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 BLANCHARD, PIERRE (1772-1836) AFTER M. LE COMTE DE BUFFON, LE BUFFON DE LA JEUNESSE, ou ABREGE D'HISTOIRE NATURELLE, Ouvrage Elementaire, A l'usage des Jeunes Gens de l'un et de l'autre sexe .. Orne de plus de cent Figures
BLANCHARD, PIERRE (1772-1836) AFTER M. LE COMTE DE BUFFON
LE BUFFON DE LA JEUNESSE, ou ABREGE D'HISTOIRE NATURELLE, Ouvrage Elementaire, A l'usage des Jeunes Gens de l'un et de l'autre sexe .. Orne de plus de cent Figures
Paris, Le Prieur 1st edition 1801 AN IX. Engraved frontispiece by Binet/Bovinet + 31 other plates (9+ 6+ 11+ 5 each with several figures) in 4 volumes). . Four Volumes 12mo marbled roan with some gilt (worn to edges, hinges and spine leather cracked but held by cords) 410pp +360pp +373pp +383pp. Vol I. Cosmographie et quadrupedes; II. Quadrupedes et oiseaux; III. Oiseaux et poissons; IV. Poissons, reptiles, coquillages, crustacees, etc. Contents clean and tight. *Delightful engraved figures of animals, fishes etc by an unknown artist. Scarce in this 1st edition, no copy in Bibliotheque Nationale which has 2nd edition only, not in Gumuchian who lists several similar Buffon abridgements but all later.
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Book number: V73223
GBP 264.00 [Appr.: EURO 289.75 US$ 321.1 | JP 34158]
Catalogue: Antiquarian
Keywords: natural history illustrated
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V73223.jpg BLANCHARD, PIERRE (1772-1836) AFTER M. LE COMTE DE BUFFON, LE BUFFON DE LA JEUNESSE, ou ABREGE D'HISTOIRE NATURELLE, Ouvrage Elementaire, A l'usage des Jeunes Gens de l'un et de l'autre sexe .. Orne de plus de cent Figures 

 BLOSS,SEBASTIAN (1559-1627) WITH RESPONSE BY JOANNES MELCHIOR WEISSENBERGER, DISPUTATIO PHYSICA, DE NATURA, ET RELIQUIS CORPORIS NATURALIS MOTIONUM CAUSSIS, Proposita in inclyta Heidelbergensi Academia a M. Sebastiano Blossio Minsingensi .. Quam respondendo pro Ingenii viribus tueri conabitur Ioannes Melchior Weissenberger ..
BLOSS,SEBASTIAN (1559-1627) WITH RESPONSE BY JOANNES MELCHIOR WEISSENBERGER
DISPUTATIO PHYSICA, DE NATURA, ET RELIQUIS CORPORIS NATURALIS MOTIONUM CAUSSIS, Proposita in inclyta Heidelbergensi Academia a M. Sebastiano Blossio Minsingensi .. Quam respondendo pro Ingenii viribus tueri conabitur Ioannes Melchior Weissenberger ..
Heidelberg (Germany), Johannes Spies 1st first edition 1584 . Quarto vellum spined boards (probably newer using old material) Titlepage + Epigramma +33 unnumbered pages. Starting with a question, there are LXXXIIII propositions and Appendix. Some creases to titlepage and margin of one other leaf else exceptionally clean and crisp. *Sebastian Bloss was Professor of Medicine at Heidelberg in 1584, later at Ulm and finally in Tuebingen where he died.His most famous work was on the plague. Scarce - only 3 copies in German libraries none in the UK,but not in GM, Durling, Waller, Wheeler or Wellcome.
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Book number: V72191
GBP 480.00 [Appr.: EURO 526.5 US$ 583.81 | JP 62105]
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Keywords: medicine medical German physician
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V72191.jpg BLOSS,SEBASTIAN (1559-1627) WITH RESPONSE BY JOANNES MELCHIOR WEISSENBERGER, DISPUTATIO PHYSICA, DE NATURA, ET RELIQUIS CORPORIS NATURALIS MOTIONUM CAUSSIS, Proposita in inclyta Heidelbergensi Academia a M. Sebastiano Blossio Minsingensi .. Quam respondendo pro Ingenii viribus tueri conabitur Ioannes Melchior Weissenberger .. 

 BLUMLEIN (PUBLISHER), NEUESTES RHEIN-PANORAMA von Mainz bis Coeln
BLUMLEIN (PUBLISHER)
NEUESTES RHEIN-PANORAMA von Mainz bis Coeln
Frankfurt, Blumlein 1880 approx) Leporello 16-fold panorama . 135x205mm red & gilt decorated cloth with views to margins of river & larger views of Koeln & Mainz at top & bottom. Bright and exceptionally nice.
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Book number: V14848
GBP 31.00 [Appr.: EURO 34 US$ 37.7 | JP 4011]
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Keywords: German topography views
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V14848.jpg BLUMLEIN (PUBLISHER), NEUESTES RHEIN-PANORAMA von Mainz bis Coeln 

