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[French Revolution, Maritime Law] Lois de la Marine 7 v
<B>A COLLECTION OF THE LAWS ISSUED DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION ABOUT THE NAVY AND THE COLONIES [SEVEN VOLUMES OUT OF TWENTY]</B><BR><br><b>France - Ministere de la marine</b>. <i>Recueil des lois relatives a la marine et aux colonies, t. 1. [-18.]. Du 8 juin 1789 au 21 de�cembre 1808</i>. Paris: Imprimerie de la Re�publique, 1789-1808.<br><br>8vo, 192x124 mm, half leather binding with marbled paper at boards; 20 tomes in 18 vols [here only 7: tome 3, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12].<br><br><b>References</b>: OCLC, 81175005 (one complete copy in USA, at the Harvard Law School Library, Cambridge), 457732686 (one complete copy in France). Bibliopathos
[Rhodes & Aegean Islands (Greece), Law] Alhadeff, 1927
A SCARCE ESSAY BY ALHADEFF ON THE LEGAL SYSTEM OF RHODES AND THE OTHER ITALIAN ISLANDS OF THE AEGEAN SEAAlhadeff, Vittorio. L'ordinamento giuridico di Rodi e delle altre isole italiane dell'Egeo. Milano: Soc. An. Istituto editoriale scientifico, 1927.8vo (252x170 mm), editorial paper binding; pp. XVI, 214.Provenance: Private library of a Verona noble family, whose roots are in Mantua and in which there were distinguished lawyers and jurists. References: IT\ICCU\IEI\0101887. OCLC, 51590831 (2 copies in USA). Bibliopathos
[Mode, Costums of Rome] Pinelli, 1809
RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST COLLECTION OF PICTURESQUE COSTUMES OF THE ROMAN COUNTRYSIDE BY PINELLIPinelli, Bartolomeo. Raccolta di cinquanta costumi pittoreschi incisi all'acqua forte da Bartolomeo Pinelli romano. Roma: Lorenzo Lazzari alla Convertite, 1809.Folio, oblungo (275x420 mm), leg. in mezza pelle coeva con angoli, dorso a cinque nervi, titolo in oro al dorso, carte marezzate ai piatti, guardie in carta marmorizzata, frontespizio e 50 tavole incise in rame. Rara prima edizione della prima raccolta di costumi pittoreschi dell'agro romano, assai celebre e ricercata così definita da Cicognara 1762: "Questi sono tolti la più parte dalle abitudini del popolo romano, e sono espressi con una verità e fedeltà insuperabile". L'ultima tavola rappresenta il riposo dell'autore tra le rovine con il motto scolpito sulla lapide: "Tutto finisce". First edition, title-page and 50 etched plates, contemporary half calf, loss on the white margin of title-page, spine rubbed. Provenance: Etichetta al contropiatto anteriore con indicazione d'appartenenza a Enrico Sartorio, con motto "ad excelsa tendo".References: IT\ICCU\MODE\032543. Colas 2370. Bibliopathos
[Canon Law Formulary] Monacelli, 1713
IMPORTANT JURIDICAL FORMULARY FOR CANON COURTS AND TRIBUNALSMonacelli, Francesco. Formularium legale practicum fori ecclesiastici […]: ab ipsomet authore appendice plurium constitutionum apostolicarum, […] illustrata / authore Francisco Monacelli ciue eugubino […]. Pars prima secunda editio. Romae (Rome): typis Aloysij, & Francisci fratrum de Comitibus impressorum reuerendae Camerae apostolicae, 1713.Folio (330x230 mm), contemporary full vellum, with five raised bands spine (light traces of use and occasional stains, little repairs), handwritten title at spine; pp. [50], 376. Text in Latin, printed in two columns.Title-page in red and black types; half-title: Formularium legale practicum fori ecclesiastici. Engraved head and -tail pieces, engraved headletters.Important juridical formulary for Canon Courts and Tribunals, a practical book for jurists, containing both the laws and the casistics.The first and only volume of the second edition (dated 1713).It deals in depth with the Canon law, giving not only the corpus of reference, but also the jurisprudence relative to specific cases, procedural rules, decisions taken by the Roman Sacred Rota and by the Sacred Congregations.The Author, Francesco Monacelli (died in 1714), was a priest, apostolic protonotary at Gubbio, general vicar of Venosa's and Iesi's churches; he was expert in Canon law, and celebrated for this formulary. References: IT\ICCU\RLZE\032574 (2 copies). Bibliopathos
[Africa, Voyages] Akeley - Brown, 1923-1916, 2 vols
UNCOMMON EDITIONS OF TWO RICHLY ILLUSTRATED BOOKS ON TRAVELS IN AFRICANOT IN ICCU[1.]: Akeley, Carl E.. In brightest Africa by Carl E. Akeley. Illustrated from photographs. New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1923.[together with]:[2.]:Brown, A. Samler - Brown, G. Gordon. The guide to South and East Africa. For the use of tourists, (...). With coloured maps, plans and diagrams. Edited annually by A. Samler Brown F.R.M.S. & G. Gordon Brown, F.R.G.S. for the Union-Castle Mail Steamship Company. 1916 Edition. Twenty-second Edition. London (Londra): Samler & Gordon Brown, 1916.[1.]: 4to, 222x144 mm, half leather binding with cloth at boards, two raised bands at spine, gilt title and decorations at spine; pp. XVII, (3), 267; numerous pictures in b/w; text in English.[2.]: 8vo, 180x120 mm, editorial cloth binding with title in black types at spine, title and illustrations in black at front and back boards; pp. (25), LI, 773, (2), 81; numerous colored illustrations out of text (plans, maps and diagrams); text in English, preceded by about 25 p. of advertising and followed by other 81 p.[1.]: First edition of this work by Carl Ethan Akeley (sculptor, writer and biographer), about the adventures of a taxidermist as he travels through Africa to hunt wild animals.[2.]: Twenty-second edition of this richly illustrated guide about Southern Africa and Eastern Europe.Provenance: [1.]: Ownership inscription with an ink stamp at half-title (Capt. I. Mesmaeker) and handwritten dedication at frontispiece "To Captain and Madame Mesmaeker", signed by Mary Akeley (perhaps the wife of the A.). [2.]: Handwritten ownership inscription at title-page (unreadable); an old b/w photo, freely inserted in the book, shows a couple wearing early 1900 clothes (perhaps the owner of the book with his wife); presence of some handwritten annotations at margins of the text.References: [1.]: Ed. not in ICCU, which registers the ed. of London: Heineimann, 1924 (IT\ICCU\NAP\0474270 of which there is only one copy at the Biblioteca nazionale Vittorio Emanuele III - Napoli). OCLC, 3378070. [2.]: Ed. not in ICCU, which registers the 17th ed. of London: Sampson, Low, Marston & co., 1909-1910 (IT\ICCU\TO0\1216120 of which there is only one copy at the Biblioteca civica - Fossano - CN). OCLC, 52690202. Bibliopathos
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