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Summula Caietani, S. Xisti, Cardinalis Illustrissimo, ordinis Prædicatorum.  Per auam Docta, Compendiose resoluta, atque secundum S. Sancti Oecumenici, & Generalis Concilij Tridentini, & canones, & capita castigatissima., CAJETAN, THOMAS.
1 CAJETAN, THOMAS. Summula Caietani, S. Xisti, Cardinalis Illustrissimo, ordinis Prædicatorum. Per auam Docta, Compendiose resoluta, atque secundum S. Sancti Oecumenici, & Generalis Concilij Tridentini, & canones, & capita castigatissima.
1584 Vellum Book Octavo, 10.1 x 14.9cm. Venice 
Luther Opponent Thomas Cajetan, on Sin and Confession, Venice, 1584

CAJETAN, THOMAS. Summula Caietani, S. Xisti, Cardinalis Illustrissimo, ordinis Prædicatorum. Per auam Docta, Compendiose resoluta, atque secundum S. Sancti Oecumenici, & Generalis Concilij Tridentini, & canones, & capita castigatissima. Additis (vt vocant) Summarijs, & copiosa rerum præcipuarum Indice. [woodcut device] Venetiis, Apud Dominicum Farreum. MDLXXXIIII. [1584] Octavo, 10.1 x 14.9cm. $650.00

Thomas Cajetan (Tommaso de Vio Cajetan, 1469-1534) Dominican cardinal, philosopher, theologian and exegete. "As General of his order (1508-18), Cardinal (1517), and Bishop of Gaeta (1519) he played an important part in ecclesiastical affairs, urging the cause of reform before the fathers of the Lateran Council of 1512, reasoning with Luther in 1518, contributing to the elections of the Emp. Charles V (1519) and the Pope Hadrian VI (1522) and opposing the projected divorce of Henry VIII (1430)...In philosophy and theology his acute but conservative Commentary on St. Thomas's 'Summa theologica' (1507-22) was the first monument of a great revival of Thomism in the 16th century, and remains to-day one of the chief classics of scholasticism. Finding that Humanists and Protestants alike were making polemical use of the Scriptures, he subsequently turned to Biblical exegesis, for which he sought the assistance of scholarly philologists; and his commentaries on the Bible contain much enlightened criticism of an unexpectedly 'modern' kind. To Clement VII he was the 'lamp of the Church,' and everywhere in his career, as the theological light of Italy, he was heard with respect and pleasure by cardinals, universities, the clergy, nobility, and people."--Cross: Oxford Dict. of the Christian Church, p.216. The Catholic Ency. presents Cajetan as "Always obedient, and submitting his works to ecclesiastical authority, he presented a striking contrast to the leaders of heresy and revolt, whom he strove to save from their folly."--Catholic Ency., 1913, II:147. "In 1518 he was sent as legate to the Diet of Augsburg, and to him, at the wish of the Saxon elector, was entrusted the task of examining and testing the teachings of Luther. Treatises of his own, written, without knowledge of Luther's theses, in 1517 show that Luther was justified in his assertion that on the doctrine of dispensation the Church had as yet arrived at no firmly established position; the doctrine of confession Cajetan seemed also to regard as a subject open on controversy. Yet more than investigator and thinker he was politician and prelate, and his appearance at Augsburg in all the splendor of ecclesiastical pomp only served to reveal him to Luther as the type of Roman curialist, hateful to Germans and German Christianity."--T. Kolde in New Schaff-Herzog. Ency. of Religious Knowledge II:338.

Bound early vellum, professionally restored with new vellum bottom half of spine and new vellum cords, new headband & tailband, early neat hand lettering on spine, early lettering on top page edges, contents with scattered light foxing, small marginal tear repaired; clean. Collation: *8, **8, A-Z8, Aa-Pp8. Last leaf is blank. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (3) dedication to Clement VII, (10) index, (1) blank, (16) repertorum alphabeticum, [1]-606pp, (2) blank. Not in OCLC. However OCLC lists 2 libraries with a Venice 1584 edition, but printed by Nicolini not Farreum. It is also 16mo and with different collation & pagination.

