History of Science Collection

Athanasii Kircheri e Soc. Jesu China monumentis : quà sacris quà profanis, nec non variis naturæ & artis spectaculis, aliarumque rerum memorabilium argumentis illustrata, auspiciis Leopoldi Primi.
Monumenti syro-sinici interpretatio -- De variis itineribus in Chinam susceptis -- De idololatria ex Occidente primùm in Persidem, Indiam ac deindè in ultimas Orientis, Tartariæ, Chinæ, Japponiæ regiones successivâ propagatione introducta -- China curiosis naturæ & artis miraculis illustrata -- De architectonica cæterisque mechanicis artibus Sinensium -- De Sinensium literatura., Added t.-p., engraved., "Elenchus librorum a P. Athanasio Kirchero ... editorum": 2 p. at end., Signatures: *-**(superscript 4), A-Z(superscript 4), Aa-Hh(superscript 4)., Includes index., Text in Arabic, Latin, and Sanskrit.
Atlas celeste de Flamsteed
approuve par l'Academie royal des sciences, et publie sous le privilege de cette compagnie.
Atlas coelestis
By the late Reverend Mr. John Flamsteed, regius professor of astronomy at Greenwich., Engr. title vignette, head and tail pieces.
Atlas coelestis
By the late Reverend Mr. John Flamsteed, regius professor of astronomy at Greenwich., Engr. title vignette, head and tail pieces.
Auicennae Arabum medicorum principis
ex Gerardi Cremonensis versione, & Andreae Alpagi Belunensis castigatione ; a Ioanne Costaeo, & Ioanne Paulo Mongio annotationibus iampridem illustratus ; nunc uero ab eodem Costaeo recognitus, & nouis alicubi obseruationibus adauctus ; quibus principum philosophorum, ac medicorum consensus, dissensusq́ue indicantur ; vita ipsius Auicennae ex Sorsano Arabe eius discipulo, à Nicolao Massa Latine scripta, & figuris quibusdam ex priori nostra editione sumptis ; additis nuper etiam librorum Canonis oeconomijs, necnòn Tabulis isagogicis in vniuersam medicinam ex arte, Humain [sic], idest Ioannitii Arabis, per Fabium Paulinum Vtinensem ; cum indicibus quattuor, duobus uocum Arabicarum, altero Gerardi Cremonensis, altero Bellunensis, duobus rerum memorabilium, altero in Auicennae contextu, altero in annotationibus contentarum., Vol. 1 has added engraved t.p.: Auicennae Arabum medicorum principis, Canon medicinae. Quo vniuersa medendi scientia pulcherrima & breui methodo planissimè explicatur. Eiusdem De viribus cordis. [De] remouendis nocumentis in regimine sanitatis. [De] syrupo acetoso. Cantica., "Tabvlae isagogicae in vniversam medicinam. Ex arte Hvmain, idest Ioannitij Arabis. Auctore Fabio Paulino Vtinensi. Collectae, et editae a Fabritio Raspano ..." (v. 1) has special t.p., The general index (v. 3) also has special t.p., "De viribus cordis" is translated by Arnaldus de Villa Nova and "Cantica" by Armegandus Blasii., Vol. 1: [52], 590, 583-982 p.; v. 2: [12], 437, [3] p.; v. 3: [304] p., Microfiche. New Canaan, Conn. : Readex Microprint, [1993]. 48 microfiches. (Landmarks II). s1993 ctun b
Auicennae Arabum medicorum principis
ex Gerardi Cremonensis versione, & Andreae Alpagi Belunensis castigatione ; a Ioanne Costaeo, & Ioanne Paulo Mongio annotationibus iampridem illustratus ; nunc uero ab eodem Costaeo recognitus, & nouis alicubi obseruationibus adauctus ; quibus principum philosophorum, ac medicorum consensus, dissensusq́ue indicantur ; vita ipsius Auicennae ex Sorsano Arabe eius discipulo, à Nicolao Massa Latine scripta, & figuris quibusdam ex priori nostra editione sumptis ; additis nuper etiam librorum Canonis oeconomijs, necnòn Tabulis isagogicis in vniuersam medicinam ex arte, Humain [sic], idest Ioannitii Arabis, per Fabium Paulinum Vtinensem ; cum indicibus quattuor, duobus uocum Arabicarum, altero Gerardi Cremonensis, altero Bellunensis, duobus rerum memorabilium, altero in Auicennae contextu, altero in annotationibus contentarum., Vol. 1 has added engraved t.p.: Auicennae Arabum medicorum principis, Canon medicinae. Quo vniuersa medendi scientia pulcherrima & breui methodo planissimè explicatur. Eiusdem De viribus cordis. [De] remouendis nocumentis in regimine sanitatis. [De] syrupo acetoso. Cantica., "Tabvlae isagogicae in vniversam medicinam. Ex arte Hvmain, idest Ioannitij Arabis. Auctore Fabio Paulino Vtinensi. Collectae, et editae a Fabritio Raspano ..." (v. 1) has special t.p., The general index (v. 3) also has special t.p., "De viribus cordis" is translated by Arnaldus de Villa Nova and "Cantica" by Armegandus Blasii., Vol. 1: [52], 590, 583-982 p.; v. 2: [12], 437, [3] p.; v. 3: [304] p., Microfiche. New Canaan, Conn. : Readex Microprint, [1993]. 48 microfiches. (Landmarks II). s1993 ctun b
Beiträge zur Analyse der Empfindungen
von E. Mach., Includes bibliographic references.
Bernardini Baldi vrbinatis gvastallæ abbatis In mechanica Aristotelis problemata exercitationes : adiecta svccincta narratione de autoris vita [et] scriptis.
Signatures: ):(-):():(⁴ ):():():(² A-2A⁴ 2B² 2C⁴ [$3 (-):():():(2, 2B2) signed]., Title page in red and black., Headpieces; initials., Manuscript notations.
British phaenogamous botany : or, Figures and descriptions of the genera of British flowering plants
by W. Baxter ..., Includes errata at end of each vol., Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Calendarium.
Leaf [1a] (t.-p.): Avreus hic liber est: non est preciosior ulia.--Gema kalendario: quod docet istud opus ... Hoc Ioannes opus Regio de Monte probatum Composuit: tota notus in Italia.sd Quod Ueneta impressum fuit in tellure per illos Inferius quorum nomina picta loco. 1476. Bernardus Picor de Augusta, Petrus Loslein de Langeneen, Erhardus Ratdolt de Augusta., Printed in black and red. Leaves [19] and [32], containing diagrs. of instruments, are each made up of 2 leaves pasted together., Hain. Repertorium (with Copinger's Supplement) *13776. Brit. Mus. Cat. (XV cent) v, p. 243 (IB.20481), Diagrs. of eclipses painted yellow.
Calendarium.
Leaf [1a] (t.-p.): Avreus hic liber est: non est preciosior ulia.--Gema kalendario: quod docet istud opus ... Hoc Ioannes opus Regio de Monte probatum Composuit: tota notus in Italia.sd Quod Ueneta impressum fuit in tellure per illos Inferius quorum nomina picta loco. 1476. Bernardus Picor de Augusta, Petrus Loslein de Langeneen, Erhardus Ratdolt de Augusta., Printed in black and red. Leaves [19] and [32], containing diagrs. of instruments, are each made up of 2 leaves pasted together., Hain. Repertorium (with Copinger's Supplement) *13776. Brit. Mus. Cat. (XV cent) v, p. 243 (IB.20481), Diagrs. of eclipses painted yellow.