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Two hundred copies on small paper and 

fifty copies on large paper 

privately printed for 

WILLIAM VII DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE 

Number /i^ Small Paper 

presented to 



CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY 
AT CHATSWORTH 



CATALOGUE 
OF THE LIBRARY AT 

CHATSWORTH 




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PRINTED AT THE CHISWICK PRESS 

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CHATSWORTH. 

SHORT historical notice of Chats- 
worth, and the gradual formation of 
its Library may not be without in- 
terest as a Preface to the foUowit^ 
i Catalogue. 

The Manor of Chatsworth, in the 
hundred of High Peak, in Derby- 
shire, was acquired by the Cavendish family' by purchase 
before the middle of the sixteenth century. 

In the Domesday Survey CheteSUORDE' is r^stered as 
held for the king by William Peurel,* an illegitimate son of 
the Conqueror, and the ancestor of a family, whose name 
Sir Walter Scott has made familiar. 
When we next hear of it, Chatsworth was in the possession 
' The House of Cavendish are of Norman descent ; their ancestor 
was Robert de Gemon, who came over with William the Conqueror, 
and in reward of his services had giants of several lordships in Suffolk 
and Essex. One of his lineal descendants, Roger, in the beginning 
of the fourteenth century married the daughter and heiress of John 
Patton, lord of the Manor of Ca-vendiih in Suffolk, fi-om which their 
sons assumed the name of Cavendish. Collins: "Memoirs of the 
noble Family of Cavendish," London, 1741. 

' Originally the name was probably CheleUfird, from CheUl, a Saxoa 
name. 

* In Langeleis 7 Chetesuorde. ftbF Leuanot 7 CheteL x. bou fre 
adgtd. Tra. x. bou. fi jacet ad Ednesoure. W. peurel custodit p regfi. 
Dom. Book, 1783, vol. L p. 373. 



vi HISTORICAL NOTICE 

of the Leche family, in whose hands it remained for several 
generations until sold by Francis Leche to the Agards early 
in the sixteenth century. 

The Agards did not long hold it ; Elizabeth Hardwick, 
better known as " Bess of Hardwick," had inherited vast 
territorial possessions in Derbyshire, and at her desire, as 
Collins writes, Sir William Cavendish, her second husband, 
sold his estates in the southern parts of England to purchase 
lands in Derbyshire, where her own friends and kindred 
lived/ 

Chief of such new purchases was Chatsworth ; soon after it 
became his. Sir William pulled down the old hall of the 
Leches and laid the foundation of a new house, which 
remained unfinished at his death in 1557/ 

Three sons and several daughters survived him. William, 
the second son, was distinguished for his eminent abilities. 
He took his seat in Parliament for Newport in the 31st 
year of Queen Elizabeth, and in 1605 ^^s raised to the 
peerage as Baron Cavendish of Hardwick by James I. On 
the death of his elder brother Henry in 1616, he succeeded 
to the Chatsworth estates, and soon afterwards, in 161 8, 
was created Earl of Devonshire. The third son, Charles, 
was father to William, Duke of Newcastle, who distinguished 
himself as a Cavalier General during the Civil Wars and as 
author of a splendid work on horsemanship.' 

' Collins : " Memoirs of the noble Family of Cavendish,** p. 138. 

' Collins says that Sir William was Cardinal Wolsey's secretar>', 
and the author of " The Negotiations of Thomas Wolsey, the great 
Cardinal of England," of which Lord Herbert, in his life of Henry VI 1 1., 
mentioned George Cavendish to be the author. But the late Rev. J. 
Hunter, in a pamphlet, "Who wrote Cavendish's Life of Wolsey," 
printed privately in 18 14. and reprinted in Singer's edition of Wolsey's 
life, has shown that the Cardinal's secretary and biographer was not 
Sir William, but, as Lord Herbert had said, his elder brother, George 
Cavendish. 

' " La Mdthode et invention nouvellc de dresser les chcvaux. An- 



OF CHATSWORTH. vii 

Sir William's widow, Elizabeth, after some years accepted 
the hand of Sir William St Lo, Captain of the Guard to 
Queen Elizabeth, and after his death became Countess of 
Shrewsbury by her marriage with George Talbot, the sixth 
earl and her fourth husband, whom she survived.^ She 
continued and finished on a much larger scale than Sir 
William Cavendish had planned, the new hall at Chats- 
worth,' which soon acquired historical interest. Mary Queen 
of Scots was there held prisoner under the custody of the 
Earl of Shrewsbury from May, 1570, to April, 1571, and 
again for a short time in 1573, 1S78, 1579, 2i"d 1581. Her 
first letter from Chatsworth, dated the 31st of May, 1570, 
is addressed to the Due de Nemours ; her last letter from 
the same place was written to Pope Gregory XIII. on 
the 31st of July, 1581. The rooms which in the present 
building answer to the apartment occupied by her — they 
are in the upper story of the east wing and look upon the 
quadrangle — still retain her name, though their furniture has 
been removed to Hardwick Hall. A raised massive con- 
struction of stone in the Park, surrounded by a moat, where 
according to tradition she was wont to go to breathe fresh 
air, is called to this day "Queen Mary's Bower."* 

It was in the old house at Chatsworth and in the hall at 

vers, 1557, foL" First edition, often reprinted. For English editions 
of it, see Catal., voL i. p. 344. 

* Hobbes sang her praises : — 

... At quota pars ea laudis Eliza; 
Salopicse ? qus multa et magna palatia struxit ; 
Magnas divitias, magnamque bonamque paravit 
Famam ; quse magnos sibi conciliavit amicos, 
Omavitque humiles ; multam, magnamque reliquit 
Prolem . . . " De Mirabilibus Pecci." 

" Magna palatia " were Chatsworth, Hardwick, Oldcotes, Welbeck, and 
Bolsover. 

• Woodcut, vol. iv. p. I. ^ Woodcut, vol. iv. p. 113. 



vui HISTORICAL NOTICE 

' Hardwick that Thomas Hobbes of Malmesbury spent most 
of his life. At the age of twenty he was engaged by William, 
first Earl of Devonshire, as tutor to his sons, Gilbert who 
died young, and William, afterwards second Earl ; after the 
death of the latter, his son William, third Earl of Devon- 
shire, was also placed under Hobbes' care. Hobbes died at 
Hardwick Hall on the 4th of December, 1679, at the age of 
ninety-one, a few days after he had gone there from Chats- 
worth with the Earl and Countess of Devonshire for the 
Christmas holidays. The manuscripts of all his works and 
correspondence are still preserved at Hardwick. His Latin 
poem " De Mirabilibus Pecci " contains the following de- 
scription of the Hall and Park at Chatsworth : — 

Alpibus Angliacis, ubi Pecci ' nomine surgit 

Darbensis r^o, monies ad sidera toUens, 

Foecundasque rigans non uno fiumine valles, 

Stat Chatsworth praeclara domus, tum mole superba, 

Turn domino, magnis, celerem Deroentis ' ad undam. 

Miranti similis portam praeterfluit amnis, 

Hie tacitus, saxis infra supraque sonorus. 

At mons terga domus rapidis defendit ab Euris, 

Ostendens longe exertis juga consita saxis, 

Prsesectoque die producens tempora somni. 

Summovet a tergo rupes gratissimus hortus, 

Pinguis odoratis ubi tellus fioribus halat ; 

Arbor ubi in mediis silvis sibi libera visa, 

Dat fructus injussa suos, ubi frondea tecta 

Arboreis praebent invito frigora sole 

Porticibus, potiora tuae, Maro, tegmine fagi ; 

Ars ubi, dissimulans artem, simulavit (ineptos 

Consocians ferro lapides guttaque peresos) 

Informes scopulos, et frigida fontibus antra. — 



Quam dulce est, inter circumque nitentia stagna, 
Instemente vias aestiva semper arena, 
Discipulum memet naturae tradere rerum ; 
Aut domino exiguum meditari carmine munus, 
£t multum Musis describere rura rogatis. 

» The Peak. ' The Dcrwcnt. 




OF CHATSWORTH. ix 

Commodiore loco non usquam habitare, nee usquam 
Candidiore frui Musae censentur amico. 
Hinc ad tecta, solo surgente, ascenditur : extra, 
Augusta aspectu, sublimia, regia ; et intra 
Commoda, culta, capacia, splendida, ditia tecta.^ 

A more detailed description of Chatsworth as it was in 
his days is to be found in Charles Cotton's poem, " The 
Wonders of the Peak," of which we only give a few lines : — 

This Palace, with wild prospects girded round, 

Stands in the middle of a falling ground. 

At a black mountain's foot, whose craggy brow, 

Secures from eastern tempests all below. 

Under whose shelter trees and flowers grow, 

With early blossom, maugre native snow ; 

Which elsewhere round a tyranny maintains. 

And binds crampt nature long in crystal chains. 

The fabrick's noble front faces the west, 

Turning her fair broad shoulders to the east ; 

On the south side the stately gardens lye. 

Where the scom'd Peak rivals proud Italy ; 

And on the north sev'ral inferior plots 

For servile use do scattered lye in spots ; 

The outward gate stands near enough, to look 

Her oval front in the objected brook ; 

But that she has better reflection 

From a large mirror nearer of her own. 

For a fair lake, from wash of floods unmixt, 

Before it lies, an area spread betwixt. 

Over this pond, opposite to the gate, 

A bridge of a quaint structure, strength and state. 

Invites you to pass over it.' 

Bess of Hardwick's hall at Chatsworth was almost en- 
tirely pulled down by her great great grandson, William, 
fourth Earl and first Duke of Devonshire. William's life was 
a stirring one, even for the eventful times in which it fell. 
Bom in 1640 he travelled abroad, when very young, with 

* Hobbes, Opera quae latine scripsit omnia, studio et labore G. 
Molesworth, vol. v. pp. 335-26. 
' Cotton : ''The Wonders of the Peak," London, 1683. 



X HISTORICAL NOTICE 

Dr. Killigrew, afterwards Master of the Savoy. On his 
return he bore Charles If.'s train at his coronation, took the 
degree of Master of Arts at Oxford in 1663, and in 1665 
joined the fleet as a volunteer, in which capacity he was 
engaged in the action in which the Duke of York defeated 
the Dutch. In 1669 he accompanied Montagu on his 
embassy to France, and there met with an adventure, which 
we tell in the words of Collins : — 

" Whilst he was at Paris he was most rudely affronted 
at an opera by three officers of the King's guard, who came 
full of wine upon the stage. One of them coming up to 
him, with a very insulting question, my lord gave him a 
severe blow on the face, upon which they all drew, and 
pushed hard upon him. He got his back against one of 
the screens, and made a stout defence, receiving several 
wounds, till a sturdy Swiss of my Lord Ambassador Mon- 
tagu's caught him up in his arms and threw him over the 
stage into the pit. In his fall one of his arms was caught 
upon an iron spike, which tore out the flesh, and left a scar 
very visible to his dying day. The assailants were clapped 
up by the King's command, and not released till my lord 
himself interceded for them." * 

Till the death of his father in 1684 he represented the 
county of Derby in Parliament, and afterwards took a lead- 
ing part in the events which led to the Revolution, and by 
his weight and influence contributed largely to its success. 
It was at a cottage inn, known as the " Cock and Pynot," 
on Whittington Moor, not far from Chatsworth, that he. 
Lord Danby, John d'Arcy and others met and planned 
their scheme. The chair on which the Earl of Devonshire 
sat on that occasion is still preserved at Hardwick as an 
historical relic. In 1694 William III. created him Duke of 

* Collins : Memoirs, &c., p. 157. 



OF CHA TS WOR TH. xi 

Devonshire. He was a man of letters as well as a politician, 
and the author of " The Charms of Liberty," a poem occa- 
sioned by the " T^l^maque " of F^n^lon, whose personal 
friend he was. " In wealth and influence," says Macaulay, 
"he was second to none of the English nobles, and the 
general voice designated him as the finest gentleman of 
his time. His magnificence, his taste, his talents, his clas- 
sical learning, his high spirit, the grace and urbanity of his 
manners were admitted by his enemies. . . No man had 
done more or risked more for England during the crisis 
of her fate. . . He had stood near Russell at the bar, 
had parted from him on the sad morning of the execution 
with close embraces and with many bitter tears, nay, had 
offered to manage an escape at the hazard of his own life." ^ 

It was in 1688 that he began the erection of the present 
magnificent house, which was not finished till shortly before 
his death in 1707. The architect, William Talman, under 
the direction of Sir Christopher Wren, adopted the Palladian 
style of architecture, as may be seen from the west front, 
which still remains as it was when finished in 1702.* Some 
parts of the old hall were retained and incorporated in the 
new square building, such as the central hall and the long 
gallery in the east wing, which is the present large library. 
The cascade and most of the fountains in the gardens 
were constructed at the same time. The massive and ex- 
tensive stables are of a later date ; they were built by the 
fourth Duke in the latter half of the last century. 

The last alterations in the house, and the last additions 
on a lai|^e scale were made between 1820- 1840 by William, 
sixth and late Duke of Devonshire, from the designs of Sir 
Jeffrey Wyatt and under his direction. The chief entrance, 

' Macaulay's " History of England,'' voL ii. p. 33, and voL iii. p. 33. 
' Woodcut, vol ii. p. iii. 



xii HISTORICAL NOTICE 

which had previously been from the west, was now turned 
to the north. The new handsome gate was erected,* and 
to the old square house was added a long wing projecting 
in a north-westerly direction, in which are the great dining- 
room, the sculpture gallery, the orangery, the ball-room 
and the offices. The following inscription on a marble 
slab, in the central hall, commemorates the completion of 
these alterations : — 

Aedes has paternas dilectissintas 

Anno libertatis Anglica MDCLXXXVIII. institutas 

GUL. S. Dux Devonle anno mdcccxl kaeres accepit 

Anno mceroris sui MDCCCXL. perfecit, 

"Anno maeroris sui" alludes to the death in that year of 
his niece, Blanche, wife to William, Earl of Burlington, now 
seventh Duke of Devonshire. 

Great changes were also made in the gardens, under the 
direction of the chief gardener. Sir Joseph Paxton. It was 
in a conservatory built here in 1849 to contain the water- 
lily Victoria Regia^ that Paxton first introduced the principle, 
which he afterwards employed on a gigantic scale in the 
Crystal Palace built for the Great Exhibition of 1851.* 

The chief treasure of this historical house, of which we 
have endeavoured to give a short notice, is the library 
formed by the taste and learning of several generations of 
the Cavendish family. It still contains a few books, which 
from their date, the style of their old and worn binding, 
and the initials " W. C." on their sides, may be inferred to 
have belonged to Sir William Cavendish. A copy of Vitru- 
viuSf de Architectural Argentorati, 1550, bears his autograph, 

* Woodcut, vol. ii. p. 161. 

* For a more detailed account of Chatsworth and its grounds, see 
Mr. L. Jewitt's Chatsworth, Buxton, 1872. 



OF CHATSWORTH, xiii 

dated 1 5 57, the very year of his death, whilst he was engaged 
in building a new house on his recent acquisition.^ 

William, the first Earl, was one of the earliest of those 
adventurers who settled a colony and plantation in Virginia. 
On the discovery of the Bermudas he obtained, with the 
Earls of Northampton and Pembroke and others, a grant 
of these islands from the King. Most of the books and 
pamphlets in the library, which give the earliest accounts 
of Virginia, the Bermudas and America, are traceable to 
him. Some of them were formerly at Hardwick. 

Gilbert, his eldest son, who died before his father at an 
early age, wrote a book entitled, " Hora SubsecivcBy' which 
was printed without his name in 1620, and has often been 
attributed to Edward Blount. A copy of it is in the library, 
on the title-page of which is written " By Mr. Cavendysh."* 

The younger son, William, second Earl, who travelled 
abroad under the tutorship of Hobbes, survived his father 
only three years, and died in 1628, leaving four children by 
his wife Christian, daughter of Lord Bruce of Kinloss. He 
was very conversant with foreign languages, and some old 
French and Italian books in the library were collected by him. 

William, his son and third Earl, also received tuition 
from Hobbes, and travelled with him in France and Italy 
from 1634 to 1637. He was "bred to books," and many of 
the early editions of the classics, as well as of French and 
Italian works bear his book-plate, showing that they were 
collected by him during his long life. 

He died in 1684, and was succeeded by his son William, 
fourth Earl, and afterwards first Duke of Devonshire. After 
the short notice already given of his learning and accomplish- 
ments, it is hardly necessary to say that he added largely to 

* Catal., vol iv. p. loi. 

' Catal., vol. i. p. 218, voL iv. p. 344; Wood, Ath. Oxon., vol. iii. 
p. 1 1 96 of Bliss's edition; Collins's Memoirs, &c., p. 143. 



xiv HISTORICAL NOTICE 

the family library. Many of the finest books, especially 
large paper copies, and those fine books in De Thou's bind- 
ing, which are so much admired in the library, were col- 
lected by him. 

William, his son and successor, who married a daughter of 
William Lord Russell, was a patron of the fine arts, and a 
distinguished numismatist. The rarest gem at Chatsworth, 
the Liber Veritatis^ or collection of original designs by 
Claude Lorrain, was bought by him. Claude was in the 
habit of taking a faithful sketch of every landscape he 
painted, with the double object of not repeating himself, 
and of knowing more easily the copies or imitations of his 
paintings which his enemies or dealers sold as his. On the 
back of each sketch he noted in his handwriting the date 
of the painting and the person for whom it was painted. 
These sketches he kept in a book which he called*Z/^ri^ di 
Veritdf and which at his death in 1682 he left entailed to 
his nephew and nieces. Louis XIV. tried in vain to buy 
it through Cardinal d'Estr^es, his ambassador at Rome. 
The Duke, however, after considerable difficulty, succeeded 
in securing possession of this invaluable work as soon as 
the entail came to an end, and the last owner was able to 
dispose of it.* 

The old gems known as "The Devonshire Gems," the 
drawings by the old masters, which are now arranged in 
the south gallery of the second floor, the rich series of 
prints by Mantegna, Marc Antonio, Albert Diirer, Rem- 
brandt, Callot, and other early engravers," and most of 
the books on numismatics and the fine arts, in which the 
library is rich, were collected by him. Maittaire, in de- 

' Dezallier d'Argenville, ''Abr^g^ de la Vie des plus fameux 
Peintres," vol. iv. p. 59. 

* It is intended to print a Catalogue of the collection of drawings and 
prints. 



OF CHATSWORTH. xv 

scribing a very rare edition of Claudianus De Raptu Proser- 
pincB^ praises him for the facilities he afforded of examin- 
ing rare books in his choice library.' 

William, third Duke and Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, was 
also a man of letters and a collector of books ; he bought 
lai^ely at the sales of the libraries of Colbert, Baluze, Uilen- 
broek, Du Fay, Count Hoym, and others, which took place in 
his lifetime. 

Very valuable additions to the library were also made 
by the fourth Duke, William, whose marriage with Char- 
lotte, daughter and heiress of Richard Boyle, Earl of Bur- 
lington and Cork, and Baroness Clifford in her own right, 
brought Chiswick, Lismore in Ireland, Bolton Abbey, and 
all the Burlington and Clifford property to the Cavendish 
family. The precious Benedictional of St Ethelwold, the 
Prayer Book of Henry VII., the original drawings and 
masks by Inigo Jones, the large paper copies of several 
works on architecture, came from the Boyles. 

Several books in magnificent old red morocco binding 
and the Lamoignon arms were bought in Paris by the fifth 
Duke at the sale of the Bibliotheca Lamoniana. 

But the greatest additions were made by William-Spencer, 
sixth and late Duke, who is justly entitled to be called the 
founder of the Chatsworth Library in its present form. He 
had imbibed a taste for literature and books from his mother, 
Lady Georgiana Spencer, '* the beautiful Duchess " of Devon- 
shire, whose exquisite beauty Sir Joshua Reynolds handed 
on canvas to posterity, and from his uncle Geoi^e John, 
second Earl Spencer, who formed what is perhaps the finest 
private library in existence. 

* ^ Hunc vidi librum in lectissima ducis Devonise bibliotheca, cujus 
adeundae copiam mihi sepe dat vir ille praenobilis et perhumanus.'' — 
Ann, Typogr,^ torn. i. 17 19, p. 383. This edition of Claudianus is not 
in the Library at present ! 



xvi HISTORICAL NOTICE 

The beautiful Duchess was one of the most accomplished 
ladies of her time ; her poem, " The Passage of the Saint 
Gothard," was translated into French by Delille and into 
Italian by Polidori, and splendidly printed by Bulmer in 
1803. She was almost as fond of fine editions and large 
paper copies as her brother ; to caricature his fondness of 
lai^e margins she had six copies of Bensley's edition of 
Bacon's "Essays," 1798, printed off on very large paper 
with six inches margin all round. The Aldine " Petrarca " 
on vellum in the library, with illuminations by Giulio 
Clovio, was bought and presented to her by Lord Spencer 
in return for the permission to choose some early editions 
out of the books at Devonshire House. 

Soon after succeeding to the dukedom in 181 1, and while 
still very young, William-Spencer, by the advice of Mr. 
Payne, the bookseller, offered ;^2o,ooo, exclusively of ex- 
penses of freight and duty, for the purchase of Count 
McCarthy's collection. The offer was declined,^ but the Duke 
was soon able to indulge his love for books by the purchase 
of the Dampier library. Thomas Dampier, Bishop of Ely, 
was one of the most learned bibliophiles of his day. He 
collected a large library, chiefly of rare editions of the Greek 
and Latin classics, of which the choicer part was sold after 
his death in 18 12, by his brother. Sir Thomas Dampier, to 
the Duke of Devonshire for ;^io,ooo, on a valuation made 
by Mr. Payne and Mr. Evans. 

The Duke afterwards bought largely at the sales of the 

Stanley, Home Tooke, Townley, Edwards, and Roxburghe 

libraries, which came into the market between 181 3 and 

181 5. The prices given at those sales for some of the books 

he purchased will be found at the end of this Catalogue; 

> The McCarthy collection was brought to London and sold by 
auction for 404,000 francs, from which, after deducting freight and 
duty, there remained about ;^ 13,000 ! 



OF CHATSWORTH. xvii 

they are of interest as showing the fluctuation in the prices 
of books. 

His last important acquisition was John Kemble's collec- 
tion of plays, which he bought in 1821 for £2flOO. This 
collection was for some years at Chatsworth, whence, for the 
sake of reference by living authors and bibliophiles, it was 
removed to Devonshire House in London. 

In 18 1 5, with a view to the formation of a great library at 
Chatsworth, by uniting there most of the books that were 
scattered among his several houses, he began to adapt 
the long gallery in the east wing for that purpose, by 
having the painted panels replaced by mahogany book- 
cases. A sitting-room on the ground floor at the north- 
western end of the house was also converted into a library. 
Upon the completion of these alterations, the collec- 
tion formerly at Devonshire House, the Dampier library, 
and the library which had belonged to Henry Cavendish, 
the eminent chemist and philosopher, were removed to 
Chatsworth, and united with the books already there. 
Henry Cavendish's library was presented to the Duke by 
his uncle Lord George Henry Cavendish, to whom Henry 
had bequeathed his whole fortune. The large collection 
of academical transactions, the greater part of the old 
books on chemistry, mineralogy, and mathematics, and 
the editions of the Classics which have Richard Bentley's 
autograph on their title-page, came from that collection. 

Since William-Spencer's death in 1858, the library has 
been further increased by his cousin and successor, William, 
Elarl of Burlington and seventh Duke of Devonshire, who 
has added the volumes of Humboldt, Gould, Martins, Wolf, 
Malherbe, Elliot, Audubon, and other large works on natural 
history, many mathematical treatises, and modern literary 
works in which the library was deficient, and has nearly 



xviii HISTORICAL NOTICE, 

completed the collection of county histories. He has also 
moved to Chatsworth several choice books from the library 
at Chiswick, some of which had belonged to the beautiful 
Duchess ; and on the death of his brother Lord Richard 
Cavendish, in 1873, transferred thither the select part of 
his library, consisting chiefly of works of the Fathers, theo- 
logical works, and modem editions of German and Italian 
classics. 

And finally, in substitution for an imperfect and incorrect 
manuscript catalogue, which all the recent additions had 
rendered even more deficient, the present Catalogue of the 
library has been compiled and printed by his direction. 

J. P. Lacaita. 
Chatsworth, July^ 1879. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



VOL. 1. 

PAGE 

HE Upper Library . . . . i 

The Lower Library ... 102 
View of the House from the 

RIGHT BANK OF THE DERWENT. 297 

VOL. IL 

Another View of the House . i 

The Bridge in the Park . . 73 
West front of the House with the Garden, and in 

THE distance THE GREAT FOUNTAIN . .111 

Entrance Gate . i6i 

Ditto, seen from the House 226 

The State Apartment 330 

The State Dining-room 338 

Another State Room 365 

The Sculpture Gallery 383 




VOL. IIL 

The old Hall as it formerly existed 

The Entrance-lodge at Baslow 

The Orangery and Saleroom, from the east 

The great Cascade 

The Italian Garden 

Interior of the great Conservatory 
Rock-work in the Pleasure Grounds 



XX IL LUSTRA TIONS. 



VOL. IV. 

PAGE 

The Willow-tree Fountain i 

The "Victoria Regia" 60 

Edensor Mill Lodge and Beeley Bridge .... 65 

Mary Queen of Scots* Bower 113 

Entrance to the Stables 136 

The late Sir Joseph Paxton's House in the Kitchen 

Garden 161 

The Gardens on the west front ..... 163 
Carvings by Gibbons over one of the doors in the 

Chapel -'171 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

c^-calf. 

g. c—gilt edges. 

L. P. — Large Paper. 

o. c. — old calf. 

o. g. mor. — old green morocco. 

oL mor.— olive morocco. 

o. r. m. — old red morocco. 

or. mor. — orange morocco. 

o. v.— old vellum. 

r. mor. — ^red morocco. 

V. — ^vellum. 





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Letters of the celebrated Abelard and Heloise, 

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Abelard to Eloisa. s. HOOLE (J.) 

ABBATIO, BauX) Angelo. De admirabili Vipera 
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Abecedario Pittorico. s. Orlandi ; Serie. 

Abeilles, La R£publique des. s. Simon (J. B.) 

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ACADEMIES AND LITERARY SOCIETIES. 

BASLE. SOCIETAS Physico-Medica Basiliensis. 
Acta Helvetica, physico-mathematico-botanicomedica, figu- 
ris nonnuUis aeneis illustrata, et in usus publicos exarata. 
Basilea, lySi-TT, 8 vols, bound in 5, 4to. 

BATH. Bath and West of England Society 

FOR THE encouragement OF AGRICULTURE, ARTS, 

Manufactures, and Commerce. Journal. London, 
1853-70, 18 vols. 8vo. 

BERLIN. SociETAS Regia Scientiarum : afterwards 

— ACADfiMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES ET BELLES- 

Lettres, — KOniglichen Akademie der Wissen- 

SCHAFTEN. Miscellanea Berolinensia ad incrementum 
scientiarum, ex scriptis Societati Regiae Scientiarum 
exhibitis edita, cum figuris aeneis et indice materiarum. 
Berolini, 1710-43, 7 vols, bound in 4, 4to. 

Histoire de TAcad^mie, depuis son orig^ne 

(174s) jusqu'en present (1769), avec les pitees orig^nales. 
Berlin, 1752-71, 22 vols. 4to. 

Nouveaux M^moires. Annies 1770- 1804. 



Berlin, 1772- 1807, 30 vols. 4to. 



Abhandlungen der Koniglichen Akademie 

der Wissenschaften, aus den Jahren 1804-19. Berlin, 
181S-20, 5 vols. 4to, 

Gesellschaft Naturforschender Freunde. 



Beschaftigungen. Berlin, J77S'79f 4 vols. 8vo. 

Schriften. Berlin, 1780-85, 6 vols. 8vo. 

Beobachtungen und Entdeckungen aus der 



Naturkunde. Berlin, 1787-89, 3 vols. 8vo, 



LITERARY SOCIETIES, s 

BOLOGNA. Instituto delle Sgienze ed Arti 
LIBERALI. De Bononiensi scientiarum et artium Instituto 
atque Academia commentarii. (Edited by F. M, Zanotti.) 
Bononug, 1748-91, 7 vols, in 10 parts, 4to. 

BOMBAY. Literary Society. Transactions. 
London, 18 19, 4to, 

BOSTON. American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences. Memoirs. Boston, 1785, 4to. 

BRUSSELS. AcAD^MiE Imp£riale et Royale 
DES Sciences et Belles-Lettres. Mimoires, Second 
edition. Bruxelles, 1780-88, 5 vols. 4to. 



Nouveaux M^moires. (From vol. 2Qth, 1847, 

they become, M^moires de T Acad^mie Royale des Sciences, 
des Lettres et des Beaux-Arts de Belgique.) Bruxelles, 
1820-67, 36 vols. 4to. 

M^moires sur les questions proposies par 



TAcad^mie qui ont remport^ les prix. Bruxelles, 1817- 
31, 7 vols. 4to. 

M^moires couronnis. Bruxelles, 1835-63, 22 

vols. 4to. 

Supplement aux M^moires couronn^s, et M^- 

moires des Savants Strangers publics par TAcad^mie. 
Bruxelles, 1840-70, 2i vols. 8vo. 

Bulletins. BruxeUes, 1836-56, 42 vols. 8vo. 

Annexe. BrtixeUes, 1853-54, i vol. 8vo. 

Tables g^n^rales et analytiques. !• s^rie. 



Bruxelles, 1858, i vol. 8vo. 

Bulletins. 2* s^rie. Bruxelles, 1859-71, 32 

vols. 8vo. 

CALCUTTA. Asiatic Society. Asiatick Researches, 
or Transactions of the Society instituted in Bengal for 



6 ACADEMIES AND 

inquiring into the history and antiquities, the arts, sciences, 
and literature of Asia. Calcutta and Serampore, 1788-1836, 
20 vols. 4to. 

COPENHAGEN. Academia, afterwards Universitas 
Hafniensis. Acta Literaria, anno 1778. HafnuB, 1778, 
4ta 

DIJON. Acad£mi£ des Sciences, Arts et Belles- 

Lettres. M^moires. Dijan^ ^7^7 A* 2 vols. 8va 

Nouveaux M^moires pour la partie des 

sciences et des arts. Dijan^ 1782-85, 4 vols. 8vo. 

DUBLIN. Royal Irish Academy. Transactions. 
Dublin, 1787-1856, 23 vols. 4to. 

■ Proceedings. Dublin, 1841-58, 6 vok. 8vo. 

EDINBURGH. Royal Society. Transactions. 
Edinburgh, 1788-1853, 23 vols. 4to. 

ERFURT. Academia Electoralis Moguntina 
Scientiarum. Acta, ann. 1776-96. Erfurti, 1777-96^ 

7 vols. 4to. 

Nova Acta, 1797- 1808. Erfurti, 1799- 1809, 

4 vols. 8vo. 

GOTTINGEN. Academia Georgia. Augusta, or, 
SociETAS Regia Scientiarum, afterwards, KOnigliche 
Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften. Commentarii. 
Gottingm, 1752-54, 4 vols, bound in 2, 4to. 

Supplementum. Altenburgia, 177 1, 4to. 

' No>a Commentarii Gottingcset Gotha, 177 1- 

77, 8 vols, bound in 4, 4to. 

Commentationes. Gottinga, 1779-1805, 16 

vols, bound in 8, 4to. 

Commentationes recentiores. GottingcB, 1811- 

28, 6 vols. 4to. 



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GOTTINGEN. Gottingische Anzeigen von gelehrten 
Sachen unter der Aufsicht der koniglichen Gesellschaft 
der Wissensdiaften. Gottingen^ 1783-94, 36 vols. tx)und in 
12, 8vo. 

Hafnia. s. Academies (Copenhagen). 

HALLE. Halusche Naturforschende Gesell- 
SCHAFT, Abhandlungen. Dessau und Leipzig^ 17831 8vo. 

LAUSANNE. SocifiTfi des Sciences Physiques. 

M^moires. Lausanne^ i784-89» 2 vols, bound in i, 4to. 

Leipsic. Opuscula omnia Actis Eruditorum Lipsien- 
sibus inserta. s. Opuscula. 

LONDON. Ethnological Society. Journal. New 
Series. London^ 1869-70, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Geological Society. Transactions of the 

Geological Society. Established November 13, 1807. 
London^ 181 1-2 1, 5 vols, in 6 parts, 4to. 

— ^-^ Transactions. Second Series. London^ 1824- 
56, 7 vols, in 8 parts, 4to. 

Quarterly Journal, edited by the Vice-Secre- 
tary of the Society. London^ 1845-70, 26 vols. 8va 

— ^— A classified Index to the Transactions, Pro- 
ceedings, and Quarterly Journal of the Society, including 
all the memoirs and notices to the end of 185 s, by G. W. 
Ormerod. London^ 1858, 8va 

Horticultural Society. Transactions. Lon- 

don^ 1812-18, 7 vols. 4to. coloured plates. 

Transactions. Second Series. London, 1835- 

48, 3 vols. 4to. 

Royal Geographical Society. Journal of 

the Royal Geographical Society. London, 1833-61, 31 vols, 
8vo. 



8 ACADEMIES AND 

LONDON. Royal Geographical Society. Pro- 
ceedings. Edited by the Secretary. London, 1837-70, 14 
vols. 8vo, 

Royal Institution of Great Britain. 

Prospectus, Charter, and By-laws. London, 1800, 4to. 

Notices of the proceedings and meetings of 

the Members. London, 1854-72, 6 vols. 8vo. 

Royal Society. Philosophical Transactions, 

giving some accompt of the present undertakings, studies, 
and labours in many considerable parts of the world. 
[From 1665 to 1791.] London, 1665-1791, 81 vols. 4to. 

Philosophical Transactions [from 1792 to 

1869]. London, 1792- 1870, 78 vols. 4to. 

Abstracts of the papers printed in the Philo- 
sophical Transactions, from 1800 to 1854 inclusive. London, 
1832-54, 6 vols. 8vo. 

Proceedings of the Royal Society, from Feb- 
ruary, 1854, being a continuation of the series entitled Ab- 
stracts of the papers, &c London, 1856-70, 12 vols. 8vo. 
(From 7th to i8th.) 

The History of the Royal Society, from its 

first rise. s. BiRCH (Th.) 

The History of the Royal Society of London. 

s. Sprat (Th.) 

History of the Royal Society, s. THOMSON 

(Tho.) 

Legends no Histories ; or, a specimen of some 

animadversions upon the History of the Royal Society, s. 
Stubbe (H.) 

Table des M^moires imprimis dans les Trans- 
actions, depuis 1665. s. Bremond (Fr.) 

A Review of the works of the Royal Society. 

s. Hill (J.) 



LITERARY SOCIETIES. 9 

LONDON. Royal Society. Six discourses delivered 
by Sir John Pringle, when President of the Royal Society. 

s. Pringle (J.) 

The History of Fluxions, s. Raphson (J.) 

Society of Antiquaries. Archaeologia, or 



miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, published by 
the Society of Antiquaries of London. London^ 1770- 1857, 
37 vols. 4to. and 2 vols, of Indexes. 

Liber quotidianus Contrarotulatoris Garde- 

robae anno reg^i regis Edwardi I. vigesimo octavo, A.D. 1299- 
1300, ex Cod. MS. in biblioth. sua asservato typis edidit 
Soc Antiq. Londinensis. London, 1787, 4to. 

A Collection of ordinances and regulations for 

the government of the Royal Household made in divers 
reigns, from king Edward IIL to king William and queen 
Mary; also receipts in ancient Cookery. London, 1790, 4to. 

Vetusta Monumenta : quae ad Rerum Britan- 

nicarum memoriam conservandam Societas Antiquariorum 
Londini sumptu suo edenda curavit. Londini, 1747-89, 2 
vols, bound in i, fol. 

Vetusta Monumenta. (Another copy of the 



1st vol. Early proofs of the prints. A general list of the 
Members of the Society from 17 17 to Michaelmas, 1747. 
Bound with) FOLKES, Martin. A table of English 
gold Coins from the i8th year of king Edward III. Lon- 
don, 1763, fol. 

A Description of nine Historical Prints, repre- 
senting kings, queens, princes, etc., of the Tudor Family. 
Selected, drawn, and engraved from the original paintings 
by Geoi^e Vertue. Republished by the Society, 1776. 
(Bound with 25 prints engraved by Geo. Vertue, and 
published by the Society. Portrait of Sir John Hawkwood. 
Four views of the ruins of Stanton Harcourt) Fol. 



lo ACADEMIES AND 

LONDON. Society for the encouragement of 
Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. Transactions. 
London, 1783-1843, 54 vols. 8vo. 

Supplemental volume, containing Charter of 



incorporation, &c. London, 1862, 4to. 



One hundred and six copper plates of mecha- 
nical Machines and implements of husbandry approved and 
adopted by the Society, s. Bailey (W.) 

Journal of the Society of Arts and of the 



Institutions in union. London, 1853-70, 18 vols, royal 8vo. 

Royal Society of Literature of the United 



Kingdom. Transactions. First Series. London, 1829-39^ 
3 vols. 4to. 

Transactions. Second Series. London, 1843- 



70, 9 vols. 8vo. 



Zoological Society. Transactions. London, 

1835-72, 7 vols. 4to- 

Proceedings, with illustrations. London, iZ^^ 

71, 22 vols. 8vo., and 2 vols, of Index. 

MANCHESTER. Literary and Philosophical 
Society. Memoirs. Warrington, 1785. London, 1802, 7 
parts in 5 vols. 8va 

Memoirs. Second Series. London, 1805-24, 

4 vols. 8vo. 

MANNHEIM. Academia Electoralis Theodoro- 
Palatina. Historia et commentationes Academiae sden- 
tiarum et elegantiorum litterarum. Mannhemii, 1766-94, 
7 vols. 4to. 

SociETAS Meteorologica Palatina. Ephe- 



merides. Mannkemii, 1783-90^ 8 vols. 4to. 



LITERARY SOCIETIES. ii 

MONTPELLIER. SocifiTfi Royale des Sciences. 

Histoire de la Soci^t^, avec les M^moires de math^matique 
et de physique tirds des registres de cette Soci^t^. Lyon 
€t Mantpellier, 1766-7 S, 2 vols. 4to. 

MUNICH. ChurfOrstlich, afterwards KoNiGUCH, 
Baierische Akademi j: der Wissenschaften. Abhand- 
lungen. Miinchen, ^763-76, 10 vols. 4to. 

• Neue philosophische Abhandlungen. MUnchen^ 

1778-89, 5 vols. 4ta 

Denkschriften. Munchen^ 1809-25,9 vols. 4to. 