We offer Cajetan's work on sin and confession, in a somewhat scarce Venice 1584 imprint.
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Acta Colloquij Montis Belligartensis: Quod habitum est, Anno Christi 1586., COLLOQUY OF MOMPELGART.
2 COLLOQUY OF MOMPELGART. Acta Colloquij Montis Belligartensis: Quod habitum est, Anno Christi 1586.
1597 Bound contemporary vellum Book Quarto, 16.5 x 20.3cm Tubingen 
Colloquy of Mömpelgart, Tubingen, 1587, between Lutheran & Reformed. With inscription on front cover: "Wild Rice Polk Co., Minnesota 1880" and inside "To Prof. James N. Preus from his uncle J.C.K. Preus."

COLLOQUY OF MÖMPELGART. Acta Colloquij Montis Belligartensis: Quod habitum est, Anno Christi 1586. Fauente Deo Opt. Max Præside, Illustrissimo Principe ac Domino, Domino Friderico, Comite Wirtembergico et Mompelgatensi, &c. Inter Clarissimos Viros, D. Iacobum Andreæ, Præpositum & Cancellarium Academiæ Tubingensis: & D. Theodorum Bezam Professorem & Pastorem Genuensem, Authoritate Praedicti Principis Friderici, &c. nunc Anno Christi 1587. publicata. Haec acta Candide et bona fide consignata, vanissimos de hoc Colloquio sparsos rumores, inprimis vero Epistolam quandam, vanitatibus & calumnijs refertam, & typis excusam, abundè refutabunt. Cum Privilegio. Tubingæ, Per Georgium Gruppenbachium, Anno M.D.LXXXVII. [1587] quarto, 16.5 x 20.3cm. $1,500.00

There is a nice inscription in old pen on front cover that reads "Wild Rice Polk Co. Minnesota, 1880." There are three ownership inscriptions in the bottom right hand corner of the title page. The first is inked out so that it can not be read. The second is "M. Wilhelm Lüdovicus Ruoff. SS. Theol. Stud: 1604." The third reads: "A. K. Sagenius SS. Theol Stud. In Urbe Sancti Ludovici 1878." Then in pencil and on the recto of the front paste-down endpaper is "To/ Prof. James N. Preus From/ His uncle J C K Preus."

The Colloquy of Mömplegart was a disputation between Lutherans and Reformed at the castle of Mömpelgart(or French: Montbéliard) near the French border. It was occasioned by the incorporation of the county of Mömpelgart into the duchy of Württemburg by inheritance. A Calvinistic type of the Reformation had been established there in 1535, but the duke of Württemberg attempted to reorganize the church on the Lutheran model. To further this, he arranged the disputation--primarily between Beza on the Reformed side and Andreä on the Lutheran, even though others were also participants, including Lucas Osiander & Abraham Musculus. The points of controversy were (1) the Lord's Supper, (2) the person of Christ, (3) pictures and ceremonies, (4) baptism, and (5) election. Both parties claimed victory. Beza disputed the correctness of the Acta of Tübingen and defended himself in Latin and German. The only result of the dispute was a deepening of the differences between the parties.--A. Schweizer in The New Schaff-Herzog Ency. Religious Knowledge, 8:42. This is the Tübingen Acta. It is both an important and rare source document for the study of the history of the Reformation and Reformation theology. Bound in a handsome dated binding.

Bound contemporary vellum, vellum soiled some, lacks ties, paste-down endpapers with tears and no longer pasted down, light scattered foxing, scattered old underlining, light damp stain in bottom margin of all pages--it moves up into the side margins also on the last 200 pages. Woodcut initial letters as well as woodcut head & tail pieces.

