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Hieronymi Magii Anglarensis De Tintinnabulis Liber Postumus. Franciscus Sweetius F. Notis...
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Hieronymi Magii Anglarensis De Tintinnabulis Liber Postumus. Franciscus Sweetius F. Notis illustrvir. Accedit ejusdem Magii De Equuleo Liber, cum notis G. Jungermanni. Ut & Appendix Virorum illustrium ideam argumentum pertractantium.

by Maggi, Girolamo

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12 mo
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Maggi, Girolamo. (d. 1572) Hieronymi Magii Anglarensis De Tintinnabulums Liber Postumus. Franciscus Sweetius F. Notis illustrvir. Accedit ejusdem Magii De Equuleo Liber, cum notis G. Jungermanni. Ut & Appendix Virorum illustrium ideam argumentum pertractantium. Amsterdam: Apud Henry. Wtstenium, 1689.
Duodecimo, 5.25 x 3 in. Third edition. *12, A-R12. This copy contains fifteen full-paged and three folding, engravings. This is and exceedingly clean and bright copy. The margins are large and the leaves are in near perfect condition. The binding is full Dutch parchment over stiff boards, laced case construction, tooled and ruled in blind.
Girolamo Maggi was a lawyer and writer born at Anghiari in Tuscany. He settled in Venice in about 1560. His published works include a poem on the wars in Flanders. Having been made a prisoner by the Turks in Cyprus, he attempted to escape and was recaptured and later was strangled to death in Constantinople in 1572. The first work is all about bells and their history.… Read more
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An Historical Vindication of the Divine Right of Tithes, from Scripture, Reason, and the Opinion...
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An Historical Vindication of the Divine Right of Tithes, from Scripture, Reason, and the Opinion and Practice of Jews, gentiles, and Christians in all Ages. Designed to Supply the Omissions, Answer the Objections, and Rectifie the Mistakes of Mr. Selden’s

by Comber, Thomas (1645-1699)

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7.5 x 5.7 in. First edition. A4, *A4, a4, *a2, B-Z4, Aa-Ii4.
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Hardcover
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his is a rare publication and has been rebacked to preserve the original period boards. The pages are clean with only occasional foxing to the first and last few leaves and a slight browning to the title-page. There is an interesting ex libris plate from James Harrop Dransfield on the front paste-down. It shows a head in profile impaled upon a sword with the motto: Cutta Cavat Lapidem Non Vi Sed Saepe Cadendol. Also contains the bookplate of James Harrop Dransfield with the quotation "Gutta Cavat Lapidem No Vi Sed Saepe Cadendo." or "A drop of water hollows a stone, not by force, but by continuously dripping." and it has a Head impaled on a Standing Sword. This is an extremely rare book sold by Calixbooks online. NO Copies of the First Edition are present in ANY library. All libraries have the 1685 edition. No copies of the 1685 edition are available online. Only one library around the world has a copy of the book.

Thomas Comber:
'I have reason to believe many have been encouraged to commit by that… Read more
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History of British Birds, First Edition, 1797
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History of British Birds, First Edition, 1797: Ascended to Lawrence Titus Oates Accompanied Scott to the South Pole

by Bewick, Thomas

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Used - Covers Off
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The Figures Engraved on Wood by T. Bewick. Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 con
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Hardcover
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Bewick, Thomas: (1753-1828) History of British Birds. The Figures Engraved on Wood by T. Bewick. Vol. 1 and Vol. 2 containing the description and history of land birds etc. Newcastle: Sol. Hodgson; Edward Walker 1797; 1804, 1804. 2 vols. 8vo. xxx, [ii], 335, [1]; xx, 400 pp. With 233 cuts of birds in the text. Contemporary half-polished calf over boards, spine gilt; an excellent copy with respect to the interior of the book. Unfortunately the board is detached and nearly off. This copy is signed by Henry Oates and resented to him by his Aunt Ann Rayner in Dec. 1797. Ascended from Joseph Henry Oates to Lawrence (Titus) Oates who accompanied Scott on his expedition to the South Pole. First edition, second issue as shown by the presence of the words "Wycliffe, 1791" from the figure of the sea eagle on p. 11 of Volume I. Mottled calf over paper boards with some damage to the leather on volume one and volume two. Occasional spotting but otherwise a nice clean and internally bright copy. This is a very rare… Read more
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Hudibra, First, Second, Third and Subsequent Parts. First Edition, First Issue 1663
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Hudibra, First, Second, Third and Subsequent Parts. First Edition, First Issue 1663: Very Rare Edition First Edition, First Issue in Fine Condition

by Butler, Samuel

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Used - Exceptional Copy
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Hudibras, First Edition, First Issue
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Hardcover
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Butler, Samuel. "Hudibras. The First Part. Written in the time of the late Wars". [4], 268 pages. First Authorized Edition, first issue, with "Saint" in imprint spelled out in full; errata is present, lacking the imprimatur leaf (dated Nov. 11, 1662), and all textual errors uncorrected. London: Printed by J.G. for Richard Marriot, 1663. [bound with] "Hudibras. The Second Part. By the Author of the First". [4], 216 pages. Also, third part dated 1678. Bound in exceptionally fine binding and in very good condition with the bookplates of Daniel Henry Holmes, an avid book collector. This edition certainly is one of the rarest being that it is a first issue. A pirate copy came out the year before in 1662 and all proceeds from the sale of the book by the thief were recovered by Butler. Collation is as follows: [2 blank], TP, A3-8, B8-I8, K-R8, 2nd TP, B-I8, K-O8, P4, 3rd TP, A-I8, K-R8, S7, [2 Blank].Hudibras by Samuel Butler is a critique of the English Civil War and pokes at the Puritans and their military… Read more
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