen. Containing . . . Magna Charta, with Remarks thereon . . . The Habeas Corpus Act . . . The Bill of Rights . . . To which is added, [John Somers] The Security of Englishmens Lives [etc.]

      Printed for J. Scott, at the Black Swan in Pater-noster-Row, London 1757 - Contemporary sheep, quite rubbed, rebacked, with the errata pasted down on the verso of the title; a clean usable copy One of the principal works of Somers, "the embodiment of the perfect Whig" in Holdsworth's words, and "a master of legal principles [and] of presenting them in a lucid form", with the glossed landmarks of English constitutional law prefacing its text

      [Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA]
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         Vida y Virtutes de la serenissima senora Da. Maria Ana, Reyna de Portugal, y Los Algarves, Princesa Real de Hungaria, y Bohemia, y Archiduquesa de Austria, etc. Trans. from the Latin by Joseph Guerra.

      Madrid, Antonio Marin 1757 - With engr. portrait of Maria- Anna by Josef Flipart. 12 unn. leaves (incl. title), 282 pp. 8vo. Contemp. red morocco, wide border around sides formed of 2 different flower stamps, spine richly gilt, e.g., gilt heraldic supralibros with the arms of Maria-Barbara of Portugal, Queen of Spain. Madrid, Antonio Marin, 1757. First edtion in Castellan of a biography of Maria-Anna of Austria (1683-1754), Queen of Portugal, daughter of Emperor Leopold I of Austria. She was married to King John V (the Magnanimous) of Portugal, whose reign was marked by a long period of peace. Written in Latin by the Jesuit Joseph Ritter (1698-1761), her confessor, the work was initially published in Latin by Trattner in Vienna in 1756. This biography was commissioned by her daughter Maria-Barbara of Portugal (1711-1798), married to Ferdinand VI, King of Spain, to whom it is dedicated, and whose arms adorn the binding.- Fine typography, printed on heavy stock, in a beautiful binding. - Sommervogel VI, 1877; Palau 269578. BINDINGS ; PORTUGAL ; [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat]
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         Relaçam do estrago, e catastrof, succedido na ilha de S. Jorge, e mais circumvisinhas. Por J. A. B. D. M. F. P. E. S.

      Lisbon, n.pr., 1757. - 4°, later patterned blue and white wrappers (fading at spine and fore-edge). Woodcut ornament (bowl of fruit and flowers) on title page. Light browning. Overall in very good condition. 7 pp. *** FIRST EDITION; it was reprinted in Ponta Delgada, 1977. The author recounts the effects of an earthquake that struck the Azores on July 9-10, 1757, and the tsunami that followed, which together caused the loss of 1,200 lives. The island of São Jorge was hardest hit. Details are given of the destruction of many villages and the actions of Manuel Rodrigues Pereira and Bishop Valerio do Sacramento.The 1757 earthquake was one of at least six major eruptions suffered by the volcanic Azores between 1580 and 1907. Online sources give the death toll in 1757 as 1,053 rather than 1,200.*** Figanière 1094. Coimbra, Miscelâneas 1559. Not in Innocêncio or Fonseca, Pseudónimos. Not in Guerra Andrade, Dicionário de pseudónimos e iniciais de escritores portugueses. Porbase locates three copies, all at the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal. Not located in Copac. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books]
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         1757 Massachusetts Document with Paid 4 Pence "Sailing Ship" Vignette Embossed Revenue Stamp "Steady Steady."

      Hardwick, 1757. 1p. partially printed and accomplished, docketed on verso. 13 x 8 inches. Old folds, two small wholes in upper right corner affecting one word of text, else fine. 1p. partially printed and accomplished, docketed on verso. 13 x 8 inches. MASSACHUSETTS STAMP ACT. Partially-Printed Document Signed "David White" dated during the French & Indian War period, conveying to Samuel Robinson "One Certain Tract or Parcel of Land Lying and being in Hardwick." With most of the wax seal remaining and signed at the bottom by Job Dexter and Sarah White. In 1755, during the second administration of Governor Shirley, the Massachusetts General Court, anticipating a war with the French, enacted a stamp act, or tax on paper, to pay for the construction of forts in Maine and the defense of the frontiers. The stamps were issued in half-penny, two-penny, three-penny, and four-penny amounts. The tax only remained in effect for two years.

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         Atlas Universel

      Large folio (560 x 445 mm); engraved title-page, 2 page introduction, 34-page geographical text with index page, six-page subscription list calling for 517 subscribers; 108 double-page engraved maps in original outline colour, listed in a letterpress table pasted to the front end-paper, twelve of the ancient world, 96 modern maps. Some light waterstaining along the lower border. Contemporary cat's paw calf, professionally rebacked and repaired, old spine laid down with seven raised bands, gilt decoration and red morocco label; extremities slightly worn, some minor loss to decoration on spine. Paris : Gilles & Didier Robert de Vaugondy, 

      [Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd.]
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         Ulm eine considerable Freye Reichs Statt . (auch lat. Titel).