Collation: a-c4, A-4C4. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (21) Fridericcvs Dei Gratia Comes Vvirtembergicvs et Mompelgartensis, (1) woodcuts, 1-575pp text, (1) errata. OCLC locates many copies in German & other European libraries. There are 13 US libraries with copies: NYPL; U. Iowa; Newberry Libr; U. Chicago; Ass. Mennonite Bibl. Sem.; Concordia Theol. Sem. Ft. Wayne; Harvard U.; Bethany Luth. Sem.; Luther Sem. Libr; U. Minn.; Princeton U.; U. of Penn.; Westminster Theol. Sem.; Columbia U.
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Corpvs et Syntagma Confessionvm Fidei qvae in Diversis Regnis et Nationibus..., LAURENTIUS,GASPAR.
3 LAURENTIUS,GASPAR. Corpvs et Syntagma Confessionvm Fidei qvae in Diversis Regnis et Nationibus...
1654 Editio Nova Bound full vellum Good book Quarto, 17.2 x 22.8 x 4.8cm Geneva, Switzerland 
“This rare and valuable book”–Philip Schaff:
Gaspar Laurentius' work on the Creeds of Christendom, Geneva, 1654


LAURENTIUS, GASPAR. Corpvs et Syntagma Confessionvm Fidei qvae in Diversis Regnis et Nationibvs, Ecclesiarvm nomine fuerunt authenticé editæ: in celeberrimis Conuentibus exhibitæ, publicáque auctoriatate comprobatæ. Qvibvs Annectitvf, in omnibvs Christianæ Religionis Articulis, Catholicvs Consensvs, ex Sententiie Veterum, qui Patres vocantur, desumptus. Confessionvm Envermerationem et Harmoniam atzue huius Catholici Veterum cum illis Consensus, ordinem indicant paginæ singularum partium huius Syntagmatis, in Tres Partes distributi. Edito Nova, In qua quid præstitum sit, odcet pagina sequens. [Woodcut device depicting winged angel with foot on skeleton at foot of cross] Genevæ, Sumptibus Petri Chouët. M.DC.LIV. [1654]. Quarto, 17.2 x 22.8 x 4.8cm. $375.00

Bound full vellum, vellum soiled, faded hand-written title, number 14 written top of spine, 19th century browned paper tag near bottom of spine, red page edges, 19th century library bookplate on front paste-down endpaper, A2 & A3 with folds along bottom margin--not trimmed to length with the rest of the book and stick down below the trim line if not folded, contents quite clean with scattered foxing, a small and light dampstain on the lower outside corner of some pages. Woodcut head & tail-pieces; woodcut initial letters.

Collation: ¶1, A2-3 [these two leaves belong with A1 & A4 that appear after Cc4--with the catchword & contents matching between this A3 and the A4 occuring after CC4], ¶2-4, ¶¶4, ¶¶¶4, ¶¶¶¶4, title leaf, [note: between this title leaf & this A, belong the A2-3 that are bound in after Cc4 below] A4 only, B-Z, Aa-Cc4, A1, A2-3 [these two leaves belong after ¶¶¶¶4 and title leaf, and in their place belong the A2-3 that appear right after the general title, as noted above], a4, B-T4, V3, X-Z4, Aa-Ii4, Kk3, a-h4, *4, A-Z4, Aa-Ff4, Dd1-2.

Pagination: (1) title, [2]-6, (30), 1-202; [1]-8, [9](mis-printed 6)-255, (1) blank, (6) indexes; [1]-64; (8), 1-232, (4) indexes.

