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  • 1609-1625 FUNERAL RITES, ANTI-JESUIT SATIRE, POPE JOAN - 4 Works bound in 1 Book VELLUM by Johann Kirchmann, Jacob Herrenschmidt, Johann Seyffert (aka Philander Philanax) 1609-1625 FUNERAL RITES, ANTI-JESUIT SATIRE, POPE JOAN - 4 Works bound in 1 Book VELLUM
    Johann Kirchmann, Jacob Herrenschmidt, Johann Seyffert (aka Philander Philanax)

    FOUR SCARCE WORKS, 1609-1625, BOUND TOGETHER IN THIS ONE VELLUM BOUND VOLUME: (1) Johann Kirchmann DE FUNERALIBUS ROMANUM - LIBRI QUATUOR cum APPENDICE. Accessit & Nicolii Rigaltii FUNUS PARASITICUM. (Work in FOUR PARTS plus APPENDIX - ALL FOUR PARTS and APPENDIX ARE PRESENT - the work is COMPLETE - the appendix by "Nicolii Rigaltii" is a satire relating to Catholics, dead bodies and bugs.) LUBECK (Lubeca) : Samuel Jauch (Samuelis Javchii, M.DC.XXV (1625) Pagination [40],737,[35];31pp. With... (2) Jacob Herrenschmidt. ROMANENSIUM DALIA SCELETOLATRICA PHALERIS SUIS ASCITITIIS DENUDATA. hoc est, Dissertatio Brevis ac scholastica convellens prodigiosas Romanensium absurditates in Reliquiarum cultu, Oppoista Jesuitis... WITTENBERG (Witebergae): Laurent Seuberlichs for Paul Helwig (Pauli Helwichii), M.D.CIX (1609). Pagination: [16],96pp. With... (3) Jacob Herrenschmidt [aka.Nicolas Fabri.]…

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    FOUR SCARCE WORKS, 1609-1625, BOUND TOGETHER IN THIS ONE VELLUM BOUND VOLUME: (1) Johann Kirchmann DE FUNERALIBUS ROMANUM - LIBRI QUATUOR cum APPENDICE. Accessit & Nicolii Rigaltii FUNUS PARASITICUM. (Work in FOUR PARTS plus APPENDIX - ALL FOUR PARTS and APPENDIX ARE PRESENT - the work is COMPLETE - the appendix by "Nicolii Rigaltii" is a satire relating to Catholics, dead bodies and bugs.) LUBECK (Lubeca) : Samuel Jauch (Samuelis Javchii, M.DC.XXV (1625) Pagination [40],737,[35];31pp. With... (2) Jacob Herrenschmidt. ROMANENSIUM DALIA SCELETOLATRICA PHALERIS SUIS ASCITITIIS DENUDATA. hoc est, Dissertatio Brevis ac scholastica convellens prodigiosas Romanensium absurditates in Reliquiarum cultu, Oppoista Jesuitis... WITTENBERG (Witebergae): Laurent Seuberlichs for Paul Helwig (Pauli Helwichii), M.D.CIX (1609). Pagination: [16],96pp. With... (3) Jacob Herrenschmidt [aka.Nicolas Fabri.] PAPA MULIER SIVE VERA ET INFALLIBILIS NARRATIO DE PAPA IOANNE VIII. foemina, in qua De Coelibatu Sacerdotum contra Franciscum Costerum... WITTENBERG (Witebergae): Laurent Seuberlichs for Paul Helwig (Pauli Helwichii), M.D.CIX (1609). Pagination: [6],70pp. With... (4) Johann Seyffert (aka Philander Philanax). DE NATURA FINE MEDIS JESUITARUM. In gratiam simplicorum Mortalium quotquot hucusque Politicos istos callidissimos, Atheos, Magos, Veneficios, Regicidas... No Publisher or Place of Publication Stated [Bremen?]: 1619. Pagination: 72pp. (The last few pages are bound in an incorrect and improperly numbered order - as bound and issued - printer's or binder's error - all pages are present.) These 4 works are bound together in CONTEMPORARY VELLUM COVERED BOARDS, blind tooled vellum, handwritten title on spine, 3.5" x 6.25", page edges stained black, FOUR WORKS IN THIS ONE VOLUME, all title pages present. ILLUSTRATED with some engraved Printer's Devices and Tail-Pieces. CONDITION: .Vellum Covers are splitting for 1" at the top of the spine fold, have a 1"x1" piece of vellum missing from the bottom of the rear cover, are soiled / darkened / age toned, the spine has especially darkened making the manuscript spine title difficult to read, and there are remnants of a paper label to the bottom of the spine; nonetheless, the vellum covers are still attractive in a Harry Potter Hogwarts' Library way. Internally, the, front and rear hinges have split exposing the inner spine of the text block; there is a previous owner's name and date on the front pastedown "Ern. Zimmermann / Gerv. 1812"; there is a lovely circular red stamp of "Bucherei Friedelhausen" on the blank page facing the title page; several leaves in the Kirchmann work (the first work) have small pieces missing : the title-page has a small piece neatly cut out (perhaps removing a previous owner's name?); the bottom front margin area of pages 639/640 (Rr8) is torn away, affecting some text; the upper corners of pages 725/726, 729/730 and 731/732 (Zz3, Zz 5 & 6) are torn away, each affecting only a bit of text; there are some early relevant margin notes, in Latin; the pages are lightly browned / aged; there is some foxing, creasing, edge wear, here and there throughout; overall the inner pages of this approximately 400 year'old book are in remarkable shape, still tight, bright, clean, clear and fully legible. FOUR IMPORTANT WORKS - EACH VERY SCARCE ON ITS OWN. Copies of any of these four works are normally found in Rare Book Rooms of Major Universities and National Libraries (e.g. the Austrian National Library).

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  • 1615 CATALOGUE of BISHOPS OF ENGLAND, by Francis Godwin, Bishop of Landaff by Francis Godwin, Bishop of Landaff 1615 CATALOGUE of BISHOPS OF ENGLAND, by Francis Godwin, Bishop of Landaff
    Francis Godwin, Bishop of Landaff

    A CATALOGUE of the BISHOPS of ENGLAND, since the FIRST PLANTING of the CHRISTIAN RELIGION in this ISLAND, Together with a briefe HISTORY of Their Lives, Memorable Actions... Whereunto is prefixed a discourse concerning the FIRST CONVERSION of our BRITAINE unto CHRISTIAN RELIGION. By FRANCIS GODWIN, now BISHOP OF LANDAFF. Printed for THOMAS ADAMS, LONDON, 1615. Leather covered boards, rebacked leather spine with black leather title labels, four raised spine bands, 5.5" x 7.5". Pagination: Title Page, blank verso, (x), 703 pages (the last 2 pages are incorrectly re-numbered 798 and 799 by the printer), Errata Page. Condition: Front and Rear Covers are Detached (present but laid on loosely), the front and rear covers appear to be original, they are…

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    A CATALOGUE of the BISHOPS of ENGLAND, since the FIRST PLANTING of the CHRISTIAN RELIGION in this ISLAND, Together with a briefe HISTORY of Their Lives, Memorable Actions... Whereunto is prefixed a discourse concerning the FIRST CONVERSION of our BRITAINE unto CHRISTIAN RELIGION. By FRANCIS GODWIN, now BISHOP OF LANDAFF. Printed for THOMAS ADAMS, LONDON, 1615. Leather covered boards, rebacked leather spine with black leather title labels, four raised spine bands, 5.5" x 7.5". Pagination: Title Page, blank verso, (x), 703 pages (the last 2 pages are incorrectly re-numbered 798 and 799 by the printer), Errata Page. Condition: Front and Rear Covers are Detached (present but laid on loosely), the front and rear covers appear to be original, they are very worn with splitting along all their edges; the more recent spine backing is quite attractive, with wear at its ends; it holds the text block together well; internally, the title page is soiled and toned, but is still clear and fully legible; there is toning, some soiling including latter pages with dark soiling at the margins, a bit of foxing, some spotting and smudges, light waterstaining and shorelining to some latter pages; margin tears chips and wear to some page edges, and early previous owners relevant marks, notes, additions and annotations, here and there throughout; the title has been etched / burned onto the front page edges (page edges of the closed book); overall the inner pages show some age, use, and wear, but are still complete, with text that is clear and fully legible. An Original almost 400 Year-Old Book, containing an Important History of Christianity and Bishopdom in Britain.