      Augsburg: Seutter/Lotter 1735/1757 - Altkolor. Kupferstich, 59 x 50 cm. Prachtexemplar. * Sehr dekoratives Blatt: im oberen Teil große Ansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Einzeichnung aller Gebäude, umgeben von starken Befestigungsanlagen, unten blattbreite Panorama-Ansicht gegen Südwesten gesehen. Am linken Rand Gebäudeerklärungen sowie ein gestochener dt. Text zur Stadtgeschichte. Mit dem zusätzlichen Verlegervermerk "Anjezo im Verlag bey T. C. Lotter in Augsb(urg)". Das ursprünglich in der Offizin von Matthäus Seutter erschienene Blatt wurde nach dessen Tod (1757) mit unveränderter Kupferplatte, jedoch mit hinzugravierter Verlagsadresse von Lotter weiterhin herausgegeben. Lit.: M. Ritter, Die Welt aus Augsburg. Landkarten von T. C. Lotter (1717-1777) und seinen Nachfolgern. Berlin 2014.

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         Carta de la Mar del Sur, o Mar Pacifico, entre el Equador, y 39 1/2 de latitud Septentrional hallada por el Almirante Jorge Anson en el Galeon de Philipinas, que apresó

      1757 - 23.5 x 22.7 cm. Mapa sumamente raro de la costa de California y parte del occidente de México que fue copiado de la carta de George Anson de 1748. En el ángulo superior derecho una cartela contiene el título y una leyenda que reza: "Viage de Anson. Lib 3. Cap.8. pag. 305. Mapa 33." En la esquina inferior derecha: "Joseph Gonzz. Sculpt. Mn." Arriba al centro la frase: "Parte de California". La costa californiana se extiende al norte desde Punta de los Reyes y las Islas Farallones, hasta el Cabo de San Lucas y la entrada al Golfo de California. Mientras que la costa occidental de México se extiende desde las Islas Marías hasta Acapulco y el Puerto del Marques. También están indicados Punta de Año nuevo, Punta de Pinas, Santa Catalina, Punta de la Concepción, Punta de S. Diego, entre otros. Apareció publicado en el volumen tercero de la obra de Miguel Venegas (1680-1764) titulada Noticia de la California, y de su conquista temporal, y espiritual hasta el tiempo presente. Sacada de la historia manuscrita, formada en México año de 1739 por el Padre Miguel Venegas, de la Compañía de Jesús; y de otras Noticias, y Relaciones antiguas, y modernas, y publicada en Madrid en 1757. Venegas fue un historiador jesuita nacido en la ciudad de Puebla que recibió la encomienda de redactar un informe sobre las misiones apostólicas de la Compañía de Jesús en California, y aunque nunca visitó este territorio, se sirvió de la correspondencia que mantuvo con los frailes evangelizadores y de los informes que éstos últimos elaboraron sobre sus misiones para completar esta relevante obra para la historia californiana, presentada en tres volúmenes. Aparentemente este mapa está basado en otro que fue publicado en una de las ediciones de la obra Viaje Alrededor del Mundo (1740-1744), del Almirante George Anson. Este libro constituye un apasionante relato del intento de una flota de la Marina Real Británica por circunnavegar el globo y de las penurias que sufrieron, pues de los casi dos mil hombres que zarparon murieron 1,400, principalmente de hambre y enfermedades. En el viaje de regreso a través de China, Anson logró capturar el Galeón de Manila Nuestra Señora de Covadonga, hazaña que le reportó fama y fortuna. Este excepcional mapa ilustra los puntos costeros más relevantes de la ruta comercial del Galeón de Manila. En 1521, una expedición española comandada por Fernando de Magallanes atravesó el océano Pacífico hacia el occidente y descubrió las islas Marianas y las Filipinas, mismas que fueron reclamadas por el imperio español. El Galeón de Manila era una flota de barcos mercantes que hacía viajes de ida y vuelta a través del océano Pacífico una o dos veces al año, desde el puerto de Acapulco en Nueva España (donde también se le conocía como "La Nao de China"), hasta Manila en las Indias Orientales, hoy Filipinas. Esta importante ruta comercial se estableció en 1565, luego de que el fraile agustino Andrés de Urdaneta descubriera el itinerario de tornaviaje desde las Filipinas a México; y se suspendió en 1825 cuando el proceso de Independencia mexicano terminó con el control español sobre los puertos de la antigua colonia americana. Los galeones de Manila navegaron el mar Pacífico por 250 años, llevando a España sus cargamentos de objetos de lujo, beneficios económicos e intercambios culturales. El principal motivo para la exploración de la California fue establecer posibles puntos costeros que sirvieran como estaciones para los galeones de Manila en el último tramo de su largo viaje de regreso desde las Indias Orientales.

