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Theatre geographique du royaume de France contenant: LECLERC, Jean (1560-1621).

LECLERC, Jean (1560-1621).

Published by Paris: Jean LeClerc, 1626. (1626)

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About this Item: Paris: Jean LeClerc, 1626., 1626. LECLERC, Jean (1560-1621). Theatre geographique du royaume de France contenant les cartes & descriptions particulieres des provinces d'iceluy. Paris: Jean LeClerc, 1626. Folio (16 6/8 x 11 inches). Fine double-page engraved world map after Mercator - Hondius: "Orbis Terrae Novissima Descriptio", 1602, a general map of France and and 47 regional maps on 45 double-page map-sheets (some marginal pale waterstaining, occasionally affecting the image). Contemporary calf, each panel with a border of double fillets, and with the supra libros of Don Gaspard Guzman, El Conde de Olivares on the front cover, all edges gilt (rebacked, portions of old spine laid down, rubbed, supra libros a bit worn). Provenance: with the supra libros of Don Gaspard Guzman, El Conde de Olivares (1587-1645), prime minister (1623–1643) and court favourite (valido) of King Philip IV of Spain, and with manuscript annotations to the verso of each map, probably in his hand; Ex-Libris Jean R. Perrette, his sale, Christie's New York, 5th April 2016, lot 40 Fifth edition, of this beautiful and comprehensive atlas of France, with an astonishingly apt association, being from the library of Don Gaspard Guzman, El Conde de Olivares, prime minister (1623–1643) and court favourite (valido) of King Philip IV of Spain. Leclerc's atlas was issued at a time when the protection of the Spanish overseas empire had become the central consideration in Spanish relations with the Dutch rebels. A continued slump in silver shipments from America heralded a rapid, long-term decline. Enter Don Gaspard Guzman, a powerful figure who had a major impact on Spanish politics and culture during the reign of Philip IV. He was both a military general and the patron who brought Velázquez to the young king’s court. From 1623 until January 24, 1643, Olivares served as prime minister of Spain. He was unswervingly loyal to the king and was vehemently patriotic. He was also avid for power—both for himself and for Spain. The main objective of his domestic policy was to engender national unity among the separate kingdoms of the peninsula, kingdoms that he described as "anachronistic as crossbows." Olivares' Union of Arms, a scheme for the creation of a reserve army of 140,000 men that was to be paid for by the dominions of the Spanish empire in proportion to their estimated resources, directly caused the revolts of Catalonia and Portugal. Catalonia refused to join, refused to pay the new taxes, and refused to fight for Spain: "In 1639 Olivares opened a campaign against southern France from Catalonia. It had no rational strategic objective except to pitchfork Catalonia into the war. If the Catalans had to defend their country, Olivares argued, they would have to support the army" (Encyclopedia Britannica). Eventually the continued Spanish involvement in the Thirty Years’ War ended with the eclipse of Spanish power by France. Yet in the period of the Counter-Reformation it is difficult to conceive of Spain following a different course; in this sense it was almost inevitable, and Olivares can hardly be judged in terms of its ultimate failure. Maurice Bouguereau issued the first national atlas of regional maps in 1594. Le Clerc acquired the plates and re-printed the maps between 1619 and 1620 with 23 additional maps and the his widow published this edition in 1626 with a total of 49 maps. Jean Leclerc was the fourth generation of publishers. He arrived with his family in Tours as a refugee from Wars of Religion he began as an apprentice to Bouguereau. Bouguereau. Pastoureau: Leclerc E 1626; Tooley, p. 40. Seller Inventory # 72lib1469

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MILFORT (Jean-Antoine Leclerc de)

Published by Paris, Imprimerie de Giguet et Michaud, an XI - 1802, (1802)

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About this Item: Paris, Imprimerie de Giguet et Michaud, an XI - 1802, 1802. in-8, [2] ff. n. ch., 332 pp., broché sous couverture d'attente de papier bleu.Qqs rousseurs. Edition originale de cet ouvrage aussi rare que curieux : Jean-Antoine Leclerc dit de Milfort (1752-1821), engagé volontaire à douze ans comme enfant de troupe, émigra en 1775 en Amérique du Nord, sans doute pour échapper aux conséquences d'un duel. Là, il réussit à s'introduire en 1776 au sein de la nation indienne des Creeks (Alabama actuel), apprenant leur langue, adoptant leurs coutumes, et intégré parmi leurs guerriers. C'est à ce titre qu'il intervint dans la Guerre d'indépendance, louvoyant entre Anglais, colons et Espagnols. Revenu en France sous le Directoire, qui le promut général de brigade en 1796, il essaya vainement de faire valoir ses vues sur la constitution d'un domaine colonial français en Louisiane tant sous le Directoire que sous le Consulat : l'ouvrage publié en 1802 avait pour but de convaincre Bonaparte des possibilités offertes par ces vastes territoires et les populations amérindiennes ralliables à la cause française. La vente de la Louisiane en 1803 mit un terme à ses espoirs. Sabin 48 949. Seller Inventory # 205679

