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La vie et la conduite spirituelle de Mademoiselle M. Vigneron. Suivant les mémoires qu'elle en a...

La vie et la conduite spirituelle de Mademoiselle M. Vigneron. Suivant les mémoires qu'elle en a laissez par l'ordre de son directeur (M. Bourdin). [Arranged and edited by him.].

by Madeleine Vigneron (1628-1667)

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Paris: Chez Pierre de Launay, 1689. . 7 x 4 3/4 inches. Octavo ã8 e8 A-2R8 (2R8 blank). This copy is bound in contemporary brown calf, five raised bands on spine, gilt floral tools in the compartments, second compartment titled in gilt; corners and spine extremities worn; three old joint repairs; on the front binder's blank is an early ownership four-line inscription in French dated 1704, of A very rare book: the combined resources of NUC and OCLC locate only one copy in America, at the University of Dayton which also holds the only American copy of the 1679 edition.§ Cioranescu 66466 (the 1679 edition).checklist of early modern writings by nunsCarr, Thomas M., "A Checklist of Published Writings in French by Early Modern Nuns" (2007). French Language and Literature Papers. 52.
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Letters from Orinda to Poliarchus

by Katherine Philips

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London: printed by W.B. for Bernard Lintott, 1705 , 1631-1664. 6 3/4 X 3 3/4 inches. Octavo A-R8 This copy is bound in original full calf stored in a custom morroco case.
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Logica magistri Pauli Pergulensis.
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Logica magistri Pauli Pergulensis.

by Paulus Pergulensis ca -1451.

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Quarto. 10 x 8 ½ inches. a-e8, f44 of 44 leaves (complete)
Paulus Pergulensis (d. 1451) was a pupil of Paul of Venice, author of the Logica magna and parva. Introducing the theory of reference, sometimes called supposition, is an explanation of the ways in which words refer to objects in function of certain linguisitc signs. Paul of Venice maintains a threefold division: Material Reference, Simple Reference, and Personal Reference.
He translated some works of Aristotle from Greek to Latin and was considered "on a par with the renowned Greek and Latin philosophers" (Brown, pp. vi-vii). Depending on the Logica Parva of Paul of Venice, De sensu composito et diviso should be regarded as a "mosaic of the treasury of logic known at the time" (Brown, p. viii).
Lohr, C.H. "A Note on Manuscripts of Paulus Venetus, Logica," Manuscripta, 17(1973), pp. 35-36; reprinted in Bulletin de philosophie medievale, 15 (1973), pp. 145-146.
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Lucensium Oratio Luculentissima Pont. Maximo Alexandro Sexto per Nicolaum Tygrinu[m] Lucensem...

Lucensium Oratio Luculentissima Pont. Maximo Alexandro Sexto per Nicolaum Tygrinu[m] Lucensem Vtriusq]ue] Iuris.

by Nicolaus Tygrinus or Tegrinus or Tegrini

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[Rome], [Andreas Freitag],15 October 1492, (1448-1527). Quarto A4 L Ex-libris Walter Goldwater. This Oration is the typical Oratio - in the style of the times, both florid and unctous - which extolled the virtues of the Pope, traits which subsequent events failed to confirm! (Bühler) C. F. Bühler, The Earliest Editions of the Oratio (1492) by Nicolaus Tygrinus (in: Gutenberg JB 1975, S. 97-99Goff T563; HC 15751*; GfT 1842; Pell Ms 10972; CIBN T-51; Nice 209; IGI 9670; IBE 5542; SI 3893; Madsen 4034; Coll(S) 1419; Sallander 2484; Voull(B) 3540; Martín Abad T-44; Sack(Freiburg) 3350; Oates 1583; Bod-inc T-295; Sheppard 3153; Pr 3968; BMC IV 137; BSB-Ink T-350; GW M45292 In fact printed after Goff T564 and T565 (cf. C.F. Bühler in Gb Jb 1975, pp.97-9). BMC records variants
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Lucretius: THE LAST BOOK PUBLISHED BY ALDUS

by De rerum natura of Titus Lucretius Carus

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Octavo. *8a-q8 (*8, q78 blank except for device on q8) This is the second Aldine edition, the first edited by Andrea Navagero (1483–1529), the editor of all the last Latin editions published by Aldus from the Cicero of 1514 onwards, and considered superior to the edition of 1500. The type is by Francesco Griffo (1450-1518), renowned Venetian punchcutter who designed the famed type faces for Aldo Manuzio including the first italic letter. Bound in an18th century stiff vellum with label and gilt-lettered title at spine, yellow edges. This books was published one month before Aldus's death, on February 1515 and contains his last preface, addressed to Alberto Pio, prince of Carpi. The title-page was restored and remounted; honest copy with short margins.
This book is a classical enchiridion, in the octavo format with text in Italic types, with no accompanying commentary or printed decoration.
De rerum natura of Titus Lucretius Carus, the first century B.C. Roman natural philosopher, expounds, in the… Read more
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