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         Il diritto della Natura e delle Genti o sia Sistema generale de' Principii li più importanti di Morale, Giurisprudenza e Politica rettificato, accresciuto, e illustrato da Giovambattista Almici bresciano.

      Appresso Pietro Valvasense,, In Venezia, 1757 - Quattro volumi di cm. 25, pp. (2) xlviii, 323 (1); 472; 395 (1); 536. Ritratto dell'autore inciso in rame all'antiporta del primo volume e primo frontespizio in rosso e nero. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti alla base dei dorsi. Tagli marnorizzati. Un paio di sguardie anteriori assenti, qualche fioritura sparsa, una machietta al frontespizio del primo volume, esemplare peraltro genuino e marginoso, ben conservato. Si tratta della prima, non comune edizione originale della traduzione italiana di questo caposaldo del pensiero giuridio-politico mondiale. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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         Heures Imprimees Par L'ordre Demonseigneur L'Evesque, Comte De Lisieux

      Chez Jacques Du roncerey, Imprimeur De Monfeigneur 1757 - Hymns and daily devotional in French. Maroon leather. Decorative gilt stamp on cover and spine. Edges are bumped and rubbed. Leather on back has a small hole from a burn mark. Marbled endpapers. Gift inscription on front pastedown. 674 pages plus index. Back pages are damp stained. Silk ribbon bookmarks present but no longer attached. Several page edges are bumped. Very light foxing on a few pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         The Spectator.

      London: Jacob and Richard Tonson, 1757.(). Eight volumes. 8vo. 125 x 204 cm. From no. 1 to 635, (March 1, 1710-1711 to Dec. 20, 1757). Bound in cont. calf; gilt decoration and raised band on spines, rubbed. All bindings intact. With 8 engraved titles by Ravenet and Grignion. Ownership Ex libris of Robert Utter & Gooksborough.

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         The Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Chronicle. Volume XXVII (27) January to December 1757

      D Henry; R Cave, London 1757 - iii, 608pp, [xvi] + plates. 21 b/w plates and maps (many fold-out). G : in Good condition without dust jacket. 20th century binding with new eps. Some foxing and set-off [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Stadtplan und Gesamtansicht ('Grund-Riss der Kayserlichen und des Heil. Röm. Reichs Freyen Stadt Lübeck').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich b. Tobias Conrad Lotter in Augsburg, 1757, 49,5 x 57,5 Sahlmann, Die alte Reichs- u. Hansestadt Lübeck, Nr. 4.21.2 - Stadtplan von Lübeck umgeben von vier Kartuschen mit Titel, Erklärungen und Namensregistern. - Im unteren Blattdrittel Gesamtansicht von Lübeck mit Erklärungen von 1 - 28 ('Lübeck.')

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         The doctrine of fluxions : not only explaining the elements thereof, but also its application and use in the several parts of mathematics and natural philosophy.

      J. Bettenham: and sold by W. Innys 1757 - Second edition. xvi, 432, [2] p., 102 folding plates, errata. Fine modern 3/4 leather over marbled boards, raised bands, black leather spine label, gilt rule. Minor toning, marginal soiling, tanning to title page. Errata page trimmed close. Emerson's first book. Emerson was an important supporter of Newtonian mathematics. From the preface: "To say anything in praise of the Method of Fluxions, or of its dignity and rank among the mathematical sciences, would be as needless as to describe the excellency of bright sunshine above the twinkling light of stars; since anyone who is acquainted with the sciences will allow it to be a method of calculation incomparably superior to all other methods that ever were known or found out; and beyond which nothing further is to be hoped or expected. It lens its aid and assistance to all the other mathematical sciences, and that in their greatest wants and distresses: It opens and discovers to us the secrets and recesses of Nature, which have always before been locked up in obscurity and darkness. To this all the noble and valuable discoveries of the last and present age are entirely owing: And by this method Sir Isaac Newton, the worthy inventor, determined and settled the system of the whole visible World." A fun aside. Emerson turned down FRS, stating: "It is a damned hard thing that a man should burn so many farthing candles as I have done, and then have to pay so much a year for the honour of F.R.S. after his name. When a man becomes eminent, he has to pay quarterly for it. This is the way ingenuity is rewarded in England. Damn them and their F.R.S. too." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Antique Master Print-SMOKERS-DUTCH-INN-Teniers-Canot-1757

      - Original master print, titled: 'Les Fumeurs Hollandois'. It shows three men smoking pipes in a rustic tavern. A Fourth man is leaving through a door on the left. Handcoloured engraving on a verge type hand laid paper. Description: Original antique master print. 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: Engraved by Canot after a painting by Teniers. This print was published by P.C. Canot, in 1757. David Teniers the Younger (1610-1690) was a Flemish artist, born in Antwerp. He was the son of David Teniers the Elder, while his son and grandson also became painters. He was a wildly prolific painter, creating over 900 works. During his life he started the Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts, after having presided over the Antwerp guild of painters. Pierre-Charles Canot (c.1710-1777) was a French engraver, although he moved to England in 1740, where he remained for the rest of his life. Condition: Excellent, given age. Extremities a little browned, two printer's folds in the right margin, top edge tiny tears restored with paper tape. General age-related toning and/or occasional light soiling from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: DP-B1-22 The overall size is ca. 22.8 x 16.7 inch. The image size is ca. 16.3 x 12.4 inch. The overall size is ca. 58 x 42.5 cm. The image size is ca. 41.5 x 31.5 cm.

