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 Foerster, F.W. [Friedrich Wilhelm ], [Als] Brief Note from a German Philosopher & Antifascist Who Fled Germany Before the Rise of the Nazis
Foerster, F.W. [Friedrich Wilhelm ]
[Als] Brief Note from a German Philosopher & Antifascist Who Fled Germany Before the Rise of the Nazis
[Biarritz], 1926. [1 pp.]. 8 x 5 inches. German academic & philosopher, Friedrich Wilhelm Foerster (1869-1966) spent his early career as a lecturer at a variety of institutions, including the University of Zurich, the University of Vienna, and the University of Munich. However at the onset of World War I, Foerster's open opposition to Germany's ruling class and German militariam had resulted in threats on his life and he resigned his teaching post in Germany in 1922 and fled Germany, settling in France. His books were burned in Germn in 1933 and he fled France around 1940, when the Nazis and Gestapo pursued him during their occupation there. He spent the following two decades in New York City, before returning to Switzerland in 1963. Written in English, and dated 28th July, 1926 from Biarritz, Foerster, while "on journey" through France, writes to a friend in Zurich. In full: "I have a very pleasant memory of our talk at the Zurichberg and I am indeed very sorry I cannot see you this time as I am travelling in France. But I am hoping to meet you another time. There are plenty of questions to discuss between us. Near fine, folded.
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Book number: 45975
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Keywords: Autographs & Manuscripts, , Religion & Philosophy, Autographs & Manuscripts, German autographs antifascists philosophers, Manuscript

 Maria I., Eu a Rainha. Faço Faber Aos Que Este Alvará de Declaraçaõ Com força de Ley Virem: Que Tendo Resoluto Na Carta de Ley de Dezenove de Junho Deste Anno, Cuja Execuçaõ Deferi Pelo Decreto de Vinte de Julho Para O Mez de Novembro, Ou Para O Dia Que Eu Fosse Servida Ensinuar: . .
Maria I.
Eu a Rainha. Faço Faber Aos Que Este Alvará de Declaraçaõ Com força de Ley Virem: Que Tendo Resoluto Na Carta de Ley de Dezenove de Junho Deste Anno, Cuja Execuçaõ Deferi Pelo Decreto de Vinte de Julho Para O Mez de Novembro, Ou Para O Dia Que Eu Fosse Servida Ensinuar: . .
[Lisboa], Na officina de Antonio Rodrigues Galhardo, 1789. First edition. Removed. 4 pp. 8" x 11 1/2" Law for the secularization of the religious military orders in Portugal including the Military Order of Christ, of Avis, and of Santiago (Ordem dos Cavaleiros de Nosso Senhor Jesus Cristo, Ordem Real Militar de Avis, and Ordem de Sao Tiago) instituted by Maria I after having obtained a Papal Bull from Pope Pius VI. OCLC shows one copy, of a different printing, at the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek. Delgado da Silva: Collecção da legislação Portugueza III, pp. 564-5. A very good clean copy removed from a larger volume, with a pinhole in left margin.
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Book number: 42952
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Keywords: European History, , Religion & Philosophy, European History, Portugal Religious Orders Military, Document

 [Italian Risorgimento].[Leopardi, Monaldo], Catechismo Sulle Rivoluzioni
[Italian Risorgimento].[Leopardi, Monaldo]
Catechismo Sulle Rivoluzioni
[n.a.], [n.a.], 1832. Stitched self wrappers. 40 pp. 16mo. "Q. Does God's holy law permit rebelliousness against one's temporal Sovereign? R. Never, indeed, condemns it highly; for the sacred writing which, as you know, is the very word of God, declares that the High Official (Podesta) does not come from God, but whoever resists him, resists precisely the ordination of God, and thus proceeds to damnation." Thus begins Count Monaldo Leopardi's (1776-1847) counter-revolutionary Catechism on Revolutions, arguing that Christianity and the French Revolution are incompatible, that the rebellion is an ignominious revolt against the metaphysical and social order established by God, and that tradition is more important that abstract concepts of liberalism. Meant for use in schools, it was one of two essays published by Leopardi in 1832. Two editions were published in 1832 both rather uncommon. This edition without date and publisher (but which Sorbelli's "Opuscoli stampe alla macchia e fogli volanti riflettenti il pensiero politico italiano: [1830-1835" dates as 1832) is held by only two libraries: Univ. Conn. and Biblioteca Casanatense. Very good, lightly browned, a few lower fore edge corners folded, tiny marginal chip at leaf 16, and one closed tear on rear leaf, numeral inked on title, original stitching but perhaps removed from a later volume.
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Book number: 43810
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Keywords: European History, , Religion & Philosophy, European History, Risorgimento Italy Italian History Education Religion, Pamphlet

 [Catholic Church]. Pius VII, Letaniae de Venerabili Sacramento. Concesae a Santissimo Papa Nostro Pio VII. Ano de 1804
[Catholic Church]. Pius VII
Letaniae de Venerabili Sacramento. Concesae a Santissimo Papa Nostro Pio VII. Ano de 1804
n.p. n.p. 1804. One leaf folded. [4 pp.]. Bifolium. 8vo. Pope Pius VII (1742 - 1823) presided over the Consecration of the Emperor Napoleon I and Coronation of the Empress Josephine in the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris on 2 Dec 1804. He had signed a conditional abdication before setting out for France, to take effect only if he were imprisoned. On paper watermarked with the initial S.P No copies located in OCLC, Copac, European nor South American Libraries. A document of the same title without the date 1804 is listed in Ramón Briseño: Estadística bibliográfica de la literatura chilena, p. 44. as published in Santiago in 1833. A very good copy, minor foxing.
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Book number: 38513
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Keywords: , Religion & Philosophy, Catholic Church, Document

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