 BOETHIUS, ANCIUS MANLIUS TORQUATUS SEVERINUS, DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE Libri V. Ad optimarum editionum fidem recensiti. Accessere Petri Bertii Praefatio, Boethii vita a Martiano Rota conscripta, Theodori Pulmanni de metris Boethianis Libellus, nec non Elpidis, Boethii uxoris, Hymni duo.
BOETHIUS, ANCIUS MANLIUS TORQUATUS SEVERINUS
DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE Libri V. Ad optimarum editionum fidem recensiti. Accessere Petri Bertii Praefatio, Boethii vita a Martiano Rota conscripta, Theodori Pulmanni de metris Boethianis Libellus, nec non Elpidis, Boethii uxoris, Hymni duo.
Padua, Joseph Cominus 1st edition. 1721 Copperplate titlepage vignette + full page woodcut coat of arms Cominus publisher's mark and date to colophon. . Duodecimo (13x17cm) original card covers laced through (rubbed and a bit soiled but intact), lxiv (inc. title, dedication, Preface, Life of Boethius etc.) +143pp +[1]p colophon with ppublisher's mark. Early ownership to titlepage "Joannis Ludovici Goffredi" with note laid in giving details of other past owners, inc. Sir William McKenny's library at Villa Campanani on Lake Como. *An entirely uncut handsomely printed copy of all 5 books of the De Consolatione with the Metrum and the Prosa alternating within each book and a few nice head and tailpieces (Brunet I 1035 says 1721 1st edition more rare than 1744 2nd).
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Book number: V74898
GBP 104.00 [Appr.: EURO 114.25 US$ 126.49 | JP 13456]
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Keywords: Italian Latin classic
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V74898.jpg BOETHIUS, ANCIUS MANLIUS TORQUATUS SEVERINUS, DE CONSOLATIONE PHILOSOPHIAE Libri V. Ad optimarum editionum fidem recensiti. Accessere Petri Bertii Praefatio, Boethii vita a Martiano Rota conscripta, Theodori Pulmanni de metris Boethianis Libellus, nec non Elpidis, Boethii uxoris, Hymni duo. 

 BOILEAU, JACQUES (1635-1716) [BUT NOT HERE NAMED], HISTORIA FLAGELLANTIUM. De recto et Perverso Flagrorum Usu apud Christianos.
BOILEAU, JACQUES (1635-1716) [BUT NOT HERE NAMED]
HISTORIA FLAGELLANTIUM. De recto et Perverso Flagrorum Usu apud Christianos.
Paris, Joannem Anisson Typographiae Regiae Praefectum 1700 French royal printer's mark with crowned fleur de lis. . Duodecimo (13x10cm) speckled calf spine on 5 raised bands floral gilt compartments, gilt dentelles (tips worn/spine ends chipped down) All edges rouged. Blank leaf + Title +[18] (prelims) +341pp +[17]pp (index) +[1]p privilege, collated complete. Latin text with some Greek. Old library labels (Bibliotheca Lamoniana and Revd. William Staunton) to front pastedown, a few neat early MS notes, else pages crisp & clean throughout.
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Book number: V74984
GBP 132.00 [Appr.: EURO 145 US$ 160.55 | JP 17079]
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V74984.jpg BOILEAU, JACQUES (1635-1716) [BUT NOT HERE NAMED], HISTORIA FLAGELLANTIUM. De recto et Perverso Flagrorum Usu apud Christianos. 

 BOLSWERT, BOECE DE [BOETIUS BOLSWERT 1550-1633], VOYAGE DE DEUX SOEURS COLOMBELLE ET VOLONTAIRETTE Vers leur Bien-Aime en la Cite de Jerusalem: Contenant plusieurs incidens arrivez pendant leur voyage.
BOLSWERT, BOECE DE [BOETIUS BOLSWERT 1550-1633]
VOYAGE DE DEUX SOEURS COLOMBELLE ET VOLONTAIRETTE Vers leur Bien-Aime en la Cite de Jerusalem: Contenant plusieurs incidens arrivez pendant leur voyage.
Liege, J.F. Broncart 1734 Frontispiece + copperplate illustration to titlepage of the two sisters & Jerusalem in the background + 27 full-page copperplates. . Small octavo brown calf spine gilt with spine label (top of spine and one corner repaired). Frontis +titlepage +[4]pp dedication +262pp +[8]pp index). Lacks 1 leaf P8 & last blank excised, 5 leaves torn without loss and 3 corners torn away but not affecting text. Name Emma Ippersiel 1864 on fly leaf, titlepage mounted with loss at gutter edge but not affecting printed area. *Imaginary journey and adventures of two sisters with very different temperaments travelling to Jerusalem, one having many accidents, which the plates amusingly illustrate.
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Book number: V73153
GBP 420.00 [Appr.: EURO 460.75 US$ 510.84 | JP 54342]
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Keywords: travels Jerusalem fiction
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V73153.jpg BOLSWERT, BOECE DE [BOETIUS BOLSWERT 1550-1633], VOYAGE DE DEUX SOEURS COLOMBELLE ET VOLONTAIRETTE Vers leur Bien-Aime en la Cite de Jerusalem: Contenant plusieurs incidens arrivez pendant leur voyage. 