Historische Abhandlungea Munchen, 1807-23, 



5 vols. 4ta 



Abhandlungen der Historischen Classe. 



Munckm^ 1833-70, 11 vols. 4to. 



Abhandlungen der Mathematisch-Physika- 



lischen Classe. Miinchen, 1832-61, 9 vols. 4to. 

Abhandlungen der Philosophisch-Fhilolo- 

gischen Classe. Munchen^ 1835-66, 10 vols. 4ta 

Sitzungsberichte. Munchen^ 1860-70, 20 vols. 

8va 

Gelehrte Anzeigen, herausg^eben von Mit- 

gliedem der Koniglich-Bayerischen Akademie der Wissen- 
schaften. Muncken, 1835-60, 50 vols, bound in 25, 4to. 

NAPLES. Reale Academia delle Scienze e 
Belle Lettere. Atti dalla fondazione sino all' anno 
1787. Nc^U^ 4ta 

NUREMBERG. Academla Caesarea Naturae 
Curiosorum. Acta ph)^ico-medica exhibentia Epheme- 
rides. (Editlo secunda.) Norimberga, 1754, 10 vols. 4ta 

PADUA. ACCADEMIA Dl Padova. Saggi Scientifici- 
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PARIS. Acad£mie Royale des Inscriptions et 
Belles-Lettres et Institut National. 

Histoire de TAcad^mie Royale des Inscriptions et Belles- 
Lettres, depuis son ^tablissement jusqu'4 present Avec les 
M^moires de litt^rature tir^s des registres de cette Acade- 
mic depuis son renouvellement, de 1701 i 1784. Paris^ 
1736-93, 46 vols. 4to. 

The first seventeen volumes are of the 2nd edition. 

The French Academies were suppressed in August, 1793. In the 
same year the Constitution directed the foundation of an '' Institut 
National des Sciences et des Arts;'' which was organized in i795> and 
was first composed of three classes, which published several volumes 
of " M tooires." 

In 1 8 16 those three classes became four Academies, which in 1832 
increased to five, as follows : — 

I. Acaddmie Fran^aise. 
II. Acaddmie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres. 

III. Acaddmie des Sciences. 

IV. Acaddmie des Beaux-Arts. 

V. Acad^mie des Sciences Morales et Politiques. 

Each of the Sections published " M^moires." 

Histoire et m^moires de Tlnstitut Royal de 

France. Classe d* Histoire et de Litt^rature ancienne. Paris y 
18 1 5-1 8, 4 vols. 4to. 

— ^— ^— Histoire et m^moires de Tlnstitut Royal 
(National et Imperial) de France, Academic des Inscrip- 
tions et Belles-lettres, Paris, 1821-61, 20 vols. (Sth to 
24th), 4to. 

M^moires pr^sentis par divers Savants k TAca- 

d^mie Royale des Inscriptions et Belles-lettres de Tlnstitut 
de France. Premiere s^rie, sujets divers d'^rudition. Paris, 
1844-69, 7 vols. 4to. 

Deuxi^me sirie, Antiquit& de la France. In- 
stitut National. Paris, 1843-60, 4 vols. 4to. 

Comptes Rendus des stances. Academic 

des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres. Pr6c6d^s d'une notice 



LITERARY SOCIETIES. 13 

historique sur cette compagnie, par M. Ernest Desjardins. 
Annies 1857-64. Paris, 1858-64, 8 vols, bound in 7, 
8vo. 

PARIS. ACADfiMIE ROYALE DES INSCRIPTIONS ET 

Belles-LettrES. Comptes Rendus, etc. Nouvelle s^rie 
(par Am^d^e Tardieu). Annies 1865-68. Paris, 1865-69. 
4 vols. 8vo. 

Littirature et beaux-arts. Paris, an VI.-XII. 



5 vols. 4to. 



— M^moires de Tlnstitut National des sciences 

et arts. — Sciences morales et politiques. Paris, an VI.-XII. 
(1798- 1 803), 5 vols. 4to. 



M^moires de TAcad^mie Royale (et Imp^ale) 

des Sciences morales et politiques de Tlnstitut de France. 
2* s^rie. Paris, 1837-62, 11 vols. 4to. 

Mimoires de I'Acad^mie Royale des Sciences 



morales et politiques de I'lnstitut de France. Savants 
Strangers. Paris, 1841-47, 2 vols. 4to. 

Table gin^rale et m^thodique des M^moires 

contenus dans les recueils de TAcad^mie des Inscriptions et 
Belles-Lettres, et de TAcad^mie des Sciences inorales et 
politiques. Par M. Eugene de Rozi^re et M. Eugene 
Chatel. Paris, 1856, 4to. 

AcADfiMiE Royale des Sciences. Regiae 



Sdentiarum Academix historia, autore Joanne Baptista 
Du HameL Parisiis, 1698, 4to. 

\ Secunda editio, priori longe auction Parisiis, 

1701, 4to. 

Histoire (et m^moires) de TAcad^mie Royale 

des Sciences, depuis son ^tablissement en 1666, jusqu'en 
1699. Paris, 1718-33, II vols, in 14 parts, 4to. 



14 ACADEMIES AND 

PARIS. AcADfiMiE RoYALE DES SCIENCES. Histoire 
(et m^moires). Annte 17009a Paris^ 1719-97* 93 vols. 
4to. 

Suite des m^moires de rAcad^mie Royale. 



Ann^e 17 18. Traits de la grandeur et de la figure de la 
Terre. Paris ^ 1720, 4to. 

— ^— Elements de la G^m^trie de TinfinL Suite 



des m^moires. Paris ^ ^7^79 4to. 

Traits physique de TAurore Bor^ale, par M. 

de Mairan. Suite des m^moires, etc Ann^ I73i« Paris, 
1733, 4to. 

Relation abr^g^e d'un voyage fait dans 

rAm^rique M^ridionale. Lde k TAssembl^ publique de 
TAcad^mie des Sciences, le 28 Avril, 1745, par M. de La 
Condamine. Paris, 1745, 8vo. 



— ^— Mesure des trois premiers degj6s du M^ridien 
dans rh^misph^re Austral, par M. de La Condamine. 
Paris, 1751. 

Journal du voyage fait par ordre du Roi k I'Equateur, 
par M. de La Condamine. Paris, 17S1. 

Supplement au Journal historique du voyage k TEqua- 
teur, par M. de La Condamine. Paris, 1752. 

Supplement au Journal historique. Seconde partie. 
Paris, 1754. 

4 parts in i vol. 4to. 

Voyage fait par ordre du Roi, en 1750 et 175 1, 

dans TAm^rique Septentrionale pour rectifier les Cartes 
des c6tes de TAcadie, par M. de Chabert Paris, 1753, 4to. 



s. Cassini de Thury. 

Tables des matiires de 1666 i 1790, par 

Gedin, Demours, et Cotta. Paris, 1747-86, 5 vols. 4to. (vols. 
Sth to 9th, from 173 1 to 1780.) 



LITERARY SOCIETIES. 15 

PARIS. ACADfiMIE ROYALE DES SCIENCES. Table 

g^n^rale des mati&res, depuis 1699 jusques en 1734. 
Amsterdam^ I74i» 4to. 

Nouvelle Table des articles contenus dans les 

volumes de TAcad^mie Royale des Sciences, depuis 1666 
jusqu'en 1770, par Tabb^ Rozien Paris, 1775, 4 vols.4to. 

Recueil des Pieces qui ont remport^ les prix 

de 1720 k 1732. Paris, 1727.32, 2 vols. 4to. 

Ouvrages adopts par TAcad^mie avant son 

renouvellement en 1699. Amsterdam, 1736, 6 vols. 4to. 

M^moires de math^matique et de physique 

prdsent^ i TAcad^mie royale des Sciences par divers 
Savans, et Ids dans ses assemblies. Paris, 1750-86, 1 1 vols. 
4to. 

Machines et inventions approuv^ par TAca- 

d^mie royale des Sciences, depuis son ^tablissement jusqu'4 
present, avec leur description, dessin^ et publi^es du 
consentement de TAcad^mie par M. Gallon (depuis 1666 
jusqu'en 1754). Paris, i735-77f 7 vols. 4to. 

Descriptions des Arts et Metiers, faites ou 

approuv^ par MM. de I'Acad^mie royale des Sciences. 
Paris, 1 76 1 -8ft 12 vols. foL 

. M^moires pr^nt^ 4 Tlnstitut des sciences, 

lettres et arts, par divers Savans, et Ids dans ses assem- 
blies. Sciences math^matiques et physiques. Paris, 1805- 
1 1, 2 vols. 4to. 

' Base du syst&me m^trique d^imal, ou mesure 

de TArc du M^ridien compris entre les parall&les de 
Dunkerque et Barcelone, exdcut^e en 1792 et ann^ 
suivantes par MM. Mechain et Delambre. Suite des M6- 
moires de Tlnstitut Paris, 1806-10, 3 vols. 4to. 

M^moires de Tlnstitut National des sciences et 

arts. Sciences mathematiques et physiques. Paris, an 
VL (i798)-i8i8, 14 vols. 4ta 



i6 ACADEMIES AND 

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Furore poetico, trad, da Nicolo Trevisani. Vinegia, iS48- — 
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Tumebi, IS52, 8vo, 

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30 AGAPETUS—AGOSTJNI. 

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AGLIONBY, William. Painting illustrated in three 
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AGNESI, Maria Gaetana. Analytical institutions, in 
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AGOSTINI, Antonio, s. Agustin (A.) 

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AG OS TINI—A G US TIN. 31 

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32 AG us TIN— A INS IVOR TH. 

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AIKIN, John. England delineated : or a geographical 
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Description of the country from thirty to forty 

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AtTON—ALBA TEGNIUS. 33 

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La Coltivazione. Publicata da A. Buttura. Parigi, 

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Alasandro VIL s. Leti (G.) 

ALBANL Indicazione antiquaria per la Villa subur- 
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ALBANI, Francesco, e BADALOCCI, Sisto. 
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34 ALBE— ALBERT!. 

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ALBERT, His royal highness. Prince. Addresses 
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Society of Arts. London^ 1857, 4to. 

The principal Speeches and Addresses, with an 

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ALBERTANO GiUDiCE da Brescia. Compendiosus 
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Tre trattati della dilezion dlddio e del prossimo. 



Traslatati in volgar fiorentino da Bastiano de' Rossi. 
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ALBERTI, Leon Battista. Baptistae de Albertis, 
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De re aedificatoria. FhrentuB^ opera Nicolaii Lou- 



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ALBERTI—ALBIUS. 35 

ALBERTI, Leon Battista. Delia Architettura libri 
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Classici Italiani, vol. 34. 

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ALBERTI, Romano. Trattato della nobiltA della 
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ALBIN, Eleazar. A natural history of english In- 
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ALBINOVANUS, Caius Pedo. Elegiac III. et frag- 
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ALBIUS, RiCARDUS. Hemisphaerium dissectum, in 
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36 ALBOHAZEN—ALCYONIUS. 

ALBOHAZEN. Preclarissimus in Judiciis Astrorum, 
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Libri de Judiciis Astrorum, summa cura et dili- 
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ALBRIZZI, GlAMBATTlSTA. Teatro delle fabbriche pii 
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ALCEDO, Antonio de. The geographical and histo- 
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ALCIATI, Andrea. Rerum patriae (Mediolani) libri 
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ALCINOUS. Alcinoi philosophi ad Platonis dogmata 
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ALDRETE—ALEMBERT. 37 

ALDRETE, Bernardo. Del origen y principio de 
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Del origen y principio de la lengua Castellana. 



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Varias antiguedades de Espafia, Africa, y otras 

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ALDRICH, Henry. The elements of civil Architec- 
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ALEANDRO, Girolamo, Elementale in Grxcas 
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ALEANDRO, Girolamo, Junior. Antiquae tabute 
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ALEMAND, Louis Augustin. Histoire monastique 
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ALEMANNI, NiccoixS. De Lateranensibus parietinis, 
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ALEMBERT, Jean le Rond d*. Recherches sur la 
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Traits de T^quilibre et du mouvement des iluides, 

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38 ALEMBERT— ALEXANDER. 

ALEMBERT, Jean le Rond d'. Nouvelles expe- 
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Recherches sur diflKrents points importans du 

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Histoire des Membres de TAcad^mie Franjoise 

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Aletheus, Theophilus. Pseud, s. Lyserus (J.) 

ALESSANDRI, Alessandro. Dies Geniales. Ro- 
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Genialium Dierum libri VI. cum integris commen- 

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Alexander ab Alexandro. s. Alessandri (A.) 

ALEXANDER Aphrodisiensis. In priora analytica 
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ALEXANDER— ALGAROTTL 39 

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ALEXANDER, William. Experimental essays on 
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medicine. 3. On diuretics and sudorifics. London^ 1768, 
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ALFIERI, VlTTORio. Tragedie. Siena, 1783, 3 vols. 
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40 ALGAROTTI—ALIGHIERI. 

ALGAROTTI, Francesco. Rime. Bologna, 1753, 
i2mo. 

II Congresso di Citera, accresciuto di alcune lettere 



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Arabia, Syria, and Turkey, between the years 1803 ^uid 
1807 ; illustrated by maps and numerous plates. London, 
1816, 2 vols. 4to. 

ALIGHIERI, Dante. Comincia lacomedia di Dante 
all^hieri di firenze nella qle tracta delle pene et punicioni 
de vicii et demeriti et premii delle virtu : Capitolo primo 
della prima parte de questo libro loqle sechiama inferno : 
nel quale lautore fa prohemio ad tucto eltractato del libro. 
(At the end). 

** Nel mille quairo cento septe et due 

Nel quarto mese adi cinque et sei 

Questa opera gentile impressa fue 
lo maestro Johanni Nutneister opera dei 

Alia decta impressione et meco fue 

Elfulginato Evangelista mei." 

{Fuligno, Numeister, 1472) small fol. o. r. mor. g. e. 

It is generally held to be the First edition, A fine copy, with the 2nd 
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Qui comicia la vita e costumi dello excellete Poeta 



vulgari Dante alighieri di Firenze honore e gloria delidioma 
Fiorentino. Scripto e composto per lo famosissimo homo 
missier giovani Bocchacio da certaldo. 



ALIGHIERI. 41 

It is the Comedia, with a Commentary, which the following lines at 
the end ascribe to Benvenuto da Imola, but which is now held to be by 
Jacopo della Lana. 

'' Dimola benvenuto mai fia privo 

Detema fama che sua mansueta 

Lyra opero comentando il poeta 

Per cui il texto a noi e Itellectivo 
Christofal Berardi pisaurense detti 

Opera e facto indegno correctore 

Per quanto intese di quella i subietti 
De spiera vendelin fii il stampatore 

Del mille quattrocento e settantasetti 

Correvan glianni del nostro signore. 

(Venice^ Vindelin de Spira^ I477>) fol. bound in 3 vols., 
o. r. mor. uncut. 

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Impresso in Firenze per Nicholo di Lorenzo della Magna 
adi XXX. dagostOy MCCCCLXXXI, foL c. mor. uncut, with 3 
copper-plates. 

Comento di ChristophoroLandino sopra la comedia 

di Danthe alighieri poeta fiorentino. Impresso in Vinegia^ 
per Octaviano Scoto da Monza^ adi XXIII. di MarxOy 1484, 
foL mar. mor. 

Comento di Christophforo Landino Fiorentino 



sopra la Comedia di Danthe Alighieri poeta fiorentino. Im- 
presso in Bressa per Boninum de Boninis di Raguxi a di 
ultimo di Mazo (sic), 1487, fol. oL mor. 

With large woodcuts in each canto of Inferno and Purgatorio, and 
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Le Terze Rime di Dante. Venetiis, in cedib, Aldi, 

accuratissime, mense Augusto^ 1502, small 8vo. with the 
blank leaf at the end of the Inferno. 

Opere del divino poeta Danthe con suoi Comenti, 



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siva impresse. (At the end :) — Fine del comento di Chri- 
stoforo Landino. Impressain Venetia per Miser Bernardino 



42 ALIGHIERL 

Stagnino da Trino de monferra, del 15 12, adi XXIII. No- 
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With the autograph of Baluzius. 

La Comediadi Dante AHgieri con la nova espositione 

di Alessandro Vellutello. Impressa in Vinegiaper Francesco 
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Gugno {^\Q)ylanno 1544, small 4to. with woodcuts. 

Dante con Tespositione di Christoforo Landino, et 

di Alessandro Vellutello, sopra la sua Comedia dell' Inferno, 
del Purgatorio, et del Paradiso. Con tavole, argomenti, et 
all^orie; et riformato, riveduto, et ridotto alia sua vera 
lettura, per Francisco Sansovino Fiorentino. Venetian 
appresso Giouambattista^ Marchib Sessa, et fratelliy 1564, 
fol. with woodcuts. 

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da Lucca, sopra la sua Comedia dell' Inferno, del Purga- 
torio, et del Paradiso, nuovamente stampato, et posto in 
luce. Venetia^ Pietro da Fino^ 1 568, small 4to. 

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AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS. Ammiani Marcellini 
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ANDREWES, Lancelot, successively Bishop of Chi- 
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Ninety-six Sermons published by his Majesties 

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ANTIQUITATES ETRURIiE- S. DiNO (F.) 

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ANTIQUITfiS de la RUSSIE. S. RUSSIA. 



6a ANTTQ UITES— ANTONINUS. 

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Antiquit£s Etrusques, Grecques et Romaines. 
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ANTONINUS— ANTONIO. 63 

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64 ANTONIO— APLIGNY. 

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Bibliotheca Hispana (Nova), sive Hispanorum 

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APOCALYPSIS— APOLLO NIUS, 65 

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APOLLODORUS Atheniensis. Bibliotheces, sive 
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APOLLONIUS Alexandrinus. Apollonij Alex- 
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Conicorum. s. ARCHIMEDES. 

APOLLONIUS, Petrus Collatius. s. Collatio. 

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70 ARA TUS—ARBUTHNOT. 

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ARBUTHNOT— ARCHIMEDES. 71 

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72 ARCHITECTURE— ARETINO. 

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74 ARINGHI—ARIOSTO. 

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each instrument .... Carefully corrected and revised by 
Alexander Mabyn Bailey. London^ 1782, 2 vols, in i, fol. 

BAILLET, Adrien. Jugemens des Savans sur les 
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ment's par M. de la Monnoye. Paris^ 1722, 7 vols. 4to. 
L. P. Portrait by N. Edelinck. 

BAILLIE, Joanna. A series of Plays, in which it is 
attempted to delineate the stronger passions of the mind. 
Each passion being the subject of a tragedy and comedy. 
3rd edition. London^ 1800 12, 3 vols. 8vo. 

BAILLY, Jean Sylvain. Essai sur la th'orie des 
Satellites de Jupiter, suivi des Tables de leurs mouvemens, 
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Paris, 1787, 4to. 



BAIL Y— BAKER. 109 

BAILY, Thomas. Life and death of John Fisher, 
Bishop of Rochester. London^ 1655, i8mo. 

BAIN, Alexander. The Senses and the Intellect. 
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The Emotions and the Will. Londotiy 1859, 8vo. 

BAINBRIDGE, John. An Astronomicall description 
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BAINBRIDGE, William. A practical treatise of the 
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BAINES, T. The Victoria Falls, Zambesi River, 
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BAIRD, W. The Natural History of the British 
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BAJON. M^moires pour serviri Thistoire de Cayenne 
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BAKER, David Erskine. Biographia Dramatica ; or 
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BAKER, George. The History and antiquities of 

the County of Northampton. London^ 1822-41, 2 vols. fol. 

russia, L. P. 

Portrait of Professor Carey engraved by W. Worthington, and of 
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no BAKER— BALBO. 

BAKER, Henry. Employment for the Microscope. 
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BAKER, Henry. The Microscope made easy. Illus- 
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BAKER, Rev. J. The History of the Inquisi- 
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BAKER, Sir Richard. A Chronicle of the Kings of 
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the death of King James I. Whereunto is added the 
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impression. London, 1696, foL 

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BAKER, Sir Samuel White. The Albert N'Yanza, 
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sources. With maps, illustrations, and portraits. London, 
1866, 2 vols. 8vo. 

BALiEUS. s. Bale (J.) 

Balbec, Ruins of. s. Wood (Robt.) 

BALBI, Francisco, de Correggio. Historia de los 
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xarifa Aben^erases. Y la battalia que hubo con la gente 
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y Alora, y con el mismo Rodrigo. Vueltos en verso. 
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BALDACCHINI, Michele. Vita di Tommaso 
Campanella, con alcune sue Lettere. Napoli^ 1847. — ^Vita 
e filosofia di Tommaso Campanella. Napoliy 1843. — Docu- 
menti inediti circa la voluta ribellione di T. Campanella, 
raccolti da Vito Capialbi. Napoliy 1845. — Memoriale 
inedito di Campanella. (Pubblicato da Camillo Minieri- 
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BALDE, Jacob. Poesis Osca, sive Drama Georgi- 
cum, in quo belli mala, pacis bona, ex occasione currentis 
anni quadragesimi septimi descripta repraesentantur, car- 
mine anteiquo Attellano, Osco, Casco. Monachii^ formis 
Li4c<B Straubii, 1647, small 4to. 

BALD I, Bernardino, Monsignore, Abbate di Guas- 
talla. Versi e Prose. Venetia, Francesco de Franceschi, 
1590, 4to. 

In Mechanica Aristotelis problemata exercita- 

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Augusta Vindelicarum, 1612, small 4to. Plates. 

Cronica de* Matematici, overo Epitome dell' istoria 



delle vite loro. Uriifto, 1707, 4to. Bound with Stuard, 
Apologie. 

Memorie concementi la cittii di Urbino, dedicate 



alia sacra real maest4 di Giacomo III. re della Gran Bret* 
tagna. Roma, 1724, foL 

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Automati di Herone. s. Herone. 

BALDINI, Baccio. Vita di Cosimo Medici, primo 
Gran Duca di Toscana, descritta da Baccio Baldini suo 
Protomedico. Firense, Sermartelli, 1578, small fol. 



112 BALDINUCCI—BALE. 

BALDINUCCI, FiLlPPO. Notizie de' Professori del 
Disegno, da Cimabue in qua (1260- 1670). Opera distinta 
in Secoli e Decennali. — Cominciamento, e progresso del- 
r arte dell' intagliare in rame, coUe vite di molti de' piil 
eccellenti maestri della stessa professione. — ^Vita del Cava- 
liere Gio. Lorenzo Bernino. — ^Vocabolario Toscano dell* arte 
del disegno. Firenze^ 168 1- 1728. 9 parts in 6 vols. 4to. 
With portraits of Baldinucci and Bernini. 

Opere. Milano, 1808-1812, 14 vols. 8vo. Classici 

Italiani, vols. 189-202. 

I. Cominciamento e progresso dell' Arte dell' intagliare in Rame. 
Con annotazioni di Domenico Maria Manni. — II-III. Vocabolario 
Toscano dell' arte del Disegno. — IV-XIII. Notizie de* professori del 
Dis^no.— XIV. Vita del cav' Bernino. La V^lia. Lettere. 

BALDUINO, Benedetto. NEGRONNI, Giulio. 
Ben. Balduinus de Calceo antiquo ; et Jul. Nigronus de 
Caliga veterum. Accesserunt ex q. Sept Fl. Tertulliani, 
CL Salmasii, et Alb. Rubeni scriptis plurima ejusdem 
argumenti. Amstelodami^ sumptibtis Andrea Frist, 1667, 
2 vols, bound in i, small i2mo. Plates. 

BALE, John, Bishop of Ossory. lUustrium Majoris 
Britanniae Scriptorum, hoc est, Angliae, Cambris ac Scotiae 
summarium, in quasdam centurias divisum, cum diversitate 
doctrinarum, atque annorum recta supputatione per omnes 
aetates a Japheto sanctissimi Noah filio, ad annum Domini 
MDXLVIII. Autore Joanne Balaeo Sudovolca. Excusum 
fuit Gippeswici in Anglia per Joannem Overton, anno 
a Christi incamatione 1548, pridie calendas Augusti. 
Small 4to. 

Withyff. of^Additio." 

On the title-page is a woodcut of Bale presenting his book to 
Edward VI. and at the end of 12th f. a woodcut portrait of Wicliffe. 

— — Scriptorum illustrium majoris Brytanniae, quam 



nunc Angliam et Scotiam vocant : Catalogus : a Japheto 



BALE, 113 

per 3618 annos, usque ad annum hunc Domini 1557, ex 
Beroso, Gennadio, Beda, . . . collectus, et IX Centurias con- 
tinens. . . . Autore Joanne Baleo Sudovolgio Anglo, Osso- 
riensi apud Hybemos jampridem Episcopo, nunc apud 
Germanos pro Christi professione peregrino. BasiUiB, ex 
officina Joannis Oporini, 1557. 

Scriptorum illustrium majoris Britanniae posterior pars, 
quinque continens Centurias ultimas. Basilece^ ex officina 
Joannis Oporini^ ISS9« 

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and on the last page a wood-cut of the printer's mark. 

BALE, John, Bishop of Ossory. The first two partes of 
the Actes, or unchast examples of the Englysh Votaryes, 
gathered out of their owne legendes and chronycles by 
Johan Bale, and dedycated to our most redoubted soveraig^e 
kynge Edward the syxte. Imprynted at London by Abraham 
WeU^ Anno 1551. Two parts in i vol. small 8vo. black 
letter. 

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The first part of the Actes of English votaries, 

gathered out of theyr owne legendes and chronycles. Im- 
printed at London^ by John Tysdale^Anno 1560. — ^The second 
parte or continuation of the Englishe votaries. Imprinted 
at London by Jhon {sic) Tisdale. 2 parts in i vol. small 8vo. 
o. r. mor. Black letter. 



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redoubted soveraigne kyng Edwarde the syxte. Imprinted 
at London by John Tysdale, Anno 1560. 2 parts in i vol. 
small 8vo. Black letter. 



114 BALE— BALZAC. 

BALE, John. A brefe Chronycle concernynge the 
Examinacyon and death of the blessed martyr of Christ Syr 
Johan Oldcastell the lorde Cobham, collected togyther by 
Johan Bale. Imprynted anno Domini^ 1544- Small 8vo. 
o. r. mor. Black letter. 

With whole length woodcut portrait of Lord Cobham on the title 
page. 

A brefe Chronycle concernynge the Examynacyon 

and death of the blessed martyr of Christ Syr Johan Old- 
castell, the lorde Cobham. To which is added, an Ap- 
pendix of original instruments. London^ Davis^ 1729, royal 
8vo. With Portrait of Lord Cobham. 

Another copy, royal 8vo. r. mor. ON VELLUM. 

BALFOUR, Robert. Commentarius in libros duos 
Cleofnedis de contemplatione orbium ccelestium. Burdi- 
gaUB^ apud S. Millangium, 1605, 4^^. 

BALLARINI, Francesco. Compendio delle Croniche 
della citti di Como. Como, 161 9, small 4to. 

Baltimore, Frederic, Lord. s. Calvert (F.) 

BALUZE, Etienne. Capitularia reguni Francorum. 
Additae sunt Marculfi monachi et aliorum formulae 
veteres, et notae doctissimorum virorum. Stephanus Balu- 
zius Tutelensis in unum collegit, ad vetustissimos codices 
manuscriptos emendavit, magnam partem nunc primum 
edidit, notis illustravit. Parisiis, Franciscus Muguet, 1677, 
2 vols. fol. L.P. 

With Arms of Le Clerk de Lesseville, Comte de Brioude. 

BALZAC, Honors de. La Peau de Chagrin : Etudes 
sociales. Paris^ 1838, royal 8vo. 

Scenes de la vie priv^e. Troisiime Edition, 

entiferement refondue. Paris, 1834-35, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Le Foyer de TOp^ra. Paris, 1 840, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Scenes de la Vie de province. Paris, 1834-37, 4 

vols. 8vo. 



BALZAC— BANCROFT. 115 

BALZAC, HONORfi de. Les ressources de Quinola, 
com^die en cinq actes. Paris ^ 1842, 8vo. 

Scenes de la Vie Parisienne. Paris, 1834-35, 4 

vols. 8vo. 

Le Pire Goriot. Paris y 1835, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Berthe la repentie. Contes drolatiques. Paris^ 

1839, 8vo. 

Catherine de M^dicis expliqu^e. Le Martyr Cal- 

viniste. Paris, 1845, 3 vols. 8vo. 

Le Cabinet des Antiques. Seine de la vie de 

province; suivie de Gambara. Paris, 1839, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Honorine. Paris, 1845, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Un Grand homme de province k Paris. Seine de la 

vie de province. Paris, 1839, 2 vols. 8vo. 

BALZAC, Jean Louis Guez de. Lettres choisies. 
Amsterdam, 1656, i8mo. 

Letters, translated into English. London, 1638, 

small 4to. 

Rich. Carbenys autograph on title page. 

Politics in select discourses, which he calFd his 

Aristippus, or Wise scholar. Done into English by Basil 
Kennett. London, 1709, 8vo. 

BANCROFT, Edward. An essay on the natural his- 
tory of Guiana in South America. London, 1769, 8vo. 

BANCROFT, George. A History of the United 
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Boston, 1 834- 1 841, 3 vols. 8vo. 

History of the American Revolution. Lotidon, 

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BANCROFT, Thomas. Two bookes of Epigrammes, 
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Sir Charles Shirley, Baronet, and William Davenport, 
Esquire. London, printed by J. Okes, for Matthew Wat- 
bancke, 1639. Small 4to. 



ii6 BANDELLO—BANKES. 

BANDELLO, Matteo. Canti XL composti dal Ban- 
dello delle lodi de la S. Lucrezia Gonzaga di Gazuolo, e del 
vero amore, col Tempio di pudicitia, e con altre cose per 
dentro poeticamente descritte. — Le III. Parche da esso 
Bandello cantate ne la nativiti del S. Giano primogenito 
del S. Cesare Fregoso, e de la S. Gostanza Rangona 
sua consorte. Agen, per Antonio RebogliOy 1545, small 
8vo. V. 

" Le III. Parche" are wanting. 37 f. is partly torn, and several fF. are 
badly mended. 

La Quarta parte delle Novelle del Bandello nuova- 



mente composte : n6 per Tadietro date in luce. Stampato 
in Lione, per Pietro Rotissino^ I573> small 8vo. 

BANDINEL, Bulkeley. A Catalogue of the books 
relating to British Topography, and Saxon and Northern 
literature, bequeathed to the Bodleian Library, in the year 
1799, by Richard Grough. Oxford^ Clarendon Press^ 1 8 14, 
4to. 

BANDURI, Anselmo. Bibliotheca Nummaria, sive 
auctorum qui de re nummaria scripserunt, in nomismato- 
philon Germanorum gratiam. . . cum notulis et indicibus 
recusa, atque dissertationibus virorum doctorum de hoc 
argumento praemissa ; curante Jo. Alberto Fabricio. Ham- 
burgiy 1 7 19, 2 parts in i vol. 4to. With 5 plates. 

Imperium Orientale, sive Antiquitates Constanti- 

nopolitanae. S. BYZANTINiE HlSTORIiE SCRIPTORES. 

Numismata Imperatorum Romanorum a Trajano 

Decio ad Palaeologos Augustos. Accessit Bibliotheca 
Nummaria. s. Byzantin^E HlSTORIiE SCRIPTORES. 

BANKES, Henry. The civil and constitutional His- 
tory of Rome, from its foundation to the age of Augustus. 
London, 18 18, 2 vols. 8vo. 



£A NKS—BA RBERINO. 1 17 

BANKS, Thomas H. C The dormant and extinct Baron- 
age of England, or an historical and genealogical account 
of the lives, public employments, and most memorable 
actions of the English Nobility, who have flourished from 
the Norman Conquest to the year 1809. London^ 1807- 
1809, 3 vols. 4to. 

Barante, a. G. p. Brugiere de. s. Brugi^re. 

BARATTI, GlACOMO. The late travels of S. Giacomo 
Baratti, an Italian gentleman, into the remote countries of 
the Abissins, or of Ethiopia Interior. Translated by G. D. 
London^ far Benjamin Billings ten, 1670, small 8vo. 

BARBARO, Daniel, Eletto Patriarca d'Aquileia. 
Exquisits in Porphirium commentationes. Veneliis, afiud 
Aldijilios, 1542, small 4to. 

Delia Eloquenza, dialogo. Nuovamente mandato 

in luce da Girolamo Ruscelli. Venetia, appresso Vincemo 
Valgrisio, 1557, 4to. 

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pittori, scultori, et ad architetti. Venetian Camilla et 
Rutilia Bargaminieriy 1569, fol. With woodcuts. 

BARBERI, Michel Angelo. Description d'une 
table en mosalque expos^e k Rome en 1823. Paris, 1824, 
foL mar. mor. 

Barberini, Francesco, Cardinale. Index Bibliothecae 
Barberinae. s. BiBLlOTHECA. 

BARBERINI, Maffeo, Cardinale, afterwards Pope 
Urban VIII. Poesie toscane del Cardinal Maffeo Bar- 
berino, hoggi Papa Urbano Ottavo. Roma, 1637. — Poemata. 
Romce, 1637. Two vols, bound in i, small 4to. 

BARBERINO, Francesco. Document! d'Amore. 
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ii8 BARBIERI—BARETTI. 

BARBIERI, Giovanni, da Cento, detto il Guercino. 
Raccolta di alcuni disegni. Roma, 1764, fol. max. russia. 

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BARBOUR, John. The Actes and Life of the most 
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Wherein also are contained the martiall deedes of the val- 
liant Princes, Edward Bruce, Sir James Douglas, Erie 
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8vo. 443 pp. Black letter. 

BARCHOU DE PENHOEN, le Baron. Histoire de 
la Philosophic Allemande depuis Leibnitz jusqu'd Hegel. 
Paris, 1836, 2 vols. 8vo. 

BARCLAY, Alexander. A practical view of the 
present state of slavery in the West Indies. London, 1826, 
8vo. 

BARCLAY, John. Sylvae. Londini, excudebat R. B. 
anno 1606, small 4to. 

Argenis. Lugduni Batavorum, ex officina Elzevi- 

riana, 1630, small i2mo. v. 

His Argenis, or the loves of Polyarchus and 

Argenis, faithfully translated out of Latin into English by 
Kingsmill Long, Esquire. The second edition beautified 
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the whole story. London, Henry Seile, 1636, small 4to. 

Engraved title-page, portrait, and 23 cuts on the letter-press by C. 
Mellan and L. Gaultier. 

BAREITH, pRto^RiQUE Sophie Wilhelmine de 
Prusse, Margrave de. M^moires Merits de sa main. Bruns- 
wick, Paris et Londres, 18 12, 2 vols. 8vo. 

BARETTI, Giuseppe. An account of the manners 
and customs of Italy, with observations on the mistakes of 



BARETTI—BARLOWE, 119 

some travellers with regard to that country. Londini, 1768, 
2 vols. 8vo. 

BARETTI, Giuseppe. A journey from London to 
Genoa, through England, Portugal, Spain, and France. 
London^ 1770, 4 vols. 8vo. 

Discours sur Shakespeare et sur Mons«". de Voltaire. 

Londres et Paris, 1777, 8vo. 

A dictionary of the English and Italian languages. 

Florence^ 1832, 2 vols. 4to. 

A dictionary Spanish and English, and English 

and Spanish. London, 1778, fol. 

Bargaeus, Petrus Angelius. s. Angelio (P.) 

BARGAGLI, Girolamo. La Pellegrina, commedia. 
Siena, Luca Bonetti, 1589, small 8vo. 

La Pellegrina, commedia. Siena, 161 8, i8mo. 

or. mor. 

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BARLiEUS, Caspar, s. Baerle (G.) 
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BARLOW, Thomas, Bishop of Lincoln. The rights of 
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London, 1680, 8vo. 

BARLOW, Thomas. The grand Question concerning 
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London, 1680, 8vo. 

BARLOWE, William. Magneticall Advertisements : 
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very pleasant for knowledge, and most needfuU for prac- 
tise, of travelling, or framing of instruments fit for travellers 
both by sea and land. London, Edward Griffin, 1616, 4to. 
Woodcuts. 



120 BARNARD— BARNES. 

BARNARD, FREDERICK Augusta. Bibliothecae 
Regis Catalogus. Londini^ Bulmer et Nicftols, 1820-29, 
5 vols. large fol. russia. 

Portraits of George III. and Mr. Barnard. 

BARNARD, Thomas. An historical character, re- 
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Leedes^ i2mo. 

BARNES, Barnabe. Parthenophil and Parthenophe. 

Sonnettes, Madrigals, Elegies and Odes. To the right 

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"To the learned Gentlemen readers" there is the date "May 1593." 
On the verso of the same leaf there are the following lines : — 
Go barstard Orphan packe thee hence, 
And seeke some straimger for defence : 
Now ginnes thy basenesse to be knowne, 
Nor dare I take thee for mine owne : 
Thy levity shal be descried. 
But if that any have espied, 
And question with thee of thy Sire, 
Or Mistrisse of his vaine desire, 
Or aske the place from whence thou came. 
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BARNES— BARRELIER. I2i 

Heereafter when I better may, 
lie send reliefe some other day. 

Then — 146 pages, numbered, containing 105 sonnettes, 26 madri- 
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pastorals, 5 sestines. — Four other pages, not numbered, containing 
6 sonnets, the last of which " To the beautifull Lady the Lady Brigett 
Manners " is signed ^ Your bewties most affectionate servant, Barnabe 
Barnes."— Four more pages of " Table " and " Faultes " which do not 
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On the title-page there are autographs of—" Jo. Barnes.** " Cuthb. 
CrcsweL" " Thomas Delavale." 

The ONLY COPY known ; it belonged to Bishop Dampier. 

BARNES, Joshua. Gerania : a new discovery of a 
little sort of people, called Pygmies. London^ for Obadiah 
Blagrave^ 1675, small 8vo. gr. mor. 

Anacreon Christianus : hoc est, parodiae duae Ana- 

creonticae, et alia poemata. (Gr. Lat) CantabriguB^ 1705. 
l2mo. 

s. Anacreon. 

BAROZZIO, JACOMO, da Vignola. Regola delli 
cinque Ordini d'Architettura di M. Jacomo Barozzio da 
Vignola. {Roma, 1563.) 32 plates, fol. 

Barozzio's portrait on title page : bound with Labacco. 

Regola delli cinque Ordini d'Architettura di M. 

Jacomo Barozzio da Vignola Libro primo, et originale. 
{Rof/ta, ? 1563), 32 plates fol. 

Set on large paper and bound with Labacco. 

The Regular Architect: or the general rule of 

the Five Orders of Architecture. With a new addition of 
Michael Angelo Buonaroti. Rendred into English from 
the original Italian, and explained by John Leeke. London, 
William Sherwin, 1669, fol. 