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  • 1651 SPIRITUAL WORKS of LOUIS OF GRANADA Oeuvres Spirituelles FOLIO 4 Parts bound in this 1 Volume by LOUYS DE GRENADE / LOUIS OF GRANADA 1651 SPIRITUAL WORKS of LOUIS OF GRANADA Oeuvres Spirituelles FOLIO 4 Parts bound in this 1 Volume
    LOUYS DE GRENADE / LOUIS OF GRANADA

    LES OEUVRES SPIRITUELLES du R.P. LOUYS DE GRENADE (SPIRITUAL WORKS of LOUIS OF GRANADA). Louis de Granada, translated from Spanish into French by Father Simon Martin. PARIS : Chez JEAN JOST, M. DC. LI (1651). Third Edition, enlarged with the addition of "Passages de la Saincte Ecriture & des Peres, avec des Tables pour les Predicateurs" (Passages of the Holy Scripture and the Fathers, with Tables for Preachers). LARGE FORMAT HARDCOVERS, leather backed spine with speckled paper covered boards, gilt decorated spine, leather spine label stamped in gilt, Folio, 9x14 inches (22x35 cm),

    title page printed in black and red, with engraved portrait. Pagination: [xxx] pages + 1987 columns (page 6 onwards are numbered in columns, 2 columns per page,…

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    LES OEUVRES SPIRITUELLES du R.P. LOUYS DE GRENADE (SPIRITUAL WORKS of LOUIS OF GRANADA). Louis de Granada, translated from Spanish into French by Father Simon Martin. PARIS : Chez JEAN JOST, M. DC. LI (1651). Third Edition, enlarged with the addition of "Passages de la Saincte Ecriture & des Peres, avec des Tables pour les Predicateurs" (Passages of the Holy Scripture and the Fathers, with Tables for Preachers). LARGE FORMAT HARDCOVERS, leather backed spine with speckled paper covered boards, gilt decorated spine, leather spine label stamped in gilt, Folio, 9x14 inches (22x35 cm),

    title page printed in black and red, with engraved portrait. Pagination: [xxx] pages + 1987 columns (page 6 onwards are numbered in columns, 2 columns per page, for a total of 994 pages). TEXT IN FRENCH. The spiritual works of the Reverend Louys of Granada, divided into four parts : La Guide des Pecheurs (The Fishermen's Guide); Le Livre de l'Oraison (The Book of Contemplative Prayer); Le Memorial de la Vie Christienne (The Memorial of Christian Life), and le Livre de L'Amour de Dieu (the Book of God's Love); avec la Lettre de S. Eucher (with the Letter of St. Eucher). Condition:

    The covers are worn, soiled, and scraped, the bottom cover corners are bent and creased, the spine is frayed at its ends and pulling for 1 inch at the top, the spine label has some chips; nonetheless the covers are solid, doing their job well, and are attractive in a Hogwarts Library sort of way. Internally, the pages have lightly toned and there is foxing to the first and last few pages, there are some old previous owner's signatures and notes here and there; a few pages have some edge wear and corner chipping; overall the pages are complete, tight, bright, clean and clear. A solid, nice copy of this important book. The Venerable Louis of Granada, OP (b. 1505 d. 1588), was a Dominican friar noted as theologian, writer and preacher. The cause for his canonization has been long accepted by the Holy See (i.e. he has been declared and accepted as a SAINT by the Catholic Church). Scarce. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This book is large and heavy and will require substantial additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact me in advance to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • 1667 PARATITLA, SIVE SUMMARIA ET METHODICA EXPLICATIO DECRETALIUM D. GREGORII PAPAE IX Leather Binding by ANDREAE VALLENSIS aka Andrea Desselius Valerius and Walter Driessens 1667 PARATITLA, SIVE SUMMARIA ET METHODICA EXPLICATIO DECRETALIUM D. GREGORII PAPAE IX Leather Binding
    ANDREAE VALLENSIS aka Andrea Desselius Valerius and Walter Driessens

    PARATITLA SIVE SUMMARIA Et METHODICA EXPLICATIO DECRETALIUM D. GREGORII PAPAE IX. Opus novum, Scholae ac Foro, & Decretis Concilii. Tridentini accommodatum. Edito Postrema, A plurimis, quibus ante scatebat, mendis purgata. ANDREAE VALLENSIS, Vulgo DEL VAULX, ANDANENSIS. (Andreae Vallensis, also known as Andrea Desselius Valerius and Walter Driessens, 1588 - 1655, taught Hebrew and established his "Collegium Trilingue" at Louvain University.) Apud Vidaum BERNARDINI MASII sub viridi Cruce, M. DC. LXVII (1667). Leather bound covered boards, five raised spine bands, gilt titling and gilt designs on spine, 7.25x 8.5" (18cm x 21.5cm), pagination: [16], 608, [15]. Front free-endpaper is lacking, rear free-endpaper is present. Condition: Covers are worn and bowing out, but remain sturdy and quite attractive in a Harry Potter…

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    PARATITLA SIVE SUMMARIA Et METHODICA EXPLICATIO DECRETALIUM D. GREGORII PAPAE IX. Opus novum, Scholae ac Foro, & Decretis Concilii. Tridentini accommodatum. Edito Postrema, A plurimis, quibus ante scatebat, mendis purgata. ANDREAE VALLENSIS, Vulgo DEL VAULX, ANDANENSIS. (Andreae Vallensis, also known as Andrea Desselius Valerius and Walter Driessens, 1588 - 1655, taught Hebrew and established his "Collegium Trilingue" at Louvain University.) Apud Vidaum BERNARDINI MASII sub viridi Cruce, M. DC. LXVII (1667). Leather bound covered boards, five raised spine bands, gilt titling and gilt designs on spine, 7.25x 8.5" (18cm x 21.5cm), pagination: [16], 608, [15]. Front free-endpaper is lacking, rear free-endpaper is present. Condition: Covers are worn and bowing out, but remain sturdy and quite attractive in a Harry Potter Hogwarts' Library way; EX-LIB, deaccessioned from the Pacific Theological Seminary, with its old bookplate on the front pastedown, a

    small shelving label on the spine, and a card pocket and "return by" sheet on the rear endpapers being the only old library marks I could find (though there may be one or two I missed); the front and rear inner hinges are split but holding very well with the 4 string bands; there is an early previous owner's label on the front pastedown "Alex Roussea", and a lovely previous owner's

    brief inscription at the top of the title page dated 1724 (I can't decipher the name or place); the inner pages are very nice - just some very light foxing here and there, a spot or two, a crease or two - overall tight, bright, clean and unmarked. A lovely copy of this antiquarian book. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This book is large and heavy and will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact me to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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  • 1671 First Edition GUILLELMO DONDINI - HISTORIA de REBUS in GALLIA GESTIS ab ALEXANDRO FARNESIO - with ALL 5 PLATES by GUILLELMO DONDINI 1671 First Edition GUILLELMO DONDINI - HISTORIA de REBUS in GALLIA GESTIS ab ALEXANDRO FARNESIO - with ALL 5 PLATES
    GUILLELMO DONDINI

    HISTORIA de REBUS in GALLIA Gestis ab ALEXANDRO FARNESIO Parmae et Placentiae DUCE III SUPREMO BELGII PRAEFECTO. By GUILLELMI (aka Guillelmo) DONDINI - Bononiensis E Societate Jesu. Roma, 1671. FIRST EDITION. Collated page by page with the 1671 copy at the AUSTRIAN NATIONAL LIBRARY. (The 1671 Austrian National Library copy can be found using a Google Book Search for a 1671 Edition of this book.) In addition to the copies in National Libraries and Museums, this 1671 First Edition is noted in numerous early bibliographic books and materials (e.g. Memoires de la Societe de L'Histoire de Paris et De L'Ile de France, published by H. Champion, 1876). This 1671 First Edition was REPUBLISHED in 1673, 1675, 1676, and many subsequent…