 
BONA,JOANNE (GIOVANNI BONA)
MANUDUCTIO AD COELUM Medullam continens Sanctorum Patrum & Veterum Philosophorum
Koeln (Cologne), Demen 1673 . 18mo disbound 204pp
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Book number: V65600
GBP 72.00 [Appr.: EURO 79 US$ 87.57 | JP 9316]
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Keywords: religion

 BONAVENTURE, SAINT (CA. 1217-1274), SANCTI BONAVENTURAE ex Ordine Minorum, S.R.E. Episcopi Card. Albanensis Eximii Ecclesiae Doctoris, OPUSCULORUM TOMUS PRIMUS Complectens Primam, et Secundam partem eorumdem. Nunc primum in Gallia, post correctiss. Romanam Vaticanam editionem, impressus.
BONAVENTURE, SAINT (CA. 1217-1274)
SANCTI BONAVENTURAE ex Ordine Minorum, S.R.E. Episcopi Card. Albanensis Eximii Ecclesiae Doctoris, OPUSCULORUM TOMUS PRIMUS Complectens Primam, et Secundam partem eorumdem. Nunc primum in Gallia, post correctiss. Romanam Vaticanam editionem, impressus.
Lyon, Antonius Pillehotte 1619 First title pages with large enraved printers mark + 2nd title with three woodcut figures + fine large engraving of the Arbor Vitae Christi [200 x 140mm] but miss numbered 243 instead of 423 . TWO volumes in one. Folio reversed calf on 5 raised bands with a red gilt spine label (spine with nap rubbed off/leather repair to head of spine/corners worn/some holes in the leather covers). All Fore-edges red sprinkled. Titlepage printed in red and black + 8pp of dedication & other preliminaries + 520pp + titlepage to volume two + contents + 859 [recte 843] followed by 39pp of indices. There are several jumps in the pagination of Vol.2 as well as repeated page numbers but the collation with its signatures shows that there is nothing missing and the catchwords also show that nothing is missing. The pages are in good clean condition except for a large brown ink stain on pages 143-146 but these pages are still quite readable. The first leaves of the book have a fore-edge damp stain of 2 inches by 1 inch in the margin never touching the text nor affecting the strength of the paper.There are some marginal worm tracks and are two corners are torn off and some other corners creased but again not affecting any text and the paper throughout is strong and well bound in to the covers. The text is in double columns with side notes and some large decorative head- and tail-pieces as well as some foliated initial lettering. [NB extra shipping cost for large heavy book].
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Book number: V64177
GBP 198.00 [Appr.: EURO 217.25 US$ 240.82 | JP 25619]
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Keywords: religion Saint Christian
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V64177.jpg BONAVENTURE, SAINT (CA. 1217-1274), SANCTI BONAVENTURAE ex Ordine Minorum, S.R.E. Episcopi Card. Albanensis Eximii Ecclesiae Doctoris, OPUSCULORUM TOMUS PRIMUS Complectens Primam, et Secundam partem eorumdem. Nunc primum in Gallia, post correctiss. Romanam Vaticanam editionem, impressus. 

 GIFT BOOK, CHRISTIAN CHAPLET A Wreath of Prose, Poetry, and Art.
GIFT BOOK
CHRISTIAN CHAPLET A Wreath of Prose, Poetry, and Art.
London, Religious Tract Society 1st first edition 1859 according to the British Library Color plates (8 finely color-printed with tissue guards) similar to Baxter process (see below) by Kronheim. . 163x100mm pink blindstamped and gilt decorated cloth different to each cover & spine (tips rubbed & bit turned/spine faded) All Edges Gilt iv + 250pp +publisher's book list. *McLean describes these Religious Tract Gift books on p197 as "Exquisite" and explains that the prints used from 8-16 color pulls on zinc/copperplates with a steel key-plate to achieve this marvelous effect.
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Book number: V3333
GBP 88.00 [Appr.: EURO 96.75 US$ 107.03 | JP 11386]
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V3333.jpg GIFT BOOK, CHRISTIAN CHAPLET A Wreath of Prose, Poetry, and Art. 