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Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon]; [Jean Léopold Nicolas Frédéric Cuvier] and M. Flourens (annotations by)

Published by Garnier Freres, Paris (1855)

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About this Item: Garnier Freres, Paris, 1855. Half Leather - Hardbound. Condition: Good+. No Jacket. 16 volumes, complete with the scarce Cuvier supplement. Collated, with 199 of the 200 listed plates present. Plate number 128 (le heron commun.) in Vol. VIII is lacking. Plate number 12 (Le taureau.) in Vol. II is defective, showing a one inch circular spot where the color is worn from the lower of two images. There are a couple plates with very light foxing not affecting images, though overall the plates remains very bright and clean. Quarter leather binding, with raised spine bands and gilt stamped lettering and decoration. Marbled paper over boards. General light rubbing on edges of leather. Rubbing and mostly light wear on edges of paper over boards. A few tender hinges, and binding of last volume has been re-glued to text block. First grouping of leaves in this same volume are loosen, though intact and inplace. All text blocks remains tight, and contents are very clean with only a few penciled book sellers markings, and no other book plates, marks, etc. Size: 4to. Seller Inventory # 033170

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BUFFON (Georges LECLERC, comte de) et DAUBENTON (Jean Marie Louis).

Published by A Amsterdam, chez J.H. Schneider, 1766-1771 (1771)

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About this Item: A Amsterdam, chez J.H. Schneider, 1766-1771, 1771. Complet de ses 15 premiers tomes reliés en 14 volumes en in-4, plein cartonnage de l'époque avec pièce de titre, complet de ses innombrables gravures en noir, texte sur deux colonnes. Outre qq. feuillets volants et les habituelles rousseurs, exemplaires en très bel état. Seller Inventory # 96818

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LA REVELLIERE-LEPEAUX (Louis-Marie de);LECLERC (Jean-Baptiste);

Published by Jansen, Paris (1798)

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About this Item: Jansen, Paris, 1798. 12 pièces reliées en 1 vol. in-8, basane havane, dos lisse orné d'une treille dorée, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, frise dorée d'encadrement sur les plats (reliure de l'époque). Légères épidermures sur le premier plat mais bel exemplaire. Recueil établi par le libraire Jansen qui réunit des opuscules de Louis-Marie La Révellière-Lépeaux et Jean-Baptiste Leclerc publiés sous le Directoire, précédés d'un titre général et d'une table imprimés. Epigraphe : Mêmes principes, mêmes vues, mêmes sentimens les unirent dès la première jeunesse par des liens d'amitié que la mort seule pourra briser. Pluviose an VI. Tous deux représentants du Tiers état d'Angers aux Etats Généraux, Louis-Marie de La Révellière-Lépeaux (1753-1824) fut sous le Directoire, un des cinq premiers directeurs où il s'occupa surtout des questions culturelles et religieuses tandis que Jean-Baptiste Leclerc (1756-1826) siègeait au Conseil des Anciens où il présenta de nombreux rapports sur les institutions civiles, l'instruction publique, ou la création du Conservatoire de Musique. Pour répondre aux processions religieuses qui se multiplient dans les Mauges en Anjou, ils forment ensemble une commission patriotique qui sous le titre de Club ambulant des Mauges, serait chargée de faire une tournée et de bruyantes démonstrations civiques dans ce pays. Ils développèrent conjointement la théophilanthropie, culte fondamental et politique, basé sur les principes de la religion naturelle. De Révellière-Lépeaux, on a : 1° Réflexions sur le Culte, sur les Cérémonies civiles et sur les Fêtes nationales, lues à l'Institut le 12 floréal an V (1er mai 1797), dans la section des sciences morales et politiques. Paris, Jausen, 1797. In-8 de (2)-42-(1) pp. 2° Essai sur les Moyens de faire participer l'Universalité des Spectateurs à tout ce qui se pratique dans les Fêtes nationales. Lu à la classe des Sciences morales et politiques de l'Institut National de France, dans la séance du 22 vendémiaire an 6me. (13 octobre 1797). Paris, Jausen, 1797. In-8 de 26-(2) pp. 3° Discours prononcé à la Fête de la République. Suivi de : 4° Discours prononcé à la Cérémonie funèbre exécutée en mémoire du général Hoche, au Champ-de-Mars, le 10 vendémiaire an 6. De l'imprimerie de Lemaire, (Paris, 1797). In-8 de 16 pp. 5° Du Panthéon et d'un Théâtre national. Paris, Jausen, 1797. In-8 de 15-(1) pp. De Leclerc : 1. De la poésie, considérée dans ses rapports avec l'éducation nationale. Paris, Jansen, 1798. In-8 de 19-(1) pp. 2. Discours sur l'instruction publique. Paris, Jansen, 1798. In-8 de 23-(1) pp. 3. Essai sur la propagation de la musique en France, sa conservation, et ses rapports avec le gouvernement. Paris, Jansen, 1798. In-8 de 72 pp. 4. Discours sur l'existence et l'utilité d'une religion civile en France, prononcé à la Tribune du Conseil des Cinq-cents, dans la séance du 9 Fructidor an 5. Paris, Jansen, 1797. In-8 de 31-(1) pp. 5. Rapport sur les institutions relatives à l'état civil des citoyens. Séance du 16 Brumaire an 6. Paris, imprimerie nationale, 1797. In-8 de 59 pp. 6. Règlement proposé à la suite du rapport sur les institutions civiles. Séance du 17 brumaire an 6. Paris Imprimerie Nationale, 1797. In-8 de 20 pp. 7. Réponses aux objections proposées contre l'institution du livre de famille, & les cérémonies relatives au mariage, à la naissance, &c. Paris, Imprimerie Nationale, 1797. In-8 de 12 pp. Dictionnaire des constituants, II, pp. 528 et 565 ; Dreux du Radier, Bibliothèque historique et critique du Poitou, p. 701. Seller Inventory # 3706