With portraits of Barozzio and Michael Angelo. 

BARRAL, P. Mdmoires sur Thistoire naturelle de Tisle 
de Corse. Londres, 1783, 8vo. 

BARRELIER, Jacques. Plantae per Galliam, His- 
paniam, et Italiam observatae, iconibus aeneis exhibitae. 



122 BARRkRE— BARROW. 

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BARTOLI, COSIMO. Del modo di misurare le 
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prospettive, et tutte le altre cose terrene, che possono 
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BARTOLI, Padre Daniello. Opere. Firenze, 1829. 
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BARTOLI, PiETRO Santi. Veteres Arcus Augus- 
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Frontispiece with Cardinal Ottobini's portrait, and 45 plates. 

Colonna Trajana eretta dal Senato e popolo 

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119 numbered plates, besides frontispiece and 6 unnumbered plates. 

Columna Cochlis M. Aurelio Antonino Augusto 

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BARTOLL 127 

peditione insignis . . Brevibus notis Jo. Petri Bellorii illus- 
trata, et a Petro Sancte Bartolo aere incisa. Iterum in 
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BARTOLI, PiETRO Santi. Le Pitture antiche del 
Sepolcro de Nasonii nella Via Flaminia. Disegnate, et inta- 
gliate alia similitudine degli antichi original!, da Pietro Santi 
Bartoli. Descritte, et illustrate da Gio. Pietro Bellori. Parte 
prima. Roma, Gio. Battista Bussotti, 1680, fol. 35 plates, 

Le Pitture antiche del Sepolcro de Nasonii 

nella Via Flaminia. RomUy Antonio de Rossi, 1702, fol. 

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Le Pitture antiche delle grotte di Roma, e del 

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degli antichi originali da Pietro Santi Bartoli, e Francesco 
Bartoli, suo figliuolo ; descritte, et illustrate da Gio. Pietro 
Bellori, e Michelangelo Causei de la Chausse. Roma, 
Gaetano degli Zenobj\ 1706, fol. 75 plates. 

Gli antichi Sepolcri, overo Mausolei Romani et 

Etruschi, trovati in Roma, et in altri luoghi celebri; 
nelli quali si contengono molte erudite memorie. Raccolti, 
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1 14 plates. 

Another copy. Fol. v. 

114 plates numbered, and four additional plates unnumbered. 

Le antiche Lucerne sepolcrali figurate, raccolte 

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Lucemae veterum sepulchrales iconicae, ex caver- 

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Nunc. . . versis ex Italico in Latinum observationibus. 



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BARTOLI, PiETRo Santi. Admiranda Romanarum 
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opere *elaborata, ex marmoreis exemplaribus quae Romae 
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Museum Odescalchum, sive. Thesaurus antiquarum 

Gemmarum, quae a Christina Svecorum Regina coUectae 
in Musaeo Odescalcho adservantur, et a Petro Sancte Bartolo 
quondam incisae, nunc primum in lucem proferuntur . . . 
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Antiquissimi Virgiliani codicis fragmenta* s. VlR- 

GILIUS. 

Disegno della Loggia di S. Pietro in Vaticano. s. 

Lanfranco (Gio.) 

BARTOLO da Sasso Ferrato. Tractat^ pcuratoris 
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virgo Maria se opposuit contra ipm et obtinuit necnon 
obmutuit pugna contra genus humanum. Fit'^ et impss^ 
i pns iste fractal p ntgrm BartfuT Guldibeck, de sultz Anno 
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BARTOLOMMEO da S. Concordio. Ammaestra- 
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BARTON, Richard. Lectures on natural philosophy, 
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BARTRAM, William. Travels through North and 
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BARTSCH, Adam. Le Peintre Graveur. Vienne, 
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Usus astronomicus indicis Aspectuum veterum et prae- 
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et Anglicos, necnon ad antiquiores editiones castigata, 
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notis, variis lectionibus illustrata, nova sancti doctoris vita 
et copiosissimis indicibus locupletata. Opera et studio 
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Opera omnia quae extant, vel quae ejus nomine 

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BASILIUS, Bishop of Seleucia. De vita ac miraculis 
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BASILIUS, Imperator. Exhortationum capita LXVI. 
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BATE, John. The Mysteries of Nature and Art. In 
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BATEMAN, James. Orchidaceae of Mexico and 
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BATEMAN, Thomas, and GLOVER, Stephen. 
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A descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities in the 

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BATES, William. Vitae selectorum aliquot Virorum, 
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Explication d'une Pierre grav^e du Cabinet de 

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Lettres sur le prdtendu Solon des pierres gravies. 

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BAXTER, William. Glossarium Antiquitatum Roma- 
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BELL, Sir Charles. Observations on Italy. London^ 
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BELLIN, Jacques-Nicolas. Description g^ogra- 
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Bellonius, Petrus. s. Belon (P.) 

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Veterum illustrium philosophorum, poetarum, rhe- 

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Frontispiece by Jo. Blondeau, and 95 plates. 

Descrizzione delle imagini dipinte da Rafaelle 

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BELON, Pierre. De Aquatilibus, libri duo, cum «con- 
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De arboribus coniferis, resiniferis, aliis quoque non- 

nuUis sempitema fronde virentibus, cum earundem iconibus 
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Les Observations de plusieurs singularitez et 

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Les Observations de plusieurs singularitez et choses 

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Autograph of* Sir Wm. Heruy" on tide page. 

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BELS HAM, William. Memoirs of the reign of George 
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BELTRANO, OtTavio. Breve descrittione del Regno 
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BELZONI, GIOVAN Battista. Narrative of the opera- 
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BEMBO, PlETRO, Cardinale. GH Asolani di Messer 

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Gli AsolanL Edition terza. ( Venetia, Comin da 

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Prose di M. Pietro Bembo nelle quali si ragiona 

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Le Prose del Bembo. Fiorenza^ Lorenzo Tor- 

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Diversarum Speculationum mathematicarum et 

physicarum Liber. Taurini, apud hcsredem Nicolai Bevi-^ 
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Speculationum liber ; in quo mira subtilitate haec 

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nibus operationum perspectivae ; de mechanicis ; disputa- 
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BENNER, H. Collection de vingt-quatre portraits de 
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BENNETT, George. Wanderings in New South 
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The History and Antiquities of the conventual 

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BENTINCK, Lord William Cavendish. Memorial 

addressed to the honourable Court of Directors containing 

an account of the mutiny at Vellore, with the causes and 

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^ With Lord William Bentinck's compliments." 

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Historical Relations of the United Provinces of 

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The compleat History of the Wars of Flanders, englished 
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2 vols, bound in i vol. fol. Bentivoglio's portrait. 

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BENTLEY, Richard. The folly and unreasonable- 
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Richardi Bentlei et doctorum virorum Epistolae, 

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BENTLEY, Thomas. The Monument of Matrones : 
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BENYOWSKI, Mauritius Augustus, Count de. 
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from that peninsula through the Northern Pacific Ocean, 
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an account of the French settlement he was appointed to 
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BENZONI, GiROLAMO. La Historia del Mondo Nuovo, 
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delle nuove cittA da lui proprio vedute, per acqua et per 
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With portrait of Benzoni on the title page, and woodcuts. 

BfeR ANGER, P. J. de. CEuvres completes. Nouvelle 
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BERCHEURE, Pierre. Fratris Petri Berthorij 
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BERDINI, ViNCENZO, Minore Osservante. Historia del- 
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1 54 BE RE T TINI—BER GIER. 

BERETTINI, Pietro, da Cortona. Barberinae 
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9 plates. 

Galeria dipinta nel palazzo del Prencipe Panfilio da 
Pietro Berrettini da Cortona, intagliata da Carlo Cesio. 
Roma^ Gio, Jacomo Rossi. i6 plates. 

Heroicae virtutis imagines, quas Petrus Berretinus Cor- 
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sculpserunt Corn. Bern. Balliu, Blcemart, Jo. Jac. Blondeau, 
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Three parts bound in i vol. imperial fol. 

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Le Dessein de I'histoire de Reims, avec diverses 

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BERGIER, NicolaS-Sylvestre. Traits historique 
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BERGMANN, Torberny, Opuscula physica et 
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Commentationes, e quarto novorum reg. scientia- 

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An Essay on the usefulness of Chemistry, and 

its application to the various occasions of life. London^ 

1783, 8vo. 

Sciagraphia regni mineralis, secundum principia 

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Physical and chemical Essays; translated from 

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Manuel du Min^ral(^ste. Traduit et augment^ 

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Traits des affinit& chymiques, ou attractions 

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BERGMANN, Torberny. Bergmannisches Worter- 
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Bergmannisches Journal, s. Periodical Publi- 
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BERINGTON, Rev. Joseph. A literary history of 
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BERKELEY, George, Bishop of Cloyne. The 
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Alciphron; or, the minute Philosopher, in seven 

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BERKELEY, George, Bishop of Cloyne. A Defence 

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*' Given me by my dear friend the Bishop of Coyne the author, 
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A Miscellany, containing several Tracts on various 

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BERKENHOUT, John. First lines of the theory and 
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BERKLEY, GEORGE. The Querist, or, several queries 
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BERKLEY, Sir John. Memoirs, containing an ac- 
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BERLICOM, Andrea van. Elementorum de rerum 
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BERNARD, Saint, Abbot of Clairvaux. Opera omnia 
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Les Lettres, traduites en Francois, avec des Notes. 

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La Vie de S. Bernard, s. Lamy. 

BERNARD, Richard. The Faithfull Shepheard ; or 
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Bernardin de St.-Pierr^. s. Saint-Pierre (B.) 

Bernardino, Amico, da Gallipoli. s. Amico (B.) 

BERNHARD, Graf von der Marck und Jervis. 
Chymische Schrifften von dem gebenedeyten Stein der 
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BERNI, Francesco. Orlando Innamorato, composto 
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hora rifatto tutto di nuovo. Aggiunte in questa seconda 
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BERNI, Francesco. Orlando Innamorato, composto 
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II Primo Hbro dell' opere burlesche di M. Fran- 
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Delle Rime piacevoli del Bemi, Casa, Mauro, 



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Domenichi, Strascino, Borgogna, Ruscelli, Sansovino, Doni, 
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II Primo (ed il Secondo) Libro delle Opere 

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L* Orlando Innamorato, e le Rime Burlesche. 



Milano, 1806, 5 vols. 8vo. Classici Italiani, vols. 45^49. 

BERNIER, FRAN90IS. Voyages. Enrichis de cartes 
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BERNIER, Jean. Histoire de Blois, contenant les anti- 
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BERNIS, FRAN901S-J0ACHIM DE Pierre, Comte 
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BERNOULLI, Daniel. Hydrodynamica ; sive de 
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BERNOULLI, Jacques. Opera. Geneva, 1744, 2 
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The doctrine of permutations and combinations. 

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BERNOULLI, Jean. Opera omnia tam antea sparsim 

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Recueil pour les Astronomes. Berlin, 1771 — 1776, 

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A Sexcentenary Table, exhibiting, at sight, the 

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Description historique et g^ographique de I'lnde, 

qui prdsente — i. La geographic de Tlndoustan, ^crite 



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en Latin, par le p^re Joseph Tieffenthaler. 2. Des re- 
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BERNOULLI, Nicolas. Dissertatio inauguralis 
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BEROALDE, Francois, Sieur de Verville. Le 
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BEROLDINGEN, Franz von. Phisicalisch - che- 
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BERRY, Miss. A comparative View of the social life 
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Social life of England and France from the French 

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BERRY AT, Jean. Recueil de M^moires, ou Collec- 
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Tanatomie, et la chirurgie, la chymie, la physique exp^ri- 
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BERTELLI, Ferdinanix). Omnium fere gentium 
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BERTHELOT. La M^canique appliqu^e aux arts, 
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BERTHOLLET, Claude-Louis. Elements de Tart 
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BERTH OLON, Nicolas. De I'Electricit^ des v^g6- 
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BERTHOUD, Ferdinand. Essai sur THorlogerie, 
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Trait^ des Horloges marines, contenant la th^orie^ 

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Eclaircissement sur Tinvention, la thterie, la con- 
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BERTIER, Joseph-Etienne. Physique des corps 
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Frontispiece, by F. Zucchi, and many cuts. 

BERTONDELLI, Girolamo. Historia della citti di 
Feltre. Venetia, 1673, 4to. Two plates. 

BERTRAM, Bonaventure Corneille. Comparatio 
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Aramicarum inter se: concinnata ex hebraicis Antonij 
Cevallerij praeceptionibus, Aramicisque doctorum aliorum 
virorum observationibus. Geneva, afud Eustathium Vignon, 
1574, 4to. 

BERTRAND, Elie. M^moires sur la structure in- 
t^rieure de la Terre. Paris, 1760, 8vo. 

- — Recueil des divers traits sur Thistoire naturelle 
de la Terre et des fossiles. Avignon, 1766, 4to. 

BERTRAND, Louis. D^veloppement nouveau de la 
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BERWICK, Jacques Fitz-James, Mar^chal, Due de. 
M^moires du Mar^chal de Berwick, Merits par lui-m£me ; 
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1734; pr6c6d^ de son portrait, par Milord Bolingbroke, et 
d'une ^bauche d'61oge historique, par le president de Montes- 
quieu. Paris, 1778, 2 vols. i2mo. 

BESLER, Basilius. Hortus Eystettensis, sive diligens 
et accurata omnium plantarum, florum, stirpium, ex variis 
orbis terrae partibus, singulari studio collectarum, quas in 
celeberrimis viridariis arcem episcopalem ibidem cingen- 




BESNIER—BE TA GH. 163 

tibus, hoc tempore conspiciuntur, delineatio, et ad vivum 

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vol. fol. max. o. v. 

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piece to each part by J* Leybold, and numerous plates. 

BESNIER, Pierre. Le Jardinier botaniste. Paris, 
1705, i2mo. 

BESSARIONE, Giovanni, Cardinal Sabino, and 
Patriarch of Constantinople. Adversus calumniatorem Pla- 
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Trapezuntium Cretensem. 

Cdradus Suueynheym : Amoldus PdnartMque magistri 
Rami impresserurU talia multa simuL 
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BESSON, Jacques. Le Cosmolabe, ou, instrument 
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Terre, comme en la Mer. Paris, Ph. G. de Roville, IS^/- 
Le Cosmographe, instrument adioinct en la superieure 
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BESSON, Jacques. Theatrum instrumentorum et ma- 
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BETAGH, William. A voyage round the World. 
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year 17 19, chiefly to cruise on the Spaniards in the great 
South Ocean. London, 1721. 8vo. 



i64 BETHENCOUR T—BETHUNE. 

BETHENCOURT, Jean de. Histoire de la premiere 
descouverte et conqueste des Canaries. Faite dfes Tan 
1402 par Messire Jean de Bethencourt, Chambellan du Roy 
Charles VI. Escrite du temps mesme par F. Pierre Bon- 
tier religieux de S. Francois, et Jean le Verrier prestre, 
domestiques dudit sieur de Bethencourt Et mise en 
lumiere par M. Galien de Bethencourt. Plus un Traicti de 
la Navigation et des Voyages de descouverte et conqueste 
modemes, et principalement des Francois (By Pierre Ber- 
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2 vols, bound in i, small 8vo. 

BETHUNE, Maximilien de,Ducde Sully. Memoires 
des sages et royalles Oeconomies d'Estat, domestiques, 
politiques et militaires de Henry le Grand, Texemplaire des 
Roys, le prince des vertus, des armes et des loix, et le pere 
en effet de ses peuples Francois. Et des servitudes utiles 
obeissances convenables et administrations loyales de 
Maxinulian de Bethune Tun des plus confidens familiers 
et utiles soldats et serviteurs du grand Mars des Francois. 
Dediez k la France, k tous les bons Soldats et tous peuples 
Francois. A Amstelredam, chez Alethinosgraphe de Cleare- 
Htnelee^ et Graphexachon de Pistariste^ 2 vols, bound in i fol. 

Printed at the Chateau de Sully in 1638. ChifTre de la Maison de 
Sully peint en vert Parall^le de Cdsar avec Henry le Grand, in French 
and Latin, printed in Roman characters, from p. 470 to p. 488. 

Another copy. o. r. mor. g. e. by De Rome. 

Pandit de C^sar avec Henry le Grand, in italics from p. 469 to 
p. 476. 

— Memoires des sages et royales Oeconomie d'Estat. 
Amstelredam (Paris), 2 vols. — Memoires ou Oeconomies 
royales d'Estat Tomes troisiesme et quatriesme. Paris, 
Augustin Caurbi, 1662, 2 vols. In all 4 vols, bound in 

3 foL r. mor. 

Memoires. Mis en ordre, avec des remarques par 




BETHUNE—BETUSSI. 165 

M. L. D. L. D. L. (Mr. I'AbW de TEcIuse dcs L(^es). 

Landris (Paris)^ 17A7' 3 vols. 4ta 

Frontispiece engraved by Baudet and portraits of Sully by Tardieu 
fils, and of Henry IV. by Mathey. 

BETHUNE, Maximilien de, Due de SULLY. Me- 
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M^moires. Nouvelle Edition. Paris^ Ledaux^ 

1822, 6 vols. 8vo. 

BETTINI, Mario. Apiaria universal philosophiae 
mathematicse, in quibus paradoxa, et nova pleraque Machi- 
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tionibus confirmata. Opus curiosissimis inventis refertum, 
figurarum aereis formis cusarum numerosa, et speciosa 
varietate omatum, et in duos tomos distributum. Accessit 
ad finem secundi tomi Euclides applicatus. Bonania^ 1642, 
2 vols, in I, fol. L. P. 

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whom the work is dedicated, and numerous cuts by Francesco CurtL 

iErarium philosophiae mathematicae, in quo ele- 

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figuris applicata et omata . . methodojucundioreetbreviore 

distributa sunt. Bononia, 1648, 3 vols. 4to. 

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plates and cuts ; autograph of Samuel Grainger on title page. 

BETTONI, Carlo, Conte. Pensieri sul govemo de' 
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Betuleius, Xystus. Annotationes in Laelium Cice- 
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BETUSSI, Giuseppe. II Raverta, dialogo nel quale si 

ragiona d' Amore, et de gli effetti suoi. Vinegia^ Gabriel 

Gioliio di Ferrari, 1545, small 8vo. 

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Old ItaL binding in citr. mor. Cardinal Granvelle's copy. 



i66 BETUSSI—BEVERIDGE. 

BETUSSI, Giuseppe. Ragionamento sopra il Cathaio ; 
luogo dello 111. S. Pio Enea Obizzi. Padova, per Lorenzo 
PasquaHy 1573, small 4to. o. g. mon Dc Peiresc's copy. 

BEUFUES. Beufues danthonne nouvellement im- 

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nouuellemit imprime a Paris par Michel le Noir. . . Le 

huytiesme iour doctobre Lan mil cinq cens et deux. Goth. 

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^ Cy finist le liure de beufues et de la belle iosienne." 

BEUGHEM, Cornelius A. Biblic^fraphia Mathema- 
tica et artificiosa novissima. Amsterdam^ 1688, i8mo. 

BEUGNOT, A. Histoire de la destruction du Pagan- 
isme en Occident Ouvrage couronn^ par FAcad^mie 
royale des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, en Tann^ 1832. 
Paris, 1835, 2 vols. 8vo. 

BEVER, Samuel. The Cadet. A military treatise, 
by an officer. London, 1756, 8vo. L. P. 

BEVERIDGE. William, Bishop of St Asaph, Insti- 
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arithmetices chronologies libellis. Londini, 1669, small 
4to. 

l,v9i!iMoit^ sive, Pandectae Canonum SS. Apostolo- 

rum, et Conciliorum ab Ecclesia Graeca receptorum ; nee non 
canonicarum SS. Patrum epistolarum : una cum scholiis 
Antiquorum singulis eorum annexis, et scriptis aliis hue 
spectantibus. Gulielmus Beveregius recensuit, prolegomenis 
munivit, et annotationibus auxit. (Gr. Lat) Oxonii, e Theatro 
Sheldoniano, 1672, 2 vols. fol. 

Works, with a Memoir of the author, and a critical 

Examination of his writings by Thomas Hartwell Home. 
London, 1824, 9 vols. 8vo. 

Beveridge's portrait by Ferrers, engraved by Warren. 



BE VERIDGE—BE WICK. 167 

BEVERIDGE, William, Bishop of St. Asaph. Theo- 
l(^cal Works. Oxford^ 1842—48, 12 vols. 8vo. s. Library 
OF Anglo-Catholic Theology. 

BEVERINI, Bartolommeo. Syntagma de Ponde- 
ribus, et Mensuris, in quo veterum nummorum praetium, ac 
mensurarum quantitas demonstratur. Accessit de Roma- 
norum comitiis tractatus. Luc<b^ 171 i> small 8vo. 

Syntagma de Ponderibus et Mensuris antiquorum, 

cum praefatione Jo. Georgii Walchii. Prodit nunc tertio 
cum additionibus et mantissa nummorum Byzantinorum 
Sebastian! Pauli. Neapoli, ^7^9* small 8vo. 

BEVERLY, R. The History and Present State of 
Virginia, in four parts. By a native and inhabitant of the 

place. London, I/OS, 8vo. 

Frontispiece and 14 engravings by S. Gribelin. 

BEVIS, John. Uranc^^phia, {London, 1750-70), 
oblong fol., 51 Tables, besides frontispiece. 

BEWICK, Thomas. History of British Birds. The 
figures engraved on wood by T. Bewick. VoL I. contain- 
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1797. Vol. II. containing the history and description of 
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i68 BE WICK—BEZE. 

BEWICK, Thomas- The Bewick Collector ; a descrip- 
tive Catalogue of the Works of Thos. and John Bewick, 
s. Hugo (Th.) 

BEWLY, Richard. A Treatise on air, containing new 
experiments and thoughts on combustion ; being a full in- 
vestigation of M. Lavoisier's system, and proving, by some 
striking experiments, its erroneous principles. London^ 
1791, 8vo. 

BEZE, Th£odoR£ de. Poematum editio secunda, ab 
eo recognita. Item, ex Georgio Buchanano aliisque variis 
insignibus poetis excerpta carmina, praesertimque epigram- 
mata. {Parisiis\ Henr. Stephanus^ I5^ small 8va 

On the title-page : — ^ £ libris Davidis Haeschelij AugustanL* 

Poemata varia. Sylvae, Elegiac. Epitaphia. 

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Omnia ab ipso auctore in unum nunc corpus coUecta et 
recognita. {Geneva^ Henricus Stepftanus)^ Anno 1597, 4ta v. 

It contains Abrakamus sacrificans and Appendix. Woodcuts to 
EmbUnuU€u 372 pp. and 8 preliminary pp. 

— Poemata, quibus continentur silvae, elegiac, epita- 



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Epistolarum Theologicarum liber unus. Geneva^ 



Vignony 1573, i2mo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Les vrais Pourtraits des Hommes illustres in piete 

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Goulart). Geneve^ Jean de Loon, 1581, small 4to« v. 

48 Portraits and 44 Emblems. 

De Francicae linguae recta pronuntiatione, tractatus. 

GeneviEy apud Eustathium Vignon^ 1584, small 8vo. 



BEZE—BIANCHINI. 169 

BEZE, Theodore de. De vera pronuntiatione graecae 
et latinae linguae commentarii doctissimorum virorum; 
quorum primus, qui est de pronuntiatione graecae linguae, 
Theod. Bezam autorem habet. Parisiis^ Henricus Stephanus^ 
1587, small 8vo. 

Histoire Eccl^siastique des Eglises R^form^es au 

Royaume de France. LilU^ 1841, 2 vols. 8vo. 

s. Bible, New Testament, and Catechism. 

BIAGIOLI, G. Grammaire Italienne ^l^mentaire et 
raisonn^e, suivie d'un traits de la po^sie Italienne, ouvrage 
approuv^ par Flnstitut de France. 4me Edition, Paris, 18 19, 
8vo. r. mor. 



Tesoretto della lingua Toscana. Parigi, 1822, 



8vo. r. mor. 



Preparation i T^tude de la langue Latine. Paris, 

1829, 8vo. 

Grammaire analytique de la langue Fran9aise. 

Paris, 1829, 8vo. 

BIANCHINI, Francesco. De Kalendario et Cyclo 
Caesaris, ac de Paschali canone S. Hippolyti martyris dis- 
sertationes duae ; quibus inseritur descriptio et explanatio 
basis, in Campo Martio nuper detectae, sub Columna Anto- 
nino Pio olim dicata. His accessit enarratio per epistolam 
ad amicum de Nummo et Gnomone Clementino. Rama, 
1703, small fol. 13 plates. 

Hesperi et Phosphori nova phaenomena, sive Obser- 

vationes circa planetam Veneris. Roma, 1728, fol L. P. 
9 plates. 

Del Palazzo de' Cesari, opera postuma (Ital. and 

Lat) Verona, 1738. Imp. fol. nissia. L. P. 

20 plates by G. Scolari, V. Franceschini, R. Pozzi, Valesi, and 
others. 



170 BIBLE, POLYGLOTT. GREEK. 

BIBLE. Pofygiott. Biblia Polyglotta Complutensis. 
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BIBLE, LATIN. 171 

Andrea soceri, MDXVIIL mense Fdruario, foL o. r. mon gilt 

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variisque lectionibus ex diversorum exemplarium collatione 
decerptis, et ad Hebraicam veritatem in Veteri Testamento 
revocatis, aucta et illustrata. Francofurti, apud Andrea 
Wecheli Heredes, 1 597, fol. 

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andrino, qui Londini in Bibliotheca Musei Britannic! 

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172 BIBLE, LATIN. 

without date, mentioned by Bninet See a description of it in Biblio- 
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can. in civitaie Maguntn sic effigiatiL et ad eusebid dei indus- 

trie per ioKezfust civi et Petru schoiffher de gemsheym cleri- 

cU diaces. eiusdem est consummate Anno dni. M.CCCCJLXII, 

In vigilia assumpdois virg, marie. 2 vols. fol. o. red mor. g. e. 

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opera atq. impensa Nicolai Jensen Gallici M.CCCCJLXXVI, 
I vol. bound in 2 parts, small fol. r. mor. g. e. by de Rome. 

On Vellum. 

Illuminated capital letters, margin 2\ inches. 



BIBLE, LATIN. 173 

BIBLE. Biblia Sacra Latina. Biblia impressa Vaenetijs 
opera atque impisa Theodorici de Reynsburch et Reynaldi de 
Novimagio TheuUmicor. ac Socior. M.CCCC.LXXVIIL 
small foL o. r. mor. g. e. 



Biblia. Hebraea, Chaldaea, Graeca et Latina, no- 

mina virorum, mulierum, populorum, idolorum, urbium, 
fluviorum, montium, caeterorumque locorum quae in Bibliis 
Iq^ntur, restituta, cum Latina interpretatione. Locorum 
descriptio e cosmographis. Index praeterea rerum et sen- 
tentiarum quae in iisdem Bibliis continentur. His acces- 
serunt schemata Tabemaculi Mosaici, et Templi Salomonis, 
quae praeeunte Francisco Vatablo Hebraicarum literarum 
r^o professore doctissimo, summa arte et fide expressa 
sunt Parisiis, ex officina Roberti Stephani, 1 538-40, 4 parts 
in 2 vols. imp. fol. o. russia. L. P. 

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prolatione, interpretationem. Indices insuper tres, quibus 
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174 BIBLE, LATIN. 

BIBLE. Biblia Sacrosancta Veteris ac Nov! Testament! 

juxta Vulgatam editionem, quorum alterum ad Hebraicam, 

alterum ad Graecam veritatem emendatum est diligentissime, 

ut nova editio non facile desyderetur, et vetus tamen hie 

ag^oscatur : adjectis ex eruditis scriptoribus scholijs, ita, ubi 

opus est, locupletibus, ut pro commentariis sint : multis 

certe locorum millibus praesertim difficilioribus lucem afie- 

runt Auctore Isidoro Clario Brixiano ex monacho Casi- 

nate Episa Fulginatensi. Ex secunda ejus recognitione. 

Venetijst in officina hctredum Luca Antonij yunta, i557> 

mensis Julij^ fol. purple mor. g. e. L. P. 

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Biblioth. Jacob! August! Thuani, ISS?-" 

Biblia Sacra. Quid in hac editione a Theologis 

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g. e. L. P. ruled with red lines. 

Title enclosed within engraved border ; plates and numerous cuts. 

Sacra Biblia, acri studio ac diligentia emendata, 

rerum, atque verborum permultis, et per quam dignis 

Indicibus aucta. Venetiis, apud lolitoSy 1588, 4to. o. r. mor. 

Title enclosed within woodcut border; and numerous woodcuts. 
On the fly-leaf " dc la Reynie " and on the title-page " Ch. Therouenne, 

Biblia Sacra Vulgatae editionis tribus tomis dis- 

tincta. RonuB, ex typographia Apostolica Vaticana, M.D.XC. 
3 vols, bound in i, fol. o. calf. 

Lamoignon's copy, with his monogram on the back, and arms on 
the sides. 

There are two title-pages ; the first as above, the second, enclosed 
within a copper-plate border representing Moses, David, and other 
saints, as follows : ^ Biblia Sacra Vulgaia editionis ad CouciUj 
THdenHni preescriptum ewundaia, ei a Sixto V, P. Af. recognita 
et approbaiaJ^ On the tide-page there is the following note : '' Un 
pareil exemplaire de cette Bible a ete vendu douzecent cinquante 
livres a la vente de la Bibliotheque Colbertine le 1 1 Aoust 1728. Cest 
le Pr. Eugene de Savoye qui Fa achepte. De Lamoignon.*' 

This edition, conunonly known as the Sixtine Bible^ issued from 



BIBLE. LATIN. 175 

the Vatican press, under the superintendence of Aldus. After Sixtus 
V.'s death having been suppressed, on account of its numerous mis- 
prints, it is now extremely rare. 

Biblia Sacra Vulgatae editionis. Roma^ ex typfuh- 

graphia Apostolica Vaticana^ 1 592, fol. o. gr. mor. g. e. L. P. 

There are two title-pages ; the first as above, the second as follows : 
^ Biblia Sacra Vulgata editionis SixH Quinti Pont, Max,jussu recog- 
nita atque editaP The latter title is enclosed in the same engraved 
border as that of the edition of 159a This edition, known as Clement 
VIII.*s Bible, is become the authentic text of the Vulgate. 

This copy belonged to the Jesuits' College at Paris. Margin, 
2| inches. 

Testament! Veteris Biblia Sacra, sive Libri Cano- 

nici priscae ludaeorum Ecclesiae a Deo traditi, Latini recens 
ex Hebraeo facti, brevibusque scholijs illustrati ab Imma- 
nuele Tremellio, et Francisco lunio. Accesserunt libri qui 
vulgo dicuntur Apocryphi, Latine redditi, et notis qui- 
busdam aucti a Francisco Junio. Multo omnes quam ante 
emendatius editi, et aucti locis innumeris : quibus etiam 
adjunximus Novi Testament! libros ex sermone Syro 
ab eodem Tremellio, et ex Graeco a Theodoro Beza in 
Latinum versos, notisque itidem illustratos. Tertia et 
omnium quae hodie extant novissima, cura Francisci JuniL 
Londinif excudebant G. B{iU)f R. N(ewcofnbe\ et R. B{arker)^ 
1597, 2 parts bound in i vol. fol. 

Title enclosed in a woodcut border, dated 1574. 

Testament! Veteris Biblia Sacra, sive libri 

canonic! priscae ludaeorum Ecclesiae a Deo traditi, Latin! 
recens ex Hebraeo facti, brevibusque scholiis illustrati ab 
Immanuele Tremellio, et Francisco Junio. Accesserunt libri 
qui vulgo dicuntur Apocryphi, Latine redditi, et notis 
quibusdam auct! a Francisco lunio . • . Quibus etiam 
adjunximus Novi Testament! libros ex sermone Syro ab 
eodem Tremellio, et exGraeco a Theodoro Beza in Latinum 
versos, notisque itidem illustratos. Quarta cura Francisci 
Junii ante obitum. Sancti Gervasii^ sumptibtis Caldoriana 
Societatis, 1607, fol. o. calf. 

Initiab W. C (William Cavendish) on the sides. 



176 BIBLE, LATIN. ENGLISH. 

BIBLE. Biblia Sacra Vulgatae editionis, Sixti V. Pont. 

Max. jussu recognita ; et dementis VIII. auctoritate edita. 

Parisiis, e typographia Regia^ i6S3i 4^0. o. r. mor. rich 

tooling, g. e. 

Engraved frontispiece and cuts. On the fly-leaf ^ £x libris Henryci 
Clitherow. 1665.* 

Biblia Sacra Vulgatae editionis, Sixti V. et de- 
mentis VIII. jussu recognita atque edita. Editio nova, 
versiculis distincta. Rhotomagi^ ^7^$ 8vo. n mor. g. e. 

English. The Bible in English, according to the 

translation of the great Byble. London^ by R. Grafton and 
Edward Whitchurch, 1553, small 4to. 

An edition of Cranmer's Bible. This copy wants title-page, the 
following leaf headed '' The names of all the bookes of the Byble," and 
two leaves, of table and colophon, at the end. 

The Book of Common Prayer, with the Psalter or 

Psalmes of David. London^ Barker^ 1609. 

The Genealogies recorded in the Sacred Scriptures, 
according to every Family and Tribe. With the line of 
our Saviour Jesus Christ observed from Adam to the blessed 
Virgin Mary. By I. S. 

The Bible: that is, the Holy Scriptures conteined 
in the Old and New Testament Translated according to 
the Ebrew and Greeke, and conferred with the best trans- 
lations in divers languages. London^ Robert Barker^ 1610. 
Three parts bound in i vol. 4to. calf. 

The Book of Common Prayer, and administra- 
tion of the Sacraments. — The Bible : that is, the Holy Scrip- 
tures conteined in the Old and New Testament. Translated 
according to the Ebrew and Greeke, and conferred with the 
best translations in divers languages. With most profitable 
annotations upon all hard places, and other things of great 
importance. Imprinted at London, by Robert Barker, 161 5. 
The Booke of Psalmes^ collected into English meeter by 
Thomas Stemhold, John Hopkins, and others. London, 




BIBLE, ENGLISH. 177 

printed for the Company of Stationers, 16 19. 3 parts tx)und 
in I vol. 4to. o. r. mor. with clasps. 

Ruled with red lines. The title-page to the Bible enclosed in a 
woodcut border. Charles I.'s copy, with his royal arms on the sides. 

The Holy Bible conteyning the Old Testament and 

the New, newlie translated out of y* originall tongues, and 
with the former translations diligently compared and revised. 
London, Bonham Nortonand John Bill, 1629, fol. o. calf. L. P. 

Margin, 3| inches. Title by Jaspar Isac, and a vignette woodcut 
A few old MS. marginal notes. 

The Holy Bible containing the Old Testament and 

the New, newly translated out of the originall tongues, and 

with the former translations diligently compared and revised. 

Cambridge, Thomas and John Buck, 1629, fol. purp. mor. 

g. e. L. P. 

Ruled with red Unes. Title enclosed within border engraved by 
Jo. Payn. 

The Holy Bible faithfully translated into English 

out of the authentical Latin, diligently conferred with 
the Hebrew, Greek, and other editions in divers languages. 
By the English CoUedge of Doway. {Rouen) John Cous- 
turier, 1635. — ^The New Testament of Jesus Christ faith- 
fully translated into English, out of the authentical Latin, 
diligently conferred with the Greek, and other editions in 
divers languages. The Fourth edition enriched with 
pictures (by Picquet). {Rouen) John Cousturier, 1633. 3 
vols. 4to. o. r. mor. g. e. rich tooling, monogram and arms. 

On the dtle page : '' Bilx Confess. MoniaL AngL S**. Aug." 

The Book of Common Prayer and administra- 
tion of the Sacraments. Cambridge, Thomas Buck and 
Roger Daniel, 1638. — The Holy Bible containing the Old 
Testament and the New. Cambridge, Thomas Buck and 
Roger Daniel, 1638. — The whole book of Psalms collected 
into English metre. Cambridge, Thomas Buck and Roger 
Daniel, 1638. Three parts in i vol. fol. o. gr. mor. g. e. 

Copper-plate title by William Marshall 

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178 BIBLE, ENGLISH. 



Another copy, L. P. o. gr. mor. 



Ruled with red lines. Rich old English binding. Early proof of 
the engraved title. 

The Holy Bible containing the Bookes of the 



Old and New Testament. Cambridge, printed by J. Fields 

and illustrated with chorographical sculps, by J. Ogilby, 

1 660, 3 vols, royal foL o. calf, g. e. L. P. 

Ruled with red lines. Engraved title, and 1 10 plates by W. Hollar, 
P. Lombart, Jan Landerseel, N. Visscher, and others. 

The Book of Common Prayer and administration 

of the Sacraments. Cambridge, John Field, 1663. — The 
Holy Bible containing the Old Testament and the New. 
Cambridge, John Field, 1663. — The whole Book of Psalms, 
collected into English metre, by Thomas Stemhold, John 
Hopkins, and others. Cambridge, John Field, 1663. Three 
parts in i vol. 4to. o. r. mor. rich tooling, new back. 

Copper-plate title by John Chantry. 

The Holy Bible containing the Old Testament 

and the New, newly translated out of the original tongues. 
Cambridge, John Hayes, 1682-83, 4to. Interleaved with 
white sheets and bound in 5 vols. o. gr. mor. g. e. 

The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament and 

the New. Oxford, John Baskett, 17 17, fol. o. gr. mor. L. P. 

Ruled with red lines. With a frontispiece by Du Bosc and 
vignette engravings by M. Van der Gucht, Lud. du Guemier, L, 
Laguerre, C. Dupuis, Du Bosc, and others. 

It is known as " The Vinegar Bible,** from an error in the running 
title at Luke, chapter xx., where it reads "/^ parable of the vinegar,*' 
instead of '* the parable of the vineyard." 

The Holy Bible containing the Old and New 



Testaments. Oxford, John Baskett, 1723. — ^A brief Concor- 
dance, or Table to the Bible, carefully perused and enlarged 
by John Downame. London, 1726, 2 vols. 4to. o. gr. mor. 

The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Tes- 
taments, newly translated out of the original tongues. 
Oxford, Tfwmas Baskett, 1747, small fol. o. gr. mor. g. e. 




BIBLE, ENGLISH. 179 

The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New 

Testaments, newly translated out of the original tongues. 

Cambridge, Joseph Benthatfty 1762, 2 vols. fol. o. purple mor. 

g. border and e. L. P. 

Frontispiece by C Grignion. 