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    HISTORIA de REBUS in GALLIA Gestis ab ALEXANDRO FARNESIO Parmae et Placentiae DUCE III SUPREMO BELGII PRAEFECTO. By GUILLELMI (aka Guillelmo) DONDINI - Bononiensis E Societate Jesu. Roma, 1671. FIRST EDITION. Collated page by page with the 1671 copy at the AUSTRIAN NATIONAL LIBRARY. (The 1671 Austrian National Library copy can be found using a Google Book Search for a 1671 Edition of this book.) In addition to the copies in National Libraries and Museums, this 1671 First Edition is noted in numerous early bibliographic books and materials (e.g. Memoires de la Societe de L'Histoire de Paris et De L'Ile de France, published by H. Champion, 1876). This 1671 First Edition was REPUBLISHED in 1673, 1675, 1676, and many subsequent years (e.g. 1750). Though many believe the 1673 edition is the first edition, IT IS NOT, as a collation with the 1671 Austrian edition and numerous bibliographic citations clearly show. Leather covered boards, spine has five compartments and four raised spine bands, tooled with framing and designs to the front and rear boards and with a design in each of the five spine compartments, 6.5x8". Pagination: Blank Front Free-Endpaper, [2] blank prelim page, [1] Frontispiece Engraving, [1] blank verso, [1] Title-Page, [1] blank verso, [3] "Serenissimo Principi Ranutio II", [1] Printer's / Publishers / "Imprimatur" Colophon page (with the date 1671 in two places), 537 Text, [38] Index, [1] blank verso, [2] blank end paper,

    Blank Rear Free-Endpaper. Plus 5 fold-open Plates. Illustrated with FRONTISPIECE ENGRAVING and FIVE FOLD-OPEN PLATES. All 5 Fold-Open Plates are Present, however they are all disbound and laid-in at their proper place. CONDITION: Covers are split at the front spine fold and tender at the rear spine fold but holding well with the cord binding, covers are bowing a bit, covers are worn through at the corners and places along the edges, have some rubs and scrapes, but are still quite lovely with their tooled leather covers and spine. Internally, there is an early handwritten note pasted on the front pastedown (in Latin-Italian?), there is some foxing, toning and smudging most noticeably on the first and last few pages and very light on most pages, "Bibliotheque (De Lovina?)" is written at the top of a blank prelim page - the page facing the engraved frontispiece page, there is some edge chipping and wear (not affecting text) mainly to the first and last few pages, otherwise the inner pages are still tight bright, clean and unmarked. THE PLATES are all disbound, all have edge chips and wear (some lightly affecting the image), closed tears to the folds and edges, tape repairs to their blank backsides, foxing primarily to the margins and backsides, and signs of handling; in spite of these flaws the plates are still solid, impressive, and quite lovely. All the plates are laid-in at their proper place. This 1671 FIRST EDITION is almost Impossible To Find, especially in a complete state, with its frontispiece and all five plates present.

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  • 1682 Vellum PIERRE JURIEU - DERNIERS EFFORTS DE L'INNOCENCE Published by A. Arondeus FIRST EDITION by Pierre JURIEU 1682 Vellum PIERRE JURIEU - DERNIERS EFFORTS DE L'INNOCENCE Published by A. Arondeus FIRST EDITION
    Pierre JURIEU

    LES DERNIERS EFFORTS DE L'INNOCENCE AFFLIGÉE - Volume I and II (bound together in this single book), par (PIERRE JURIEU). A LA HAYE : CHEZ ABRAHAM ARONDEUS, Marchand Libraire au Palais, a l'Enseigne du Roy de France, M. DC. LXXXII (1682). This book almost immediately became an important and controversial work that was quickly reprinted, most notably by Chez David Dufour, Ville Franche, who republished the book in several editions also in the year 1682. VELLUM BOUND, small format 3" x 5.25", two parts in this one book (complete), pagination: [4], 182; [2],160 pages. I collated both Volume I and Volume II page-by-page with the copy of each volume held in the Rare Book

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    LES DERNIERS EFFORTS DE L'INNOCENCE AFFLIGÉE - Volume I and II (bound together in this single book), par (PIERRE JURIEU). A LA HAYE : CHEZ ABRAHAM ARONDEUS, Marchand Libraire au Palais, a l'Enseigne du Roy de France, M. DC. LXXXII (1682). This book almost immediately became an important and controversial work that was quickly reprinted, most notably by Chez David Dufour, Ville Franche, who republished the book in several editions also in the year 1682. VELLUM BOUND, small format 3" x 5.25", two parts in this one book (complete), pagination: [4], 182; [2],160 pages. I collated both Volume I and Volume II page-by-page with the copy of each volume held in the Rare Book

    Holdings of the Bavarian State Library, Germany. Those rare copies were digitized in 2010. Condition: The vellum covers are yellowed with age, stained, worn through along some of the edges, are peeling at the folds and edges, and have a 1/2 piece missing at the bottom of the spine; the inner rear hinge has completely split, exposing the inner binding and meaning that the vellum covers are almost disbound (a strong tug would remove them from the inner bound text. There is interesting very early writing, in French, on the front pastedown, the rear free endpaper, and on a laid-in slip of paper; there is also a signature on the very last page of text of Volume II. There is a handwritten date of 1712 on the front pastedown, but I don't know if all the writing is from that time or not. The front and rear pastedowns are soiled, creased, and have large tears. The first page of Volume I is soiled, has a dime-size edge chip (not affecting text), a couple hand-written letters "m" and "o.u." and a signature. Overall the inner pages are very nice - light foxing, mostly on the first and last few pages, some soiling, overall still tight, bright, clean and unmarked. Complete TRUE FIRST EDITION / FIRST PRINTING (Published by Chez Abraham Arondeus, La Haye) of this IMPORTANT WORK by PIERRE JURIEU. This true first printing is SCARCE, with copies only to be found in a few rare book rooms of Major Universities and National Collections (see WorldCat).

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  • 1693 VITAE PAPARUM AVENIONENSIUM Ecclesiastical History VELLUM Stephanus Baluzius (Étienne Baluze) by Stephanus Baluzius (Étienne Baluze) 1693 VITAE PAPARUM AVENIONENSIUM Ecclesiastical History VELLUM Stephanus Baluzius (Étienne Baluze)
    Stephanus Baluzius (Étienne Baluze)

    VITAE PAPARUM AVENIONENSIUM: Hoc Est HISTORIA PONTIFICUM ROMANORUM Qui in Gallia Sederunt AB Anno Christi MCCCV Usque Ad Annum MCCCXCIV. By STEPHANUS BALUZIUS (Étienne Baluze). TOMUS PRIMUS / TOMI PRIMI (Tome One). VELLUM BOUND Ecclesiastical Papal History. VERY SCARCE 1693 FIRST EDITION. PARISIIS (Paris) : Apud Franciscum Muguet Regis, Cleri Gallicani. MDCXCIII (1693). First Edition. The book was reprinted, most notably in 1916 and 1928. Those later editions can be found, but the 1693 first edition is almost impossible to find outside of a few Rare Book Rooms of Major Universities and National Libraries. Vellum Covers, manuscript titling on the spine, 8" x 10". Pagination: [1 leaf] front free endpaper, [1] title page, [1] blank verso, [4] Epistola, [16] Prefatio,…

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    VITAE PAPARUM AVENIONENSIUM: Hoc Est HISTORIA PONTIFICUM ROMANORUM Qui in Gallia Sederunt AB Anno Christi MCCCV Usque Ad Annum MCCCXCIV. By STEPHANUS BALUZIUS (Étienne Baluze). TOMUS PRIMUS / TOMI PRIMI (Tome One). VELLUM BOUND Ecclesiastical Papal History. VERY SCARCE 1693 FIRST EDITION. PARISIIS (Paris) : Apud Franciscum Muguet Regis, Cleri Gallicani. MDCXCIII (1693). First Edition. The book was reprinted, most notably in 1916 and 1928. Those later editions can be found, but the 1693 first edition is almost impossible to find outside of a few Rare Book Rooms of Major Universities and National Libraries. Vellum Covers, manuscript titling on the spine, 8" x 10". Pagination: [1 leaf] front free endpaper, [1] title page, [1] blank verso, [4] Epistola, [16] Prefatio, [1] blank, [1] PLATE of PAPAL COINAGE, 1,478 numbered columns / 739 pages (text pages numbered by column only, two columns per page), [30] Index and Errata. Collated page for page with the 1693 First Edition Copy in the Rare Book Holdings of the Montserrat Abbey Library. That copy was digitized in 2011. There is a label size bookplate of Jacobi Manzoni at the upper corner of the front pastedown.