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JEAN LECLERC OR JEAN COUSIN?]

Published by Alexis de la Roche & Jean Lesclapart, Paris (1724)

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About this Item: Alexis de la Roche & Jean Lesclapart, Paris, 1724. Very impressive set of 271 copper-plate engravings of Biblical scenes, taken from both the New and the Old Testaments, as well as 2 large folding plates showing the Resurrection of the Dead and the Last Judgment. The collection of engravings was first published in 1596 and underwent numerous editions during the 17th century. They have been traditionally attributed to Jean Cousin (1522-1594), the Renaissance painter. Tall Folio (40 x 26cm), 2 volumes. 158pp. & 113pp. Lightly toned throughout. Bound in contemporary quarter calf, some wear to binding, joints cracking but holding. Seller Inventory # 002077

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Leclerc Jean

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About this Item: Slatkin Reprint, 1968. Condition: Neuf. Seller Inventory # 3600120127310

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Georges Louis Leclerc Buffon; Jean-Antoine-Nicolas de Caritat Condorcet; Vicq-d'Azyr, M.; Georges Cuvier; Jean-Franc?ois Saint-Lambert; Daubenton, M.

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About this Item: Pourrat freres, 1833. Hardcover. Condition: Used: Very Good. A quality set. 20 volume set. 21 cm. Green leather spines, with green marbled boards. All bindings sound. Minor rubbing to extremities. Unmarked pages. Scattered foxing. 4 folding color engraved maps and 181 color engravings of mammals and birds.Includes: T.I: Theorie de la terre. T.II: Theorie de la terre (suite). Histoire des mine???raux: introduction. T.III: Histoire des mine???raux. Epoques de la nature. T.IV a VII: Histoire des mineraux. Experiences sur les vegetaux (T.VII)--T.VIII a??? IX: Histoire des animaux. de l'homme. T.X a??? XIV: Histoire des animaux. T.XV a XX: Oiseaux.Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, was a noted scientist whose monumental works in natural sciences influenced the next two generations of naturalists, including Jean-Baptiste Lamarck and Georges Cuvier. (Mayr, The Growth of Biological Thought. p 330) Buffon's work was based on the methods of observation and experimentation. He raised many of the fundamental problems of biology in a scientific context. One of Buffon?????s most important contributions was the popularization of the old earth theory, in opposition to Archbishop Ussher?????s biblical earth time-line. Buffon was an important pre-cursor to Darwin. Cited as the father of biogeography, Buffon's Law postulated that creatures "improved" and "degenerated" after dispersing from a center of creation. He based his theory on comparative anatomy studies. Buffon tried to explain the origin of living things by spontaneous generation of elementary particles and its development as a consequence of climate and diet. Buffon argued that all members of a family of species descended from the same ancestors, a "unity of type". This is an oversized or heavy book that requires additional postage for international delivery outside of Canada and the US. Seller Inventory # 1209170012

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Opuscules moraux de L.M. Revellière-Lepeaux, et de: LA REVELLIERE-LEPEAUX (Louis-Marie

LA REVELLIERE-LEPEAUX (Louis-Marie de) & LECLERC (Jean-Baptiste)

Published by Jansen, Paris (1798)