The Holy Bible, containing the Books of the Old 

and New Testaments and the Apocrypha, carefully printed 
from the first Edition (compared with others) of the present 
translation. With notes by Thomas Wilson, Bishop of 
Sodor and Man, and various renderings collected from other 
translations by the Rev. Clement Cruttwell, the editor, 
Bath, R. Cruttwell, 1790, 6 vols. fol. purple mor. g. e. L. P. 

The Holy Bible, containing the Old Testament 

and the New, translated out of the original tongues. Oxford, 
1800, royal 8vo. purple mor. 

The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New Tes- 
taments (according to the present authorized English 
version) ; with notes critical, explanatory and practical ; 
all the marginal readings of the most approved printed 
copies of the Scriptures, with such others as appear to be 
countenanced by the Hebrew and Greek originals, etc. by 
the Rev. Joseph Benson. Third edition. London, John 
Mason, 18 15, 5 vols. 4to. 

The Comprehensive Bible ; containing the Old 

and New Testaments, according to the authorized version, 
with the various readings and marginal notes usually 
printed therewith : a general Introduction — the parallel 
passages — philological and explanatory notes — ^Table of 
Contents, etc London, Samuel Bagster, 1827, 4to. russia, 

The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New 

Testaments ; translated out of the original tongues. Stereo- 
type edition. Oxford, University Press, 1836, royal 8vo. 
brown mor. 

The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New 

Testaments ; now translated from corrected texts of the 
original tongues, and with former translations diligently 



l8o BIBLE, ENGLISH. 

compared : together with a general Introduction and short 
explanatory notes. By B. Boothroyd, D.D. London^ 
1836, royal 8vo. russia, g. c. 

The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New 

Testaments: translated out of the original tongues. Stereo- 
t)T)e edition. Oxford, University Press, 1839, i vol. royal 
8vo. bound in 8 parts, brown mor. 

The Holy Bible, containing the Old and New 

Testaments : translated out of the original tongues. Oxford, 
University Press, 1841, 4to. r. mor. g. e. 

The Holy Bible containing the Old and New 

Testaments. With 20,000 emendations. London, Longman, 
1 84 1, i6mo. blue mor. g. e. Maps. 

Irish. An Biobla Naomhtha. (Irish Bible ; the Old 

Testament translated by William Bedel ; the New Testa- 
ment by William O'Domhnuill.) London, 1690, i2mo. 

An Biobla Naomhtha, etc. (Printed in Irish 

characters), London, 1830, i2mo. 

Welch. I Bibl Cyssegr-lan, sef, or Hen Testament 

ar' Newydd. Rhydyclien, 1799, royal 8vo. russia. 

Indian. The Holy Bible : containing the Old 

Testament and the New. Translated into the Indian Lan- 
guage, and ordered to be printed by the Commissioners of 
the United Colonies in New England, at the charge, and 
with the consent of the Corporation in England for the Pro- 
pagation of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New- 
England. Cambridge (N. America), Samuel Green and 
Marmaduke Johnson, 1663, small 4to. purple mor. 

Italian. La Bibbia. Cio^, i libri del Vecchio, e 

del Nuovo Testamento. Nuovamente traslatati in lingua 
Italiana, da Giovanni Diodati, di nation Lucchese. {Ginevra), 
1607, 3 parts bound in i vol. 4to. 

A vignette woodcut on the tide-page. 

La Sacra Bibbia, tradotta in lingua Italiana, e 



BIBLE, FRENCH. i8i 

commentata da Giovanni Diodati, di nation Lucchese. 
Seconda editione, migliorata, ed accresciuta. Con Taggiunta 
de' Sacri Salmi, messi in rime per lo medesimo. {Ginevra), 
per Pietro ChovH, 1631, 4 parts in i vol. blue mor. g. e, 
L. P. margin i| inches. 

Copperplate frontispiece by A. Bosse, with date 1640 ; the same 
frontispiece as in the edition of Diodati*s French translation, 1644. 

French. La Saincte Bible en Francoys, transla- 

tee selon la pure et entiere traduction de Sainct Hierome, 

derechief conferee et entierement revisitee selon les plus 

anciens et plus correctz exemplaires. En Anvers, par 

Martin Lempereury an. 1534, Goth, double col. fol. 

Title enclosed in woodcut border ; and numerous other woodcuts. 
The translation is by Jacques le F^vre d'Estaples. On the title-page : 
" Collegij Societatis Jesu, Bruxelles, 1691." 

La Bible qui est toute la Saincte Escripture. En 

laquelle sont contenus, le Vieil Testament et le Nouveau, 
translatez en Francoys. Le Vieil, de Lebrieu : et le Nou- 
veau, du Grec. Aussi deux amples tables, lune, pour linter- 
pretation des propres noms : lautre en forme Dindice, pour 
trouver plusieurs sentences et matieres. Dieu en tout, 
Acheve dimprimer en la ViUe et Conte de Neufchastely par 
Pierre de wingle, diet Pirot picard. Lan MDXXXV. le IIII. 
iour de Juing, fol. o. r. mor. gilt and marbled edges, L. P. 

Ruled with red lines. Arms of the Congregation de Saint Maur 
on the sides. Gothic ; double colunm. Woodcut initials. First 
edition of the French Protestant Bible ; it is known as the OHvetan 
BibUy from Robert Olivetan who translated it, or revised the translation 
of Jacques Le F^vre d'Estaples. On the title-page : " Claude Gabriel 
Pocquet de Livonniere docteur aggreg^ en droit a Angers et par la 
grace de Dieu tres-catholique.'' 

Another copy, o. r. mor. L. P. 

Arms of Crozat, Marquis du Chatelet, on the sides. Coloured 
initials. Without the 1 1 leaves of the *' Indice des principales 
matieres " and the leaf of register and colophon. 

On the fly-leaf there is the following MS. note : " Robert Olivetan 
parent de Jean Calvin a feit imprimer a Neufchastel en 1635 cette ver- 
sion fran^oise de toute Tescriture sur le texte hebreu et sur le grec 



1 82 BIBLE, FRENCH. 

Avant ce temps Ik on lisoit a Geneve une autre version francoise qui 
avoit este faite sur la vulgate en Tannee 1294, et qui n'a point est^ 
imprim^. Mais elle se conserve encore presentement manuscrite 
dans la Bibliotheque publique de Geneve leur estant devenue entiere- 
ment inutile depuis qu'ils en ont fait d'autres sur le texte originaL 
Olivetan assure dans I'Apologie qu'il a mise k la teste de cete Bible, 
qu'il est le premier qui ait traduit la Bible dliebreu en frangois, et que 
jusqu'a son temps, qui estoit le commencement de la reformation de 
Calvin, on s'estoit send d'une version en langue vulgaire ecrite a la 
main depuis si longtemps qu'on n'en avoit point de souvenance, &c. 
Le P. Simon dans son Hist Crit du V. T. pag. 383." 

La Saincte Bible, en Francoys, translatee selon 

la pure et entiere traduction de Sainct Hierome, etc. En 
Anvers, pour Antoine de la Haye, iS4i> Goth, double col. 
fol. o. gr. mor. g. e. 

Title enclosed within a woodcut border, and other woodcuts. On 
the fly-leaf there is the following note : '* Ces Bibles ont ^t^ saisis de la 
part du Bailly de St Ghislain il y a sept k huit ans, en la maison de Jean 
Baptiste Villain manevre de Wasmes demeurant en lieu dit le Quesnoy ; 
et ainsi que les sergeants emportoient hors de la susdite maison ces 
presens Bibles, il a et^ dit qu'un en&n cria, voila qu'on emport 
Grand-pere. II a aussi et^ raport^ depuis peu que Jean Desterbeque 
avoit dit qu'il avoit s^ chez le susdit Jean Bap. Villain ces presens 
bibles. Ce ii. Xbre 1727. F. Collin, pasteur de Wasmes." 

La Bible, qui est toute la saincte Escriture : 

contenant le vieil et le nouveau Testament, autrement, la 
vieille et la nouvelle Alliance. On a nouvellement adioust^ 
en ceste edition entre autres choses, des figures esquelles 
sont cottez les passages correspondans des quatre derniers 
livres de Moyse. i^Gmive) Uolivier de Henri Estienne, 
1565, fol. o. calf. L. P. 

Ruled with red lines. Old rich binding ; fine gauffr^ g. e. new 
back. First edition of the Bible given by the Stephens at Geneva, with 
a preface by Calvin, who revised Olivetan's translation. Numerous 
woodcuts. 

La Bible, qui est toute la Saincte Escriture du 

Vieil et Nouveau Testament. Autrement Tancienne et la 
nouvelle Alliance. Le tout reveu et conferd sur les textes 
Hebrieux et Grec. Sedan^ par Jean Jannon^ 1633. i2mo. 
olive mor. 




BIBLE, FRENCH. 183 

La Sainte Bible. Interpretee par Jean Diodati. 

Impritnee a Genevey {Pierre Chouet), 1644, 4 parts bound in 
I vol. foL o, brown mor. L. P. margin 2' inches. 

Fine frontispiece by Bosse. 

La Sainte Bible, qui contient le vieux et le nouveau 

Testament Edition nouvelle, faite sur la version de 
Genfive, reveue, et corrigde; enrichie, outre les anciennes 
notes, de toutes celles de la Bible Flamande, de la plus-part 
de celles de M. Diodati, et de beaucoup d'autres ; de 
plusieurs Cartes curieuses, et de Tables fort amples, pour 
le soulagement de ceux qui Hsent TEcriture Sainte. Le 
tout dispose en cet ordre, par les soins de Samuel des 
Marets . . et de Henry des Marets son fils. Amsterdam^ 
chez Louys et Daniel Elsevier, 1669, 2 vols. foL o. r. mor. g.e. 

Copper-plate frontispiece by T. Matham. 

Another copy. L. P. margin 2 inches. 

Coloured frontispiece. On the title-page, '^ Isabella Mountrath." 

La Sainte Bible, en latin et en fran^ais, avec 

Texplication du sens litteral et du sens spirituel, tirde des 
Saints P^res et des Auteurs eccldsiastiques. (Par Louis 
Isaac Lemaistre de Sacy, Thomas du Foss6 et Tabb^ de 
Beaubrien.) Paris, 1725 — 1729, 32 vols. 8vo. 

Sainte Bible, en Latin et en Fran^ais, avec des 

notes litt^rales, critiques et historiques, des prefaces et des 
dissertations, tiroes du Commentaire de dom Augustin 
Calmet, abb6 de Senones; de Tabb^ De Vence, et des 
auteurs les plus c^l^bres. Ouvrage enrichi de cartes g^ 
graphiques et de figures. Quatri^me Edition, revue, corri- 
g^e et augment^e de diverses notes. Paris , 1820 — 1824, 
25 vols. 8vo. 

Commentaire littoral sur tous les livres de TAncien 

et du Nouveau Testament. Par le R. P. D. Augustin 

Calmet, religieux Bdn^dictin, de la Congregation de S. 

Vanne et de S. Hydulphe. Paris, 1724-26, 8 vols, in 

9 parts, fol. 

It contains the Bible in Latin and French. 



i84 BIBLE, GERMAN. 

German. Biblia Germanica. FoL russia, Devon- 



shire Arms. 

Gothic, double col. 60 lines. First leaf illuminated. Without place, 
date, or printer's name. This is considered to be the First edition of 
the Bible in German ; but there is much imcertainty as to its date 
and printer. 

Biblia Germanica. (Without place, printer's 

name, or date.) Gothic, double col. 61 lines, foL purple 

mor. margin \\ inches. 

Supposed to have been printed at Strasbourg (Argentorati) by 
Mentelin towards 1466. This, and a copy of the same book in Lord 
Spencer's library, are supposed to be the only copies in England. 

Biblia, das ist, die gantze heilige Schrifft Deudsch. 

Getruckt zu A tigspurg dutch Heynrich Steyner^ 1 5 3 5 • 6 parts 
bound in 2 vols, small fol. red velvet, gilt edges. On Vel- 
lum. 

Title enclosed in woodcut border, and many woodcuts coloured. 

Biblia, das ist : die gantze Hell. Schrifft, Alten 

und Neuen Testaments, nach der teutschen iibersetzung D. 
Martin Luthers. Basely 1746, small 8vo. o. br. mor. 

Die Bibel, oder die Heilige Schrift des Alten u. 

Neuen Testaments nach der deutschen Uebersetzung von 
Dr. Martin Luther. Mit Holzschnitten nach Zeichnungen 
der ersten Kiinstler Deutschlands. Stuttgart u. MUftchen, 
Cotta, 1850, fol. 

Old Testament. Hebrew. Biblia sacra Hebraica, 

cum punctis. Parisiis, ex officina Roberti Stephanie IS39- 
1543, 24 parts bound in 2 vols. 4to. purple mor. L. P. 

Biblia Sacra Hebraica, cum punctis. (Parisiis, ex 

officina Roberti Stepfiani, 1 544-1 546), 17 parts bound in 
6 vols. i6mo. o. or. mor. 

Biblia Sacra Hebraea, correcta et coUata cum anti- 

quissimis et accuratissimis exemplaribus manu scriptis, et 
hactenus impressis. Amstelodami, Joseph Athias, 1661, 
small 4to. eng^ved frontispiece. 

Biblia Hebraica, sine punctis. Accurante Nath. 



BIBLE, OLD TESTAMENT. 185 

Forsten Oxonii^ e typographeo Clarendoniano, 1750, 2 vols. 
4to. russia. 

Vetus Testamentum Hebraicum, cum variis lec- 

tionibus. Edidit Benjaminus Kennicott. — Dissertatio gene- 
ralis in Vetus Testamentum Hebraicum ; cum variis lectio- 
nibus, ex Codicibus manuscriptis et impressis. Oxonii, e 
typographeo Clarendoniano^ 1776-80, 2 vols, bound in i, fol. 
pigskin, L. P. 

Biblia Hebraica, olim a Christiano Reineccio 

edita, et ad optimorum Codicum et editionum fidem recen- 
sita et expressa, nunc denuo ad fidem recensionis Masore- 
ticse cum variis Lectionibus ex ingenti codicum copia a 
B. Kennicotto et J. B. de Rossi coUatorum ediderunt D. Jo. 
Christoph. Doederlein et Joannes Henricus Meisner. LipsuE, 
1793, 2 vols. 8vo. purple mor. 

Greek Septuagint Vetus Testamentum juxta 

Septuaginta ex auctoritate Sixti V. Pont. Max. editum. 
(Studio Antonii Carafae Cardinalis, cum praefatione Petri 
Morini.) Rontce^ ex typographia Francisci Zannetii, 1586, 
fol. o. calf, g. e. L. P. 

A magnificent copy. Margin, 3 inches. Sixtus V.'s arms on title- 
page 

Vetus Testamentum juxta Septuaginta, ex aucto- 
ritate Sixti V. Pont. Max. editum. Roina^ ex typographia 
Francisci Zannettiy 1587, fol. 

Vetus Testamentum Graecum ex versione LXX. 

Interpretum, juxta exemplar Vaticanum Romae editum, 
acciiratissime et ad amussim recusum. — In Sacra Biblia 
Graeca ex versione LXX. Interpretum scholia: simul et 
interpretum caeterorum lectiones variantes. Londini^ excu- 
debat Rogerus Daniel^ 1653, 2 parts in i vol. 4to. r. mor. g. e. 
L. P. ruled with red lines. 

Vetus Testamentum, juxta Septuaginta Inter- 

pretes. Ex antiquissimo MS. Codice Alexandrino accu- 
rate descriptum, et ope aliorum exemplarium ac priscorum 



i86 BIBLE, OLD TESTAMENT. 

scriptorum, prxsertim vero Hexaplaris editionis Origeni- 

anae, emendatum atque suppletum, additis ssepe asteris- 

corum et obelorum signis, summa cura edidit Joannes Er- 

nestus Grabe. Oxonii, e Theatro SheldonianOy 1707-1720^ 

4 vols, bound in 2 vols. fol. o. calf» L. P. 

A frontispiece with portrait of Queen Anne receiving the presenta- 
tion of the work from Grabe, and numerous cuts by M. Van der 
Gucht James Carrington Clerk's copy. 

Vetus Testamentum ex Versione Septuaginta In- 

terpretum, secundum exemplar Vaticanum Romae editum, 
denuo recognitum. Praefationem una cum variis lectionibus, 
e praestantissimis MSS. Codicibus Bibliothecae Leidensis 
descriptis, praemisit David Millius. Amstelodami, 1725, 
2 vols, small 8vo. 

Vetus Testamentum ex versione Septuaginta In- 

terpretum olim ad fidem Codicis MS. Alexandrini summo 
studio et incredibili diligentia expressum, emendatum, ac 
suppletum a Joanne Ernesto Grabe. Nunc vero exemplaris 
Vaticani aliorumque MSS. Codd. lectionibus van nee non 
criticis dissertationibus illustratum, insigniterque locuple- 
tatum. Summa cura edidit Joannes Jacobus Breitingerus. 
Tiguri Helvetiorunty ex officina Joannis Heideggeri^ 

1 730- 1 73 2, 4 vols. 4to. L. P. 

Frontispiece engraved by Joh. Lochman. 

Latin, Vetus Testamentum secundum LXX latine 

redditum, et ex auctoritate Sixti V. Pont. Max. editum. 
Additus est Index dictionum et loquutionum hebraicarum, 
graecarum, latinarum, quarum observatio visa est non 
inutilis futura. RonuB, in (sdibus populi Romania a/md 
Georgium Ferrarium, 1588, fol. o. olive, mor. g. e. 

Mai^gin, 7,\ inches. De Thou's copy with his arms on the sides 
and monogram on the back. 

English, The Old Testament ; with notes and in- 
troduction by Chr. Wordsworth, Archdeacon of Westmin- 
ster. An Index to the Commentary by Frederick Henry 
Scrivener. Londony 1866-71, 6 vols, in 13 parts 4to. 

French, La Bible, traduction nouvelle,avecrH6breu 



BIBLE, OLD TESTAMENT. 187 

en r^ard) accompagn^ des points-voyelles et des accens 
toniques, avec des notes philologiques, g^ographiques et 
litt^raires, et les principales variantes de la version des 
Septante et du texte Samaritain. Par S. Cahen. Paris, 
1831-39^ 18 vols. 8vo. 

Biblia en leng^a Espanola traduzida palabra por 

palabra dela verdad Hebrayca por muy excelentes letrados 
vista y examinada por el officio dela Inquisition. Con pri- 
villegio del YUustrissimo Senor Duque de Ferrara. A gloria 
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de Yom Tob Alias hijo de Levi Alias Espanol: eft 14 de 
Adarde 5313 (1553). Fol. o. r. mor. with the Fleur-de-lis 
and royal Crown of France. 

Large Gothic type. Title enclosed within a woodcut border^ repre- 
senting a ship tossed about in a storm. Woodcut initials. On the 
verso of title ^^ Prologo a la muy magnifica SeHora DoHa Gracia NaciP 
i.*YL Alletor. Then 4 leaves of Tabla and Catologo delos juezes y 
reyes. Then 400 leaves, numbered, and another leaf, not numbered, 
with printer's name and date. The passage, in the seventh chapter of 
Isaiah, foL 186, line 20, is, " he la moqa concibien y parien hijo J* There 
is the omission of the 10 verses towards the end of the seventh chapter 
of Leviticus, which is embodied with the eighth chapter. Fine copy : 
margin, i^ inches. 

Biblia en leng^a Espanola, traduzida palabra por 

palabra de la verdad Hebrayca por muy excelentes letrados. 
Vista y examinada por el officio de la Inquisicion. Con 
privilegio del YUustrissimo Seiior Duque de Ferrara. (Am- 
sterdani) A 15 de Sebath, 5390 (1630), fol. 

La Biblia, que es, los Sacros libros del Vieio y 

Nuevo Testamento. Trasladada en Espanol. {Bdle\ 1622, 

4to. bl. mor. L. P. 

The translation is by Cassiodorus Reyna. This edition is known 
as the " Bear's Bible" from a woodcut with a bear on the title. The 
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i88 • BIBLE, PSALTER. 

Job. German. Das Buch Hiob. Verdeutscht 

und erlautert von Lie Konstantin Schlottman. Berlin, 
1851, 8vo. 

Psalter. Psalterium Hebraeum, Graecu, Arabicu, 

et Chaldaeu, cu tribus latinis Iterptatoibus et glossis. /w- 

pressit miro ingenio, Petrus Paulus Porrus, genua in cedUms 

Nicolai JusHniani Pauli, prcesidente reipub. genuensi pro 

serenissimo Francar. Rege, prestanti viro Octaviano Fulgoso, 

anno Christiana salutis mUlesimo quingentesimo sextodecimo 

(1516) mense viiiibri. Large 4to. 

Edited by Augustus JustinianL Tide enclosed within a woodcut 
border. Ccuaubotis copy, with his autograph on the title-page. 

Another copy, 4to. ol. mor. g. e. 

De Thou's copy, with his arms, motto, and monogram. 

Psalterium in quatuor Hngfuis Hebraea Graeca 



Chaldaea Latina. Impressum Colonice, anno 15 18, small 

foL o. ol. mor. 

Title enclosed within a woodcut border like the border in the Genoa 
edition of 15 16. De Thou's copy, with his arms and monogram. 

(Psalterium gr. et lat. ex recensione Joannis 

Crastoni placentini). Die xx Septembris Impressum Medio- 

lani, 148 1, small fol. bl. mor. g. e. 

On the V. of the first leaf, ^Primus ex libris sacris grace mandatus 
typist On the third leaf, " Librarie SctL Dfiici de Bononia.** 

YoXTJipioy, (Psalterium, cura Justini Decadyi.) Vene- 

tiis, Aldus, small 4to. bl. mor. g. e. by Baumgarten. 

No date ; Renouard thinks it was printed in 1497 or 1498, as it is 
quoted in a catalogue by Aldus of 1498. Attached to the fiy-leaf there 
are two specimens, in Greek and Latin, of Porson's handwriting. At 
the end there are 26 MS. leaves of " Varianies lecHones Codicis Graci 
antiquissimi, quatenus examinavi et contuH eutn Alexandrina versione 
Graca, ex editione Em, Grade, Oxonij, 1709. 

Another copy, o. r. mor. g. e. 

Autograph of Vaillant (Jo. Foy) on the title-page, and of Franciscus 
Vatablus on the back of the last leaf. 

Psalterium graece et latine in studiosorum gratiam 



BIBLE, PSALTER. 189 

diligentissime excusum. Basilece, per Nicolaum Bryling, 
1557, i8mo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Psalterium Davidicum Graecolatinum, ad Adem 

veterum exemplarium, atque adeo Codicis Graeci manu- 
script!, D. Victoris, locis quam multis repurgatum et niton 
suo restitutum. Paristis, aptid Sebastianum Nivellium, 
1559. (At the end) Paristis, exatdebat Benedictus PrcpvO' 

tius, 1559, 24010. o. gr. mor. g. e. 

A woodcut of David. 

Psalmorum Liber. (Gr.-Lat.) Parisits, aptid 

CUmdium MoreUum, 16 18, 24mo. o. r. mor. g. e. royal lily 
of France. 

Quintuplex Psaltxrium . Gallicum . Romanum. 

Hebraicum . Vetus . Conciliatum. (Lat.) In clarissimo 

Parisiaru Gymnasia ex chalcotypa Henrici Stephani qfficina 

anno i^ok) pridie Calidas Augusti, small fol. o. r. mor. 

Title enclosed in woodcut border. Jean Ballesden's copy, with his 
autograph on the tide-page. 

Psalmorum Davidis paraphrasis poetica, nunc pri- 

mum edita, authore Georgio Buchanano, Scoto, poetarum 
nostri S£culi facile princeps. Ejusdem Davidis Psalmi 
aliquot a Th. B. V. versi. Psalmi aliquot in versus item 
Graecos nuper a diversis translati. (Parisiis) Apud Henricum 
Stephanum, et eius fratrem Robertum Stephanum, 8vo. o. r. 
mor. g. e. by De Rome fils. L. P. 

Psalmi Davidici septuaginta quinque, in lyricos 

versus, servata ecclesiastics versionis veritate et Hebrae- 
orum varietate, redact! : authore Joanne Ganeio Parisino 
theologo. Lutetice Parisiarum, per Nicolaum Divitent, 1547, 
8vo. L. P. 

Psalterium David. Argumentis front! ac prxca- 

tionibus fini cujuslibet Psalmi illustratum. {Parisiis) Apud 
Carolum Langelier, 1553, 32mo. o. r. mor. g. e. rich tooling. 

A woodcut on the title-page. On the tide-page, '* Arundd." At the 
end, '*A. xiii. 1572 Thomas Dux Norfolchie nuper me possidebat, 
postea venio ad Rogerum Townshend, armigerum, ex cujus dono mode 
sum Thome Barleti et amicorum.'' 



190 BIBLE, PSALTER. 

Davidis Psalmi aliquot latino carmine expressi 



a quatuor illustribus poetis : quos quatuor regiones, Gallia, 
Italia, Germania, Scotia, genuerunt. In gratiam studio- 
sorum inter se commissi ab Henrico Stephano : cujus etiam 
nonnuUi psalmi Grxci cum aliis Grxcis itidem comparati 
in cake libri habentur. (Parisiis) Ex officina Hmrici 
Stephanie 155^, small 4to. 

Psalterium Davidis carmine redditum per Eobanum 

Hessum, cum annotationibus Viti Theodori Norembergen- 
sis, quae Commentarij vice esse possunt Cui accessit 
Ecclesiastes Salomonis, eodem genere carminis redditus. 
Londini, excudebat Thomas Vautrellerius, IS7S» 24mo. o. gr. 
mor. g. e. 

On the fly-leaf, " This book is not mentioned by Hones. T. Dam- 
pier, 1774.'' On the V. of the fly-leaf there is added an illuminated 
sketch of King David. 

Psalmorum Davidis et aliorum prophetarum libri 

quinque, argumentis et latina paraphrasi illustrati, ac etiam 
vario carminum genere latine expressi. Theodoro Beza 
Vezelio auctore. Londini, Thomas VautroUerius, 1580, 
small i2mo. 

Nova editio Psalmorum Davidis quinquag^nta 

priorum, una cum nonnullis aliis selectis, versibus elegiacis 

latine redditorum. Interprete Job. Hanway. Londiniy 

Thomas Edlin, 1726, 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. and border. 

Presentation Copy to William 2^ Duke of Devonshire, to whom the 
work is dedicated. 

Liber Psalmorum a Sebastiano Munstero latine 

redditus. s. Liturgy. 

A Paraphrase upon the Psalms of David, and 

upon the Hymnes dispersed throughout the Old and New 
Testaments. By G(eorge) S(andys). London^ 1636, i2mo. 

A new version of the Psalms of David, fitted to 

the tunes used in the Churches. By N. Tate and N. Brady. 
London, M. Clark, 1696, i2mo. o. purple mon 



BIBLE, NEW TESTAMENT. 191 

Paraphrasis Psalmorum. s. Petau (D.) 

Expositio Patrum Graecorum in Psalmos. s. 

CORDERIUS (B.) 

The Psalter of David and Collects, s. LiTURGY. 

Psalme de la Puissance, Sapience et Bont6 de 

Dieu. Paris, Michel de Vascosan, 1559, 4to. old vellum. 

At the end, " Ainsi Dieu prioit P. Du Val Evesque de Sees, 1557." 
De Thou's copy, with his anns on the sides. Bound with Pibrac 

Die Psalmen der Urschrift gemass metrisch iibersetzt 

und erklart von J. G. Vaihinger. Stuttgart und Tubingen, 
Cotta, 1845, 8vo. br. mor. g. e. 

New Testament. Greek. Novum Testamen- 

tum. HagenocBy in cedibus Thomce Anshelmi Badensis, 1521, 

small 4to. o. r. mor. L. P. 

" Editio omnium aliarum longe rarissima, qua Lutherus in versione 
sua usus est" — Dampier. 

Novi Testament! omnia. Basilece, apud Joannem 

Bebeliutn, 1524, small 8vo. Four woodcuts on title-page. 

Novum Testamentum. Parisiis, Simon Colinaus^ 

1534, small 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. L. P. Ruled. 

Novi Testamenti omnia. Venetiis, per Joan, 

Anto, de Nicolinis de Sabio, expensis Melchiorris Sessce, 1538, 
2 vols. 24mo. bl. mor. g. e. 

Another copy of the ist Vol. including the Four 

Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles. 

Novum Testamentum. Basileae, Froben, 1545, 

small 4to. purple mor. g. e. L. P. 

Novum Testamentum. . Ex Bibliotheca Regia. 

LutetuEy ex officina Roberti Stephani, 1 546. Very small 8vo. 
g. mor. g. e. 

Novum Testamentum. Ex Bibliotheca Regia, 

LutetuB, ex officina Roberti Stephani, 1549. Very small 8vo. 
r. mor. g. e. Ruled. 



192 BIBLE, NEW TESTAMENT. 

Another copy, o. citr. mor. g. e. L. P. ruled. 
With an engraved frontispiece added to it 

Novum Testamentum. (On the title page) Pari- 



siisy aptid Petru Haultinu, 1549. (At the end) LutetuB 
Parisiorutn, Benedictus Pravotius, 1 549. Very small 8vo. 
bl. mor. g. e. 

Novum Jesu Christi D. N. Testamentum. Ex 

Bibliotheca Regia. Lutetue, ex officina Roberti Stephani, 

1550, fol. o. ol. mor. rich border. L. P. 

Ruled with red lines. On the title-page : " £x libris Roberti Tullaej.'' 

Novum Jesu Christi Domini nostri Testamen- 
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capitibus continentur : variis item lectionibus, mutuisque tes- 
timoniis, quae laborem in legendo ac conferendo magnopere 
sublevabunt {Genevci) per Joannem Crispinutn, 1553- 
Very small 8vo. 

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o. mor. g. e. 

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Novum Testamentum. Obscuriorum vocum et 

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phanus. Excudebat Henricus Stephanus, 1576. 24mo. o. r. 
mor. g. e. 

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arms on the sides. 

Novum Jesu Christi Domini Nostri Testamentum. 

Ex Regtis aliisque optimis editionibus cum cura expressum. 
Sedaniy ex typographia Joannis Jannoni, 1628. 32mo. bl. 
mor. g. e. 



BIBLE, NEW TESTAMENT, 193 

Novum Testamentum. Parisiis, ex typogr, Regia, 

1642, fol. 

Old rich French binding with royal fleur de lis and Louis XIV/s 
initial and arms. 

Novum Testamentum. Accessit prologus in 

Epistolas S. Apostoli Pauli, ex antiquissimo MSC Ar- 
gentoratiy ex officina Jo, Phil. Mulbii^ 1645. i8mo. o. gr. 
mor. g. e. 

Novi Testament! libri omnes. Accesserunt 

parallela Scripturae loca, nee non variantes lectiones, ex 

plus 100 MS. codicibus, et antiquis versionibus collectae. 

Oxoniiy e Theatre Sheldaniano^ i^ZS* 8vo. 

Huet's autograph on title-page. 

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ing. L. P. ruled. 

Novum Testamentum. Londiniy ex officina Jacobi 

Tonson et Johannis Watts, 17 14. i2mo. L. P. 

Maittaire's edition. Frontispiece engraved by Lud. du Guemier. 

Novum Testamentum Graecum, ita adomatum ut 

Textus probatarum editionum medullam, Margo variantium 
lectionum in suas classes distributarum locorumque paralle- 
lorum delectum, Apparatus subjunctus criseos sacraeMillianae 
praesertim compendium, limam, supplementum ac fructum 
exhibeat, inserviente Jo. Alberto Bengelio. TubingcBy sumpti- 
bus Jo. Georgii Cotta. 1734, 4to. 

Novum Testamentum. Post priores Steph. Curcellaei, 

tum et DD. Oxoniensium labores ; quibus parallelae Scrip* 
turae loca, necnon variantes lectiones exhibentur. Accedit .. 
Crisis perpetua, qua singulas variantes earumque valorem 
aut originem et XLIII. canones examinat G. D. T. M. D. 
Cum ejusdem prolegomenis et notis. AmsteUedamiy 1735, 
small 8vo. With frontispiece and maps. 

Henry Cavendish's copy. 

Novum Testamentum Graecum, editionis receptae, 

cum lectionibus variantibus codicum MSS., editionum 

O 



194 BIBLE, NEW TESTAMENT. 

aliarum, versionum et Patrum ; necnon commentario ple- 
niore ex scriptoribus veteribus hebraeis, graecis et latinis 
historiam et vim verborum illustrante, opera et studio 
Joannis Jacobi Wetstenii. AtnstelcBdami, 1711-12,2 vols. fol. 

Novum Testamentum, juxta exemplar Millianum. 

Typis Joannis Baskerville. Oxoniiy e typographeo Claren- 
daniano, 1763, 4to. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Novum Testamentum Graecum, e codice MS. 

Alexandrino, qui Londini, in Bibliotheca Musei Britannic! 
asservatur, descriptum a Carolo Godofredo Woide. Zcw- 
dini, ex prelo Joannis Nichols, 1786, fol. bl. mor. g. e. L. P. 

Another copy on vellum, s. Bible (above). 

Novum Testamentum ad Codicem Vindobonensem 

Graece expressum. Varietatem lectionis addidit Franciscus 
Carolus Alter. Viennce, 1786-7, 2 vols. 8vo, russia, g. e. 

Quatuor Evangelia Graece, cum variantibus a textu 

lectionibus Codd. MSS. Bibliothecae Vaticanae, Barberinae, 
Laurentianae, Vindobonensis, Escurialensis, Havniensis 
regiae,quibus accedunt lectiones versionum Syrarum, Veteris, 
Philoxenianae et Hierosolymitanae. Jussu et sumptibus 
regiis edidit Andreas Birch. Haunue, J, F. Schultz, 1788, 
fol. russia. L. P. margin 4 inches. 

Novum Testamentum Graece. Textum ad fidem 

Codicum versionum et Patrum recensuit et lectionis varie- 
tatem adjecit D. Jo. Jac. Griesbach. Editio secunda, emen- 
datior multoque locupletior. Londini et Halce Saxonum, 
1 796- 1 806, 2 vols. 8vo, russia. 

Another copy. 2 vols. 8vo, bl. mor. g. e. L. P. 

Novum Testamentum. Textum Graecum Gries- 

bachii et Knappii denuo recognovit, delectu varietatum lecti- 
onis testimoniis confirmatarum, adnotatione cum critica 
tum exegetica, et indicibus instruxit Joannes Severinus 
Vater. Halis Saxonum, 1824, 8vo. 

Novum Testamentum. Accedunt parallela S. Scrip- 



BIBLE, NEW TESTAMENT. 195 

turae loca necnon vetus capitulorum notatio et canones 
Eusebii. Oxonii, e typograplteo Clarendoniano, 1836, i2mo. 
r. mor. g. e. 

Novum Testamentum Graece. Post Joh. Aug. 

Henr. Tittmannum ad Adem optimorum librorum secundis 
curis recognovit, lectionumque varietatem notavit Augustus 
Hahn. Editio stereotypa. Lipsia, Tauchnitz, 1840, 8vo. 

Novum Testamentum Graece. Textum ad fidem 

antiquorum testium recensuit, brevem apparatum criticum 
una cum variis lectionibus Elzeviriorum, Knappii, Scholzii, 
Lachmanni subjunxit, argumenta et locos parallelos indica- 
vit, commentationem isagogicam praemisit iEnoth. Frid. 
Const Tischendorf. Lipsug, 1841, 8vo. 

Novum Testamentum Graecum. Editio Helle- 

nistica. (Edv. Gul. Grinfield ed.) Londini, Gulielmus 
Pickering, 1843, 2 vols. 8vo. calf, g. e. 

Novum Testamentum. Textus Stephanie!, A.D. 

1550. Accedunt variae lectiones editionum Bezae, Elzeviri, 
Lachmanni, Tischendorfii, Tregellesii. Curante F. H. 
Scrivener. Editio auctior et emendation CantabrigicB, 
1865, 4to. 

Greek, with English Notes, The New Testament ; 

with English notes, critical, philological, and explanatory. 
By Edw. Valpy. A new edition. London, 1826, 3 vols. 8vo. 

The Greek Testament With a critically revised 

text, a digest of various readings, marginal references to 
verbal and idiomatic usage, prolegomena, and a critical and 
exegetical commentary. By Henry Alford, Dean of Canter- 
bury. London, 1849-66, 5 vols. 8vo. 

The Greek Testament with notes, grammatical 

and exegetical, by William Webster and William Francis 
Wilkinson. London, John W. Parker, 1855-61, 2 vols. 
8vo, calf. 

The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour 

Jesus Christ, in the original Greek. With notes. By Chr. 



196 BIBLE, NEW TESTAMENT. 

Wordsworth, Archdeacon of Westminster. Lotidon, 1856- 
1867, 4 parts, 4to. 

Greek, and NechGreek, Novum Testamentum. 

Idiomate Graeco Utterali et Graeco vulgari: ex versione 
Maximi CalliopoHtani. (Genevce, P. Chauet), 1638. 2 parts 
in I vol. 4to. mar. mor. L. P. 

A manuscript note by Dampier on the fly-lea£ 

Novum Testamentum, Graecum et Neo-Graecum. 

{Hake Saxonum) 17 10. Small 8vo. 

Greek and Latin, — Novum Instrumentu omne, 

diHgenter ab Erasmo Roterodamo recognitum et emenda- 
tum, no solum ad graecam veritatem, verumetiam ad mul- 
torum utriusque linguae codicum, eorumque veterum simul 
et emendatorum fidem, postremo ad probatissimorum 
autorum citationem, emendationem et interpretationem, 
praecipue, Origenis, Chrysostomi, C)mlli, Vulgarij, Hierony- 
mi, Cypriani, Ambrosij, Hilarij, Augustini, una cu Annota- 
tionibus, quae lectorem doceant, quid qua ratione mutatum 
sit Quisquis igitur amas veram Theologiam, lege, 
cognosce, ac deinde iudica. Neque statim offendere, 
si quid mutatum offenderis, sed expende, num in melius 
mutatum sit. Afud inclytam Germanice BasHaam. (At 
the end.) Basilece, in cedibtis Joannis Frobenij Hamtnelbur- 
gensis mense Februario, Anno 1516, 2 parts in i vol. fol. 
o. V. First editioft. 

Woodcut borders, ornaments and capital letters. A MS. note on 
the fly-leaf. 

Novum Testamentum Graece et Latine, juxta 

veterum, cum Graecorum, tum Latinorum, emendatissima 

exemplaria, accuratissima cura et diligentia D. Erasmi 

Roterod. iam denuo et collatum, et postrema manu castiga- 

tum. Accesserunt in fine operis lectionum varietates. 