    Jacobi Manzoni / Giacomo Manzoni, was an important Italian book collector. Manzoni was born in 1816 in Lugo, Romagna, into an aristocratic family. He was involved in many aspects of Italian life, but his main pursuit, which he began at a very early age, was collecting books and manuscripts. At the time of his death in 1889, he left a library of approximately 25,000 rare and highly valued volumes. This is one of those volumes. Condition: The Vellum Covers have yellowed and toned, the spine has substantially darkened, there is some peeling and cracking to the covers' edges and 2" of splitting at the top and bottom of the spine folds, the edges and spine ends are shelf worn and rubbed through at places, nonetheless the covers are solid, doing their job well, and attractive in a Harry Potter's Hogwarts Library way. There is a bit of writing on the endpapers, a small bookplate to the front pastedown (as noted above) and a small label with numbers to the rear pastedown;

    the front free endpaper is creased, the title page has some edge wear and small edge chips, there is light toning and foxing throughout, overall the inner pages are very nice - tight, bright, clean, and unmarked.

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  • 16th & 17th Century JESUITS IN ASIA Two Rare Portuguese Works in One LISBOA 1894 by Jeronymo P.A. da Camara Manoel and Padre Antonio Francisco Cardim 16th & 17th Century JESUITS IN ASIA Two Rare Portuguese Works in One LISBOA 1894
    Jeronymo P.A. da Camara Manoel and Padre Antonio Francisco Cardim

    MISSOES DOS JESUITAS NO ORIENTE nos SECULOS XVI e XVII, by Jeronymo P.A. da

    Camara Manoel [bound together with] BATALHAS DA COMPANHIA DE JESUS na SUA GLORIOSA PROVINCIA do JAPA~O, by Padre Antonio Francisco Cardim. (MISSIONS of the JESUITS in the ORIENT in the 16th and 17th CENTURIES bound together with BATTLES of the SOCIETY OF JESUS in HIS GLORIOUS PROVINCE of JAPAN.)

    Two important Portuguese Works on the Missionary Work, Struggles, and Battles of the JESUITS in ASIA. LISBOA (Lisbon, Portugal), Imprenta Nacional, 1894.

    Hardcovers, leather spine (quarter calf) and marbled paper covered boards, marbled endpapers, spine titled and lined in gilt, 6x9.5 inches.

    Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait and one folding plate.

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    MISSOES DOS JESUITAS NO ORIENTE nos SECULOS XVI e XVII, by Jeronymo P.A. da

    Camara Manoel [bound together with] BATALHAS DA COMPANHIA DE JESUS na SUA GLORIOSA PROVINCIA do JAPA~O, by Padre Antonio Francisco Cardim. (MISSIONS of the JESUITS in the ORIENT in the 16th and 17th CENTURIES bound together with BATTLES of the SOCIETY OF JESUS in HIS GLORIOUS PROVINCE of JAPAN.)

    Two important Portuguese Works on the Missionary Work, Struggles, and Battles of the JESUITS in ASIA. LISBOA (Lisbon, Portugal), Imprenta Nacional, 1894.

    Hardcovers, leather spine (quarter calf) and marbled paper covered boards, marbled endpapers, spine titled and lined in gilt, 6x9.5 inches.

    Illustrated with a frontispiece portrait and one folding plate.

    Two works bound together in this one book. Pagination: xiv, 162; [16], 293 pp.

    TEXT IN PORTUGUESE.

    This book has a couple of interesting associations. The front pastedown has a dime size BOOKBINDER'S LABEL (Encadernador A. DAVID Lisboa) and an ARMORIAL BOOKPLATE of AYRES D'ORNELLAS.

    Condition:

    The covers are worn, with scuffing and scraping to the spine leather and paper covered boards, the front spine fold is tender and starting to split, the covers are worn through at the corners and most of the edges, the spine ends are frayed from pulling and shelf wear; nonetheless the covers remain attractive in a Harry Potter Hogwarts Library way. Internally, the front and rear inner hinges are split but holding, the pages are toned, especially at the margins, there is some light foxing here and there, otherwise the inner pages remain tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked.

    A nice copy of this book containing two Portuguese works from 1894 on Jesuits in Asia.

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  • 1700 THE SUFFICIENCY OF A STANDING REVELATION IN GENERAL, and of the SCRIPTURE REVELATION IN PARTICULAR Ofspring Blackall BOYLE LECTURES Complete in 8 Sermons FIRST EDITION by Ofspring BLACKALL D.D. 1700 THE SUFFICIENCY OF A STANDING REVELATION IN GENERAL, and of the SCRIPTURE REVELATION IN PARTICULAR Ofspring Blackall BOYLE LECTURES Complete in 8 Sermons FIRST EDITION
    Ofspring BLACKALL D.D.

    THE SUFFICIENCY OF A STANDING REVELATION IN GENERAL, and of the SCRIPTURE REVELATION IN PARTICULAR. Both as to the Matter of It, and as to the Proof of It; and that New Revelations cannot reasonably be desired, and would probably be unsuccessful. In Eight Sermons, preach'd in the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul, London; at the Lecture Founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq; in the Year MDCC. By OFSPRING BLACKALL, D.D. EIGHT SERMONS IN ONE VOLUME, with SEPARATE TITLE-PAGES, and with Errata at the bottom margin of the last page of each Sermon. These were the eight BOYLE LECTURES for 1700. LONDON: Printed by J. LEAKE, for WALTER KETTILBY, at the Bishop's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1700. First edition.…

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    THE SUFFICIENCY OF A STANDING REVELATION IN GENERAL, and of the SCRIPTURE REVELATION IN PARTICULAR. Both as to the Matter of It, and as to the Proof of It; and that New Revelations cannot reasonably be desired, and would probably be unsuccessful. In Eight Sermons, preach'd in the Cathedral-Church of St. Paul, London; at the Lecture Founded by the Honourable Robert Boyle Esq; in the Year MDCC. By OFSPRING BLACKALL, D.D. EIGHT SERMONS IN ONE VOLUME, with SEPARATE TITLE-PAGES, and with Errata at the bottom margin of the last page of each Sermon. These were the eight BOYLE LECTURES for 1700. LONDON: Printed by J. LEAKE, for WALTER KETTILBY, at the Bishop's Head in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1700. First edition. Lacking covers though the spine leather covering is still partially present with its five raised spine bands, 4to, 6x7.5". The eight sermons are paginated individually, with the exceptions of numbers 4 & 5 and 7 & 8 that are paginated consecutively. PAGINATION: [2] (title page for this eight sermon book, blank verso), [4] (title page to first sermon, blank verso, author's dedication), 24 (first sermon); 30 (second sermon); [2] (ad and blank verso) 31 (third sermon), [1 ad]; 68 (fourth and fifth sermons); 36 (sixth sermon); 64 pages (seventh and eighth sermons). Condition: Lacking covers, as noted above; lacking the blank endpapers; textually complete including the two first title pages (see pagination above); the first 8 pages and the last signatures consisting of pages 33-65 of the final sermon are disbound (i.e. present but laid on loosely); the first title page is worn and chipped at the edges with a torn bottom corner that affects one word; the second title page (the title page of the First Sermon) is also worn and chipped along its edges, but not affecting text; the inner pages are lightly age toned with heavier toning at the edges; about half of the pages have noticeable shorelining / water staining to their front upper area, covering about 1/3 to 1/2 of the page, but the text is always clear and fully legible beneath; there is some edge wear, corner creases, corner tip loss, and a spot or two, here and there throughout. A great copy for a fine rebinding, being a complete copy with both first title pages, and text that is bright and clear throughout. A Scarce First Edition of this Important Work. You can read about the BOYLE LECTURES on Wikipedia, and elsewhere online.