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         Il diritto della Natura e delle Genti o sia Sistema generale de' Principii li più importanti di Morale, Giurisprudenza e Politica... rettificato, accresciuto, e illustrato da Giovambattista Almici bresciano.

      Appresso Pietro Valvasense, 1757. Quattro volumi di cm. 25, pp. (2) xlviii, 323 (1); 472; 395 (1); 536. Ritratto dell'autore inciso in rame all'antiporta del primo volume e primo frontespizio in rosso e nero. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti alla base dei dorsi. Tagli marnorizzati. Un paio di sguardie anteriori assenti, qualche fioritura sparsa, una machietta al frontespizio del primo volume, esemplare peraltro genuino e marginoso, ben conservato. Si tratta della prima, non comune edizione originale della traduzione italiana di questo caposaldo del pensiero giuridio-politico mondiale.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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         LE LIVRE DE QUATRE COULEURS

      Impr. des Quatre-Saisons 4444 (ma 1757), Parigi - Vera curiosità editoriale questo volume in 8° legato in cartonato rustico, sguardie, occhiello, frontespizio stampato in quattro colori, bella marca incisa in rame, motto anch'esso quadricromico Ridendo dicere verum quid vetat? posto intorno all'incisione, XXIV, 110 pp., bianca finale. Il volume è stampato in quattro colori diversi, dividendo equamente fra essi le pagine:blu, rosso arancio e marrone. Un gioco editoriale, una goliardata di gran classe voluta a Parigi da un gruppo di gentiluomini per stupire e meravigliare. Invero una gran fatica per lo stampatore ed un bell'oggetto per i futuri collezionisti. L'opera si presenta in bello stato, in barbe, a pieni margini, col vezzo del cartonato rustico, l'occhiello ed in minima parte il frontespizio restaurati ad arte ab antiquo. Sicuramente raro, una curiosità golosa per il bibliofilo.

      [Bookseller: Accademia degli Erranti]
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         Analecta Fastorum Zittaviensium oder Historischer Schauplatz der Löblichen Alten Sechs-Stadt des Marggraffthums Ober-Lausitz Zittau.

      Mit gest. Frontispiz und 6 (4 doppels.) Kupferstichen Umfangreiche Stadtchronik, die auch heute noch eine Fundgrube für den Historiker ist. Carpzov konnte noch aus Quellen schöpfen, die 1757 bei der Zerstörung Zittaus verbrannt sind. Vorliegendes Exemplar mit interessanter Provinienz. Es stammt aus dem Besitz des Historikers Carl Gottlob Morawek und wurde von diesem mit einigen zusätzlichen handschrlftlichen Blättern und aufgeklebten Zeitungsausschnitten getrüffelt. Die doppelblattgroße Stadtansicht wurde von einem späteren Besitzer entfernt, an ihrer Stelle liegt eine beschädigt eund aufkaschierte Ansicht lose bei. Der Stadtplan ist koloriert und ebenfalls aufkaschiert, außerdem ist zusätzlich die Landkarte der Oberlausitz aus Carpzovs Ehrentempel eingebunden. Außerdem sind die 2 Prospekte vom Berg Oybin und die 2 Wappenkupfer vorhanden. Seiten sind leicht gebräunt und teils gering fleckig. Gutes Exemplar der gesuchten Chronik.

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         THEORICA, Y PRÁCTICA DE COMERCIO Y DE MARINA, EN DIFERENTES DISCURSOS, Y CALIFICADOS EXEMPLARES, QUE, CON ESPECIFICAS PROVIDENCIAS, SE PROCURAN ADAPTAR A LA MONARCHIA ESPAÑOLA, PARA SU PROMPTA RESTAURACIÓN. Beneficio universal, y mayor fortaleza contra los émulos de la Real Corona: mediante la soberana protección del Rey nuestro Señor Don Phelipe V

      - Madrid. Imp. Antonio Sanz. 1757. 3ª Impresión enmendada por el autor. 30x21 cm. 1 h. en blanco + portada + 17 folios de dedicatoria, licencias, aprobaciones, tabla + 454 págs. + 1 h. en blanco. texto a dos columnas, medallón grabado con el autor. Pleno pergamino época, cierres de cuerda, grandes márgenes y muy limpio. Firma anterior propietario en hoja de respeto. # hª España. Comercio [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Storia Della Musica Tomo Primo Alla Sacra Reale Cattolica Maesta. Maria Barbara. Infanta DI Portogallo, Regina Delle Spaghne ec. ec. ec.