ParisiiSy apud Joannem Roigny, exaidebat Carola Guillard, 

1 543, 8vo. o. calf, g. gauffr^ e. 

On the fly-leaves, a MS. note by Dampier, and a French note 
about Charlotte Guillard. 



BIBLE, NEW TESTAMENT. 197 

Novum Jesu Christi D. N. Testamentum. Cum 

duplici interpretatione, D. Erasmi, et Veteris interpretis: 
Harmonia item Evangelica, et copioso indice. Ex officina 
Roberti Stephanie 155 1. 2 parts, small 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. 
ruled. 

Jesu Christi, D. N. Novu Testament u, Gr. et Lat. 

Theodore Beza interprete. Additae sunt ab eodem summae 
breves doctrinae unoquoque Evangelioru et Actorum loco 
coprehensae. Item, methodi Apostolicaru epistolarum 
brevis explicatio. Huic autem tertiae edition! . . accesse- 
runt breves difficiliorum phrasewn expositiones. (Geneva^ 
Henricus Stephanus\ 1 580, 2 parts in i vol. 8vo. 

Jesu Christi D. N. Novum Testamentum, sive 

Novum Foedus. Cujus Graeco contextui respondent inter- 
pretationes duae : una, vetus : altera, nova, Theodori 
Bezae, diligenter ab eo recognita. Ejusdem Th. Bezae 
annotationes, quas itidem hac tertia editione recognovit, et 
accessione non parva locupletavit. Responsio ejusdem ad 
Seb. Castellionem, in qua multi Novi Testamenti et harum 
in ipsum annotationum loci accuratissime excutiuntur, 
seorsum excusa prostat. (Genevce^ Henricus Stephanus) 
Anno 1582, fol. not cut, bound in Cambridge pattern by 
Bedford. 

On the title-page: Ex Bibliotheca Is, Casaubonj. In the same 
handwriting there are numerous notes through the whole volume. On 
the title-page there is also this entry by Henry John Todd : — " These 
notes I have diligently compared with Casaubon's handwriting (in the 
Church Library at Canterbury), and have not the smallest doubt that 
they are written by that eminent critic See also the Critic Sacr. Not. 
in Nov. Test H. J. T." 

On the reverse of the former cover, and now of the fly-leaf, there is 
the following memorandum by Todd : — " E lib. H. J. Todd. This 
book was purchased by me out of Messrs. Flackton and Co.'s Cata- 
logue at Canterbury in 1792, being No. 1253 in the said Catalogue. 
Mr. Flackton, then a very old man, told me he remembered it being a 
part of the stock more than threescore years past. I think it probable 
that it formed part of Meric Casaubon's (son of Isaac) collection^ who 
lived much at Canterbury and in the neighbourhood. I have met 



198 BIBLE, NEW TESTAMENT. 

with several theological books at Canterbury, once belonging to Meric 
Certain it is that these notes are Isaac's. The reader may compare 
the Critici Sacri in Nov. Test, and he will in this volume see the rudi- 
ments of many of Isaac Casaubon's illustrations. I. Casaubon's Diary, 
written with his own hand, is in the Church Library at Canterbury : 
a folio vohime numbered among the MSS. D. I. The writing of that 
Diary will convince any person that the writing of these notes is by 
one and the same hand. The covers of this book were so much torn 
when I purchased it, that I had them repaired ; without destroying or 
injuring, however, any part of this literary curiosity. H. J. T." 

Jesu Christi Domini Nostri Novum Testamentum, 



sive Novum Foedus, cujus Graeco contextui respondent 
interpretationes duae: una, vetus; altera, Theodori Bezae. 
Ejusdem Theodori Bezae annotationes. Omnia nunc 
demum, ultima adhibita manu, ex coUatione exempla- 
rium omnium quam accuratissime emendata, et aliquantu- 
lum aucta. Accessit etiam Joachimi Camerarii in Novum 
Foedus Commentarius. Cantabrigue ; ex officina RogeH 
DanieliSf 1642, fol. v. 

Novum Testamentum Tetraglotton. Archetypum 

Graecum cum versionibus Vulgata Latina, Germanica Lu- 
theri et Anglica authentica in usum manualem edendum 
curaverunt C. G. G. Theile et R. Stier, Theol. D.D. Biele- 
felduBy 1853, royal 8vo. 

Codex Theodori Bezae Cantabrigiensis Evangelia 

et Apostolorum Acta complectens quadratis Uteris Graeco- 
Latinus. Academia auspicante, venerandae has vetustatis 
reliquias, summa qua potuit fide, adumbravit, expressit, 
edidit, codicis historiam praefixit, notasque adjecit Thomas 
Kipling. CantabrigicBy e prclo Academico, 1793, 2 vols, atlas 
fol. bl. mor. Largest Paper. 

Bezae Codex Cantabrigiensis, being an exact 

copy, in ordinary type, of the celebrated uncial Graeco- 
Latin manuscript of the Four Gospels and Acts of the 
Apostles, written early in the sixth century, and presented 
to the University of Cambridge by Theodore Beza, 



BIBLE, NEW TESTAMENT, 199 

A. D. 1 58 1. Edited with a critical Introduction, Annota- 
tions, and facsimiles by Frederick H. Scrivener. Cam- 
bridge, Deighton, Bell, 1864, 4to. mar. mor. g. e. 

Latin, Novum TestamentumLatinum, ad antiquis- 

sima Graecorum exemplaria, quamdiligentissime castigatum : 

inque Latinam phrasim transfusum, quicquid erat idio- 

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Novi Testamenti aeditio postrema, per Des. Eras- 
mum Roterodamum. Tiguri, in officina Froschotiiana, 1541, 
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Evangelium secundum Matthaeum secundum 

Marcum secundum Lucam secundum Johannem. Acta 
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Jesu Christ! D. N. Novum Testamentum. Theo- 

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Item, methodus, Apostolicarum Epistolarum brevis expH- 
catio. Londinij Thomas VautroUeHus, 1587, small 8vo. 

Novum Jesu Christi Testamentum Vulgatae 

editionis, Sixti V. Pont. Max. jussu recognitum, atque 
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The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour 

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The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour 

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The New Testament, according to the authorized 

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Italian. — Del Nuovo Testamento di Jesu Christo 

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Christ, traduit en Frangois selon redition Vulgate, avec les 
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Spanish, — El Nuevo Testamento de nuestro Senor 

Jesu Christo. Nuevamente sacado a luz, corregido y revisto 
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BiBLIOTHECiE AMERICAN^E PRIMORDIA. S. 

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Bibliotheca Baluziana : seu Catalogus libro- 

rum bibliothecae D. Stephani Baluzii Tutelensis ; quorum 
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Bibliotheca Barberina. Index Bibliothecae 

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Bibliotheca Fratrum Polonorum quos 

Unitarios vocant, instructa operibus omnibus Fausti Socini 

Senensis, nobilissimi Itali, Johannis Crellii Franci, Jonae 

Slichtingii a Bucowietz, Equitis Poloni, exegeticis & 

Johannis Ludovici Wolzogenii Baronis Austriaci, quae 

omnia simul juncta, totius Novi Testamenti explicationem 

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Domini 1656, 10 vols, bound in 7 vols. fol. o. c L. P. 

Lamoignon's copy, with his arms and monogram. Portraits of 
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Bibliotheca Heinsiana, sive Catalogus libro- 
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I vol. i2mo. 

Bibliotheca Hibernica : or, a descriptive Cata- 
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Bibliotheca Literaria, being a collection of 

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Bibliotheca Manuscripta Lansdowniana. 

A Catalogue of the entire collection of Manuscripts, on 
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Bibliotheca Norfolciana, sive Catalogus 

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Portrait of King Charles, and a plate representing a ship in a 
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BIBLIOTHECA TOPOGRAPHICA BRITANNICA. S. 

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BIZOT, Pierre. Histoire M^tallique de la R6pub- 
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BLORE, Thomas. A history of the manor and manor- 
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BLOUNT, Edward. A survey of the Great Duke's 
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Horse Subsecivae. Observations and discourses. 

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Blount, Sir Henry, s. Blunt (H.) 

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BLUMENBACH, Johann Friedrich. De Generis 
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BLUNDEVILLE, Thomas. A Briefe Description of 
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desirous to have knowledge as well in Cosmographie, Astro- 
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BO ADEN, James. The Life of Mrs. Jordan ; including 
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BOCCACCIO, Giovanni. Opere volgari corrette su 1 
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Edited by J. Moutier. Vols. 1-4. Decameron. 5. Decameron, 
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Genealogia Deorum gentilium. Venetiis^ Vindel- 

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Genealogiae Joannis Boccatii : cum demonstra- 

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La Genealogia de gli Dei de Gentili. Tradotta per 

M. Giuseppe Betussi da Bassano. Venetia, Zoppini^ 1581, 
4to. o. br. mor. 

De Montibus ; sylvis ; fontibus ; lacubus ; flu- 
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Venetiis ( Vindelinus de Spira), 1473, fol. o. c. 




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BOCCACCIO, Giovanni. Libri Johanis Boccacij de 

Certaldo, de mulieribus claris ad Andrea de Acciaiolis de 

Florencia alteville comitissam. Per Johanem Czeiner de 

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Libro delle Donne illustri, tradotto per messer 

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Boccaccio. Vinegia, Comin da TrinOj 1545, small 8vo. 

II libro Dechamerone altramente detto le Ceto 

Novelle. Composto per lo illustre Poeta Johane Boccatio da 
Certaldo. Impresso p A ntonio da strada Cremonese. Venesia, 
148 1, fol. c. g. e. 

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II Decameronedi M. Giovanni Boccaccio novamente 

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II Decamerone di M. Giovanni Boccaccio nuova- 

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: II Decamerone nuovamente corretto, historiato, et 



222 BOCCACCIO. 

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small 8vo. 

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BOCCACCIO, Giovanni. II Decamerone. Vinegia, 
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II Decamerone, nuovamente alia sua intera per- 

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II Decamerone, di nuovo ristampato, e riscontrato 

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II Decameron di Messer Giovanni Boccaccio. 

1527, 4to. 

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II Decamerone. Londra (JParigi)^ Marcello Prault, 

1768, 3 vols. i8mo. 

II Decameron. La Vita di Dante. Le Lettere. 

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Le Cento novelle da Messer Vincenzo Brugiantino 

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BOCCACCIO, Giovanni. Annotationi et Discorsi 
sopra alcuni luoghi del Decameron di M. Giovanni Boc- 
caccio; fatte dalli molto magnifici sig. deputati da loro 
Altezze Serenissime, sopra la correttione di esso Boccaccio, 
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A fine woodcut with Boccaccio's portrait 

Incomincia lopra de lo elegantissimo poeta et 

oratore gravissimo Misser Joanni Boccacio da Certaldo 
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Nymphe fiorentine. Impressa ne la amoenissima cita di 
Treviso per maistro Michele manzolo parmese ml anno de 
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margin i-j^ inch. 

Ameto. Fiorenza^ Heredi di Philippo de Giunta^ 

1 52 1, small 8vo. 

II Corbaccio. Parigi^ Federigo MareUo^ 'S^ft 

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(La Fiammetta) Johannis Bochacii viri eloquentis- 

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Incomencia il libro primo di Florio e Bianzafiore 

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afii del Sigttor 1476, fol. r. mor. g. e. 

The Roxburgh copy. 

Eclc^uae. s. ViRGlLlUS. 

BOCCALINI, Trajano. De' Ragguagli del Pamaso. 
Vetiezia, Guerigli, 161 7. 2 vols. 4to. 



224 BO CCA L INI—B O CH. 

BOCCALINI, Trajano. De' RagguagH del Pamaso. 
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BOCCHI, ACHILLE. Symbolicarum quaestionum de 
universo genere quas serio ludebat, libri quinque. Rononue, 
1555, 8vo. o. r. mor. 

Symbolicarum quaestionum, libri quinque. Bofto- 

nuBf 1574, 8vo. 

BOCCHI, Ottavio. Osservazioni sopra un antico 
Teatro scoperto in Adria. Venezia, 1739, 4to. 12 plates. 

BOCCONE, Paolo. Museo di Fisica e di esperienze, 
variato e decorato di osservazioni naturali, note medicinali, 
e ragionamenti secondo i principj de' modemL Venetia^ 
1697, 4to. 

Museo di piante rare della Sicilia, Malta, Corsica, 

Italia, Piemonte, Germania, etc. Venetia^ 1697, 4to. 

BOCH, Jean. Descriptio publicse gratulationis, spec- 
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Emesti Archiducis Austriae, Ducis Burgundiae . . anno 1594. 
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Tide enclosed within engraved border, and 33 plates by P. van der 
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Historica Narratio profectionis et inaugurationis 

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Descriptio pompae et gratulationis publicae, a senatu po- 



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puloque Gandarensi ad inaugurationem Flandriae comitatus 
decretae, Maximo iEmyliano Urientio auctore, 

Descriptiotriumphi et spectaculorum, serenissimisPrinci- 
bus Alberto et Isabella in comitatum et civitatem Valentia- 
nam ingredientibus editorum : auctore Henrico d'Oultre- 
manno. 

AntuerpuBy ex officina Plantiniana^ apud Joannem More- 
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Four titles enclosed within engraved borders, with portraits of 
Albert and Isabel in the first tide ; and 32 plates. 

BOCH ART, Samuel. Geographiae sacrae pars prior. 
Phaleg, seu de dispersione gentium et terrarum divisione 
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Hierozaicon, sive bipartitum opus de animalibus 

Sacrae Scripturae. Londini, 1663, 2 vols. fol. 

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BOCKLERN, Georg Andrea. Theatrum Machina- 
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Frontispiece and 154 plates. 

Architectura curiosa nova. In latinam linguam 

translata a Johanne Christophoro Sturmio. Norimbergcdy 
1664, 4 parts bound in i vol. fol. o. c 

Frontispiece and 200 plates. 

BODE, Jean Elert. Representation des Astres sur 
34 planches en taille-douce suivant TAtlas cdleste de 
Flamseed (sid)y avec une instruction sur la maniire de s*en 
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BODERIE, Mr. de la. s. Lefevre de la Boderie. 

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The six books of a Commonweal ; out of the french 

and latin copies done into english by Richard KnoUes. 
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De la Demonomanie des Sorciers. Paris, Jacques 

du Puys, 1580, 4to. V. 

BODONI, GiAMBATTiSTA. Manuale Tipografico. 
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BOSC D' ANTIC, Paul. CEuvres, contenant plusieurs 
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Sentimens sur la distinction des diverses mani^res 

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Le Pdntre converti aux precises et universelles 

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BOSS£^'BOSS[/T. 241 

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BOSSU, M. Nouveaux voyages aux Indes Orientates. 
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BOSSUET, Jacques-Benigne, Evfique de Meaux. 
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D., comprehending 

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246 BOUILLART—BOURDALOUE. 

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BOURDEILLE, Pierre de, Seigneur de Brantome. 

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BOURDIGNE, Charles de. La L6gende de maistre 
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248 BO UR G UIGNON—BO URN ON. 

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BOURNE, Robert. The Mirror of Christianity: 
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BOURNE, Vincent. Poematia, latine partim reddita, 
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BOURNON, Le Comte de. Essai sur la Lithologie des 
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BOWDICH, Edward. Mission from Cape Coast 
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BOWDLER, Thomas. Letters written in Holland in 
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BOWEN, Thomas. An historical Account of the 
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BOWERBANK, J. J. A monograph of the British 
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BOWLES, GuiLLAUME. Introduction k Thistoire 
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Historia universalis sacra et profana, a Christo 

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Arcana Imperii detecta : or, divers select cases in 

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BOYCEAU, Jacques, sieur de la Barauderie. Traits 
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BOYER, Abel. Royal Dictionary, in two parts, first 
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The Compleat French Master for ladies and gentle- 
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BOYLE, John, Earl of Orrery. Remarks on the life 
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BOYLE, Hon. ROBERT. Works. To which is prefixed 
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The second edition, corrected. London, 1738, 3 vols. 4to. 

Works, epitomized by Richard Boulton, with 

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Boyle's portrait by Van der Gucht 

A Defence of the doctrine touching the spring and 

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Occasionall Reflections. With a preface by John 

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BOYLE, Roger, Earl of Orrery. Four new Plays. 
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BOYNE, William. The Yorkshire Library. A biblio- 
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BOYS, John, Dean of Canterbury. An exposition of 
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BRACHET, AUGUSTE. Grammaire historique de la 
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Dictionnaire ^tymologique de la langue frangaise, 

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BROWNE, Sir Thomas. Works, including his Life 
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Portrait of Sir Thomas, and fac-simile of his handwriting. 

Pseudodoxia Epidemica ; or, Enquiries into very 

many received tenets and commonly presumed truths. 
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Religio Medici. The seventh edition, with anno- 
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BROWNE, William G. Travels in Africa, Egypt, 
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BRUCE, James, of Kinnaird. Travels to discover the 
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BRUDER, Karl Hermann. Concordantiae omnium 
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BRUGIERE, A.-G. Prosper, Baron de Barante. 
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Tableau Litt^raire du XVI IP SiMe. Huiti^me 

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BRUIN (or Braun), George. Civitates orbis Terra- 
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'* Get ouvrage, devenu rare, mdrite d'etre recherche k cause des 
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Brun, Charles le. s. Le Brun (Ch.) 

Brun, Corneille le. s. Le Brun (C) 

BRUNET, GUSTAVE. La France Litt^raire au XV 
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BRUNET, Jacques-Charles. Manuel du Libraire 
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Manuel du Libraire et de TAmateur de Livres. 

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BRUNI, Leonardo, detto TAretino. Leonard! Are- 
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Emilianus de Ursinis Fulginas et Johannes Numeister theti- 
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Illuminated title-page. 

De Bello Italico adversus Gotthos. Venetiis, 

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Epistolarum familiarum Liber primus felici • . . 

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Historiarum Florentinarum libri XII. quibus ac- 

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La Historia universale de suoi tempi, iino al 1404. 

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BRUNI, Leonardo, detto TAretino. Historia del 

Popolo Fiorentino composta in latino, et tradocta T lingua 

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BRUNO— BRUYERE. 271 

BRUNO, Monsieur de. Recherches sur la direction du 

I 

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BRUTI, Ottavio Revesi. Archisesto per formare 

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A new and accurate method of delineating all the 

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BRUTUS, Stephanus Junius. Vindiciae contra 
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BRUT Y TYWYSOGION ; or. The Chronicle of the 
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BRUYfeRE, Jean de la, s. La Bruy^re (J.) 



272 BRUYN—BRYDALL. 

Bruyn, Corneille le. s. Lebruyn (C.) 

BRUZEN de LA MARTINIERE, Antoine Au- 
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Le Grand Dictionnaire gdographique, historique 

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BRY, GiLLES, Sieur de la Clergerie. Histoire des Pays 
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BRYAN, Michael. A bic^^phical and critical Dic- 
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BRYANT, Jacob. A new system, or, an analysis of 
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BR YD ONE—BUCHA NA N. 273 

BRYDONE, Patrick. A Tour through Sicily and 
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BUCANIERS. Bucaniers of America; or a true ac- 
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Wherein are contained more especially, the unparallel'd 
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The History of the Bucaniers of America .... 

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Histoire des Avanturiers. s. Oexmelin (A. O.) 

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BUCH, Leopold von. Travels through Norway and 
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Robert Jameson. London, 1813, 4to. 

BUCHANAN, Francis. A Journey from Madras 
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BUCHANAN, George. Opera omnia, ad optimorum 
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BUCK, Nathaniel and Samuel. Antiquities. Pub- 
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Vols. I and 2 contain 428 plates. VoL 3, of a larger size^ contains 
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BUCKERIDGE. John, successively Bishop of Ro- 
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Antidiscorso. Ragioni in risposta al primo dis- 

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BULL, George, Bishop of St. David's. Works, col- 
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BULLART, Isaac. Acad^mie des sciences et des 

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quatre si^cles parmy diverses nations de TEurope: avec 

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plusieurs inscriptions fun^bres, exactement receuillies de 

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BULLET, Jean-Baptiste. M6moires sur la langue 
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BULLIALDUS. ISMAEL. S. BOULLIAU (I.) 

BULLINGER, Henry. A hundred Sermons upon 
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BULLOCH, William. Virginia impartially examined, 
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BULWER, John. Antropometamorphosis ; man trans- 
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BuNGius, Petrus. s. Bongo (P.) 

BUNNY, Edmund. The Scepter of Judah: or, what 
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A Booke of Christian Exercise, s. Parsons (R.) 

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BUNTING, Henry. Itinerarium totius Sacrae Scrip- 
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BUNYAN, John. The Pilgrim's Progress, to which is 

prefixed the life of the Author. With a key to the allegory. 

London, 1796, 2 parts in i vol. royal 8vo. 

Portrait and 8 plates by J. Collier, Springsgath, Saunders, and 
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The Pilgrim's Prepress from this world to that 

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c portrait. 

BUOMM ATTEI, Benedetto. Delia Lingua Toscana 
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Classici Italiani, vols. 219, 220. 

Descrizione delle feste fatte in Firenze per la 

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BUONACCORSI, BiAGlO. Diario dei success! piu 
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BUONAMICI, FiLlPPO. Lettera critica sulle osser- 
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BUONANNI, ViNCENZlO. Discorso sopra la prima 
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28o BUONARROTI— BUONINSEGNI. 

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BUONARROTI, Michelangelo. Rime raccolte da 
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Theophylacti Simocattae historiarum libri VIII. inter- 
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Gdorgii Cedreni Compendium historiarum, ex 

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Georgius CoDiNUS Curopalata, De Officiis 

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Anastasii Bibliothecarii Historia ecclesiastica, 

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Parisiis f e Typographia regia^ i6sa 

Georgii ACROPOLlTiE magni Logothetx historia, 

JOELIS Chronographia compendiaria, et Joannis Canani 
narratio de *Bello Constantinopolitano. Leone Allatio 
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Duc/Ey Michaelis Ducae nepotis, historia Byzantina, 
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Bullialdl (Gr. Lat) Parisiis^ e Typographia regies 1^9- 
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ANNiE COMNENiE Alexias, sive de rebus ab Alexio 

Imperatore vel ejus tempore gestis, libri quindecim. E Bi- 
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Theophanis Chronographia Leonis Gramma- 

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Commentariorum de Bello Gallico Civili Pom- 

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Cpmmentarius Cxsaris. Venetiis, per Philippum 

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fol. o. r. mor. g. e. 

A curious woodcut of St Anthony at the end, with the line DefnuU 
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Commentaria Cxsaris. Florentia, opera et impensa 

Philippi Giunt(Bj 1508, 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

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Cdmentaria: seculoru iniuria antea difiicilia: at 

valde medosa. Nunc primu a viro docto expolita : et 
optime recognita. Additis de novo apostillis : una cu 
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De Bello Gallico Commentarii VII. Cum scholiis 

Franc Hotomani, FuL Ursini, Aid. ManutiL Lugduni^ 
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^— Rerum gestarum Commentarii XIV. Omnia col- 
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1677, 4to. o. br. mor. rich old binding in col. compartments. 

Gratulatio Academiae Cantabrigiensis de reditu 

serenissimi regis Georgii II. post pacem et libertatem 
Europae fceliciter restitutam, anno 1748. Cantabrigue, 1748, 
fol. L.P. 



3o8 CA MBR ID GE— CA MDEN. 

.Cambridge Essays, s. Essays. 

CAMBRIDGE, Richard Owen. Works, including 
several pieces never before published. With an account of 
his life and character, by his son, George Owen Cambridge 
(With portrait and plates.) London^ 1803, 4ta russia. 

An account of the war in India between the 



English and French on the coast of Coromandel from the 
year 1750 to the year 1760; together with a Relation of 
the late remarkable events on the Malabar Coast, and the 
expeditions to Golconda and Surat. With maps and plans. 
London^ 1761, 4to. 

CAMDEN, William. Britannia, sive florentissimo- 
rum regnorum Angliae, Scotiae, Hiberniae, et Insularum 
adjacentium ex intima antiquitate chorographica descriptio : 
nunc postremo recognita, plurimis locis magna accessione 
adaucta et tabulis chorographicis aucta. Londini^ G^ 
Bishops 1607, fol. o. V. 

Britannia, newly translated into english, with 



large additions and improvements published by Edmund 
Gibson. London, 1695, fol. russ. g. e. L. P. With Camden's 
portrait, by R. White. 



' Britannia, or a chorographical description of the 

flourishing kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 
and the Islands adjacent, from the earliest antiquity. 
Translated from the edition published by the author in 
1607. Enlarged by the latest discoveries by Richard 
Gough. The 2nd edition. Illustrated with maps and copper- 
plates. London^ 1806, 4 vols. fol. L. P. With Camden's 
portrait, by J. Basire, after M. Gherrard. 

Annales Rerum Anglicarum et Hibemicarum reg- 



nante Elizabetha ad annum salutis 1589. Londini^ 1615- 
1617, 2 vols. 4to. 



CAMDEN— CAMERA. 309 

CAMDEN, William. Annales Rerum Anglicarum et 
Hibernicarum regnante Elizabetha. s. Hearne (Th.) 

The History of the most renowned and victorious 

princess, Elizabeth, late Queen of England. The third 
edition, revised and compared with the original. London^ 
1675, fol. With Elizabeth's portrait by R. White. 

Remaines, concerning Britaine; but especially 

England, and the inhabitants thereof. Reviewed, cor« 
rected, and encreased. London^ John Legatt^ 16 14, 4to. 

Remaines concerning Britaine. The fifth impres- 
sion, with many rare antiquities by John Philipot London^ 
Thomas Harper ^ 1636, 4to. 

Reges, Reginx, Nobiles, et alij in Ecclesia colle- 

giata B. Petri Westmonasterij sepulti, usque ad annum 
reparatx salutis 1603. Londini^ 1603, 4to. 

Reges, Reginae, etc. sepulti usque ad annum 1606. 

Lmdiniy 1606, 4to. 

Camdeni Insignia. Oxonia, 1624, small 4to. ol. 

mor. g. a 

Guillelmi Camdeni et lUustrium virorum ad G. 

Camdenum Epistolx, cum appendice varii argument!. Ac- 
cesserunt annalium regni regis Jacobi I. apparatus, et 
commentarius de antiquitate, dignitate et officio Comitis 
Marescalli Anglix. Praemittitur G. Camdeni vita, scriptorc 
Thoma Smitho. Londini^ 1691, 4to. With portrait of 
Camden by R. White. 

CAMELI, Francesco. Nummi antiqui latini, graeciy 
consulum, augustorum, regum, urbium in thesauro Chris- 
tians reginx Svecorum Romae asseruati, per seriem redacti 
RonuBt 1690, 4to. 

CAMERA, Matteo. Istoria della citti e Costiera di 
Amalfi, in due parti divisa, con rami, Napoli^ 1836, 8vo, 
sp. c 



310 CAMERARIUS—CAMILLO. 

CAMERARIUS, David. De Scotorum fortitudine, 
doctrina et pietate, ac de ortu et progressu haeresis in regnis 
Scotiae et Angliae, libri quatuor. Parisiis^ 1631, 4to. 

CAMERARIUS, or Cammer-Meister, or Liebhard, 
Joachim. A^iB/MXoyta cum conversione latina. In hoc 
libello continentur numeris comprehensae indicationes variae, 
de quibus animus instrui poterit multiplici cognitione, in 
primis prudentiae et honestatis praeceptis. Lipsia^ Valen^ 
tinus Papa^ 1552, 8vo. 

De Ostentis, libri II. Lugduniy 1553, 32mo. 

Capita pietatis et religionis Christianas versibus 

graecis comprehensa, ad institutionem puerilem, cum inter- 
pretatione latina. Lipsim^ i555> i2mo. 

De Graecis latinisque numerorum notis, et praeterea 

Sarracenicis seu Indicis, cum indicatione elementorum ejus. 
NarimbergcBy 1557, i2mo. 

Narratio de Helio Eobano Hesso. Lipsia^ iS6i» 

i8mo. 

CAMERARIUS, Philippus. Operae horarum sub- 
cisivarum, seu Meditationes historical, centuria tertia. Fran^ 
cofurtiy 1609, 4to. Title enclosed in engraved border, and a 
woodcut. 

CAMFIELD, Benjamin. A profitable enquiry into 
that comprehensive rule of righteousness — Do as you would 
be done by. London^ 1671, 8vo. 

A theological Discourse of Angels, and their 

ministries. London, 1678, 8vo. 

CAMILLI, Camillo. Imprese illustri di diversi, coi 
discorsi di Camillo Camilli et con le figure intagliate in 
rame di Girolamo Porro padovano. Venetian Z ileitis ^586, 
2 parts bound in one vol. 8vo. 

CAMILLO, GlULlo. Tutte le opere di Giulio Camillo 
Delminio : ricorrette da Thomaso Porcacchi. Vuugia^ 
1568, i8mo. o. c 



CAMILLO— CAMPAIGNS. 3" 

CAMILLO, GiULlo. Annotationi sopra le rime del 
Petrarca, Vinegia^ Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari^ 1557, i8mo. 

Caminolcxjie. s. Hebrard (P.) 

CAMOfeS, Luis de. Lusiadas. Comentadas per 

Manuel de Faria i Sousa. Madrid, 1639. 4to, c. g. e. 

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vigntfttes. Only the first two vols., containing 5 cantos. 

— — Os Lusiadas, poema epico de Luis de CamoSs. 
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Ornamental binding with D. in diamonds on the back. With an 
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Devonshire. This edition was privately printed at the expense of de 
Souza. 

The Lusiad, or, Portugals historicall poems : written 

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by Richard Fanshaw. London^ ^^^^y 4to. c. 

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of E. Corke. 

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Olbioiv 

The Lusiad : or the discovery of India, an epic 

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Poems, from the Portuguese ; with remarks on his 

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5 th edition. London, 1808, i2mo. 

CAMPAGNE du Due de Rohan dans la Valteline en 
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CAMPAIGNS of Field-Marshal His Grace the most 



312 CAMPAIGNS-^CAMPBELL. 

noble Arthur Duke of Wellington. Embellished with 
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CAMPAIGNS. A narrative of the Campaigns of the 
British army at Washington and New Orleans, under 
Generals Ross, Pakenham, and Lambert, in the years 18 14 
and 18 1 5, by an officer. London^ 182 1, 8vo. 

CAMPAN, Jeanne-Henriette Genet, Dame. M^- 
moires sur la vie priv^e de Marie Antoinette, reine de 
France et de Navarre, suivis de souvenirs et anecdotes his- 
toriques sur les r^gnes de Louis XIV. de Louis XV. et de 
Louis XVI. Paris, 1823, 3 vols. 8vo. 

CAMPANA, GiROLAMO. Le radolcite amarezze^ 
comedia. Venetia, 1620, i8mo. c 

CAMPANI, Giovanni Antonio. Continentur: Trac- 
tatus V. Orationes XV. Epistolarum IX. LibrL Vita 
Pii II. Historia BrachiL Epigrammatum VIII. Libru 
Characteribus venetis impressum RonuB, per Euchariunt^ 
SUber, alias Franck unius ipsius Michaelis Femi Mtdiolanh 
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CAMPBELL, COLEN, WOOLFE, John, and GAN- 
DON, James. Vitruvius Britannicus, or the British Archi- 
tect, containing the plans, elevations, and sections of the 
regular buildings, both publick and private — ^and the geo- 
metrical plans of the most considerable gardens in Great 
Britain, and a variety of new designs in copper-plate. 
London, 1715-1767, 4 vols. imp. fol. russ. L P. 400 plates, 

CAMPBELL, Colin. The ancient and modem History 
of the Balearic Islands, or of the kingdom of Majorca. 
London, 17 16, 8vo. 



CAMPBELL-^CAMPO. 313 

CAMPBELL, George Douglas, Duke of Argyll. 
The Reign of Law. Second edition. London, 1867, 8vo. 

CAMPBELL, Hugh. The Love-Letters of Mary, queen 
of Scots, to James earl of Bothwell, with the love sonnets 
and marriage contracts, etc. With Queen Mar/s portrait 
London, 1824, 8vo. 

CAMPBELL, John. A Political survey of Britain, being 
a series of reflections on the situation, lands, inhabitants, 
revenues, colonies, and commerce of this Island. London^ 
1774, 2 vols. 4to. 

A philosophical Survey of the south of Ireland, in 

a series of letters to John Watkinson. Dublin, 1778, 8vo. 

CAMPBELL, John, Lord. The Lives of the Lord 
Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England from 
the earliest times till the reign of king George IV. London^ 
1845-1847, 7 vols. 8vo. c 

The Lives of the Chief Justices of England from 

the Norman Conquest till the death of Lord Tenterden. 
Second edition. London^ 1858, 3 vols. 8vo. c 

CAMPBELL, Thomas. Specimens of the British 
Poets, with biographical and critical notices, and an essay 
on english poetry. London, 18 19, 7 vols. 8vo. c. 

Theodoric, a domestic tale, and other poems. 

London, 1834, i2mo. 

Letters from the South, containing an account of 

Algiers. London, 1837, 2 vols. 8vo. c 

Poetical Works. Illustrated with twenty vignettes, 

from designs by Turner, and thirty-seven woodcuts from 
designs by Harvey. London, 1843, 8vo. 

CAMPISTRON,J. Galbertde. Tragedies. Septiime 
Edition. Paris, 1707, i2mo. 

CAMPO, Antonio. Cremona, fedelissima citti et 



314 CAM US— CA NNA R TUS. 

nbbilissima colonia de' Romani, rappresentata in disejg^o 
col suo contadOy et illustrata d'una breve historia delle cose 
piu notabili appartenenti ad essa, et de i ritratti natural! de* 
duchi et duchesse di Milano. Cremona^ 1582, foL 

CAMUS, Jean-Pierre, Evesque de Belley. Les Di- 
versitez. Livre dixseptieme contenant des concepts sur les 
beatitudes evangeliques. Lyon^ 16 10, 8vo. 

Les Diversitez, contenant quatre Livres (XVIIL- 

•XXI.). Lyofiy 1 6 10, 8vo. 

CANAL, Antonio, called CANALETTO. Prospec- 
tus magni canalis Venetiarum, addito certamine nautico et 
nundinis Venetis ; omnia sunt expressa ex tabulis XIV. 
pictis ab Antonio Canale in aedibus Joseph Smith, Angli, 
delineante atque incidente Antonio VisentinL Venetiis, 
.1735, 4to, obi. 

Urbis Venetiarum prospectus celebriores ex An- 

tonii Canal tabulis acre express! ab Antonio Visentini. In 
partes tres distributi. Venetiis^ 1751-1754, fol. 

Bound up with 31 prints of Canova's works. 

CANERINUS, Franz Ludwig. Beschrcibung der 
vorziiglichsten Beigwerke in Hesse, etc Frankfurthandem 
Main^ 1767, 4to. 

Candid Inquiry (A.) s. Franklyn (S.) 

CANDOLLE, Alphonse de. Introduction k T^tude 
de la Botanique. BmxelleSy 1837, royal 8vo. v. 

Cange, Carolus Du Fresne, Sieur Du. s. Du- 
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CANINI, Angelo. Ellenismus, in quo quicquid vetus- 
tissimi scriptores de graecae linguae ratione praecipiunt . . . 
facili methodo exponuntur. ParisiiSy apud Guilielmum 
Morelium, 1555, 4to. 

CANNARTUS, Joannes. Elementa grammaticae grae- 
cae ex Theod. Gaza, N. Clenardo, Ren. Guill. Pet Antesig. 



CANNING— CANTI. 315 

relisquisque probatissimis grammaticis decerpta. ^ Parisiis, 
Benenatm^ 1 570, 4to. 

CANNING, George. Poems. A Translation of Anti- 
Lucretius. London, 1766-7. Two parts in i vol. 4to. 

On the flyleaf : '^ Ex dono Maris Barnard sororis peramabilis 
Georgii Canning. • . . John Marshall.'' With Canning's autogn4>h. 

CANNING, Rt Hon. George. Letter to the Earl 
Camden. 1809, 4to. 

Poetical Works. London, 1827, 32mo. 

Speeches, with a memoir of his life, by IL 

Therry. London, 1828, 6 vols, 8vo. 

Canones et Decreta Concilii Tridentini. S. 
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CANOVA, Antonio. Stampe delle opere scolpite da 
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Cantacuzenus, Joannes. Historiarum Libri IV. 

S. BVZANTINiE HlSTORIiE SCRIPTORES. 

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Matheum Capeasam Parmensem, 1493, 8vo. citr. mor. g. e. 

CANTEMIR, Demetrius. The History of the 
growth and decay of the Othman Empire. Translated into 
english by N. Tindal. London, 1756, fol. With Cantemir's 
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CANTERBURY. An accurate description and history 
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Illustrated with 117 copper-plates. London, 1755, folio. 

CANTER, WiLHELM. Novarum Lectionum libri octo. 
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CANTI CARNASCIALESCHI. Tutti i Trionfi, 
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3i6 CANTI—CAPECELA TRO. 

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There are the " Canti dell' Ottonaio,'* which were cut out by order 
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CANTI CARNASCIALESCHL Another copy. 8va 

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CANTU, Cesare. Margherita Pusterla, racconto. 
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CANTRELL, Henry. The Royal Martyr a true 
Christian ; or, a confutation of a late assertion that King 
Charles I. had only the lay-baptism of a presbyterian 
teacher. London^ 17 16, 8vo, 

CAPACCIO, GiULio Cesare. La vera antichiti di 
Pozzuolo. Rotnay 1652, i2mo. 

Historian NeapoHtanae Hbri duo. s. Raccolta 

di tutti i pii!l rinomati scrittori della storia di Napoli, 
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CAPECE, SciPIONE. Carmina. Venetiis, apud Aldi 
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CAPECELATRO, Francesco. Istoria della citti e 
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Diario-contenente la Storia delle cose awenute nel 

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CAPEL— CAPPER. 317 

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CAPELLA, Galeazzo Florio. De rebus nuper in 
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L'Anthropologia. In Venetia^ mile case delli 

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Bound with ^ II Cortegiano di Castiglume* 

CAPELLA, Marziano Felice- Opus Martiani Ca- 
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CAPELLO, GiovAN. Battista. Lessico farmaceutico- 
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CAPELLO, Jacobus. De Ponderibus nummis et 
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Book of the illustrious Henries. Translated by the Rev. 
Francis Charles Hingeston. London^ 1858, 8vo. s. Chroni* 

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CAPORALI, Cesare. Vita di Mecenate. Seconda 
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CAPPELLO, Bernardo. Rime. Venetia, 1560, 4to. 
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CAPPER, James. Observations on the passage to 
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nople to Aleppo, and from thence by Bagdad to Bassora, 



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CAPRETTO, in latin HAEDUS, PlETRO, of Porde- 
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CARACCIO, Antonio. L'Imperio Vendicato, poema 
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conte Giulio di Montevecchio ; e con le dichiarationi histo- 
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Battista Bussotti^ '679, 4to. o. r. mor. g. e. L. P. 