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  • 1705 CEREMONIAL RITUALS of GUILDS & TRADESMEN - CEREMONIEL DER BÖTTGER First Ed. by Fridericus Frisius (Friedrich Fries) 1705 CEREMONIAL RITUALS of GUILDS & TRADESMEN - CEREMONIEL DER BÖTTGER First Ed.
    Fridericus Frisius (Friedrich Fries)

    CEREMONIEL DER BÖTTGER in Welchem Nicht Allein Dasjenige was bey dem Austdingen, Lossprechen und Meister werden nach denen Articuls-Briefen... by Fridericus Frisius (Friedrich Fries).

    LEIPZIG: Groschuffs Buchladen, 1705. First Edition. Text in German.

    Small Format, Thin Book, nineteenth-century cloth covered boards, paper label to spine with handwritten title, 4" x 6", decorative endpapers. Pagination [2], 174 - 231pp. (58 total pages).

    Illustrated with a wonderful Engraved Frontispiece of Ceremonial Objects and a Cooper's Dance.

    This is one part, bound separately, of the 22 parts of Friese's rare works on Ceremonies of various Guilds, Artisans, Apprentices and Journeymen, published as "Der vornehmsten Künstler und Handwercker Ceremonial-Politica..." Each of the parts has a separate title and frontispiece, each…

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    CEREMONIEL DER BÖTTGER in Welchem Nicht Allein Dasjenige was bey dem Austdingen, Lossprechen und Meister werden nach denen Articuls-Briefen... by Fridericus Frisius (Friedrich Fries).

    LEIPZIG: Groschuffs Buchladen, 1705. First Edition. Text in German.

    Small Format, Thin Book, nineteenth-century cloth covered boards, paper label to spine with handwritten title, 4" x 6", decorative endpapers. Pagination [2], 174 - 231pp. (58 total pages).

    Illustrated with a wonderful Engraved Frontispiece of Ceremonial Objects and a Cooper's Dance.

    This is one part, bound separately, of the 22 parts of Friese's rare works on Ceremonies of various Guilds, Artisans, Apprentices and Journeymen, published as "Der vornehmsten Künstler und Handwercker Ceremonial-Politica..." Each of the parts has a separate title and frontispiece, each is scarce, and each is normally found separately.

    Condition: Boards are Sturdy, binding tight, the number "359" is written at the top of the front flyleaf, pages show some light foxing and toning, overall a Very Good copy.

    SCARCE, especially in the 1705 FIRST EDITION state.

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  • 1710 Prosperi Alpini PRAESAGIENDA VITA & MORTE AEGROTANTIUM Rare Book on MEDICAL PROGNOSIS & DIAGNOSIS by PROSPERO ALPINI, aka PROSPERI ALPINI, PROSPERUS ALPINUS 1710 Prosperi Alpini PRAESAGIENDA VITA & MORTE AEGROTANTIUM Rare Book on MEDICAL PROGNOSIS & DIAGNOSIS
    PROSPERO ALPINI, aka PROSPERI ALPINI, PROSPERUS ALPINUS

    DE PRAESAGIENDA VITA & MORTE AEGROTANTIUM - LIBRI SEPTEM (this book has SEVEN SECTIONS, therefore the "Libri Septem" statement)... Cum Praefatione Hermanni Boerhaave. Editio nova...

    By PROSPERI ALPINI (aka PROSPERO ALPINI, Prosper Alpinus, Prospero Alpinio, Prosperus Alpinus).

    Published by ISAACI SEVERINI (Isaac Severini), Lugduni Batavorum (Leiden, Netherlands), M.DCC.X (1710).

    The work is considered one of the greatest Renaissance Classics on MEDICAL PROGNOSIS and DIAGNOSTIC SCIENCES.

    Hardcovers, calf leather covered boards, five raised spine bands, spine decorated in gilt, morocco spine title label, marbled endpapers, title page printed in red and black, 6x7.5 inches. Pagination: [16], 541, [23] pages.

    GOOD CONDITION: Covers are worn at the spine ends and corner tips, show some rubbing and light scrapes, but remain solid…

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    DE PRAESAGIENDA VITA & MORTE AEGROTANTIUM - LIBRI SEPTEM (this book has SEVEN SECTIONS, therefore the "Libri Septem" statement)... Cum Praefatione Hermanni Boerhaave. Editio nova...

    By PROSPERI ALPINI (aka PROSPERO ALPINI, Prosper Alpinus, Prospero Alpinio, Prosperus Alpinus).

    Published by ISAACI SEVERINI (Isaac Severini), Lugduni Batavorum (Leiden, Netherlands), M.DCC.X (1710).

    The work is considered one of the greatest Renaissance Classics on MEDICAL PROGNOSIS and DIAGNOSTIC SCIENCES.

    Hardcovers, calf leather covered boards, five raised spine bands, spine decorated in gilt, morocco spine title label, marbled endpapers, title page printed in red and black, 6x7.5 inches. Pagination: [16], 541, [23] pages.

    GOOD CONDITION: Covers are worn at the spine ends and corner tips, show some rubbing and light scrapes, but remain solid and attractive. Internally, there is a small old bookseller's label at the bottom of the front pastedown "Librarie Ancienne / J. Mongenet / Geneve", old ink spots and a bit of old writing to the verso of the front free endpaper, a couple early ink stamps to the title page including one that states "Annulé", some old small handwritten notations to the title page including one at the bottom edge that reads "Donné par Mr. Aubert-Sarasin" (Donated by Mr. Aubert-Sarasin) (Aubert-Sarasin seems to have been someone of note), the pages are lightly toned and have a bit of foxing here and there but are overall tight, bright, clean, clear and unmarked. A solid, nice copy.

    Prospero Alpini, b.1553 d.1617, was a noted Venetian physician and botanist. You can read about his life and works on Wikipedia and elsewhere on the Internet.

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  • 1712 Vellum VITA DI S. PIO QUINTO / LIFE OF POPE PIUS V with RARE FOLDING PLATE 1712 Vellum VITA DI S. PIO QUINTO / LIFE OF POPE PIUS V with RARE FOLDING PLATE

    VITA DI S. PIO QUINTO SOMMO PONTEFICE DELL'ORDINE DE PREDICATORI Scritta Da PAOLO ALESSANDRO MARREI. Pubblicata Sotto I Gloriosi Auspici Della Santità Di Nostro Signore Papa Clemente XI. (LIFE OF POPE PIUS V, by Paolo Alessandro Marrei.) Published by Appresso Giacomo Tommasini, VENIZIA (VENICE), MDCCXII (1712). Text in Italian. Full VELLUM covers, 4 raised spine bands, handwritten title on spine, 6.5x9 inches (16.5x23 cm). Pagination: xxiv, 469, [1] pages. ILLUSTRATED with 2 engraved plates (of 3, lacks the portrait frontispiece). The TWO ENGRAVED PLATES consist of a copper engraved leaf with printed details at the bottom that read "Dominicus Muratori pinacit" and "Hieronymus Rossi incidit"; and a LARGE FOLD OPEN COPPER ENGRAVED PLATE that measures 24 x 19 inches including…