      Per Leiio dalla Vo;pe Impressore dell' Instituto delle Scienze, Con Licenza de' Superiori 1757 - Volume one. Bound in three quarter Vellum and patterned boards.Foxing throughout. Not affecting the numerous illustrations. 3 pull out plates. All of which has been tape repaired. A few other tape repairs to pages. Nothing is missing. 502 pages plus 2 index pages. Back hinge is cracked with a tear. Spine is missing about a third of the vellum. Only part of the title is present. A few pen notations at the full title page. It could certainly use a new binding. At least the spine. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         NEW REGULATIONS FOR THE PRUSSIAN INFANTRY:

      London, J. Rivington and J. Fletcher; A. Linde; and Thomas Pote, 1757. containing an exact detail of the present field-service: and Particularly the most essential and recent Parts of the Foot-Exercise. With Several Articles never before made Public. The whole translated from the original German manuscript, and illustrated with various representations of the exercise in sixteen copper-plates. FIRST EDITION, 1757. Small 4to, approximately 225 x 170 mm, 8¾ x 6¾ inches, engraved encampment headpiece to dedication to Duke of Marlborough, 16 engraved plates on 15 folding sheets, (plates V & VI on 1 sheet), the number has been omitted by the printer from plate VI. The first 3 plates and plate XVI each have an inserted page of Explanation, that to plate XVI is erroneously numbered Plate IV and inserted wrongly opposite plate IV instead of at page 54, in addition most copies have the 3 leaves of explanation for plates I, II, and III inserted between pages 26 and 27, whereas ours are inserted correctly with those plates before the text of Part I, plate IV is misplaced after the first 3 plates and should be at page 26/27, at the beginning of Part II where it is described in Chapter I. Collated and complete. Pages vii, (1 - Contents), (8 - Explanations), 59, (1), bound in full old calf, modern calf reback, gilt lettered title to spine, original endpapers. Covers and corners slightly worn, 2 names on front endpaper, quite foxed on title, prelim pages and last few pages, foxing throughout, including some plates, mostly to margins, all text legible. Binding tight and firm. A good copy but affected by foxing. This work is translated from a German manuscript, apparently a copy of Regulations issued by Frederick the Great some time after 1742. The regulations relate in Part I to Field-Duty for infantry, cavalry and artillery, in Part II to forming battalions, marching, passing a bridge, regiments in action, regulations for artillery when marching. The unknown editor states in his preface that in this work "many Articles of the Prussian Service are made public, which have hitherto been kept secret". See ESTC T112373 and Copac. Not in Spaulding and Karpinski, or the military volume of Sotheby's Catalogue of the Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part Ten. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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         Contest in America Between Great Britain and France With Its Consequences and Importance; Giving an Account of the Views and Designs of the French, with the Interests of Great Britain, and the Situation of the British and French Colonies, in all parts of America: In Which a Proper Barrier between the two Nations in North America is pointed out, with a Method to Prosecute the WAR, so as to obtain that necessary security for our Colonies. By an Impartial Hand.

      London Printed for A. Millar 1757 - First Edition of One of the Most Important Books on the French and Indian War [MITCHELL, John]. The Contest in America Between Great Britain and France, With Its Consequences and Importance; Giving an Account of the Views and Designs of the French, with the Interests of Great Britain, and the Situation of the British and French Colonies, in all parts of America: In Which a Proper Barrier between the two Nations in North America is pointed out, with a Method to Prosecute the WAR, so as to obtain that necessary security for our Colonies. By an Impartial Hand. London: Printed for A. Millar, 1757. First edition. Octavo (7 11/16 x 4 11/16 inches; 194 x 120 mm) [2], [i]-xlix, [1, errata], [17]-88, 73-244 pp. Signatures I-K (pg 73-88) with a repeat in pagination and collation, but text is continuous, as in all copies. Published in complement to Mitchell's famous North American Territory map of 1755. Contemporary full speckled calf. Spine ruled in gilt. Brown morocco spine label, lettered in gilt. Board edges stamped in blind. All edges speckled red. Some slight rubbing to boards, mainly edges and hinges. Previous owner's bookplate on old ink signature on front pastedown. Internally, exceptionally clean. Overall an about fine copy. John Mitchell was a botanist and cartographer, renown for his map of 1755 of the North American territories. "Mitchell was increasingly drawn to cartography, as his worries over French territorial claims in North America increased.In 1755 Mitchell published his map in eight sheets, engraved by Thomas Kitchin.His complementary Contest in North America between Great Britain and France with its Consequences and Importance was published in 1757." (Oxford Dictionary of National Biography). ". . . a well-argued, factually rich assertion of the British claim to the Ohio country, based upon the existence of English settlements and trading posts in the great valley, years before the French invasion of it. The author prescribed for a boundary between the two colonial empires the natural barrier formed by the St. Lawrence and the Lakes, and believing that the great extent and varied and conflicting interest of the British colonies made impossible a union comprising all of them, he proposed a ‘triple union’; that is, three administrative and defensive unions made up much as are now the groups we call New England, the Middle States, and the Southern States." (Lawrence Wroth, "An American Bookshelf") The "Monthly Review," XVII. 172, says, "that this work abounds with truths, hitherto perhaps not generally attended to, and with observations and proposals that indicate the author’s knowledge of the subject." This book has also been ascribed to Dr. Oliver Goldsmith. It shows an unusual knowledge and familiarity with the internal geography of America and the affairs of the French on the lakes, the Ohio, and in Western Virginia. (Sabin) ESTC T34013. Howes M676. Sabin 49693. HBS 67882. $4,000 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Paradise Lost. A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Fourth Edition. With Notes of various Authors, by Thomas Newton, D.D. ~~~~~~~ Paradise Regain’d. A Poem in Four Books. To Which is added Samson Agonistes and Poems upon Several Occasions. The Third Edition. With Notes of various Authors, by Thomas Newton, D.D.

