Antiquariaat Goltzius: Poetry
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Aan myne huisvrouw Susanna [loosjes-]van westerkappel op onzen vijf-en-twintigjarigen trouwdag, den 26sten April 1840.
1840, 8 pages (no pagenumbers), original paper binding, poem signed: V. Loosjes. Both fathers seem to have died in 1818 en 1823, and both mothers are mentioned Corn. J. Herding, 79 years of age who celebrated in 1808 her silver wedding and Anna Menalda, 81 years of age, who celebrated her silver wedding in 1810. further: "Op de overleden zoon Adriaan (1818-1827) en dochter Geertrui C (1831-1837), op de tien kinderen nog in leven, op de brand op 20-10-1822 waarbij een aanmerkelijk gedeelte van onze Fonds-werken verbrandde in het pakuis van wijlen A. Krabbenbos Jz., toen wijnkooper alhier."
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 , Batava Tempe 't Voor-hout van 's Gravenhage. met eene omschrijving in ongebonden stijl en met ophelderende aanteekeningen door de leden van het Genootschap Constanter te Leeuwarden
Batava Tempe 't Voor-hout van 's Gravenhage. met eene omschrijving in ongebonden stijl en met ophelderende aanteekeningen door de leden van het Genootschap Constanter te Leeuwarden
Leeuwarden, G.T.N. Suringar, 1824, privately published, (4), 114 pages, contemporary paper on board binding, damage to spine, annotated version of the 1621 poem by Constantijn Huygens (1596-1687) on the city of The Hague and the Dutch society in the 17th century, annotation by members of the Frisian Constanter society (taal-, geschied- en dichtkundig genootschap Constanter founded 1819).
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Book number: 66077
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BEEKUM, VAN--- Enkele gedichten van NN, gezonden aan meester Van Beekum, ca. 1800? Manuscripten, 4°, 2 pag.
M13126
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BROEK OP LANGEDIJK, KEIJSER--- Twee gekalligrafeerde gedichten van de hand van J.R.K. Cornelisz. Keijser, d.d. Broek op Langedijk 1770. Manuscript, folio, 2 pag.
M11530
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Book number: 46605
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Comala, Dramatisch gedicht van Ossiaen. vertaald door G.D. Franquinet.
Antwerpen, J.E. Buschmann, 1849, 9pp. original paper binding, binding loose, pages loose, bookplate of K. ter Laan. Ossian is the narrator and purported author of a cycle of epic poems published by the Scottish poet James Macpherson, originally as Fingal (1761) and Temora (1763) and later combined under the title The Poems of Ossian. Macpherson claimed to have collected word-of-mouth material in Scottish Gaelic, said to be from ancient sources, and that the work was his translation of that material. Ossian is based on Oisn, son of Finn or Fionn mac Cumhaill, anglicised to Finn McCool, a legendary bard who is a character in Irish mythology. Contemporary critics were divided in their view of the work's authenticity, but the current consensus is that Macpherson largely composed the poems himself, drawing in part on traditional Gaelic poetry he had collected. The work was internationally popular, translated into all the literary languages of Europe and was highly influential both in the development of the Romantic movement and the Gaelic revival. Macpherson's fame was crowned by his burial among the literary giants in Westminster Abbey. W.P. Ker, in the Cambridge History of English Literature, observes that "all Macpherson's craft as a philological impostor would have been nothing without his literary skill."
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Daphne: tweemaandelijksch tijdschrift voor Nederlandsche poezij.
Utrecht, J.D. Doorman, 1853, 267-288pp. original paper softcover binding. With engraved illustration frontispice, Hartmann/Hesslohl, with poems by Van der Hoop, Banck, Richard, W. v.d. K and others.
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Book number: 70963
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Dichtstukken van het Haagsch Genootschap onder de spreuk Kunstliefde spaart geen vlijt. en bekroonde keurstoffen (tweede deel).
's Graavenhaage, J. Thierry en C. Mensing, 1794, 158+92 (8)pp. engraved vignette (Jonxis), special edition to be presented to the members of the society. Second part only. Poems by Van Limburg, Kaas, Van Epen, A. Pierson, Reguleth, Van Os, Van Ouwenaller, Van Overstraten, De Hartogh, Van Egmond, Harmsen, Van Oyen, Nieuwenhuyzen, Schenk, Van Ysselstein, Pluygers, Hoogstad, Van Eyk.Obituary poem for Cornelis Vlieg.
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Book number: 68500
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Dichtvruchten van den vriendenkring, onder de zinspreuk Kunst door vrindschap volmaakter. Eerste, tweede, derde en vierde inzameling
Amsteldam, Pieter Johannes Uylenbroek, 1803/1805/1806, 4 parts in two volumes, first volume: viii,109+(3)+(10)+136 pages, engraved titlepages, all with vignet by Van de Wart, second volume: (8)+142+(2)+viii,150+(2) pages, uncut, contemporary half leather bindings, marbled boards, members of this group were: Witsen Geysbeek, Lacle, De Flines, Barbaz, Van e Wart, Brender a Brandis, Meijer, Voorman, Van Akooy, Hoffmann, Uylenbroek, Franke, Tollens, Van der Loo, Roos, Spandaw. Attractive copies, clean text. Scarce.
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Book number: 65348
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 , Elegant Extracts: being a copious selection of instructive, moral, and entertaining passages, from the most eminent British poets.
Elegant Extracts: being a copious selection of instructive, moral, and entertaining passages, from the most eminent British poets.