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About this Item: Jansen, Paris, 1798. Couverture rigide. Condition: Très bon. Edition originale. 12 pièces reliés en 1 vol. in-8° plein veau marbré, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, frise dorée d'encadrement sur les plats. Recueil établi par le libraire Jansen qui ré unit des opuscules de Louis-Marie La Revellière-Lepeaux et Jean-Baptiste Leclerc publies sous le Directoire, précédés d'un titre général et d'une table imprimée. Epigraphe : Mêmes principes, mêmes vues, mêmes sentimens les unirent dans la première jeunesse par des liens d'amitié que la mort seule pourra briser. Pluviose an VI. Tous deux représentants du Tiers Etat d'Angers aux Etats Généraux, Louis-Marie de La Revellière-Lepeaux (1753-1824) fut sous le Directoire, un des cinq premiers directeurs ou il s'occupa surtout des questions culturelles et religieuses tandis que Jean-Baptiste Leclerc (1756-1826) siégeait au Conseil des Anciens ou il présenta de nombreux rapports sur les institutions civiles, l'instruction publique, ou la création du Conservatoire de Musique. Pour répondre aux processions religieuses qui se multiplient dans les Mauges en Anjou, ils forment ensemble une commission patriotique qui sous le titre de Club ambulant des Mauges, serait chargé de faire une tournée et de bruyantes démonstrations civiques dans ce pays. Ils développèrent conjointement la théophilanthropie, culte fondamental et politique, basée sur les principes de la religion naturelle. De Révelliière-Lepeaux, on a : 1 : Réflexions sur le Culte, sur les Cérémonies civiles et sur les Fêtes nationales, lues à l'Institut le 12 floréal an V (1er mai 1797), dans la section des sciences morales et politiques. Paris, Jausen, 1797. In-8 de (2)-42-(1) pp. 2 : Essai sur les Moyens de faire participer l'Universalité des Spectateurs à tout ce qui se pratique dans les Fêtes nationales. Lu à la classe des Sciences morales et politiques de l'Institut National de France, dans la séance du 22 vendémiaire an 6me. (13 octobre 1797). Paris, Jausen, 1797. In-8 de 26-(2) pp. 3 ? Discours prononcé à la Fête de la République. Suivi de : 4 : Discours prononcé à la Cérémonie funèbre exécutée en memoire du général Hoche, au Champ-de-Mars, le 10 vendémiaire an 6. De l'imprimerie de Lemaire, (Paris, 1797). In-8 de 16 pp. 5 ? Du Panthéon et d'un Théâtre national. Paris, Jausen, 1797. In-8 de 15-(1) pp. De Leclerc : 1. De la poésie, considérée dans ses rapports avec l'éducation nationale. Paris, Jansen, 1798. In-8 de 19-(1) pp. 2. Discours sur l'instruction publique. Paris, Jansen, 1798. In-8 de 23-(1) pp. 3. Essai sur la propagation de la musique en France, sa conservation, et ses rapports avec le gouvernement. Paris, Jansen, 1798. In-8 de 72 pp. 4. Discours sur l'existence et l'utilité d'une religion civile en France, prononcé à la Tribune du Conseil des Cinq-cents, dans la séance du 9 Fructidor an 5. Paris, Jansen, 1797. In-8 de 31-(1) pp. 5. Rapport sur les institutions relatives à l'état civil des citoyens. Séance du 16 Brumaire an 6. Paris, imprimerie nationale, 1797. In-8 de 59 pp. 6. Règlement proposé à la suite du rapport sur les institutions civiles. Séance du 17 brumaire an 6. Paris Imprimerie Nationale, 1797. In-8 de 20 pp. 7. Réponses aux objections proposées contre l'institution du livre de famille, & les cérémonies relatives au mariage, à la naissance, &c. Paris, Imprimerie Nationale, 1797. In-8 de 12 pp. Dictionnaire des constituants, II, pp. 528 et 565 ; Dreux du Radier, Bibliothèque historique et critique du Poitou, p. 701. Seller Inventory # vilpris44

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Leclerc, Jean.

Published by typis Philalethianis, Irenopoli [i.e., really, Saumur] (1679)

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About this Item: typis Philalethianis, Irenopoli [i.e., really, Saumur], 1679. "Liberius de Sancto Amore" was the pseudonym of Jean Leclerc (1657?1736; a.k.a. Johannes Clericus), a radical Swiss theologian who broke with Calvinism. He is famous for his promotion of exegesis. The present work, published with a false imprint while he lived in Saumur, was an unorthodox study of the doctrine of the Trinity, the Hypostatic union of the two natures in Christ, original sin, and other matters. It was decidedly unconventional for its era. The woodcut "printer's device" on the title-page is telling: "Ex trunco veteri novus ramus," which pretty much epitomizes Leclerc's writings. Uncommon: We locate fewer than 10 copies in the U.S. 12mo (16 cm; 6.375"). [10] f., 320 p. Weller, I, p.278. Recent quarter leather with gilt spine; sides with German-style brown paper speckled with black. Shadow of old pencilled shelf number and another four-digit number on verso of title-page. A very good copy. Seller Inventory # 24769

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Jean Leclerc

Published by Presses de l'Universite du Quebec (1997)

ISBN 10: 2760509702 ISBN 13: 9782760509702

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About this Item: Presses de l'Universite du Quebec, 1997. Loose Leaf. Condition: Good. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory # 2760509702

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Morery, Lewis [Louis Moreri], 1643-1680. Msr. Le Clerc [Jean Leclerc, Jean Le Clerc, or Johannes Clericus], 1657-1736; Jer. Collier [Jeremy Collier], 1650-1726 (editors).