 BOYLE, CHARLES (1676-1731) [LATER EARL OF ORRERY], DR BENTLEY'S DISSERTATIONS ON THE EPISTLES OF PHALARIS AND THE FABLES OF AESOP EXAMIN'D By The Honourable Charles Boyle, Esq.
BOYLE, CHARLES (1676-1731) [LATER EARL OF ORRERY]
DR BENTLEY'S DISSERTATIONS ON THE EPISTLES OF PHALARIS AND THE FABLES OF AESOP EXAMIN'D By The Honourable Charles Boyle, Esq.
London, Tho. Bennet at the Half-Moon 1698 . Octavo contemporary tan roan spine and lower cover (lacks front cover, leather worn). Titlepage +[6]pp preface +290pp with errata below the "Finis". Side notes in Latin & Greek often long enough to require incursion into the text, also some footnotes. Small blind stamped coat of arms on flyleaf with initials RB K.C. Cambridge and faint name F. Creswell. Titlepage & preface bit dusty & fingered, text on better, whiter paper is clean & crisp throughout (WING O469). *A manuscript of the Letters supposedly by Phalaris (of Sicily 570-554 B.C.) was in the care of Dr. Bentley as King's librarian. Boyle complained in his 1695 Oxford edition that Bentley was unhelpful in not giving enough time for the collation he needed. Two years later Bentley replied to this criticism in an essay which said that the Letters were a clumsy forgery by a Greek rhetorician. This book is the patrician Boyle's elaborate reply, produced with the aid of several Oxford scholars. Bentley then won the argument in a splendid scholarly work, but the controversy was justly famous and celebrated in Swift's "Battle of the Books" published in 1704 (see DNB articles on Bentley and Boyle).
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Book number: V73748
GBP 138.00 [Appr.: EURO 151.5 US$ 167.85 | JP 17855]
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Keywords: fables epistles Greek controversy
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V73748.jpg BOYLE, CHARLES (1676-1731) [LATER EARL OF ORRERY], DR BENTLEY'S DISSERTATIONS ON THE EPISTLES OF PHALARIS AND THE FABLES OF AESOP EXAMIN'D By The Honourable Charles Boyle, Esq. 

 BOYLE,ROBERT, TENTAMINA QUAEDAM PHYSIOLOGICA diversis temporibus & occasionibus conscripta a Roberto Boyle, cum ejusdem Historia fluiditatis et firmitatis, ex Anglico in Latinum sermonem translata.
BOYLE,ROBERT
TENTAMINA QUAEDAM PHYSIOLOGICA diversis temporibus & occasionibus conscripta a Roberto Boyle, cum ejusdem Historia fluiditatis et firmitatis, ex Anglico in Latinum sermonem translata.
Amsterdam, Daniel Elzevir 1667 Elzevir Printer's mark to Titlepage. . Duodecimo 18th century roan spined marbled boards (upper hinge repaired/head of spine chipped/tips worn) All edges rouged. Titlepage +[6] +424pp *Coat of arms bookplate & location on front end-paper otherwise completely unmarked crisp copy. The only Elzevir edition. *These essays are the first edition of Boyle's work in Latin to be printed on the continent. Physiologica in this sense included discourses on physics, chemistry, meteorology, medicine & related subjects as well as observations that we would still classify as physiology [eg dog's digestive system]. There are accounts of purely chemical research. According to Fulton "the importance of this work lies in the fact that in a very real sense it was a prologue to the Sceptical Chymist since it continued the attack on the alchemists began in New experiments, and actually it was as much of a landmark in the history of chemistry" [as those other works]. It gives the first clear outline of his corpuscular theory of the nature of matter (Fulton 29, Wellcome I 221, Garrison & Morton).
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Book number: V69672
GBP 480.00 [Appr.: EURO 526.5 US$ 583.81 | JP 62105]
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Keywords: chemistry science experiements
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V69672.jpg BOYLE,ROBERT, TENTAMINA QUAEDAM PHYSIOLOGICA diversis temporibus & occasionibus conscripta a Roberto Boyle, cum ejusdem Historia fluiditatis et firmitatis, ex Anglico in Latinum sermonem translata. 

 BRAMSTON, JAMES (1694?-1743)] [BUT NOT HERE NAMED], THE ART OF POLITICKS, IN IMITATION OF HORACE'S ART OF POETRY
BRAMSTON, JAMES (1694?-1743)] [BUT NOT HERE NAMED]
THE ART OF POLITICKS, IN IMITATION OF HORACE'S ART OF POETRY
London, Lawton Gilliver, at Homer's Head, 1st edition. 1729 Frontis of chimera: fish-bodied, winged, bosomed horse with man's head. . Small quarto in recent grey card covers, frontis + title + 45pp. Upper margin of titlepage repaired where part of name cut away, frontis and last leaf mounted, 3 leaves cut short at fore-edge without loss of text. *The first of two political satires published anonymously by Bramston, a Sussex clergyman, which "hold an honourable place in 18th-century verse, [and] abound with contemporary references, and frequently happy lines" (DNB article James Bramston - see too D.F. Foxon, English Verse 1701-1750, B386).
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Book number: V66492
GBP 132.00 [Appr.: EURO 145 US$ 160.55 | JP 17079]
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Keywords: poetry satire classical political
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V66492.jpg BRAMSTON, JAMES (1694?-1743)] [BUT NOT HERE NAMED], THE ART OF POLITICKS, IN IMITATION OF HORACE'S ART OF POETRY 