Presentation copy to Innocent XI. with his arms. 

CARACCIOLI, Galeazzo. Newes from Italy of a 
second Moses, or the life of Galeacius Caracciolus the noble 
Marquesse of Vico, written first in Italian, thence translated 
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CARACCIOLI, Roberto. Fratris Roberti de Litio 
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lissimum quod de Penitentia dictum est Per Ulricum Zel 
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CARACCIOLI, Tristano. Opuscula Historica. s. Rac- 
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CARAFA, Ferrante, Marchese di S. Lucido. L' Aus- 
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CARAMUEL LOBKOWITZ, Joannes. Mathesis 
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. Templum Salomonis rectam et obliquam architect 

turam exhibens. Viglevani, 1678, fol. 

CARAVAGGIO, Pietro Paolo. Geometria appli^ 
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CARBURI, Le Comte Marin. Monument i\tvi k la 
gloire de Pierre le Grand, ou relation des travaux et des 
moyens m^chaniques qui ont ^t^ employ^ pour transporter 
k P^tersbourg un Rocher de trois million pesant, destin^ 4 



CARCER—CARLI. 319 

servir de base k la statue ^questre de cet Empercur. 
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Carcer d'Amore. s. Manfredi (L.) 

CARDANO, Girolamo. Opera. Lugduni, 1555, 8vo. 

CAREW, Richard. The Survey of Comewall, and 
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CAREY, George Savile. The Balnea : or a descrip- 
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CAREY, Henry. Poems on several occasions. The 
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CAREY, John. An historical, chronological, and 
geographical American Atlas, containing maps of North 
and South America, with all their divisions into states, 
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CAREY, William. Critical description and analytical 
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some ancient masters and living British artists. London, 
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CARION, Joannes. Chronicon ab exordio mundi, 
expositum et auctum multis et veteribus et recentibus 
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CARLEVARIIS, Luca. Le fabriche et vedute di 
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Venetia, appresso Gio. Battista Finazzi. 4to. obi. 103 
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CARLI, GIOVAN RiNALDO, Conte. Delle Antichiti 
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Carlisle, George Howard, Earl of. s. Howard (G.) 

CARLISLE, Nicholas. Collection for a history of 
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A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland, and of 

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the Topography of the United Kingdom of Great Britain 
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An Inquiry into the place and quality of the 

Gentlemen of His Majesty's honourable Privy Chambers. 
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CARLYLE, Thomas. The French Revolution: a 
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Critical and miscellaneous Essays: collected and 

republished. London^ 1839, 4 vols. cr. 8vo. 

On Heroes, hero-worship, and the heroic in history. 

Six lectures: reported, with emendations and additions.. 
2nd edition. London^ 1842, cr. 8vo. 

History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, called Frederick 

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Carmina. s. Poets, Poetry. 

CARNERO, Antonio. Historia de las guerras civiles 
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CARNOT, Lazare-Nicolas-Marguerite. G^om^- 
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CARO, Annibale. Lettere familiari. In Venetia, 
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Lettere familiari, Venetia^ Giunti^ 1581, 2 vols, in 

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Rime. Venetia^ Aldo Manutio, 1572, 4to. 

Commento di Ser Agresto da Ficaruolo sopra la 

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Apologia degli Academici de' Banchi di Roma 

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CARO, Don Rodrigo. Antiguedades y principado de 
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CAROLI EPISTOLiE. S. ViRULUS (C) 

CARON, Claude. Traits des bois, servans k tous 
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CARON de BEAUMARCHAIS, Pierre-Augustin. 
Ses M^moires, 1780, 3 vols. 8vo. 

CAROSI, J. P. Von. Beytrage zur Naturgeschichte der 
Niederlaussitz. Leipzig, 1779, 8vo. 

Reisen durch verschiedene Polnische Provinzen 

mineralischen und andem Inhalts. Leipzig, 1781, 2 parts 
in I vol. 8vo. 

Ueber die Erzeugung des Keisels und des Quarzers 

in Pohlcn. Leipzig, 1783, 8vo. 

Y 



322 CAROTO—CARRA. 

CAROTO, ZUANE. De le Antiqita de Verona con 
novi agionti da M. Zuane Caroto pitore Veronese cioe 
Pitafi con li suoi adomamenti et alchuni soneti in laude 
dilautore et dilopera laquale e nessesaria ad ogni qualita 
di persone apittori aintaliatori et architeti con le sue misure 
per ogni anticalia. Verona^ Paulo Ravagnarty 1560, imp. fol. 
o. c. With woodcuts. 

C ARPEAU du Saussay, Voyage de Madagascar, Paris^ 
1722, i2mo. 

Carpegna, Gaspare. Scelta dei medaglioni pii ran nel- 
la bibliotheca del Cardinale Carpegna. s. MONTERCHI (G.) 

CARPENTER, John. Schelomonocham, or King 
Solomon his solace. London, John WifideU 1606, 4to. bl. 
letter, title-page with woodcut. 

CARPENTER, William Hookham. Pictorial Notices : 
consisting of a memoir of Sir Anthony Van Dyck, with a 
descriptive catalogue of the Etchings executed by him, 
and a variety of interesting particulars relating to other 
artists patronized by Charles I. London^ 1S44, 4ta Pre- 
sentation copy. 

Carpentier, P. Glossarium novum. s.Dufresne(C.) 

CARR, Sir John. The Stranger in Ireland, or a tour 
in the southern and western parts of that country in the 
year 1805. London, 1806, 4to. 17 plates. 

Tour through Holland along the right and left 

banks of the Rhine to the south of Germany in the summer 
and autumn of 1806. London, 1807, 4to. 21 plates. 

Descriptive travels in the southern and eastern 

parts of Spain, and the' Balearic Isles, in the year 1809. 
London, i8li,4to. 

CARR, Rev. . . The dialect of Craven. 2nd edition, 
much enlarged. London, 1828, 2 vols. 8vo. r. mor. g. e. 

CARRA, I. L. Nouveaux principes de physique, 
om^s de planches. Paris^ 178 1, 4 vols. bd. in 2 vols. 8vo. 



CARRA—CARRAFA. 323 

CARRA, I. L. Mr. de Calonne tout entier, avec une 
analyse de sa Requ6te au Roi et de sa r^ponse k I'^crit de 
M. Necker. BmxeUes, 1788, 8vo. 

CARRACCI, Agostino. II funerale d'Agostino Car- 
raccio scritto all' Illmo et Reverendissimo Sig^or Cardinal 
Famese. Bologna^ 1603, 4to. v. 

CARRACCI, Annibale. Diverse figure al numero di 
ottanta, disegnate di penna neir hore di recreatione. In- 
tagliate in rame e cavate dagli originali da Simone Giulino 
Parigino. Roma^ 1646, fol. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Galeriae Famesianae icones Romae in sedibus 

serenissimi Ducis Parmensis ab Annibale Carraccio colon- 
bus expressx, cum ipsarum monocromatibus et omamentis 
a Petro Aquila delineatae et incisae. — Imagines Famesiani 
cubiculi etc a Petro Aquila delineatae incisae. RonuB^ Jo. 
Jacobus de Rubeis, fol. 

Bound with Barberinae aulae Fornix Petri Berettini Cortonensis. 

Galeria nel Palazzo Famese in Roma, dipinta da 

Annibale Caracci, intagliata da Carlo Cesio. Roma, imp. 
fol. 30 plates. 

Vita di S. Diego dipinta nella Cappella di S. 

Giacomo de Spagnoli in Roma. Delineata et intagliat^i 
da Simone Guillain. Stampata da Francesco CoUignon. 
Roma, fol. o. r. mor. 

Di Bologna TArti pervia d'Annibal Caracci, dise- 
gnate, intagliate, et ofTerte al grande ed alto Nettuno Gigante 
Signore della Piazza di Bologna, di Giuseppe Maria Mittelli. 
Roma Giacomo Rossi, 1660, fol. ol. mor. 

CARRACCI, LODOVICO. II Claustro di S. Michele in 
Bosco di Bologna, dipinto da Lodovico Carracci ed altri 
maestri della sua scuola; descritto da Carlo Cesare Malvasia 
ed intagliato da Giacomo Giovannini. Bologna, 1696, foL 
o. r. mor. g. e. 20 plates. 

Carrafa, Ferrante. s. Carafa (F.) 




324 CAREER A — CARTE. 

CARRERA, M. P. Delle Memorie historiche della 
citta di Catania. Spiegati in tre voltunL Catania^ 1639- 
1641, 2 vols, bound in i vol. 4to. 

CARRERE, J. B. F. Catalogue raisonn^ dcs ou- 
vrages qui ont et^ public sur les eaux min^rales en g^6ral, 
et sur celles de la France en particulier. Paris^ 1785, 4to. 

Carretto, Galeotto. La Sophonisba, tragedia. s. 

COMEDIE. 

CARRILLO, Don Alonzo. Origen de la dignidad 
de Grande de Castilla Madrid^ i657» ^^ 

CARRINGTON, Edmund. James Hatfield and the 
Beauty of Buttermere. With illustrations by Robert Cruilc- 
shanlc London^ 1841, 3 vols. 8vo. 

CARRINGTON, Richard Christopher. Observa- 
tions of the Spots of the Sun from november Qth, 181 3, to 
march 24th, 1861, made at RedhilL Illustrated by 166 
plates. London^ 1863, fol. 

CARTARI, Carlo. La Rosa d'oro Pontificia, racconto 
storico. Rofna, 1681, 4to. 

CARTARI. Vincenzo. Le Imagini de i Dei degli 
antichL Con bellissime et accomodate figure. Vemtia^ 
Giordano Ziletti, 1571, 4to. 

Le Imagini de i Dei degli antichi. Padua^ 1602, 8vo. 

Le Imagini de i Dei degli antichi. Venetia, 1625, 4to. 

Imagines Deorum, qui ab antiquis colebantur, 

latino sermone ab Antonio Verderio expressae, atque in 
meliorem ordinem digestse. Lugduni, 1581, 4to. c g. e. 

CARTE, Thomas. An History of the life of James 
Duke of Ormonde, from his birth in 1 610, to his death in 
1688. Wherein is contained an account of the most re- 
markable affairs of his time, and particularly of Ireland, 



CARTE— CARTWRIGHT. 325 

under his government. To which is added a collection of 
letters written by the Kings Charles I. and II* London^ 
1736, 3 vols, folio, russia, g. e. L. P. 

CARTE, Thomas. A collection of original letters and 
papers concerning the affairs of England from the year 
1641 to 1660. Found among the Duke of Ormonde's 
papers. London^ 1739, 2 vols. 8vo. 

CARTER, Elizabeth. Memoirs of her life, with a 
new edition of her poems. To which are added, some mis- 
cellaneous essays in prose, together with her notes on the 
Bible. By the Rev. Montagu Pennington. (With Portrait.) 
London, 1807, 4to. 

CARTER, Francis. A Journey from Gibraltar to 
Malaga, etc. Illustrated with the medals of each municipal 
town, and a chart, taken in the year 1772. London^ ^777t 
2 vols. 8vo. 

CARTER, Mary Ann. The Deluge, the general 
Resurrection, and other poems. London, 1838, 8vo. 
Carteromachus, Scipio. s. Forteguerri (S.) 
Carteromaco, Nicolo. s. Forteguerri (N.) 
Cartesius, Renatus. s. Descartes (R.) 
CARTHEUSER, Friedrich A. Mineralogischc 
Abhandlungen. Giessen, 1 771, i2mo. 

CARTHEUSER, Johann F. Elementa Chemicae 
medicae dogmatico-experimentalis. Hala MagdeburgiccB^ 
1736, i2mo. 

CARTWRIGHT, Edmuiid. Letters and Sonnets on 
moral and other interesting subjects. Lottdon, 1807, i2mo. 

A Memoir of his Life, writings, and mechanical 

inventions. Londoft, 1843, i2mo. 

CARTWRIGHT, Captain George. A Journal of 
transactions and events during a residence of nearly sixteen 
years on the Coast of Labrador. Newark, 1792, 3 vols, 
in 2, 4to. 



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326 CARTWRIGHT— CARVE. 

CARTWRIGHT, John. The Preacher's Travels to 
the confines of the East Indies, through Syria, Mesopo- 
tamia, Armenia, Media, Hircania, and Parthia. A relation 
of Sir Anthony Shirley's entertainment in the court of the 
King of Persia. Description of the port in the Persian 
Gulf commodious for the East India merchants of Eng- 
land Rehearsal of some gross absurdities in the Turkish 
Alcoran. London^ 1611, 4to. 

CARTWRIGHT, Thomas. The second Replie of 
Thomas Cartwright agaynst Maister doctor Whil^ftes 
second answer, touching the Churche Discipline, /m- 
printed 1575, 4to. 

In Librum Salomonis, qui inscribitur Ecclesiastes, 

cum metaphrasi Homiliae, qus et justi commentarii loco 
esse possint Londini^ imfensis ThonuB Mau^ 1604, 4^<^ 

CARTWRIGHT, William Cornwallis. On Papal 
Conclaves. Edinburgh^ 1868, i2mo. 

C ARUS, C. J. The King of Saxony's journey through 
England and Scotland in the year 1844. Translated by 
S. C. Davison. London^ 1846, 8vo. 

CARUSO, GiovAN Battista. Bibliotheca Historica 
regni Siciliae, sive historicorum qui de rebus Siculis a 
Saracenorum invasione usque ad Aragonensium Principatum 
illustriora monumenta reliquerunt, amplissima coUectio: 
opera et studio brevibusque annotatlonibus Joa. Bapt 
Carusii. Panomti, 1723, 2 vols, folio. 

CARVE, Thomas. Itinerarium Thomae Carve Tip- 

perariensis, Sacellani majoris Anglorum, Scotorum et 

Hibemorum sub exercitu Caesareae Majestatis militantium, 

cum historia facti Butleri, Gordon, Lesly et aliorum. Nova 

editio, ad fidem optimorum exemplarium accurata imagi- 

neque auctoris adomata : cui accedunt paulula quxdam de 

vita itinerantis, necnon Index generalis. Londini, 1859, 8vo. 

russia. 

Only 100 copies on paper and two copies on vellum. 



CARVER— CASS ANIONS. 327 

CARVER, Jonathan. Travels through the interior 
parts of North America in the years 1766, 1767, and 1768. 
Illustrated with copper-plates. London, 1778, 8vo. 

GARY, Henry, ist Viscount Falkland. The History 
of the life, reign, and death of Edward II., king of Eng- 
land and Lord of Ireland, with the rise and fall of his great 
favourites, Gaveston and the Spencers. Written by E. F., 
in the year 1627. London, 1680, fol. 

Another copy. fol. L. P. 

GARY, John. New Map of England and Wales, with 
part of Scotland London, 4to. 

GARY, Robert, Eari of Monmouth. Memoirs of 

his life, written by himself, and now published from an 
original ms. in the custody of John, Earl of Gork and 
Orrery. With some explanatory notes. Second edition. 
London, 1759, 8vo. 

Garyophilus, Blasius. s. Garofalo (B.) 

Garyophilus, Joannes MATTHiEUS. s. Garofalo 
(G. M.) 

Gasa, Monsignor Giovanni della. s. Della Gasa. 

Gasas, Bartolomeo de las. s. Lascasas (B.) 

GAS ATI, Paolo. MechanicorumlibriVIII. Lugduni, 
1684, 4to. 

GASAUBON, Isaac. Epistolae, insertis ad easdem 
responsionibus, curante Theodoro Janson ab Almeloveen. 
Accedunt huic tertis editioni praeter 300 ineditas epistolas, 
Isaaci Gasauboni vita, et Merici Gasauboni I. f. Epistolae. 
Roterodami, 1709, foL 

GASSANiEUS, Bartholomeus. s. Ghasseneux (B.) 

GASS ANIONE, Giovannl De gigantibus eorumque 
reliquiis, atque iis quae ante annos aliquot in Gallia repertae 
sunt. BasUece, 1850, 8vo. 



328 CASSERIO—CASSrODORUS. 

CASSERIO, GiULio. Tabulae Anatomicae LXXIIX 
omnes novae nee ante hac visae. Daniel Bucretius XX 
quae deerant supplevit et explicationes addidit Franco^ 
furti, 1632, 4to. 

CASSINI, Jacques. Traits de la grandeur et de la 
figure de la Terre« Amsterdam^ 1723, i2mo. 

CASSINI, Jean Dominique, Abreg^ des observations , 
et des reflexions sur la Com^te qui a paru au mois de 
decembre, 1680, et aux mois de Janvier, fevrier et mars, 
1681 — Present^ au Roy. Paris^ 1681, 4to. 

CASSINI DE THURY, C^SAR-Fran^ois. La Men- 
dienne de TObservatoire royal de Paris, verifi^ dans toute 
r^tendue du royaume par des nouvelles observations ; pour 
en d^duire la vraye grandeur des degr^s de la Terre. Avec 
des observations d'histoire naturelle, faites dans les pro- 
vinces travers^es par la Meridienne, par M. Le Monnier. 
Paris ^ I744f 4to. 

Relation de deux voyages faits en Allemagne par 

ordre du Roi ; par rapport i la figure de la Terre : k la 
G^ographie; 4 TAstronomie. Paris ^ I763« — Description 
gfom^trique de la France. Paris^ 1783. — Two vols, bound 
in I, 4to. 

Voyage fait par ordre du Roi en 1768, pour 

^prouver les montres marines invent^es par M. le Roy. 
Avec le M^moire sur la meilleure mani^re de mesurer le 
tems en mer, par M. Le Roy I'ain^. Paris ^ 1770, 4to. 

s. Chappe d'Auteroche. 

CASSIODORUS, Magnus Aurelius. Opera, quorum 
nonnulla nunc primum, reliqua emendatiora eduntur, cum 
notis et indicibus copiosissimis. Parisiis, Marcus Orry^ 
1588, 4to. 

In hoc corporc continentur tripertite historie ex 

Socrate Sozomeno et Theodorico in unu coUecte et nuper 




CASSIUS—CASTELLI. 329 

de greco in latinu translate libri numero duodecim. Per 
Johanni SchussUr regie urbis Augustensis civetn. . . • 1472, 
fol. russia, g. e. Gothic. 

CASSIUS, BARTHOLOMiEUS. 8. KASSICH (B.) 

CASTAGLIONE, or Castiglione, Castalio, Giu- 
seppe. De antiquis puerorum praenominibus Commen- 
tarius. Ramce^ I594* 

De Vergili nominis scribendi recta ratione com- 

mentarius, et adversus feminarum praenominum assertores 
disputatio. RonuEi I594> 4^o. 

CASTANEDA, Fernando Lopez de. Le premier 
livre de Thistoire de Tlnde, traduit en fran^ais par Nicolas 
de Grounchy. Paris, Michel Vascosan, 1553, 4to. 

CASTEL, GuiLlELMUS. Due Elegie, cum quibusdem 
eius carminibus. 4to. 18 fT. (without date or place.) 

CASTELL, Edmund. Lexicon heptaglotton, Hebrai- 
cum Chaldaicum, Syriacum, Samaritanum, iEthiopicum, 
Arabicum conjunctum et Persicum separatim. Cui accessit 
brevis et harmonica grammatical omnium praecedentium 
linguarum delineatio. Londini, Thomas Raycroft^ 1669, 
2 vols. fol. r. mor. 

s. Bible, Polyglott 

■ Oratio in Scholis Theologicis habita cum praelec- 

tiones suas in secundum canonis Avicennae librum auspica- 
retur. Landiniy 1667, 4to. 

CASTELL, Robert. The Villas of the Ancients 
illustrated. London, 1728, imp. fol. o. r. mor. L. P. 

CASTELLI, Benedetto. Delia misura delle Acque 
correnti. Roma, 1628, 4to. engr. title-page. 

CASTELLI, Gabriele Lancilotto, Principe di Tor- 
REMUZZA. Siciliae et objacentium insularum veterum In- 
scriptionum nova collectio, prolegomenis et notis illustrata, 
et iterum cum emendationibus et auctariis evulgata. Pa* 
normi, 1784, fol. 



330 CASTELLI—CASTL 

CASTELLI, PlETRO. De Hyaena odorifera exetasis, 
figuris aeneis adornata. Editio nova auction Francofurti^ 
1668, i8mo. 

Castelletti, Cristoforo. I. Torti amorosi, comedia. 

S. COMEDIE. 

Castellini, Jacopo. II Medico, comedia. s. COBfEDiE. 

C ASTELNAU, Michel de. Les Memoires de Messire 
Michel de Castelnau, Seigneur de Mauvissi^re. Ausqueiles 
sont traict^es les choses plus remarquables qu'il a veues et 
negoti^ en France Angleterre et Ecosse soubs les rois 
Francois II. et Charles IX. tant en temps de paix qu'en 
temps de guerre. Paris^ 162 1, 4to. 

— » Lies Memoires, etc Illustrez et augmentez de plu- 
sieurs commentaires et manuscripts . . . avec les elc^^es des 
roys, r^^es . . . et lliistoire genealogique de la Maison de 
Castelnau par Jean Le Laboureur. Paris ^ 1660, 2 vols. fol. 
o. c g. e. 

CASTELVETRO, LODOVICO. Ragione d'alcune cose 
senate nella canzone d' Annibal Caro, Venite al' ombra de 
gran Gigli d'Oro. Kekpika {Modena\ 4ta 

With the autograph of N. F. Haym. 

Rag^oni d' alcune cose segnate nella canzone di 

Mcsser Annibal Caro : Venite a FOmbra de gran Gigli 
d'oro. Kekpika ( Vefietta)^ 8vo. 

Giunta fatta al Ragionamento degli articoli et de 

verbi di M. Pietro Bembo. Modena^ 1563, 4to. o. Cambr. 

With Haym's autograph. 

CASTER A, J. History of Catherine II. Empress of 
Russia. Translated from the frendi by Henry Hunter. 
London^ 1800, 8vo. 

Castera, Louis Adrien duperron de. s. Duper- 
RON DE Castera (L. R.) 

CASTI, GlAMBATTlSTA. Novelle Galanti in ottava 




CASTIGLIONE. 331 

rima. Nuova edizione. Londra e Parigi, 1793, 8vo. bl. 
mor. g. e. On Vellum. 

CASTIGLIONE, Conte Baldesare. Opere volgari 
e latine, novellamente raccolte, ordinate, ricorrette ed illus- 
trate da Giovan Antonio e Gaetano Volpi. Padava, Comino^ 
1733, 4to. o. V. 

II libro del Cortegiano del Conte Baldesar Casti- 

glione. In Venetia^ nelle case di Aldo Romano et d^ Andrea 
d^Asola sua suocero neW anno 1528, del mese d* Aprile^ fol. 

0. r. mor. 

-— — II libro del Cortegiano. Nuovamente ristampato. 
In Vinegia, neW anno 1 545, nelle case de figlioli di Aldo^ foL 

01. mor. Beautiful Italian binding of the xvi. century, with 
monogram on the side. 

II libro del Cortegiano. In Vinegia^ in case de 

figlioli di Aldo^ IS47, small 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

II Libro del Cortegiano. Venetic^ per Bernardo 

Fagianiy 1559, small 8vo. v. 

II Libro del Cortegiano. Milano^ 1803, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Classici Italiani, vols. 67-68. 

11 Libro del Cortegiano. Edizione formata sopra 

quella d'Aldo, 1528, riscontrata con altre delle pii!l riputate, 
ed arricchita di un copioso indice delle materie. Milano^ 
1822, i2mo. 

Balthasaris Castilionis^ Comitis libri IV. de Cu- 

riali sive Aulico, ex italico sermone in latinum conversi 
interprete Bartholomeo Gierke. Recensuit Samuel Drake. 
Cantabrigia, 171 3, 8vo. o. c. L. P. 

The Courtier of Count Baldessar Castilio, divided 

into foure bookes. Verie necessarie and profitable for young 
gentlewomen abiding in Court, palace, or place, done into 
english by Thomas Hobby. London, printed by John 
Wolfe 1588 (Ital. Fr. and Engl.), 3 vols. 8vo. 



332 CASTIGLIONE—CA TALOGUES. 

CASTIGLIONE^BONAVENTURA. Gallorum Insubrum 
antiquas sedes. Mediolaniy 1541, small 4ta 

CASTILLO, Fra Antonio del. El devoto Per^rrmo 
y viage de Tierra Santa. Paris, 1666, fol. With plates* 

CASTILLO, Julian del. Historia de los Reyes Godos 
que vinieron de la Scythia de Europa contra el Imperio 
Romano y a Espaiia, con succession dellos hasta los cato- 
licos reyes Don Fernando y Dona Isabel. Proseguida 
desde su principio c5 adiciones copiosas de todos tiempos 
hasta el del catolico Do Filipe 1 1 II. por el maestro Fray 
Geronimo de Castro y Castillo, hijo del autor. Madrid^ 
1624, foL 

CASTRO, EZECHIEL DE, Ignis Lambens. Verofue, 
1642, i2mo. 

CASTRO, Alonso Nunez de. Coronica de los 
Senores reyes de Castilla, Don Sancho el Deseado, Don 
Alonso el Octavo, y Don Enrique el Primero. Madrid, 
1665, 4to. 

Castrucci, Sebastiano Fantoni. s. Fantoni Cas- 

TRUCCI (S.) 

CATALOGUES. Catalogus Bibliothecae quarum pub- 

lica erit distractio ad diem 9 Apr. 17 14, Hagae Comitum, 
17 14, i2mo. (Priced). 

Catalogus Bibliothecae Belharnosianae, quae venalis 

prostat. Aure/ia, 1683, 4to. 

Catalogus librorum qui in Bibliotheca Blandfordi- 

ensi reperiuntur. London, 18 12, 4to. 

Bibliothecae Bridgesianae Catalogus : or, a Cata- 
logue of the entire library of John Bridges, which will be 
sold in February, 1726. London, 1725, 8vo. (Priced.) 
With a plate by A. Motte. 




CATALOGUES. 333 

CATALOGUES. Catalogus Bibliothecae Musei Britan- 
nici. Londiniy 1787, 2 vols, in i, fol. 

Catalogus librorum Bibliothecae Raphaelis Tricheti 

Du Fresne. Parisiis^ 1662, 4to. 

Catalogus Bibliothecae Thuanae a Petro et Jacobo 

Puteanis ordine alphabetico primum distributus, turn a 
Ismaele Bullialdo secundum scientias et artes digestus; 
denique editus a Josepho Quesnell, Parisino et Bibliothe- 
cario. Cum indice alphabetico auctorum, 1679. Latien- 
burgi ad Albim, 1704, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Bibliothecae Regiae Catalogus (by Frederick 

Augusta Barnard). Londini^ 1820-22, 5 vols. fol. russia. 

Catalog! librorum manuscriptorum Angliae et 

Hibemiae in unum collecti cum indice alphabetico. OxanuE^ 
1627, folio. 

A Catalogue of maps; prints, drawings etc. form- 
ing the geographical and topographical collection attached 
to the Library of his late Majesty king George III. and 
presented by his Majesty king George IV. to the British 
Museum. London^ 1829, fol. russia. 

A Catalogue of the Library of Thomas Sclater 

Bacon, which will be sold by auction, etc London^ 173^-7, 
8vo. 

Index to the Catalogue of books in the Upper 

Hall of the public Library of the city of Boston. Boston^ 
1861, 4to. 

Index to the Catalogue of books in the Bates 

Hall of the public Library of the City of Boston. First 
supplement. Boston^ 18661 4to. 

A Catalogue of the books of the Rt Hon. Charles 

Viscount Bruce of Ampthill, in his Library at Totenham in 
the county of Wiltes. Oxford^ I733> 4to. o. r. mor. g. c. 
and Harley pattern border. L. P. 



334 CA TALOGUES—CA TBCHISM. 

CATALOGUES. A Catalogue of a very elegant and 
curious cabinet of books lately imported from France. 
London^ iji^t 8vo. 

A Catalogue of the highly curious and important 

duplicates of the Library of H. G. the Duke of Devonshire. 
London^ i865» 8vo. 

Sales Catalogues 1812-1813, 8vo. 

Allgemeines Verzeichniss derer Biicher, welche 

in der Frankfurter und Leipziger Ostermesse des 1776- 1787 
Jahren entweder ganz neu gedruckt, oder sonst verbessert, 
wieder aufgeleget worden sind, auch inskiinftige noch 
herauskommen soUen. Leipzig^ 1 776-1 781, 3 vols. 4to. 

A Catalogue of the Harleian collection of manu- 
scripts purchased by authority of Parliament for the use of 
the publick, and preserved in the British Museum. Pul>- 
lished by order of the Trustees. London, 1759, 2 vols. fol. 

A Catalogue of the Portland Museum, which will 

be sold by auction on the 24th of April, 1786, 4to. r. mor. 

Catalogus Horti Botanici Oxoniensis alphabetice 

digestus cura et opera socia Philippi Stephani et Gulielmi 
Brounei. Oxonii, 1658, i6mo. 

Catalogus plantarum, or a Catalogue of trees, 

shrubs, plants and flowers both exotic and domestic, which 
are propagated for sale in the gardens near London. 
London, 1730, folio. 

Catalogue of Honor, s. MiLLES (T.) 

CATECHISM. A short Catechisme, or playne instruc- 
tion, conteynynge the sume of Christian learninge sett 
fourth by the kings maiesties authoritie, for all Schoie- 
maister to teache. To thys Catechisme are adioyned the 
Articles agreed uppon by the Bishoppes and other learned 
and godly men, in the last convocatid at London, in the 
yeare of our Lorde MDLH. . . . Lofidon, TKo Day, 
1553, small 8vo. bl. mor. g. e. Bl. letter. 



CA TECHISM. 555 



CATECHISM. The CarTirr^nsrnc or miacr to teacbe 
diiklren die Chiissiaa Itrigioo. Made by the exc^icnte 
doctor and pastor in Chxisscs Chzrche Jlion CahrnL Lumiim^ 
Jkm Kjmgjttm^ 158a VL Vrrrr, 

Shart Qacsdaos and ansrcares. coateyrung the Summe 
of Chrisrian ReSgioo. Lomdim^ 7ib?. Dassim^ 15&X BL 
letter. 

A Catfaedusmc, or Institntioo of Christian Rel^>n. 
Lomdom^ Jdm Da^ 1577- BL letter. With carious wood^ 
cuts. 

A compendSous forme and summe of Christian doctrine; 
called the Testimonie of a true Faith, gathered, corrected* 
and newly augmented by Christopher Shutte. Iw^rimud 
by Tho. Dawson^ 1379^ B^ letter. 

A little Catechisme, that is to sa\*e, a short instniction 
touching Christian rd^on, set forth by Theodorus Bera» 
minister of the Churche of God in Geneva. LomJom^ Hngk 
SingUtan, 15791 BL letter. 

Summarie and short Meditations, touchii^ sundry 
poyntes of Christian Religion, gathered by T(homas) W(il* 
cox), and now published for the edification and proAt of 
Gods Saints. London^ George Byshop^ 1 58a BL letter. 

The Summe of Christianitie, reduced unto eight pro- 
positions, briefly and plainly confirmed out of the holy 
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An excellent Treatise of Christian righteousness, written 
first in the french tongue by M. I. de TEspine, and tnins* 
lated into english by L. Field London^ Tho. VautnMitr^ 
1580. BL letter. 

A Treatise of the preparation to the Holy Supper of our 
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A Booke of Christian questions and Answcrcs, Where- 
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Bodleianae codicibus, graece nunc primum in lucem edita, et 
latine versa, opera et studio Patricii lunii* Accessit ad 
calcem textus Jobi ^<x^f<5^, juxta veram et germanam 
Septuaginta seniorum interpretationem. Londinty 1637, 
fol. o. V. 

CATENiE PATRUM. Expositio Patrum graecorum 

in Psalmos, a Balthasare Corderio soc. Jesu ex vetustis- 

simis . . mss. codicibus avtuiiroii concinnata in paraphrasin, 

commentarium et catenam digesta, latinitate donata, et 

annotationibus illustrata. Antuerpice^ex officina Plantiniana 

Balthesaris Mareti^ 1643. 3 vols. fol. o. v. 

Title inclosed within a fine engraved border representing king 
David playing the harp. 

• Catenae in Evangelia S. Matthaei et S. Marci, ad 

fidem Codd. mss. edidit J. A. Cramer. Oxonii^ 1840, 8vo. 

Catenae in Evangelia S. Lucae et S. Joannis, ad 

fidem Codd. mss. edidit J. A. Cramer. Oxonii, 1841, 8vo. 

— '- Catena in Acta SS. Apostolorum, e Cod. Nov. 
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Catenae in Sancti Paul! Epistolas, ad fidem Codd 

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Catena in Epistolas Catholicas, accesserunt CEcu- 

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CATESBY, Mark. Natural history of Carolina, Flo- 
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Catholicon. s. Janua (J. B. de.) 

CATLIN, George. Letters and Notes on the manners, 
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338 CA TO—CA TULL US. 

CATOf Valerius. Cathonis magni autoris moraltssi- 
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Antonium Sorg), fol. oL mor. g. e. 

Catho moralissimus cum elegantissimo commen- 

tario Robert! de EuromodiL Impressum in oppido mercu- 
riali Antuerpiensi^ptr nu Gerardum Leeu^ 14871 small 4ta gr* 
mor. With a fine woodcut 



Disticha moralia nomine Catonis inscripta : cum 

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Cato Parvus. Cato Magnus, s. Caxton. 
Cato, Marcus Porcius. s. Libri de Re Rustica. 

CATROU, Le Pere FRAN90IS. Histoire generale de 
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Catsius, Jacob, s. Catz (J.) 

CATULLUS, Caius Valerius. (At the end) Tabula 

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CATULLUS. 339 

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340 CA TULL US—CA TZ. 

CATULLUS, Caius Valerius. Caius Valerius Catul- 
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C . Valerii CatuUi, Albu Tibulli, et Sexti Aurelii 



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CAULFIELD—CAVALIERL 341 

CAULFIELD, James. Portraits, memoirs and charac- 
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the end of the reign of George II. London^ 18 19, 4 vols. 
8vo. blue mor. L. P. 

CAURIOLO, Helia. Delle historic Bresciane libri 
dodeci, nei quali si vede V origrine et antichiti della citti di 
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Caus, Solomon de. s. De Caus (S.) 

Causeus, Mich. Angelus. s. La Chausse (M. A.) 

CAUSSIN, Nicolas. Electorum symbolorum et 
parabolarum historicarum syntagmata ex Horo, Clemente, 
Epiphanio et aliis. Cum notis et observationibus. 

Polyhistor symbolicus, electorum symbolorum et Para- 
bolarum historicarum stromata, XII libros complectens. 
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La Cour sainte. Paris, 1645, 2 voL foL 



C AVALCA, Frate Domenico, da Vico Pisano. Trac- 
tato o vero libro chiamato Pungi lingua. Impresso in 
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CAVALCANTI, Bartolomeo. Trattati sopra gli 
ottimi r^gimenti delle Repubbliche antiche e moderne. 
Milano, 1805, 8vo. Classici Italiani, vol. 161. 

CAVALIER, Henrico Giblet. Historic de Re 
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CAVALIERI, GioVAN Battista de. Antiquarum 
statuarum urbis Romx primus et secundus liber. Urbis 
Romae sdificiorum illustrium quae supersunt reliquiae summa 
cum diligentia a Jo. Antonio Dosio, stilo ferreo ut hodie 
cernuntur descriptae, et a Joanne Baptista de Caveleriis 
aeneis tabulis incisis repraesentatae. RonuB, 1569, 4to. 




342 CA VALIERI—CA VE. 

GAVALIERI, GlOVAN BATftStA de Urbift Romae 
iafedificioruin illustrium qusG; ^upersunt reliquide^ Rama, 
1 569, 4to. 

Antiquarum Statuarum urbis Romse quae in pub- 

licis privatisque locis visuntur icones. 4to. 

Cavallero determinada s. La Marche. 

CAVALLIER, James. Memoirs of the war of the 
Cevennes, under Colonel Cavallier, in defence of the protes- 
tants persecuted in that country, and of the peace con- 
cluded between him and the Mareschal Duke of Villars. 
Second edition. Londott, ^7^7, 8vo. 

CAVALLO, TiBERio. A complete treatise on Elec- 
tricity in theory and practice, with original experiments. 
Second edition. London, 1782, 8vo. 

A treatise on the nature and properties of Air, 

and other permanently elastic fluids, to which is prefixed an 
introduction to chemistry. London, 1781, 4to. 

The history and practice of Aerostation. London^ 

1785, 8vo. 

■■ ■■' A treatise 6n Magnetism in theory and practice, 
with original experiments. London, 1787, 8va 

Cavazzoni Zanotti, Gio. Pietro. s. Zanotti (G. P.) 

CAVE, William. Antiquitates Apostolicae, or the 
history of the lives, acts, and martyrdoms of the holy 
Apostles of our Saviour and the two Evangelists SS. Mark 
artd Luke. Third edition. London, 1677, "f^l. 

A dissertation concerning the government of the 

ancient Church, by Bishops, Metropolitans, and Patriarchs. 
London, 1683, 8vo. 

Scriptorum Ecciesiasticorum historia literari&y a 

Chriisto nato usque ad saeculum XIV. facili methodo digesta. 
Accedunt Scriptores Gentiles, christians religionis oppug- 
natores ; et Cujud vis saeculi Breviarium. Additur ad iinem 



CA VEND IS If. 343 

cujusque saeculi Conciliorum omnium, tum generalium tum 
particularium, historica notitia. Accedunt ab aliis manibus 
Appendices duae, ab ineunte saeculo XIV ad annum usque 
1 5 17 nunc in unum congestae. Editio novissima. Oxonii^ 
1740 1 743, 2 vols. foL 

CAVENDISH, George. The Negotiations of Thomas 
Woolsey, the great Cardinall of England. Composed by 
one of his owne servants, being his gentleman usher. 
London, 1641, 4to. 

First edition, without the name of the author. A portrait of Wobey 
by Marshall 

The Memoirs of the great favourite Cardinal 

Woolsey, with remarks on his rise and fall. London^ 
1706, 8vo. 

Memoirs of the Life of Cardinal Woolsey. The 

Second edition. London, 1708, 8vo. 

With the name of the author. 

The Life of Cardinal Wolsey. And metrical 



Visions, from the original autograph ms. With notes and 
other illustrations by Samuel W, Singer. Chiswick, 1825, 
2 vols. 8vo. gr. mor. g. e. L.P. 

Who wrote Cavendish's Life of Wolsey.^ s. 

Hunter (J.) 