Published by London: Printed for Henry Rhodes . . . Thomas Newborough . . . the assigns of L. Meredith . . . and Elizabeth Harris . . ., 1701. (1701)

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About this Item: London: Printed for Henry Rhodes . . . Thomas Newborough . . . the assigns of L. Meredith . . . and Elizabeth Harris . . ., 1701., 1701. Two volumes bound within single book. Revised, corrected, enlarged second edition. Unpaged but probably 1000+ pages. Fuller title: THE GREAT HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, GENEALOGICAL AND POETICAL DICTIONARY; BEING A CURIOUS MISCELLANY OF SACRED AND PROPHANE HISTORY. CONTAINING, IN SHORT, THE LIVES AND MOST REMARKABLE ACTIONS OF THE PATRIARCHS, JUDGES, AND KINGS OF THE JEWS; OF THE APOSTLES, FATHERS, AND DOCTORS OF THE CHURCH; OF POPES, CARDINALS, BISHOPS, &C. . . . TOGETHER WITH THE ESTABLISHMENT AND PROGRESS BOTH OF RELIGIOUS AND MILITARY ORDERS, AND THE LIVES OF THEIR FOUNDERS. AS ALSO, THE FABULOUS HISTORY OF THE HEATHEN GODS AND HEROES. THE DESCRIPTION OF EMPIRES, KINGDOMS, COMMON-WEALTHS, PROVINCES, CITIES, TOWNS, ISLANDS, MOUNTAINS, RIVERS, AND OTHER CONSIDERABLE PLACES, BOTH OF ANCIENT AND MODERN GEOGRAPHY; . . . THE WHOLE BEING FULL OF REMARKS AND CURIOUS ENQUIRIES, FOR THE ILLUSTRATION OF SEVERAL DIFFICULTIES IN THEOLOGY, HISTORY, CHRONOLOGY AND GEOGRAPHY. COLLECTED FROM THE BEST HISTORIANS, CHRONOLOGERS AND LEXICOGRAPHERS; . . . BUT MORE ESPECIALLY OUT OF LEWIS MORERY, D.D. HIS EIGHTH EDITION CORRECTED AND ENLARGED BY MONSIEUR LE CLERC; IN TWO VOLUMES IN FOLIO. TO WHICH ARE ADDED, BY WAY OF SUPPLEMENT, INTERMIX'D THROUGHOUT THE ALPHABET, THE LIVES, MOST REMARKABLE ACTIONS, AND WRITINGS OF SEVERAL ILLUSTRIOUS FAMILIES OF OUR ENGLISH, SCOTCH AND IRISH NOBILITY, AND GENTRY, AND MOST FAMOUS MEN OF ALL PROFESSIONS, ARTS AND SCIENCES: AS ALSO, AN EXACT DESCRIPTION OF THESE KINGDOMS; WITH THE MOST CONSIDERABLE OCCURRENCES THAT HAVE HAPPENED TO THIS PRESENT TIME [THE FIRST VOLUME and THE SECOND VOLUME] THE SECOND EDITION REVIS'D, CORRECTED AND ENLARG'D TO THE YEAR 1688; BY JER. COLLIER, A.M. London: Printed for Henry Rhodes, near Bride-Lane in Fleet Street; Thomas Newborough, at the Golden-Ball in St. Paul's Church-Yard; the Assigns of L. Meredith, at the Star in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and Elizabeth Harris, at the Harrow in Little-Britain; 1701. Hardcover: H 40.25cm x L 25.5cm. Probable 19th century rebinding as endpapers and flyleaves are quite different stock than text leaves. Quarter-leather binding. Spine leather with six slightly raised bands and still bright gilt stamped lettering within title compartment second from head; spine head worn with small loss, large loss and tearing within the 5cm of heel compartment leaving quires exposed. Patches of peeling to board leather adjacent to spine. Bluish-green marbled paper boards heavily rubbed with wear at edges particularly at fore-edge corners. Splitting at front and rear joints causing front board to have some pliability; text block remains firmly bound. Title pages printed in red and black. Dictionary comprised of double column text with letters A-L in First Volume and M-Z in Second Volume. B/w engraved frontispiece portrait of Jeremy Collier opposite First Volume title page. Past owner's pencil signature (E.H. Peck) on front pastedown. Interior leaves vary from bright white to strong toning with occasional foxing; several page corners creased. A good antiquarian copy. Published with a Supplement which is not present. Please note that this very thick book has an approximate shipping weight of 15 pounds (6.8 kg) and will require additional postage and insurance above AbeBook's preset rate. Seller Inventory # D17-5729

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LECLERC (Jean-Baptiste)

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About this Item: par J.B. Leclerc, Député du département de Maine et Loire à la Convention Nationale. Du 10 janvier 1793, l'an IIme de la République. Paris, Imprimerie de H. J. Jansen, An 6me [1798], in-8 de 19 pp., bradel demi-chagrin rouge, dos orné d'emblèmes révolutionnaires [Rel. mod.]. Intéressante plaquette révolutionnaire. Elle renferme la nouvelle édition d'un discours exposant les avantages de la poésie lyrique lorsqu'elle adopte la franchise républicaine et de la romance lorsqu'elle sert à exalter les vertus du citoyen. Exemplaire bien relié. Seller Inventory # 7110