I quote Philip Schaff who describes this work and gives a summary of its contents. Schaff lists it as the second work (after the Harmonia Confesssion Fidei Orthodixarum, et Reformatarum Ecclesiarum) under the headings: The Reformed Confessions; Literature; I. Collections of Reformed Symbols, in his Creeds of Christendom, I:354-55. "The first edition of this rare and valuable book was probably compiled by Gaspar Laurentius, who is not named on the title-page, but who signs himself in the dedicatory Epistle to Elector Frederick III. of the Palatinate, before the 'Orthodox Consensus' (in Part III.), and says, in the 'General Preface,' that he edited this Consensus a. 1595, and now (1612) in a much improved form. His object was the same as that of the Harmony, viz., to show the essential unity of the evangelical faith in the multiplicity and variety of Confessions which, as the Preface says, in the absence of conspiracy, only strengthen the harmony, and mutually illustrate and supplement each other, like many orthodox expositions of the Scriptures. The second edition, of which I have a copy, is a large quarto volume, consisting of three main parts, the several documents being paged separately. It contains the principal Reformed Confessions down to the Synod of Dort, three Lutheran Confessions, and several other documents, as follows: 1. The Harmonia sive Concordantia Confessionum Fidei per (xiii.) Articulos digesta, with the Symbolum Apostolicum, as the basis of a general consensus, supported by Scripture texts and references to the various Confessions of the collection (8 pp.); 2. Confessio Helvetica posterior, reprinted from a Zurich edition of 1651: 3. Confessio Helvetica prior (or Basileensis II.), 1536; 4. Confessio Basileensis I. (or Mylhusiana), 1532; 5. Confessio Gallica, from the Latin edition of 1566; 6. Confessio Anglicana, 1562; 7. Confessio Scotica of 1560, and the second of 1580; 8. Confessio Ecclesiarum Belgicarum, 1559; 9. Confessio Czengerina, the Hungarian Confession, 1570; 10. Confessio Polonica, or Consensus Poloniæ (Sendomirensis) 1570; 11. Confessio Argentinensis S. Tetrapolitana, 1531; 12. Confessio Angustana, from the Wittenberg edition of 1540; 13. Confessio Saxonica, s. Misnica, 1551; 14. Confessio Wirtembergica, 1552; 15. Confessio Illustrissimi Electoris Palatini, Friderici III., 1576; 16. Confessio Bohemica (the first of the two Bohemian Confessions, which was presented to King Ferdinand in 1535. It contains a Preface by Luther. The second was compiled 1575); 17. Consensus Ecclesiarum Majoris el Minoris Poloniæ, Lithuaniæ, etc., 1583. Appended: Acta et Conclusiones Synodi Generalis Thoruniensis; 18. Articuli Confessionis Basileensis of the year 1647; 19. Canones Synodi Dordrechtanæ, 1619; 20. Confessio Cyrilli Patriarchæ Constantinop., 1631; 21. Catholicus Consensus, viz., A Harmony of Christian Doctrine, compiled from the Scriptures and the writings of the Fathers, under the following heads: (a) On the Word of God as the Rule of Faith; (b) On God, the Trinitarian and Christological Doctrines; (c) On Divine Providence; (d) On the Head of the Church; (e) On Justification; (f) On Free Will, Original Sin, Election and Predestination; (g) On the Sacraments; (h) On Idolatry, the Worship of Images, etc.; (i) On the True Way of Worshiping and Serving God; (k) On the Church and the Ministry; (l) Resurrection and the Future State."
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Rupert of Deutz' Commentary on the Minor Prophets, Louvain, 1567, RUPERT, Abbot of Deutz.
4 RUPERT, Abbot of Deutz. Rupert of Deutz' Commentary on the Minor Prophets, Louvain, 1567
1566, 1567 Vellum Good Book Folio Louvain, Belgium 
Four titles by Rupert of Deutz:
Commentary on the Minor Prophets, Louvain, 1567
Commentary on the Song of Songs, Cologne, 1566
A Work on the Incarnation, Louvain, 1566
Exposition of the Ecclesiastical Year, Cologne, 1566.

Re the doctrine of the real presence in the Eucharist, both Rupert & Matin Luther were accused of holding the doctrine of impanation by the Roman Catholics. Rupert treats of this in his De Divinis Officiis, included in this collection.

RUPERT, Abbot of Deutz. Rvperti Abbatis Tvitiensis, Svmmi, Disertissimiqve Theologi, Sacris Dvmtaxat omni probantis, in XII. prophetas minores Commentariorum libri XXXII. ex veris primiscz originalibus, iterum atcz iterum recogniti, atque nunc tandem cum adnotationum ac scripturarum locis fideliter æditi. [7.8 x 11cm Arnold Birckman woodcut device with chicken & tree] Lovanii, Excudebat Seyuatius Sassennus, Expensis Viduæ, Arnoldi Birkmanni, Anno a Christo nato, M.D. LXVII. [1567] [Colophon dated 1551]. Cum gratia & Priuilegio. Folio. $1,200.00
Collation: **1-6, A-Z6, AA-KK6, MM4, NN6. Recto of last leaf blank, verso of the same with Birckman's woodcut device (6.3 x 9.1cm). (6) initial leaves then 213 numbered leaves followed by the final leaf, or (440)pp. Woodcut initial letters. Colophon reads: Impressa sunt nunc demum ex integro luculentissima Ruperti abbatis Tuitiensis, summi Theologi, summique viri in duodecim Prophetas minores Commentaria. Quæ ante annos quadringentos, posteris diligenter reuoluenda consecraauit. Impensis Viduæ Arnoldi Birckman. Anno Domini, M.D.L.I. Louanii.
OCLC locates 3 libraries in Spain with the 1567 edition, with only the U. Barcelona description mentioning the 1551 colophon,(Adams 938). 3 libraries locate the 1551 edition (Adams 937): St. Vincent Col.; Newberry Libr.; Nukat Union Catalog of Polish Libr.