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    VITA DI S. PIO QUINTO SOMMO PONTEFICE DELL'ORDINE DE PREDICATORI Scritta Da PAOLO ALESSANDRO MARREI. Pubblicata Sotto I Gloriosi Auspici Della Santità Di Nostro Signore Papa Clemente XI. (LIFE OF POPE PIUS V, by Paolo Alessandro Marrei.) Published by Appresso Giacomo Tommasini, VENIZIA (VENICE), MDCCXII (1712). Text in Italian. Full VELLUM covers, 4 raised spine bands, handwritten title on spine, 6.5x9 inches (16.5x23 cm). Pagination: xxiv, 469, [1] pages. ILLUSTRATED with 2 engraved plates (of 3, lacks the portrait frontispiece). The TWO ENGRAVED PLATES consist of a copper engraved leaf with printed details at the bottom that read "Dominicus Muratori pinacit" and "Hieronymus Rossi incidit"; and a LARGE FOLD OPEN COPPER ENGRAVED PLATE that measures 24 x 19 inches including its white margins, with printed details at the bottom that read "Nic. Dorigny Gallus delin. et sculp. Rome sup. perm. an. 1699." Condition: The VELLUM COVERS are age discolored, rubbed, and show general wear, but remain solid and are attractive in a Harry Potter Hogwarts Library way; internally, there is an ink blotch / stain to the blank front free endpaper and a large circular ink stain to the last few pages of text and the endpapers (all text is fully legible); the folding plate has some large closed tears but is holding together and could be carefully repaired, though beautiful as is. A solid copy with printing and paper that is early and gorgeous. RARE 1712 EDITION in VELLUM COVERS, especially scarce with its Large Folding Engraved Plate that is usually lacking (because it was often removed and sold / disbursed separately).

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  • 1713 Francois Douaren SACRED RIGHTS of the FRENCH CHURCH / DE SACRIS ECCLESIAE MINISTERIIS AC BENEFICIIS Latin Text by Francois Douaren, FRANCISCI DUARENI 1713 Francois Douaren SACRED RIGHTS of the FRENCH CHURCH / DE SACRIS ECCLESIAE MINISTERIIS AC BENEFICIIS Latin Text
    Francois Douaren, FRANCISCI DUARENI

    DE SACRIS ECCLESIAE MINISTERIIS AC BENEFICIIS LIBRI VIII (Books I - VIII) in quibus quiquid ad plenam juris pontificii cognitionem necessarium est, breuiter dilucide explicatum continetur. Item pro libertate ecclesiae Gallicae adversus Romanam aulam defensio Parisiensis curiae, Lucouico XI Gallorum regi quondam oblata... LIBRI VIII, by FRANCISCI DUARENI (aka Francois DOUAREN, Francois DUAREN, Francois DUARENUS). Published ANNO M DCC XIII (1713). Publisher and place unstated. TEXT in LATIN. VELLUM covers, red and brown striped page edges, 4x6.5 inches (10x17 cm), 8vo. Pagination: [2], 515, [9] pages. Interesting Previous Owners: There is a blind stamped Name and Address of "A. M. STORACE (Alfonso Maria Storace), Tomaso 16, Napoli (Naples)" on the front free endpaper. Alfonso Maria Storace wrote, among other things,…

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    DE SACRIS ECCLESIAE MINISTERIIS AC BENEFICIIS LIBRI VIII (Books I - VIII) in quibus quiquid ad plenam juris pontificii cognitionem necessarium est, breuiter dilucide explicatum continetur. Item pro libertate ecclesiae Gallicae adversus Romanam aulam defensio Parisiensis curiae, Lucouico XI Gallorum regi quondam oblata... LIBRI VIII, by FRANCISCI DUARENI (aka Francois DOUAREN, Francois DUAREN, Francois DUARENUS). Published ANNO M DCC XIII (1713). Publisher and place unstated. TEXT in LATIN. VELLUM covers, red and brown striped page edges, 4x6.5 inches (10x17 cm), 8vo. Pagination: [2], 515, [9] pages. Interesting Previous Owners: There is a blind stamped Name and Address of "A. M. STORACE (Alfonso Maria Storace), Tomaso 16, Napoli (Naples)" on the front free endpaper. Alfonso Maria Storace wrote, among other things, a book titled: Ricerche Storiche Intorno al Comune di s. Antimo (Historical Research of the City of Sant'Antimo, Italy), which was published in Naples, Italy, in 1887. There is a circular ink stamp on the front pastedown showing that this book once was in the Library of Rev. L. KUENZEL (LESTER HENRY KUENZEL, aka Reverend L. Kunzel, Father Lester H. Kuenzel). He wrote, among other things, "A Manual of the Ceremonies of Low Mass" which was published in New York in 1930. And there is also a small, recent bookplate on the front pastedown with the letters "SAG". Condition: Remnants of a shelving label on the spine, spine lettering has rubbed away, some yellowing and soiling to the vellum covers, inner hinges cracked but holding, inner pages are toned, some quite heavily, but the printing is always legible. Overall a complete, solid, presentable copy of this book from 1713. About FRANÇOIS DOUAREN (from Wikipedia): ******François Douaren (also sometimes spelled Duaren; Franciscus Duarenus; Francisci Duareni) b. 1509 d. 1559,

    was a French jurist and professor of law at the University of Bourges. After studies in Paris under Budé and in Bourges, Douaren worked as an advocate for the Parlement of Paris. In 1538, he was called to teach at Bourges. Following a bitter dispute with Baro, he abandoned the chair for Paris until Baro's death in 1550, after which Douaren returned to teach at Bourges. Like his compatriots Jacques Cujas, François Hotman and Hugues Doneau, Douaren was one of the leading representatives of the legal humanist school of thought within the science of Roman law on the European continent. These 16th century French law professors applied the philological methods of the Italian humanists to legal texts. It was their aim to arrive at a historically more accurate understanding of the texts of the Roman Corpus Iuris Civilis. In addition to numerous commentaries on the Corpus, Douaren wrote a leading commentary on the Roman law of obligations, Commentarius de pactis (1544), which greatly influenced modern theories of obligations. His 1544 programme of studies, De ratione docendi discendique iuris epistola, was the first statement of the mos gallicus, the French Humanist approach to higher education. Its core contents - language studies, introductory classes on the base of the Justinian Code, a methodical approach based on the laws of the Corpus - came to be introduced at most European legal faculties.******

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  • 1719 SIR RICHARD STEELE to the EARL OF OXFORD Concerning the BILL OF PEERAGE by Richard Steele 1719 SIR RICHARD STEELE to the EARL OF OXFORD Concerning the BILL OF PEERAGE
    Richard Steele

    A LETTER to the EARL of O--d, Concerning the BILL OF PEERAGE. By Sir R----d S----le (Sir Richard Steele). LONDON: Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1719. The Second Edition, so stated. Paper item, 4.5x7 inches, 32 pages. Condition: Completely disbound, all signatures and a few leaves are loose but all are in their proper order; the first page has a 2 inch closed tear starting at the middle of the top edge, the first few pages have a blackened and chipped upper corner (not affecting text), the pages are lightly toned, the first and last page are lightly soiled. Despite its flaws this is a complete copy, with printing that is clear, bright and fully legible. About SIR RICHARD…

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    A LETTER to the EARL of O--d, Concerning the BILL OF PEERAGE. By Sir R----d S----le (Sir Richard Steele). LONDON: Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1719. The Second Edition, so stated. Paper item, 4.5x7 inches, 32 pages. Condition: Completely disbound, all signatures and a few leaves are loose but all are in their proper order; the first page has a 2 inch closed tear starting at the middle of the top edge, the first few pages have a blackened and chipped upper corner (not affecting text), the pages are lightly toned, the first and last page are lightly soiled. Despite its flaws this is a complete copy, with printing that is clear, bright and fully legible. About SIR RICHARD STEELE (from Wikipedia and elsewhere on the Internet): ******Sir Richard Steele (bap. 12 March 1672 - 1 September 1729) was an Irish writer and politician, remembered as co-founder, with his friend Joseph Addison, of the magazine The Spectator. Steele became a Whig Member of Parliament in 1713, for Stockbridge. He was soon expelled for issuing a pamphlet in favor of the Hanoverian succession. When George I of Great Britain came to the throne in the following year, Steele was knighted and given responsibility for the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London. He returned to parliament in 1715, for Boroughbridge. While at Drury Lane, Steele wrote and directed the sentimental comedy The Conscious Lovers, which was an immediate hit. However, in 1719 Steele found himself in agreement with Lord Oxford regarding The Bill Of Peerage, and wrote: A LETTER TO THE EARL OF O--D, CONCERNING THE BILL OF PEERAGE. This pamphlet and Steele's subsequent speeches caused him to fall out with Addison and, in 1724, he retired to his wife's homeland of Wales, where he spent the remainder of his life.******

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  • 1720 BOOK OF EZEKIEL Philological & Theological BIBLICAL DISSERTATION in Latin by FRANCISCUS ULRICUS WALTER (Franz Ulrich Walter) 1720 BOOK OF EZEKIEL Philological & Theological BIBLICAL DISSERTATION in Latin
    FRANCISCUS ULRICUS WALTER (Franz Ulrich Walter)

    DISSERTATIO PHILOLOGICO THEOLOGICA, DE EZECHIELE Bibliophagoi ad ORACULUM EZECH. III. 3...

