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De jure patronatus
CURTIUS PAPIENSIS, Rochus.- Accõmodatissimus et conducens | admodum tractatus de Jure patronatus a prestãtissi- | mo vtriusq[ue] ce[n]sure doctore dño Rocho de curte papie[n]- | si Jurium canonicon in ticine[n]si achademia p[ro]fessore or- | dinario Editus: cum vespertine iuris canonici lecture | prefectus esset. | ¢Ad lectorem. | [...] | Venundatur parrhisii in vico diui Jacobi | sub intersignio sancti Claudii, [1514].- LXXXVIII, [8] f.; 18 cm.- E. Rochus Curtius or Rocco Corti (fl. 1470-1515), Jurist, Glosser and canonist, natural of Florence, reader of Laws at the University of Pavia. Its treatise "De jure patronatus", brings together a set of observations and reflections on the canonical laws relating to the patronage (or patronage) exercised by members of the Catholic Church, including privileges, commendations, forums and other mordomies; The comments of Rochus Curtius, initially published in 1506, were considered the main text on this relevant and delicate topic, so they were republished several times in the 16th and 17th centuries. The edition, entirely two columns composed in Gothic characters, presents in the title page the elaborate mark of the editor and "Honestissimus uirus" François Regnault. On the verso of folio LXXXVII (ass. L8), a colophon tells us the precise date of the printing finishing: "Anno a natiuitate dñi [domini] millesimo qui[n]gentesimo. xiiij. me[n]sis vero Junij. decimaqui[n]ta. Laus deo". A somewhat trimmed copy, with three handwritten ownerships on the cover page, of former Portuguese owners (two scratched); Occasional handwritten marginal notes of the time, sometimes damaged by the trimming. Simple, 19th century binding with leather spine and corners.

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Collecçaõ das leys, decretos, e alvarás (Lisboa, 1749-1814)
[PORTUGAL: leis, decretos, alvarás, etc.].- Collecçaõ das leys, decretos, e alvarás, que comprehende o feliz reinado dElRey fidelissimo D. Joze o I. Nosso Senhor, desde o anno de 1750 até o de 1760, e a pragmatica do Senhor Rey D. João o V. do anno de 1749. Tomo I [a tomo IX (1814)].- Lisboa: Na Officina de Antonio Rodrigues Galhardo [e outros], 1776-1814.- 9 vols.; 28 cm.- E., Collection of laws published separately, gathering more than 1,500 legal diplomas in nine volumes (the first three with title pages and indexes), covering the period from May 24, 1749 to August 9, 1814. The set includes not only the period immediately after the earthquake of November 1, 1755, but also the first seven years of the Court's stay in Rio de Janeiro, although all the diplomas were apparently printed in Lisbon. The nine volumes, slightly trimmed, are exceptionally clean and maintain good margins. Volume I with a manuscript, from the time, on the title page (Serpa?); volume IX has 28 leaves with the lower outside corners cut, without ever affecting the text; very few traces of worm work, confined to the endpapers of three volumes and no more than six leaves (in more than 6,000) of so many other diplomas contiguous to the endpapers (negligible and marginal traces). Identical entire sheepskin bindings of the time (first quarter of the 19th century), preserving the original endpapers, with traces of worm work on the spines and some weak joints.

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Histoire Naturelle des Coralines, de John Ellis, 1756
ELLIS, John.- Essai sur l’histoire naturelle des coralines, et d’autres productions marines du même genre, qu’on trouve communement sur les cotes de la Grande Bretagne de d’Irlande; auquel on a joint une description du grand polype de mer, pris auprès du Pole Arctique, par des pêcheurs de baleine, pendant l’Eté de 1753. / par Jean Ellis, membre de la Societé Royale. Traduit de l’anglois.- A La Haye: Chez Pierre de Hondt, M. DCC. LVI.,[1756].- XVI, 125, [3] p.: XXXIX gravuras; 27 cm.- E., First and only French translation of the work of Irish naturalist John Ellis (1710-1776), considered the most important scientific work on corals published in the eighteenth century (the original edition had been published in London the previous year). Ellis, who initially devoted himself to the linen trade, came to specialize in the study of corals, having exchanged extensive correspondence with Lineu (Carl von Linné, 1707-1778). An illustrated edition with a frontispiece engraved next to the front page and 39 numbered copperplate engravings, of which four are foldable (the prints of this copy are not coloured). Slightly disjointed and cropped specimen, with sometimes deep wormholes, next to the backbone(near the upper and lower margins) and on the lower margin which, however, do not affect the text or engraved area of the prints. It is, however, complete and clean. An entire sheepskin 19th-century binding, worn with marbled edges. Brunet, II, col. 963. Nissen, BBI, 590.

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Descriptions des arts et métiers (Neuchatel, 1771-1781)
DESCRIPTIONS des arts et métiers faites ou approuvées par Messieurs de L'Académie Royale des Sciences de Paris. Avec figures en taille-douce.- Nouvelle édition. / Pubilée avec des observations, & augmentée de tout ce qui a été écrit de mieux sur ces matières, en Allemagne, en Angleterre, en Suisse, en Italie. Par J. E. Bertrand...- A Neuchatel: dans l'Imprimerie de la Societé Typographique, M.DCC.LXXI -M.DCC.LXXXI (1771-1781).- 19 vols.: il.; 24 cm.- E., Complete and clean set of the smaller format edition of the monumental Descriptions des arts et métiers, initially published in fascicles, in folio format, from the beginning of the 18th century in Paris. This edition was published in Neuchatel between 1771 and 1781, at the initiative of the Swiss pastor, geologist and naturalist Élie Bertrand (1713-1797) and had the collaboration of the best experts in each of the thematic domains, namely, Beauvais-Raseau, Courtivon , Demachy, Dudin, Duhamel Du Monceau, Fiquet, Fougeroux d'Angerville, Fougeroux de Bondaroy, Galon, Garsault, La Lande, Le Vieil, Malouin, Milly, Morand, Paulet, Réaumur, Saint Aubin, Struve, etc. The copper plate opened engraving and etching prints, will have been reduced from the originals (of larger format), by the pantograph process. The set, slightly trimmed but clean, includes 510 engravings, with independent numbering, bound at the end of each volume, related to the various chapters of the text. Plate V of volume X trimmed at the lower margin, with damage to the image; Volume XIV with water stains (tidal) affecting mainly the first 16 prints and eight badly folded plates, with marginal imperfections. All volumes have, labeled on the back cover, a typographic label with the initials P.M.B. Contemporary leather half-bindings, slightly worn and dehydrated; some damaged turn ins (at the top and bottom); all volumes retain the original marbled endpapers; blue anilized edge. A detailed list with the bibliographic description of each of the volumes is available to interested parties.

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