 BRATHWAITE, RICHARD [HERE BRATHWAIT](1588-1673), THE ENGLISH GENTLEMAN AND THE ENGLISH GENTLEWOMAN.  Both in one Volume couched, and in one Modell portrayed: to the living glory of their Sexe, the lasting story of their Worth. Being Presented to present times for ornaments; commended to posterity for Presidents. With a Ladies Love-Lecture and a Supplement lately annexed, and Entituled the Turtles Triumph. The third Edition revised, corrected, and enlarged.
BRATHWAITE, RICHARD [HERE BRATHWAIT](1588-1673)
THE ENGLISH GENTLEMAN AND THE ENGLISH GENTLEWOMAN. Both in one Volume couched, and in one Modell portrayed: to the living glory of their Sexe, the lasting story of their Worth. Being Presented to present times for ornaments; commended to posterity for Presidents. With a Ladies Love-Lecture and a Supplement lately annexed, and Entituled the Turtles Triumph. The third Edition revised, corrected, and enlarged.
London, John Dawson 3rd edition. 1641 Elaborate head- & tail-pieces and historiated initials throughout. . Folio (28x19.5cm) contemporary calf on 5 raised bands with later gilt spine title (re-hinged, some knife-cuts to covers, leather of corners restored). Lacks illustrated titlepage engraved by W. Marshall (supplied in facsimile) and its folding explanatory leaf, otherwise collated complete: [12]pp (titlepage, title to English Gentleman, dedication) + 454pp (454 misnumbered 253) + folding "Order of this Ladies Love-Lecture" + 52pp "THE TURTLES TRIUMPH Presented in a Supplement" and "A Tablet reflecting upon this Supplement". There are 5 separate titlepages each followed by a dedication, all Dawson printed and all but last dated 1641. Signatures go through in 4's except for Hhh in 2 and Nnn in 2. Newer endpapers, first Title front edge strengthened with paper tape, its verso has lightly inked library cancel stamp. Some browning mainly to margins, some marks of former damp (strongly affecting only 5 leaves), a few ink spots to fore-edges and margins. Last page has signature and pen trials and is creased. No worming, no foxing and firm in its binding (Wing B4262, ESTC R10286).
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Book number: V74405
GBP 470.00 [Appr.: EURO 515.5 US$ 571.65 | JP 60812]
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Keywords: courtesy book education conduct morals
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V74405.jpg BRATHWAITE, RICHARD [HERE BRATHWAIT](1588-1673), THE ENGLISH GENTLEMAN AND THE ENGLISH GENTLEWOMAN.  Both in one Volume couched, and in one Modell portrayed: to the living glory of their Sexe, the lasting story of their Worth. Being Presented to present times for ornaments; commended to posterity for Presidents. With a Ladies Love-Lecture and a Supplement lately annexed, and Entituled the Turtles Triumph. The third Edition revised, corrected, and enlarged. 

 BRAY,THOMAS D.D. (1658-1730), A SHORT DISCOURSE Upon the Doctrine of our Baptismal Covenant; being an Exposition Upon the Preliminary Questions and Answers of our Church-Catechism .. [bound with] AN APPENDIX TO THE DISCOURSE Upon the Doctrine of our Baptismal Covenant: being a Method of Family-Religion.
BRAY,THOMAS D.D. (1658-1730)
A SHORT DISCOURSE Upon the Doctrine of our Baptismal Covenant; being an Exposition Upon the Preliminary Questions and Answers of our Church-Catechism .. [bound with] AN APPENDIX TO THE DISCOURSE Upon the Doctrine of our Baptismal Covenant: being a Method of Family-Religion.
London, Printed by E.Holt for Will. Hawes 3rd edition 1699 . Two Works in One Volume small octavo newer binding [14] +200pp and [48]pp including music. Paper browned and small corners turned down or creased. Both works collate as in British Library copy except that the blank before titlepage has been replaced at a later date. End papers are new. *Bray was an influential English cleric & philanthropist, founder of the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge in 1699. Sent by the Bishop of London to Maryland he founded parish libraries there, encouraged English clergy to visit or emigrate to America. The Dr.Bray Associates were instrumental in Georgia in the education of plantation slaves. This work was written for young people on the importance and meaning of Baptism into the church (WING B-4299 & B-4288).
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Book number: V71151
GBP 165.00 [Appr.: EURO 181 US$ 200.69 | JP 21349]
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V71151.jpg BRAY,THOMAS D.D. (1658-1730), A SHORT DISCOURSE Upon the Doctrine of our Baptismal Covenant; being an Exposition Upon the Preliminary Questions and Answers of our Church-Catechism .. [bound with] AN APPENDIX TO THE DISCOURSE Upon the Doctrine of our Baptismal Covenant: being a Method of Family-Religion. 