      London: Printed for C Hitch and L Hawes et al. 1757 - London: Printed for C Hitch and L Hawes et al. 1757, 1760. Volume 1. – Paradise Lost – Book I-VI, [I-LXXXVI], [26], [27], 510pp. Volume 2. – Paradise Lost – Book VII-XII, and postscript, 463 pp. plus extensive Index. Volume 1. – Paradise Regain’d – Book I-VI, and Samson Agonistes, [14], 335 pp. Volume 2. – Paradise Regain’d – Poems upon Several Occasions (Sonnets and Psalms) [8], 386 pp [4pp Index, 1pp Advert]. Paradise Lost date 1757 – Engraved frontispiece portrait in volume I and 12 plates. Two volumes. 8vo. Bound in tree calf, gilt decorated spines divided into six panels by a gilt decorated raised bands, lettered in the second panel on a red goatskin label, numbered in the third on a black label the other panels decorated in gilt. With: Paradise Regain'd dated 1760. A Poem, in Four Books. To which is added Samson Agonistes: And Poems upon Several Occasions. The Third Edition. With Notes of various Authors, by Thomas Newton, D.D. Engraved frontispiece portrait in vol.1 and five plates. Two volumes. 8vo. [215 x 132 x 58 mm]. Uniformly bound with the above and numbered I & II. A fine set in a very handsome binding, with just a few minor signs of wear.   Condition Report Externally Spine – good condition – worn. Joints – good condition. Corners – good condition – bumped and worn. Boards –  good condition. Page edges –  good condition. See above and photos. Internally Hinges – good condition – solid. Paste downs – good condition – marbled with book plate of Rev George Scurfield. End papers – good condition – marbled. Title –  good condition – offsetting to the first and third volumes. Pages – good condition. Binding – good condition, solid. See photos Publisher: see above. Publication Date: 1757, 1760 Binding: Hardback [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Pratiques bénéficiales suivant l'usage général et celui de la Province de Normandie.Arrests du Parlement de Rouen. Seconde Edition revue, corrigée & Augmentée. Suivi par: Arrests du Parlement du Rouen sur des questions décimales et bénéficiales avec les plaidoyers.

      A Rouen, Chez Richard Lallemant, M. DCC. LVII., 1757, - XXIV + 496 p. + 145 p. + 2 p., reliure en plein veasu, dos à cinq nerfs ornö or, coiffe tirée, coins denudés, tranches rouges XXIV, 496, 145 pages.Pratiques bénéficiales suivant l'Usage général et celui de la Province de Normandie, autorisées par les Constitutions Canoniques, Ordonnances, Arrêts, & particulièrement par ceux du Parlement de Roüen, & le Sentiment des Auteurs les plus célèbres sur La Matière des Dixmes & Bénéficiers. La Sépulture des Fidèles. L'Année des Fruits acquis aux Héritiers des Curés. Les Réparations des Eglises & Presbitères. Les Portions Congruës. Les Déports, & autres Droits. Les Pensions sur les Bénéfices. La Réclamation des Voeux. Les Résignations & Permutations.Titre préface.Arrests du Parlement de Rouen sur des questions décimales et bénéficiales avec les Plaidoyers. Approbations. Privilège général. Normandie.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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         Emisfero Terrestre Settentrionale/ Emisfero Terrestre Meridionale

      Artist: Zatta Antonio ( - 1797) Venice; issued in: Venice; date: ca 1779 1757 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 33 x 42; - description: Map shows the northern and the southern hemispheres, set of 2 maps.; -vita of the artist: Antonio Zatta (1757 ñ 1797) was an Italian cartographer who was based in Venice. One of his major contributions include the Atlante Novissimo, a four volume atlas of the world in very high scientific quality.