CAVENDISH, Hon. Henry, F.R.S. Appendix, 
containing tables for clearing the apparent distances of the 
Moon from the Sun or a Star, from the effects of parallax 
and refraction. An account of some attempts to imitate 
the effects of the torpedo by electricity. Read at the Royal 
Society, Jan. 18, 1775. London, 1776. 

An account of a new Eudiometer. Read at the Royal 
Society, Jan. 16, 1783. London, 1783. 

Observations on Mr. Hutchins's experiments for de- 
termining the degree of cold at which quicksilver freezes* 
Read at the Royal Society, May i, 1783. London, 1784. 




344 CAVENDISH. 

CAVENDISH, Hon. Henry, F.R.S. Experiments on 
Air. Read at the Royal Society, June 2, 1785. London^ ijiS^ 

An account of experiments made by Mr. John McNab, 
at Henley House, Hudson's Bay, relating to freezing mix- 
tures. Read at the Royal Society, Feb. 23, 1786. Lon- 
don, 1786. 

An account of experiments made by Mr. John McNab, 
at Albany Fort, Hudson's Bay, relative to the freezing 
of nitrous and vitriolic acids. On the conversion of a mix- 
ture of dephlogisticated and phlogisticated air into nitrous 
acid by means of electric spark. 

On the civil year of the Hindoos, and its divisions ; 
with an accpunt of the three Hindoo Almanacs belongring 
to Charles Wilkins. 

Experiments to determine the density of the Elarth. 

On an improvement in the manner of dividing astro- 
nomical instruments. From the Philosophical Transactions. 
London, 1809. Six parts in i vol. 4to. 

CAVENDISH, Margaret, Duchess of Newcastle, 
Philosophical and physical opinions. London, 1655, foL 

The Life of the thrice noble, high and puissant 



Prince William Cavendishe, Duke, Marquess, and Earl of 
Newcastle. London, A, Maxwell, 1667, fol. 

Another copy. 

With Robert Southey's autograph. 

CAVENDISH, William, Duke of Newcastle. A 
new method and extraordinary invention to dress horses, 
and work them according to nature ; as also, to perfect 
nature by the subtility of art. London, 1667, foL 

A general system of horsemanship in all its 

branches ; containing a faithful translation of that most 
noble and useful work of his Grace, William Cavendish, 
Duke of Newcastle, entitled the manner of feeding, dress- 



CA VENDISH—CA X TON. 34S 

ing, and training of horses for the great saddle, and fitting 
them for the service of the field in time of war, or for the 
exercise and improvement of gentlemen in the Academy 
at home. With all the original copper plates, in number 
forty three. London^ J. Brindley^ I743» 2 vols, large fol. 

CAVENDISH, William, first Duke of Devonshire. 
The Charms of Liberty : a poem occasioned by the Arch- 
bishop of Cambray's Telemachus. Writ in the year 1707. 

The works of Peironius Arbiter, translated by several 
hands. London^ I7I3> 8vo. 

Honori Sacellum : a funeral poem to the memory 

of William, Duke of Devonshire : obiit decimo octavo die 
Augusti, 1707. Londini^ 1707, 4to. 

CAVITELLI, LUDOVico, Cremonese. Annales, quibus 
res ubique gestas memorabiles a patriae suae origine usque 
ad annum Salutis 1583 breviter ille complexus est Cre- 
mona, 1588, 4to. 

CAXTON, William. 

The copies of Caxton's editions in the library at Chatsworth have 
been carefully described in Mr. Blades' '*Life and Typography of 
Caxton." A list of them is here given, with reference to that work for 
further particulars. 

Here b^ynneth the volume entituled and named 

the Recuyell of the Hystoryes of Troye. Ended and 
fynysshid in the holy cyte of Colen tfte XIX. day of sep- 
tembre the yere of our sayd lord god a thousand foure 
honderd sixty and enleven (1471), fol. purple mor. g. e. 
Blades, II. 6. 

The first leaf in the book is mounted ; and the last is supplied in 
£Eu:simile. It was bought at the Duke of Roxburghe's sale in 181 2 for 
j£ 1,060 lar. It belonged once to Elizabeth Grey, queen of Edward 
the Fourth, as it appears from an inscription on the paper lining of the 
original binding, which has been preserved and bound at the end of 
the volume. The first book printed in the english language. 

The Game and playe of the Chesse, translated out 



346 CA X TON. 

of frensh. Fynysshid the last day of Marche the yer of our 
lord god a t/iousand foure honderd and LXXIIIL (1474)9 
fol. r. mor. g. e. Blades, II. 11. 

First and last leaves mounted ; third and eighth leaves supplied 
in facsimile. 

CAXTON, William. Parvus Catho. Magnus Catho. 
Stans Puer ad mensam. {Caxton, second edition, 1479)9 
4to. o. r. mor. g. e. Unique, Blades, II. 13 and 55. 

Boecius de Consolacione philosophie. Atte requests 

of a singuler frende andgossib ofmyne I William Caxton have 
done my debuoir and payne tenprynte it in forme as is here 
afore made, fol. purple mor. g. e. by Hering. Blades, II. 70. 

Perfect, clean copy, with the original blank lea£ 

The Dictes and notable w)^e soyenges of the 

phylosophers late translated and drawen out of frenshe. 
Enprynted by me William Caxton at Westmestre the yere of 
our Lord MCCCCLXXVII. Hie est finis. Thus endeth 
thys book, whiche wasfynisshed the VIII day of the moneth of 
Novembre, and the seventethyere of the regne-ofKyf^ Edward 
the fourth, foL purple mor. g. e. Blades, II, 78. 

Imperfect ; wanting the 8th folio ; uncut but soiled. 
The Myrrour of the Worlde or thymage of the 



same. The XXI year of the regne of the most crysten kynge, 

Kynge Edward the fourth / have empryted and 

fynysshed this sayd lytil werke (1481), foL bL mor. g. e. 
Blades, II. 86. 

The Roxburgh copy. Very fine. Perfect On the first leaf Coll^gii 
Anglicani Lovan." 

Tullius de Senectute. Tully of olde age. Mm- 



pryntedby me symple persone William Caxton into, Englysshe 
at the play sir solace and reverence of men growying in to 
olde age the VII day of august the yere of our Lord 
M.CCCCZXXXL Here followeth the said Tulliua de 



CAXTON. 347 

Amicicia translated into our matemall englissh tongue. 
Explicit per Caxton, fol. bl. mor. g. e. Blades, II. 94. 

The Roxburgh copy. Imperfect. 

CAXTON, William. The Game and playe of the 

Chesse. Explicit per Caxton, io\, o, v. mor, g.t. Blades, II, g8. 

The second edition. With woodcuts. Perfect. From Ratdiffe's 
Library. 

The Cronicles of England. Enphied by me William 

CaxtoH in thi abbey of Westmynstre by London , , . the V 
de^ of yuyn the yere of thincamacion of our Lord God 
MCCCCLXXX, fol. r. mor. by Hering. Blades, II. 11 1. 

Made perfect* In good condition, but first and last ff. mounted. 

The Polycronycon M,CCCC,LXXXII, fol. ol. mor. 

g. e. Blades, 11. 127. 

Imperfect ; several leaves wanting at the beginning and at the 
end, and replaced in ms. With several old autographs. 

A Vocabulary in french and english. Fol. ol. mor. 

g. e. Blades, II. 133. 

Set on large paper. Imperfect; wanting the last five leaves, 
which are supplied in writing. 

Confessio Amantis, that is to saye in Englisshe, the 

Confessyon of the Louer, maad and compyled by Johan 
Gower. Enpryntedat Westmestreby me Wyllyam Caxtonand 
fynysshed the II daye of septembre the first yere of the reyne 
of Kyng Richard the thyrd the yere of our Lord a thousand 
CCCCLXXXXIII, (a mistake for MCCCCLXXXIII.) fol. 
ol. mor. g. e. by Hering. Blades, II. 142. 

Perfect ; fine and clean copy. 

The legende named in latin Legenda aurea that is 

to saye in englisshe the Golden Legende. Fynysslied it at 
Westmestre the twenty day of novembre, the yere of our lord 

MCCCCLXXXIII. by me Wylyam Caxton^ fol. russia, g. e. 
Blades, II. 135. 

. Imperfect, and made up out of two editions ; wants all before 
a iiii First and last leaves much torn and repaired. 



348 CAXTON, 

CAXTON, William. The Book callid Caton. 

Translated aute of frensshe into englysslu by WiUiatn 

Caxton in thabbay of Westmynstre the yere of oure lord 

MCCCCLXXXIII, foL ol. mor. g. e. Blades, II. 

Perfect ; dean copy. Autograph of the Earl of Oxford : — ^ I 
bought this book at Edinburgh, and paid for it the price of £'^, 3J. to 
Mr. Alex. Seymour bookseller in the parliament close, May 24, 1725." 
In another hand : ^ J. Barrard ex Bibliotheca Harleiana, price £^\. is. 
Fcbr. 15th 1745." 

The Doctrinal of Sapyence. Translated out of the 

frenshe into englysshe by Willyam Caxton at Westmester 
the VII day of may, the yere of our Lord MCCCCLXXXIX. 
Caxton tne fieri fecit, fol. russ. g. e. Blades, II. 201. 

Imperfect ; 2 leaves in ms. 

The Book of Faytttes of Armes and of Chyvalrye. 

Enprynted the XIII I day of Juyll (1489), fol. gr. mon g. e. 
Blades, II. 209. 

The Roxburgh copy. Imperfect ; a few lines of the last leaf, 
which is mounted, being supplied in facsimile. 

The Boke of Eneydos compyled by Vyrgyle whiche 

hathe he translated oute of latyne into frenshe. And oute 
of frenshe reduced in to englysshe by me Wyllm Caxton the 
XXII dayof juyn, the yere of our Lorde MCCCCLXXXX, 
fol. ol. mor. g. e. Blades, II. 223. 

A clean copy but imperfect, wanting leaf L. i. 

The Myrrour of the Worldc. Caxton m£ fieri fecit 

(the second edition, about 1490), fol. r. mor. g. e. by Hering. 

Blades, II. 230. 

Perfect ; on the first leaf : " This is the Lady Anne Fortescuys 
boke, 1532." 



Incipit liber qui vocatur Festialis. Caxton me fieri 

fecit. Bound with : — Quatuor sermones. Second edition, 
fol. bL mor. g. e. Blades, II. 239. Imperfect 

The Prouffytable boke for manes soule, and right 

comfortable to the body and specyally in adversitie and 



CAXTON—CEBES. 349 

trybulacyon whiche boke is called the Chastysing of Goddes 
Chyldern, fol. bl. mor. g. e. Blades^ II. 242. 

Perfect ; clean copy. 

CAXTON, William. Tretyse of Love, fol. mar. mor. 
g. e. Blades^ II. 244. 

Perfect ; clean copy. 

The Lyf of Saint Katherin of Senis the blessed 

virgin. The Revelacyons of Saynt Elysabeth the kinges 
doughter of Hugarye, fol. ol. mor. g. e. Blades, II. 248. 

Imperfect; four leaves are supplied by leaves taken from an 
earlier edition by Wynkin de Worde ; which shows it to be the copy 
upon which Kippis made some remarks. On the fly-leaf there is the 
following old ms. note : '' This book was all printed by Caxton, 
except the last page, which was printed by Wynkyn de Worde." 

The Golden Legende. Fynyssheditat WestmestretJu 

XX day of may, theyere of our Lord MCCCCLXXXXIIL 
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Chronycle of Englande with the fruyte of tymes. 

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39. Recueil des Croniques et 
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54. The Annals of Loch C^. 
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56. Memorials of the Reign of 
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61. Historical Papers and Let- 
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CHRONICON Alexandrinum, itemque astrono- 

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CHRONICON Chronicon Carionis. s. Carion. 

Chronicon Saxonicum, seu Annales rerum in 

Anglia praecipue gestarum a Christo nato ad annum 
usque 1154 deduct!. Cum indice rerum chronologico. . . . 
Opera et studio Edmundi Gibson. Saxonice et latine. 
Oxonii, 1692, 4to. 

CHRONIQUES DE FRANCE appel6es Chroniques 
de St. Denys depuis les Troyens jusqu '4 la mort de 
Charles VII. en 1461. Imprime a paris pour Anthoine 
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Chronique Martinienne. s. Martinus Po- 

LONUS. 

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1487, small fol. o. r. mor. 

A perfect copy and in beautiful preservation of a most rare book. 
Brunet seems to have known only of two copies, and both imperfect 
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374 CHR YSOS TOM US. 

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CHRYSOSTOMUS. Joannes, Sanctus.Axdnepiscopus 
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(In fine) Deo et deifere refero gras infinitas de 

fine primi libri johafiis Crisostimi sancti doctoris et episcopi 
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Enarratio in Psalmum centesimum. Homilia 

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Beati Nectarij Arch. Constantinopolitani oratio una. 
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CiCCEIDE LEGITTIMA, LA. S. LAZZARELLI (G. F.) 

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digesta impressimus : hon eo ordine quem temporum ratio 
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Horum operum . . Alexandri Minutiani oblocatio fuitt 

redemptura Gulielmorum fratrum Librarii oppifices per- 

fecerunt Mediolani, 1498, in legitime Ludovici S. F. Angii 

principis sapientissimi DucatUy 4 vols. fol. o. r. mor. rich 

g. border. First edition, 

A inagnificent copy. It contains the dedicatory letter of Minu- 
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Opera omnia. Parisiis, in adibus Johannis Parvi 

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378 CICER O. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Opera, omnium quae 
hactenus excusa sunt, castigatissima nunc primum in lucem 
edita. Ex recognitione et cum notis Petri VictoriL Venetiis^ 
in officina Luca Antonii Junta, 1536-1537, 4 vols. foL o. bl. 
mor. g. e. 

Count Hoym's copy, with his anns and monogram. 

Opera. Studio et labore Roberti Stephani redinte- 

grata. Rhetorica, Epistolae, Philosophica. Parisiis, ex 
officina Roberti Stephani, 1 538-1 539, 4 parts bound in 3 vols. 
foL bl. c g. e. 

There ought to be two other parts containing Orationes, 

Opera. Parisiis ex officina Roberti Stephanie 

1 543- 1 544, 8 vols. 8vo. o. bl. mor. g. e. 

Orationes, 3 vols. Epistolae, 2 vols. Rhetorica, i voL Philoso- 
phica, 2 vols. 

Opera. Ex officina Roberti Stephani, Parisiis^ 

1 543- 1 547, II vols. 24mo. o. gfr. mor. g. e. 

Opera. Venetiis, Aldus, 1 563-1 567, 10 vols. 8vo. 

o. r. mor. g. e. 

Orationes, 3 vols. ; de Oratore, i voL ; Rhetoricorum, i voL ; de 
Philosophia, 2 vols. ; de Officiis, i voL ; Epistolae £Euniliares, i voL ; 
Epistolae ad Atticimi, i voL 

Opera omnia quae extant, a Dionysio Lambino ex 

Codd. mss. emendata et aucta ; ejusdem Lambini anno- 
tationes, sive emendationum rationes, index et fragmenta 
omnia quae extant. Lutetice, apud Bcmardum Turrisanufn 
sub Aldina bibliotheca, 1 565-1 566, 4 vols. fol. russia. 

Opera omnia quae extant, a Dyonisio Lambino ex 

Codd. mss. emendata et aucta. Parisiis^ ex officina Jacobi 

du Puys, 1566, 2 vols, bound in I, fol. 

Rhetorica et Orationes. There should be two other vols, to com- 
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Opera omnia, Mannucciorum commentariis illus- 

trata antiquaeque lectioni restituta. Venetiis, apud Aldum, 
1582, 10 parts bound in 4 vols. fol. o. v. 



CICERO. 379 

This edition is formed by the collection of the various vols, of 
Cicero, separately printed from 1578 to 1583, to which new title-pages 
were put. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Another copy, 4 vols, 
fol. o. c 

Opera omnia quae extant, a Dionysio Lambino ex 



Codd. mss. emcndata. In officina Sanctandreana yeretnia 
des Planches^ 1584, 2 vols, bound in i, fol. 

These 2 vols, contain only ^ OratiGnes." 

Opera omnia. Geneva, Chauet, 1617, 4 vols. bd. 

in I, thick 4to. o. c 

Opera omnia quae extant, ex sola fere Codd. 

mss. fide emendata, studio et industria Jani Gulielmi, et 
Jani Gruteri, additis notis et indicibus accuratissime con- 
fectis. Hatnburgi, Frobenius, 1618-1619, 4 vols, in 2, foL o. v. 

Opera, cum optimis exemplaribus accurate coUata. 

Lugduni Batavorum, ex officina Elzeviriana^ 1642, 10 vols. 
i2mo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Opera omnia, cum selectissimis Jani Gruteri et 

variorum notis, accurante C. Schrevelio, accedunt Dionisii 
Gothofredi Argumenta. Basi/ece, 1687, 4 vols, bound in 
2 vols. 4to. 

Opera varia, ex recensione Joannis Georgii Graevii, 

cum ejusdem animadversionibus, et notis integris variorum. 

Lugduni Batavorum, apud DanieUm Elzevirium^ 1676-1699^ 

1 1 vols. 8va 

Orationes, 6 vols. Epistolse ad Atticum, 2 vols. Epistolse ad 
Familiares, 2 vols. De Officiis, i voL 

Opera, cum delectu commentariorum, studio 

Josephi Oliveti. Parisiis, Joan Baptista Coignard et 
Guerin, 1740- 1742, 9 vols. 4to. o. r. mor. L. P. 

Opera quae supersunt omnia, ad fidem optimarum 

editionum diligenter expressa. Glasgua^ Foulis^ 1748- 
1749, 20 vols. i2mo. o. r. mor. 



38o CICERO. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Opera, cum notis vario- 
rum. Editio novissima. Nen^li^ Joseph Maria Parcelli^ 
1777 f 17 vols. 8vo. c 

De offidis, 2 toIs. Rhetorica, 2 toIs. Epistolae ad famlliares, 4 
vols. Oradones, 9 vols. 

Opera uno volumine comprefaensa. Ex recensione 

Joannis Augusti Emestii studiose recc^nita edidit Car. 
Frid Aug. Nobbe. Editio stereotypa. Lipsia, 1827, 4to. 

Opera philosophica. Paruiis, UdcUricus Gering^ 

1471, 2 vols, small foL citr. mor. g. e. 

With numerous ms. maiginal notes. 

Opera philosophica. Academicarum quaestionum, 

de Finibus bonorum et malorum, Tusculanarum quses- 
tionum, de Natura Deorum, de Divinatione, de Fato, de 
Legibus, de Universitate, de Petitione consulatus, scholia 
Pauli ManutiL Vefutiis^ Paulus ManuHus Aldi F^ 1541. 
3 vols. bd. in i, 8vo. 

Opera philosophica. Venetiis^ Aldus^ ^S^S* ^ 

vols, small 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Opera philosophica. Parisiis^ Barbou^ 1786, 

i2mo. c. g. e. 

Officiorum libri: paradoxa et versus xii. sapien- 

tum. Presens optis Johannes Fust Mogutinus civis Petri 

tnanu pueri mei feliciter effect finitum anno MCCCCLXV. 

Small fol. o. citr. mor. First edition, 

Greek letters were first used in printing in this edition, and in the 
Lactantius printed at Subiaco the same year. 

Officiorum libri. Small 4to. goth. bl. mor. g. e. 

No date, nor place, but printed about 1466, with the types of 
UhicZelL 

Officia et Paradoxa Mogutince, Johannes Fust . . . 

tnanu petri de Gertis'hem pueri mei feliciter effeci^ finitum. 
Anno 1466, small fol. bl. mor. in a r. mor. case. On 

VELLUM. 



CICERO. 381 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De officiis. Paradoxa. 
Laelius. Small fol. russia, g. e. 

No place, nor date, but possibly Ulric Han towards 1469. 

Officiorum libri, paradoxa, versus xii. sapientum. 

Prcs opus arte quadam ffulcra per vefierabile phie magis- 

tru ac etia inclite Argentin civitatis cive dhm Heinricu 

Eggcsteyn suma cu diligetitia itnpsum i Anno Dni, 1472, 4to. 

goth. russ. g. e. 

There is a nis. note by Dampier to prove " Uteris ligneis, 
sculptis, impressum fliisse.'' 

Officiorum libri III., de senectute, de amicitia, 

paradoxa. Impressit Medioldi Antonius Zarotus parmensis 
1474. Rhatoricorum libri WW, opus impressum Mediolani 

per Antonium Zarotum Parmensem^ I474- Two parts in i 
vol. 4to. o. c. 

De Officiis, de senectute, de aniicitia, paradoxa, 

de sonio Scipionis, nee no de essetia mundi. Venetiis^ 
ductu et expesis Jotiannis De Colonia Agripinesi ac Johcmis 
Mdthen de Glierresthi ano 1474, 4to. mar. mor. g. e. and 
Dev. arms. 

De Officiis, paradoxa, de amicitia, de senectute, 

de somno Scipionis : necnon de essentia mundi : ac XII. 
Sapientum epithaphiis libri. Venetiis, ductu et expensis 
Jacobi Lunisis de Finizano in domo Marci de Comitibus^ 
1477, small fol. o. c 

De Officiis, paradoxa, de amicitia, de senectute, 

de somno Scipionis. Roma^ per Eucliarium Archirion, 
1 48 1, small 4to. o. r. mor. 

De Officiis lib. III. et aurum illud de amicitia 

senectuteque volumen, una cum paradoxis hoc habentur 
pugillari. Venetiis, 151 1, 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

De Officiis, de amicitia, de senectute, de para- 
doxis, de somnio Scipionis. Florentice^ opera et impensa 
Philippi Giunta, 15 13, mcnse aprili, small 8vo. oL mor. g. e. 



382 CICERO. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Officiorum lib. III. Cato 
major, sive de senectute, Laelius, sive de amicitia, somnium 
Scipionis ex VI. de Rep. excerptum, etc Ven^tiis, in adibus 
Aldi et Andrea Soceri^ I5i9» nutise Februario^ small 8vo. 

Officiorum lib. III. De amicitia et senectute 



dialog! singuli. Paradoxa et somnium Scipionis cum an- 
notationibus Erasmi Roterodami. Parisiis^ apud Simonefn 
Colifueum^ 1524, small 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

De Officiis lib. 3. Cato major, vel de senectute, 

Laelius, vel de amicitia. Paradoxa stoiconim sex. Som- 
nium Scipionis, cum annotationibus P. Manutii. Venetiis^ 
Aldus^ 1564, small i2mo, o. r. mor. g. e. 

De Officiis, Cato major, Laelius, paradoxa. Am^ 

stelodami^ exofficina ElzevirianOy 1656, i8mo. 

De Officiis libri tres, de amicitia, de senectute, 

paradoxa, et somnium Scipionis. Londini^ i^3y i8mo. 

De Officiis libri III., Cato major, Laelius, paradoxa, 

somnium Scipionis. Ex recensione Joannis Georgii 
Graevii (et integris Aldi Manutii commentariis). Amstelo^ 
dami, P. et y, Blaev, 1688, 2 vols, in i, 8vo. 

De Officiis. Cum notis variorum et Aldi Manutii 

commentariis. Lugduni Batavorum^ 17 10, 2 vols. 8vo. 

De Officiis ad Marcum filium libri tres, ex editione 

OHveti (Edente H. Homer). Londini, 1791, i2mo, r. mor. 

De Officiis, de amicitia, et de senectute libri 

accuratissime emendatL Parisiis, Renouard, 1796, 2 vols, 
small fol. gr. mor. g. e. UPON VELLUM. 

Marci Tulij Ciceronis Paradoxa incipit. Small 

4to. gr. mor. g. e. 

No place, nor date. Types of Ulric ZclL 

Laelius, seu de amicitia dialogus ad Atticum. 

Paradoxa ad M. Brutum. Parisiis, 1796, i8mo. 



CICERO, 383 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De Amicitia. Impres- 
sus DavitruB^ 1489, 8vo. or. mor. g. e. 

Incipit Tullius de Senectute, 8vo. r. mor. 

Types of Ulric ZclL 

M. Tullii Ciceronis ad Titu ActicQ Catho maior. 

Alias de senectute incipit 8vo. bl. mor. 

Types of Ulric ZclL 

Cato maior vel de senectute ad T. Pomponium 

Atticum. De amicitia. De somno Scipionis libellus e 
vi. de rep. libro exccrptus. Paradoxa. 8vo. 

Types of Ulric ZclL 

Cato major, seu de senectute dialogus ad T. 

Pomponium Atticum, partim commentariis Xystii Betuleii 
partim Erasmi Roterodami, et Petri Baldwin! adnotatio- 
nibus illustratus. Parisiis^ aptid Thomam Richardum, 
1550, small 4to. o. c. 

Audomari Talaei Academia, Ejusdem in acade- 

micum Ciceronis fragmentum explicatio, etc. Ad Carolum 
Lotharingium Cardinalem Guisianum. Audomari Talaei in 
Lucullum Ciceronis commentarii. Parisiisy 1550. 

M. Tul. Ciceronis paradoxa ad M. Brutum, cum 
Francisci Sylvii et Bartholomeii Latomi commentariis. 
ParisiiSy apud Vascovanum^ 1 548. 

Cato major, seu de senectute dialogus, cum annota- 
tionibus Erasmi, Betuleii et Baldwini. Parisiis, 1560. 

Scipionis somnium Petri Rami praelectionibus explica- 
tum. Partsiis, 1 5 50. Four parts in i voL small 4to. 

Cato major, seu de senectute, dialogus ad Atti- 
cum. Somnium Scipionis. Parisiis, 1796, i8mo. 

Academica, recensuit, variorum notis suas immis- 

cuit, et Hadriani Tumebi Petrique Fabri commentarios 
adjunxit Joannes Davisius. Editio secunda. Cantabrigian 
1736, 8vo. V. 



384 CICERO. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De Finibus bonorii et 

maloru Liber primus incipit feliciter. Small 4to. mor. 

No place, nor date. Types of Ulric ZelL First editioHy about 
14671- 

De Finibus bonorum et malorum lib. V. VeneHis^ 

147 1, Christoplioro Mauro Duce^ Joanne ex Colonia Agrippi- 
nefiH sumptu ntinistrante impressum, fol. o. citr. nior. ilium, 
title-page, with arms of former owner. 

De Finibus bonorum et malorum lib. V. ex recen- 

sione Joannis Davisii, cum ejusdem animadversionibus et 
notis integris variorum. Editio secunda. Cantabrigue^ 
1741, 8vo. V. 

Tusculanae Questiones. Venetiis^ per Nicolaum 

Jenson Gallicum, 1472, 4to. o. r. mor. g. b. 

Tusculanae questiones. Venetiis, Joannes de For- 

tiniOf 1482, fol. citr. c. 

Questionum tusculanarum libri quinque. Floren^ 

tia^ PhiL Giunta, 1514, 8vo. 

Tusculanae questiones per D. Erasmum Rotero- 

damum diligenter emendatae, et scholiis illustratae. Parisiis^ 
ex officina Roberti Stcpfiani, IS37> small 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Tusculanarum questionum ad M. Brutum lib. V. 

cum scholiis Pauli Manutij. Venctiisy apud Aldi filios^ 
1 546, 8vo. L. P. 

De Philosophia prima pars, id est Academicarum 

quaestionum editionis primae liber 11. De Finibus bono- 
rum et malorum. Scholia Pauli ManutiL Vetietiis^ apud 
Aldifilios, 1546, 8vo. L. P. 

Tusculanarum disputationum libri V. cum com- 

mentario Joannis Davisii. Accedunt R. Bentleii emenda- 
tiones, cum indice rerum et verborum. Editio quarta. 
Cantabrigi<By 1738, 8vo. o. v. 

Another copy, 8vo. o. c. 



CICERO. 385 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Tusculanarum disputa- 
tionum libri quinque. Recognovit et explanavit Raphael 
Kiihner. Editio tertia auctior et emendation yence^\Z^6fiyo. 

De natura Deorum, de divinatione, de fato, 

de legibus, academicarum quaestionum liber secundus. 

Modestius de disciplina militari, et M. T. Ciceronis vita ex 

dictis Plutarchi breviter excerpta. Venetiis^per Vindelinutn 

de Spira, I47i» 4to. r. mor. g. e. 

The date is on the 4th fol. The colophon at the end gives the 
printer's name. 

Libri de divinatione et de fato. Recensuit ct 

suis animadversionibus illustravit ac emendavit Joannes 
Davisius. Accedunt integrx notse Paulli Manucii, Petri 
Victorii . . Una cum Hadriani Tumebi commentario in 
librum de fato. Cantabrigue^ 1721, 8vo. 

Libri de divinatione et de fato. Recensuit et 

suis animadversionibus illustravit ac emendavit Joannes 
Davisius. Editio secunda. CantabriguB, 1730, 8vo. 

De Fato liber, Petri Rami praelectionibus ex- 

plicatus ad Carolum Lotharingum Cardinalem. Editio 
secunda. Lutetia, apud Vascosanum, 1554. 

Ad. Tumebi disputatio ad librum Ciceronis de fato, 
adversus quendam, qui non solum logicus esse, verum etiam 
dialecticus haberi vult. LutetUE^ apud MicfueUm Vasco- 
sanum, 1655. 

Leodegarii a Quercu responsio ad Audomari Talaei 
admonitionem. Lutetus^ ex officina Michalis Vascosani^ 
1556. Three parts in i voL small 4to. 

Liber de fato, in eundem commentarius, Adriano 

Turnebo auctore. Parisiis, apud Adrianum Tumebum, 
1552, 4to. 

De Legibus lib. III. in eosdem commentary, 

Adriano Turnebo auctore. Parisiis, ex officina Guilielmi 
Morelij\ 1557, small 4to. o. r. mor. 

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386 CICERO. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De L^^ibus libri tres. 
Recensuit, ac Petri Victorii, P. Manucii et aliorum notis 
suas adjcdt Joannes Davisius. Accedit Hadriani Tumebi 
commcntarius. CantabriguB, 1737, 8vo. o. v. 

De Legibus libri III. Recensuit, ac variorum 



notis suas adjecit Joannes Davisius. Editio secunda. 
CantabrigiiBf 1745, 8vo. o. a 

De Re Publica quae supersunt, edente Angelo 

Maio, Vaticanx Bibliothecs Praefecto. RonuB^ 1822, 4to. 
mar. c 

Another copy, 4to. r. mor. Dev. arms. L, P. 

Rhetoricorum veterum libri IV. et de Invcntione 

libri II. {Venetiis, Nicolaus yenson\ 1470, small 4to. pig- 
skin, g. e. in a case. Ilium, capital letters. On Vellum. 

Rhetoricorum novorum ad Herennium libri. 4to. 

(No place nor date.) 

Ad Herennium Rhetoricorum novorum libri IV. 

Rhetorics veteris libri II. 

" Emendata manu sunt exemplaria docta 
Omniboni : quein dat utraque lingua patrem." 

1476, 4to. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Rhetoricorum, cum commentario Marii Fabii 

Victorini. Vefutiis, per Baptistam de Tortis^ 148 1, fol. o. 
citr. mor. 



Rhetoricorum ad Herennium et ars rhetorica 

(cum commentariis Hieronymi Capiduri Parentini, et M. 
Fabii Victorini). Vetutiis, Gulielmus Tridincnsis^ cogno- 
men to anima tnia, 1 490, fol. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Rhetoricorum libri IV. ad Herennium, de inven- 



tione libri II. Argentorati^ ex adibus Schurerij\ 15 18, 
small 4to. o. r. mor. 

Rhetorica ad Herennium, de inventione, topica 



CICERO, 387 

ad Trebatium, oratoriae partitiones, cum correctionibus Paul! 
Manutii. Venetiis^ Aldus ^ 1564, i2mo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Ad M. Brutum Orator. 
Jac. Lodoici Strebaei et Victorii Pisani commentariis Ph. 
Melanchthonis scholiis Joa. Rivii Atthendoriensis et P. 
Victorii castigationibus illustratus. Parisiis^ aptid yoannefn 
Ludoicum Tiletanutn, I543> small 4to. o. r. mor. 

Topica ad C. Trebatium, cum A. Manlij Severini 

Boetij et Joa. Visorij Ccenomani commentariis, quibus jam 
recens accesserunt Bartholomei Latomi explicationes in 
eadcm. Parisiis, via Jacobcea sub signo floris lilij\ 1 542, 
small 4to. o. r. mor. 

In hoc volumine haec continentur : — Rhetoricorum 

ad C. Herennium lib. IIII., de inventione lib. 11., de oratore 
lib. III., de Claris oratoribus qui dicitur Brutus liber I., orator 
ad Brutum lib. I., topica ad Trebatium lib. I., de optimo 
genere oratorum, praefatio quaedam. Verutiis, in cedibus 
Aldi et Andrea Soceri, 15 14, 8vo. 

De Oratore ad Q. fratrem lib. III. De Claris ora- 
toribus, qui inscribitur Brutus lib. I. Orator ad Brutum 
lib. I. Oratoriae partitiones lib. I. De optimo genere ora- 
torum, praefatio quaedam. FlarentuB^ per Haredes Philippi 
Juntce^ 1526, 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Omnes qui ad artem oratoriam pertinent libri. 

Interpretatione ac notis illustravit Jacobus Proust in usum 
Delphini. Parisiis^ 1687, 2 vols. 4to. oL mor. g. e. 

De Oratore libri III. (Sweynheym et Pannartz^ 

in ntonasterio Sublacensi, 1465 ?) royal 4to. r. mor. g. e. 
First edition, 

M. T. Ciceronis ad Quintum fratrem in libros 

de oratore praefatio incipit foeliciter. Small fol. r. mor. g. e. 

No place, nor date. Illuminated title-page with arms of original 
owner. MS. marginal references, and at the end, — " Deo Gratias, 
Brugis^ Idibus Septibr, 1479." 



388 CICERO. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De Oratore. Rome, per 

me Ulricum Han de IViena, amto Domini 1478, die quinta 

mensis Decembris^ 4to. ol. mor. g. e 

Three illuminated capital letters, the first with a very pretty mima- 
ture of Cicera A very fine copy, but wanting a £ including end of 
first and b^inning of second book. 

Ad Q. Fratrem de Oratore libri III. Brutus sive 



de Claris oratoribus, ad M. Brutum orator. Anno xpi 1469, 
die vera XII mensis yanuarii, Rome in domo magnifici viri 
Petri de Maximo^ royal 4to. r. mor. g. e. 

De Oratore libri III. 



Cristophori impressus hie liber arte fuit 
Cui stirps Valdarfer : patria estque ratispona telltis* 
Hunc emat : orator qui velit esse : librum. 
( Venetiis^ Valdarfer, 1470), fol. russia, g. e. 

The first book printed by Valdarfer. 

In hoc volumine infrascripta M. Tullii Ciceronis 

opera continentur una cu c5metariis suis, videlicet, orator, 
de fato. topica et de universitate. Cum suo cometario 
a Greorgio Valla c5posito. Per Bonetu Locatelli VeneHis 
ipressus est, 1492, fol. ol. mor. g. e. 

De Partitione oratoria dialog^s, Jacobi Lodoici 



Strebsei commentariis illustratus. Parisiis, apud Micheelem. 
Vascosanum, 1539, 4to. 

De Oratore ad fratrem, dialog! tres, scholiis Phi- 

Hppi Melanchthonis illustrati. Parisiis, apud Thomam, 
Richardum, 1550, 4to. 

De Oratore libri III. Deoptimo genere oratorum; 



de Claris oratoribus. Scholia P. Manutii. Venetiis^ Aldus, 
1564, i2mo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Ad Q. fratrem dialog! tres de oratore. Ex mss. 



emendavit, notisque lUustravit Zacharias Pearce. Canta-- 
brigice, 17 16, 8vo. o. cambr. 



CICERO. 389 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. De Oratore ad Q. fra- 
trem dialog! tres. Ex mss. emendavit, notisque illustravit, 
Zacharias Pearce. Cantabrigia^ 1732, 8vo. 

Another copy. L. P. 

Brutus, seu de Claris oratoribus liber. Parisiis, 

apud Simonem Colinautn^ 1535, i2mo. 

Title enclosed within woodcut border. 

Orationes. Venetiis, Christophorus Valdarfer^ 

147 1, fol. r. mor. g. e. 

Another copy, o. r. mor. g. e. 

With some erasures and marginal notes. A fine copy, but a little 
damaged. 

Orationes. RonKB^Conradus Sweynheym et Amoldus 

Pannartz, 1471, fol. russia, g. e. 

It is doubtful whether this or Valdarfer's is the First Edition, 

Orationes (no place nor date, but Ant. Zarotus^ 

1478-1480), fol. russia, g. e. and Dev. arms. 

Orationes. 

Hoc ingens Ciceronis opus : causasque forenses 
Quas inter patres dixit et in populo 
Tu quicunque l^es. Ambergau natus alienis 
Impressit formis. Ecce magister Adam. 
{Adam Ambergau), 1472, small fol. r. mor. g. e. 

Orationes. Cum correctionibus P. ManutiL Vene- 

tits, apud P. Manutium Aldi filium, 1554, 3 vols. 8vo. o. c. 

The second voL is dated 1551, a date not mentioned by RenouanL 

Orationes. Venetiis, Aldus, 1565, 3 vols. i2mo. 

o. r. mor. g. e. 

Orationes. Interpretatione et notis illustravit 

P. Carolus de Merouville. Ad usum serenissimi DelphinL 
Parisiis, 1684, 3 vols. 4to. ol. mor. g. e. 

Orationes. Ex recensione Joannis Georgii Graevii, 

cum notis variorum. Amstelodami, ex typographia P. et J. 
Blaeu, 1699, 6 vols. 8vo, 



390 CICER O. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Orationes. With a Com- 
mentary by George Long. London^ 1851-1858, 4 vols. 8va 
Long's " Bibliotheca Classica." 

Orationes Philippics. Roma, Udalricus GaUus 

(about 1470), small foL russia, g. e. First edttion, 

In M. Antonium orationes quae Demosthenis in 

R^em Philippum Macedonem exemplo Philippice nun- 

cupantur. Cura et soUicitudim Jokannis de Colonia Agri- 

pinensi necfio Johannis Manthe de Gherretshem Venetiis 

impressey 1474, royal 4to. russia, g. e. 

lUaminated capital letters on title-page, and arms of original 
owner. 

In M. Antonium Philippics orationes XIIII. 

Commentariis Francisci Maturantii et variorum. ParisUsy 
ex officina Michalis Vascosani^ I544» small 4ta 

Oratio pro A. Licinio Archia poeta. Cum com- 
mentariis Philippi Beroaldi. Lavdio, Theodoricus MarHnus^ 
1 5 17, small 4to. 