    Praeside ALBERTO SCHUMACHERO (Albert Schumacher) ; Auctor FRANCISCUS ULRICUS WALTER (Franz Ulrich Walter). Theological Dissertation focused on the BOOK OF EZEKIEL in the Old Testament of the Bible. In LATIN. BREMAE [i.e. Bremen, Germany] : Typis Hermanni Christophori Jani, 1720. Disbound (i.e. no covers), title page through page 122, lacking last leaf (pages 123/124), 4to, 6x8 inches (15x20 cm). FAIR Condition: Disbound and lacking last leaf, as noted above; the last 11 leaves have tears and stiff creasing to their upper corner, leaving that corner tender and in danger of being easily pulled off; edge and corner wear and tears to the early pages, not affecting text; toning, foxing…

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    DISSERTATIO PHILOLOGICO THEOLOGICA, DE EZECHIELE Bibliophagoi ad ORACULUM EZECH. III. 3...

    Praeside ALBERTO SCHUMACHERO (Albert Schumacher) ; Auctor FRANCISCUS ULRICUS WALTER (Franz Ulrich Walter). Theological Dissertation focused on the BOOK OF EZEKIEL in the Old Testament of the Bible. In LATIN. BREMAE [i.e. Bremen, Germany] : Typis Hermanni Christophori Jani, 1720. Disbound (i.e. no covers), title page through page 122, lacking last leaf (pages 123/124), 4to, 6x8 inches (15x20 cm). FAIR Condition: Disbound and lacking last leaf, as noted above; the last 11 leaves have tears and stiff creasing to their upper corner, leaving that corner tender and in danger of being easily pulled off; edge and corner wear and tears to the early pages, not affecting text; toning, foxing and some soiling throughout, but text always fully legible; despite its flaws a VERY SCARCE 1720 STUDY of THE BOOK OF EZEKIEL.

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  • 1724 HANDWRITTEN SIGNED DOCUMENT from LIMOGES, FRANCE w/ OFFICIAL LIMOGES SEAL by NOTAIRE ROYAL 1724 HANDWRITTEN SIGNED DOCUMENT from LIMOGES, FRANCE w/ OFFICIAL LIMOGES SEAL
    NOTAIRE ROYAL

    HANDWRITTEN "LETTRE DE CHANGE ET QUITTANCE" - An Official Signed Document, Written and Signed by a "NOTAIRE ROYAL". The document is written on both sides of an 7.5x10" piece of laid rag paper. WRITTEN IN FRENCH. The letter begins "A Limoges Le Deuzieme jour des mois de Novembre mil sept cens vente quatres apres midy..." (Limoges, November 2, 1724, afternoon) There is an Official Stamp of the Seal of Limoges, France on the backside, below which is the signature of the official "Notaire Royal". GOOD condition. The letter has a number of horizontal folds and a vertical fold, all from where it was folded to fit into a small envelope (no envelope is present). There is some edge and corner…

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    HANDWRITTEN "LETTRE DE CHANGE ET QUITTANCE" - An Official Signed Document, Written and Signed by a "NOTAIRE ROYAL". The document is written on both sides of an 7.5x10" piece of laid rag paper. WRITTEN IN FRENCH. The letter begins "A Limoges Le Deuzieme jour des mois de Novembre mil sept cens vente quatres apres midy..." (Limoges, November 2, 1724, afternoon) There is an Official Stamp of the Seal of Limoges, France on the backside, below which is the signature of the official "Notaire Royal". GOOD condition. The letter has a number of horizontal folds and a vertical fold, all from where it was folded to fit into a small envelope (no envelope is present). There is some edge and corner wear, and a few closed tears at the edges of some of the folds. Overall a sturdy copy with writing that is clear and legible.Would look great framed. Please see the provided images to get a good idea of the letter, its contents, and its condition.

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  • 1725 Vellum GEORGE BUCHANAN - OPERA OMNIA, HISTORICA, CHRONOLOGICA, JURIDICA, &c by George Buchanan, Georgii Buchanani 1725 Vellum GEORGE BUCHANAN - OPERA OMNIA, HISTORICA, CHRONOLOGICA, JURIDICA, &c
    George Buchanan, Georgii Buchanani

    Georgii Buchanani [George Buchanan]. OPERA OMNIA, HISTORICA, CHRONOLOGICA, JURIDICA, POLITICA, SATYRICA & PEOTICA. Volume One only (of Two Volumes). Lugdunum Batavorum (Leiden), Johannem Arnoldum Langerak (Johan Arnold Langerak), MDCCXXV (1725). Early edition. (the printer Joh. Arnold Langerak was active from 1710-1750). Contemporary VELLUM BINDING, blind-stamped design and framing on the front and rear covers, 5 raised spine bands, handwritten title on spine, 8" x 10". Pagination: [140] prelim pages including life of George Buchanan, 732 Text, [96] Index, [6] prelims to JURE REGNI Apud Scotos, 116 Text. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece and a fold-open chart. CONDITION: The Vellum covers are split at the folds but holding well with the five cord bindings; the vellum from the top spine compartment…

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    Georgii Buchanani [George Buchanan]. OPERA OMNIA, HISTORICA, CHRONOLOGICA, JURIDICA, POLITICA, SATYRICA & PEOTICA. Volume One only (of Two Volumes). Lugdunum Batavorum (Leiden), Johannem Arnoldum Langerak (Johan Arnold Langerak), MDCCXXV (1725). Early edition. (the printer Joh. Arnold Langerak was active from 1710-1750). Contemporary VELLUM BINDING, blind-stamped design and framing on the front and rear covers, 5 raised spine bands, handwritten title on spine, 8" x 10". Pagination: [140] prelim pages including life of George Buchanan, 732 Text, [96] Index, [6] prelims to JURE REGNI Apud Scotos, 116 Text. Illustrated with an engraved frontispiece and a fold-open chart. CONDITION: The Vellum covers are split at the folds but holding well with the five cord bindings; the vellum from the top spine compartment has broken off (i.e. is missing), there is an edge piece of vellum missing from the second compartment (the compartment with the hand-written title) that partially affects one letter, and there is some cracking to the spine vellum; the front and rear vellum covers have some soiling, age toning, and spotting; overall the vellum covers show wear, but are still quite attractive in a Harry Potter Hogwarts Library sort of way. Internally very nice, some age foxing, corner creasing, toning and soiling here and there throughout, but overall the inner pages are complete, tight, bright, clean and unmarked. A quite impressive copy. An Important 289 year-old book by an Renowned SCOTTISH Writer and Scholar. With its vellum binding, the book looks impressive on and off the shelf. A snippet about GEORGE BUCHANAN (from a much longer Wikipedia article): ******George Buchanan (February 1506 - 28 September 1582) was a Scottish historian and humanist scholar. Brown says that Buchanan was "the most profound intellectual sixteenth century Scotland produced." His ideology of resistance to royal usurpation gained widespread acceptance during the Scottish Reformation. Brown says the ease with which King James VII was deposed in 1689 shows the power of Buchananite ideas.******