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Histoire d'Emeric, Comte de Tekeli, ou memoires: Leclerc, Jean]

Leclerc, Jean]

Published by Cologne [but Netherlands]: Jaques de la Verité 1694 (1694)

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About this Item: Cologne [but Netherlands]: Jaques de la Verité 1694, 1694. Seconde edition, revue & augmentée pp.292, [12, index], frontis portrait, 1 plate (Hongrois), folding map. Armorial bookplate, early signature on end-paper. Map mis-folded, and torn at edge. A very good copy bound in contemporary speckled calf, neatly re-backed. Hungary. Seller Inventory # 122480

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Harmonia EvangelicaCui Subjecta Est Historia ChrisitEx Quator: Joanne Clerico [Jean

Joanne Clerico [Jean Leclerc]

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About this Item: Amstelodami [Amsterdam] - Huguetanorum, 1699. Hardcover. Condition: GOOD ONLY. First edition. A very scarce copy of Jean Leclerc's dissertations on the gospels. First edition. With additional engraved title page in Greek, and decorative head and tail pieces. Jean Le Clerc, also Johannes Clericus (1657-1736) was a Swiss theologian and biblical scholar. He was famous for promoting exegesis, or critical interpretation of the Bible, and was a radical of his age. He parted with Calvinism over his interpretations and left Geneva for that reason. His suspected Socinianism was the cause, it is said, of his exclusion from the chair of dogmatic theologyIn Latin. Monastic bookplate to front pastedown. Condition: In full vellum binding. Externally with marks to the boards and some bumping to the corners. Joints are cracked, with front board held by cords only. Internally, firmly bound. Front hinge slightly strained. Pages have some marginal tidemarks, with scattered light spotting. Overall: GOOD ONLY. Seller Inventory # 021666

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De Buffon, Georges-Louis Leclerc. Flourens, Jean Martin Pierre [ed]

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About this Item: Garnier Frères ND (1855), Paris, 1855. COMPLETE 12 VOLUME SET of the complete works of French Naturalist George-Louis Leclerc de Buffon, revised and annotated by French scientist Flourens. Features b/w frontispiece and numerous color plates and b/w illustrations. [VOLUME TITLES:] Volume 1: Theorie de la Terre, Histoire des Animeaux; Volume 2: Le Homme, Animeax domestiques; Volume 3: Les Quadrupedes; Volume 4: Les Singes, Add. aux Quadrupedes; Volume 5-8: Les Oiseaux; Volume 9: Introd. aux Minèraux, Epoques de la Nature; Volume 10-11: Les Minéraux; Volume 12: Expériences sur les Végétaux, Arithmétique morale, Tables Generales des Matières. [CONDITION:] 270x190mm, [XXV+686]+[667]+[597]+[680]+[597]+[586]+[624]+[631]+[670]+[568]+[609]+[824] pages. Marbled quarter-leather hardcover with gilt lettering on spine. Cover worn, bumped at several places, scratched and lightly stained. Cover edges bumped at several places. Spines worn. Pages yellowing. [VOL.3]: Rear cover cracked and slightly bent. [VOL 6]: Front cover missing small part of bottom outer corner. [VOL 9]: Front cover missing large part of bottom outer corner. [SUMMARY:] Save for some external wear, this comprehensive classical body of scientific knowledge is in good internal condition. NOTE: The set is overweight, and will require additional shipping charges. Inquire with us for further details. 21 Kg. PLEASE NOTE: This item is overweight. We may ask for extra shipping costs. The book is in : French. Seller Inventory # NG 53 16

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LECLERC (Jean-Baptiste)

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About this Item: Séance du 7 frimaire an 7. [Paris, Imprimerie Nationale, Frimaire an 7 (1798)], in-8 de 30 pp. avec simple titre de départ, bradel demi-chagrin rouge, dos orné du titre en long et d'emblèmes révolutionnaires [Rel. mod.]. Monglond IV, 719. Pas dans Quérard. Édition originale. Important rapport au Conseil des Cinq-Cents exposant un projet de réforme du Conservatoire de musique (créé en 1789), et annonçant la création de conservatoires dans douze autres communes françaises. "C'est en 1789 que fut fondé le Conservatoire de musique de Paris (?) En 1784, un arrêt du Conseil d'état établit une école destinée à alimenter l'Académie royale de sujets chantants. En août 1789, la municipalité de Paris prit à sa charge les 70 exécutants réunis par Bernard Sarrette, pour former la musique de la garde nationale. En 1793, Bernard Sarrette obtint un décret de la Convention nationale pour la formation d'un Institut national de musique, destiné à enseigner cet art. L'enseignement devait être confié à 115 professeurs ; 600 élèves devaient y être admis gratuitement. Enfin, en 1795, on supprima la musique de la garde nationale et l'école de chant et de déclamation, et l'Institut national prit le nom de Conservatoire de musique" Cf. Larousse. Jean-Baptiste Leclerc [Chalonne, Maine-et-Loire, vers 1755 - 1826] fut successivement député à la Convention nationale et au Conseil des Cinq-Cents, et correspondant de la classe d'histoire et de littérature ancienne de l'Institut de France. Voir la longue notice que lui consacre Hoefer, XXX, 207-210. Très bon exemplaire. Seller Inventory # 7108

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Leclerc, Jean (Hrsg.).