RUPERT OF DEUTZ (c. 1070-1129) an important medieval theologian. "After teaching at Liége and Siegburg, he became abbot of Deutz, near Cologne, c. 1120. His writings include a treatise 'De Divinis Officiis', largely concerned to expound the ecclesiastical year , and several commentaries, notably one on the Twelve Prophets. Against the dialectic methods introduced into theology under the influence of Anselm of Laon and William of Champeauz, Rupert defended the more mystical theology traditional in the Benedictine Order, with its allegorical interpretation of Scripture. In his teaching on the Eucharist he held a doctrine which had affinities with that of Impanation, though it won little acceptance, even among his contemporaries"--Cross: Oxford Dict. Christian Church (1963), p.1188. Impanation was the name given to one of many modifications of the doctrine of the real presence "which arose in oppostion to the doctrine of transubstantiation. Rupert of Deutz is the father of the idea... He explains how God connects the real flesh and blood of Christ with the real brerad and wine in the Eucharist, without disturbing the substance of either... In the Period of the Reformation Carlstadt accused Osiander of holding the view of impanation; and same accusation was preferred by the Romanists in general against Luther, who denied it."--New Schaff-Herzog Ency. Rel. Knowl., V:464.
Essentially an allegorical exegete and a poet, Rupert of Deutz can scarcely be said to possess a formal dogmatic system. Dogmatic problems indeed, are touched on only in the course of his exegesis, and receive varying answers, in consequence of the varying context; and thus it became possible for the most divergent views to be held concerning his actual position. On the other hand, he appealed constantly to the Bible, and to it alone, so that his view of the universe and his concepts of God and of the world must be drawn from his exegesis. He regarded the Bible in all three senses: literal, allegorical, and moral. In each point of his interpretation the Scriptures were present to his vision as a whole, forming for him a single sentence of many clauses, each word, each syllable, each letter of and for the one thought. The whole system of his interpretation centers about Christlology. At the creation the incarnation was already provided for, and the divine command that man should multiply as designed to fill the city of God. In his Christology, moreover, Rupert strongly insisted on the perfect blending of the human and divine natures in Christ; and from his Christology his views concerning the means of grace, especially the Eucharist, become plain....there has been much question whether the eucharistic doctrine of Rupert was orthodox or not, his editor, J. Cochlæus, followed by the Maurists, affirming it, while Bellamine denied it. In the first place, since he regarded the Church as essentially the mystery of the body of Christ, little room was left for the Eucharist... passages may be cited from his writings which seem, at first blush, to imply that he taught that the elements merely represented the body and blood of Christ... The deviations and the inconsistencies of Rupert were those of his age, nor can he be judged by a norm suited neither to him nor his period. It is far more important to know that he was, in his teachings, a mirror of the Church of the twelfth century."--R. Rocholl in New Schaff-Herzog Ency. Rel. Knowl. X:115.
We offer this bound volume of four of his works: 1) Commentary on the Minor Prophets. 2) Commentary on the Song of Songs. 3) A Work on the Incarnation. 4) Exposition of the Ecclesiastical Year.