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         L`epistole di Marco Tullio Cicerone a` Familiari. In volgar Toscano recate a riscontro del testo Latino, ed illustrate con Note. Tomo Primo.

      Napoli [Neapel], Giuseppe-Antonio Elia, 1757. XVI + 591 S. Pp. der Zeit, auf zwei Pergamentbünden. In latein. und italien. Sprache. Einer von drei Bänden. Apart. - Stärkere Gbrsp., R. angeplatzt, angestaubt, vers. Besitzeinträge a. V. u. T. (hier: kl. hds. Notiz), fleckig, stockfleckig. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Alte Drucke

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         The Life of Mr John Van, a Clergyman's Son, of Woody, in Hampshire. Being a series of many extraordinary events, and surprizing vicissitudes: in which are shewn, among a great number of singular and merry occurrences, his entrance into the Army as a trooper; his bravery against the rebels; his marriage with an heiress of eight hundred pounds a year, at St Ive's in Huntingdonshire; his conduct in high life; his favours from fortune, and reduction to poverty. Written by his friend and acquaintance, G.S. Green. 2 vols.

      Printed for Francis Noble and John Noble. [1757?] - viii, 195, [1]pp ad. leaf; vii, (i) ad., 170pp, ad. leaf; 8vo. A near fine copy bound in contemp. calf, gilt ruled borders, raised & gilt banded spines, orig. red gilt labels; small expert repairs to heads of spines. Rare, ESTC T57440 records BL and Southampton in UK, and 5 copies in America (Beinecke, UCLA, Boston, Oberlin, Pennsylvania). Raven 411 (who dates this as 1757, though other sources suggest 1745-1750). Very little is known about George Smith Green, died 1762, who in two of his other works, The Parson's Parlour [1756], and The Images of the Antients [1758], describes himself as a 'tradesman of Oxford' He published 3 poems, 2 plays, and this, by far his most substantial, and possibly partially autobiographical, work. It describes a young tradesman, a cheesemonger, who 'as he mightily loved plays . engaged with a Company of young Gentlemen, that used to perform once a month for the entertainment of their friends .' (and) 'meeting with the Books of Ben the Bricklayer (Ben Jonson), he found that Kings and Queens, and some other Folks, as good as Cheesmongers, had done the same a hundred years before' It is a lively romp through life, and with its liberal use of dashes, italics, and false names (Mrs and Miss Beastly, Mr Bigbelly, Mrs Strong, Counsellor Somebody, Mrs Swallow, Dr Bentivoglia, a critic of Ale), brings to mind the work of Sterne, whose Tristram Shandy first started to appear two years later in 1759. In fact he appears to be trying to set a different style for his writing, and in chapter VI 'the deviations of authors' states 'If I have not been out of the way already, I beg leave to be so in the next chapter, though not in the manner of other modern biographies, who pretend to write the history of one man or one woman; and they give you a pack of stories of twenty different people, that have nothing to do with the main design . but I shall stick to my text, and only wander in my mode, to avoid those disagreeable choruses, said I, and said they, &c &c that take up a quarter of a story'. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Traité De Matière Medicale Interne.

      manuscript: 1757. 4to (22,8 x 17,0 cm). (2), 525, (1), 15, (1), 12 pp. Contemporary full marbled sheepskin, gilt-decorated spine, gilt-lettered title, gilt-decorated board edges, marbled endpapers. An important, early manuscript of lectures on internal medicine. The treatise has two parts: 1. Evacuans and Purgatives, (medicines causing the body to excrete substances, like Emetics, Cathartics, Diuretics &c). 2. Altérans, (medicines restoring body's equilibrium without causing notable evacuation, like Cardiaques, Narcotics, Anti-venereals, Quinquina &c). After that, a short section on thermal waters. Lamure [1717 - 1787] studied at the prominent University of Montpellier and became professor there in 1750. An excellent instructor, but especially an experimental scientist who greatly influenced Montpellier University. This manuscript gives a good insight into the prevailing state of medical science then, with critical remarks and observations. Excellent condition. For a full description and more images please visit our website: www.zaalbooks.nl .

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         Karte von Egypten

      Artist: Walch Johann ( - 1815) Augsburg; issued in: Augsburg; date: ca 1798 1757 - - technic: Copper print; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 49 x 54; - description: Map shows Egypt with the red sea and parts of Sudan and Ethiopia

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         Some Gospel Treasures, or the Holiest of all Unvailing.