 BRAYLEY, EDWARD WEDLAKE (1773-1854) TOPOGRAPHER, LONDINIANA or, Reminiscences of the British Metropolis including Characteristic Sketches, antiquarian, topographical, descriptive and literary. In Four Volumes.
BRAYLEY, EDWARD WEDLAKE (1773-1854) TOPOGRAPHER
LONDINIANA or, Reminiscences of the British Metropolis including Characteristic Sketches, antiquarian, topographical, descriptive and literary. In Four Volumes.
London, Hurst, Chance, and Co. 1829 Copperplate engravings, many folding (103 as called for) in correct order but placed together near front of each volume: Vol.1 (25), Vol.2 (30), Vol.3 (23), Vol.4 (25). . Four Volumes octavo later green pebbled cloth with original paper spine labels (labels worn, hinges split but repaired) xxiv +304pp +312pp, xx +344pp, xx +354pp + [2]pp publisher's list. Bookplates C.B. & S.G. Marshall to each volume. Collated complete, endpapers foxed, otherwise clean and crisp throughout.
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Book number: V74502
GBP 132.00 [Appr.: EURO 145 US$ 160.55 | JP 17079]
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Keywords: London history topography illustrated
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V74502.jpg BRAYLEY, EDWARD WEDLAKE (1773-1854) TOPOGRAPHER, LONDINIANA or, Reminiscences of the British Metropolis including Characteristic Sketches, antiquarian, topographical, descriptive and literary. In Four Volumes. 

 
BREE (THE ELDER)
CADEAU DES MUSES or Almanach Universel, Etrennes utiles et Agreables Annee commune 1846
Falaise/Paris, Levavasseur / Marcilly 1845) Multifolding maps (2) + frontis. plate + a few text illustrations . 99x62mm blue paper covers with eclipse information to inside of front cover & index to inside of back cover (small loss to one corner some other corner curl else rubbed) (120pp) of tables, court appointments, military officers, list of fairs to be held around France in the year 1845 etc. Also section of poetry by various authors. The first folding plate has 4 astronomical illustrations & a more than 3 fold map of the world with geographical town information on back. 2nd Map is of France and its Neighbors joined to a map of Europe. This latter is torn to one of its folds and the detached piece laid in. This also has geographical information on the back.
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Book number: V66530
GBP 42.00 [Appr.: EURO 46.25 US$ 51.08 | JP 5434]
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Keywords: almanac France

 BREWER, THO[MAS] (FLOURISHED CIRCA 1605-1631), THE LIFE AND DEATH OF THE MERRY DEVILL OF EDMONTON. With the pleasant pranks of Smug the Smith, Sir John, and Mine host of the George, about the stealing of venison. By T.B. printed in black letter by T.P for Francis Faulkner .. in Southwark, 1631.
BREWER, THO[MAS] (FLOURISHED CIRCA 1605-1631)
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF THE MERRY DEVILL OF EDMONTON. With the pleasant pranks of Smug the Smith, Sir John, and Mine host of the George, about the stealing of venison. By T.B. printed in black letter by T.P for Francis Faulkner .. in Southwark, 1631.
London, Reprinted for W.R. [William Robinson] by J. Nichols and Son 1819 Larger than half page woodcut to titlepage + country contentments scene to first page + a head- and tail-piece. . Octavo later neat grey boards with spine title (tips sl.worn) iv +52pp. MS note from Gentleman's Magazine June 1820 p44 and August 1848 p211 attributing the republishing of this original 1631 humourous tale of a Tyll Owlglasse like hero to the London historian William Robinson. Light edge dusting but neat wide-margined copy, no tears, no marking.
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Book number: V73995
GBP 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 55 US$ 60.81 | JP 6469]
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Keywords: humorous sketches
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V73995.jpg BREWER, THO[MAS] (FLOURISHED CIRCA 1605-1631), THE LIFE AND DEATH OF THE MERRY DEVILL OF EDMONTON. With the pleasant pranks of Smug the Smith, Sir John, and Mine host of the George, about the stealing of venison. By T.B. printed in black letter by T.P for Francis Faulkner .. in Southwark, 1631. 

 BRIGHTE, JOHN [PSEUDONYM OF J. DUNCAN], THE BOOK TO KEEP THE SPIRITS UP in dull and gloomy hours; manifestations of fun, mirth, humour, drollery, repartee, wit, with funny anecdotes, laughable incidents, poetry, &c.
BRIGHTE, JOHN [PSEUDONYM OF J. DUNCAN]
THE BOOK TO KEEP THE SPIRITS UP in dull and gloomy hours; manifestations of fun, mirth, humour, drollery, repartee, wit, with funny anecdotes, laughable incidents, poetry, &c.
Wakefield, William Nicholson and Sons n.d. but 1850 according to British Library Coloured frontispiece with several humorous vignettes. . Octavo, green cloth stamped in gilt with black decorative borders and spine text (tips bumped) vi + 238pp + [2]pp publishers catalogue more of which is printed on front and rear endpapers. *This Wakefield edition is probably the first and is very rare next came the more common 1865 Halifax edition.
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Book number: V74731
GBP 88.00 [Appr.: EURO 96.75 US$ 107.03 | JP 11386]
Catalogue: Antiquarian
Keywords: Victorian humour
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V74731.jpg BRIGHTE, JOHN [PSEUDONYM OF J. DUNCAN], THE BOOK TO KEEP THE SPIRITS UP in dull and gloomy hours; manifestations of fun, mirth, humour, drollery, repartee, wit, with funny anecdotes, laughable incidents, poetry, &c. 