Descriptions of the remaining 3 titles bound with:

RUPERT, Abbot of Deutz. Rvperti Abbatis Monasterii Tvitiensis Ordinis Sancti Benedicti, Theologi, Antiqvi ac Pane Clarissimi, in Cantica Canticorum, de incarnatione Domini, Commentariorum libri VII. à multis sæculis in hunc vsque diem maximè desiderati, multocq[ue] labore ac sumptu nunc iterum atque iterum excusi. [Birckman's chicken & tree woodcut device, 8.4 x 12cm] Coloniæ Agrippinæ apud hæredes Arnoldi Birkmanni. Anno Salutis 1566. Folio.
Collation: a1-4, a-e6, f-g4; last leaf blank. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (5) index, (1) blank, (3) prologvs, 1-72 commentariorvm, (2) blank. OCLC locates only Emory U. for this 1566 edition. Bound with:

RUPERT, Abbot of Deutz. Rvperti Abbatis Tvitiensis, De Victoria Verbi Dei, Libri Tredecim. [Birckman's chicken & tree woodcut device, 7.7 x 11.2cm] Lovanii. Excudebat Seruatius Sassenus, Expensis Viduæ Arnoldi Birckmanni, Anno à Christo nato, M.D.LXVI. [1566] Cum Gratia & Priuilegio. Folio.
Collation: *4, A-N6; last leaf with device only on verso. (4) preliminary leaves, followed by numbered leaves and (1) device leaf, i.e., (164)pp. Colophon reads: Finiunt hic tredecim libri de victoria verbi Dei, per reuerendum patrem, dominum Rupertum Abbatem Tuyitiensem (qui sub Henrico quinto, Anno Domini, M.C.xxiii. floruit) compositi. OCLC locates Emory Univ, Pitts Theol. Libr.; Lora College; St. Vincent College; and in Europe: Seminari Episcoal (Spain); Universtat TSBibliothek Maoeuchen; Biblioteca Univesitat de Barcelona.
Bound with:

RUPERT, Abbot of Deutz. Rvperti Abbatis Monasterii Tuvitiensis, E Regione Coloniæ Agrippinaæ, Ordinis Sancti Benedicti, viri & vitæ sanctimonia, & sacrarum literarum peritia præckarum De Diuinis Officijs. Libri Duodecim. [Birckman's chicken & tree woodcut device 8.4 x 12cm] Coloniæ Agrippinæ Apud hæredes Arnoldi Birckmanni. Anno Salutis 1566. Folio.
Collation: a1-8, A-P6, Q3; lacking final blank--possibly with the printer's device on it. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (13) index, (1) blank, (3) epistola, (2) prologvs, 1-181pp. Colophon bottom of p.181 reads: Rvperti Abbatis Tvitiensis, Ante Qvadringgentos annos defuncti, de diuinis officiis, libri duodecim, Apud heredes Arnoldi Birckmanni, iam quartò in lucem editi. 1557. OCLC locates, holding the 1566 edition: Emory Univ; St. Vincent College; and in Spain: Seminari Episcopal; Biblioteca Universitat de Barcelona.

Bound original vellum over boards newly rebacked with vellum spine and corners and red gilt title label, removed tape scars on original vellum hinge edge of covers, soiled and scuffed, author & title written in contemporary hand in large letters on bottom page edges, original paste-down endpapers with small pieces lacking revealing old MSS leaf pasted underneath, new free endpapers, dampstain bottom corner of pages with deterioration of paper for about 2cm on the first dozen leaves, large but light dampstain on top of all pages, pages a bit wavy, light to medium foxing. 3 x 4.7cm oval armorial stamp at bottom of title.
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Amici usque ad Aram, seu Vinculum Mortuale inter DD. Sodales Congreati, SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
5 SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY Amici usque ad Aram, seu Vinculum Mortuale inter DD. Sodales Congreati
1681 Bound full vellum Book 24mo, 7.8 x 12.9cm. Dilligen, Germany 
Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Dillingen, Germany, 1681


SODALITY OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, DILLINGEN, GERMANY. Amici usque ad Aram, seu Vinculum Mortuale inter DD. Sodales Congreationis Bea-tissima Virginis Annuntiata ex Foedere Mariano Elvaci inchoatum Anno M.DC.LXIV. Renovatum Ad Titulare Annuntiatio-nis Festum Anno M.DC.LXXXI. Dillinga, Cum facultate Superiorum. Typis Joannis Caspari Bencard, Bibliopola Academici. Per Fridericum Severinum Groch. 24mo, 7.8 x 12.9cm.

