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veiling / Auction 27 - Session I Children's books, Paper Toys, Manuscripts, Old Books, Militaria / 710-731 Old Books 17th-19th Century: Law
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Hugo Grotius. Three titles: (1) De Imperio summarum potestatum circa Sacra

Commentarius posthumus. Paris, n.publ., 1647, (24),391,(13 index) p., contemp. overlapping vellum, sm. 8vo.
Wormholed/ dam. in lower outer corner of the first few quires. Library stamp and old owner's entry on first free endpaper and owner's entry dated "Anno 1647 1 decembr." on title-p. Bookblock loosening (pastedowns detached from covers). Ter Meulen & Diermanse, B.G. 894; Servaas van Rooyen, p. 183; Wolffenbüttel no. 47. The original edition, published posthumously. The book was written as early as 1614, publisher Blaeu offered to publish it in 1616. Grotius mentioned this work often in his letters. The work strongly emphasizes the sovereignty of the state with respect to ecclesiastical power. It was placed on the indexes of 1658 an 1753. Spinoza had the book in his possession and adopted ideas in his Tractatus theologico-politicus (1670).. (2) De jure belli ac pacis libri tres (...). Ex altera recensione Joannis Barbeyracii (...). Amst., apud Janssonio-Waesbergios, 1735, 3 parts in 2 vols., (24),XXXIX,(5),534; (2),539-1040; 43 (Mare Liberum etc.),(85 index) p., w. engr. portrait and frontisp., contemp. unif. marbled sheepskin, gilt spine w. 2 contrast. mor. letterpieces. Occ. foxed/ sl. browned (incl. engravings). Minor defects to bindings, an attractive set. -and (3) 1 other by the same. (total 3)
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