Orationes pro Sylla, Murena, Rosdo Comoedo, 

Sexto Roscio Amerino, cum Francisci Sylvii Ambiani 
commentariis. Parisiis, sub firelo Jodoci Badii Ascensii, 
1531-1534. small 4to. 

Orationes pro L. Comelio Balbo, P. Quintio, A 

Cluentio, L. Flacco, cum Fr. Sylvii commentariis. Parisiis, 
sub prelo Ascamano, 1535, small 4to. 

Orationes pro Lege Manilia, C. Rabirio Posthumo, 

in L. Pisonem, de Aruspicum responsis, pro M. Caelio, 
cura Sylvii et aliorum. Parisiis, apud Micfuelem Vascosa- 
num, 1537-1538, small 4to. 

Actionu in Verrem libri septem, additis argumen- 

tis Asconii et partitionibus Bart Latomi in singulas actiones. 
Parisiis f apud F. Gryphium, 1538. — Orationes Philippics 
cum argumentis singulis Georgii Trapezuntii, et Philippi Be- 
roaldi edits. ParisiiSy ex officina Fr, Gryphii^ 1538. Two 
parts in i vol. small 4to. o. r. mor. 



CICERO, 391 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Actionum in Verrem 
libri quatuor priores, Q. Asconii Paediani et Fr. Sylvii et 
aliorum commentariis, paradoxa, ad Brutum, de senec- 
tute, Cura Syterii. Parisiis, apud MicfueUm Vascosanum, 
1539. — Paradoxa, cum Fr. Sylvii Ambiani commentariis. 
Parisiis, aptid Mic/icelem Vascosanum, 1536. — Cato major, 
seu de senectute, a Petro Baldicino recognitus. Parisiis, 
apud Joannem Roigfty, 1 539, 3 parts bound in i vol. small 4to. 

Orationes pro M. Marcello, Q. Ligario, Deiotaro 

Rege, lucubrationibus Syterii et aliorum. Parisiis^ Vas- 
cosantis, 1539. — Orationes tres. Antequam iret in exilium, 
post reditum in Senatu, item post reditum altera, ad Quiri- 
tes. Parisiis^ Vascosanus, 1540. Pro Sexto Roscio Ame- 
rino oratio. Parisiis, Vascosanus, 1 544. Three parts in i 
vol. small 4to. 

Pro rege Deiotaro oratio. F. Sylvii commentariis 

et B. Latomi artificio rhetorico enarrata. Parisiis, apud 
Joa, Lodoicum Tiletanum^ IS39» small 4to. 

In L. Pisonem oratio, Q. Asconii Pediani et J. 

Omphalij commentariis illustrata. Parisiis^ ex officina 
Mic/uelis Vascosani^ 1 543, small 4to. 

Oratio pro P. Sestio (cum Jacobi Bugalii scholiis). 

Parisiis y apud Tho. Richardum, ^SS^9 small 4to. 

De provinciis Consularibus oratio XXXVI. 

Burdigala, apud S. MiUangium, 1 597, small 4to. 

Pro L Murena oratio XXIII (cum not is ms. J. 

Jacobi Barillon). Parisiis, 161 2, 4to. 

Trium orationum in Clodium et Curionem, de 

aere alieno Milonis, de Rege Alexandrino fragmenta ine- 
dita etc. ex antiquiss. ms. edebat Angelus Mains. Medio- 
lani, 1 8 14. 

Trium orationum pro Scauro, pro Tullio, pro Flacco 
partes ineditae. Invenit, recensuit, notis illustravit An- 
gelus Maius. Mcdiolaui, 18 14. 



392 CICER O. 

Sex orationum fragmenta inedita cum commentariis 
antiquis item ineditis. Invenit, recensuit, notis illustravit 
Angelus Maius. Mediolani^ 1814, denuo Londini^ 18 16. 
Bound together in one vol. 8vo. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Select orations of Cicero 
in latin, with translations of the more difficult passages, and 
vocabulary of Roman magistrates, laws, etc by Richard 
Garde. London^ 1826, i8mo. mor. 

(Epistolae ad familiares.) 1475. Opus praclarissi- 

mum M, T. Ciceronis Epistolarum FamUiarium impressutn 
feliciter finit ( Venice ?), small fol. russia, g. e. 

It contains 177 fE of 34 lines per f. 

Ad M. Brutum et ceteros epistolae. Impressutn 

Rome opus in domo Petri et Frdcisci de Maxtsjuxta campu 

Flore psidentibus magistros Cdrado Suueynheym et Amoldo 

Panartz anno Dominici ftatalis 1470, foL bl. mor. g. e. 

Very fine but first f. slightly mended. Illuminated title-page and 
arms of original owner. 

M. TuUii Ciceronis Epistolarum familiarium liber 

primus incipit ad Lentulum proconsulem. (Venetiis), 1471, 
a Nicolo Jenson Gallico viventibus necnon et posteris im- 
pressum feliciter finit, fol. bl. mor. g. e. 

M. Tullii Ciceronis Epistolarum familiarium 

liber primus incipit, 4to. russia. 

No place, nor date. 

M. Tullii Ciceronis Epistolarum familiarium 

liber primus incipit ad Lentulum Proconsulem. {Mediolani^ 
Antonius Zarotus), 1 471, small fol. o. r. mor. g. e. Coloured 
capital letter. 

M. Tullii Ciceronis Epistolarum familiarium liber 

primus incipit ad Lentulum Proconsulem. {Zarotus?) 
1 47 1, fol. bl. mor. g. e. Coloured capital letters. 

Epistolarum familiarium libri. Mediolani^ per Phi- 

lippum de Lavagna, 1472, fol. gr. mor. g. e. 



CICERO. 393 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Epistolarum familiarium 
libri. 1476, small foL o. c 

117 fr. of 45 lines each. 

Epistolarum familiarium liber primus incipit 

A Siximando a Libris Bononiensi intpressum, ^^77* ^o\. o. c. 

Epistolarum familiarium ad Lentulum Pro- 

consulem libri, cum cdmento. Venetiis, impensis Andree de 
Asula Bartholofneiq, Alexadrini sociorum Anno 1483, fol. 
o. citr. mor. Coloured capital letters. 

Epistolarum familiarium libri XVI. cum com- 

mentariis Jodoci Badij Ascensij et aliorum. Lugduni^per 
Jacobutn Zachony 1505, 4to. russia, g. e. Dev. arms. 

Epistolx familiares, cum cometariis clarissimorii 

viroru Hubertini Crescentinatis, Martini Philetici et 
aliorum. Parisiisy apud Joannem Parvum, 1534, fol. o. c 

Epistolae familiares, quartum a nobis editae. Pa- 

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Epistolae familiares, diligentius quam quae hactenus 

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Epistolae familiares P. Manutii annotationes bre- 

vissime in margine adscripts. Venetiis^ Aldus, 1563, i2mo. 
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Epistolarum libri XVI. ad familiares. Ex recen- 

sione Joannis Georgii Graevii, cum notis variorum. Am^ 
stelodamiy apud Danielem Elzeviriutn, \(>77, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Epistolae ad familiares libri XVI. Edidit et com- 

mentario anglico illustravit Joannes Ross. Cantabrigia, 
1749, 2 vols. Svo. 

Ad familiares Epistolae. Interpretatione et notis 

illustravit Philibertus Quartier, in usum Serenissimi Del- 
phini. Parisiis, 1685, 4to. ol. mor. g. e. 

Epistolae ad M. Brut urn, ad Q. Fratrem, ad Oc- 



394 CICERO. 

tavium et ad Atticum, ex recognitione Jo. Andreae. Itn- 

pressu Ronie opus in dotno Petri et Frdcisci de Maxifnis, pre-- 

sidentibus Conradus Sweynheym et Amoldus Pannarts^ 

1470, foL bL mor. g. e. Dev. arms. 

The Duke of Roburghe's copy sold in 181 2 for jf 189. At Sykes' 
the same copy sold for £<)i, 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Epistolae ad Atticum, 
Brutum, et Quintum fratrem, cum ipsius Attici vita. Vene- 
tits, Nicolaus Jenson, 1470, foL bl. mor. g. e. 

Epistolae ad Atticum, etc. Venetiis, Aldus, 15 13, 

8vo. o. c. 

Epistolae ad Atticum, ad Brutum, ad Quintum 

fratrem. P. Manutii in easdem epistolas scholia. Paulus 
Manutius Aldi F., Venetiis, 1540, 8vo. L. P, 

Fine old Italian binding. 

Epistolae ad Atticum. Venetiis, apud Aldi Filios, 

1 544, small 8vo. 

Epistolae ad Titum Pomponium Atticum, Sebas- 
tian! Conradi brevissimis interpretationibus illustratae. 
Venetiis, apud Hieronimum Scotum, 1 544, small fol. o. c 

Epistola ad Q. fratrem Asiae Propraetorem, et in 

earn Francisci Hotomani commentarius. Lugduni, apud 
Ludovicum et Caroliim Penot, 1564, small 4to. 

Epistolae ad Atticum, ad M. Brutum ad Q. 

fratrem, cum correctionibus P. Manutii. Vetietiis, Aldus, 
1567, i2mo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Epistolarum libri XVI. ad T. Pomponium At- 
ticum, ex recensione Joannis Georgii Graevii, cum ejus- 
dem animadversionibus, et notis variorum. Amstelcedami, 
sumptibus Blaviorum, 1684, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Tragicorum poetarum graecorum versus a Cicerone, 

Attiove latinitate donati. Lutetice, apud Fcdericum Morel* 
lum, 1594, small 4to. 



CICERO. 395 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. Fragmentorum tomi 
nil. cum Andreae Patricii Striceconis adnotationibus. 
Venetiis, ex officina Jordani Stella TiUti^ 1565, small 4to. 
o. r. mor. 

Fragmenta ab Andrea Patricio coUecta et in 

quatuor tomos digesta. Lugduni, apud AnUmium Gryphium^ 
1585, 32mo. o. ol. mor. 

Fragmenta inedita, cum criticis notis edebat 

Angelus Maius, Bibliothecae Ambrosianae a ling^uis orien- 
talibus. Mediolaniy 18 14, 4to. 

Acerrime invective trium vehementissimorum ora- 

torum, M. T. Ciceronis, L. S. Catilinae, et C. C. Salustii, 
quas alius in alium magno cum odio injecit Impressum 
Parrhysiis, cura et sumptibtis Dionysii Roscij\ 15 16, 4to. 

Orpheus, sive de adolescente studioso, ad Mar- 

cum filium, Athens. Venetiis, Ciottus, 1594, I2ma 
(Apocryphal.) 

In Arati phoenomena interpretatio. s. Aratus. 

Graeca Theodori Gazae traductio in Ciceronis de 

senectute dialogum : ejusdem versio in somnium Scipionis. 
Parisiis, apud Simanem Colinaeufn, 1528, i2mo. 

Paradoxa IV. ex graeca Adrian! Tumebi inter- 

pretatione. Lutetice, apud Fed. Morellum, 1595, 4to. 

De Oratore, or his three dialogues upon the cha- 
racter and qualifications of an orator. Translated into 
english with notes, by W. Guthrie. Second edition. Lon- 
don, 1755, 8vo. 

The Orations, translated into English, with notes 

historical and critical, and arguments to each by the 
translator (William Guthrie). London, 1741, 2 vols. 8vo. 

Cato and Laelius : or, essays on old age and 

friendship : with remarks, by William Melmoth. A new 
edition. Londofi, 1785, 2 vols. 8vo. 



396 CICERO. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. The Epistles of M. T. 
Cicero to M. Brutus, and of Brutus to Cicero, with the latin 
text and english notes. By Conyers Middleton. LondoH, 
1743, 8vo. 

The Letters of Marcus Tullius Cicero to several 

of his friends : with remarks, by William Melmoth. The 
fourth edition. London^ 17S9, 3 vols. 8vo. 

The Letters to Titus Pomponius Atticus, in six- 
teen books. Translated into english with notes by William 
Heberden. London, 1825, 2 vols. 8vo. 

De gli Uffici, della amicitia, della vecchiezza, le 

paradosse. Tradotte per un nobile Vinitiana Vinegia^ 
per Bernardino di VitaUy 1528, small 4to. Beautiful old 
Italian binding. 

Le Filippiche, contra Marco Antonio, fatte volgari 

per Girolamo Bagazzoni. Vinegia, afipresso Paolo Manutio^ 
1556, small 4to. o. citr« mor. 

Le Epistole famigliari tradotte secondo i veri 

sens! dell' autore et con fig^ure proprie della lingua volg^are. 
Vinegia, Aldus, 1545, 8vo. o. r. mor. g. e. 

Le Lettere familiari di Cicerone e d'altri autori 

commentate in lingua volgare toscana da Giovanni Fabrini, 
col testo latino. Seconda editione. Vettetia, 1 568, foL 

Le Epistole famigliari, tradotte di nuovo, e quasi 

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Aldus, 1569, i2mo. 

II Dialogo della partitione oratoria, tirato in tavole 

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Fiorentino. Venegia, Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1566, 4to. 

Mode di studiare le pistole famigliari trovato da 

Oratio Toscanella. Vinegia, Gabriel Giolito d£ Ferrari^ 
1566, 4to. 

Sammtliche Briefe iibersetzt und erlautert von 



CICER a 397 

C. M. Wieland, voUendet von F. D. Grater. Leipzig^ 
1 840- 1 841, 12 parts in 6 vols. i2mo. 

CICERO, Marcus Tullius. GEuvres completes, tra- 
duites en fran;ais, avec le texte en regard. Edition publi^e 
par Joseph- Victor Le Clerc. Paris, 1825, 30 vols. 8vo. 

Les Epistres familiaires, nouvellement traduictes 

de latin en fran^oys par Estienne Dolet. Paris, chez Gilles 
Corrozet, 154S, 32mo. gr. mor. 

Phillip Grevell's autograph on title-page. 

Les Epistres familiaires, nouvellement traduictes 

par Estienne Dolet Paris, Guillautne le Bret, 1547, 32mo. 

Lettres i Atticus, avec des remarques et le texte 

latin de Tuition de Graevius par M. TAbb^ Mongault. 
Liige, 1773, 4 vols. i2mo. 

Les questions Tusculanes. Nouvellement tra- 
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Sulpice Sabon, small 8vo. rich old mor. binding. 

Omniboni Leoniceni rhctoris clarissimi in Marci 

TuUii Oratorem ad Q. Fratrem commentarii. Vicentue^ 
1476, fol. o. r. mor. g. e. 

In omnes de Arte rhetorica Ciceronis libros 

commentaria. Venetiis, apud Aldi filios, 1551, 2 vols, 
bound in i, fol. 

Marci Tullii Ciceronis sententiae illustriores, 

apophthegmata item, et parabolae sive similia: aliquot 
praeterea ejusdem piae sententiae. Authore Petro Lagrurio 
Lutetice, ex officina Roberti Stephani, 1548, small 8vo. 

Xysti Betuleii annotationes in Laelium Ciceronis, 

seu de amicitia. Parisiis, ex officina Michcelis Vascosani, 
1 545, small 4to. 

Ciceronianum Lexicon, s. ESTIENNE (H.) 

Thesaurus Ciceronianum. s. NizoLlUS (M.) 



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CICOGNINI, GiACiNTO Andrea. La forza deir 
Amicitia, opera scenica. Venetia, 1661. 

L'Amore tra nemid, opera comica. Macerata^ 1662, 
2 vols, in I, 24mo. c g. e. 

CIE(^A, Pedro De. The seventeen years travek through 
the kingdom of Peru, and the large provinces of Cartagena 
and Popayan in South America. Translated from the 
Spanish. London^ 1709, 4to. 

CiENTo Novelle Antiche. s. Novelle. 

CIERMANS, P. Joannes. Disciplinae mathematicas 
traditae anno institutse Societatis Jesu seculari. Lovanii^ 
Everardus de Witte^ 1640, foL 

36 fine plates by Jac NeefTs. 

CIMARELLI, ViNCENZO. Istorie dello stato d'Urbino 
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CiMBRIACUS. S. EmILIANO (G.) 

CINELLI, Giovanni. Le Bellezze della citti di 

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dalla Maesti Cattolica destinata all* impresa di Tripoli di 
Barberia, della presa delle Gerbe, c progress! d* Armata 
Turchesca. Vinegia, Giavan BariUtto, 1560, i2mo. 

With Stephanus Baluzius* autograph. 

CIRUELO, Pedro De. Uberrimum Sphere mundi 
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Th^orie de la Lune, d^duite du seul principe de 

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CLAPHAM, Henock. A briefe of the Bible, drawn 
first into english poetry, and then illustrated by apt anno- 
tations, whereto is now added a synopsis of the Bible's 
doctrine. Third edition, in sundry things amended and 
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CLAPHAM, John. The Historie of Great Britannie, 
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from the Romans first entrance untill the reigne of Egbert, 
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With Killigrew's autog^ph on title-page. 

CLAPIER, Luc, Marquis de Vauvenargues. CEuvres 
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400 CLAPIER— CLARKE. 

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CLAPPERTON, Hugh. Journal of a second expedi- 
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Soccatoo, to which is added the Journal of Richard Lander 
from Kans to the sea coast, partly by a more eastern route. 
London, 1829, 4 to. 

Claramontius, Scipio. s. Chiaramonti (S.) 

Clarendon, Edward Hyde, Earl of. s. Hyde (E.) 

CLARET, Charles Pierre, Comte de Fleurieu. 
Voyage fait par ordre du Roi en 1768 et 1769 ^ differentes 
parties du monde pour prouver en mer les horloges marines 
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Decouvertes des Francois en 1768 et 1769 dans le 

sud-est de la Nouvelle Guinee. Paris, 1790, 4to. 

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CLARK, Edwin. The Britannia and Conway tubular 
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CLARK, William George. Peloponnesus : Notes of 
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CLARKE, Edward Daniel. The Tomb of Alex- 
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Travels in various countries of Europe, Asia, and 

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CLARKE— CLA SSICL 401 

CLARKE, Edward Daniei. The life and remains 
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CLARKE, Mrs. Cowden. The complete Concordance 
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CLARKE, James Stanier. The life of James IL, 
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his majesty's will, published from the original Stuart mss. 
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and McARTHUR, John. The Life of 

Admiral Lord Nelson, from his Lordship's manuscripts. 
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CLARKE, Stephen Reynolds. The new Yorkshire 
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CLARKE, William. The connexion of the roman, 
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CLASSICI ITALIANI. Collezione de' Classici 
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Vols. 

1-3. Alighieri, Dante. 

4-8. Petrarca. 

6-9. Boccaccio. 
10-17. Villani. 
18-19. Passavanti. 
2a Pandolfini. 

21. Bartolommeo da S. Concordio. 
22-24. Crescenzi. 
25-26. Giovanni Fiorentino. 
27-29. Sacchetti. 
30-32. Pulci. 
33. Vinci. 



Vols. 

34. Alberti, Leon Battista. 

35. Poliziano. 

36-39. Tasso, Torquato. 

40-44. Ariosto. 

45-48. Bemi (Boiardo). 

49. Bemi. 

50-52. Ovidio, dair Anguillara. 

53. Alamanni e Rucellai. 

54. Valvasone. 
55-66. Bembo. 
67-68. Castiglione. 
69. Molza. 



D D 



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CLASSICI—CLA UDIANUS. 



CLASSICI ITALIANI. 

Vols. 
70-73. Delia Casa. 
74-81. Caro. 
82-86. Firenzuola. 

87. Sannazaro. 

88. Guarini. 
89-95. Varchi. 
96-98. Segni. 
99-108. Guicciardini. 
1 09- 1 18. MachiavdlL 
119-121. Costanzo. 
122-124. Maflfei, G. B. 
125. Davanzati. 

1 26- 1 41. Vasari. 
142-144. Cellini. 
145-147. Borghini, R. 
148-15 1. Borghini, V. 
152. Vettori. 
153-155. Gelli. 
156-160. Salviati. 

161. Cavalcanti. 

162. Erizzo. 

163. Tassoni. 

164. Bracciolini. 



Vols. 
165. Lippi (Zipoli). 
166-168. Chiabrera. 
169-177. Redt 
178-183. Davila. 
184-188. Bentivoglia 
189-202. Baldinucci. 
203. Dati. 
204-216. Galilei. 
217-218. Magalotti. 
219-220. Buommattei. 
221-224. Mambelli. 

225. Menzini. 

226. Lucrezio del Marchetti. 
227-229.Fort^;ueiTi(Carteromaco). 
230. Raccolta di Lirici Italiani. 
232-234. Raccolta di Prose Italiane. 
235. Poesie pastorali e rusticali. 
236-238. Raccolta di novelle. 

239. Raccolta di Poemi didascalicL 
240-249. Teatro Italiano antico. 
250. Bibliografia delle opere con- 

tenute nella Collezione de' clas- 

sici Italiani. 



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CLEAVELAND, or Cleveland, Parker. An ele- 
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CLEMENS Alexandrinus, Titus Flavius, Sanctus. 
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CLOTILDE De Vallon-Chalys, Marguerite 

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4o8 COCKB UR N— CODINUS. 

COCKBURN, Mrs. Catherine. The Works, theolo- 
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COCKBURN, LlEUT.-COLONEL. Swiss scenery from 
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CODINUS, Georgius Curopalata. s. BvzANTlNiE His- 

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CoDRUs Urceus, Antonius. s. Urceo (A.) 

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CcELius Apicius. s. Apicius. 

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COGNET, Sir Martyn. Politique Discourses upon 
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4IO COLE— COLERIDGE. 

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Lives of Northern Worthies. Edited by his 

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COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. Notes on english 
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Notes, theological, political, and miscellaneous. 

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Poetical Works. Loftdon^ William Pickerings 

183s, 3 vols. i2mo. 

Literary Remains ; collected and edited by Henry 

Nelson Coleridge. London, William Pickering, 1836-1839^ 
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On the constitution of the Church and State ac- 
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Confessions of an inquiring spirit. Edited from 

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Biographia Literaria, or, biographical sketches of 

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Aids to reflection. Edited by Henry Nelson 

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Notes and lectures upon Shakespeare and some of 

the old poets and dramatists, with other literary remains. 
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1849, 2 vols. cr. 8vo. 

The Friend : a series of Essays to aid in the 

formation of fixed principles in politics, morals, and reli- 
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with the author's last corrections and an appendix, and 
with a synoptical table of the contents of the work, by 
Henry Nelson Coleridge. London, William Pickerings 

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Essays on his own times, forming a second series 

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COLET, Claude. L'Histoire Palladienne traitant 
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COLIGNY. La vie de Gaspard de Coligny, seigneur 
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COLLATIO, or Collating, Pietro Apollonio. 

Excidii Jerosolymitani libri IV. Parisiis, 1540, i2mo. 

COLLATIONES REGIS SaLOMONIS. S. SALOMON. 

Collection (A), of Inventories and other records of 
the Royal Wardrobe, etc. s. SCOTLAND. 



412 COLLECTIONS— COLLINS. 

COLLECTIONS. Collection Acad^mique contenant 
les essais d'experiences physiques de rAcademie del 
Cimento de Florence. Dijon^ I755» 4to. 

Collection Acad^mique compost des m^moires, 

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The History of John of Gaunt, king of Castile and 
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Lisle, and his brother Colonel Algernon Sydney, etc. 
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COLLINS, David. An Account of the english colony 
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customs, manners, of the native inhabitants of that country. 
To which are added some particulars of New Zealand. 
Illustrated by engravings. London^ 1798, 2 vols. 4to. 

COLLINS, Greenville. Great Britain's coasting 
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COLLINS, John. The Sector on a quadrant 

The description and uses of a general quadrant, with 

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An appendix touching reflective dialling, by John Lyon. 

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Commercium Epistolicum J. Collins, et aliorum de 

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1856, 4to. 

COLLINS, William. Poetical works, enriched with 

elegant engravings. To which is prefixed a life of the 

author by Dr. Johnson. London^ 1798, i2mo. 

The plates are by Fogg, Gardiner, and Piatt from drawings by 
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Poetical works. Lond. 1825, 32mo. 

COLLINSON, John. The History and antiquities of 
the County of Somerset, collected from authentick records. 



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COLMAN, George, the Younger. Broad Grins. 
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COLONNA, Francesco, a Dominican. Hypneroto- 
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COLON N A — COM ED IE, 415 

ascribed to Giovanni Bellini. By writing down the first letters of each 
chapter the name of the author as well as of his love will be found out. 
Only three copies on vellum are known. 

COLONNA, Francesco, a Dominican. La Hypne- 

rotomachia di Poliphilo, cioi Pugna d'Amore in sogno. 

Dov* egli mostra, che tutte le cose humane non sono altro 

che Sogno ; et dove narra molt* altre cose degne di cogni- 

tione. In Vinegia^ neW anno 1 545, in casa d^ Figliuoli di 

Aldo, fol. o. r. mor. 

Rich binding. Killigfrew's autograph on title-page. Sec ms. 
notes on 4th fol. verso. 

Hypnerotomachie, ou discours du Songe do Poli- 

phile, deduisant comme Amour le combat a Toccasion dc 
Polia, etc. Paris, pour Jaques Kerver, 1546, fol. 

COLUMELLA, Lucius Junius Moderatus. Of 

Husbandf}^ in XII books ; and his book concerning trees. 
Translated into english, with several illustrations from 
Pliny, Cato, Varro, Palladio and other ancient and modern 
authors. London^ 1745, 4to. 

s. LiBRI DE Re Rustica. 

COLUMNA, iEGIDIUS. S. COLONNA (E.) 

COLUTHUS Lycopolitas. Helenae Raptus. Graeccet 
latine. Convcrsa et exposita a Michaele Neandro. Basilece, 
per Joannan Oporinum^ iS59i 4to. 

COMBER, Thomas. A Companion to the Temple ; 
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Oxford, 1 84 1, 7 vols. 8vo. 

COMEDIE. GiRALDO CiNTHiO, Gio, Battista. Or- 
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Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, ^^^^^ 

Speroni, Sperone, Tragedia, corretta secondo Tessem- 
plare approvato dall* auctore stesso. Vviegia, de' Ferrari, 
1562. 

Trissino, Giovan Georgia, La Sofonisba, tragedia, 
Vitiegia de' Ferrari, 1 562. 



4i6 COMEDIE. 

Groto, LuigL La Dalida, tragedia. Venetia, fratelU 
Zcpini, 1583. Four parts bound in i voL small i2mo. 

COMEDIE. Ariosto, Lodavico. II Negromante^ 
comedia, nuovamente ristampata. Vinegia, d^ Ferrari^ 1 562. 

DiviTiO, Bernardo^ da Bibiena. Calandra, comedia. 
Vinegia, d^ Ferrari^ 1 562. 

CONTRINI, yoowwi?. UHortensiOyComedia. Venetia^i^Gi. 

Cecaria; tragicomedia del Epicuro Napolitano. Venetia^ 
Rampazetto^ 1566. Four parts in i voL small I2ma 

Tani, Nicolb. La Cognata, comedia facetissima 

et nova. Padua, Paulo Meieto, 1583. 

II Ladro Cacco, favola pastorale del Desioso Acade- 
mico Insipido Senese. Venetia, Ciotti, 1583. Two parts in 
I vol. 1 2 mo. or. mor. 

Grazini, Antonfrancesco, detto il Lasca. La Str^ja, 

comedia. Vettetia, Bernardo Giunti, 1582. 

Dolce, Lodavico. II Ragazzo, comedia di nuovo ricor- 
retta e ristampata. Venetia, Bonfadino, 1 594. 

Pino, Berfiardino, da Cagli. I Falsi Sospetti, comedia. 
Vinegia, Sessa, 1 597. Three parts in i vol. small 1 2mo. c 

Groto, Luigif Cieco di Hadria. La Calisto, nova 

favola pastorale. VatetiOy Zopini, 1583. 

Parabosco, Girolamo. I Contenti, comedia. Venetia, 
Rubin, 1586. 

Pino, Bernardino, Lo Sbratta, comedia. Venetia, 
Rubin, 1586. Three parts in i vol. small i2mo. c. 

Firenzuola, Apiolo, La Trinutia. Vinegia, d^ 

Ferrari, 1562. 

Della Porta, Gio, Battista, Gli Duoi Fratelli rivali, 
comedia. Venetia, Ciotti, 1606. 

La Trappolaria, comedia. Ferrara, Vittorio Baldini^ 
161 5. Three parts in i vol. small i2mo. c. 

CiNl, Giambattista, La Vedova, commedia, rap- 

presentata in Fiorenza \ anno 1 569. Fiorensa, Giunta, 1 569, 



COMEDIE, 417 

COMEDIE. Martii, Giavambatista. Ottavia furiosa, 
commedia, nuovamente data in luce. Fiorenza^ Giunti^ 
1589. Two parts in i vol. small 8vo. or. mor. g. e. 



Razzi, Girolamo. La Gostanza, comedia, nuova- 
mente ristampata. Firenze^ Cosimo Giunii^ 1604. 

GUALTEROTTI, Raffaello. La Verginia, rappresentazione 
amorosa. Firenze^ SermarUlli^ 1584. 

Andreini, Gio. Battista. La Sultana, commedia 
Parigi, Nicolas della Vigna^ 1622. 

Buonarroti, Michelangelo^ il Giovine. La Tancia, 
commedia rusticale. Firenze, Landiniy 1638. Four parts in 
I voL small 8vo. or. mor. g. e. 

PICCOLOMINI, Alessandro. AUessandro, comedia, 



di nuovo con somma diligenza corretta. Venetia, 1596. 

Sbrozzi, Camilla. La Smarrita Amante, comedia. 
Perugia, 1596. 

Oddi, Sforza. L' Erofilomachia, overo il Duello d' amore 
et d'amicitia, comedia nuova. Fiorenza, Giunti, 1595. 
Three parts in i vol. small 8vo. o. c 

Bentivoglio, Hercole. I Fantasmi, comedia. 



Vinegia, de Ferrari, 1 544. 

Dolce, Lodovico. II Capitano, comedia. Con alcune 
stanze del medesimo nella favola d'Adone. Vinegia, de 
Ferrari, 1545. 

II Marito, comedia, di nuovo corretta et ristampata. 
Vinegia, de Ferrari, 1547. 

Aretino, Pietro. Comedia intitolata il Filosofo. Vine- 
gia de Ferrari, 1 546. 

Carretto, Galeotto. La Sophonisba, tragedia. Vinegia, 
de Ferrari, 1546. 

Parabosco, Girolamo. II Viluppo, comedia nova. 
Vinegia, de Ferrari, 1 547. 

Ruzante. Piovana, comedia, overo novella del Tasco. 
Vinegia, de Ferrari, 1 548. Seven parts in i vol. small 8vo. c. 

E E 



4i6 COMEDIE. 

COMEDIE. Salviati, Lianardo. Due comedie, il 
Granchio, e la Spina. Firaize^ Cosimo Giunti^ 1606, small 8va 

Pasqualigo, Luigi. II Fedele, comedia, di novo 

ristampata et ricorretta. Venetia^ Francesco Ziletti^ IS79- 

Ongaro, Antonio. Alceo, favola pescatoria. Venetia, 
Frattcesco ZiUtti^ 1582. 

Bentivoglio, Ercole. I Fantasmi, comedia. Vimgia^ 
de Ferrari^ 1547- 

Raineri, Anton Francesco, L'Altilia, comedia. Man^ 
tovay Venturino, RoffineUi^ ^SSO. Four parts in i voL sm. 
8vo. or. mor. g. e. 



Parabosco, Girolamo, La Progne, trag^edia nova. 

Vinegiay Comin da Trino^ 1S48. 

RucCELLAly Giovanni. Rosmunda, tragedia. Venetia^ 
CesanOf 1549. 

Spinello, Alcssandro, Cleopatra, tragedia. Vinegia, 
Pietro dc Nicolini da Saddio, 1550. 

De Cesari, Cesare. Romilda, tragedia. Venetia, Fr. 
Bindopti et M. Pasini, 1551. 

Gratarolo, Bongianni^ di Sal6. Altea, tragedia. Vine- 
gia^ Francesco Marcolini^ ^^l^- 

Galladei, Maffeo, Medea, tragedia. Venetia^ Giovan 
GriffiOy 1558. Six parts in i vol. small 8vo. or. mor. g. e, 

N. S. Gr Inganni, comedia recitata in Milano 



r anno 1 547 dinanzi alia maestd del Re Filippo. Nuova- 
mente posta in luce. Fiorcfiza, Giunti, 1562. 

Gl' Inganni, comedia nuovamente ristampata. Venetia^ 
Bernardo Giunti^ 1582. 

Pasqualigo, Aloise. Gl' Intricati, pastorale non piu 
posta in luce. Venetia, Francesco Ziletti, 1581. 

Descrizione degF Intermedii rappresentati con la com- 
media nelle nozze del . . . Principe di Firenze, e di Siena. 
Firenze, Filippo Giunti, 1 593. 

D* Oddi, Sforza, I Morti vivi, comedia, nuovamente 




CO MED IE, 419 

corretta e ristampata. Firenze, Giiinti, 1608. Five parts in 
I vol. small 8vo. c 

COMEDIE. Boccaccio, Giovanni, Ameto, comedia 
delle Nimphe Fiorentine. Con la dichiaratione de i luoghi 
difficili di Messer Francesco Sansovino. Viftegia^ Gabriel 
Giolito de Ferrari^ IS45. 

Bentivoglio, Hercole, I Fantasmi, comedia. Vinegia^ 
de Ferrari^ '547. 

Polifila, comedia piacevole e nuova, nuovamente e con 
ogni diligentia stampata. Fioretiza^ Giunti^ IS 36. 

BiBiENA, Bernardo da^ che fu poi Cardinale. Calandra, 
comedia nuovamente ristampata, et corretta. Fiorenza, 
Giunti, 1559. Four parts in i vol. small 8vo. c, 

DOMENICHI, Lodovico, Le Due Cortigiane, come- 
dia. Fiorepiza^ Giorgio Mariscottiy 1 563. 

Bazzi, Girolamo, La Cecca, comedia. Fiorenza, 
TorrentifWy 1563. 

Varchi, Benedetto, La Suocera, commedia. Fiorcftza, 
Serniartelliy 1569. Three parts in i vol. small 8vo. c. 

COMPARINI, Lorenzo, Due comedie, cio^, il Pel- 

legrino, et il Ladro, nuovamente uscite in luce. Vifiegia, 
de Ferrariy 1554. 

Cecchi, Giovan Maria, La Moglie, comedia. Vinegia, 
de Ferrari, 1556. 

La Dote, comedia. Vinegia, de Ferrari, 1556. 

PiCCOLOMlNl, Alessandro, Alessandro, comedia. Vine- 
gia, de Ferrari, 1562. Four parts in i vol. small i2mo. c. 

Castelletti, Cristoforo, I Torti Amorosi, come- 
dia novamente posta in luce. Venetia, Sessa, 1585. 

Oddi, Sforza. Prigione d'Amore, commedia nuova, 
recitata in Pisa da scolari T anno secondo del felice retto- 
rato del Signor Lelio Gavardo Asolano. Venetia, Bonfa- 
dino, 1596. 

BORGHINI, Raffaello, La Donna costante, comedia. 
Venetia, Sessa, 1606. Three parts in i vol. small i2mo. c. 



420 CO MED IE. 

COMEDIE. Comedia del Sacrificio de gli Intronad 
da Siena. Vinegia^ de Ferrari^ 1559. 

UAmore costante, comedia del S. Stordito Intronato, 
composta per la venuta dell' Imperatore in Siena Tanno 
1536. Vinegia^ de Ferrari, 1559. 

Dolce, Lodavico, II Capitano, comedia, di nuovo 
ricorretta e ristampata. Vinegia, de Ferrari, 1560. 

II Marito, comedia, di nuovo corretta e ristampata. Vine- 
gia, de Ferrari, 1560. Four parts in i voL small i2mo. c 

Dolce, Lodavico, Didone, tragedia, nuovamente 

riveduta e ricorretta. Vinegia, de Ferrari^ 1 56a 

La Hecuba, tragedia, di nuovo ricorretta e ristampata. 
Vincgia, de Ferrari, 1560. 

Ifigenia, tragedia di nuovo corretta e ristampata. Vine- 
gia, de Ferrari, 1 560. 

La Medea, tragedia, di nuovo ricorretta e ristampata. 
Vinegia, de Ferrari, 1 560. 

Cagli, Bernardino da. Gli ingiusti Sdegni, comedia, 
di nuovo ricorretta e ristampata. Vinegia, de Ferrari^ 156a 
Five parts in i vol. small i2mo. c 

Dolce, Lodavico. II Ragazzo, comedia. Venetia^ 

Ciirtio de Navo, 1541* 

GiRALDi CiNTHiO, Giovanbattista. Orbecche, tragedia, 
1547. Two parts in i vol. small i2mo. 

With a fine portrait of Giraldi. 

Loiola. Londini, 1648. (By John Hacket, Bishop 

of Litchfield). — Stoicus vapulans. Olim Cantabrigiae acta 
in collegio S. Johannis Evangelistae. Londini, 1648. 

Cancer, comoedia. Londini, 1648. — Paria. Acta coram 
sereniss. rcge Carolo. Authore Tho. Vincent Londini^ 
1648. Four parts bound in a vol. small i2mo. c 

Coll£. La partie de chassc de Henri IV. Paris^ 

1766. DUMANIANT. Guerre Ouvcrtc. Paris, 1786. Rose 
et Colas. Paris, 1764. Charles ct Caroline, Paul et Vir- 
ginia. Paris, 1 79 1, four parts in i vol. 8vo. 



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Comes, Hieronymus. s. Hieronymus Alexan- 

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Comes, seu Comitum Natalis. s. Conti (N.) 

COMICI ANTIQUI. Vetustissimorum et sapientissi- 
morum Comicorum quinquaginta, quorum opera Integra 
non extant, sententiae quae supersunt : gr. et lat. collectae 
et secundum literas Graecorum in certos locos dispositae : 
accesserunt uniuscujusque poetae vitae . . , et Platonis frag- 
mentum de differentiis comoediarum . . . perjacobum Herte- 
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COMMANDING, Federico. In Planisphaerium Pto- 
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Liber de centro gravitatis solidorum. Bononice, 

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COMMELIN, Isaac. Histoire de la vie et actes me- 
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COMMERCIUM Epistoucum J. CoUins et alioruni. 
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COMPARINI, Lorenzo. Due comedie, cioi il Pellc- 
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Comparison between two Stages, s. Stage. 

COMPOSITA Verborum cum commento. Antiurpia^ 
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CoMTE, Louis Le. s. Le Comte (L.) 

CoNitus, Georgius. s. Cone (G.) 

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CONSTANTINOPLE. Voyage pittoresque de Con- 
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