Published by Amsterdam Wolfgang ua -1700 (1686)

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About this Item: Amsterdam Wolfgang ua -1700, 1686. 2. Bde. 6 u. 13 in 2. Ausgabe. 7 in 6 Bdn. 12°. 1 Front. u. 5 gef. Kupfer-Taf. Leder. 4 Bde. mit Rückenschilder u. floraler Rückenvergold. Ber. u. best., 2 Bde. Rü. m. Fehlst. u. Wurmlöcher. Tls. l. gebr. u. stockfl., Vorsatzbll. tls. stärker gebr., einige S. m. Wurmloch, Bde. 1 u. 10 einige S. wasserrandig, ansonsten guter Zustand. Auf Wunsch senden wir gerne ein Foto des Buches via E-mail Sprache: Deutschu 2,000 gr. Seller Inventory # 42838AB

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LECLERC (Jean-Baptiste)

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About this Item: par J.B. Leclerc, député du département de Maine et Loire à la Convention Nationale. Du 18 décembre 1792, l'an Ier de la République. Paris, Imp. de H.J. Jansen, An 6me [1797], petit in-8 de 23 pp., bradel demi-chagrin rouge, dos orné du titre or et d'attributs révolutionnaires [Rel. mod.]. Intéressante plaquette sur les origines de l'école laïque. Elle contient la réédition d'un discours républicain prononcé en faveur d'une école primaire appelée "Ecole du citoyen": laïque, obligatoire pour tous, commune à toutes les classes et permettant de déjouer "le virus aristocratique et sacerdotale", mais surtout gratuite, Leclerc proposant même "d'indemniser l'indigent de la privation des enfants qui lui servent de soutien"? Bel exemplaire. Seller Inventory # 7109

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BUFFON, Georges Louis Leclerc Comte De (1707-1788). / COMTE, Achille Joseph (1802-1866) / ADAM, Jean Victor (1801-1867 - Illustrator) ::

Published by London : R Tyas 8 Paternoster Row (1841)

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About this Item: London : R Tyas 8 Paternoster Row, 1841. First English Edition. A very good original half leather binding. 8vo. 10.0" x 7.0" x 1.25". pp.33/[1p.]/pp.292, + 38 leaves of hand-coloured plates. Green calf spine and corners over marbled boards. Edges lightly rubbed and boards lightly scuffed. Spine lightly sunned, with 5 raised bands and gilt title: 'Le Comte's Book Of Birds.' Marbled endpapers. Engraved and decorated title-page, followed by a printed title-page. Clean text and illustrations throughout. Complete with all 38 leaves of plates. Just the odd small blemish to the margins, due to previous use. One page of birds with small chip to page edge. A very good copy full of excellent bird illustrations. ** "Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon; 7 September 1707 – 16 April 1788) was a French naturalist, mathematician, cosmologist, and encyclopediste. His works influenced the next two generations of naturalists, including Jean-Baptiste Lamarck and Georges Cuvier. Buffon published thirty-six quarto volumes of his Histoire Naturelle during his lifetime; with additional volumes based on his notes and further research being published in the two decades following his death. Ernst Mayr wrote that: "Truly, Buffon was the father of all thought in natural history in the second half of the 18th century". *** "Achille Joseph Comte, born on September 29, 1802 In Grenoble ( Isere ) and died in17 January 1866 In Nantes. He was a French doctor, professor of natural history, zoologist and physiologist. He studied medicine at the Faculty of Medicine in Paris , became an internist and frequented the largest Parisian hospitals. Recruited by Jean Cruveilhier , he is one of the founding members of the Societe Anatomique de Paris . However, he abandoned the medical path after defending his thesis to hold a post of professor of natural sciences at the Royal College Charlemagne . For several years he was president of the Society of Writers and a member of many learned societies. Until the Revolution of 1848 , he was head of the Office of the "Scholarly Companies and Medical Affairs" at the Ministry of Education. Forced to leave this position but later recognized for his talents in his pedagogical activities, he was appointed director of the Preparatory School for Higher Education in Nantes during the Second Empire . He married Aglae de Bouconville , the widow of the playwright Jean-Louis Laya , who himself published several plays but also a Natural History told to the youth, or Expose of the instincts and manners of animals, preceded by a note on The human races. **** "Jean Victor Adam (1801–1867) was a French painter and lithographer. Adam was born in Paris in 1801, the son of Jean Adam, an engraver. He studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 1814-18, and also in the ateliers of Meynier and Régnault. In 1819 he exhibited Herminia succouring Tancred. He was almost immediately afterwards employed to paint various subjects for the Museum at Versailles, including The Entry of the French into Mainz, The Battle of Varroux, The Taking of Menin, The Battle of Castiglione, The Passage of the Cluse, The Battle of Montebello and The Capitulation of Meiningen the last three in collaboration with Jean Alaux. He continued to exhibit until 1838, his subjects including Henry IV., after the Battle of Coutras, Trait of Kindness in the Duke de Berri, The Postillion, The Vivandiere, The Road to Poissy, The Return from the Chase, Horse-fair at Caen, and many others. He then disappeared from public view until 1846, when he exhibited some lithographs, dedicating himself to the medium from then on. In this line he produced a lithographic album, Views in the Environs of Paris, Studies of Animals for an edition of Buffon, etc. He won a gold medal in 1824, a second class medal in 1836, besides several others from Lille, Douai, and other cities. He died at Viroflay in 1867. Seller Inventory # 44283