Bound full vellum with decorative tool around edges of covers that includes hearts, small design at each corner, vellum soiled some, 1cm broken off top corner of rear cover, there is what appears to be silverfish damage to both paste-down endpapers, paper repairs using archival rag paper on front free endpaper, title, A2 and A12; frontispiece remounted, light foxing.

Collation: frontispiece leaf, A1-12. Not in OCLC neither did I find it in various German union catalogs.

Contents consists of lists of supporters of the Sodality, divided into three parts: first ecclesiastical persons with the name, title and town (98 names). Second are secular persons, again with name title and town (50 names). Finally, "Defuncti" organized under date (60 names). "The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary was founded in 1563 at Rome in the Roman College of the Society of Jesus. The actual founder was John Leunis... in the afternoon when school was over...Leunis gathered together...the most zealous of his pupils for prayer and pious exercises, especially for devotions in houour of the Blessed Virgin... The sodality was placed under the special protection of the Blessed Virgin, and the object was declared to be personal perfection in virtue and study, as well as works of charity and zeal for souls."--Catholic Ency. XIV:128. In 17th century Dillingen, Germany, "In order to foster a truly religious spirit among the students and to secure the faithful performance of their duties, a large and a small sodality were were organized besides one for the religious. It was at Dillingen that the first sodality of the Blessed Virgin was established in Upper Germany; the sodality carried on an active correspondence with the original sodality, the B.V. Annuntiatæ in Rome, and with various local organizations."--ibid, IV:796b
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6 WALCH, JOHANN GEORG. Philosophisches Lexicon, Darinnen Die in allen Theilen der Philosphie, als Logic, Metaphysic, Physic, Pneumatic, Ethic, naturlichen Theologie und Rechts=Gelehrsamkeit
1740 Bound in original vellum faded remains of early & more recent lettering on spine, vellum soiled some, red page edges, soiled spot on back side of frontispiece, light foxing. book Very thick octavo, 14.5 x 21.5 x 8.6cm. Leipzig, Verlegts Joh. Friedrich Gleditschens 
WALCH, JOHANN GEORG. Philosophisches Lexicon, Darinnen Die in allen Theilen der Philosphie, als Logic, Metaphysic, Physic, Pneumatic, Ethic, naturlichen Theologie und Rechts=Gelehrsamkeit, wie auch Politic furkommenden Materien und Kunst=Worter erklaret, und aus der Historie erlautert; die Streitigkeiten der altern und neuern Philosophen erzehlet, die dahin gehorigen Bucher und Schrifften angefuret, und alles nach Alphabetischer Ordnung vorgestellet worden, Mit nothigen Registern versehen und herausgegeben von Johann Georg Walch, der Heil Schrifft Doctor. und P.P. auf der Universitat Jena. Zweyte verbesserte und mit denen Leben alter und neur Philosophen vermehrte Auflange. Leipzig, Verlegts Joh. Friedrich Gleditschens, 1740. Very thick octavo, 14.5 x 21.5 x 8.6cm. Bound in original vellum, faded remains of early & more recent lettering on spine, vellum soiled some, red page edges, soiled spot on back side of frontispiece, light foxing. Engraved portrait of Walch as frontispiece, title printed in red and black, 2 charts in text, text set double columns, columns numbered, not pages. Collation: frontispiece, title leaf, 1 unsigned leaf, )(3-7, )()(8, )()()(2, A-Ggg8; half-title leaf, A2-8, B-Aaa8, Bbb6; half-title leaf, a2-8, b-e8, f4, last leaf blank.. Pagination: frontispiece leaf then pages: (1) title, (1) blank, (1) Dem Durchlauchtigsten Fursten, (1) blank, (5) Durchlauchtigster Hertzog, (3) Vorrede Der Neuen Auflage, (22) Vorrede, 1-3048 columns (i.e., 1524pp), (87)pp indexes; (1) half-title Anhang, (1) blank, 5-172 numbered column (i.e., 84pp.). Johann Georg Walch(1693-1775) professor of philosophy and then theology at Jena. He wrote extensively on theology and took part in the philosophic movements of his time. Though adhering to orthodox Lutheran do 
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