      Christopher Sower (Sauer), Germantown, PA 1757 - First American edition, 1757, and the only book to our knowledge that was published by the vaunted Sauer publishing family in ENGLISH. Small 4to, original leather, 268 / 280 pp., good copy with drying and wear to leather, front board neatly reattached, chip to top corner of title page about 1 x 2 inches (part of the word 'Treasures' is missing as a result), old signature of John Parrish to rear pastedown, rubbing and wear to binding. No spine label. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Sedes ac Theatrum Bellorum per plurimos annos in Regionibus Rheni, Mosae ac Mosellae adjacentibus gestorum accuratissimâ delineatione oculis exhibitum. Cura et Impensis Tobiae Conr. Lotter, Augustae Vindelicorum. - Gabriel Bodenehr Sculpsit':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Gabriel Bodenehr b. Tobias Conrad Lotter in Augsburg, n. 1757, 61 x 47 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. S. 65. - Zeigt den Rheinlauf von Vaduz bis zur Mündung. - Mittig Luxemburg ("Ducatus Luxemburgicus Comit. Chiniacensis"). - Unten links Titelkartusche. - Seltener Augsburger Einblattdruck!

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         l'INGÉNIEUR de CAMPAGNE ou TRAITÉ de la FORTIFICATION PASSAGÈRE

      Charles-Antoine Jombert, PARIS 1757 - l'INGÉNIEUR de CAMPAGNE ou TRAITÉ de la FORTIFICATION PASSAGÈRE par le Chevalier de Clairac Ouvrage in 4° relié (21 cm x 26 cm) reliure plein veau blond marbré, dos à cinq nerfs, orné d'une pièce de titre maroquin cerise, 248 pages, (sur grand papier vergé filigrané, illustrées de 36 planches dépliantes), toutes tranches groseille, édité par Charles-Antoine Jombert, Paris, 1757 (seconde édition) Extraits : de la fortification de campagne - des forts de campagne en général - exemple de la manière de fortifier un cimetière - des bourgs et autres lieux considérables à fortifier - camps retranchés, leur utilité - différens usages des lignes - lignes bastionnées ordinaires, leurs défauts - examen des avantages à tirer d'une rivière pour couvrir les lignes - etc . 36 planches dépliantes gravées par Ch. Riolet dont les plans de Naterberg, du château d'O et de Pilsting, en Bavière, de Spire, du camp de Nordheim, camp retranché de Russenheim, de la bataille de Fontenoy, etc. bon état d'usage (manques de cuir sur la couverture, coins accidentés, intérieur en excellent état) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Examen du Fatalisme, ou Exposition & Refutation. Tome Premier [-Tome Troisieme]. Paris, Didot

      1757 - First Edition. 3 vols. 12mo, pp. [iv], xx, 464; [ii], x, 532; [iv], 461, [3]pp, contemporary full catspaw calf, spine decoratively gilt, with two gilt-lettered lettering and numbering pieces [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Kupferstich- Karte, v. Mathias Albrecht Lotter bei Tob. Conr. Lotter, "Belgica Foederata complectens septem Provincias .".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, nach 1757, 47,5 x 57 Mit einer großen Titelkartusche miit heraldischer und fig. Staffage.rechts unten ein Meilenanzeiger. - Zeigt die Niederlande ( die sieben Provinzen ).

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        NEW REGULATIONS FOR THE PRUSSIAN INFANTRY:

      London, J. Rivington and J. Fletcher; A. Linde; and Thomas Pote, 1757.. containing an exact detail of the present field-service: and Particularly the most essential and recent Parts of the Foot-Exercise. With Several Articles never before made Public. The whole translated from the original German manuscript, and illustrated with various representations of the exercise in sixteen copper-plates. FIRST EDITION, 1757. Small 4to, approximately 225 x 170 mm, 8¾ x 6¾ inches, engraved encampment headpiece to dedication to Duke of Marlborough, 16 engraved plates on 15 folding sheets, (plates V & VI on 1 sheet), the number has been omitted by the printer from plate VI. The first 3 plates and plate XVI each have an inserted page of Explanation, that to plate XVI is erroneously numbered Plate IV and inserted wrongly opposite plate IV instead of at page 54, in addition most copies have the 3 leaves of explanation for plates I, II, and III inserted between pages 26 and 27, whereas ours are inserted correctly with those plates before the text of Part I, plate IV is misplaced after the first 3 plates and should be at page 26/27, at the beginning of Part II where it is described in Chapter I. Collated and complete. Pages vii, (1 - Contents), (8 - Explanations), 59, (1), bound in full old calf, modern calf reback, gilt lettered title to spine, original endpapers. Covers and corners slightly worn, 2 names on front endpaper, quite foxed on title, prelim pages and last few pages, foxing throughout, including some plates, mostly to margins, all text legible. Binding tight and firm. A good copy but affected by foxing. This work is translated from a German manuscript, apparently a copy of Regulations issued by Frederick the Great some time after 1742. The regulations relate in Part I to Field-Duty for infantry, cavalry and artillery, in Part II to forming battalions, marching, passing a bridge, regiments in action, regulations for artillery when marching. The unknown editor states in his preface that in this work "many Articles of the Prussian Service are made public, which have hitherto been kept secret". See ESTC T112373 and Copac. Not in Spaulding and Karpinski, or the military volume of Sotheby's Catalogue of the Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part Ten. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton]
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