 BRITAINE, W. DE (NAME NOT ON TITLEPAGE BUT SIGNS DEDICATION), HUMAN PRUDENCE: or, the Art By which a Man may Raise Himself and His Fortune to Grandeur. Corrected and very much Englarged.
BRITAINE, W. DE (NAME NOT ON TITLEPAGE BUT SIGNS DEDICATION)
HUMAN PRUDENCE: or, the Art By which a Man may Raise Himself and His Fortune to Grandeur. Corrected and very much Englarged.
London, Richard Sare 11th edition. 1717 . Duodecimo tan roan gilt ruled to covers (rebacked/tips worn). Titlepage (with ownership Lucy Glegg) in double ruled border +[4]pp Dedication +[2]pp Contents +254pp lacking last blank, last numbered page has Finis and nice tailpiece. Last 4 leaves with small corner loss not affecting any text. Pale foxing/browning mainly to edges throughout but a neat book of examples of coutesy, moral rectitude and courage.
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Book number: V74419
GBP 72.00 [Appr.: EURO 79 US$ 87.57 | JP 9316]
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Keywords: courtesy book morals behaviour
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V74419.jpg BRITAINE, W. DE (NAME NOT ON TITLEPAGE BUT SIGNS DEDICATION), HUMAN PRUDENCE: or, the Art By which a Man may Raise Himself and His Fortune to Grandeur. Corrected and very much Englarged. 

 BROOKE, RICHARD, VISITS TO FIELDS OF BATTLE in England of the fifteenth Century; to which are added, some Miscellaneous tracts and papers upon Archaeological Subjects.
BROOKE, RICHARD
VISITS TO FIELDS OF BATTLE in England of the fifteenth Century; to which are added, some Miscellaneous tracts and papers upon Archaeological Subjects.
London, John Russell Smith & Liverpool J. Mawdsley and Son 1857 Frontispiece + 3 full page Battle Field Plans + early eighteenth century plan of Shrowesbury (sic) tipped to endpaper. . Octavo blindstamped rose cloth spine gilt titled (head of spine bit damaged 1cm vent to hinge & chipped to foot of spine corners bumped) x +342pp (half title & title counted within pagination, title printed red & black) tissue guards browned. Additions & corrections slip tipped in. Gift inscription to fly leaf. First and last two leaves slightly foxed else clean and crisp. Includes battles of Shrewsbury, Northampton, Tewkesbury, Bosworth, Stoke, Evesham also chapters on Firearms in 15th Century, Family pedigrees, and extracts from Acts of Attainder 1461, 1675 & 1685 and article on keeper of Royal Menagerie. Also wolves' extinction etc.
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Book number: V74381
GBP 38.00 [Appr.: EURO 41.75 US$ 46.22 | JP 4917]
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Keywords: battles military 15th century history Shrewsbury
https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V74381.jpg BROOKE, RICHARD, VISITS TO FIELDS OF BATTLE in England of the fifteenth Century; to which are added, some Miscellaneous tracts and papers upon Archaeological Subjects. 

 
BROWN,RICHARD
DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE, Containing a History of the Science, and the Principles of Designing Public Edifices, Private Dwelling-Houses, Country Mansions and Suburban Villas, with Practical Dissertations on Every Branch of Building .. 63 plates
London, George Virtue 1850 approx) Frontis. + 62 plates shewing a view of the house, often also a cross section in doll house style, a ground plan & details + text illustrations of the style of furniture recommended for each type of house. . Quarto half calf spine gilt and with contrasting title-label (rebacked with most of spine relaid, corners worn) xii+342pp titlepage continues "from the Choice of the Site, to the Completion of the Appendages. Also, Some Observations on Rural Residences, Their Characteristic Situation and Scenery; with instructions on the Art of Laying Out and Ornamenting Grounds; Exemplified in Sixty-Three Plates, containing Diagrams and Exemplars of the various Styles of Domestic Architecture, with a Description, and Wood-Cuts of the Appropriate Furniture, Garden, and Landscape Scenery of Each." Styles include Egyptian, Roman, Tudor, Stuart, French chateau, Florentine Villa, Swiss cottage, Oriental pavillions, Tudor Gate Houses, etc.also stables, entrance lodges, dog kennels Ice houses etc. Occasional, mainly marginal foxing except for portrait frontis more heavily foxed. Tissue guards in place and all plates in neat condition.
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Book number: V68463
GBP 350.00 [Appr.: EURO 384 US$ 425.7 | JP 45285]
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Keywords: architecture houses garden design furniture

 
BROWNING, ROBERT
THE PIED PIPER OF HAMELIN
London, Quilter first edition 1898 Decorations by Harry Quilter. . Printed on vellum throughout 129x105mm gilt overal stylized design (tips worn & lacking spine) [50]pp each page is stubbed onto cloth hinge. The text is ornamented by Mary Quilter. The detail in the art nouveau designes is incredible and printing on vellum is difficult so probably few copies printed. There are hidden dragons, peacocks, mice, frogs, bats, dancers among the interlaced flowers, grapes etc.
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Book number: V61331
GBP 220.00 [Appr.: EURO 241.5 US$ 267.58 | JP 28465]
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Keywords: vellum printing poetry