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  • 1728 DISCORSI SACRI / SACRED SPEECHES of SAINTS & RELIGIOUS LEADERS Vellum Covers VENICE by D. CESARE NICOLAO BAMBACARI, et al 1728 DISCORSI SACRI / SACRED SPEECHES of SAINTS & RELIGIOUS LEADERS Vellum Covers VENICE
    D. CESARE NICOLAO BAMBACARI, et al

    DISCORSI SACRI del P. ABATE, e Definitore D. CESARE NICOLAO BAMBACARI Canonico Regolare Laternanese Del Monastero di S. Ferdinano di Lucca... Contains 19 "DISCORSO" or speeches by numerous Saints and religious figures, including Bambacari. VENEZIA, Presso Gio. Battista Recurti, MDCCXXVIII (1728). Text in Italian. Full Vellum Covers, 8vo, 4.5x6.5 inches (12x16.5 cm). Pagination: [16], 593 pages. Condition: The VELLUM covers are worn, splitting at the spine folds, worn at the corners, scraped, soiled and stained, the covers have completely detached from the front inner hinge exposing the text block beneath, the rear hinge is tender but holding with the sewn binding. Internally, there is a bit of worming to the first few pages, there is foxing to the pages, mostly…

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    DISCORSI SACRI del P. ABATE, e Definitore D. CESARE NICOLAO BAMBACARI Canonico Regolare Laternanese Del Monastero di S. Ferdinano di Lucca... Contains 19 "DISCORSO" or speeches by numerous Saints and religious figures, including Bambacari. VENEZIA, Presso Gio. Battista Recurti, MDCCXXVIII (1728). Text in Italian. Full Vellum Covers, 8vo, 4.5x6.5 inches (12x16.5 cm). Pagination: [16], 593 pages. Condition: The VELLUM covers are worn, splitting at the spine folds, worn at the corners, scraped, soiled and stained, the covers have completely detached from the front inner hinge exposing the text block beneath, the rear hinge is tender but holding with the sewn binding. Internally, there is a bit of worming to the first few pages, there is foxing to the pages, mostly light, the title page has eight names inked out, there are corner creases, edge wear, and signs of other handling and use here and there throughout; otherwise the inner page are complete, tight, bright, clean and clear.

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  • 1729 THE MIRACLES OF JESUS VINDICATED a Literal Interpretation of Scripture by ZACHARY PEARCE, BISHOP OF ROCHESTER 1729 THE MIRACLES OF JESUS VINDICATED a Literal Interpretation of Scripture
    ZACHARY PEARCE, BISHOP OF ROCHESTER

    THE MIRACLES OF JESUS VINDICATED. Anonymous, but known to be ZACHARY PEARCE, BISHOP OF ROCHESTER. PARTS I, II and III (of four parts). THE TRUE SECOND EDITION, with "Price Six Pence" on each of the three title pages. LONDON: Printed for J. ROBERTS, MDCCXXIX (1729). Written by Zachary Pearce as a response to Thomas Woolston's Discourse on the Miracles of Our Savior. These three works on the Miracles of Jesus

    argue for a literal interpretation of the New Testament rather than the allegorical interpretation that was becoming popular at the time, and in doing so defends the reality of the Miracles of Jesus as depicted in Scripture. Disbound, 8vo., 4.75x7.75 inches, paginated in three parts, 31, 35, 33 pages. FAIR…

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    THE MIRACLES OF JESUS VINDICATED. Anonymous, but known to be ZACHARY PEARCE, BISHOP OF ROCHESTER. PARTS I, II and III (of four parts). THE TRUE SECOND EDITION, with "Price Six Pence" on each of the three title pages. LONDON: Printed for J. ROBERTS, MDCCXXIX (1729). Written by Zachary Pearce as a response to Thomas Woolston's Discourse on the Miracles of Our Savior. These three works on the Miracles of Jesus

    argue for a literal interpretation of the New Testament rather than the allegorical interpretation that was becoming popular at the time, and in doing so defends the reality of the Miracles of Jesus as depicted in Scripture. Disbound, 8vo., 4.75x7.75 inches, paginated in three parts, 31, 35, 33 pages. FAIR condition. Disbound, as noted above; there is shorelining / light water staining to the upper gutter area of all the pages; the first title page has some stains; there are some corner creases and some light foxing here and there; otherwise the pages are bright, clean, and clear.

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  • 1731 BIBLIA SACRA Vulgatae Editionis SACRED BIBLE Annotated BAPTISTA DU HAMEL by BAPTISTA DU HAMEL 1731 BIBLIA SACRA Vulgatae Editionis SACRED BIBLE Annotated BAPTISTA DU HAMEL
    BAPTISTA DU HAMEL

    Biblia Sacra Vulgatae Editionis, Sixti V. & Clementis VIII... Versiculis Distincta: Una Cum Selectis Annotationibus ex optimis quibusque Catholiicis Interpretibus, et etiam ex Auctoribus Heterodoxis in his, quae Catholicae veritati non sunt contraria, excerptis: Prolegomenis, novis Tabulis Chronologicis, Historicis et Geographicis illustrate. Autore (by) JO: BAPTISTA DU HAMEL. PARS PRIMA only (PART ONE ONLY of Two Parts). VENETIIS (Venice) MDCCXXXI (1731). Ex Typographia Balleoniana. Hardcovers, leather covered boards, bound with six cord bands, large thick volume, 8x11.5 inches, 866 pages. Illustrated with a title page engraving, head and tail pieces, engraved title letters, and most notably approximately 60 (I tried to count them all but probably missed some) intricately detailed 2.5x2.25 inch in text woodcuts. This particular copy is particularly…

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    Biblia Sacra Vulgatae Editionis, Sixti V. & Clementis VIII... Versiculis Distincta: Una Cum Selectis Annotationibus ex optimis quibusque Catholiicis Interpretibus, et etiam ex Auctoribus Heterodoxis in his, quae Catholicae veritati non sunt contraria, excerptis: Prolegomenis, novis Tabulis Chronologicis, Historicis et Geographicis illustrate. Autore (by) JO: BAPTISTA DU HAMEL. PARS PRIMA only (PART ONE ONLY of Two Parts). VENETIIS (Venice) MDCCXXXI (1731). Ex Typographia Balleoniana. Hardcovers, leather covered boards, bound with six cord bands, large thick volume, 8x11.5 inches, 866 pages. Illustrated with a title page engraving, head and tail pieces, engraved title letters, and most notably approximately 60 (I tried to count them all but probably missed some) intricately detailed 2.5x2.25 inch in text woodcuts. This particular copy is particularly interesting because of one of its flaws. The leaf composed of pages 551 and 552 is missing and has been replaced with hand copied text of the missing pages. The handwritten script is on 3 pages of a 4 page single fold sheet that has been bound in with string. The hand copied text appears to have been done at a time fairly contemporary with the printing of this book. The calligraphy is beautiful. The pages of hand calligraphy do have some edge chipping that affects a few words. FAIR Condition: The covers are scraped, rubbed, and worn, with chips and some tears to the spine covering, and boards that are worn though at their corners and edges; nonetheless the covers are still holding together and doing their job. Internally, the front and rear hinges are completely split but holding together with the six cord binding; there are two ink stamps on the front free endpaper, both indicating the book was in Caraglio, Italy, at some point; the inner hinge is split at a number of places, holding together by the cord binding, but causing the overall binding to be somewhat shaky and the front page edges to be irregular; the text block is stiff with age; the leaf composed of pages 553 and 554 (following the hand written pages) has old yellowed tape repairs over its face and is almost (but not quite!) loose; some pages, including the title page, have shorelining / waterstaining, but the text and illustrations are always fully legible; there are some age spots, light stains and smudges, and other signs of age here and there; overall the inner pages are still bright, clean and clear, with printing that is fully legible throughout. Part One only of Two Parts, as noted above. This 1731 Edition is the EARLIEST EDITION I could find online at the time of this writing. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS PLEASE NOTE: This book is large and heavy and will require additional shipping charges. After placing your order you will be notified of the additional charges and be able to accept or reject them before your payment is processed. Or you can contact us ahead of time to find out the shipping charge to your country. Thanks.

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