London, John Sharpe, [no date, 1810/11?], 12 books in 6 volumes, 12 illustrated title pages (drawn by Richard Cook, engraved by Charles Heath), very beautiful contemporary full green leather binding, handsewn head bands, gilded edges, lettering in gold, gold stamps on the outside, inside and edges of the binding and blind tooled floral decorations on the front and back cover. Book I and II: devotional and moral, book III and IV: didactic (including fables), descriptive, narrative and pastoral, book V and VI: odes, elegies, monodies and epitaphs, book VII and VIII: dramatic, book IX and X: ballads, songs, and sonnets, and satirical and humorous pieces, book XI and XII: larger poems. On the inside of the front cover, the bookbinder has left his name: "Rel. par v. Rossum". This refers to Abraham van Rossum, a skilled bookbinder who worked in Amsterdam between 1812 en 1854. Complete set. Scarce.
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 [POST, ELISABETH MARIA],, Gezangen der liefde
[POST, ELISABETH MARIA],
Gezangen der liefde
Amsterdam, Johannes Allart, 1794, 8vo., half (faux) leather binding with marbled paper, gold tooling and a title plate on spine (Kinderlyke traanen en gezangen), 148 pp., the binding has worn edges, but otherwise in good condition, stipple engraving on title page (J. Buys delin., L. Portmann sculp.), illustration as endpiece (J. Buys delin., L. Portmann sculp.). Bound with: [Post, Elisabeth Maria], Mijne kinderlijke traanen, Amsterdam, Johannes Allart, 1792, 92 pp., engraving on title page (J. van 't Hoff inv. et delin., D. Vrijdag sculp.) l Convolute.
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Book number: 64708
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Hertelyke aanmoediging en ernstige vermaaning aan nederlands volk. In deeze tegenwoordige Tydsomstandigheid, tot hun nut uit een waar Vaderlands hert voortgebragt, onder de Zinspreuk: Ex Ungue Leonem.
Without place, without printer, [1781], 4to., single signature, no sewing, no cover, 8 pp., top edge slightly damaged, but otherwise in good condition, decorative endpiece with animals. Knuttel 19680. l Poem.
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 -, Ick gingh op eenen morgen al door den aerden-hout
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Ick gingh op eenen morgen al door den aerden-hout
Haarlem, Carlinapers 1981 Oblong, 12.5x24.5 cm Perfect condition, marbled paper binding 13 pages 2 etchings, signed: Poppe Damave (artist resident in Haarlem), Limited edition: number 44 (of 90)Based on a songtext from the Oudt-Haerlems Liedt-Boeck (1682)
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Book number: 63942
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 [HAEFTEN, MARGRIET VAN ESSEN-VAN],, Iets van M - -.
[HAEFTEN, MARGRIET VAN ESSEN-VAN],
Iets van M - -.
Without place or printer, 1753, small 4to., speckled paper binding, back cover loosened, loose sewing, 64 pp., worn copy, engraved vignette on title page by Reinier Vinkeles, lit.: Moser, 'Margriet van Haeften. Een gevoelig-religieuze kring op het slot Hasselaar (sic!)', in: Met en zonder lauwerkrans (Amsterdam 1997); Paasman, De Vrouwe van Schaffelaar. Margriet van Essen-van Haeften (1751-1793), een barones-dichteres (Barneveld 1981).l The only book of poetry published by Margriet van Essen-van Haeften (Utrecht 1751 - Barneveld 1793). This copy is a rare first edition. Ownership signature: M.A. Hultman, geb. Zenken.
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 [HAEFTEN, MARGRIET VAN ESSEN-VAN],, Iets van M - -.
[HAEFTEN, MARGRIET VAN ESSEN-VAN],
Iets van M - -.
Without place or printer, 1753, small 4to., half leather binding with title plate and gold tooling on spine and speckled paper on the front and back cover, red speckled edges, 64+160 pp., good condition, engraved vignette on title page by Reinier Vinkeles. Bound with: "Een handvol menschenvreugde" by the same author, Amsterdam, Johannes Allart, 1781, engraved vignette on title page by Reinier Vinkeles, engraved head and endpiece. Lit.: Moser, 'Margriet van Haeften. Een gevoelig-religieuze kring op het slot Hasselaar (sic!)', in: Met en zonder lauwerkrans (Amsterdam 1997); Paasman, De Vrouwe van Schaffelaar. Margriet van Essen-van Haeften (1751-1793), een barones-dichteres (Barneveld 1981).l Convolute: Rare first edition of the only book of poetry published by Margriet van Essen-van Haeften (Utrecht 1751 - Barneveld 1793) bound with "Een handvol menschenvreugde", prose by the same author.
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Book number: 64801
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 , Een nieuw democritisch lied voor de vijanden der Duisternis, op het vierde eeuw feest der boekdrukkunst.
Een nieuw democritisch lied voor de vijanden der Duisternis, op het vierde eeuw feest der boekdrukkunst.
Without place, printer or date, [1824], one signature of three folded leaves, unsewn without cover, [12] pp., ruffled edges, some folded corners and some foxing but overall in good condition, a collection of 12 songs to celebrate the fourth centennial of the invention of printing with moveable type. According to the Haarlem Democriet Society (Genootschap Democriet) this invention originated in Haarlem with Lourens Janszoon Koster (ca. 1370-1440). Koster is referred to al lot in these songs, as is Haarlem. Each song is introduced by an emblem-like illustration: e.g. a winged capital A, the Haarlem city crest, a burning candle, the Dutch lion, Oeroboros (snake) and a printing press. Lit: Sliggers, Bert (ed.), "De verborgen wereld van Democriet. Een kolderiek en dichtlievend genootschap te Haarlem 1789-1869" (1995).
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Book number: 67628
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