 BROWNING,ELIZABETH BARRETT, SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE with a note.
BROWNING,ELIZABETH BARRETT
SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE with a note.
London, T. Fisher Unwin undated 1906) but no date given Frontis portrait + plate of Italian cemetery designed by Lord Leighton for E.B.Browning in Florence. . MINIATURE 2.5 x 2inches (64x50mm) cream boards (lacks ties/some fading of the print to covers & spine/5x2mm bite out of fore-edge/tips & spine worn/bumped) Titlepage printed in red and black +104pp many pages in red and black. Miniature noted by Bondy (p122) as "attractive editions". (See also the deluxe leather copy with the Rosen Venice imprint not noted by Bondy, our catalogue V68854).
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Book number: V68855
GBP 16.00 [Appr.: EURO 17.75 US$ 19.46 | JP 2070]
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V68855.jpg BROWNING,ELIZABETH BARRETT, SONNETS FROM THE PORTUGUESE with a note. 

 
BUCKLER,J(OHN) C(HESSELL)
School at Eton College + Grammar School at Harrow Middlesex from "SIXTY VIEWS OF ENDOWED GRAMMAR SCHOOLS".
London, Hurst & Co. 1827 Two original engravings by Buckler. . Quarto 2 separate Plates. Price quoted is for each engraving plus postage.
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Keywords: topography England Architecture schools

 BULWER, JOHN (ONLY J.B. ON TITLEPAGE BUT BULWER SIGNS THE DEDICATION), CHIROLOGIA: OR THE NATURALL LANGUAGE OF THE HAND. Composed of the Speaking Motions, and Discoursing Gestures thereof. Whereunto is added CHIRONOMIA: Or, the Art of Manuall Rhetoricke. Consisting of the Naturall Expressions, digested by Art in the Hand, as the chiefest Instrument of Eloquence, by Historicall Manifesto's, Exemplified Out of the Authentique Registers of Common Life, and Civill Conversation. With Types, or Chyrograms: A long-wish'd for illustration of this Argument. By J.B. Gent. Philochirosophus.
BULWER, JOHN (ONLY J.B. ON TITLEPAGE BUT BULWER SIGNS THE DEDICATION)
CHIROLOGIA: OR THE NATURALL LANGUAGE OF THE HAND. Composed of the Speaking Motions, and Discoursing Gestures thereof. Whereunto is added CHIRONOMIA: Or, the Art of Manuall Rhetoricke. Consisting of the Naturall Expressions, digested by Art in the Hand, as the chiefest Instrument of Eloquence, by Historicall Manifesto's, Exemplified Out of the Authentique Registers of Common Life, and Civill Conversation. With Types, or Chyrograms: A long-wish'd for illustration of this Argument. By J.B. Gent. Philochirosophus.
London, Tho. Harper sold by R. Whitaker 1644 Copperplates (3 folding plates + 3 fullpage plates) lacking the 2 engraved titles (provided in facsimile on matched paper) and with several nice headpieces, initials and printer's ornaments. . Two parts in one volume small octavo handsome half speckled leather on 5 raised bands with red gilt titled spine label and marbled boards. Titlepage +[24]pp prelims +287pp +[5]pp index +plate +errata +blanks; Titlepage to Chironomia + [14]pp prelims +146pp +[2]pp errata & blank. First titlepage cropped at foot affecting the date which has been written in above; 2nd titlepage better centered and complete with all publisher's details and date 1644. Ownership E.W. Sergeant to blank area of first title, the folding plates are remargined to outer edge, paper slightly browned & some pages faintly dampmarked, but supple and strong without any tears or writing. Printed side notes and pointing hands are all complete with a margin. Both first editions published by Harper but sold by different booksellers thus there is probably no precedence. *The author was a medical doctor and writer. This is the first book specifically dealing with sign language and with gesture illustrations. Bulwer was intereted in schooling for the deaf and suggests that manual alphabets could be "ordered to serve for privy ciphers for any secret intimation" (Chironomia, p149). Chirologia shows examples of manual gestures, their meanings and their uses drawing on a wide range of sources from literature, religion and Medicine. Chironomia, which the author considered as a separate work, was the result (Wing B5462A & B5467 ESTC r14061, Garrison & Morton 3346-7).
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https://www.abbeybook.com/images/V73289.jpg BULWER, JOHN (ONLY J.B. ON TITLEPAGE BUT BULWER SIGNS THE DEDICATION), CHIROLOGIA: OR THE NATURALL LANGUAGE OF THE HAND. Composed of the Speaking Motions, and Discoursing Gestures thereof. Whereunto is added CHIRONOMIA: Or, the Art of Manuall Rhetoricke. Consisting of the Naturall Expressions, digested by Art in the Hand, as the chiefest Instrument of Eloquence, by Historicall Manifesto's, Exemplified Out of the Authentique Registers of Common Life, and Civill Conversation. With Types, or Chyrograms: A long-wish'd for illustration of this Argument. By J.B. Gent. Philochirosophus. 

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