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LECLERC, JEAN.

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About this Item: Typis Academicis, Cambridge 1700. 12mo. (22)+488+(4) pages. XVII figures on 4 folding plates, including a map of the areas surrounding the Equator (including a fanciful sketch of New Holland (Australia). Contemporary panelled calf with no title on spine. One hinge weak. Marginal edgewear to binding. Old name on flyleaf. Index pages in the back slightly stained. Seller Inventory # 593828

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LECLERC, JEAN (1657-1736)

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About this Item: Amsterdam, David Mortier, 1708, Cont.hvellum, dam., (8), 813, (22) pp. 4to Ex lib copy. Some waterstains and a few tiny wormholes in the first pages (including list of works published by David Mortier). Special Offer: This seller is offering an exclusive discount of 25% on all items for AbeBooks customers. Original Price: 350 EUR. Seller Inventory # 53994

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Le Clerc, Jean ]:( Jean Leclerc Johannes Clericus)

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About this Item: Chez Pierre Marteau, Cologne, 1689. nach Weller und in Amsterdam erschienen, Lederband der Zeit, 12°, 257 Seiten Jean Leclerc 1657-1736 Theologe und Philologe, zunächst Calvinist, dann ab 1682 Exil London später Amsterdam / VD17 12:109007B de 500 Buch. Seller Inventory # UA5-122

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About this Item: Vigot Frères Impr. Jouve, 1965. Couverture rigide. Condition: Tres bon. couverture cartonnée, format moyen , très bon état. Seller Inventory # 3-502748

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Jean Leclerc

Published by Presses de l'Universite du Quebec (1997)

ISBN 10: 2760509702 ISBN 13: 9782760509702

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About this Item: Presses de l'Universite du Quebec, 1997. Loose Leaf. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG2760509702

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About this Item: Leipzig, Nicolas Förster, 1707; petit in-8°, 7 ffnc + 916 pp + 30 ffnc d'index + 125 pp + 12 ff d'index, plein vélin de l'époque, dos lisse muet. Frontispice gravé. Titre en rouge et noir. Cachet sur le titre. Seconde édition d'un manuel d'histoire ancienne et médiévale (jusqu'au règne de Charlemagne), publié pour la première fois à Amsterdam en 1698. Homme de lettres, philosophe et théologien réformé de Genève, Jean Leclerc s'était installé dès 1683 en Hollande après des séjours à Grenoble et à Londres. A Amsterdam, où il occupe la chaire d'Histoire ecclésiastique au Collège des Remontrants jusqu'à la fin de sa vie, il se lie d'amitié avec l'immigré John Locke, dont il contribuera à diffuser les idées philosophiques sur le continent. Champion courageux de la liberté de penser, ennemi intraitable du dogmatisme et de l'intolérance, Leclerc a passé sa vie à combattre pour les droits de la raison, et l'on ne saurait douter que ses nombreux ouvrages n'aient contribué à accélérer le mouvement du dix-huitième siècle (Haag, la France protestante). 1707. Seller Inventory # 200200754

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Georges-Louis Leclerc) Buffon; Jean Piveteau (ed)

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About this Item: Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, 1954. Cloth. Condition: Very Good. Small Quarto. Cloth Hardcover, 1954. . Comes in plain brown paper jacket, some spotting and tearing. xxxvii + 616pp. Bound in khaki cloth with brown lettering. Cover superb. Joints and hinges are strong, textblock sturdy. Pages are clean and intact throughout, with the expected age-toning and a few very minor spots of foxing. Comes in plain brown paper jacket, some spotting and tearing. Seller Inventory # GRP46696265

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Leclerc, Jean

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Leclerc, Jean

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Published by Wiley-VCH (2010)

ISBN 10: 3527324747 ISBN 13: 9783527324743

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